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RVENINa BULLKflN, HONOLULU T. II.. WEDNESDAY, AI'IIII 17. 1907.
PulHTshect Etcrv Day Except Siimlny,
at IHO KIiik Strict Honolulu,
T II . I tlio
DULI.CTIN PtJBLI3HINO CO., LTD.'""'1 n""1,! U f,lr",f kuemu Hint they
I --.iiImii nro RttpiHcvili to hnu homo rpi
WALLACE R. FARRINOTON.. Editor
Entered at. Hie I'd i illleu at Hono
lulu an second elms matter -i
Payable In Advance.
J'rr inontli, ntiynhcre li U, Si.$ .7".
l'or quarter, uivwhoro In V. 3.. 2 00
I'er year, amwhfru In U. a.... S.oo
1'er car, postpaid. fort'lRii . . . . 11.00
Six months $ .no
l'or e.ir. unxnhoro In U. H.... l.nO
l'or year, postpaid, furelcu 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Fint Judicial Circuit.)
C. O. HOCKUS. lluslticssi Manaper
i.r the Iltillctln I'lililUliIni; Company,
Limited, lielnK Drat ilul sworn, on
onth deposes and Bns' Tlint the fcil
.owing l a true and correct state
ment of tlio circulation for the wc'i
ending Priilm. Apill t.'tli. llio". nf
tlu- Dally and Weekly Editions of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Saturday, Apr. 6 2G03
Monday, Apr. 3 2372
Tuesday. Apr. 9 2311
Wednesday, Apr. 10 2317
Thursday, Apr. 11 2330
Friday, Apr.-12 2320
Average daily circulation . . .2377
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin
Tuesday, Apr. 9. 1907 . . 2012
Number of weeklies delivered on
Island of Hawaii alone i . . 1140
Combined guaranteed average
circulation . . . . -iOSJ)
DULLETIN PUltLlSlIINO CO, LTD,
by C. (1. IIOCKUS,
SvuVxrlhed and sworn to bo-
fine tin- lliln I'-tli iln of
SEAL April. Anno Domini,
P. II. Dt'ItNETTE,
Votary Public, first Judicial Circuit
.APItIL 17. 1907
What has become of the Tax Com
Pass Ihe Primary law. It repie
sents a party piomlse ami piotetts
Extiolne follies Hint force IVderal
tontrol of sanitation may In the
(ouru of time bo olTeioi! lis blessings
If pa rt -pledges are made with the
rtsorwitlnn of imiselenee that the
may bo broken at nn time, w hut's
tlio nso of pari -pledges''
I .oh Angeles klekeis aie deMilIng
nil theii adveite iiimmi'Ut to the
Bleanuhlp III which thev tiuveled
They hac onl pleas.int things In
eny of Hawaii. And 'mas eei tlun-.
Was the attendance at the Mer
chants' Association meeting of es
tculay an Indication of the entliii
Mnsm among meicjintlle men mm
Iho pioposeil steamship linn between
Honolulu uud Los Angeles.'
Cuba's drought Is one of the Moss
ing in ellbgulbo that tlio prophet who
told of hlgher-pilced sugar did not
figure on This should bo a guaran
tee that four tents la not neeessailly
tlio top-notch limit for this season.
TIMETO CHECK. FOLLIES.
Tlio action of tlio United Slates
Marino Hospital Ben lie tills morn
ing ought lo hi lug winin peoplci of
the town nml fciimo legislators suIH
elently to their senses to enjoy a few
It Is well to lemember that Hawull
,inny go olf on us many Idiotic tan-
i.enls as it pleases, hut It must pa
tlio price on each ami eeiy occasion
In an Incre.ibod feollng of' distrust
among those lesponslhlo for keeping
tho" inclines of common o clear, uud
tlio mainland piotected from the nut
ural icsult of a eoniniunlty gouo dnft
In Its Indlffeienco lo modem science)
mid high nppieclatlnii of fakes ami
Tho Dullellu eloos not bcllcvo that
recent action taken by lepiesontu
les of the penplo has had any ell
lect influence on tlio I'ednial alllclnls.
