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EVEN'IXO BUMJ3TIN. HONOLULU, T II, MONDAY, mU.'lO, 190S.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
WHY DOES WOOD RETURN?
The announcement In Seeretary
Woods lutest letter thru he Intended
to leave ushlnRUm anon wus a u
prlso In view of the fact Unit tlicy,
Imrd work In favor of tne Pesrl llnr-
bor appropriation must he done fium
now until the clou of the Cringres-
'I he lei urn of the Sirretni) be
comes mine ol .in enigma In the
light of Delcgat. Ktiluoi cablegram
ol tnda). stating that the Commltteu
on Navul Approin hit Ions ling turned
down the Item for Pearl Harbor
When the Torrltor) li winking a
fight foi an nppioprluUon of groat
Import to the nation as well bb the
Islnnd community. It aia seem th it
the time to hnve nil tlw Territorial
foicos on the giound Is when tho
flint In thickest und the out loo,.
Vli not fight It out to the Inst
ditch with all the men present who
can he luought Into uilon In the
nclnltv of ('ciigips.s''
AOHI AND REfUBLHAKS
C Arhl sa)s he thinks the Ito
publlcuns in e iiliig to drive htm out
of the tiuit)
We are surprised to have Mi Acht t wuwhilogs.KIgo nn'l I'mneseed. doing
take this vlow of It. brother Aehi moie than their usual amount of
not the part) has been wandering ! balking. Tho dogs wero under on
after false gods. He has always had ancient chony trco. and wc.ro i-eom-nmnle
opportunity to worl. within Ingly dovotlng their attentions :o
the party in tho refjular paitlzm sometlilng l thn brnnclics. III.
wny Hut n few yonrs ago he attend-1 Llghtrcr tailed, but the dogs paid no
ed a Civic reiteration school with I heed to him.
most tin foi tunale lesulls. He has1 Going out to whet e the) were, ho
been somewhat of n bad boy and not fcw two men In Hie tree Knowliii,
mer-successfiil ever since.
We doubt etv mm h t'uit Mr Arhl
can find a more honorable and stir
cehKfiil Peld for his efforts In blates
mi'iishlp than within the Itepubllcnn
part) proldod ho Is wllliiiB to lu
cent the pilnelple of mujority rule
and not uttcrupt to lead his part linn
associates Into salnr-grabt)!nR i
si homes Itepubllcnntsm never could i
n und for that
Mr At hit talents nio well known
He should deoto them to better pui
poses than the assistance or "non
partlzun ' Bchemes of department
management that savoi so much mo c
of iwlltk's than of good business
In other wordH. Mr Aehl, having
at tome previous tlmu In his rail'-.,
btuted fiom the platform that he In
tended to llvo and die a Itepubllrnn.
should malio good bitween election i
periods, and paitlculnrly when ilm
time for prlninries aud noniln itliu;
conviiiitioP'i is io close at hand
As wo understand Mr. Weill's prin
ciples, bo hopes to Btand for goe.n
niant of. b). und for the jieoplc not
tne giafteis If this oe true, M'
At hi v!ll do well to look about and
illsroei whcthei some magnets lime
not upset tho healings of bin inmpas?
