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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II TIIl'nSDAY, rnn. 13, 100S.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Miccessor to Mr Holt lias jet been n
IHilnti'd anil I hao tin one In iiilml
now I am open to BiiKKcstlmm Hut
I liopo wo shall bo able to llnd tlio
ilKlit man soon "
From another ntntPinent mailo by
lhi (lovirnor. It Id plilinl that Truaa
uror Campbull hnxtonuil to Rrattp at
Tired Nervous Women
Make Unhappy Home
May's New Old
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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
thu oppornmlty fifforoil by the Inail
vcrltnt p.-viiu'iit to llai bottle of com
missions In oxccds of what ho was en
titled to tlrivv, to draw Holt Into a
lanslo from which he could not cxtrl
Wallace R. Parrlngton,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE,
cato himself ItiBteuil of cnllliic Holt's
attention to the fact that there had
been u mistake, Campbell Instructed
Hnrbottle to cash thu warrants, and
then by veiled questions caused Holt
to falsify his reports to coirect the
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fee made by a New process of gas-roasting. This saves
25 per cent, more of the aromn, which, by the Law of Se
lection, makes it 50 p:r cent, moic pop'Jl" witn Pe0P'c
who use it.
Sold at the stine old price, 25c. the pound. Try some.
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Entered at trie Pmtoflirr nl Honolulu
im m i. ond (.law mitter
FEBRUARY 13, 1908
Another denial that Federal patro
nace Is being used to advance the In
tciests of Tnft has come hot-footed
Irom the White House It Is accom
panied by the "shorter and URller
word " Nevertheless, :nan of those
who aro deep In the political fr.iy
consider this denial on a par with the
annual statement of tho peath-Rrow-irs
of Delaware that the crop Is a
Bho feaied Kussl.i might nttempt to
destroj the Insular empire Her con
duct since the treaty of Portsmouth
would Indicate that she has suddenly
deteunlne.l upon conquest.
Japan may bo the David of the
Orient, she may manage to uphold
her present dominance In that part
of the world; but sho never can se
cure control of the delectablo tcrrl
tor In Asia now held by Great Drlt
aln, and France, and tho 'United
b tat es. and other Powers.
While the war feer continues, tho
Too much had cooking anions the
".iveraEu run" of women Is the cause
or too much bad drinking anions the tober-mlnded statesmen of Japan will
"average inn" of men. What Is com- ' experience tllfllculty in lestralnlng
monly regarded as an appetite for the ardor of the joung Japanese who
drink is In realltj a craving for prop- believe they possess u spirit as ng
er nourishment. Nuture, exhausted gresslve, as martial ns that of the
by toll, falls to And lestoratlon In HoinnnH In tho days when war and
food spoiled by bad cooking, and nn war's alarms were continuous. The
Intoxicating stimulant Is taken to present Inflation will disappear nfti
relieve. If not to satisfy, the subron- n time. Wnsteful expenditures for
sclous want The tiadltlonnl cook- ( military purposes bring hard times.
Ing iccclpts common among the "av- J without prosperity tho belligerency
erage run," degraded by careless fol-'(if an aggresBlvc nation gives place
lowing, by accident, and by tho ln to the temper which favors pence at
competence of overworked women, any cost save that of the sacrlllce or
JIMMIE HOLT UNWISE
have drifted Into a sstcm of cooking
that destros fully one-half the nu
tritive value of food Of all tho -tiavagauce
chargeable to the "iivoi-
age run" of American households. (Continued from Pace 1)
this waste of food by bad cooking la office," icplled the Governor. I have
the greatest, the most Injurious, and not taken any action In his case, he
the most Inexcusable. It can all be cause I nm not ready to make any
.,.......! i. ..in. .!, iri ,n I further changes In tho office until I
by teaching tho girls to
The nutomobllo rnce from Now
York to Paris, which started this
week. Is fraught with possibilities
for future travel over the new route
from the Western Hemisphere to tho
Orient and then on to Europe. The
American and foreign machines left
New York by a path going across
the continent. Then roads will bo
followed to Alaska. Conditions In
the distant territory are decidedly
different from wtmt they were at tho
time argonauts wero Hocking to tho
Klondike. A telegraph lino extends
unbroken from Vnldez to Norton
Bound along the route which tho nu
tomolbles will follow. Without
out doubt, the automobiles will fol
low tho telegraph service without a
break. Iieyond Alaska, tho trip
through tho Siberian wilds may ou"or
great obstacles. Whatever the ol
ttructlons, the enthusiasts now pre
paring to drive their machines on tho
long trip surely will open a new way
from the new world to tho old.
consider further what Is to bo done
toward appointing n succetsor to Mr.
