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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T H . TUESDAY. KKI1. 2r., 190S.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly isued on Tuesday of each week.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in tke Territory
The time to establish a McKlnley
memorial Is right now. while the
High School Is building.
jnpaneso residents arc beginning
to Ret their funds together for the
entertainment of the Fleet. Aro thy
to eet the pace for the citizens?
The Tax Commission wants sug
gestions. Now where nre all these
people who' have been howling down
theUnx system all these years?
What better permanent memorial
could you ask than the McKlnley
High School? The surprleo is t.lnt
It has not been thought of before.
The man who doubts the vnjuc o
Honolulu's floral nnd pa-u parade has
reared to make himself heardnnd.
next year should find htm nn enthu
';ngici3 would Indeed gnln a
nime for Itself If It Blioulil let Pearl
i!u bo.- go by tho board nnd spend
.lours, diys and weeks discussing a
prohibition law for the Territories.
Those Kastern persons petitioning
ugalnst an Increase of tho Navy aie
merely paving the way to pray for
more souls sacrificed in n war that
can never' be for-the nation. that Is
i - -
Prosldent Uoosevelt's latest mes
mge Is characterized by the Trusts
ns the ravings of a disordered mind.
That- does not mean than what he
says Is not founded on fact and
Henry Vlda's withdrawal from tho
Republican party leaves thc-genhilj
lltnry nvallablo for tho Civic Tedr-,
atlon, provided he will accept servlco
In tho ranks from which Achl grad
uated to Labor party politics.
Experience Is proving that there Is
more honest politics In straight par
tlzanBhlp than can bo discovered In
the scheme that Involves changing
ulleglance according to the offers of
the crowd that will glvo tho most.
Judge Dole's representation of tho
Grand Jury as the public consclciico
Ills the case when tho warped con
science Is not evidenced by a preju
diced Jury drawn with u view to
using the machinery of Justice to
The Garden island says thoro Is n
rumor that the Republican precinct
club should moot to prepare for the
coming Territorial Convention. That
Is ono ciEe where rumor got right In
'Ino with fact. The sooner tho pre
cinct clubs wake up tho better.
People from all parts of the Islands
nro having their attention brought to
tho public schools by the enthusiasm
of the children working In their gar
dens. May tho citizens do their
nhnro In convincing tho pupils of the
dignity of agricultural labor. Then
wo uhull have an end of tho talk
about the public schools educating
tho youth of tho Territory "nwuy
from tho land."
Representative J. I. Sllva's protest
against the proposed sale of sand lots
on Knual has all tho earmarks of be
ing based on good sense. Tho exclu
sive sisal feature nppcala to tho pub
lic as an orrpr, If thero Is opportunity
for other Industries to be developed.
Tho thought of ambitious citizens he.
ing.sliiit out Is not pleasing to tho
people headed towurd traditional
The man who brought the skylark
' to Hawaii has Ingratiated himself to
all who live here. Hi valley and
plain nbout Honolulu, and oven In
tho sparsely settled districts of tho
r.tlicr Islands. tho song of tho skylark
cun now be heard almost any morn
ing or ovenlng. Tuko an curly-morning
stroll up Mnnon Valley and hear
the happy notes of this lovoly pilgrim
of tho air.
Ei:iTctI at the INntnfTic at Honolulu
4h iri i.ikI la nutler.
FEBRUARY 25, 1008
THE CHILDREN'S HOSflTifL.
(Vrtnlnh the philanthropic citi
zens of Honolulu should be able to
find the nineteen thousand dollars
that will stive the Children's Hospital
entorprlso from disaster.
There Is no denying the fart that
money Is not as Jlbcrally scattered
about as It was In boom days, but
this Territory has nevertheless en
Joyed n degreo of prosperity that
should give Its men of wealth a sur
plus for overy good cause.
Th.it the Children's Hospital comes
within the range of proper philan
thropic Investments Is not to be I
doubted. Do not let the good work
tall by the wayside.
THE M'MNLEY HIGH SCHOOL.
