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KVKNINO nUMJiTIN. HONOLULU, T. II , WnDNKSIMY, FHI1. 12. lOOR.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street. Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every tlay except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wtilluco R. Pnrrlt-ijjton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Aihl Mia that lie Ih not behind
tho gitb.igc scheme, hut his views
.priniiih ioiiu.de-exactly with thoc
ol the men hehliul It
it I, safe to Bnj that the membcis
uf the Chamber of Common c, when
thev meet thin iifteinoon lo dim us?
' the I'enrl Hnrboi mntler. will not let
the discouraging new Intel) reic-lvcd
affect them In im othei w i thun
(lint It will cause them to boost nil
Supcrv Ikih An her In lo bo on
giiituliited on the fart that he hat
Eteppod out of the ling of gaibagc
CchmncrH Ilia action will take the
wind out or the wills of tho remain
ing din, anil, ccn If lila lonveisloti
K mine n weo lilt late. It was still In
time to wue the Count) from a voiy
THE AMERICANIZING PROCESS.
'What Is to he the ultimate effect
on Ameiiinii Institutions of the vast
inrush of foielgners from distant
t nun tries Is a question asked with
apprehension bj many perbons. Not
n few of the questioners fear that tho
very pillars of tho republic will bo
shaken by the swelling tide of mixed
licoples from lands where liberty and
gcir-govcinmont are practically un
known. An Kngllsh Investigator
who Is contributing n scries of ar
ticles from this country to the Lon
don Times on American Immigration
takes no such gloomy view. Ho
.wiles In one of his latest articles:
"I, for my p-irt, although by no
means Inbenslblo to the deep and tint
cjsal upheaval that has been In
volved in the Incoming of these mil
lions of immigrants, am stilt con
vinced, from mj observation of na
tives and aliens duilng the months
that I havo been in closo personal
xmtact with them In all parts of
tills (ountrv, that the foundations of
American thought, lellglon, charac
ter, and tvpo icmaln unimpaired. '
To mj mlud tho effect of Amer
ican life and American Institutions Is
one of tho most extraordinary ptm
i.onienn of all history, and I find my
bclf less skepth.il than many Anieil
( a u.i In regard to the power of Amci
Ic.in democracy to pcislst and pievail
b tiniisfoimtug Its aliens Into na
tives, In fact us well ns in name, h
the new social and political responsi
bilities which nro Immedlutclv laid
upon them and bj vvhicli, almost
from tho da of their anlval, thej
i' io involved In a new bchcme of eth
ical Incentive and constraint "
'I ho w riter goes on to say that
"American chnriictci is tho result of
:i gieat Ideal untlringl puisued -
the Ideal of moral order founded on
UMpeet foi self ami for others, that
Is, on poihonal dignity and woith
As his inquiries piocced, this eorre
spoiulcnt s.i)8, ho continually teenies
more ovidenco of "tho unprecedented
absorbent powor of tho Ameilran
,e.,p,8 , wi.cn ... n, .no oiveiso
Helmuts pouting Into their countrj,
one new nation has boon made " Ho 1
t 1.. !! .. .. ...
tcstllks further that ho has met here
numerous Immigrants whom ho
Know In their native lands, most of
thorn Itusslan Jews "In ninny In
stances," ho biijs, "it has seemed to
mo that tlieli fll.ei, their tlbsuc, the
convolutions of their brains, their
veiy nnivo lluld had been i bunged by
the genial and potent Inlluenco of
Anicilc.in national life"
We do not hellevo this to bo nn
overstatement of tho effect of Amor
lean institutions on tho aroused and
eagei foreigner who has gained n new
standing as u man along with the
new oppoi Utilities which this coun
try 'opens to him. lint even this is
not tho vvholo litorv America Is
AmoriinnlzluK Hutopo to a consider
ublo degreo us a lesult of Immigra
tion. Tho worKoi theio finds condi
tions improving for him at home be
cause his vvniL Is In greater (Jomand
Ih.inJ.efoio, now thnt so tunny woik
cis have cono to tho United stales
Jtoturnlng Immigrants carry Ameri
can Ideas back to Innumerable Hiiro
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Cm 1 1 a Hi I st'rtit a Honolulu
4t iftl t!t m uter
FEBRUARY 12, 1908
MAGAZINES AND BOOKS
MR. OPPENHEIM'S NEW NOVEL
The llrc.it Seeict" la tho title nt
i: Phillips Oppcnlielm's now novel,
published by Little. Ilrown &. Co,
Iloston. In this new story Sir Op
lienhelm deals with u stupendous lu
ter'niitlomil conspiracy In tho samo
interest-compelling manner that
rhaincterlres his moat popular stor
ies An American girl possessing
both beauty anil brains furnishes tho
r.uthoi with a most captivating hcio
li.e. "The (lre.it Secret" will contain
ten raplt.il full-pngo illustrations by
C D. Williams.
