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VVolltico R. Rtirrlnjiton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
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CIRCULATION LAROIST OT ANY HZW8PAPER PUB1I8HHB
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Entered at tlir Postoflue t Houotulu
m sxnj .Um m it let
To olitaln homesteaders, It In not
tioeossnn to snarl ami sunt icrv
thing ols that aids the piogicss of
Presldi-nt Hoosoelt Is prnctlcallx
criticising tlir Supreme Court. A few
joars ago, It mih all wiong to bur
gest such a thing
Tom Uiwson has now begun to call
tho American people names unci ns
usual lie In so picturesque that tho
people niu Interested.
Tloosoxelt sa "KWlify Hawaii."
Congress should hne tlu- good sonso
to follow good nihlco based on the
ordinary dictates of common sense.
. in i ii.
Captain l"iillortiin nocd not worry
In tho nllRlitest No ono whoso opin
ion Is worth whllo thotiKht ho or Ills
fchlp ran nway fiom wri'ckod Bcajneti.
HnxiiiK sottleil llio Immigration
Jiiattcra, It will lie IntereBtlnK to nolo
what tlii" war KC.ire artists will next
lilt upon to liolp tliclr false caut.c
AlthotiKh Ifnrrlnum backed IltiRhcs
to kill off Hoosoelt, there cannot be
Krcnl joy In the llarrlmnu family
when they read Hughes' diclaratlon
Manila haWim hcui Fckctcd as a
naul bare, may wo hopu that It will
not hate to wait aa long at Pearl lltir-
for, for proper ctiulpmcnt to ho of
bumu aluu to tho American navy.
What's nil this row over a wide
open to'vn. Tho people nro entirely
Hatlstlvl with Honolulu as It Is, and
tourists who como hero so away with
IiIrIi praise for tho town and Its peo
ple. President Koosovelt finds that there
are kotno things better than the deci
hlons of the United States Supreme
N Court laws that will protect tho peo
ple and escape death at the hands of
Japan's rcsionsa that America's
position In Japanese Immigration mat
turn Is entirely satJsfactoiy, does not
tally with tho war scare talk hut It la
what the sensible men of both conn
Ono hundred thousand nutopciin
Immigrants and ono hundred thou
sand tourists will make, Hawaii tho
most prosperous section In tho United
States and do It within Ihu llfe-tlmu
of tho piesent generation.
A great many joiiug boys mo glow
ing to manhood In this Territory And
It Is ptoper to have a thought for their
Intuit' when dealing with public lands.
They hae a light to expect nn oppor
tunity to establish a homo.
Should Kvans liavo an accident
whllo passing tho Stialts of Magellan
much of tho lustre will bo nibbed off
his halo. Merchantmen would quick'
ly point to tho fact that they have re
pcatedly taken their steamships
through and thought It compaiatlvuly
Tlioy nro certainly finishing up tho
Helnzo-Morse-Tliomas ring of specu
lators that established banks to ob
tain funds to work with. If thoy
would do tho fcanio with all the Wall
Street gamblers, tho center of Amerl
can flnauco would bo hardly rccognlz
nble, though It would bo a snfo place
for an honest man.
C. It. Frazlur has winio very Inter
cMlug and scnslblo conclusions on the
small farm subject. Tho small pro
ilucer will liuto a fair show when ho
iau securo transportation and lias
innio of tho problems solved by men
who can afford It. Hut It would be n
crime against tho man and tho conn
tiy to put him on land and tell him to
"go or stnno." That means selling
out and corporation management with
MERCHANTS AND ADVERTISING.
Tho decision of tho MeichnntsAs
Boclutlou directors to take dellnlto
action on tho various forms of dona
tions offered in the name of advertis
ing Is iu lino with tho action of sim
WUI1KUV UUtXUl I.N
Pr Yr, nhre in U s. I.oo
Vlt Yer njh Ui CtnicU .fl
Pernor puatpaul, tortlfli 3.o
FEBRUARY 1. 1008
ilar bodies In the progressive towns
cl the mainland.
The r, solutions of the mnlnlandcrs
hae been made In the mnjorlty of
i.iscs more ladlcal, by the business
men confining tliemsehes strictly to
the tegular news mediums.
As wns stated In the meeting of
Merchants' Asboclatlon dlicctois, a
iirwit number of tho tnonosltlona
nought mound to merchants under
the name of advertising nro nothing
more or Icsi thnn nppeals Tor dona
tions. If. then, a donation Is desired,
let It bo requested us such ond cn
teied up in tho business of tho cor
poration iih n donation.
Business men of tho world have
come to recognlzo the nowspapeis as
the Icglttmnto mediums for tuhertls
ing. Thoy get what tliey pay Tor.
