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SATURDAY APRIL 11, 1908
Tlie news from l'aso Hoblcs Is far
from reassuring. CoiiBUltntlon of
physicians is not in keeping with
icports or speedy return ot the pa
tient to duty. A din! nil Evans' llght
ItiK spirit Is apparently holding him.
That he may win this battle and
bo saved for added comforts of a vig
orous old age Is the prayer ot a Notion.
ANOTHER COLORED EGG.
I Honolulu, April 10. The
"medical society met last nlght
nud lrtiiiilly endorsed I'lnMiam.
,' This Is tho news dispatch publish
ed by tho Maul News under the title,
or Jalest newo by wireless.
Who Is sending out this garbled
inaterlal for tho other Islands ?
sluco when has u unanimous en
dorsement by tho medical association
or any other association become n
(ro tho people of the other Ml
unds pa) lug for honest news facts, or
far. hens thnt lay colored eggs in tho
fordi of "shaded" dispatches to suit
tlie cause of splte-worlc and m.tllco?
TIME TO BUY.
Tho 11 u 1 1 1' 1 1 n recommended
ca.ily In the e.ir that in caso Its
readers had spare money to Invest,
tlicio could be no better timo to buy
Hawaiian sugar securities.
We wero asked If wo were trying
to boost the market,
Tlii man who bought at that time
li.nell pleased with the result.
The ndvlco holds good at the pres
ent day.- The -securities of tho Ter
ritory nro not at the top notch, de
spllo the advanco In the recent
months. Kour-cont sugar is no ion
Her In doubt, Tho question Is whe
ther tho average price will rule near
er live cents than four.
The expected slump In tho price of
raw sugar did not materialize. Un
der ordinary conditions, a reaction
may be expected after a sharp nd
vnnco. Tho situation this year Is
unlike anything that has been known
111 tho market since Hawaii became
sjfactor In tho sugar world. Cubl's
shortage Is a fact. The rise In the
yVlce Is not speculative.
Wlth Buch returns as nro certain
for this j ear's sugar crop, tho man
with tho means Is buying.
P1NKHAM AND SA1T0.
MTho enemies of L. tt. l'inkhnm
bno run the whole gamut of vicious
Sgllatlon, misrepresentation, und per
JrThey havo not gained n single fol
lower from the self-respecting citi
zens of this Territory. They have
alienated decent-minded friends,
f,. They have, not blackened 1'lnk
liani'H character nor his administra
tion, though they havo attempted to
do so and have used the most mall
cjous methods known to average hu
manity. Their last card, the Japanese, lies
been n mlscrnblo failure; so much bo
that tho Japanese Consul was forced
to remind his countrymen of their
position and Japanese newspaper ed
itors spurned tho advances mudo to
fecuie their nsslstunco In opposing
the obvious and expressed dcslro of
tho citizens of this Territory.
.(Jovernor Krear faces a situation
where new Issues havo practically
liiwn created for him. Refusal to np
po'lnt Mr. l'lnkham will give a moral
support to tlie vilest and mbst un
warranted campaign of misrepresen
tation that has ever been made on u
public olllelnl. This must bo tho ro
BJi'lt, though the Governor himself is
utjorly out of sympathy with tho
campaign, If credited -us being Intl
njajo with the campaigners,
j Another question the citizens of
tfis Territory will nsk and will an
swer for themselves Is whether tho
Government of tho Territory Is to bo
conducted by tho citizens of tho Ter
ritory nml according to their wishes,
j'jf tho peoplo of the Islands wero
as' quick to catch up the technlcall
tlc'n of diplomacy as tho enemies or
l'lnkham would havo the Japanese,
n very strong point could bo made as
tqfthe propriety of diplomatic repre
sentatives publicly discussing tlio
administration of the local uffnlrs
and commenting on the acts ot local
If there hae been Indiscreet re
marks on one side, the same is true
of the other.
