Newspaper Page Text
JU" - w m
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIUMY, MAIL II, 100S.
E V EN.TN G B UXI.ETIN
IMILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Baity every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each v. eel:.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Walliiots R. Pnrrlnj'tori, - - I2dltjr
SUBSCRIPTION RATES FAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ItVltiNt.-Ml I1UI-I.IMI.N WIlllKuY IIU1-I.U I IN
I'll Mmth niilifn in I'S 9 ,7 I'i'l lx Moulin. . D .ftn
I'ciyimui nn1n k in I 3.o I'cr War anjwliclr In 1' s l.im
li im iiiivaIkh mt s . H.oo Pir ur, .tmulitn mi l in i.t i l.rto
li ut iimahI r .it iuii I1.,ik KrVi.ii tHistpiiil 1iiiiii.ii 2,nu
, , . ., .
CIRCULATION LARGEST Or ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np -jfl I Editorial Rooms,
Sugar in. iv not go (o (ho cent,
but It Is headed in th.it direction.
Iloiuiliilii Knows tlic date. Now
l,ot to VVUlk.
- I ll iui l
l)r Scudder will pienih toinoriow
from tin- text "Ucneslii ami liolf,'
not Uoncsls of (loir.
When Alexander lliinii' I'onl ilocs
lint vvuko up wltli ii new si heme for
llnwnll. lie (ouuts th.it nlBlit lost.
Cltl7ciis on the other Inlands will
ilo well to make their phiux early for
vlaltluj; Honolulu timing the. stay ot
1'lniis tuny he ehnngetl, nml no ouo
experts Hint the hlir Kleet will loavi
t ho l'nclllc without n ('.ill lit eoiiio
lending port of .Injun
llonolnlii Is absolutely speculntlon
proof The lnlnlsterH buu Iot
"(intnlilltiR" ns u tlinel) topic for
pulpit Uil Us.
Ten July l;t h of unadulterated
Joy nre In stoio for Honolulu n ml no
effort should bo spared to make It
the came for the. bojs of tho Navv.
Japanese residents of the Const
iind llnw-all will Rive u demolish. i
tlon ot their Rood-will that will
speuU olunics for their home conn-
Onto having a wharf In I'carl Har
bor, the Government should not re
iulie earn to npproprlnte for the
ihnnncl-cle.iring so that the ships
may reach It.
The reception committee nt Hamo.i
will 'have to slinpl) open the door
1 1 ml turn em loose The population
of the l'lect Is larger than that of
AtMusou hmlng taken up the.
ciiwo of tcmpersiiuc, he must lience
forth Rive up striving to put charges
of political dynnmllo uudei Ills ene
mies. That would be Intemperate.
National Committeeman Robert
ton Is lnjlng Ills plans In the light
stylo. With tho contest begun In
committee. Hawaii's claim for six
delegates Is sure of a llrst-cl.iss stmt
Hawaii nt cil make no further apol
ogies fir Its iiiter-lsliiud steamship
icrvltc. Tho .Manila Kc.i Is us good
ns the best, and u hundred per cent
better than the geneial average on
Tho man who touis Maul with an
ear to the ground on Kepolltnl's ic
iippolntmunt, llnds n tieulendous
nuiubei of dtl7cns on both sides who
talk as If the ohjei t to the tag thry
are wearing when ' miking foi pub
FOR SIX DELEGATES,
Six delegates oi bust' should be
tho slogan for Hawaii's Itepiibllc.ui
It is a slogan that may do lots of
good nml cuniiot do haim.
Wo may get tho six delegates by
joining fortes with the other Teirl
torles, And theio Is no danger that Ha
waii will "go bust."
. It Is sure of two.
PROHIBITION NOT ALWAYS
Tlio tempeiniKc meotlug to lie held
Kuiiilii evening will bo of very gt"i
cral Inloiest for the partltulm tea
win that tho tcmpeianco leadors will
lircsiimably outline what they lire
They will supposedly tell tho pub
lic .whether they are strUIng to turn
tills Territory Into u piohlhltlon
community by tho nuthoilty or law
or carry on n general campaign for
"obscjrvnnce of tho inesent law, us
clatotl by tempcrnto habits among
' t!ip people.
