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KViCMNO i'.UI.Li:ritN, IIO.IUMfi.U T. It, FRIDAY, APRIL .. 11)07.
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APKII. 2. lW'i.
Detailed Inform itiim Indlcite-i that
the Sierra will b, i iinnent If up
Iorted. Honolulu Itm vs what to '!:.
Times do ilunge when elrcum
tancs put S'iiator Chllllugwortli tn
the position of ardeutl defending
1 the Aillnllllsl, atliin
ni , j i1 i
Honolulu slimild stli itself on prep
rrntlons for t'ie Congiesslonui visit
ors. There li little enough tlmo for
a ronimitten to uri.inge n program,
uiuooth riinulng In every pnitleul.ir.
Honolulu stnits a season of ama
teur and professional theatricals that
njieneil auspiciously, nnd promises
well. It In no loflectlon on the pro
fessionals to state that the umateurs
are inlghtv good.
'TIs said that Harney Jo.,'s wild
pitching lost a game with a sioro
two lo one against. If that's nil tlu
ran ra ngiilnst llarne.v. he's made
(;i:od nlieady, and such, pitchers aru
much In demand.
Crcnt navies of the win Id tiro as
utmhlcd toiho "t Jiiiiiestown tu do
honor to the American nation. If
Congress provides funds for the ships
Hint's what thov will continue to do
for J ears to come
SCHIOL OSB MONEY.
(iotornor Outer's timely reminder
of (ha uciesslt) for remembering the
importance of school-houses soenis to
have had a proiupt effect In the tower
house. .May iiuiiliiiied good sense ii
teml throughout tho course of the
bll which provides sut'lcienl fundi
for tho growing demands of the
It Is iliincuii. to point out -at t lit
ttnge of legislative progress the e
nct items whii li shoulll huvo been put
iitldo for unolhor seuson In order th.it
tbo school-houses might be built, nn I
His appropi Intions still come within
the. estimated limit of income. There
can be no doubt, however, thnt the
.chool-houseB uie needed and it must
be generally admitted that they In
volve expenditures piupcily taken
fiom louu funds, ir current funds In
Ilcpictculath, Kalclopu 80CII1S to
"have set ihe bull lolling In tho right
direction this morning. Let tbo good
uoili go on.
COMMON SENSE AND UIVIL1ZATJ0N
PUT TO TEST.
Tho term of Di .1 T Wnjmiii hh
t. miuiiher of the Hoard of Health ex
pires pluvious to the adjournment of
Should the Governor reuppolut Dr.
Wnjson, as he may well be oxpeete I
tn do, tho action of the Senate would
tlcmousirato before this community
mill tbo Intelligent American public
cbether membnra of the upper legis
lative llouso will allow tho ouleiy
lor an admitted fakir to Influence
their vote nilrenely when doulln
with u reputublo nnd compel out phy
sician. I( lias been Intimated that tho Sen
ators mlglil, if Dr. WiiBon wciro-
igitlnst; nllowliig'triqunch to "prnc-,
Hm ' un voluntary patients from the
li per settlement.
ir t III should prow true, what nti
exhibition I Mr Legislature would
iake to the rlvlllsoil world! Uproar-,
touttly upholdlug a quark anil turning
down n pliMilrlnn who stands high I
ni homo mid Is favorably hnown I
;,inong the lentlois of 111 .profession
Such a situation heeds mi further
iirniiieiii among men wlio understand
the dullo of Intelligent tlttzcushlp.
Ktllloi Kvonlng Ilulliiln The
'school of wlili li I am about to spell,
is at llaou. Iliin.i M.iul. a:,il about
half Wiiv bitwren ll.in.i and Klp.ihu-
I In Por the lust two veal's tills
j school ll.iH been managed hj two
voting ladles, tl.e Misses Andersons,
, v, ho lime both lived heie with their .
