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EVENING HULU5TIN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIWAY, .IAN. 11. 1008.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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VVttllncc; R. FurrInjton, - Editor
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SATURDAY JANUARY 11. 1008
(lot iouihpIi Hi, with I lit' IIOII1- .
I pin of Hawaii 'I he me the people ,
riHirtcil ;i ml wnitli while.
Wailuku will undcitanc a n-al Im
piovrinciit wile 11 it people dec lilo
Hint I lie town library must material
ize. Mnn-hunterg nn t lie lHlniul oC Oa
lui urc operating In such n llmlteil
territory that It la only a matter "'" '
now many ums thoy will luivo to
travel beforo landing tliu convicts
the) lire after.
The new construction of Nuuanu
ilum In to rent on professional Intelli
gence mid common Kens-. These
lei ins aie blond enough to uiirr nil i
the Incident of pen CO or war that
inu nilHe In u simulation.
hen the I'aunma Canal construc
tion cost runs slt million dollars
over tho estimate. It is then doing
si vera 1 millions better tlinn t lie nvor
u ge private enterprise based on a glo
i iouxly-plctiircd -prospectus.
The Uinporor nnd Chancellor or
(lermhny nro steadily making ac
knowledgment that tho pcoplo nile.
Ily this sign tho Curman Kmplio will
conrjuer, while a nation Ilko Kucsla
wastes its substance In criminal re
pression of the people.
Maul County has discovered how n
County horse mil) be shod more than i
Ibe icgiilutiou number or times with
out ginft being involved County
government Is n great ectucntor when
It tenches an) people how to properly
mind their own buslnesi.
The gentleman to whom Promoter
W'aldron refers should study tho
philosophy of Optimism. Onco tho
despised Knocker Idea gets well
phiuted in a town it docs no good
nnd the extent or Its injury is mo.is-
ured only by tho limit to which de
cent citizens allow It to go.
Cannda excludes tho .Tnpaneso
without naming them spcclllcuilv.
This accomplishes the result without
injuring the feelings or nn)ono In
particular If our own pcoplo would
got down to business on Immigration
matters and not ungglo so much over
mall points, America could do tho
The New England Society has dis
covered that to drink tn tho toast
"Tho Presldont" Is to Ihiply that tho
President Is a monarch. Tho things
that como out of the offcto I?nst nio
past understanding. Thoy aio the
first people to net ns If tho President
wero a monarch and perhaps wi. h
that ho might he.
FOR AMERICAN MERCHANT
Senator Kornkor in tin uddi
fore the meeting of the Mrn.i.i.
Marina League In Cleveland, O ui
dared hlmsolf firmly in fuvoi of i i"
imposition of discriminating clutie-.
cm merchandise Imported into the
United States in foreign bottoms.
This plan for building up tho mer
chant m.ulim of tho country lias nccn
stionuously opposed on account ot
me inci iimi u y.ouiu ncc'cssiiuio iuu
or more ot trade treaties with fo.e.gn
Senator i'orakcr In tho course of
,1s ndd.oss .d: "The best way to
his ocldioss haul: The best way
icstoro our flag to tho sens Is by n
letuiu to discriminating duties. Our
fathers did not hesltato to Impo30 u
tariff of 10 por cent whero thero
was no tnilff us a penalty ror tlio uso
of foielgn s,hlps In cither words,
their freu II 5. was n frco list only on
condition that the products wiuo cni
rled in American ships. This wink
ed no Insiipurablo trouble then
There U no reason why It should
woik uny such tiouhlo now.
"It would probably slightly In
crease tho cost of nou-competlng Im
pmts to tho consumer, but wo can
not oxpect to restore our met chant
mniltie without bac rifle o of somo
kind, Bomowhoro, bj somobod)."
In this connection 11 statement or
tho shipping progress of tho uiuntry .
is fjiven to sliuw liow the dUcrlmlnat-
Ill)' lIlllIlM 0Cl.tll 1 . 1,11 1MM
1 M I n
Tonnage li (ini tlon of
Amei . tin rhtge In
Imports, i:imi tn.
I'or tont. 1'ei tent.
After a (cntnry, wo havo managed
to iiu llcnllv revcrco that irrniil.
j While In 1807 wo carried 01 per tout
i of our imports In American vessels,
In 1907 wc mo carrying mil) nbnut
ti or 7 per lent, of them In .'.incrlcan
vessels; foreigners carrj about !M
pur (out. of them, and wo nio paying
to foielgn Bhlp-ownors this year
about Sir0,00ll n day .In freights.