Theso utile lals must considei oxuet
conditions nml bo guided by tlio com-num-bensei
oideis of tho National Do
partment bucked by ollltlnl bcnso of
It stands to rcabon, hnnover, that
us Federal otflrhils contemplatl) thu
lollies put on i pc old dm lug tho last
few wcoks, their senso of duty must
cfmso them to doubt tho stability of
IrVal Intelligence', and conseqiiontly
becoino moio strh t In tho enfciuo
liiont of redoiul regulntloiiH. To do
citTierwIsu would subject them to tlio
i hargo of serious and luoxcusahlu
Iwi't It about time for tho people
of this Tenltoiy lo lecalf tho fact
' tluft tho United States rloveinmont
mid tlio Aiucihaii penplo expect inoio
beiiBlhlo uetlnn'fiom Hawaii tlinu Is1
found In f eduction of funds for iciiu-
JbnltliiK ctiutnglouH (llsc'asea lelaiigei'-
ous tu commeice, mid' lit tlu b.tiui)
lime stninpeellliK In n wild rtup to
slorlfv lttM!iRlblc tliiRU'im anil
It the Imslness-niPtt of tlio clt
I linw not nli-n Rime crazy, It In nhout
i lime tlicj ullrred tlipniselios u lilt
rosonlntlim In nml home luimlilthu
ilon ftum tlic I.eKlHlatnre.
'. n -z n a
HAWAII AND "US"
ft .- V V tt W ii it
Il.os AllKi'N' Time
Etilei prises -of 'the l.ns AiiKh'
Cliiiinlier of Coinmeiii! Iin eei Ikcii
toted Tor hrlUGlOK results. Many of
i inlzatloiiB ot tills iinttnu ni famed
tin nanqiiPllUK olid tnlklUK and lionst-
ink. but never doliiR. It has been tlio
habit of tlio I.ofl Anceles Cluiliilier to
'set thero." With lepard tii Hawaii,
it Is not onl ii cami of theio and lucl.,
hut of nsMiraiifo that u sulntnnllnll
lluanred sluiinshl:i line between lia
AiiKclcs (San Prilro llnrlsir) and Ho
nolulu U llkeh to bo established ns
the tlrst-frult of Coinmodoie WIkkIiis's
'Mils Is n well loiihldei-ed and lorshiil
proji-ei llh nmdltlons ainil win
IjntillK 'lie ImoKtllH'llt and I'lliumh
Uuslni'i-s 111 slRUl to promise .cucei'ss.
The m'.i mute from Huiiohilii to Han
l'edio Is I lie short unite and the fa-
win-d one If properl Itiwto.! our
Mithmnl lumi'ieice with our Island
territory will follow this d licet Hue.
This tmllle is uli(iicl Kieat nml must
i;nm eiioimousl As for Southern
C.illlornln. the ll.iwiili.ins nied our
hu, grain, oranges, lemons and other
products mid we me huiiKO for their
trulls. The passenger trael In both
I'lU'ctloug is Incieaslng. The business
for the pmposed new steamer line Is
tlslble to the u.iUeil e)e
On such u rational ami s.illsf.ing
bisis this project fathered h our
('liaiiilier of I'ominene, must. It eems
to us, be a winner. In promoting thu
mierpilso ihe Chamber lias niailo unci
of Its gientesi strokes for Los Angeles
pud Sail l'edio llnrlior.
V XX XV A X It 11 x xx&nxxxv
HONOLULU WEATHER W
xx x x x x x x it x x x v if n n.
Temperatures a. in., f!9, ! n. in.,
71: 10 a. in., 7. iionu, "ii, morning
llnriimeter, S a. in, "0 07; absolute
humidity, s a. in., n.712 grains pel
cubic font lolatlui liumlilll). S u. m.,
hi per lent, dew point, S a. in., CI
Wind (', n. in., eloilty 2, dilution
E., S a. in . Ncloclly Ii, direction S.W.;
10 u in . M'lucltx 12, direction S.: noon,
elocily 11, dlHctlon S.
Hiilurall din lug 21 hours ended fv.u.
i..i. " "
m . o Inch
Total nluil moenient during 2 1
hours eifdcd m Iionu, 1117 miles
WM. U. HTOOKMAM,
Section Director. U. S. Weather tiureaii
NEW ORLEANS STARTS
ITS ANNUAL FIGHT
i (lulM'sleili, Tex, Mulch :!0 At
s- the meeilng of the Hoard of City
Comiuli'sloneis, Clt Health Of-
tlcei (' W. TliHhe'.iU Becuri'd per- -f
inUsInn "chi'lllm for litil bar-
tcls of trudu cuibollc arid for usi
during the comlilg s.immer. This
t in Id will bo one wciihiii with
which lo combat mnsiiultocs du
lug the warm weal her, and will
f- tilsu greatly assist In illmlnishlng
f the plnguo of house (lie's In tho
f- All u.U'iii3e of 1G0 barrels of
carbolic add Is required each
f year to light the mosquitoes, be- f
sides u largo amount of ciudo liei-
s osono, whlcli Is dlstrlhiited over
all open vulor that cannot be
drained, Tho pools of waler In t j
s gutlers aiu oxccllcmt breeding i .