( mother "
When these two voting ladles came i
here to ll.ioti. there whs linrdly any- .... ,
bin left but a lot of rnw mntcilnl lllR tluoiiRli bis lint, let them send ii
ih.it ht.fl to be moulded Into shape. , uilnMe ,lprMI ,, )lcrPi mnU, ,.
In ..the.- words, the school had been i ligation, and verify these state
badl.v handleit and It bad gone 1" nionts.
I,r'"- I, for one. think It about time thnt
These two young Indies, through ollr ,)rc,pnl legislature take the
,hnrd worK. have brought this srhool ,,, , ,,,, ,, try ,, nmcni, ,,,
up to n standard that will eompnre , .,,, )awgi inaugurate local llomN
favorably with any Institution of I ()f i;,Pal1)n f,. Pr., Mln,, ,i
.learning on the Island nf Maul, not , ,,,,,. ,, t wI ho folmi, ,lat M1no
I only In the various branebes of lhof 1M ,.,,.,. farmers ,! r-.-ittln
Kngiish language, but In Manners,
singing, and also sewing.
About Inn months ago, for reasons
led known to themselves the ladled
In qucstloji saw nt to rrdgn, nnd, ut
they were not eontraet lnborerB, the
I Mm nl bad to neeepl their resigna
tions ihii giving the Iloaid ample
'line to I'i'h iiiound filr n couple of
Mill ibl iHiieheis to eonie out here
land till the xaeatiry 4fter lllt-.
allMng bark and forth nil this time1.,.. .,..,.., ,)...... .... ,....,,,. ...,..
lliey iiiiisi iiiivu riniiu lo inu iiiliciu-
slon- Oh. wwil. Ilnnn. till, jes: you
Lnow where It Is, way out there In
liana. Mnul, nett lo the dropplng-otfi
place, near KauK). which Is the llm-i
"There Is nollitiii; but n lot of Kn-1
nak'is living Itiercwlio barely exist
on raising " few pigs nnd Bwcet po -
"Send them nny old thing, any
old stltl will do. They wont know
the dlfferenrfUU, r ,
All. Ves! but I n-n one of these
r-une iaiuiKas oi ine eon. nun nine
Ithlblren. loo. und this Is Just the
quet Hon that 1 wuut to raise.
Ariel two mini jeai-s ot ierever
mce alii hartl work by Hio young In-1
lilies In question, ilnd tho school look-,
nits like n new-blown roae Just bun-
igerlng for more (duo) knowledge.
j along cotnoa the death warrant! Mon-,
ilay morning this same llaou choc.
was open nd up by two native teacb-
Uis. uolther of Ihem having niiv ex-
I Krlenre in school woik, nnd to back
up my statements 1 am willing to wi-
i ger my life ugaluit a dollar of in-
luilj's iunue that If an examlmitlon
was to bo held tonionow between tho
I pupils mid the pretent bet of to.icli-, pimippu, stcnil or llauu. in or
ers tho llnou pupils will double d s-(,(,r ,( Ke(1J1 10 M.,OTl ,. It ,)PPamo
count thorn, nnd Mill put them In tho ne,.pwal.y , lMi0 ,,ie best aviillablo
r1""'0' . Ininteilal. Cow-piincher's views on
I ...n... I.. I .....(. ...I...I lu 11... Itln,n.
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lug of this bare-faced Imposition?
Wlint Is the use, if having n Hoard
of IMuentlon? These Insiicctora who
inooi niounii ami or.iw nil salaries; ;
What Is tho iibo or nil this silly
"Ood bless our liojues!" What aro
we com'lng to next?
li niiv of these wise gentlemen
Who loifili.ilo Ihe Iloird of IMuca-
inn tliinl that this Knnnl.n Is talk-
rav r . , ,,
ilea! Estate Dep't,!