"JANET OF THE DUNES"
Upsides V. I'll 1 1 II pa Oppcnlielm's
novel, "The Ore-it Secret," Little,
Ilrown k Co published .i new story
hv Martlet T Conistoek, entitled "Ja
net of the Dunes" JIis Comstock,
known ns the nuthoi of two admir
able historical romances of the dass
f KUnboth, "Towci or Throne," and
' The Queen's Hostage," has now pro
duced n story that In construction
and human Interest surpasses any
thing she has hitherto written. Tho
scenes in ".lunet of tho Dunes" aie
laid on the dunes of Long Island, In
( ml around tho summer homes of a
colony of artists.
SOME DOOKS THAT
Little, Drown & Co announce n
10th printing. 10 000 copies, of "Aunt
Jnno of Kentucky," by Hllza Calvert
Hall ,the most popular work of fiction
bj a new utitlinr publlslied In 1907. n
fifth printing of ' Tho llreath of tho
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
The Great Natural Wonder of the
Tho i omul trlii can bo mado In
tour dnvs, and costs only SI2..r,0. Com
fortublo tiausportatlon, good hotels,
varied Keener j, picturesque, novel,
Don't bo dissuaded fiom taking tho
trip. You will bo borry If you leave
tho Volcano out of jour itlnor.uy.
l'or thkets and lufoimntlou ic-
g.udlug the trip apply to
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Tpii nrrpo nf nirpannlA lnn1 nl Ufa.
J W ...., WMW !, -
jmwa Qmi locatwn More land
ndjoinillK if desired
tj,i,i, ;. p'nii.. tt;ii. ai .
, u...,..b a.,, 1uiii.ji. m, ,-
COO sq. ft. Owner will accent mort
Bage for full purchase price of land
provided buyer builds house.
TOR RENT FURNISHED
Hotel Street $50.00
Prospect Street $50.00
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Kinau Street $35,00
Lunalilo Street $25,00
Young Street $25.00
King Street $25.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Kewalo Street $22.50
King Street $15.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Matlock Avenue $25.00
Emma Street $24,00
Beretania Street $40.00
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
Ho generous and phi
laiitluopic nlong right
lines, but don't let' our
generosity run to such
length thnt you pay
tribute (rent) to u
landlord nil jour lire.
He our own landlord
and pay rent to our
bcir, nnd ou will ho
hnppler and moro pios
perous. Tho tlmo to
bn Is now. See Ticnt
Tiust Co, Ltd., ror
Sm 1wU LoM
Oods," by Sldno) McCnll (Mniy Me
.Veil IVnollosa), a sixth printing or
"Ilobln Hood Ills Hook," bj Hva
Match Tnppan, a third printing of
"Tho Stars and Stripes and Other
Anicrlran rings," bv lvicg I) Hani
son, n second printing or "In tho llai
bour of Hope," In Mury Kllzabeth
Illako; a second printing of "Uojs of
the Hordor." b Maiy H. Wells Smith,
a third printing or "John Harvard and
Ills Times," l.j Ilenrv C. Shello , nlso
second printings of "The Optimists
Good Moiiilng" bj I'lorence Hol.nrt
I'erln; "What Can a Young Man Do?"
by I'rank W. Uolllns; 'Tho North
Star," by JI. H Iicurj Itumn, third
printing of "Enoch Slrone, a Muster
of Men," by K. l'hllllpa Oppenheim,
fourth printing of "The Man nnd Ills
Kingdom," by Oppenhcln; eighth
piloting of "Tho Mnstei Mummer,'
by Oppcuhelm, nnd a ninth pi luting
of "The Ooldcn Windows," b) Lnuin
A STUDY OF DEMOCRACY.