' Tho II ll 1 1 o t J u Is Ratlsfletl Hint
ftUo majority of tho peoplo of this
Tetrllory tiro not In favor or piohlhl
tlon of tho liquor tiulllc. Strict con
trol fits the local situation and the
int'rt.,1 it iIr Pn t Mtr nt Honolulu
i v, i iss ntillir
MARCH 14, 1008
Mi hitf nevir been nettei lined up
with piactlce Hutu It has uudei tho
inesent llnuni law.
'Kit' piesent law Is, ftirtheinioic,
n lotnl-optlon law In effect,' although
It does not heal the title.
The appointment of Liquor Com
missions In each Countv nuts the nil.
uiliilitrutlnu of the law anil tho
iiwnrtl of lltenses In tho hands of In
dependent men, who understand the
local situation. The practise of tho
Commissions has shown t tin t no II
tense lias been ginuted In any d !
tiltt when there Is u general piotest
The II it I I e t I n fully appreciates
the good-will of piohlbltlou wtnkers
They me 111 oil with the enthusiasm
or citizens who have no doubt that
ihe mo absolutely light.
This paper belleies in tempnriiute
The enthusiasts should rrineinVi
that when the lltiioi tiallic Is under
good tonttol, It is moio often than
not u good polit) to.iccoguUc Unit
"live nml let live" has n good man
I'le.uh Icmpcmiitc In nil things
Piohlbltlou Is not iiIwhjb lempei
Students. In the Caineglo .School
of Technology li I'lttsbuig gauged
In efllg) K'T (Juno, the Chicago
manuf.it tiller, whose lemarks nbotit
thu rciiool thev lesentcd.
Excursino To The
One Day in Hilo,
Three Days at the Volcano!
A Trip to the Fiery Pit!
and a Circuit of the Island of Hawaii
All for $51.00
The exclusion will leave Honolulu
In S S KI.N'Al' on ruoHil.t, .March
17th at noon, and letiirn b S S
MAIWA LOA Tuenla. .M.uch 24th.
Don't miss this rare onnortnnitv
to see the Volciro in eruption.
Tin tltkets and Infin inatlon con-
ccinlnf.' the trip, intiulie of
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Tort and Merchant Streets.
PUNAH0U DISTRICT; Verv A.
I sirable home, consisting of lot 75x05
' well planted in fruit trees, and house
I of three bedrooms, parlor, dining
! room, kitchen, bath, etc.
FOR P.ENT UNFURNISHED
Hotel Street $20.00
lieictanin Street $40.00
Victoria Stiect $35.00
Matlock Avenue $22.50
Kinau Street $30.00
Emma Street $24.00
Punchbowl Street . . '. $30.00
I jing oircei 510.00
Kewalo Street $22.50
'Kinau Street $35.00
JKintj Street $18,00
iiiona i,ane $18.00
Nuuanu Avenue $20.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
TOR RENT FURNISHED
Kalihi Road $30.00
Hotel Street $50.00
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
i vv-i" flrniiiuiS!?-SSIJg:"
Sjwd k LoXb(
Have j m IiibuiciI jour houio
hold eu"ectn against loss by lite?
Morris Lane, 2 bcdiooms.
I'llliclibowi, 2 bcdiooms .
1,1111m Street, 2 bed rooms , . ,
l.uiinlllo Street, 2 bedrooms . ,
I'unchbowi Stiect, 2 bcdiooms
Wilder Avenue, 2 bedrooms..
I'eTTsncola Street, 2 bedrooms
Wilder Avenue, .1 bodrooms,
alklltl, 4 bedrooms
(lamlall Lune, .1 bcdiooms ...
Kliiau Stiect, 3 bcdiooms. ., .