-r places lor mosquitoes, mid thc-u f j
little pools, as well as all laiger -f
1- ones, nro tieated Willi ciudo oil,
f Dr Truehinrt biiB: "The con-
'" 'Honolulu H4it
Real Estate Dep't,
Ueretania Street $40.00
Nuuanu Valley $50.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Kin.iu Street $25.00
Pcnsacola Street $25.00
Iremacola Street $30.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Kansa Valley $30.00,
Thurston Avenue $100.
Wilder Avenue $45.00
Bargains in ica.1 estate.,
For a short time only, we offer a
I'ousc at the Peninsula, tot 100x150
House modern and well built, $3000.
Henri Watorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Corner Fort an-) Merchant Sts
c x t m i .
pnimn ... iiailAllSaIary Appropriation
FOUND IN MANOA Bill Passes Second
A Wslt lo College Hills In
Million will be enough to con
llici! J on tint It's the plaeu
where iii wish lo bliilil it
homo. UiIh are cheap and
lctlon steadily grows Hint Iho
cxlcriiiluatloii of the niosniillo
csnei'Iall) In lilies mid tonus,'
constitutes u most Important
function of the health department
1 Not only is the spiead of ellow
s foer pievenled, but the health
4 ami comfoit ot man and beast Is
glenll added to. That the piae-
tlcal uMei initiation of the mo-
-t mulln Is Impossible of iiccomp-
llnhment Is ulso recogulned. It Is
slmpl n iult of sstematle. per-
lsient and thorough sereenlng of
dsleriis. treallug villi ciirbolle
i arid all wnste water eesspools and
barrels, buckets ami oilier water
conlnllieis kept In the cotton
picsses along Iho wnterfiiint for
lire extlugulFhiug puiiioses."
SENTENGED TO )I
Wnll.n h. the cpiack dorlor, hasn't
got his et It Is still (im.Mg to him.
Ho wiis ordered to be In court this
uinrnliic; for sentence, but the sentence
was lint piououuied The motion to
arie-.t Judgment was argued and the
Judge denied It He (hen oideied Wal
huh to appear at U o'clock Saturdii
morning for sentence The motion for
n new trial will be argued at the same
SEE THOSE NEW
45 inches wide and in the following
Price $1.50 yd
The Meal Department ,
OPENS AT 0:30 a. ra. I
CLOSES AT 8 n. m. j
Accommodations for large parties
at a later hour may be arranged.
47th Day AfterniKin Session.
The work of the Houso yesterday nf
lernisin was mainly of u niutlno char
ncter nnd there was nothing that came
up to eaiu-o much debate. One- bill, the
hno lelatlug to tho location nnd estab
lishment or laundiles, was put through
Us mini leading and sent to the Semite.
Three new bills, n ciiiiciir&nt n'l "
Joint resolution were liitioduced. The)
Territorial halary Appropriation Dill
was reported from Conunlttio of the
Whole and iiasscd secouil reauing. a
lingo number of hills were icportcel
Irnui vniious committees.
Ulnmo Ilill 211. lelatlng to the locn-
tlnii of laundries, tho Intent of the bill
being tu-allow tlio election, under tlio
ules of the Hoard of Health of wash-
houses other than those owned by the
(lo eminent, passed third reading by II
Mile of 1C to 11.
SI'PEHVIHOItS MEETINGS. i
Senate Hill 37. changing the date ot
Superlsors meetings to tho first Wed
nesday after the llfth or each month.
met with strong opposition. Illcn
uioM'il to table the hill, hut the mo
tion wns. lost nnd Iho bill wus deferred
The follow lug bills came from the
Printing Committee nml weio carried
through second rending:
House) lllll :JI. to abolish the olllce
of Commlhsloner of Public Instruction.
Houso lllll 222, relating to mid
amending the statute regulating trust
House Hill 223. to limit the time with
in which actions for compensation for
damage or Injuiy to persons or prop
erty may be instituted.