The Now York Commercial nIcs It It
is any wonder Hi it the untl-siilisldy
lobby In YVnsiiington has plenty of
money to spend.
Speaking of discriminating duties!,
It Is woitli while noting that the
present sihcine for handling tlio nipr
(linnt in. ill no of tliu tonntry Jias ro-
lultod In n mm ked discrimination
against tho progiess of tlio Territory
ot Hawaii. Tho laws of the country
nre Mich that the American m.irino
cannot prosper, nml at tlio same time
tliew laws place n penalty on people
who patronize foreign ships passing
thmugh our ports. Hawaii Is le
fused transput tutlnn oppoitunltlcs
How long would anv mainland
community stand for a law that pre
vented them using n rnllio.ia p.isscn
uer or frelcht train nacslng through
the town but craned bv a foielgn cor
i;iXAUEA VOLCANO IN ERUPTION
IIILO, Dec. .list The cntlro pit
of tho crater KlLAt'CA Is active nnd
tho reflection from tho fit o beenmo
vlstblo at Hilo at 11 o'clock last
right. (Special by Wireless )
Don't Miss the Opportunity of a
Go and See tho Wonder of the
Pacific in Action.
THE ROUND TRIP COSTS ONLY
Tho Volcano can be visited w Ith com
fort and absolute Kifcty. I'or
Information regarding tho
trip apply to
HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO.,
Cor. McrJiant and Fort Stieets,
' Mon Lan(j g1500
i -,.. eiKnn
Sta Bht ::::::::;: '$&
iir, c,t m-jrinn
- ,. . ' ' ; cnn'nn
&"V "?? ? 22'S2
iUUliUWA, AVC11UC QM.UU
Kcwalo Street $22.50
Liliha Street $15.00
A baigain at Kaimuki $1000
Thiee-tjuartcjs of an ncrc
building lot, Manoa Val
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
i X-lll HBto ""
$!Dit 1pMk bcM
Settlement Road, 2 bedrooms. $12.00
Young St., 2 B. R $30.00
Pawaa St., 2 B. R $35.00
Kaimuki, 1 B. R $ G.00
Punchbowl, 2 B. R S 8.00
Malioa, 2 B. R $15.00
School St., 2 3. R $15.00
Emma Lane, 3 B. R $15.00
Robello Lane, 2 B. B $18.00
Punchbowl St., 2 B. R $18.00
Vildcr Ave, 2 B. R $18.00
Wilder Ave., 3 B. R $20.00
Oandall Lane, 3 B. R $22.00
King St., 2 B. R $25.00
Lunalilo St., 3 B. R $40.00
Bcrctauia Ave., 4 B. R $50.00
Reuters and Homcseekers should
visit Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
JfiJMi IpMU v,U:!
PHILOSOPHY OF OPflMISM.
A lliilletln correspondent has sent
to this fi.iper for tlio benefit of Its
undeiH an Interesting account of tiio
organization of The Optimistic Club
ol America with headquarters In
Kalt l..tko Cil). Tlio Idea of tliu club
is nn excellent one nnd tho torrcspon
cent suggests that every citizen of
Honolulu und liawult should Join It
In spirit, if not In fac t, as an offset
in the resplc.ililo woih of Knocker
to bo found In ovciy city.
The philosophy of the club Is given
is follows und It Is suggested by the
(biiespoudont that, ouco adopted, It
ihoald let miu'li Kiinshlno into the
hiurij of iiie'dspoitle whlners wlio
complain, and help give a town n
luputallon hut not n chnr.it toi-
' Coil reigns; tho Union still lives
and the sun still bhlnui, even though
the clouds obscure It."
"'Uwe uih ninr'o pcisons d)Ing
ci.cli day for tho lack of u kind wind,
a pat on the back anil a Ilttlo encour
agement, than there are from dls
c hue "
"A sin lie is potential, magnetic,
end dispels t.oulile -
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST. !N THE
P. O. Dox 716.
with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings ; '
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref-j
crencc. Each or all to be had at ,
Thrum's Book Store
B. F. Ehlers
WHITNEY and MARSH
Wednesday Next, the 15th
Our entire line of Lingerie, Lawn,
Linen, Jap Silk in black and white,
Peau-de-Soie and Taffeta will be
offered at greatly Reduced Prices.