Our people, however, nro not In the
slightest dcgiee disposed to enter In
to this phase ot It. The sentiment
of the public is that the matter
should be dropped and not repeat
ed. There are not more than a half
dozen citizens In this Territory who
fail to realize that the relations be
tween the .Inpaneso Consul und Mr.
l'lnkham would have passed Into tho
list of "closed Incidents" If It wero
not for the imitation nnd urging on
by tho Belllsh spite-workers, who
have been repudiated on nil sides.
The people of the Territory liave
expressed their opinion on Mr. Pint:
ham's administration. It the Japan
ese Consul wants an expression ot
what they think of him, he woulJ
be sure to lecelvo tho highest com
mendation. If Pinkham were to suggest the
Saito incident or Saito were to re
spond with .reference to the Pinkham
incident, the citizens of this Terri
tory, whose good opinion is of value,
would unanimously come back with
a. vigorous, "Forget it."
That Is tho situation In n nutshell.
and If tho Governor has a profound
icgard for tho common-senso view,
freed from technical and Bpltctul
quibbles, his way Is clear.
''' f1" WTfJ','
The Wonder of the Western
Returning Visitors Proclaim It To Be
the Grandest Spectacle Ever
Witnessed by Them.
The fine new steamship MAUNA
KKA will sail for llllo on Tuesday.
April Hth, at noon; returning Sat
urday morning, April 18th.
Karo for tho round trip to tho Vol-
cano and return, $t-.5o.
1'or information regarding the trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMFANY,
iwor. ton ana wercnant Bts.,
I VrSMM5- vmtMt fJcna,
"" JfonolglU. Hawaii,
King Street $40.00
King Street $40.00
Prospect Street $50.00
Beretania Street $35.00
King Street $15.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Beretania Street $40,00
Emma Street $50.00
Beretania Street $18.00
Lunalilo Street $23.00
Matlock Avenue $22.50
Aloha Lane , . , . $18,00
Kewalo Street $22.50
Hotel Street $20.00
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
A Bargain Makiki District. Three
bedroom, modern cottage. Cash or
Corner Fort and Merchant Sti.
5jmt 1jmk IkoM
Ainahau, Waiklki $75,00
Judge Dole's Cottage, Wai
Prospect Street $50,00
College Hills $60.00
fimk Ijwd Lo,'
Tho following latter oxplahiB IN
Honolulu, T. II., May iBt, 1908,
To tho President nnd Members of tho
Iloanl of Health ot tho Territory
of Hawaii, U. S. A.
Dear Sirs: I hereby make nppll-
(iitlon to jour honorable body for u
position ns Inspector, and herewith
piesent references and Indorsements.
W. K. Thing, business hannhaun.
K. Yamawiitoyn, stoic.
I. Slill, plantation hoc hannhann.
Theomoto lllchlzukl, wash cloze.
Xanlga Kunilsn, yardu work.
Mutsuknshr Hntnrnl.tt, soda water.
Nagasaki, Honolulu stop.
Wnlgu Sitctoso, paper luipal.
1 ' " ' ' n - i ii f in mi -- - - - -- r- - -- - -- -- 1 -, - - n- . . , -
U m "r
W9E The Bold .
wSiliH Baae Smasher
An attempt Is made to present tho
"executive" of tho Civic federation
as qulto as representative as the ex
ecutive committee ot tho Republican
Tho Republican committee is
mado up of members elected by a
Tcrrlloilal convention, n That con
vention was made up of delegate
elected from every election picctuct
in tho Territory.
The Civic Federation "executive."
Is tlie pioduct of u back-olilco meet
ing held In Honolulu, nnd endorsed
by thirteen men assembled at tho
annual meeting. These thirteen men
mo from among a limited member
ship created In tho following man
ner: they responded to a postal-card
notice that they had been elected
members of tho Civic federation
' plcaso disgorge one dollar."