House lllll 221, relulinc u regulating
tho business of Triors nnd horse-
TWO KISCAIi DILLS.
Two now bills were Intlocliired b)
Illcc nnd passed first reading "by title.
One relates lo Iho Registrar of I'uh-
lie ArmitntH. nuthnrlzlni; him In the
absence of tho 'efreasurer to cxciclso
tho 'lowers and uulhorlt of the latter
Tho other hill -authorizes the Trens
uier to aiipolnt IJscal agents to facil
itate the saleyfmrchnse mid ledemptlou
of Tciilliirlariiohds rind the pajinent
of Intereitt IliMPOn.
Castro Introduced n concurrent reso
lution to Ihe ofinct-thnt It Is the earn
est wish of the legislature that Coit
isi ess, either by special legislation or
by legislation thai would cmer all
similar ensos In tho Territory, shall
enact n law amending tho laws or Hie
Territory bo nk to giro to the Punch
bowl dwellers the right or purchase or
re-leaso or their land.
Tho tcbolutlnu wns adopted.
COIlPOltATIOM LAW COMMISSION.
Itawlliih Introduced a Joint resolu
tion culling upon tho (loveruor to ap
point ii coimulssluii ot three uiembeis
to tic Know ii as tun corporation itw
Commission, to examine and linestl
gato tho coipoiatlnn laws or tho Ter
iltory nnd consliler their legal opera
tion mid eifect, tho manner of their
enfm cement and general adaptlhlllty
with res.ncct lo existing conditions, nnd
consider wnjs and means for the re
lslon nml liuproveniciit ot snld laws
as mny be deemed advisable. The
Comuileslon shall make rejiort ot their
work to tho fimemor not lutcr than
July 1, 130S.
The resolution passed flist reading
It.iwlins Introduced a bill to pro
vide compensation for tho ubovo Com
Tho Judiciary Comniltteo recom
mended tho jassngc of House lllll D.l.
to provide exemption of the famll
.lomestcnd fiom rorced sule. The ic
ixiit wns udojitcd.
Tho same committee recommended
the tnjillng or House Hill 105, lelatlug
to Impeachment, on tho giouml that
thero should not bo n general appeal
(Continued on Pag IV.)
If so, you will be Inter
ested In looking over pur
complete stock of BABY
SUPPLIES. Just what Is
needed In Medicines, Trln
kets and Baby roods.
& Co., Ltd.
A CASE OF NERVOUS PROSTRATION
Relieved In a
Pe-ru-na Is a Systemic Catarrh
Especially Adapted to Cases of
Caused By Overwork, Mwital Strain
or Extreme- Summer Heat, .
N latitudes whero warm weather U
long'contlnimnco, tho Inhabitants
becoino moro or less nccintomed to it,
lu Tempcralo Zones, however, where
the chaago from winter to summer is
great, tho system Is sometimes poorly
prepared to meet tho exigencies of hot
weather. This Is tho cnuso uf much
Htomach catarrh, Indigestion andclys
pep.ila are not among tho least of sum
When tlio digestion Is disturbed, the
assimilation Is also
affected, and as A
result tho body does
not rocelvo tho
nourishment It should. Lassitude,
weakness, brain fag, loss ot Uesb and
nervous prostration are tho natural
What Is needed Is a remedy that will
restore the digestive organs to their
Such a remedy has been Mund In
I'eruna. It has proven Itself of great
value In thousands ot cases of this
lis action has been rcmarkablo at
times in restoring some patients who
had given up all hope of recovery.
Hut there Is nothing strange about
Periiua's action. It simply tones up
the mucous mem
them to tliolr
normal conditions and leaMng Nature
to perform her dutlos unhindered.
That person who lias sound, healthy
mucous membranes lining tho onttro
digestive tract Is well-guarded agalntt
tho usual summer ailments.
I'eruna Is the means whereby to at
tain Hilt mint desirable condition.
It you surfer from any ot tho above
mentioned symptoms, try a buttle of
Ono bottle of this remedy Is ofteu
suluclcnt to convince any ono of Its
merit as a safe and reliable romedy tor
fit catarrhal conditions.
Wo have many letters of gratitude re
ceived from persons who have expe
rienced Its bencllts.
Theso testimonials are proof to us
that I'eruna has not failed In tho mis
sion for which It was Intonded, that
of relieving suffering and restoring
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
runa Is for sate by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade
Smith & Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
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 FRICES
We have marked our Purses and
Pocketbooks and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
We have a nice line to select from.