Of nil tho many plans presented nvr tlle 8tntllc or Hawnlliin-stono
for the .McKlnley Memorial none has!rhaft nB , best Boltlton of u mt..
been moro attractive than that Pre-! .!, tmt must be adapted to a llm-
ented by Principal M. M. Scott for
the McKlnley I(lgh School.
The outline given by Mr. Scott
tliould satisfy the people who partic
ularly favor a memorial In the form
of a statue. It Is proposed to place :i
fniEt of the late President nt tho en
trance to the school.
An endowment for the library of
tho ol'!Mt public school In tho Ha
waiian Islands iwd'tlio designation of
IN GRAND ERUPTION
Liauid Fire has risen in the pit
125 feet and is rising at the rate of
J Visitors report the awful grandeur
tf the scene boyond description.
Theee periods of Intense activity nro
nt as a rule of long duration. Don't
delay our visit to this world-wonder;
don't miss the opportunity of a
lifetime; don't bo dissuaded from tak
ing the trip.
Tho S. S. "CLAUDINK" will leavo
Honolulu for 1 1 Ho on I'rlday, Febru
ary 28th, at live o'clock p. in.
Sho Is n fine Iron stcamqr, fast and
Secure your passage at once.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts. .Honolulu
Ten acres of pineapple land at Wa
hiawa. Oood location. More land
adjoining if desired.
Building site: College Hiili, 40,
COO sq. ft. Owner will accept mort
gage for full purchase price of land
provided buyer builds house.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Hotel Street S50.00
Prospect Street '550.00
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Kinau Street S35.00
Lunalllo Street $25.00
Xoung Street , . . .$25.00 1
King Street $25.00
Kinau Street $30.00 1
Kewalo Street $22.50 !
King Street $15.00 1
Aloha Lan 918.00
Matlock Avenue $35.00
Emma Street $24.00
Dcittania Street $40.00
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
1 ,..Li.i.f,.A'i',;..A. . ,.m,
Sjiiid mk- &).$
One of the choicest build
ing sites in Manoa. Over G
acres of land. Five mill-
, utcs' walk from end of car
line. Beautiful view of
mountains and sea. Land
-cleared and suitable for
cultivation of pineapples or
for small farming. The en
tire piece will be sold at a
very low figure.
5wJ; 1mJc hkCtt
IIU' .' ! ,i , ' J ',!
the new school building ns tho Mc
Klnlcy High School would be a guar
antee of permanence that none can
gainsay. Through ycais of piogress
nnd enlarged school houses to meet
the growing demands of an increas
ing population, tho High School of
Honolulu will always remain the Mc
Klnley School, nnd thus the name of
McKlnley must bo more permanently
plnnted In the minds of the people
than In nny other way. Though tho
structure now building should In fu-
turo years be replaced by one tnoro
elaborate, nnd Imposing, It would still
be the McKlnley High School.
As timo has passed with nothing
done, this nancr lias been Inclined to
ltcd amount of money.
The McKlnley High School propo
sal Fatlsllcs'aU the natural demands
of"n memorial, and particularly for
the man McKlnley. President Mc
Klnley had to struggle to gain hK ed
ucation. He appreciated the value
and the Importance of tho public
rclionl, both as a boy and as tho First
Citizen of the Republic. V William
McKlnley's brother, David wns for n
number of years a resident of this
cltv nnd during that time was fur
nishing William funds by which he
might secure a better education.
President McKlnley moro than any
other President preached tho do-tilno
ol the lovo of tho Hag. And It ".t
largely through his counsel that the
Hag has become, permanently placed
abovo tho public schools throughout
the length nnd breadth of the land.
What's more, tho developing High
School needs money for Its library In
order that the pupils may have handy
rourccH of information.
There Is no better purpose to
which the McKlnley memorial funds
enn bo devoted. The Institution Is
the hlghest-grado public school In
this Territory, which President Mc
Klnley brought under the American
No moro fitting memorial has been
suggested. Expended in tho manner
proposed, tho monoy will serve tho
best Interests of tho city unL.thn na
tion ns long as tho public school ami
the nation survive.