and started him wny oft his couihe
THOSE FAK.K WAR SKETCH YARNS '
IIONOLITLU, Jan 21 A Jap
anese has hecn dlscoveiud sketch
ing Honolulu, Pearl harbor and
the coast line fiom the heights
L, iiiu cuhbl line uuui me iiuh;iii
if behind Honolulu
ouu sq. it. uwncr win accept inori
This dispatch, evidently tabled ,;RS0 for full purchase price of land
horn thlscit). has b.en printed bio.nl . juovidcd buyer builds house,
cast thioualiout the mainland and' . ,. ,,-..-,
varlouMy headlined, as If It we.e .M1f ? FJHMISHE2n nn
worthy tho importance given. I 1 Sltr"t V f 'X
Just what Is the purpose of wind-' ""P" Streot 50.00
Inc such materlul fiom here, which Is 'aulu ?J.UU
the one place m uuith that cunnot I
piofll the le-ist from.a war-fake. i'-
mains to bo proved
One exuiso may be that It will stir
mainland people to an idea ot tho
miiiiiiiiuu pcopio io an mea oi l" Kjn g(rect "525 00
noeew.lt)' for rmtincations. Hut even Ki Street'. '. ii! i.i li! X imOO
his s offset by the Bastorn laiKe;rai0 Strect $?.2.50
handling this yam as If 1'imrl llaihnr
and Honolulu alrcad) had fortlllcu
tlous. If a Japanese woio found skolsh
lug any part of this city or this Isl
and, a sinister tutcrpiutatlnu of the
fact Is ridiculous
Tho public mupj and records,
which are fico to nil nations of tho
earth, itio all that Japan or any oth
er' country needs,, nud It ktniids to
reason that no spy Is being Bunt to
'VUIIKI.Y IMJl-l.lI'I li
1'trSI Mnnlln. .. H .r,o
Per r atifthfTr In I s l.uo
PirV.t'ir ntiherc In I intiU l.rto
PerVear Ki'tpnld, fori git . . 2.i
FEBRUARY 10, 1903
tin -!i!i- hills tn skc'cli Pearl liar
Imm Tut (tilt iibnm when the plnro in
an l.rifii uf ni) defense as n lill-i
li.ud-b.ill lie til In of hair. The hnr-
i In. i u imh defoiuc Is n crooked chnn-
ucl Unit Intra an) Rood-sized ship
noiu entering that beautiful boily of
New rablef of this character do
Hawaii's cause more harm than pood
on account uf the statements so thor
oughly misrepresenting (lie pltuatlou
Hoonor oi Intel the people iilniolo
know that It Ik all n fr.ko, nml they
treBt rot tlfiiati in arguments ns
JOio That Jho weit-coast people mo
becoming tired of the fake scares In
evidenced 1 (he following from t.ie
i ortlnnd (Oregon) Telegram.
'uat M gure ai thoie was a uc,
(hi morning, the .Inpatient) peril h in
fastened ltn grip upou I'ottlund New
discoveries me being made every day
,,, t(,1)(1 to m,w tnilt tlip Yankees
or the Orient hnve flpil upon this
( l.i us tho lnso of operation!) when
the) Invade Seattle linker. (Jlty. and
t hlcngo. Comity Commissioner Light
.or vestertln) found (wo J up spies
hid up In one of his therry trees limit
ing sketches of his private water stip
plj and tho paths leading back
through tils orchard.
' vesterdaj afternoon tho County
C ummlssliinnr heard his two fulljjjul
HI MlimilMlllimiMHI Mt WflHmXtmAAA. HTI SKf
D"0N'T TAIL TO VISIT
The Gieat Natural Wonder of the
The round trip can be made In!,,, . ..,, ,,. .,,..,, ,., .llfr.-ictl
lour da.,3. and costs only ?42 50. Com
loitniiie transpori.ition, goon noiets,
.lrlel sreneiy, pli firosque, novel.
. ml awe-inspiring.
Don't be dissuaded fiom taking tha
trip. You will be soir If you leave
the Volcano out of )otu Itinerary.
Kor tickets and Information re
garding the tlip apply to
VATEEH0USE TEUUT COMPANY,
Cor Fort cud JTcrshant Sts.
tmiSt lMiaWl Al WT3v
1 Ten acres of piniapplc land at Wa
luava. Good location. More land
Indiomintr if desired.
,". ., .,, t
Building site: College Hills, 40,-
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
j:hm strcct saS.OO
i Young Street
Kinj; Street $15.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Matlock Avenue $25.00
Emma Sheet $24.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Corner Fort anil Merchant Sts.
fimk W" koM
He generous nml phl
Inntlirciplc along light
lines, lint don't lot your
gotioioslty run to audi
length that 5 (i pay
Irllttitu (rent) to u
landlord all your life.
He jour own landlord
anil pay lont to our
nulf, nml you will bo
happier olid mom pros
peroui. Tho' tlmo to
liny Id now.
that tliov were not there for the pur
pose of BtcnlliiR ebonies, lie ran to
thn house foi nsalstnnto in order
illsloilRii the linaders. Ilo rutin netl
In time to nio two Jnpancu hcamper-
ing flout tho urd.