Theru is luinlly a seiies of social
political racts more blgnlllcant lo one
who believes In (leinocracj, or to one
who wishes to resist democracy tin
derstandlnglj, than those which havo
necompenltd tho development or the
Swiss Commonwealth Theso facts
Mr. Llod has Bought Into htudloiislj,
appreciatively, fnlrl, and presented
with cleat ness nnd Insight In "A Sov
ciclgn People," which Double-da Page
A: Co publish.
THE AVERAGE MAN.
The Outlook Tor tho Average Man"
by Albert Shaw. Tho McMillan Co.,
l'ubllbhcrs, rifth Ave.. N V. Heie Is
a book bj ono or tho most Influential
editors In tho United States, who lb
nlso a well trained Btudent of pollt
lc.il and economic subjecti,, addressed
directly to tho young men who nro
Mopping out Into n world where, Dr
Shaw believes, the oppoitunltles are
as good as were those ot their rath
eis. Conditions aro now- different. It
Ib true, nnd theso nro stated, but tho
author iI(iuh not theorlzo upon them
much. Itathoi ho devotes hluiBclf to
giving practical nuswers to tho ques
tion In eve-rj thoughtful, oung cit
izen's mind, What shall bo my ix.sl
lion with le-fe-re-nco to the problems
or social economics, or business nnd
or government, which present them
selves lu mj clrclo or activities?
Dr Shaw's great experience, both
as a man ot nffnlrs and as a student
or economics, nnd his brilliant giftn
or exposition, are evident In this
work, whoso five chapters have the
following titles: Tho Avouigo Man
Under Changing Economic Condltloiu.
Present Koonomlo Problems; Our
Legacy fiom a Ccntim ot I'louceih,
The Iluslnoss Career and tho Com
inanity; Jeffe-rbon'a Doctilues Under
Anything siuh a man has to bay
along the.ui linos Is likely to bo In
tensely Interesting and stimulative,
and the book tan bo heartily iccom
mended. REFORM IN OVERD03ES.
Foi the past ear or two tho coun
try has been given rather a drastic
treatment In tho lntoicst of reform
BEST IN THE
Fort St. P. O. Box 710.
riyVMhWittiffc t.mrt -
: rruni the grocer -store philosopher
to tho president of a womnn's club,
from the space writer to tho Presl
dent of tho United Slntes. overybody
hns been prescribing lor his or her
Hut tliero Is another sb'c of tho
question. Wo are In danger of tnk
Ing mi ovcrdosu or nntldou foi an
overdose of enre
If wo need to guard agilust tho
amateur phjslclnn even more do we
need to guaid against the ugliness if
on unwilling convalescence
Supposo wo admit that the present
financial situation Ib In some degice
due to tho excessive 7rnl of lefonn
trs. Shall wo then tlrow reform out
or tho window?
Is It truo that men will not Invest
In stocks bcrauso or ilio agitation
Or is it truo that now thnt wo know
how our Napoleons of Itiuiio pvia
mid their Investnn nU, reorganize
their railroads, poeke' tl o proceeds
of Block Issues, and m-il.- uius on
tiuct companies to nut tlvals out of
business, wo prefer to put our none
Reforms cannot be undono by at
tacking reformers That Is only to
deepen th. plain citizen J suspicion o'
Wo lire- learning something elso be
sides the need ot discounting tho en
thuslasm of reformeis We- havo bceu
taught tho advantages of leform.
The lovo of r.ili plav guarantees
that tho effect of an overdose will bo
lcctlflod. Self Interest should load
men who aro exploiting tho present
unreasonable- llniiiiel.il crisis In the
Interest of icnctlon lo see that their
criticisms will be liikui for sjinptoins
lequlrlng still Itirther treatment.
Wo expect . convalescents to he
cross, but when tlie attempt to kill
their doctors we- put them Into strait
jackets. IMIlorlal In The World To
Day, for January
At 4 o'clock isle-iday afternoon
the man luge of Miss Ada M. Coster
to Mr. Hubert IJudlatid llodo was sol
emnized In tho presence ot n largo
number or fi lends lllshop Hestnr
lik performed the ceremoii. The
bride was supported b Mi. John XL
MacKinnon, who gave her away She
vviiB prettily gowned in white, tariy
Ing a bouquet of white- loses. Mis.
