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KTiemNo Btn.i.rnj, honoi.oj.tj, t. jr.. Saturday, Amir, 20. 1907.
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P. II. nUHNETTE,
Votary rubllc, Plrst Judicial ClrculL
APRIL 20, 1907.
An additional stenmor, and n mod
cm one, for local trado should never
bo i, 1 1 owed to withdraw for want of
'(lovrnimcnts Monopolized by tho
few bnvo nlwajs been denounced ns
ulicarililcs." Judgo Urosscup of Chi
cago. Don't knock ! Juat remember that
u modern tdcamship Is what Honolulu
lias long been hogging for, and help
tho good cause, along.
Trcparntlons nude on nil Inlands
for tliu Congressmen make It liooltlio
that K they fall to have, a good time,
the fault will bo theirs.
Tin; undated resignation hill has
been killed Hut that docs nut make
a v It t no of the undated resignation
That San Krunclsto dologatlon anx
ious to visit Hawaii need no longer
lusltiito on uciount of a lack of trans
Governor Carter's veto calls to
mind tho amount of valuable tlmo it
Is MimetlmeH necessary to devoto to
llio pnundmaHter. Possibly tho Legls
latum hoped to raise tho standard of
May not ono or more of the. visiting
Congressmen favor Honolulu with n
ilproarlng campaign speech? Repub
lican nnd Democratic Congressmen
nro numbered In tho list, so honors
would bo even.
.Tapancso merchants nio said to be
contemplating nn Independent stc.im-
,Hhlp for Inter-Island service. It must
omo to this unless tho policy of
Americanizing Hawaii in fact gains
Mien membeis of Congress inquire
into the Wullach folly, membors of
tho Hoaid of Health will bo more es
teemed lu national circles than mem
beis of tho Legislature without cour
age of conviction,
There Is no danger of tho vote on
the prlmnry law being forgotten. As
u factor in political progress, tho til
led prlmnry Is In tho sumo class with
local self-govcrnmont. And tho pco
plo don't forget In tho long run.
Honokun citizens hnvo held an In
dignation meeting to offer a piotest
r.galnst the method of dealing with
tho loads. Tho illffeienee between
pi est nt and old (omlltlons la that thu
piotest will bring Home result. In
former dnH they kicked nnd kicked
and the same old load policy prevail
ed. . -.JLH
Such and such a hill "killed ho
cnuso tho Senate" did, or didn't, do
thus and so, Is a very commonly til
leged cnuso for tho action of the
House. Which might lend tho unini
tiated to believe thnt Hawaii Kilotm
take morn pleasuro In knocking than
in dovotlng time to consider thy real
meilts of ii uieasuie.
For months nny, cars, the peo
ple of Honolulu business-men nnd
others who talk much but never put
up the price have been calling for
one of the first-class liners from ono
of the through steamer routes. They
hao nlso asked for two steamships,
of modem build, with ample passen
ger capacity for the local route.
The decision of tho Oceanic Steam-
rlilp Company to plnco tho Slerrn on
the Honolulu run In connection with
tho Alameda Is a fulfillment of tho
Now, business-men of Honolulu,
now that jou have what ou have
been crying for, what nro you going
to do about It?
Tho Ilulletln trusts and believes
that tho community will give the lo
cal line such hearty suppoit thnt the
present plan will not only go beyond
the trial-period nnd become perma
nent, but will bo so successful thnt
tho staunch but somewhnt old-fashioned
Alameda will be replaced by
either tlio more modern Sonoma or
Ventura after It has been put In first
The ilulletln believes Hint the
Oceanic Company has been so closely
allied with the trade or those Islands
as to be entitled to support, for sen
timental icasons. Hut sentiment
will not go far, unless tho Oceanic
people deliver the goods In first-class
passenger accommodation and clock
work service. This the Company now
offers The allotment of the Siena
to this run furnishes Hawaii with am
ple and first-class passenger accom
modations. The Sierra has almost In
variably been on time.
The line Is therefore entitled to
History will be repented If some lo
ial authorities arise to criticise tho
Sierra. For some reason, Honolulu
never gets Just what It has been ask
ing for, that Boine person does not
come to the front with a complaint.
Wo do not admit that such individ
uals have much Influence, but beforo
they have a chance to got started.
this paper would suggest that tho
business-men of this city nnd every
person interested in tho growth of
the city, its mercantile and tourist
trade, do his utmost to make this lnt
est addition to the transportation fa
cllltles n permanent success.
There Is business enough here for
tho Alameda, tho Sierra and then
some. (She the freight to tho people
who carry tho passengers and be-
fnro many weeks nil lines thnt carry
fielght will see that tho passengers
arc looked after.