Sizes 32 to 44
"The mm who never makes any
mistakes ltcrei makes nil) thing else. '
do bury lliy torrowH; tlio world
Iinth Its share, .lust smllo."
'Shako hands ns (hough )ou
meant It. and smile.
"Nobody can compute the value of
a smllo; n frown has cost a king
dom." "You are under a real obligation
to ever) man on earth."
"Ynii can't put Inllucmu in n glass
"When in doubt, take Optimum."
"lu darkness, In light, In sol row,
mi blight, bo an 01111111111 evcrfc and
tilings will come all light,"
"Optimism Is the first-biiin ot
hope, tlio mother of confidence, the
executioner of ndverslt) und tho un
dertaker of pessimism."
"A frown Is n renegade smile that
Is nfinld to look Itself in the race."
On tho faces of tho Happy aged
It is a well-known fact that wrinkles
nro only the footprints of smiles."
"On the" vehicle ot modern prog-res-;
the creak of the wheel In the
pessimistic protest, n little Optimistic
lubricant will silence both tho creak
and the cionl. "
"The Optlmlrt wins."
"The gieatcst smllor Is tho great
"Smllo and tho world delights with
J on; cronk and win croak alone."
"A smile Is (lod'H own medicine."
"A giln Is ii counterfeited smllo
nnd does not pass cm rout because tho
heart-stamp of genuineness Is not on
"Optimism nnd pessimism hnvo
fought man) bloody battles; If opti
mism had not been a victor up to
Onto, hope would have died years
"In tho i calm of the birds tho lark
II the Optimist, tho now Is tho pessi
mist. Wh) by a crow?"
"Let Optlmlrm and Hie Optimist
destro) the last hope of tho pessimist
and perfect conlldence will again pre
vail, with pe ice and plenty for all."
"Full Into line and the sunshine of
the home and the gloiy of trado will
rellect tlio delight ol a gracluus per
Tho police station Is hnrhorlni; two
lost bo)s and the olllccrs aie mixlou3
to knuii' whoso they nio. Tho chil
dren, evidently between thrco und
four )e.UB old, wero picked up by nn
clllccr on Klnau street. They weie
lost all right nnd tho whereabouts ot
thcli home is still a nnstcry. The
children uro apparently Portuguese
The band will play at the Poultry
HAVE YOU NOTICED OUR STOCK
Wc cany the Famous HAWKES
glass as well as other cheaper grades.
Our stock comprises Everything
Made in Cut Glass.
Cut G ass
As a Catarrh
' u ia. .Jr. 5XL
TM:oi'LE occupying position of high
X repoulblllty and trust aro always
very bay people
Tht y nave littlo or no time to devote
toeldc It diet.
ltlsthcrcfororery rare that such peo
ple aro willing to write teitlmonlals tor
I'lieii again there It a natural dl HI
deuce In giving public cndoriement te
any commercial enterprise on tho part
or people who are much beforo the
Jt U thus that It if very rata that pub
lic olllclals, like governor, congress
men, consul, senator, etc.. give public
endorsement to a proprietary medi
um". Ills therefore n great triumph that
lVrun lm tlio luiriualincil ondorio
inoiitof so many men In olllclat posi
tion. Scores ot public onlclals of national
reputation havo cnltuwlasttcally de
clared in favor of l'eruua In public
print over and over again.
A Startling Fact,
Thero Is no way to account for such a
startling fact as this except that I'eruna
hai extraordinary unusnal merit.
After all, pcoplo high nml low, ore
tooitltuted very much alike,
The following wholesale druggists will
THE SIMPSONS AT CHRISTMAS
Queen Lllluokahinl, I'llncess Kn
li'iilnnanle and tho Indies of the
(Iitlld of tho Hawaiian t'ongregntlon
niailo n Christmas prcbcnt of a horse
and buggy to tho llov and Mrs 12, T.
Simpson of St Amliew s Caihcdial.
IN THE EVENING try a din
ner at the best cafe in town.