Mr. l.lghtner tlilnka that they
wore mnklng plans ot his water
woilis for the purpose of sanding
them In the War Olllee In Toklo. He
'. ill lepoit the maltel to (Icncral
l-'inze.. In ordci tint the Oregon N'a-
tionnl Ouai d mi) alto pernio plans
of tl e 'apple on hauls
lalitor i: e u I n j, II u I I e I 1 n
On the Otli linil , the luM meellng
of (ho Cominltlee of been was held
at tho Knluupupa 1'osiolllie, at 10
o'clock a m for dlbcussitig und cou-f-lilnrliiR
the le'lcrs lecelved from the
r.oanl of Health and the Committee
of Ten In Honolulu In rcganl to tuu
Petition of the .1-7 lepers of the
Loiier Settlement request lng for the
treatment of .1. l.or Wnllaeli, and tho
lespaetlip nicmbore, by cult ot the
C liulrmnii Mi Wm Nolley, all unan
imously nssembled. "
The lloanl of Ileal 111, t'nourh i
letter, Inroimed tho Commuted taut
It hnll forever terminated and dis
missed consldeiatkin upon the aboo
mentioned Petition becauso of J Lor
Wnlluch's infusgl to sign tho Agree
ment, and It will not allow to admit
luithur negotiations of the similar
effort The Committee ot Ten gno
.in Infoi nuillon In similarity to that
a little b) Mating that tho Attorney
(enoial had ahead) advised the
Hoard of Health not to glo J. Lor
Wallat h a dupllruto key. us such an
action Is ugalnst tho law Tho Com
mittee of Seven Is also iufoimcd that
on tho 27th day of .Innuaiy, J Lnr
Wullnth lies travoled down Walalua
aud failed Io appear la thn Odlce of
the llinrd ot Health to sign tho
Acrcement before 4 o'clock p. in. We
much icgrot to loam that .1. Lor
Aallach icfused to sign by ailUo of
I Mime nthor nrtlea who havo not
helped hlni In this niattor from 'the
i-lait. Had ho tlgncd tho Agiee
nieut. to tho sound hcllof of tho
Committee of Seven, ho would hnvo
gi e iter name and fortune besides In
At this meeting, tho memhors or
the Commlttco ot Seven hnvo come
to a (oucluslon to relinquish tho of
fice of tho Committeeship, nnd wo
hereby ndmlio the Uutrd of Health
Ili' thn groat murtosy gianted un(o
us for hearing nnd cnnsldonitlon of
Very leipcctfully youis,
A. J KAUHAIHAO,
I K KIH.HKIILL
.iNO T I'SKA.
J.NO S WILMINGTON'
Kr-lau.itipj, Molokal. I'fcb 7, 190S
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
B. F. EhSers
Tort St. P. O. Dox 716.
Jwa jtaian.ji, im.. ..t-MiMiL
Ilonolnlt reb 7 108
lMltcr i; e n I n K H u I 1 e 1 1 n
Seeing that oii aie aluins 111 st to
publish ail) thing thai snioiB of pub
lic good, I beg in a htimblo un to
iilggest that with jinn Kind efforts
through )uur clrtulntlug medium
Itho li v o n I li g H ii 1 I o 1 1 n) that
there mo thousands of us here In the
Islands that would welcome a postal
savings bank, but it et there has
boon no nioe on our part to enow
that ono would bf nppieclatcd. heio.
If lou would ask for signatures
to bo bent to you i olllee. 1 feel that
ou would sun I) be able ttf show
Congress that there is a salnn clans
hero anil that Is what counts. Thla
could not hurt tin hanking lltntisc
hero. It -vouhl 1 dp them. Tor, as
toon ns some ncitimtilntcil a fair
sum ho would look for some Invest
ment. 1 trust that m will give this space
and Invito criticism .it tho same tlmo
cvpross your lowx
ll so doing Mm "HI siiiply satisfy
a long-felt wain am. lecche thanks
fiom your main n idcis.
I mil, otirf de ii si.
I S MKADR.
wa II iitiiii
The first pi i formnnce of "Th'j
Squaw Man" Is io lie given at tho Or
plicum tonlghi This play Manager
Cooloy rogntilH as one of tho tlncht In
bis I'litlro lepeiiolre und local Ihoiter
HiM'ra mo nssiiuil ihnt It Is wortli
braving tho most Inclement of weather
In see. Much tonei-inliu tho stor) of
the play has atnadv been said In
thoro coIiimnH Hili'llv, It conccnis a
young, wcll-eilmatiil Hoatonlan who
rfoes West, gLti inn iho cattle bitsi
ucss nml marrlis nu Indian woman
Tho comedy scenes aie pleasing, while
no piny of iccetit ve.irs has been
stronger In pathos than this. "The
Pqtiav Man" Is Io li pluvo.l lor lluoo
iilghto, nml alio in Hie Widuumla)
It will be fnllov ed o'l Thursilny
night by "Tin- .Man rimn Meico," one
or tho bert fnrri -i i'.ir wilt on. l'ot
the matinee on .saumlii) il.'il Mai.
ngor Coolov wfll pmint tho play
that alw.ijs please" the little rnlks and
furnlslicH plenli ol .imiisenienl Io Ihe
grown-ups as well KoVs Hail Ho) "
WALLACH IS STILL
(Continued from Pase li
"Then Sou ure mil aolng to fight tin
rano? asked the ippuiUr.