School Street, 3 hcdiooinn...
l.uiinlllo Street, 3 bedrooms..
Hates Street, 2 bedrooms....
Iicrotmit.i Ae., 4 bedrooms ..
Matlock- Ao., 2 bcdiooms.
Young Sticet, 2 bedrooms..
t'tiuuhoti, 3 bedrooms
doling Street, 4 bedrooms ,
Pacific Heights, 4 bedrooms
Nuiiaim Ae., 3 bedrooms..
Mauon, 3 liedroonis
Sjmt Ijwd boJtt
STEVENS GETS DATA
(Continued from Pae 1
Tile iilioie stnteinent was tiinile b)
Consul (iciieial Mikl Sallo lis loiulng
ffom I). W illeieiiM. i'oielgn Adilser
to tile Dcp, il Uncut of I'tirelgn Ar
fnlrs of .la p.m. who Is going to
Washington on the S. S. Nippon
At the ,Iapant"e Consulate General
this foieifoou Salto said he had bail
i. n Intel lew with SteveiiH tills morn
ing. Salto Kin toil that Stciciis Is go
ing lo Washington to help Ambassa
dor Takalili.i in the Japanese Kin
Among othei tilings tliev iliM-iissetl
was tlic tiiestlon of Hie 111 o claims.
Stoens lias sefiircd netessai Infor
mation fiom Sallo as to the p.ijtniMit
or non-pa.MiU'Ut of teitulii 111 o claims.
With this information, Stcnwis, It Is
said, will teport to nml discuss wit li
AiiiInikmmIoi Taknhiiu thu best inalb
od or nitllng the claims, I
S 0r.iUI, oua of the prtinilnent,
luercliiints. who has tin Interest, In
the. utnttcr! vr.is In consultation with
Salto this uioinlng.
The nbtne sign Is now seen In man
shops mid oillcoi in 1Mb city, because
Ii Inking men a) a uui citable.
Competition Is too keen and llfo 13
ttx) stieniious for tin employer to Keep
men on his parolI whoso ncnes lire
instead)' and whoso brains uro not
Kcry lino of business is beginning
co close Its doois to drinking men
iJriinkenness Is a disease and like
most diseases, has Its remedy. Or
nno Is tho reliable tieatinent and fs
old under a posltlio guarantco to ef
fect u euro or your money will be re
funded Orrlno Is In two forms! No.
1, which tan bo used without the pa
tient's knowledge In tea, corfeo or
food, nml No. 2 for thoje who wish to
bo cm cd.
Tho guarantee, applies to both forms.
Mailed in plain se-ilctl package on re
ceipt ot 1 00. Write for fico booklet,
mulled In plain scaled envelope. The
Oirlno Co., Washington, D. C, or Ho
nolulu Drug Co., Ltd.
a a i -j- -
HONOLULU WEATHER H
iV f ii X- H
Tonipeiatines G n in., 70; 8 n, in.,
70; 111 u in., 73, noon, 71; muinlng
Ilniometer, b a. in., 20 07; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 7.501 grains pc
cubic foot; it'lallio hiiinldlty, 8 u. in.,
94 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., d9.
Wind fi a m., Nolotit) 2, direction
N., S n in., M-locity 4, direction N. W.i
10 a. in, uloclt) 0, dltectlon S. W.i
noon, cloclt) 10, dlioctlon S. W.
Hnlnftill during 21 hours ended 8 a
in., .RG Inch.
Total wind moieiuent during 24
boms ended at noon, 188 nillot.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather llureau
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineannle Fibre and Silk.