The "ephemeral publications," as our
marchnnts put It, are mediums for
the solicitation of donations for
what may bo a good cause. It is or
dinal y business sense to lefiue to
lilt donations and advertising In the
fame ledger nicount. Tho good
muse will not lack for support, and
rlso will not he under tlio necessity
ol sailing under a fnlso banner, when
the proposal of the Met chants' Asso
ciation Is generally adopted.
II 1-0.-1 l
Governor Hughes' declaration In
fa(ir of the llooscvelt policies Is onu
of tlio most Intel eating details of tho
campaign for the l'lealdeiitial nomi
nation. If tho correspondents nro correct
In their slzc-up of the situation, the
llarrlmnu Interests of New York nra
moving nil their forces tot prevent
Kooseelt gaining tho oto of New
York Stnto for Taft. With this in
view Ilnrrlman's man, IlenJ. Odell,
was ordered to support Hughes' can
didacy. Now that Hughes has been
brought into the open, ho declares
for tho Uoosctelt policies though
backed by the worst enemies of Koo
fceo!t and his policies.
Will Hughes be truo to his prin
ciples or his backeis?
AIDING HAWAII'S ENEMIES.
Henry O nnrd has said that tho
desired Immigration amendment for
tho benefit of Hawaii shall not pass
Congress because It menus contract
labor for Hawaii.
Tho charge that Mr. Oxnard maUes
Ten acres of pineapple land at Wa
liiawa. Good location. More land
adjoining if desired.
Building site: College Hills, 40,
COO sq. ft. Owner will accept mort
gage for full purchase price of land
provided buyer builds house.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Hotel Street $50,00
Prospeot Btreet $50.00
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Kinau Street $35.00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
Young Street $25.00
King Street $25.00
Klnau Btwot 230.00
BTewmlo fttrMt ftS.50
Xfaif Btreet $16.00
Aloha Lane 118,00
MaMoek Arw.no M.OO
Emma Street $24.00
Sereknia Street , $40.00
Corner Fort and Mtiroliant Sts.
Do you wish to
Kent a house
Or buy a home?
We hate long '
Lists of furnished
3jwh Wf" &aW
If not, you had
llest do so now
Before the flro.
Is not Justified by u single fact or
Inference of tlio amendment or by
what Hawaii hub-done or Intends to
do In Becurlug Kuropenn Immigrants.
Tho only assistance Mr. Oxnnrd
ran obtain for his fnlso position from
Hawaii Is tho frequency with which
Uuropenii Immigrants hno been as
sociated with tho "lazzaroni of Eu
rope" tho loafers In tho asser
tions put forth b a person supposed
to be advocating the small faun.
The Inference of the local Indl
Udual Is as false and out of touch
with the farts as Oxnnid's claims
may be. It Is a clear misrepresenta
tion. Hut tho record Is clear, and the ob
lous Intent of tho local nsscitlon
has not been In doubt.
What Hawaii must hac Is unani
mous action and unanimous support
for the Immigration amendment,
and tho sooner ludltduals cense fur
nishing food for the enemies of Ha
waii in Congress, tho better for the
American people who wish to solve
the problems of Hawaii on tho Amer
(Continued front Page 1)
Feb. IS 1, 7:30 to 8:30 p. in.,
soils, V. T. Pope; 2, S:30 to 30
p. m., botany, Jarcd G. Smith.
1'eb. 21 3, 7:30 to S:30 p. in.,
tolls, W. T. Popo; 4, S:30 to 9:30
p. m., botany, Jnred O. Smith.
HcIj. 2fi 5, 7:30 to S:30 p. in.,
entomology, D. L. Van Dine; G, 8:30
to 9:30 p. m botany, Jared U.
Peb. 2S 7. 7:30 to S:30 p. m., en
tomology, D. L. Van Dine; 8, 8:30
to 9:30 p. m botany, Jarcd G.
March 3 9, 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.,
rntomology, I). L. Van Dine; 10, 8:30
to 9:30 p. ni hoiticulturc, J. IJ.
March 6 11, 7:30 to 8:30 p. in.,
entomology, 1). I.. Van Dine; 12,
8:30 to 9:30 p. m., horticulture, W
March 10 13, 7:30 to 8:30 p. in.,
Art. fertilizer. P. (1. Krauss; 11, 8 30
to 9:30 p. ni., horticulture, J. V.
March 13 IE, 7; 30 to 8:30 p. m.,
plant breeding, P. O. Krauss; 1C,
8:30 to 9:30 p. m., horticulture, W.
March 17 17, 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.,
entomology, J. Kolinsky; IS, 8:30
to 9:30 p. in., hortlculttlic, J. H.
