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Wallace R. Pnrrlnjjton,
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY
in the Territory
The Maul News responds to tho
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n " notice of a colored
nnd mlnleadlnK dispatch sent to the
News from Honolulu. by calliiR at
tentlun to alleged misstatements In
tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 ii ' s correspondence
from Wallnkti All of which Illumi
nates the II u 1 1 o t i n ' s point that
It Is "up to" the people of the out
alilo Inlands to see that they are sup
plied with facts, not mlsrcpicsenta
tlon. i That Is what the 11 it 1 1 e 1 1 n
slims to Becuro In connection with Its
own news service, nnd In that re
Bpect hns set the Maul News a fath
erly mid friendly example.
"KAPAA" LAND PROGRAM.
Tho program outlined hy Governor
Vrenr for denllng with the (onion
Knpaa land question Is entirely cor
rect in theory. It Is Impossible at
this writing to pass on the valuations
lio has placed on the lauds to be
Tho proposed land exchange,
which does not Include Knpaa lands
at any sizeable nie.i, Is one that
commends Itself to u (ommon-bentc
view of the conditions with which
the Territory hns to deal.
Ilyan exchange of tho lands of
Annhblu nnd Knmntmtlo for those of
Wulpoll und Olchcna. the Territory
secures a tract ot land which, taken
with the adjacent Kapan laud, con
solidates tho public holdings In a
most desirable manner. The Makce
Sugar company Is also 'In a much
hotter, position by having Its lands
liiitlie combined areas of Kapua,
Wnlpoll and North Olehena the Ter
ritory hns magnificent pioperty for
the cane-planters and the pineapple
growers. Theic Is room for all nnd
grenPopportunltles for development.
with his own land consolidated
nnd the lease of cune lands open to
him, 'as well as the right to develop
water resources. Col. Spalding and
his manager, Mr. Fulrchltd, have tho
opportunity before them to make
things "hum" In a stylo, that will
make the so-called barons of Kauai
sit up and take notice.
Sugar Is n I ready developed. Tho
construction of a pineapple cannery
would make over a thousand acres
i attractive to homesteaders, and tho
completion of tho Kcalla hreakwutcr
should solve the transportation prob
lem so quickly that It would not bo
necessary to wait for tho Kauai belt
SPEAKING OF HARMONY.
The "hnrmonlzcrs" of tho Repub
lican party, who wish to "harmo
IpUe" by edict without work, seem
to feci that the work of organization
JHjJshoiild begin from tho top and move
I clown. In other words, that the lead
1 Vers should be selected and the people
rnlly to their standard without any
effoit In preliminary organization of
The purpose of tho "hnrmonlzers"
has In the past been to mnko their
proposals as nearly Impossible as
thoy can be created, the while crim
inally assailing und misrepresenting
ip' Hut let us take them at their
4'oril accepted by no ono as of nny
Et particular vuluo and bee what re
" lleglnnlns at the top and working
clown, let tho people consider u pro
gram on the following lines:
For Mayor of Honolulu Henry 12.
Tkj' &Tliero Is a ticket that represents
8K;apacIty and power us well as
Jj itralght Republicanism. It would
certainly satisfy tho tegulur organl-
zatlon workers. Inspire confidence,
' and therefore draw an overwhelm
ing support, If tho remainder ot tho
ji ticket anil tho remainder of the man
agerial force were wen uaianceu,
VTIiero Is no doubt of tho result it
r su'ch a combination could be brought
v about, rue .question now; ns me
' unbutton nlu-nvs hns been. Is: I
pan you get them to take tho time I
to bo Into ItT
Office, - 5S5tt
Enured at the rctoAice at ltonolula
n tMonJiliu ti.it. er
APRIL 18, 1008
ON GROWING OLD.
Don't do It.
Dr. Clark Hell of N-v York ha
written a paper showln.; that ngc Is
quite an unnecessary evil.