! in stripes only,
Wc have two patterns in each of
the following colors :
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE:
WHITE WITH LAVENDER:
WHITE WITH BLACK;
30 inches wide,
MAGAZINES AND BOOKS
INDOOR AMUSEMENT BOOK
"Hoyle'a Stnntlnrd (lames," pub
'lahcd by Lnlril & Lee. Chicago, no
Used, enlarged and adapted lo pies
cnt usages. Who has not heaid of
lloylc? Tills edition, howeor, is tllr
ferent from all previous editions of
this famous authority. It not only
gives tho many old favorlto games,
but Includes those which hnvo only
leccntly como Into popularity, ns
llrldgc-wliist, "500." Sknt, I'tnii
liundetl Checkers, nml tho fascinating
giiine of Ileal ts. Also Hearts with
tho queen of spades I'm 1 1 directions
for pliDlng, wltli nil lilies, me given.
Among Hie man) popular card games
nm PunliM tl.....t. tn ll.t- n....l..n
...v, xiiliiiu, i uniunv, 1, ill-,,, iininuy
rctiro sanciio. criniiagc, ucarte, Ii
rjuct, lloston nml otheis. Aside from
card games, full directions nre given
for playing Dominoes, llagatellc,
Chess, Chcckois. nml, In addition,
Howling, Milliards nnd Tool. A stan
dard work of refeicneo which, liar
lug been cnlmgcd nml revised, will
prove of constant nlue to every one
Interested in stxlal games and aniure
ments. ;i"l s pages, wltli cmiiplcto
cross-Index. Paper color, appropriate
"ocr design in thiee colors, pilco
Jfie. Sjieclnl decorative board coier,
doth back, 7Cc.
THE LIFE BOOK
"How lo bo Happy," by Oraco
Cold. Instruction, counsel and ad
vice covering eiery sphcio of nctlv
lt) from the ci.ulle to the grave. A
mildo to the young mid n comfort to
the old. i:tratis fiom tho world's
gieatest poets, philosophers, orntois
and mithoiH. 1'ocms that lusplic mid
entinncei that Instruct, encourage
and uplift, teaching coriect liuhlts
unil how to bo luippy und,enJoy Hie
A book ono can pick up and enjoy
at any time, beginning to rend here,
there, nny whci c all Its pages hold
ing the Interest alike A casket of
Jewels containing gems or thought
lioiu tho world's gieatest minds. Full
page half-tone frontispiece and many
ipcclal lllustiatloiis. 33G pages.
Hound in cloth, title In gold, special
over design, I DO. Special paper
cooi, 25c. Lulu) & Leo, Chicago,
CITIZENS' RALLY. .
Toinoriow oicnlug at Ucnt,rul Union
Chinch, former Ttnltoiial Secietary
Atkinson will-fiie thcnrst gnu In Hit
campaign of local option, which will
bo ttu from now until tho moasiire be
comes n lnw next Mnrch or April
That public opinion is back or this
demand will soon bo mndo evident for
the Anti-Saloon Lcaguo has tho facts
in band lion. John (. Wooltey's ad
dress toniiurow will bo u leielatlou to
Honolulu voters. liver) tiling points
lo ii ci on tied lioiifc. ' '
Oidct n case of Tinman only J5.50
per case of font dozen buttles, dellv-
PlC'd , r
nSJ?'"For Rent cards on talo at
ie bulletin offlca
GUARANTEES to the employ
cr that the watchman is al
ways on duty; if he is not, IT
'REGISTERS THE FACT!
H. F. Wichman & Co.
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL ns a
lefcrence hand-book of statistical
and general information pertaining
to these Islands, price 75 cts.
BIRDS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS, a complete list; price $1,00,
HAWAIIAN FOLK-TALES, an ad
mirable collection of Legendary stor
ies of "the land we live in." Third
invoice just received. Finely illus
trated, cloth, gilt top; price $1.75.
Thrum's Book Store
1003 FORT ST.
THE OWL CIGAR
is deservedly the most nonular of the
G-cent cigars throughout the States.
M. A. Gimst & Co.
HAPPY WOMEN PRAISE PE-RU-NA
i T, t. ii ?. f-i tif j- rri.t rr r.l- n -.. .. 7.'.,,n.,t 77,ti,rn)inu ihtt Tsinil.