S H. Damon vvns tho million of hon
oi. Tho groom's best man was Mr
1). W. Anderson. The Hawaiian baud
was present unit plnved tho Lohen
grin Wedding Maidi and tho Men
delssohn Wedding March.
Following the ceremony tho newly
ni.ii rled couple p.ibbcd down tho atslo
out of tho chinch, where they wcio
showered with, rice by their friends.
1'ioin there they drove down to tho
Oihu Hallway depot on their way to
Halclwa to spend tho honeymoon.
Pie-sent nt the church were: Mrs
S M. Damon, Mrs. II. 11. Itcstarlck,
Piesldcnt nnd Mrs. Grllllths, Mr, and
Mis. Paul Isenberg, Hev. and Mrs.
.1. W. Wadman, Hev. nnd Mrs. llliss,
Hev. K T Simpson, Hev. A. C. Hull,
Dr. ond Mrs. W. L. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. H Kopkc, Mr. and Mis. Charles
L. Ithoilcs, Miss Illair, Mrs. Douglass,
Mr. and Mis Trunk Damon, Dr. and
Mis, C. II. Coopci, Mr. A. J. IllacU
innu. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Feb. 11, 1008,
From 10:30 n. m. to 4 p. m.
K Nngat.i to U Tnshlio et ill. ... IIS
Kalelokamoku Annliu to S K Ku-
T Cllve Davlos ct al to Liupahoe-
hoo Sugar Co L
Wm H Castle nnd wt to Cliailia 1'
Tcr of Haw-all by Supt Pub Wks to
O.ihu lt & Land Co 1)
Kaneohc Haueh Co Ltd to Sam Wo
Llhiio lllla to ManJIro Koike D
Entered for Record Feb. 12, 1908,
Trom 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. ra,
Alexander Mackintosh to Wm L
A fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
We have just received n
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prices are very reason
able. H. F. Wichman & Co.
Mi I ..m jbt-l&fUL4ji.4A..,.,.m4Ah$iiL
Thinki fe-ru na Is a WcttUrfut
KH33 ANNIE HENDriEN.l
"I fe-ol bolter than I havo for over
four years. I havo taken several bottle
of l'crnna and ono bottlo ot Manalln.
"I can now do all my work In tho
house, mlllc tho cows, tako caro of tho
mill:, and so forth. think Pcruna It a
most nnderful medicine.
"I believe, I wuuld bo ill bed to-day if
I had not written to you for advice. I
had taken all kinds of medicine, but
nono did mo any good,
"Portina hns inndo mo it n ell and
happy girt. I can nover say too much
Not only women of rank and leisure
pralso Pcruna, but tho Industrious, uso
f ul women engaged In honest toll v ouM
not bo without Dr. llartman'i world
renowned remedy. ,
Tho Doutor has prescribed It for many
thousand women every je'ar and ha
Bevcrfalls to rocelva a multitude, of let
tersliko tho above, thanking him for
his ndvico, and opoclally for tho won.
dorful benefits received from Pcruna.
The following vvholesalo druggist"
will supplv tho retail trndo
Heiison, Smith & Co., Honolulu,
Honolulu Ding Co, Hawaii
Recorded Feb. 5, 1008.
Kuhluu (w) to lames Aiiiiblrong
et ul, L; It P 171, Kill 71.18, Aps 1
and 2, Manau.1, Hvva, O.ihu; lu is
nt $10U per r. H -9S, p tlfc. Dated
Keb 4, 1908.
Florence H Dovo and hsb (C V 13)
to Kiithciluc C Cooper; I), pois On
JOi'iO and 259.1, Ap IS, nnd int In
Doilch Ave, Nuuanu valloy, llono
lulu; S2100 nnd mtg $3000. H 1102,
1. 71. Dated Dec C, 1907.
Wm II Ilarbottlc-yto Al.au; L; por
It P Si'.SS, Kui 21.17, ptrt 2, Kn pa
llium, Honolulu; G yrs nt Jul pet r.
II 29S, p 100. Dated Nov 2.', 1907.