THE TARIFF PLANK
Undo Joe Cannon's stnndpat tarllt
plunk reads as follows;
"Tho tariff is not sacred. Wlillo
believing In tho principle ot pro
tection wo do not hold tariff
schedules ns unalterable. They
should bo adjusted from timo to
timo to meet changed conditions
but tho chango in the futuro ns
In tho past should bo In harmony
with tho fundamental demand for
tho protection of American labor,
American capital and American
business. Tho Republicans of
this Stnto will accept tho Judg
ment of tho national convention
nnd we icspoctfully suggest that
to secure icciprocal tariff conces
sions from other nations thcro
should bo u minimum and maxi
mum tariff, the minimum tariff
should bo sufllclcnt to protect
American labor nnd capital
ugalnBt labor nnd capital abroad,
and tho maximum tariff should
bo enforced against Importations
fiom any country thnt discrimi
nated against American exports,
nnd wo further recommend that a
Bpeclnl session of Congress bo call
ed ns boon as possible after tho
inauguration ot tho noxt Presi
dent to readjust tho tuiiff sched
ule. Hawaii's Republicans should adopt
a tariff plank ns strong or Btronger
for hlgh-tnrlff protection.
HIL0 ACTED QUICKLY
It did not take tho business men
of Hllo long to get together and en
dorso Mr. I,. K. Pinkham for reap
pointment as Prcsldont of tho Hoard
of Health of the Territory of Hawaii.
Within an hour from tho timo tho
Herald's Dally News was on tho
Btrcet, on Monday afternoon, n double-barreled
shot had been sent 111
tho direction of Honolulu, first u res
olution from tho Shippers' Whnrf
Committee, then another one from
the Hoard of Trade,
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following: colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
$ Two-Fifty $
We will cut you a stylish
Visiting-Card Plate and print
100 cards from the same.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
PRINTERS OF HIGH-GRADE
1042-1050 FORT ST.
first McUi'odllit Hplscopal chinch,
408 Horetnula nye , DaMd W. Crane,
pastor. . Tho following Simdnv Km-.
vices aro planned. Sunday bchool.
:45 a. m.; R(qhnrd T. Trent, sup't.
International lpton, "Tho Raising of
Lazarus." . Momfug wurslilp,.ll n. m.
Tho pastor will' preach on tho Biibject
of "Tho Atonement;" Mlus Horton
will sing, Kpworth League, 0:30 p.
in. j P. IS Tosh, picstdent. Topic for
study, "Interrupted Hosannas." The
meeting will bo Jed by Miss Wadding
ton. The evening services will be
held under (he auspices of the Young
.Moil's Christian. Association; (jcucrul
Secretory Siiporpresldlng. Addiesses
will bo made by .Messrs. Tow so. Hnml
nnd Hrlssel. A coidlnl Invitation is
extended to thu public, to nftend tho
soveral services of tho day.
Tho Chrlsthm and Methodist
churches of Honolulu will unlto In
evangelistic effort during tho coming
week. The meetings will bo held In
tho .Methodist chinch on Monday,
Tuesday ami Wednesday m-milnm.
und In the Christian church on Thurs
day, frlday and Satuidiiy nlglils.
Central Union Church Services, on
Palm Sunday, April 12: Hlblo School
lit 9.45 n. in. Morning worship nt 11
o'clock: the minister will preach, sub
ject "Crown Christ King." Choir nnd
chorus will sing f aura's "Palm
Hranchcs" and lend tho cougregullon.
Mrs. Macknll and Mrs. Weight will
sing Dledernianu'a "Lead Kindly
Light." Christian Endeavor Society
nt 0:30 p. in . Hon. J. 0 Woolley will
Hienl: on "Join 11 dough." Kvuiilng
worship at 7 3d o'clock, Mcn'a rally
under the ausplccii u' "Tho Cabinet "
Hrlg. Gen. Itlcharl II Prat will speak
on -.My experiences 1 li tho In-
is going to throw YOUR trunks
nround just the same as the rest;
you can't stop him.
nut you enn have a trunk that is
built to defy his strength and reck
lessness, and emerge handsome nndjntact horn the roughest usage.
Everywhere" you' go, you'll be glad that you have" a trunk that" is
built right, and that looks handsome and genteel. Our trunks arc con
structed by experts to withstand the roughest usage.