Wc oiler for sale for n few dajs
I a beautiful home on Hanoa HciKhts
I with all modern improvements, Splcn
J did marine and mountain view. Good
stables, shade and fruit trees. Lot
350 x 200. A few minutes' walk from
car-line. Only $700.00 in ca3h re
quired. If you arc looking for a home at a
bargain, you cannot afford to miss
this chance. Call and tec us before
it is too late.
Henry Watartiouso Trust Go,. ItJ,,
Corner Fort an1 Merchant Sts
TSfEttokT COMPANY., t '
TRENT & co.
To Let Furnished
.1 lieiliootu house In Mnklkl
distilct, mosquito proof, gas,
completely furnished J35.00.
At WnlkJJI, r, bedrooms $H0.
I bedroom limine In tow n, cor
ner King and Hlchnrds streets,
completely furnished. 12very
thins In best of rondlllon.
Small collage In rear. Also
torv ante' quarters. JG5.00.
RENT & CO.
-niiebers will be better nble to man
age our own nffiiliH than to take
any old thing that comes along slni
pl lieeiiuse we belong to the country
Our Maul Ito.ud of Siiperisors
shoiitd hae Inserted In the Loan bill
lor Maul County n Normal School,
nnd Maul tan then turn out lis own
'Oh. Klpahulti Joseph! the boy
Hh ( (oal ()f nmny vomf wllp.;,
I, on to raising the salaries of janl
tors In Honolulu. It Is teachers we
want nl "llaou" and not llgute
heads. If Ibis present school management
of llnou Is to remain, then I would
Klrougly nihlsc Mr. HabhllL while en-
'ollni Jits niMcb-earneil vncntlnn fit
, KtKilnupoko. o.ihu, lo lassoo' one of
I those Kona nlgbtlng.iles and send It
I ,,. ,,v ho m.x Call(,ne (o ,mr
M.ll0((1 )u.rp M, we cnll lmvo
itlneo - Of a kind.
TIllIIl.,IIK 0 fr Jimr valuable
,hii.-ir. ii ml linulni? Hint 1 wilt ntt
,n m.,..lsl(m tu )(,t)lcr nBII for
TIl(, IlUy s 11t lcro aro ,1()t
I morc ,., 11)0 tlle cowlllncIcr ,f
,,,, .,, nm,rcclnteiI R()01 tceh-
inp -,,,...,,.,.,...,,,,,..,, .....
tho best. The llaou school has re
tctved mole attention from tho
Hoard of IMucalton than lesults In
leaeheis ni.iy Indicate. The school
w.iH offered to a man ami his wife,
both expel lenccd teachers, but at t'.io
last minute they elected lo go to tho
lociiT Hoards of IMucntioii ale very
.,, , , ,,,, ,, f , ,-(1r,.
, ,,,. w) ,,.,, ,,, )lmily ,.
' ,.lpoi, ,lh1 ,,, ,,.,,,,,,, lllmlKh
limited lu power, will bo supplied.
,.,,,. ,. ,
WATKItllOUSIJ-In this city, April 2(1,
PJ07. to the wllo of K. C. Wutcrhotlse,
iu rUui 1 1 ni.iunnia
Have YOU been waiting for a pair of
Wc have them now; the KAYSER
GLOVES, the kind that wear.
Wc have the 20-button length in
Black and White, and the lG-button
length in Slack, White and Colors.
We also have a full line of short
nloves in both Silk and Lisle in Black
White and Colors.
' Tho N'tiunnu dam reports will
probably be the principal matter to
1 nine up in the Senate this afternoon.
'it U expected by many Hint the Chll
MiiKwoitli lnlnorlt) report, which
1 lecommenils that work on the dam
go tight on, will earn, principally
because the recnnuuendntlons of the
Hughes' majority leporl uppentH to
be Impracticable. These piovldo that
the picrcnt dam contrart bo can
celled and that new lenders be called
for It Is leasonably certain that
Contractor Wlittohouse would light
the cancellation lo the Inst it It oil, so
that probably several jears would
ellipse befoio nti.nlilnR could be douo
ut nil. II Is until that there are not
a few members of the llousn who
lenllze this, nnd thnt there Is ii good
chnntc of the Cbllltngworth repoits
being adopted by the House.