( Is Works, Not Words, Tlial Has Made rc-ru-na Famous
Tho miss and the matron lko pralsa 1'crunti. (Hrls
and women have all dlncovcrod the valuo of Poruna.
The Miss and Mrs. hnvo been 111, each in her own
peculiar way, and havo found relief by taking l'oruna.
Fair girls and beautiful women, frail daughters and
ailing mothers everywhere have taken l'oruna and
know Its valuo In tho relief of aliments peculiar to
their sex. From tho grandmother to tho girl babo tho
gentler sex are under numerous obligations to l'oruna.
All this being trtio and tho woman does not liesltato
to tell It, her words win tho confidence of other women,
and thus Hie fame of lVruna spreads from household
to household, until mltlotu of homes acknowledgo
Poruna as their favorite and rcllablo family mcdldino.
l'oruna Is good for manv minor ills. It can bo relied
upon to mttlgato tho many disagreoabio effects of colds
and Irregularities so common among women. All the
ailments of a catarrhal naturo belong
scopo of l'cruna's remedial action.
v(i HUlrUfh tiBWhVllkmHlL WWi$mg&i short time. u
ImMi-MmKmf WMMhw?nffll )) ' Hophla Caldwell, 1122 McOavook !
S'lP l ' ' WMliimllhwh ' "trcct, Nashville, Tenn., writes:
Wti&MtiM?' 'W. ' 'MilH$fiiMvKfi) "After doctoring for a year and finding
fU'&Wi43M$& X MMiHiikhhS II) no rcIlof from Icucorrhea resulting from
Pto4 - iMtimmHMMDy ; mylltctorca away, I llnatly tried I'erumi
WMUmlMS" M l'un I. IM W ': aiulvvhen I found that it was l.olplng mo
MlJS$&itti'3 P''' ,,Wimadomoawoll,f ! every day It ecomod almost too good to bo
Wffhif'y -. " fl.and happy girl. J ,; truo.
-jBp, ?lj07'lu !' and In a very short time. I am now enjoy-
Wot MISS' Tf ' ; ' ' "' W'WWv '! ,nR ,ho hQSi of heallh. I am strong and ;,
111 A'NNIE-' )mj iy''A s-' fisEWvwS 1 frco from pain, and I certainly feel that all ,;
xlL rlFMDREH'lWLM.Av.-''' -"- J. VJfJ ' praise and honor an due loPeruna."
Miss Annlo llondrcn, Itocklyn, Wash., writes:
'1 foel botlor than I liavo for over four years. I havo taken several bot
tloaof l'eruna and ons bottlo of Maiinlln. I can now do all of my work
In the house, milk tho cows, tako caro of tho milk, and so forth.
"I think l'eruna Is tho most wonderful medicine. 1 bellovo I would 1k In
bod to-day If Iliad not written to) ou for advice. I had taken all kinds of
medicine, but nono did mo any good, l'eruna lias mado me a well and happy
girl. I can never say too much for
"I suffered with fomalo troubles tor
thirteen vrara. and tried tho bent doc
tors in Louisville, Ky., without relief. I
spent thousands of dollars at tho
(Springs. Tliodoctors desired thfft I havo
an operation porformed to romovo my
ovaries, which I would not consent to.
I saw an advertisement of your Peruna
and bought one bottle, and beforo 1 bad
taken It all I could got out of bed nnd
walkabout. After taking thrco bottles
I was aa well and hearty as ever. I
gained In flesh from ouo hundred and
eighteen to ouo hundred and eighty
The following wholesale druggists will
WIRELESS MAN ON
(Continued from Pace 1)
nients preparatory to tho establish
ment of n long-dlstunco scrvlro for
communication with steamships.
"Wo didn't do very much," said
Mr. Isliel "us thu eleUlIcnl conditions
or tho atiuosphcio for tho last fovv
da)u hnvo been very much against
any long-tlistnuto woik.