Wm II Hnibottle to Akau; Can L;
poi U P 3"iiS, Kill 2937. part 2, Ku
pal. nn. i, Honolulu. 11 29b, p KIU.
Dated Nov 22, 1907.
Foley C lluzzol to Thos (1'indall;
Itel, U P 2102, Kill ur9, I'.iuu.i, Ho
nolulu; S.Tfu. 11 301, p 70. Dated
Nov 7. 1905.
Castle & Withinglon to Thomas
aandall; Kel: 11 P 2102, Kill !r9,
tents, etc, P.ition, Honolulu; S2IJ0. H
101, p 77 Dated ,lau 29, 1908.
Thomas Cnnd.ill mid wf to William
Willlambon; M; It P 2102. Kill 9r,9.
rents, wulei i.ites, e-le, P.iuo.i, Hono
lulu; $200. II .101, p 77. Dated Jail
Will Wllll.iuiM.u tr lo Kaueoho
Itlio Mill Co Ltd; I); Int In It P
79.r.S, Kill 2720, Ap 2, Paala.i-kal,
Wnlaluu, Oihu; SI. 11 302, p 77.
Dated .Ian 28, 190S.
DIG CRATER FOUND.
lb no (Niv) lauuiiv -."". Whllo
KIU i lilnn Ihc wllibt of tin iiioiiulalii
M. McSnerny, Ltd., Haberdashers,
Cpr. Fort and Merchant Sts.
JLJL1 Hi. i
A NEW STOCK jjist arrived, mnde of golden nnd
weathered oak. Extremely handsome. Prices ranging
from $70. to $150. Come in nnd look them over.
Coyne FuraituFe Co.
X OlUJg JDlti.
MADE IN KAUPAKULUA, MAUI.
A HOME PRODUCT
A FINE TABLE WINE Or EXCELLENT BOUQUET
by all wholesale nnd retail wine and liquor dealers and by
all saloons. TRY IT.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The nurc-bicd Jersey Bulls, 0j;bway of Y. B A. J. C. C, No. C0247,
and Gucnon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. G2304, at service at $10.
TeL-22 The Fond Bairy
ranges of Hlko count to locate- a hid
ilen mine- which Is heating $7 0'l(i
monthlv lor Indians or tho noilheasi
e-iii p.ut or Nevada, Flank Wintci
miner and Asbcmblvmau, time weel.s
ago located the erale-i- of an i-xtlm t
II is about tluco miles across tho
mouth of tho ciatc-r. It eiests one of
tho penks or the largo laugu lu that
portion or tho Stnto.
Wlnte-i told tho faculty of the
Smithsonian institution or his find,
giving a good description of the
ground and formations, with (ho ie
rult that he litis received a letter fiom
Piofezsor It. K Wallace, stating thai
a part will como to Novad i lu tho
bprlng to eploie tho old crater.
Tho Armour Packing Compaii,
Swift & Co, Moirltt & Co. and tho
Cudahy Packing Compaii havo begun
arguments bcfoio tho United States
.Supic-mc court sustaining tho govein
incut lu Its piohccutlou for lebates
under the Klklns law.
Nils Nlelson, teiide-i of tho light
house on tho New Haven luenkwutei,
committed suicide 1. cutting his
throat He hns saved man lives
He received a modal from Congress
fur hc-iolsm Loneliness unbalanced
with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref
prence. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
in a GOOD dress-suit, anil so ORDINARY in an ordinary
dress-suit, that STEIN-BLOCH dicssers wonder why every
man docs not wear suits tailoicd by the STEIN-BLOCH ex-pcits.
Get ready for the sv elicit cyent of the season tho
UNIVERSITY CLUB BALL. All of the swell people will be
there, and so you must go, and wear one of our dress
suih or Tuxedos. We have Diess-suits, Tuxedos, Dress
fchirts, Tics, Collars, White Vests, Mufflers.
There is nothing quite so delight-'
ful as nu auto ride to Hnlciwa. The
roads arc in fine condition just
enough rain to settle the dust, and
now packed hard..
ST. CLAIR BIDG0OD..
ARE STILL OPEN
Accommodations uncqualcd nny
whcic on the beach.
Youll Go Home
in fine shape if you have a
bite of hot lunch with us
after the day's work.
(Billy Howell's Placcl
vufa----"'-"' Tift .llWl