KxsR!i Jt n ;. a it r, hkv xn
i: HONOLULU WEATHER V
r. ;t K )t K K it K X K it K J -' U K
Teliipeintures C a. m, (IS; S a. 111.,
CI; 10 a. m 7,1; noon, 75; morning
ikuuimtcr, S n. in., 30.01; nbsoliitH
!itimlilll.. 8 n. in., n.413 grains per
cubic foot; relative, humidity, $ n. in,
S3 per tent; dew point, 8 a. m., HI.
Wind 0 a. tn., eloclty 3. direction
i: ; S ii. in., velocity S. direction N. i:.;
10 a. tn., eloeltj fi, direction II; noon,
vcloclt 12, dliectton N II.
Halnfnll during 21 hours ended S a.
Total wind movement during 2'
hours ended al noon, 201) miles.
Wit. 11. SIOCK.MA.S.
Section Director. IJ. S. Weather uureau
K K )( V Jt 5C ii SU
t C it V X.
V BAND CONCERT Jt
I !i it H)it H t Jt )i ;t n K ii )t . it
The band wilt ghc an exllii iiioon
ilghl concert u Aala Pnik tonight
eomuieticlug ill. 7:,'!0. Pnigrani fol
lows: PART I.
.Man h "The IbJo of Iive" Llnkc
llvnt'l t,,.. ,VVt.,liii,t" Iliiltlnutin
1 tiitcriiux7.o "CliprtV Albeit'
iSVlectlon "Atacrlcnn Airs". Contemn
Voial Hawaiian Songs, ar. b llerger
i:xltn ".Mimin'ti'Chlceae Twills" (by
Selection "The Stnr" .... O'llnre
lnter?iiC7So "(loldcn Hod" McKlnley
l'lnalt-"Moimt UnnriP (by request)
THE SECRETES OUT
Pses ut I' pcttrltcrs, inofo especially
young ladles, suffer rrMij perspiring
liandj In hot went her. The following
Is a safe nnd pleasant remedy, used
successfully by a certain oimg lady In
town, who seems a li 1 1 lo backward
ubmil giving the secret uwiiy to her
Klght grains of tannic acid in four
ouutes of good cologne. Pour n little
on the hands after u good bathing wllh
roan, wanu water, nnd rluslu.l In cold.
Ivcco u small fhumcl b.ie nileil with
Iponileieil staich near at hand and rub
It over the hands often dm tug tho
GOOD WORD FOR HAWAII
The following appears In tho S. F.
Chiotilcle or Apt II HOi
Onlng lo the demand for additional
titanisiup ueiviru to tue Hawaiian is-t
lauds, It mis been decided lo pliao the;
H S. Siena un the local Honolulu mill
nnd h)c will sail fioiu San Fiauclscol
on outward vo.vage, April ".01 It. ut 11
n. m. Tills will give IIoiiuliilu two
local steamers thu Alnmeil.t and tho
Sltna. Tiie.e frequent local railings
vlll give passengers llboial choice as
to dates lo make this delightful trip
lo tho Islauiis, the giamlest spot of
all on the Hound tho World tour.
HONOLULU TO GET'
(Continued from Page 2)
It ought to v completed, hut to dlilu t
want to vole on it until nflcr tin repot t
on the dar.i had bech taken up. The
matter was poljiuned until this uttei-
The. Spnakif mad? anxious lnqulij ,
about the minority it put of the Jaiui
committer. Thuro vvtt'i no atihwcr, .mil '
ho said muybo It win do: prnscuted be-1
cause no one wanted It pieseutcd. j
TWO MORi: VUTOKS.