I "Tho ofllco la now In charge of Mr.
Neuly, who was tho first deputy. Ho
will havo charge until wo decide what
to do In regard to a successor to Mr.
1 Holt "
I "Then It w 111 not ho a case of move-
' up?" tho Governor was linked
Well, I don t Know nuoui yiai. rso
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
The Great Natural Wonder of the
Tho lound trip can bo mado In
four days, and costB only $42.50. Com
fortnblo transportation, good hotols,
varied scenery, picturesque, novel,
Don't bo dissuaded from taking tho
trip. You will be borry If jou Jeavo
tho Volcano out of your Itinerary.
For tickets and Information re
garding the trip npply to
JAPAN'S HEAVY BURDXri.
To uphold her Imperialistic pre
tensions, Japan must perpetuate a
burden of taxation which Is decidedly
distasteful fo a majority of the pop
ulation. Hecent dispatches show
that the military pnity has gained
complete ascendancy over tho civil
members of the Japanese cabinet.
This means that the appropriations
for the army and navy during the
years 1908 and 1909 will bo very
The budget for tho years mention
ed, as submitted to the leaders of
both Houses of tho Diet, places tho
army at $35,101,885., ordinary, and
J1S.G03.497. extraordinary. The na
vy appropriation, ordinary, Is plnce I
at $17,405,369 ; extraordinary, $23,-019.0C2.
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
II III 10 III-
nm ms on
Judge Do Holt, in open court this
morning, mado a recommendation
which, If can led Into eltect by the
Legislature, would havo the effect of
saving to the taxpajors of tho Terrl
lory each car a largo amount of
money which thoy nro now required,
unjustly It would seem, to pay out
and for which they get absolutely no
Tho recommendation relnteo to Jurj
fees In civil cnt.es. Tho Judge con
tends that nil civil cases are merely
matters between man and man, and
aro of little or no Intel est to tho pen
plo at Inrge. Nevertheless, tho people
are taxed for tho expenses of all such
ti litis. Not only this, hut a case may
bo set for trial and then a continuance
asked for nm! granted, not only once
but several times. Hnch time the
Jury nppenni, they arc entitled to draw
their feci!, amounting to $7 per dav,
whether thev sit In a. trial or not
Such nn Instance came up this
morning In the ejectment cuo of J O
Carter vsAhuomo Tho care was sot
to be tried this morning, but tho par
ties woro not ready, and ns a conse
quence, it cost tho Territory $72 In
jury fees, with nothing done. In com
mentlng on the matter, the Judge said
"Tho caso that was on trial this
morning, nnd for which purpose I px-
piessly excused tho Jurors jpsterday
morning, and also tho Jury In tho caso
yesterday when we adjourned etiurt
to this morning, tho parties hnvo ap
penred this morning by their attorneys
nnd requested a continuance to n Int
el dato. The reasons upon which
they nsk for a continuance! wero Biich
that It would seem rather haish for
mo to require them to havo gone to
trial this morning, almost Injustice
perhaps, although 1 bellevo under the
law 1 would hnvo been Justified In re
quiring them to go to trial.
"This very forcibly brings to my
mind what I think would bo a very
excellent lnvv for tho Legislature to
pass, thnt nil cases ho placed on the
Jury waived calendar nnd ir tho part)
desires a Jury trial, which the Ccuistl
tutlon of tho United States pi ivlJi
he is entitled to, ho might have tl.a
trial by requesting It nnd miking n
deposit of acertuln amount to cover
Jury fees for ono day or more, such
us In thu wisdom of tho Legislature
the might think proper.
"However, tho party should bo re-
quired to deposit some portion of tho
expenses that tho Teirltory Is re
ciulred to bo put to In furnishing Jur
ors for disposition of cases between
man and man. It will leadlly occur
to any of us that tho Territory has no
direct Interest, possibly no Inteiest at
all, In nny civil caso that comes before
"In tho cato that was up today for
trial, nn ejectment caae. simply n
question between two parties n3 to
who was the owner or certain land, u
is totally Immaterial to tho Territory
who would ho successful In that, nnd
It seems n llttlo harsh that tho lux
pas ere should pay for nil these things
It seins to mo that tho litigants them
selves the lotlng pirty ought to pay
all tho costs, Including Jury fees, or
at least a poitlon of them, And vvhero
a caro Is set down for trial and one
party wants a continuance, I think
that ho should pay for tho attendance
or tho Jurors on that day, rogardleiu
of the result of tho caso. Thero aro
21 Jurors todny, that Is $72. Tho Ter
ritory has to iiny $72 and has nothing
to show for It."