Look over our STEAMER TRUNKS, our LADIES' HAT nnd WARD
ROBE TRUNKS, nnd our VALISES, SUIT CASES. CLUB BAOS. SHAWL'
nnd TRUNK STRAPS. Wc also have the best WOOL STEAMER RUQS.
m. wmrnm, Ltd.,
Haberdasher and Clothier, Corner fort and Merchant Streets
Our Easter Cards for 1908
as also our supplies of
STATIONERY. BOOKS. ETC..
are specially selected to meet the
taste ot our community, ana tno
is published to meet the need of var
ied, reliable information nertnininr
to the land we live in.
Thos. G. Thrum.
STATIONER, ETC., 1G03 FORT ST.
dlans " A special musical program
will bo given; Messis. W. A. Love and
A 11. IngnlH will give n duet for vio
lin on organ; by request thu choir
will slug (lounod's "Sanctus" fiom
Roman Catholic Cathedral Holy
Week Services: Palm Sunday: (1 and
7 a. in,, low uiassei with holy com
mimlon; !) a. in., low mass will) sing
Ing and f.ugllsh sermon; 10:30 a. in.
blessing ot the Palms and solemn
high mass; 2 p. m .. Hosary and N i
the distinction; 7 p. m., Portuguen'
lernion nnd bcivdlctlon. Maiuidv
Thursday: 7 u. m.. solemn Pontifical
mass; blessing of the Holy Oils nud
gcneial communion; 3 p in., washing
of tho feet by His Lordship; 7:30 p.
in., Portugiieso sermon on the Pub
slon followed by tho adoration. Good
frlday: a n. in., singing of tho Pas
rlon Adoration of the Cross Com
munion of tho Celebrant; 3 p. in., Sta
tions of tho Cros3; 7 p. in.. Stations of
tho Cross; S p. m., Ktiglhdi sermon on
tho Passion ot Our Lord. Holy SuV
urday: 7 n. in., blessing or the fire
nud Pascal Candle: Prophecleo: Bless
ing of tho llaptlsmat Wuter; 8:30 u
m., high innss; day of fast and nh
htluence. Kuster Sunday: C and 7
n. in., low masses with Holy Com
iiiunlon; li n. m., low mass with slug
lug and Knglish sermon; 10; :io. sol
cum Pontifical imu,s and sermon; K p
in., sacrament of continuation; 7 p
m., holcniu beiieillelloii. During nil
the services collection for the benefit
of the chinch.
Saint Augustine, Wnlklkl Palm
Sunday: ! it. m., blessing or the
Palms; Long gospel and mass. Wed
ncBclay: 7:30 p. in.. Stations of the
Cuiss. Huster Sunday, 8 a. m., mas?
with Knglish sermon.
Christian Chuicli A. C. MoKoovcr
paslor. !):I5, Hlblo school; ii:S0. Y.
P. S. C. i: subject Toinpemncu"; 11
a. in., sermon, hiibjcct "llearlng nud
Doing"; 7:30 sermon, subject, "Do
Justly, U)o Mcicy. and Walk Iliiuib
ly With Thy God," All are welcome.
At St. Alldmw's f'ntlintll-nl tniiinr.
low, Palm Sunday, tho tegular ser
vices for the day will bo held. In the
evening lllshop Itestarlck will -con-tlnuo
his lecture on the "Pilnelplcs of
the Clnlstlan Religion." Tho subjict
will be "Tho Poi-potuatlon and Demon
stration oi mo cnristinii Kellglon."
These lecturea havo attracted n win,.
Tho Catholic Church of St John the
llnptlst Kiillhl-wnona, In charge oi
Your Milkman Charges You
We don't mean to make the assertion that he has ADDED water to
the milk he sells you.
But in its natural state, nenrly all milk is 87 per cent, water. And
when you pay 12c. per quart, you aro helping to defray the cartage and
freight charges on this water. BUY
nnd add the vatcr (which we have removed) in your.own kitchen.
get a pure, sterilized product, richer in "butter-fat," and which will go
tanner titan mint you buy of your mukmnn, to say nothing ot the conve
nience in use.