A message fiom the (imeni'ir wn3
ictelvcd slating that ho would not
r.lgn Shchlon'R pel iiicubitic. House L1III J
HH, ajiproprl.UI tig 15,000 for lepalilng
Die stone inibunkment ot the Wniinci1
liver. Aetloi. ilcfciied. .
The (iiiviruor also vetoed .Semite Hill
106, .ippioprkitlng ?M,000 for tho pros-1
ervntloii or the icmalus ot Ihe old i
kings and chlcfii of Hawaii.
MINORITY D,M RICPOUT. '
Rico presemed tho inlnorlty lepoil!
of Ihe dam lummltlce.
KaV'PU wanted tu know what was
what I'lie mlnoilty lapoit recom
mends Jl;il',oiiu for iho lompletlon of
the dam, and the other report iccom- I
Rice stated Hint theio Is $31,000 lclt
unnxpemltd, nqd this In addition lo tho
tllll'.mjri would muko the SIVU.OOO.
'rhc icptiit of tho commitlea and the
dam matter vverc dcfeircd until utter-1
Tho House will have Its jilctnic tnU
eu this afternoon I
I The DUGINE3S MAN'S HANDY IN-
, DEX, published In the Saturday flullo
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
mrtr anrt iAmn!ta -AttTitviA a ill lm-
hviiwish HIIU VMIiyiVtS UIII V 011 W
gr.l notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin.
7fTti per month, Weekly Bulletin,
SI per 'year.
oEllT HE I
; m is ftti
Will Take T. V. Halsey
Back To San
Among tbo passengers to nrrlvc
this morning on the Alnmcda Is 0.
IJ. Horns, of the United Stales Secret
Service. He is down here to meet
the China when she arrives from the
Orient Willi Theodore V. Ilnlscy, the
Kneral ngciit of the Pacific Stnt?s
Telephone nnd Telegraph Ow on
board. Hnlscy Is charged with brlb
ll.g the San Kranclsco Hoard" .of 9u
pcnlsors to refuse to giant a frnn
tbtso to the Home Telephone Co. In
Hint city. There aro about 20 In
iMrtmcntn against him which wcro
found by the Oinnd Jury nnd which
icstiltcd in his arrest In Manila, IIj
Is being brought to this city under
the rhnrgo of Cnpt. Trowbridge, tbo
head of the Secret Scrvlco Depart
ment in Manila.
In sneaking of Ihe situation tu San
Piiinclsco, Detective Hums said:
"We have got things moving pret
t fast up there Just now nnd when
1 left the (irnnd Jury wits taking up
the matter of Indictments ng.ilnst
the Home Tclephono Co. officials. I
believe that wo have nn open nnd
f hut case against both Halsey nnd I
l.ouU (ilnss, the vlco president of Hie
Pacific Stiles Telephone Co., and
there will be many others, who lire
high up In business, who will be in
dlilcd befoio the end comes.
"Mis. Ilnlscy came down on the
Alameda to' meet her husband nnd !
will go back wllh us on the China.
She lakes the case In n very mini
manner indeed and appears to think
that her husband will get out of the
trouble nil right.
"1 tun gtnd lo have n cliuncc to sec
Honolulu nnd have met one of my old
fi lends here. It. II. Taylor, who Is
working In connection with ouf
l'iiltd States Marshal. He and 1
aic old pals and have worked togeth
er many times "
Hums Is u son of V. J. Hums, pro
bably tbu best known detcctlvo In ,
the United States at present. It was
through bis work that tho land
ft ami cases In Oregon wcro brought
to n successful finish and resulted In
the fonvtctton of ntnny men tn high
positions. Senator Mitchell of Ore
gon being mining those convicted. Ho
now has cbargo of unearthing evi
dence In th'e graft charges In Sim
I lanclscii and thiougli his work It Is
expected that Mil) or Schinllz nnd
Abo liuef. ns well as many lesser po
litical lights, will bo placed behind
BILL TO ABOLISH
Semite Hill U, tho famous meiisuie
which piovided for the wholesale
slaughter of tho Hoard of (Munition
and gave all Its powers to tho Super
intendent, died an Ignoble death bv
suicide this morning.