1 FINE STATIONERY.
j CREPE PAPER, all shades.
, 6PORTINQ 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., Lid
I 71, 73, 75 KINO ST.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
1256 FORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
PHONE MAIN 17.
MR. P. BRIEN, S3 Third Street, Limollou, Quebec.
"Tho fatigues entailed by my duties as accountant began to weaken my
system about a year ago, 1 felt that I would not lung be nlde tu withstand
tho severe strain upon my nerves, as, a thing unknown to mo before, I would
long for offlco hours to bo over In order to ret,
"I gradually grew weaker and a few months later my sight w as Impaired.
I theiroroJte tfon-n completely and w as obliged to take to my bed. I w as also
MilTcrlng from palpitation ot tho heart.
"Aftoro fewweeks' treatment by a local physician, I was In Iho same
critical condition and as'tho doctor held out no great prospects for me, I de
cided to experiment on myself,
"I took several remedies advertised as Ionics, but did not derive any honollt.
"I'eruna wa then Riven n trial, and before I had taken It a week 1 felt my
condition Improving. Afloraiew weeks more had elapccd, during which
time I followed the directions caretuny,
eanic firmer, mv sight stronger and I
"Myexpectatlonswcro realized, for
accountant at Ihe oluce.
iPeruna ccrtalnlv worked won Jen
down from overwork, I liellove 11 Is Hie
Assistant tt or Correspondent Recom-jactsas
Mr II. II. Manlcy, Assistant War Cor
respondent during the War In China.
caro"IllacU and While," (isd Craig St.,
Montreal, Canada, writes:
"When a man travels In extremely
hot or cold climates, he realizes how
aluable a friend ho has If ho carries a
"I know of no article In my lra cling
outfit which 1 havo learned to praise
"If you are suffering with tho ex
tremo heat, I'eruna restores jmi, or if
youareallllctcd with a cold, la grippe
or bronchitis, I'eruna restores you in a
' "Or If you suffer with sleeplessness or
If ) our appetite Is poor, again l'uruua
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THE ONLY TROPICAL 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. BEVS. Mgr. .
A ilAftiA am a1 sW A In m aHa m iaii mt ns AitAntf ilitsaA itAAld ."
A uauic uu KUivai ui amnnutt
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IMPORTED AND ISLAND BRED.
FORT ABOVE HOTEL ST,
Tel. Main' 109
K X )( K H H 3 K R 3t M K K )C f K S
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n m a x k ;c x x xtx St usi x k ,
Theio will he u(eonceit liy thu HnjcJ
llnuuiliiu h.iuil nt Aula I'.uk ul 7 3u
i, in The piuKi.int fulluwu:
MmtH "Moliikainu" Hcikit
OmmIuic Tiench Cuinoil)" ... Ilclu
Wait-! "Ilc-ttiIiils,lfcc'So" . Mcislcr
Folcrtlon "Tho Tuiruilui". Mouckton
iVdciI Iluwnlluii 8uuK8.,ur, hy Ih-igfi'
Bclcctlcjn "Sunny BfiniM" ... Alfnnl
'Aliilnniil" anil A!i1ia Ihi' ..if;
." "ur. Iij llciKcr
Vliiiiln "Tlim SncchtlH" J'lillllii
The Slur Himniilcil Ihiuiii'i'."
my smiuereii ncrwius sjsiem oc
hoped lo lie out soon again,
lu three weeks I assumed mydullos a
on my system, and for persons run
a good, true friend nml i iho
"I hae tried It for months and am
only too glad to acknowledge' It as a
true, loyal standby in tlmesof trouble.
I do not hesltato to reeommend it to all."
Completely Hun Down I'c-ru-iu
Restored to Health.
Mrs. J.Colnoli.hol Notre Damo street,
Malsonneiire, Montreal, Can,, writes:
"Last winter I contracted nsoere
cold which affected my head and throat
so I had to take to my bed and could
not do my housework. A friend ad
vised me to get a bottle of Pcruiin, and
1 proenred a tmttlc. I felt better from
the start. I havo taken thriej bot'Jc
and am a new womsn. My daughter's
system was also completely run duwn
and after using I'eruiiu hu is ugalu tee
stored to health."
of which surrounds each bottle. Pc
in Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson,
u umisufa i;.ctjr uucu vyccm.
The Best Chronograph for the mon
ey In the world for sale by ,
M. R. Counter,
1142 FORT 6T. ,.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day. V
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