Let tho McKlnley memorial of Ha
waii bo the McKlnley High School,
with its McKlnley stntua and McKln
ft a n
TemperatuioB n. m 70; S u. in.,
73; 10 u. in.. 72; noon, 75; morning
llarnmoter S a. in.. 29.DS; absolute
humidity. S -i. m n.lll nralns per
cubic foot; rolatlvo hunildl y, 5" it. m.,
73 per cent; dew point. 8 n. in., til.
Wind fi a. in.. -velocity C, direction
K.; 8 a. m. velocity I, dl-jctlou K.;
10 n. in., velocity 0, direction S. 13.;
noon, velocltv 12, direction S.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended S a.
m.. .0') Inrli.
Total nine! inovonieut (hiring 24
hours ended :i' noon, lf. m'l a
VM 11 STOCKMAN.
Faction fllrlor I' P Wonton'' Daman.
1 'H!.! ..ADAL33
; rtci.icct mm
: ALL TK ATS NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
P. O. Dox 718.
K "1 had hot paid much nttcti- )(
Hon to the II u I I e 1 1 n ' a ag- M
t rlcultural competition until tho it
X other day when I made u trip H
A mound this Island and saw K!
x. what Is being done by tho chll- )1
X drcn nt llnuula," said W. II.
Mclncruy to a Ilulletln man .si.
k yesterday. X
. "If nil the children In nil the. .(
schools me as Interested ns if
a they aro nt (lunula, they nro ".'
x doing great work. Tho chll-
drcn not 'only have their vege- x
it tnblo gardens for tho compctl- ft,
. Hon, but the enterprlso has ox- )t
t tended ft) the whole school yard. .if
x you can appreciate what they x;
p havo done by comparing tho x1
x school yard with tho places that x
; surround the school. It Is like x.
x tin oasis in a desert. n.
ft "When the children first ft.
.x started in they had no water to !f
x supply their gardens. They In- if
" teres'ted Mr. Howling, who Is In it.
x charge of Mr. Castle's entcrprls- ft.
x es nnd ho laid a water plpo to ,x
' their grounds. They have wa- x.
K tcr from nine In tho morning to .
x two In the afternoon. Tho it
w whole thing appealed to mo as a .
x mighty good scheme" X
;i From other parts of tho Isl- if
it anils reports of clmllar Import n
x. nro coming In. Dr. Goodhue, 'x.
.x. who takes a deep Interest In tho .x
H schools of Kona, says that tho x
x Interest aroused among the chll- x
dren Is showing Its good effect x
it even outside the schools. Th"
: ltulletlu competition Includes
x only vegetable gardens but the x.
x children arc devoting them- if
x selves to all forms of Improve- K
x incut in 'tho school yards nnd jt
.a many homes are showing tho in- ..
x iliicnco of the work at school. t
x. As already reported In this .if
paper tho parents nt Walinea, if
x Kauai, have Joined In the good x
ii work of fixing up their yards,
i, and Mrs. Kmidscn has offered u '
a prlzo of J00. for tho best-kept w
home. ,' t
x .x k, x' V II 1! if m if x x x. X ,x'
(Continued from Ta!re 4)
admiralty work of his court is
tined to Inrroauo groatly In volume,
rather Ihannlecrc.iso. Tho opening u;i
or the' Panama canal Is expected to add
greatly to tho number of vessels visit
ing Hawaii ports, nnd coiircqucntly
to the number of Milts In ndmlraUy
which will lici nicd.