He cites the names of uhotit 100 per
sons who have Hied to be over one
hundred years of ngc '
Last year In New York city sonic
nineteen eontennrians died, nnd Mctch
nlkoff hns reported the inse of a wo
man In Germany who U now 1CS years
old, In good hcnlthy and doing her
own house work.
What bIi'c hns accomplished In this
lino may be duplicated by others, o!
course, but any competitor for such
longevnl honors must have good stock
back of him. a lougllved ancestry; he
must start with a sound body and a
derently equipped mind, for it is Mify
sure thnt education and culture con
duce to life.
In so far, the theory of the Christian
Scientists Is right you must light dis
ease nnd death by a hopeful philos
ophy of life.
Why decay before you nre lfiS jenr
It Is very truo that few person ill
of old ago; they tuceuuili to some ac
cidental condition; are taken by apop
lexy, pneumonia or arterial degener
ations. And. the med!ca scientists arc lnd
,Irtg tljat the cerebral nnd spinal degen
erations of old age, locomotor-ataxia,
senile dementia and so on, are-duo to
Infections which may Ire avoided!
You can't evndo transmitted tenden
cies and actual disease handed down
to you by, your parents because you
cannot very well follow Dr Holmco'
rdvlec and make a good selection of
"It was the grandest spectnelo on
earth." "Tho fire was thrown within
twenty feet of the top cl tho pit, nnd
the floor was covered with running
streams of lnvn." "I would not have
missed the sight for any considera
tion." These wore the remarks mado by
visitors who returned from the Vol
cano by the MAUNA LOA this week.
Don't wait for the activity to
cease; book now while the show is
Only Jt2.no for the round trip.
For Information regarding the trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMFANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
King Street $40.00
Manoa , $60.00
King Street. . . $40.00
Prospect Street $50.00
Beretania Street $35,00
King Street $15.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Emm Brrwt $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 Bartrain Makiki District. Three
bedroom, modern cottage. Cash or
Corner Fort and Merchant Sti.
mk 1jwk M
tt ?'t Jolt U,JftVhoiv
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $27.50
Young St., 2 bedrooms $30.00
King St., 3 bedrooms $35.00
Greene St., 4 bedrooms $3D.uo
Prospect St., 4 bedrooms . . . .$60.00
Waikiki. 4 bedrooms $00.00
Manoa, 3 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 4 bedrooms $60.00
Ainahau, Waikiki $75.00
Sjmfc Wf" boM
parents, but you can take a long step
In thnt direction. And you can keep
from leaving (his sort of property to
your children nnd grandchildren. '
In every part of the world men of
SO years are found hnle and hearty,
the fathers of young children.
And physicians are becoming con-
liued thnt this talk of "change of
life," and prematura ovidencos of
renlllty in women, is a result of errorj
of belief and lllng, nnd that a wo
man's period of reproductive life may
be Indefinitely extended,
Wo bale only to get out of a bad
When we stop making woman lio
nn artificial, In-door life, we may find
that she does not grow 5ld nify young
er thnn a man does.
And the factor whlih bears on long
i It y. Is the theme of ihcerf illness.
Above all the best, we must elim
inate envy, hatred, reinnge, worry, the
"blues," and depressing matter what
ever, If c would live long.
Kindliness nnd n determination to
be Just at any cost, nre better renitlon!
than elixirs of life, or the tonics you
get from your doitor. Simple diet Is
Mr. 11 of Cincinnati has reached
Jlic ago of 90 years, and ho is fresher
than many young men.
Ho says he owes his long life to his
diet, which for CO years has consisted
of little more than mill;, crackers, wat
er and a small piece of meat, oath day.
Another old man over 100 writes
that ho expects to IUt to In- 150 years
of age, nnd that he ewes his cohtinn
ance to the fact that ho has taken a
sponge bath every day for SO years
One man's father thought that he kept
his health up to 79 years because ot a
dally bath nnd tho exclusion from his
diet of pastry. At 79 ho could read
without spectacles, hear distinctly, en
Joy his food and work.