You Won't Need Half So Much "Shortening" in Your
Cooking, If You Use CARNATION MILK.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
THE DREADESS B'JBOSiBG PLAGSSIE
The Citizens' Health Committee ciys: "This pU(jue Is primarily a
disease oi the tat." Nothing else Is so sure a dcsUoycr oi rats, driving
them out ol the house to die, aa
Rsiti zmtf RoGlfa Psssfo
The health authorities recommend Electric Paste the U. S. Government
buys it and uses It as the most reliable rat poison known, for your
own protection use Stearns Electric Paste around your premises and
L11I and keep away tho dangerous rats.
2 or. box aac; 10 oz. box SI.OO.
Sold hi dmneltti find aenrrll ilflm verhera nr
jl3 tent direct on-mid on receipt ol crlce.
blcarns' Elcdrlc Paste Co.
BUFFALO, N. V..
U. S. A, 4
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B., A. 3. C. C, No. G0247,
and Gucnon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. 02301, at service at $10.
SL2 The Fond Dairy
Ilov. rather Clement. Tonionow,
April U'tb, I'alm Sunday, S.Iin n. m.,
IiIkIi mass, blehsliiK ami illhtilbntldii
or braiiclK h, sermon, collection, Sun
day school. 1 p. in., Itosary.
TOR THE OFFICE OF
President of the Board of Health
but our expert can look after the health of your
TYPEWRITER, CASH REGISTER or
He knows his business and can make your machine
as good as new,
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
031 FORT STREET,
A GREAT SUNDAY
Central Tnlon's pioRrsuu for Talm
Sunday is unique. In music Fame's
"I'alm llinnches" uuil Uleilermann's
duct for soprano ami alto, "Lead,
Kindly I.IkIiI," for morning woislilp;
In the oveiilnK Messis. W. A. I.ovo
and A. II. liiKiills In a violln-oi'Knu
duet ami the iIioiiih repeating by
request (lounod's "Snnctus," Is cer
tainly attractive. Add to this the
nddicss by lit Ipratllcr (leueral Hlcli
ill il II. I'nttt, friend of tieueial Ann
htioiiK, Indian educator and war M't
min, on his Indian oiuiIcucch at
Hie Mcn'a Itally under the new Cab
inet, and a glad celebration of tho
day Is assured. Tho Kndeavor Ko
cletv bus also provided a tient In
1iiiIiik seemed lion. J. 0. Woolloy to
M"'.ili on John II. Uonsh at -Ha 0:30
p. m. meeting.
J3ay"For Rent" cards on sale at
-if. Hullrtln otneo.
A Special Meeting of tho Stock
holdeis ot the IIONOKAA HtHlAU
COMPANY will be held at tho Olllco
of 1-'. A. Si haefcr & Co., Ltd., on
Wednesday, Kith April, 11)08, ut 10
o'clocU a. in.
j. w. WAi-nnoN.
Secretary Honolulu Sugar Co.
On Kilday moinlng on King street
between llctlinl street and inllwny
depot, it lail'H gold watch. Kinder
will i-toie siiltnblo rowmd on re
turn to this ulilco. MU7 1-tf
IN T1IK DISTU1CT COHUT OK Tlll-J
UNITIil) STATES, l-'OIt Tlll-J UIS
TItlCT OK HAWAII.
In the Matter of Stanloy A. Cutter,
lldiiKiiipt. In IlanKruptcy, Nu.
To tho Creditors of Stanley A. Cut
ter of Honolulu, Island ot O.ihu,
Tenltory of Hawaii.
Nutlio is lieieby given that on tho
11th day of Apill, A. 1). 11108. said
Stanloy A. Cutter was duly adJutlBod
a bankrupt, uuil that tho first meot
lng of his eiedltors will bo held nt
"" liiild building, Hoiinlulu, on tho
-'1st day of April, A. Ul. 1908, at 10
"'clot u a. iu nt which timo said cred
itor may attend, piovo their e'lalnis,
cMiiiiliio Hie luinkiiipl elect u IrtU'
(ee, and transact such other business
mi may properly tomo befoio said
Ai.ntiu) t. imocK, '
Heteiee In Hankruptcy.
Honolulu, April -11th, 1U0S.
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