Dinner every night till 8
Alexander Young Cafe
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BLDG
ZgfJPgT" have such contt-&tmi; x'm
&TtWWnce in prominent per-; tfMFti&&
Ss !il'lR UI sonal friends who hove 1, :W )fll 'Kn
W Vm -Muscd ancJ endorsed Pcruna W-Thl
y"' iMwtyS ttiat 1 feel justified in assum- -,
1S tog that it is a valuable rem- If 'rffizl
:i:tmTfy for catarrh and an JlrJ
; iU3j 1 JzSi T ccllent eencrnl tonic " pJ--tJra--'T.;i
t . .- rvt-j v, - vi" .h.a!uV .v, Mb.Wi s-?r fvx-m7 -: rjr e s e,v.; vsumtiv.i . v.'". j , r r nruhu -
I rtt'X. Si'i'ivti v ' -r?rr?j J. &Anru..umn.n
1 MJ "nf ,. LO
wHaberdasher and Clothier Merchant and Fort
xCyiiiiiininriiiTiiy VCTUMMiisffliai nrjBwriiiiiminiLisuMr vji minimiiiiij' miiiiiiiii minim m
tit. BimrfMifmnnranA ft ismaiiismrrrrfl fisninn hxhm H ! ml gmaSVb ummiiimiihiiiI,
'i-iB.iioW?-i?5tSV- iiiiiEi - 'K
- rs ' . j . .i s . ,X t. T" ''"s,JP'Bi4v.i..
Sit y't. Jvfcv-rf.MX vX
Tlio Magnificent Stato Capitol Building of
When a person has been realty helped
In getting rid of somo chronic malady,
after other things have failed, It Is quttc
natural for enthusiasm to lead people
to make a statement of the fan.
Tor great services, gratitude M nat
ural. This ts the only w ay that It can possi
bly be explained why It Is that so many
persons prominent tn publlcdlplomatic
and social life gtvo testimony or
I'eruna promptly relieves.
This is the explanation.
Catarrh M a dUease dtthcalt to relieve.
A' great many of the doctcra fall to
A fen- bottles of 1'erunactiro aclironic
malady of many years standing and It ts
almost Impossible to repress the natural
feelings of zratltudc which spring up.
Catarrh of Head and Throat.
Mr. Joseph Ilolss, 3l.'i X, lith street,
St. Louis. Mo write i
'Iliad catarrh o( the had and throat,
but through tho use of live bottles of
I'eruna nnd two bottles of Manaltn 1
'1 thlnlt that Pcruna U the best tonic
that I luvoevur used and 1 would ad-
catarrhal sullcrcrs to use
supply the retail trade: ! HONOLULU DRUG Cof Honolulu, Hawaii
(HONOLULU DRUG CO., )
fnoio anu rosi &
are useless when scat
tered around. What you
need is one of our new
Wc have just receiv
ed a new shipment of
plain and fancy albums
in prtper, cloth and lea
ther. KODAK ALBUMS
from.. 10 cts. to $ 3.00
fiom..40 cts. to $10.00
Photo Supply Co.
vi-aiti. YJ,rJ11TlY W'-'f'i"' " nmii Iff
STEIN -BLOCK tailorsSit
into all their olothes,and the
clothes being pure wool it
stays in rain and mist and
Our Spring Sacks
are on our tables. It will be
worth your while to try
them, even if no more than
TRY THEM ON
As An Excellent
'VWMIOWftWW Jxi, A.A ,
?,s,t&& '&A.iZr ,,,' '. vcSS
Mrs. W. 1C. Good, Ilroadway, Vs.,
"When 1 was fifteen years old 1 had
catarrhal fever and for nlno year I
havo had catarrh of the head,
"Through neglect itwenttomy throat
and note. After consulting you 1 used
Pcruna for lour months as directed, and
1 amcntlrcly well and have my natural
"I cannot praise Peruna too highly.
It will do all that it is recommended
Pc-ru-na Relieves Catarrh.
Mi. L. Clifford Plgg, Jr.. iVJl) K.
Marshall St., Itlchmond Va.. write.
"As soon as I get a cold 1 send for it
bottle of I'eruna, and It soon drives It
outot my system.
Despaired of Being Cured.
"For several years I was not entirely
well, and despaired of ever being cured,
as I had used numerous remedies thai
my friends advised. 1 doctored (or two
years without any Improvement.
A Last Resort.
"As a last resort I tried Pcruna, and
am pleased to say that in a short tlma
I was completely cured,
"I havo not beon troubled for over a
year. I am pleased to endorse I'eruna
as It saved mo a world of surfer Iuk."
When you feel like
taking a nip with a
friend, go to
(BILLY HOWELL'S PLACE)
Exlusively European Plan.
EDWIN 0. CHILD Manager
Robert Burns Cigar
EI. A. Gunst & Co.
Tlie salt that
flavors tho suit