Mr. Hatch recently wrote to United
States District Attorney Dickons ftJt
facts In support of his contention that
Hawaii should havo another Federal
Judge. United States Coinnilsslone:
Frank Hatch has also been asked to
supply llgiires and statistics showing
tho amount of woik which falls on
Judgo Dole. Hatch lias submitted a
report In which ho shows that thero
aro now ponding seventeen admiralty
cases, not Including three causes
which havo been decided but not set
tled; tight Uultc.1 Stated civil cniiso.r,
two common law nnd eipiltj causes;
cno habeas corpus matter, ami thlrt
three criminal causes. The above list
Includes tho lumber trust caso and
tho beer trust case, which me Bleep
Ins but havo not officially been de
In response to tho lequcst made by
Mr: F. M. Hatch, U. S. District Attor
ney Ilreckons has written to Judge
Dole us follows;
Honolulu. Feb. 7th. 1908.
Hon. S.inford 11. Dole, Judgo U. S.
District Court, Honolulu.
My Dear Judgo: I havo beforo mo
a copy of a letter dated January 32,
11)08, addressed Io you and written
by Mr. F. M. Hatch, relative to tho
hill for appointment of nn additional
Federal Judgo (or Hawaii. You liuvo
requested mo to glvo my views rela
1 unhesitatingly endorse tho pro
posed action nnd desire to hrlofly
state my reasons therefor.
1 have been united States Attorney
for tho district during the past six
years and havo been Just reappointed
for a now term of six years. Nntur
nlly 1 have followed tho work nt the
court closely and havo been at all
times well acquainted with tho con
ditions therein. At tho presont tlmo
it la putting It mildly to say that tho
work of the court has to Increased us
to niiiko It almost lmposslblo for ono
fudge to handle It. I might Ukowlso
say that thero is reason to believe
tho work instead of decreasing will
increase. Of courfn 1 tun moro dl
pctly In touch wth tho criminal
work tliuu "with tho civil work, but
In endeavoring to urrango tho crimi
nal docket become Io bohio extent ac
quainted with tho civil work. The
best illustration of tho condition of
nffnirs which can bo glvon Is to take
up the docket as it stands nt present.
A Jury has been called for tho 21th of
tho presont month. That Jury can
last only until some tlmo early In
April, when a now term of court
opens. From tho tlmo It Is Impaii
n eled until the tlmo whou the court
t'tfltt ' fldfollftlfirii'lifalW'ft
r.djuurus jou will be fully occupied
with tho trial of criminal cases, Tho
case of the United. States v. Dillon
will consmno four or flo days; tho
Hlraiio cases, Involving the Importa
tion of women for tho purpuso of
prostitution, nnd pcrjifry In obtain
ing admission to the United States,
will consume several dsys; tho Har
mon perjury cato will probably con
sume three or four days; (ho Wynuo
murder case should consume nt least
two weeks; the Rosenberg cobcs will
consume several days, and the Lee Sa
Keo ense on n former trlnl took ten
days; tho Lam Yip cases when tried
will coifWuue at least n week. From
this brief enumeration of tho many
rases pending you will sec that tho
time will bo need tip nnd that it will
be necessary for several cases to go
over to the April term. I might men
tion, In passing, that the Grand Jury
Hill meet on February 21th, nnd 1 an
ticipate tho return by It of many In
dictments. Tho trial of theso cumm
will leave you no time whatsoever for
the consideration of civil matters
which arc already pending, and
which will come along. 1 know you
linvo beforo you the Lumber Trutt
case, In which thero arc about :i
thousand pages of evidence to bo con
sidered; the Pacific dredger case, In
volving Fomc $50,000, with a vast
amount of testimony; the Manchuria
case, Involving $300,000, whero tho
evidence Is very voluminous, and the
Chlusa Main caso (by tho way, sub
mitted over n year ago), whero inurh
evidence wnu taken, and three or four
other admiralty cases either submit
led or pending.
In short, tho work of tho court
hero is such that It is absolutely lm
posslblo to be handled by one Judge.