When tho bill was llrsl liilioduced It
(tciitcil n coiislticitililo stir, coining as
It did Immcillnlclv after the Mlra
Dudley Inildcnt. It wns generally li'
llcveil lu Iho legislative halls Hint Sup
eiliilendent llabbllt. even If ho were
not Iho father of tho bill, was at least
a veiy close iclatlve. although llabbllt
denlsd that be had tiny hand lu It.
However, for dajs mid days nothing
was heaul of tho bill, which was'
slumbering lu the hands of the Sennto(
IMiicatlnu Cunimlttee, vvlicto 11 was
presumably destined In n natural death, i
Today Huysolden. tho father of tho
bill, called for his child. It was deliv
ered up without opposition, but every
one looked for Interesting develop
ments, lu this they vvero disappointed '
Ilavscldcti quietly and without oxpla-1
nation, moved to labln tho bill, and
Ihe mi very much radical measure, ,
passed apparently unmourncd Into a
50 1 GENT Bill
Ooveinor Carter has wnt lo tho leg
islature tho following messngo velolrg
Houto Hill 21.1:
This Hill provides: Unit "fifty per cent
of tho total amount of poll und school
taxes und tnxei on propel ty and In-J
come and all license fees obtained for
licenses granted to operate In ruch j
county" shall bo paid lo tbo t-ountlcb. I
Tho (Jovernor taya tho phrnso quot
ed la not as clcarlj expressed ns It
should be, and would uiohithly ho eon
slrued lo mean fifty por tent of tho
specific.) taxes ami one hundred per
toil of tho license fees. w
A fuctlicr objection appears In the i
phrase quoted, from tho furt that tho
winds 'collected lu each county," now
appealing lu tho statute as showing
what lice arc lo bo divided, are omit
ted fiom this bill, mi that It Is bit
doubtf' l whether it liAthe taxes col
lected In each iiiuuty or tho taxes a.
hessed In each county that uio to L-
The Iloaid ol Hnpcivi ,oih will hold
a levillur iieeilng at 7 'M n'cloi.k lo-nlghl.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals served out of doors on large serai-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
APRIL. 26, 1907
Consomme u la
Royal Kumii H.itile in llcarro
tlrccn Corn on Cob
Assorted Fruit Nuls and Italslns
Itoqtlefort Cheese American Cheese
Tea lll.ick, (ireen or Kngllsh HreaUfnst
Dishes not on Hill of Faro charged extra. 2f cents extra scrvlco
will bo charged for single portion served for two. Hours, 0 to S. Special
Mint Julep, 2flc.
H. LEWS. Met.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three weeks.
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
1 Rich and Alellow
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
S02-0O1 NUUANU 8TREET.
of a fine watch should not be
left to incompetent mechan
ics. Many Timepieces are
ruined by unskilled workmen.
Don't neglect your watch
until it is worn out, but bring
it to us today tor an exami
nation. WE'LL TELL YOU THE
TRUTH ABOUT ITS CONDI-.
Tl'io Meal Department
OPENS AT 0:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 n. m.
a-. .i-! r. i ii.-
n.umii,uuuUiis tut iuiBc panics
at a later hour may be arranged.
Olvmpla Oistcr Cocktail
Cup llotilllou k'rold
Olives Ilidlhc3 Mixed Plckcs
Hot Mango Chutl.cy Salted Almonds (ireen Onions
Yorltthlic Ham mix Haricots Vertu
llralscd Saddle of Venison a la St. Hubert
1'roj's Legs PattloH n la Poulctte
, Ilartlatt Pears, Windsor
He Me'itho Punch Nabisco Wafers
Prime Rib of Reef mi .lu.i
Stuffed Young Turkey, Cranberry Saiiro
Drowned Sweet Potnloes
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