Authentic word hns been received
thnt tho American-Hawaiian lino will
put mi n fine passenger steamer tho
first of next year.
Tho more tho merrier.
With six months In which to do
vclop tourist trade and local fi eights
with first-rlass Oceanic ships, Mono
lulu should bo In position to fill tho
Oceanic steamers and tho American
Hawaiian steamers and then demand
moro to take care of tho increasing
Wo nro nwiiro that the pessimistic
ones will put this down ns too much
to expect of Honolulu. That't what
they said when tho work of tho Pro
motion Commlttco was first Btnrted
Hut tho Promotion Commlttco has
Ei cry first-class passenger boat put
on tho run between this port and any
commercial center of tho Pacific
Coast will mako good If tho people of
Honolulu glvo tho support which tho
bcncllts to bo derived fully warrant,
As regards tho I-os Angeles feature,
which has received much attention of
late. It will no doubt bo cared for,
now that additional steamers nro
This paper knows nothing nt the
Real Estate Dep't,
We offer for sale for a few days
a beautiful home on Manoa Heights
with all modern improvements. Splen
did marine and mountain view. Good
stables, shade and fruit trees. lot
150 x 200. A few minutes' walk from
car-line. Only $780.00 in cash re
quired. If you arc looking for a home at a
bargain, you cannot afford to miss
this chance. Call and see us before
it is too late.
Henry Walorhousa Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Corner Fort ani Merchant St
Sprcckcts' plans. It is obvious, how
ever, that they have glion up the at
tempt, to create foreign business whon
there Is bucIi excellent opportunity
for good return In the development of
our own country. The Spreckels no-
pear to have concluded to send their
boats where there arc passengers and
freight In reasonable prospect.
The trip of the Ohio proved pas
sengers nro to be had from Los An
geles, (llvo the pcoplo of that city a
boat of the Sierra typo nnd they
would have only pralso for their ship,
as well as for Hawaii. Los Angclca
can furnish passengers. Honolulu
cooperating with stcninshlp-owncis
can develop new routes.
Wo know enough of tho Oceanic
people and tho American-Hawaiian
line to bo free from worry whether
they nro fiy-by-nlght Institutions
looking for local patronage on b1io-
Mi lug propositions.
Our peoplo will create new busi
ness nnd bring nbnut the definite pro
gress so long hought, It they but sup
port oi cry movo of nu established lino
to Improve tho local passenger serv
Opportunity Is no longer lingering
In the lap of Indefinite piomlsc. It Is
here. WIdc-aivako business-men will
make tho most of it, so that Honolulu
may grow. They will give freight to
the Hues that give first-class local
Isn't It n bit peculiar that the prej
udiced hanlo has opposed the primary
law because of the alleged supremacy
It will glvo tho Hawaiian. And tho
prejudiced Hawaiian opposed it bo-
catiso soma said It would guarantee,
undue predominance of the hnolo?
Defeat was thus n victory for preju
dice, which fortunately has mighty
few victories In Hawaii nnd will liaio
less as tlmo goes on.
II HONOLULU WEATHER X
5i 3J S K H K X ;c 5t K K K 3t if '. V
Tcmpoiatuics C n. in., GS; 8 a. in.,
0: 10 a. in., 72; noon, 73; morning
Hnromcter. 8 a. m.. 30 01: absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., l.nsn grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
CS per cent; dciv point, 8 n. m S3.
wind 0 n. m., velocity 20, direction
N. 12.; 8 a. m., velocity 19, direction N.
E ; 10 n. in., velocity 1!, direction N.
E : noon, velocity 18, direction N. 11
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., 0 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, M0 miles.
WM. B. BTOCKMAN.
Section Director. U. S. Weather Bureau.
MASONIC BITES TOR
Tho mystery surrounding tho death
of William White has not been clear
ed up jet. Mr. Whlto was not a
drinking mnn hut of u sober nnd In
dustrious nature. A carpenter by
profession mid many testimonials cf
tho cunning of his hands In that ait
can bo found about tho city.
Mr. White was an old and much re
spected Mnsnn, having belonged to
Hawaiian Lodgo No. 21 for many
years and alwajs exhibited enthusi
asm In lodgo work.
At the tlmo of his accidental death
ho was In tho neighborhood of 70
ears of ago.
Tho funeral will tako placo today
nt .1 p. in. from tho Masonic Temple,
under tho auspices of tho Hawaiian
Iodgo No. 21 with full Masonic rites.
Tho Catholic Church of St. John,
the Baptist, Kallhlwaonn, lu ihnigo
of Uov. Knthor Clement. Tomorrow,
April 21st, 190": S::ir n. m., high
mass, sermon, collection, Sundny
bihool, Feast of tho patronage of
St. Joseph; I p. in., Ilosnry.