In view of the fact that tho people
hero have u great respect for the
United States Court and got Into
tnat court whenever It Is possible to
do no, something shbuld no dnno In
remedy tho congested condition of
I might mention. In passing, that
occasions must arise when It is abso
lutely necessary to have another
Judge. In the case of tho United
States of America v. The Lunalllo Es
tate, determined some two years ago,
It became necessary for counsel In tho
case to waive any possible disquali
fication of yourself, as. ono of tho
matters to be parsed on was your own
action tomo years ago In, delivering u
deed. There is now pending a suit
before you whero I do not seo how
your disqualification can be waived
unless you should resign your trus
teeship In the IUhIkip Museum. It
has become noccssary for tho Uullod
States, by reason of the condition of
the title, to bring condemnation pro
ceedings to secure a site for a public
building. Part of the land sought
for this site belongs to the Bishop
Museum, of which you aro u trustee.
It therefore became necessary for me
to make you n party to the action.
Just how you nro going to preside In
tho suit, even though it be a friendly
one, I cannot understand.
I sincerely trust that Mr. Hatch
wilt bo able to secure the passage o(
Very respectfully yours,
ROUKUT W. DRKCKONS,
United Spates Attorney.
A fine old-mounted
makes a handsome
We have just received a
large anortineat of Stylish
COMBS of HEAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The pricei are very rtson
able. It F. Wichman & Co.
frtfhtf n I r .w.nte., ...fo- UA 'ih..'W.AtV;;-, AUiat.y 'nl li'r -
When n woman suffcrlnp; from
female trouhlo Is told thai nn oper
ation Is necessary, It, of course,
Tho very thought of tlio hospital,
tho opcratinir table and tho knlfo
strikes terror to her henrt.
It Is qnlto truo that these troub
les may reach a stojo whore an ope
ration Is tho only resource, but a
groat many women havo bceU cured
by Lydla R. Plnkham'3 Vcgctablo
Compound after nn operation has
been decided unon as tho only cure.
Tho strongest nnd most grateful
statements possible to mauocomosrom vr omen wuu ujr iui..B
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
mn.lrt Nnm nnflttA m vwl lineVi VitltO fUtfrtnfld fierlpUS OP3fIltlOn!t IIS
g evidenced by Miss Rose Aloore'scase, of 307 W. Both St.. N.Y. Sho wrltcs:
M Dear Mrs. Plnkham!-"Lydla E. rlnkham's Vcgctablo Compound hai
cured mo of tlio very worst lorm ol icmaie irouuie nan i i" i ui"
to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered Intensely for two yrars so that
I was unable to attend to my duties nnd was n burden to my family. I
doctored nnddoctorcd with only temporary relief and constantly objecting
to nn operation which I was advised to undergo. I decided to try Lyd a
K. Pink-ham's Vogetablo Compound; It cured mo of tho terrible troublo
and I am now in better health than I havo been for many years."
This and other such cases should encourage every womnn to try Ly4
dla II. Pinkham's Vcgctablo Compound beforosha submits to an operation.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from nny form of female weakness are Invited Id
promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at. Lynn, Maw. From tho
symptoms given, the troublo may bo located tod tho quickest nnd surest
way ot recovery nciviscci.
Us Pure Milk
Don't take chances with mill: that may contain typhoid
cerros. Our condensed milk is used very Kenerally on the Pacific
Coast instead of ordinary cow's milk. It is so rich in natural
flavor and butter-fat that it is creferrcd by many in tea, coifce, co
coa, and chocolate, while it makes the best body for ijravics,
sauces, ice-cream, fricassees, etc.
If you try it once, you will sec that it is all we claim.
is thoroughly sterilized and evaporated by a hygienic process to
the consistency of a rich cr.iam, and h readily digested and as
similated. H.Hackfdd & Co., ltd.,
(Continued from Iv;e 1) would bo a mighty good thing. The
wards securing loforius, namely: the U. S. District Attorney also professed
taxpayers themselves. In spite of tho Ignoranco of any effort to make II:'
fitct that tlio Commission has sent out wall dry, to far as his department
circulars calling for complaints nnd wnsconcorned.