"Of coiirsp hu h, going to light It.'
answered Mrs Mthiiley. who wan
piesetit. "S'lieie Is not a Jur) In this
country which would convict him, and
If the) tiiii him In Jail h vlll have
even Havallan iilo nt Ihe noit elec
lion " ,
"Yes, thqn I will got ovory Ilnwnll-
an voter for r.io, curroiioratcn vvai
'1 am calling n mats meelliig for
next Saturda) night at Aula I'aik,'
he coulluiKtil. "I inn now sending nc
tlces nil over tho Islands so that the
people final tho oilier Islands can
tome heio 1 will tellthem tho tl lie
stor or iho whole thing 1 am golun
to tell them uboitt John Lane, wlo
hasn I told tho truth He Is mil In
this foi politics, an I he Is gutd to
have ire thrown ilon '
Clmlnnin Latin of 'iln now deftum
Commlttii or Ten lies l.celved the
following letter from the Cnpinllttea
of Seven nt Kulaupapa, which shows
vcr) plaliil) that Wnllaeh cannot ox
pect much holp from thn ousitci
Kohl 11.11 7, 19nS.
Ml Inn I" Lane. CliKlmian Commit
tie or lien Honolulu. Oahil
Hi i' St. 1 have lie honoi to at
knowlelgi the lecclpt of vimi com
A fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
Wc have just received a
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of HEAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prices nte very reason
able. li. F. Wichman & Co.
Sold on easy monthly payments.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Tho Chambei of t'ommorco will!
hnvo it meeting not Wcdnofcilaj aftbi-J
iijoii nt v,hlch President Jcs. I'. Moi
Ran will glvo a Etatcment of tho work
which has bren dono at Washington
In tho lino of pushing IhoI'tnil Hai
bor appropriation matter. Morgan was
vsked this morning If there win any
tlgniricanco In the Inrl that Sccrclmyi
Wood was leaving Washington at this
fitago of the game.
"Mi. Wool was allowed to ttso hln
own dltrrutloii In tegard to tho mut
ter of how long he would btay," an
swered M'ir,?an. "He was to ata) ,v
Washington nH long ns ho thought It
necesjnr). Ho wroto to me under dnt"
of January 21 that ho would leave
Washington today, unless ho wero In
strutted to tho contrary, as In fell
that his work had been dono. He lnl
Gathered together the necessary data
and hnd submitted them, and the rest
of tho work, which will bo mnmlv be
foro the comnil'tecs, ho thought could
ho Well djne b Dolegito Knlanlnnj
olo. Sccrour McClellan and Judgi
"The most Important matter at n-ir
cut Is, I believe, tho sending to Wash
ington of tho data which wo aie gel
tliu from our Innings nt 1'cnrl liar
bor We hnvo beon asked for these
from several of tho derailments, and
we arc ci autautly sending on Iho In
foimatlo.i bv letter and by cable The
woik of r.iiiluft the borings at tho ma
kil end of the chr.ii'Kl Is at p'.cscni
lather dllll'-iilt as there Is a prelt)
heavy swell ion-lug In"
i m m
Tho Consul for China Mr Chang
Tan l'an, P;s uotified the piesuli nl o.
tho Cominercl'il Club that he Iiiib le
celved, li) Iln- Korea, advice s fiom
Ills Hpellctie) Wil Ting 1'iri In which
tho Mlnislei arcepti the imitation ol
the Commercial Club to a liineheoii in
tho tl'iv or his aiiival In llin, iliilu
The Minister will deliver u short ad
dii'ss to til.' Club memliHiH nnd g le U
in nlditlou to the Mlulstci the Club
will c'lterliln (lie niembeis ol tho
local Consulate nml piomliient citizens
who will be Invited to meet tho c'Ml
clals of the Ministerial p.ut).