Have YOU been waiting for a pair of
We have them now; the KAYSER
GLOVES, the kind that wear.
Wc have the 20-button length in
Black and White, and the 16-button
length in Black, White nnd Colois.
We also have a full line of short
gloves in both Silk and Lisle in Black
White and Colors.
Senators Enjoy Joke Put
Up On License
GOth Day Aftcrnou Session.
Tho Wavs nnd Means Committee re
ported on Senate Hill S3, relating to
tho disposition of ruiidit uerivcu uy
the sale of Improvements oh public
lands, recommending that It be tabled,
ns the BUbJcet of the bill wus covcreil
by tho sinking fund bill. Adopted.
Sennle Hill 0, providing that all
persons cmplojcd by the government
must be citizens, wns returned from
tho House with an amendment strik
ing out tho word "reasonable" from
the provision that uou-cltlzens could
be employed ns Interpreters wherever
It was not icaconably practicable to
securo citizens. Coelho moved to con
cur. Smith opposed It. Tho motion
was lost by a votu of 5 njes to noes.
The president appointed Smith, Knud
ten und Coelho as n confeicucc, com
mittee. DILI. rNlNTKLLiaiHLE.
Hewitt reported Iloute Hill 211, the
show llcenso bill, compltttnlug that It
wns unintelligible. The House amend
ments nppeaied rather uncertain lu
their natuio. The Senate went Into a
committee of the whole, .loo Cohen
was called on to explain tho situation.
Ho Bald that he had paid $ n perfoim
nnce, and this was loo much in addi
tion to the other handicaps which tho
local show business had to contend
with. He though fGO a oar would be
inoimli. He explained that the House
had voted for SCO. a mouth, thinking
that It was voting for JC0 a cnr
"Somebody Jobbed the House," Bald
Cohen, unit tho Senators chuckled.
31IOW LICILNSi: CUT
Bishop moved to make tho llcenro
$150 a eur, or $5 for n single show.
I 111) semen nmcnucu in iiiui.u u iu u
j car. Illshop acceplcii ino niiiuuu-
incut. Smith moved to niuke It llw.
llnyselden's motion carried.
Chllllncworth wnnled to know If tho
cutting down of the llionsu paid for
the baseball games. Tlio uaseuau mcu
had been very hnrd up and could bald
ly afford to pay. He was Informed that
the games were nlwi benefited.
Tho County Committee icported on
tho lcFolutlun by tho Maul Supervisor
asking for tho approval of tho f 110,000
bond Issue of Maul, iccommeiidltig us
Orus Oreeii petitioned, through
Coelho, for u chniigo to the automo
bile tnx. Referred to the YU)H and
Tho Sctm'to took a lecess until 7:30
p. m., tho idea being that numerous
bills would como bark fiom tho House,
which could bo acted on and sent to
tho (Inventor In tlmo to anticipate the
pocket veto. There was, however, very
llttlo doing, tho 1 lyase having failed tu
correspond to tho Senate's movo.
The Wns and Means Coiumlltco re
ported on the UMChcrs' pension bill js
"That they ha had tho bill under
careful consideration and although tlio
bill Is not all that tli'j would like It to
be, still considerable attention has been
given to It b ItH trainers and they
claim that It will bo u distinct advamo
for tho Educational profession of this
Territory and therefore we recommend
thnt the bill pass."
Dovvsctt will bring lu a minority re
port on this bill.
Senuto Hill 101, tho bill posting bill,
ci mo back ficjm tho House with an
amendment In which tho Senate con
Representative Keoitll was not lu
Ills scat In the House this morning,
nnd n communication from lilm tend
by tho Speaker, explained tho cnuso
of his nliscnce. Ho nsked to bo ex
i used on uciount of tho death of his
son Wlllhim nt 9 o'clock last night.
Tho Speaker appointed u commlt
tco consisting of Kuleo, Ktilunu und
Kiihanii to represent tho House nt
thu f unci ul and to tender to tho be
reaved member tho sympathy of the
i O . m - at
FOUND IN MANOA
A visit to College Hills lu
Manoa will bo enough to con
vince jou tint It's thu plnco
wheio you wish to build u
home. I.otB nro cheap mid
I " ,T
WE CANNOT SAY TOO MUCH
These Women Say, in Substance, That Beforo
They Took Pe-ru-na They Were Miserable.
They Were Weak and Wretched,
After Taking Pe-ru-na They Were Restored to
Health and Usefulness.
This Is the Whole Story In a Nutshell.