March 2019, 7:30 to S:30 p. m.,
entomology, J. Kotlnsky; 20, S:30 to
9:30 p. in., hoiticulturc, J. H. Hlg
glns. March 2121. 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.,
farm crops, P. o. Kiauss; 22, 8:30
to 9:30 p. iu., hoiticulturc, W. T.
March 2723, 7:30 to 8:30 p. in.,
forestry, 11. S. Hosinor; 21, 8:30 to
9:30 p. m., horttcultuie, J. H. Hlg
glns. March 31 2C, 7:30 to 8:30 p. m..
forestry, 11. S. Hosmer; 20, 8:20 tn
9:30 p. in., agricultural lltcinttiin,
Jarcd O. Smith.
A representative of tho Hullo
t In was shown over the college buil
ding this morning by Dcnn Pope, who
explained tho plan nnd nrrnngement
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
B. F. Ehlcrs
Fort St. p. o. Box 716.
of the rooms. The Kwn-niaUnl room
of the building, fronting on Young
ttrect, Is fitted up as a lecttiro room.
It is planned Iu htive tho stcreoptl
con In tho hall Just outside this
room, so tho pictures can be thrown
on u curtain back of tho platform,
Across the hall fiom this room Is
tho library, iwhlth Is n pleasant room
fitted with shelves for tho volumes
which have nlicady been ordered
and nro on their wn. Mr. Popo
states that (ho school will have n
MauKn of tho library Is the chem
istry class-room, nnd Just off tills Is
the office of tho Dean. Mnuka of
this Is the laboratory for experimen
tal work. It Is equipped with n la
boratory table, fitted with lockers,
shelves for regents, running water,
etc., while nbout tho walls mo other
ihcUes and lockers.
Mauku of the lecture room is tlio
classroom for mathematics nnd
chemistry. This will be equipped
with desks Instead of chalis.
An nble stall of Instructors has
been secuicd, which piomtscs well
for tho futluo of tho school nnd of
Its prospective pupllj. A piospccttis
of the new college has been Issued
outlining the woik to bo done, and
Including a history of how the school
came to be established.
It appears to be not generally un
derstood that tuition In the College
of Agrlctilttitu nnu Mechanic Arts Is
free to icsldeiits of the Teirltor, but
this Is the case.
Tho tegular college work leading
to a degree of II. S. will begin Mon
day, September 11.
(Continued from Page 1)
Honolulu for outside ports they had
to be dumped In small boats. The
resolution was then passed.
Tho following committees to scno
during the ensuing ear weio an
nounced by tho Chair:
n'lhdo nnd Finance J. Wake
field, K. I Instate, It. I.angc.
Public AffiiliH Pred. J. Hush, J.
II. Soper, A. Gartley.
Committee on Kntcrlnlnmcnt of
Plect P. 1. Waldion, (1. J. Waller,
Cbas. llcllliin. V. T. Lucas, William
llra. W. 11 Smith, J. O. hutted, J.
Smith recommended that the As
sociation employ an assistant secre
tary to do tho routine woik. A mo
tion to that effect carried.
Smith suggested that the Commit
tee on Trade and Finance might
handle mnttois such as weio handled
by tho mainland Hoards of Ti.idc,
inch as Lunluuptcy piocecdlngs.
Wakefield Mild that mattcis of
trade discounts could also bo taken
11 ' ' m ' '
A Fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
We have just received a
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prices are very reason
able. H. F. Wichman & Co.
Are the Best
St. Glair Bidgood,
is a famous resort in San
Francisco, So is the place
of that name in Honolulu.
Corner Hotel and Nuuanu
W. L. HOWELL, Prop.
MIL? ?r. mm, im
v.?.isata3mM&rZ2.M'' 6,'mssMHr'astss' iiimz&&8m,iiim.-!iiiiHn .
Mrs. M. McfloiiRli, SlOW.Krd streot,
New York, N. Y., writes:
"I gladly add my mllo or pral6o to
Tcruna for what it has dono for me,
Tfti years ago a depressed feeling took
lioTil of me. My back and sides ached
continually. My stomach pot out of
order so that at times 1 could not hold A
glass of cold water. 1 didn't like, tocat,
afraid that my stomnrh wonld get sick,
I havo been using Perunn tor tlic'llircc
nast months, nnd now 1 feci ns well as
lever did. My stomach Is as strong
as ever and my nervous trouuics nave
illnsppcarcd 1 keep recommending
Peruna to my friends who nro troubled
ns I was, and 1 have boon thanLvd for
Tho abovo testimonials rcprcsont
women who havo beon HI and have found a roliablo remedy in reruna.
It means a great deal to tho women of America who havo at hand a remedy capable of performing such
cures. Nervousness, backache, dyspepsia, headache, melancholy, bearing down pains. All theso and a host of
other symptoms nro relieved by Peruna. At least this is what tho women say. They havo no object in saying
such things, except to render truthful testimony to their suffering Bisters.