Tho Minister unci his parlv aie ex
pected to arrive li Ihe S. li. Hllieila
on the 22ud, lust
The Knpnu appraisers , xpecl to con
chine iMe 1 1 upptabcimul or Ihe laud
vtitilln two ol till eo v;-nK The) i, 1
over to Kiual lomoiiou Mi ltuiUa
tn.Mi ho llilnka the wink mii be Iln
Ished In t vo sessions or a Wte'.t t ich
.;. .;. .;. . .;. . .;. . .;. .;. . .;. .;. .j. .;. . .;.
miuilcatloa or tho 4th lns(,ant a"d fu'
1) note tho contents of tho same.
On Ihe (,th the Cont'illtee or Seven
was callo.1 to a meeting und the Mine
was preseate 1 titr rontlilpratlon, wllh
an ottlclul commimlcatian from the
llourd of Heullli on Iho aunie cubjert
I legifct veiv much to epiesi the
luillgnatloii fcollug of tho members o!
ihe Committee or Seven townnlt. Hi'
action th it lend Ml .1. Lor Wallnch
to lofiiso Ihe advleo or )oui .lliino.
bio Coma.'ttoe id Ten, Is sue a In
lea'le :h-t tho hope which evi u '
wlth'n i, J nail tho 527 I'otllloaon,
shot id tans he extinguished
On bthu I or tho 527 I'otltloueis the
Coiiiultten oi Severn ej.tonds their
mint sluceio thanks to )our lionoi
i. Iilw CommitUc of Ten, the public and
Mr Chits. K. Notle), who huvoT lined
with one mind und fought foi our poor
iiurmtuuato life and the causo or Hu
Tho Commlttco or Coven, feeling
Ihnt thi'V 1 in mi uothlat, iiioro lo do,
I am veiy i.orry that this lottor wlU
not loach you In tlmo foi oni meet
ing on Saturday.
Chnlrnnn. Comnilttee ot Seven
rr xy m. i2zS
M. SMfienw, Ltd., -Haberdashers
A NEW STOCK jut crrivcJ, made of golden and
weathered oak. Extremely handsome. Prices ranging
frm $70. to $1C0. Cor.c in and look them over.
Coysi Furaaitux'e Co.
fmX3WiH n ' si pir
HADE IN KAUPAKULUA, MAUI.
A HOWE PROBUCT
A FINE TABLE WINE OF EXCELLENT BOUQUET
by nil wholesale and r-tail
nil cnloons. TRY IT.
WALTER F. DRAKE
(Continued from J'ise 1)
Thomas thin mo ntag ' It Is a pie 1 1
me tn go ovoi tho books und ue
counta of nn ofllte conducted ns this
one lias beon. I II lid Mi. Drakes nc- j
(limit absolutely unreel, even up to
four-tontli3 (f a cent rash, stampi, I
and over) thing, Thn 1'h a fact. The i
department on one of Its foi ins wants
ovoiythlng In even rents, nnd 1 hud I
to (nil tho four-tentiiH of a (cut it
cent, und then wrllo n note or exppi
nutlon. I mn glud wo hnvo u col
eclor lll.o Wultor Drake. Ilo knows
Pitt business " j
Dinko's appointment Is n popular.
one, ns Is nttestrd by the mill) (on
M.itttl itlnus he has received
4 .Be '
Bulletin Bi'sir.ev. OPee Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 1S5.
with ofilce or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADSfor mempranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL for daily ref
crcncc. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
There is nothing quite so delight
ful as an auto ride to Haleiwa. The
roads arc in fine condition just
rnough rain to settle the dust, and
now packed hard.
ST. CLAIR BIDG00D
in a 'GOOD dress-suit, and so ORDINARY in an ordinary
dicss-suit, that STEIN-BLOCH diesoei-s wonder why every
raan docs not wear suits tailored by the STEIN-BLOCH ex
Get ready for the swcllcsl event of the ceason the
UNIVERSITY CLUB BALL. AH of the swjcll people will bo
there, and so you r.tU3t go, and wear one of our dres3
suih or Tuxedos. Wc have Dress-suits, Tuscdos, Dicss
shuts, Tics, Collars, White Vests, Muffleis.
Fort and Merchant St
wine and lin.;.or dialers and
E Popular. Prices I
G-ood to Eat
Alexander Young Cafe, j
ARE STILL OPEN
Acccmn-.cdaticr.s unequaUd any
where on tho beach.
lYoa'll Go Home ,
I in fine- shape if ou have a
I bite of hot lunch with us
I after tha day's work.
(Billy Howell's Place)
Fins ob Prlntlne at ih Bulletin.