If Pe-ru-na Can Do Such Wonders For These
Women It Can Do the Same For You,
: The housewife is the one ! - P &x!i! II , SlSlSWfeS jh
: who is.bcst able to judge of:: vT ; if
the relative merits of family ' ymM&mlZJM' fi AHDl S
: medicines. It is she that Z&XWW mM-WU J
L-nmirc Mia mnnti ticnc t Pa . jSvBK. IhL SSi - t
runa in tho fam'ly. It is: mi$ HK ? s Mrff'
chiefly depends the popu-' e;ff kBfevPf llfWffffflriu
larity which Peruna enjoys. lljlllM'rJIsM v MiM'Pilfllll
mfammt KxsmSZ, iPy
Stronger Than for Years.
"I am fooling qulto well now. I can
work ngalu and um stronger than 1 havo
been for cars, and 1 do bellcvo that
"I am very thankful to you for your
advice. 1 will ad Iso all 1 can lu take
For special directions everyono should read "The Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa Is for sale by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade in Honolulu, Hawaii: Denton,
Smith & Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, Havalt.
t. j. i . .
Bookings will be re
for the Steamship
Leaving Honolulu for
W. G, Irwin & Go.
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 KINO ST.
Js-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Pc-ru-na Gave Health.
Mr. A. H.StoulTcr, Capiomn,
"I'eruna has given mo health
and strength ; It Is tlio best medi
cine that was over niado for
women. My friends say they
never saw such a chango lu n
woman. I talk to every ono
about I'eruna. I cannot say too
much for It."
A Remedy For Women.
Itlssnfeto say that wo havo
thousands of letters written to
Dr. Hartmau from women who
repeat tho same sentiment to bo
found In Mrs, Btouffer's testi
monial: "My friends say they
never saw such a chango In a
woman." Over and over again this
sentence Is penned by grateful women
who nro moro than willing that wo
should uso their words to assist other
suffering women In finding Retire.
I'eruna Is u great medicine for vomon.
It cleanses tho inside of tho body In
much the same way that water cleautes
the outsido of tho body.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
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 PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served Ameiican or European plan.
It. BEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three weeks.
costs but a very little more
than yon used to pay for plat
cdware, but it will last a
We have a largo stock of
all the late patterns.
NEW YORK PRICES
Tim schooner Levi U Woodhun has
boon sold to Sail Tiam-lsco pintles und
will lento for the Coast din lot; thu
coming ivti'K Her lalo owner, Ciipt.
Hauls, will ship n new- Mtindaj to
lake tint iltttu K'liooni'i to tho Coast,
ivhcio ho will litrn hei oier lo her
new owiiPta. Tho Woodhurj has been
III tho tiudo between tho IsUuiiIh furl
many jrniH mid will ho another of the'
licet of schooners which baa loft hcio
111 tho I.1M tear. Tim Inter-MUnil I
f!eami.lili Co .wiiis to ho dilvliiK the'
small liualu out id biipnosn mid, tin I
they can command IiIe.Ii prlcea on tho1
I'tiaM ut piuM-nt, they aio beini; sold'
Ii llicli OWIK'13.
Mrs. V.. T. (laddls, Marlon,
"Ileforo 1 commented to
lake Perutm I could not ito
any hard work without suf
fering great pain. 1 took
I'eruna and M.inalln,and can
lay Willi pleasure they havo
done more for me than any
othet medlclno I b.no ever
taken. Now 1 am as well a
ever, 1 do all mv own work
and It never hurts meat all 1
think I'eruna Isn great tin-ill-lue
I rotn Grateful Women.
"1 was troubled w till suppressed
and painful menstruation. 1 look
rernna according to join directions,
and now I am welt." Mrs. James lZlgli
mey, tlrape, Mich.
"We liave been using I'etum for somo
time. Tospeak rromasiandpolntof ex
perience I ciu caudldlj sny that I'eruna
la tho remedy for female weakness.
"1'rom a personal test and f nun thu
testimony of many others 1 shall not
hesltnto to recommend II, especially m
all suffcrm,; women." Mrs. M. V.
Jones, Horning Springs, K.
"I suffered from
catarrh for many
years, tint since
taking l'eiuna 1
feel strung and well. A I ued IVruna
and Mamltn whlto I was passing
through the change of life, 1 am posi
tively convinced jour t'cnoflclul rume
dies have relieved um of all my Ills,"
Mrs.Mathlldu lllchter, Doniphan, Nib.
"I suffered with pelvic catarrh until I
wrototo I)r, llartman,nnd after taking
treatment ns ho adv Ised, 1 can say I am
cured of this most trjlng nillletlon, for
which I am truly thankful. I never lilt
lietter In my llfothan I do at ptoo!H."
Mrs. I'.tti Hooker, lluiiduni, Sajk,
The Best Chronograph for the morv
ny In the worjd for sale by
M. R. Counter,
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