suggestions, wo havo received very Dr. Crane In reply to u requett
lew unswers. Tlio Merchants' .Asso- for Information as to what is being
elation Is the only ono of tho com- done In the matter of making Hawaii
mcrrlnl bodies, and Urewer & Co. tho u prohibition Territory, replied that
oiiiy sugar agency which has, rospou- (ho International Reform Hurcait,
ded, and very few Individuals havo with headquarters in Washington, H
wilttiMi tons. The Tax Assessors nro lobbying lu the National Capitol tu
about the only ones who have paid tecuro tho passage by Congiess or a
any attention to the matter. 1 wish! law prohibiting tho salo of liquor In
the papers would call the attention . nu Territories and the District of Co
ol tho community to this, so that wo' luinbla. A conimltteo has been tip
run have Mimetlilng Io work on, as pointed In Honolulu to mid its (i
v.e havo to muko our report In .Inly.-j lorts to secuie tho passage of tho
At present wo aro In tho position of law, and It Is busily at work. Hov.
i phyilelan trying to dlagnoao u dls-j Doremus Ccudder Is named as a nielli
caso whllo the patient Is unwljlliigto her of the committee,
describe Ills symptoms. If people . .
would only make their kicks lo us. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
wo could, even though we cannot
iironilro a cure, make such sugges
tions as would seem to us to meet the
MAY PLACE HAWAII
(Continued from Pise 1)
saloon f i oin even such Stales as tho
Carollnas, tlcorgla and Kentucky,
CongrcB'j may ho Induced to embody
lu the new codification of the crimi
nal statutes a law plating tho Terri
tory of Hawaii on tho dry list.
It Is evident that the work along
this lino has been lu progress for
home tlmo'tiiid that those back of the
movement have been observing tlio
greatest secrecy In 'tho matter, ho as
to avoid any opposition to their plan.
Mven now, after tho matter hnri leak
ed out, the ministers nf'Hnnoliilii nnd
tho members of thn Antl-Saloou
League show tho greatest rolurtiinre
to talk of tho nuttier, and each ono
passes the buck to tho next.
Dr. Hcuddcr was called up by phono
this noon anil asked what ho knew
about tho movement. Ho admitted
Hint ho was not Ignorant nf It, but
referred the questioner to W. !'.
Crafts of Washington, who Is bund
ling tljq matter at that end ot tho
Honator Dlckuy admitted ' that
there was such' ii movement, but de
clined to talk about It, referring tho
reporter to Rev. Wadninii, president
ot tho Anti-Saloon Loaguo. Mr. Wad
man rjmld not bo found, but tho rcf
eronco to him Indicates that tho Antl
Saloon Lenguo Is back of tho offort'
being made to down John llarloycorn.
Palaina Rath was referred to by
Mr. Dickey as being acquainted with
tho facts, but a call on tho phono do
voloped tho Tact that Mr. Uath Is sick
lu bed nnd unnblo to bo seen by any
one. Tho local I'Vdeinl authorities know
nothing about tho movement. jImIro
i Dole, when asked nbout It, said he
had not heard of It, but thought it
entered for Hecord Feb. 24, 1C03,
from 10:3a.i. m. to 4 p. m.
Itoso Kiuualu (w) to L L McCiud
William R Cnsllo Tr to Annie K
Unit ot ill Par Itel
Annie K Hart and hsh ct nl to L Ah
J P Hoililgues to Walwalolc (k) et
C W W Kaulal (k) lo Kulalla C
WJcslnm mid I lawn Invstmt Co Ltd
lo A II Aiiclgh Par ltd
Entered for Record Feb. 25, 1S03,
frjom 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kalua Knpuklnl anil I nil to l.ylo A
l'ollowing John I). Iloekefellor's an
I'oiiiicciiitiit that ho would give work
mi his Pocautlco Hills cstntu to men
of Tarrylown, N. V an army ot mi-
employed (locked thero fimii" Now
York. The superintendent could not
glvo them work,
NEW - TO-DAY,
Will oxchuiige Petuliiuia Incubator,
little iiH'il, for gramophone. P. O.
llnx (119. :iJ is-at
with office or pocket
DIARIES-for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-'.-for daily rcf
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