The reader will noto by reading these testimonials that in most casc3 other .remedies wcro tried, doctors
were consulted, and finally Peruna camo to their rescue and made them well again.
Peruna is making such cures every day. It is the testimony of tho people that has made Peruna so justly
Suffcrrd Thirteen Years.
Mrs. Anna Munden, HoJIygrove, Arlc,
"I suffered with fomalo troubles for
"I saw nn advertisement of your
Fcruna and bought ono bottle, nnd bo
foro I had taken It all I could got out or
bed and walk about.
"After taking thrco bottles I was ns
well nnd hearty n cr and gained in
ttvsh. I would not lo about it."
The following wholesale 'druggists will
up bj this committee. It wai uncer
tain ns to whether such discounts
could safel) he can led on.
I'.uls bald that tlio "enso nnd call
age" mnttois might also pioperly be
handled by tho committee. The mci
cllnnts heic had to pay for cases nnd
r.utnge. and this was n dead loss,
whilo In San Pinnclsco tho mri
thants chnig,ed for these on n cei
taln fixed pi ho rchedulo. This mat
ter was also lefencd to the commit
tee Tho, following wcro present. Pres
ident Oeo W Smith. Secictary Paris.
Directors Peliie Maifurhine. Hush,
King, Wak field. C.ilton, Wiildron.
with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANHUAL-for daily ref
erence. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
i j l r i j, ii tv v - l
Lenin, Ore, member Order of Wash
"Jtortho past four years I was a
wretched woman snflerlng with
troubles peculiar to my sex, caulng
sevcro backache nnd bearing down
pains nnd leaving mo o weal; and
weary that It wns only with ell r
llculty that 1 was ahto to attiud to
my household duties, I used differ
ent remedies and Injections, but
found no relief until 1 had tried
Peruna. Within two weeks thcro
was a complete change for the
better ami In less thnn three months
I was a well nnd happy woman and
all tho prahch duo to Peruna."
actual exporienco pf cvory-day life,
Headache and Deafness.
Mrs. Mary V.. Sampson, Iindondetry,
N. II., writes:
"I had terrlblo headache, both cars
run nnd I was nervous all tho time, was
ucaf In onoenr for thirty years. I took
six bottlosof Peruna and onooiMnnalln,
and nm happy to say that It Is tho best
mcdlclno that I over hoard of. I am not
so nervous, my nppotlto Is good, every
thing I eat ngrces with me, r.nJ I urn
feeling better in every way."
supply the retail trade: flONOLULtl DRUG CO. ' IIonM". Hftwaii-
plants and lawns can
price, with delivery, at
Wc are referring to your house -it needs a cent of paint and needs
it badly. Let us fit it with a new coat of paint Real Taint put on by
THE PAINTER PHONE 42C.
in n GOOD diess-suit, and. so ORDINARY in an ordinary
dress-suit, that STEIN -BL0CH dressers wonder why every
man docs not wear suits tailored by the STEIN-BL0CH ex
perts. , t
Get ready for the swellesl event of the season tho
UNIVERSITY CLUB BALL. All of the swell people will be
there, and so you must go, nnd wear one of our drcs3
suits or Tuxedos. , Wc have Dress-suits, Tuxedos, Dicss
shirts, Tic3, Collars, White Vests, Mufflers! i
K-i,Wlq UHlCJ"fl IJilLll
Fort and MerchantSts.
Headache and D.ickachc,
Mr, Tresslo Nelson, IWX, fith Ave,
Nashville, Tenn., writes:
"As Perunn has done mo a world ol
good, I feel In duty bound to telj of It,
In hopes tlmt It nifty meet tho eya of
sonio w omin who ban suttcredaxl did.
Forllvo yinrn 1 really did not know
what a perfectly well day was, and if 1
did not havo lit adaehe, 1 lnd b.irkaelio
or npalnsomowhcro and really llfo wa
not worth tho effort 1 mado to keep
Bolng. , H
"A good friend advised me to use
Peruna and 1 was glad to try nnj thing,
and I nm very plened to sny thnt six
bottles made a new woman of me
and 1 havo no mure palua ami llfo looks
A Severe Cold.
Mlf Mnrlo Cahin, 017 Main streot,
Cincinnati, Ohio, w rites :
"I caught n cold coming homo from
nnovenlng party and as I did not pay
particular attoutlon to H, I quickly be
came, worso and found myself In s
"I took Peruna and It brought mo lm
medlnto relief. Within n week I wns
cured nnd now whonever I fcol badlv
1 reruns, will set things right."
be had at a reasonable
you have loit a coat. Let us
supply you with n new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
. ihinSifr MrMw