A nervous Irritable woman, often on
tho verga of hysterica, Is a sourco of
misery to oreryono who comes under
her Influence, ond unhappy and mis
Suoh women not only drlvo hus
bands from homo but aro wholly unflt
to govern children.
Tho Ills of women net like ft flro
brand upon tho nerve!, consequently
seven-tenths of tho nervous prostra
tion, nervous despondency, tho
"blue", sleeplessness, ond nervous
Irritability of women arlso from soino
Do you cxporlcnco fits of depression
with restlessness alternating with ex
tremo Irritability 7 Do you suffor
from plns In tho abdominal roglon,
dyspepsia, sleeplessness, and almost
continually cross and snappy? If so,
your nerves nro In a shattered con
dition and you are threatened with
Proof is monumental that nothing
in tho world Is better for nervous
troubles of women than Lyilla 12.
1'lnkhnm's Vegetable Compound,
made from natlvo roots nnd herbs.
Thousands and thousands of women
can testify to this fact.
Mrs. Nelllo Mukham, of 151 Morgan
8t Buffalo, N. Y writes:
Dear Mrs. Plnldinm:
"I wj a wreck from nervous prosirniioa
yttclsns failed to help me. I
tos urged to try 14111a E. nnfcuami
.'eactntilo Compound and I want to tell you
luvl It has entirely cured mo. I think It
I suffered so I did not caro what became of 1
me, and my ramuy despaired 01 my re
covery, niysicians lauot
was urged to
U the finest medlclno on earth and I am
recommending It to all my friends and
Mrs flco. A. Jamc, a life lonf
resident of l'redonla, N. Y writes:
Dear Mrs. rinkham:
"I was In a terribly run down condition
and had liervojs prostration caused by
feinalo trouble, in fart I had not lx-en well
since my children wero bom. Thii con
dition worl.cd on my nerve and I was Ir
litablo and mlsirablc, I had tried many
remedies without getting much help but
Lydla K. rinlcbam Vegetable Compound
brought me bark to health and strength. It
has also carried mo safely through the
Change of Life. I cannot too stronjly
reooipmend your medicine."
Mrs. Pinkham's Imitation to Women.
Women suffering from nny form of
femalo weakness are iuvilod to
communicate promptly with Mrs.
l'inkham, at Lynn, Mass. l'rom tho
symptoms given, the trouble mny bo
located and tho quickest and surest
way of recovery advised. Out of her
vast volume of cxperlenco in treating
fomalo ills Mrs. I'lukhom probably
has tho vary knowlcdgo that will holp
your case. Her advlco is freo and
t'.,o v. Mnlilmm'a Vncrotablo Comoound. mado from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful drugs and today holds tho record for
tho largest number of actual cures of femalo diseases of any modiolus the
world Tins ever known, nnd thousands of voluntary testimonials aro on
fllo in tho laboratory at Lynn, Mass., which toUify to its wonderful valuo,
Lidla E. PlnkhaaVs Yeeetable Compound j a Woman's Hcmcdy for Women's Ills.
.. , ... . , i 1 .
wneru mu money is kuiuk mi iuiuu
from. I guess that 1 must go to Jail. '
..liter on Mis, Atthcrley had n con
ference with Wallach, whom she re
proached bltterlv for pleading guilty,
as tho hnd engaged Attorney Corrcn
to fight his cases, nnd felt no doubt
but thnt ho would have been dis
charged. Ho should havo taken the
advice of his true friends and not
that of Ills oifem lea. I
Mrs. Atchcrlcy, ns,o nnnonnccd
that she. Dr. 'Atchorley nnd Attorney
Straus will conduct the mass meet
ing which Wallach has culled for
next Saturdny, should tho healer by ,
that tlmo bo languishing In durnnco
vile, and thnt thoy will show to tho'
public Cluis. Hookuno, tho patient
whom Wullnch claims to havo cured
of leprosy. V'lillc Wallach wns In '
Jail Or Atchorley will troat tho pa-'
tlents, as ho nnd Mi's. Atchorley had
now been given tho secret of the rem
edies by Wullnch. I
The execution which ls.sue.1 out if
Judge Robinson's court for $212.02
against It. L. tllllllund and In fnvo.- or
the Dowsptt Company, Ltd., hns been
returned b tho High Hheilff total!)
unsatisfied, no pioport.v being found
which could bo levied upon.