"Wo tested wiiiio Iimti iiliientH I
liuvc In ought wltli mo mid stimo time
next week wo Intern! to niiiko u trip
in mind tills Island to select u point
for a high-power station for occmi
AsKeil for his opinion of tho local
BjHteni, .Mr. Iidiel said, "It Is all
light. It is thu only h.vsIciii used fur
commercial purpoboa that 1 know of.
It does thu wink nml does It well.
That hi the best test ol piollclcncy."
Mr. Isliel was asked icgardlng tho
iclutlvo power of tho Btatlons hero
nnd on tho transpoits and to ex
plain why It Is not possible to work
,i greater distnncu with tho local sta
WHITNEY & MARSH
Special Sale of
Monday, March 16
Well made and of good washable materials, Sizes from
4 to 11 years. PRICES FROM 50 CENTS UP.
NEW LINE OF
FROM C5o A PAIR.
ftv- iHI.. ."';4S
v L III
six pounds. If It had not been for your
great and wonderful medlclno I would
now bo In mygravo. I would advise nil
women sufferers to try It. I w uld r.-.t
lie without It for tho world." Anna
Munden, Hollygrovo, Ark.
"I was troubled with very serious
pelvic weakness, which exhausted me
so that I feared 1 would lose my mind. I
suffered agony with my back, tho piln
extending down my left leg. Tho pain
wassosovero that I would havo wel
comed death as a relief. Peruna cured
me of this trouble, no wonder 1 rvO'
supply the retail trade: HONOLULU DRUG CO. " Honolulu, Hawaii.
"It Is it matter of power only," ho
responded. "You seo the equipment
on board the transports is what wo
call 'thrco Kw.' That on tho lllloii
lan Is u 'One Kw' and tho power of
vour locnl stations Is about 'One-halt
Kw." 11 Is u moro question of power
Tho l.ugcst power on tho battleships
Is about a 'l'lvc Kw." Thcro Is n
htutlun nt Washington, 1). C. of 'Fif
teen Kw' power.
"Oil, )cs; theiiO stories or long-distance
woik uro legitimate enough. 1
winked 2200 miles with tho steamer
I'lesldcnt nnd exchanged messages
That's tho test )ott may ulwii.vs put
to u wliolcbs man vvhcn.hu talks of
long-tllstnnco woik. They may get
signals for u long distance, but do
llicy exchange messages mid have
"All the passenger ships of tho Pa
cific will hu equipped with vvlrclcstf
In u compaiatlvoly shoit time. They
will havo to do It."
Whitney & Marsh's snlo of
c'ren's wnsh drusses on Monday
Throughout the Land.
lommondltso highly. It will soon Irj
' two years slnco I found relief from (ho
I pain and not a sign of It has returned.
I am glad that thcro Is n way In which
I can speak of this, as many a sufferer
may read my testimonial, and not only
read, but believe." Mrs. Wm.lloiidcr
son, Cratk, N. W. T., Can.
'1 fcol It my duty to write and tell
you of tho good l'eruna has tlono me, I
was subject to fomalo weakness, i'or
six years I suffered moro or less. Wo
consultod various doctors, v lio gavo mo
relief, but no cure. I havo sulTcrcd a
great deal, and my husband had very
largo hills to pay.
"In my despair I decided to try
Peruna. and the first bottlo taken ac
cording to your directions iti-o mo
relief. I havo had no backset since
then. Slnco wo havo used l'oruna, a
doctor has seldom been In our home."
Mrs. Martha 1'redrlcb, Contral l'ark,
In household expen
ses is practiced by
for light as well as
Cooking. It costs
less than any other.
ARE STILL OPEN
Accommodations uncqualcd any
where on the beach.
At PALM CAFE
i,attfifalfr,yffilti<idhht-i!V'Mi'ltoiZlii iKliaJf'n'iiilfrfiftii'iil''V mi" irtm'lilYl'tiii irr i ir r ifth - 'i nilr" ' if' fi . 1 1 i, il . . , - ,'. j'' . , -