Ten acres of pineapple land at Wa
hiawa. Good location. Mote land
adjoining if desired.
Building site: College Hills, 40,
C00 sq. ft. Owner will accept mort-
pniyp for full Toirebnse nripft nf land
The heavy taxation will fall large- . fc r .
ly upon the necessaries of life, Tncio,r
will be an Increase In taxes on sugnr, 1 qt. tjtjwT; FURNISHED
Kerosene, uno. ouier important nr- Hotel Street $50.00
Jvm. .1 .... . I Prospect Street $50.00
hllo he military party appears Kaimuki ?3700
to be bent upon conquest, tho world 1 T
has no reason to fear that Japan will j pQR RENT UNFURNISHED
go to wnr upon the slightest provo- ujnau street . . ....$35.00
cation. Tho amazing growth of tho LaMo street $25.00
Mikado's army and navy Is due to tho Young Street $25.00
enthusiasm of n people who weio Kjng street .'.'.! !'.'.!".!!! !$25i00
aroused to tho Importance of adopt- jjnau street !$30!00
Ing occidental methods because of the ewa,i0 Street .""!""!!!! !$22!50
aggressions of Kussln. When the jfl street ..'.!!!"!!'.! !'.$15!oO
Czar's government compelled the Jap- Aloha Lane ', '. $18 00
unese to renounce tho fruits of their j,iat0CIc Avenue '.'!!!.'!!!!! !$25!00
victory with the Chinese, the Klder Emma street $24.00
Statesmen in Toklo determined to Beretania Street ?40.00
IIIVIHH V IUI tliu um it iivytt tlltll Ullli-
try might humble the hudghty Mus
covlte In tho dust. The opportunity
came during tho disagreement over
the Mnnchurlnn question. Japan
would have tho world bollovo that
sho went to war principally because
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
WALLACH FINED $400.
(Continued from T-atre 1)
tlnce ho whb last in the clutches of
the law. Ho wns Informed that ho
was not, nnd nnswercd thnt in that
case ho expected that more chnrgo3
would he preferred against him, as
soon na ho got out of his piesent
Wallach was nr.kcd If ho wns going
to pay his line or go to Jail.
"I havo no monoj with which to
pay It," ho answeied, "and tho Ateh-
crloys haven't elthor I don't know
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Ho generous nnd phi
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InmUoid nil your life,
lie vour own landloid
and pay rent to jour
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buy Is now. Beo Trent
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Simk 1jmfr fecf fi(
A fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
Ve have just received a
large assortment of Stylish
COMES of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prices are very reason-n'lle.
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For Sidebonc Spavin, Ringbone,
Enlarged Tendons, and old and per
sistent cases of lameness.
SAFE CURE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like npgio 011 shoulder, hip,
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P?SW ' 'H
Obtainable at ell druggists anil
k SONS, Honolulu
P. O. Dox 716.
There is notlting quite so delight'
iul as an auto ride to Haleiwa. The
roads aie in Anc condition just
enough rain to settle the dust, and
now packed hard.
You'll Go Home
in fine shape if you have a
bite of hot lunch with us
after the day's work.
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A NEW STOCK just arrived, made. of golden and
weathered oak. Extremely handsome. Prices tanging
from S70. to $150. Coec in and look them over.
Coyne Furniture Co.
is the modern illuminant. You can read in your library
by an incandescent lamp with ground globe, and you will
have light that is as strong as daylight, yet softer, and
more evenly diffused.
It has a clear, steady light, nnd gives off no heat or
Have us wire your house for electricity.
Hawaiian Electric Co., IecL,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. PJIOxJE 300,
with offlce or pocket
DIARIES-for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily rcf- j
erence. fcacu or nu to tic nnu at
Thrum's Book Store
(Billy Howell's Place)
MADE IN KAUPAKULUA, MAUI.
a hq;me product
A FINE TABLE WINE OF EXCELLENT BOUQUET
by all wholesale and rutail wine nnd liquor dealers and by
all saloons. TRY IT.
are still open Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
where on the beach,
The pure-bred Jersey Bulb, Ojihway of Y, B A. J. 0. C. No. G0247,
nnd Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, Ho. 62304, at service nt 10.
ITeisoji . The Fond Dairy