Of course, long life In theso cases
was not duo to nny ono particular
thing; but these things were helps,
and w llli other things, enable us to du.
tcrmlne what measures will help us to
ward off death.
(Continued from Pase 1)
ly canio for u consideration of tho
measure by the Ilouso.
Hawaii can congrntulato itself up
on tho pnssago of this measure
through the House, oven If nothing
more shall bo accomplished during
tho session. Thero Is no reason to
bellovo that there will bo any dlfll
culty in tho Senate. The bill goo
thero with tho prestige of practically
a unanimous vote back of It. As Mr.
Slaydon of Texas stated on tho floor,
that though ho had been opposed to
tho annexation of Hawaii ho wel
comed tho oppoitunlty to show to tho
country how political differences
could bo laid aside tho moment a
measure of national Importance was
presented to Congress for considera
tion. Sincerely yours,
V. M. HATCH.
"FOn RENT" cards on sal
at ins Bulletin offlea.
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibro 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;
30 inches wide,
IIONOLULU.T II. SATt'IlIUY, Arn. 18, 1S0S.
BULLETIN Ml) I
- Vnder the title ' C'orer it Ap-
t polntiucnt. ' the Maul News
publishes the edltoilal ioih-
ment of the Bulletin
t with the following Introduc-
"In the mnttci of the ap-
polntment of Doctor 1, Cofer
ns President of the lloaid of
Health the K vcnlns II u I -
I e't i n , In Its Issue of the
13th instnnt, hns the follow-
lug edltorlnl that expresses
our views cm tho subject so ex-
nctlj thnt we give the same In
full nnd endorse the utter-
nnces therein conliilned. '
Hawaii, dear, toss
Your cap in the nlr.
I'nc.le Sam's nil thero
He Is Hiiro nil these;
We'll have coin to burn
And never n cine,
Happy us Faddy at Kilkenny
Plnkhnm's telegrams for nld from
Hllii biought n quick response. The
men over there who endorsed lilin
for (lovernor Inst year stood stoutly
by 111 in for I'resldent of the Hoard of
Health this year. Let's Kee, what
wns It I'lnkhnm promised to do for
So far us tho Heruld Is aware, Mr.
l'lnkhant never promised anything
more to llllo than he did to the rest
f the Territory, and that was to do
his duty, which ho hns done all along
(Continued from Pase lA
able surprise has been shown over
the fact that tho.. Sheriff still hold
this political otllc'o in spile or his
his own strict lule to the effect lb it
no member of the police force should
hold u'ny political ofllce,
Tho Slieiirt wlicjn ho wns seen
about ilils tmllter idday, explained
Hint ho had not bW it ware that lie
held the olllce until' the matter had
been cnllcil to his attention n fow
days, ngo, Ah a'contequeiicc he
would cull tho meeting nnd tender
his resignation on that occasion.
CHINESE MEETING TO
Assembly Called Tonight for General
Discussion of Old Time
Theie will be public meeting on
Monday evening at 7: 30 In the hall
of tho Chinese t'lilted Society for tho
purpose of dlscus'ilng tho subject of
limited Immigration of Chlncso la
borers to Hawaii The talk will bo
general nnd In the Intoiests of the
"cause" Hither than with the hope of
accomplishing nn linmcdluU) lesult.
It Is tho belief or thoso Intciested
that the people of tho mainland do
not understand the facts ot the sit
uation In these Islands, nnd tho
campaign to be conducted, It It Uses
to the level of a campaign, will bo
to place tho undnultenitcd facts bo
foro tho American peoplo und let
them draw their own conclusion.
It Is tho conviction ot many In
tho Territory that If malnliindors
know more about it, their opposition
to restricted Chlneso immigration
would bo wltlidinwn.
A COLLAR BUTTON is an
insignificant article, yet it. is
a very necessary one. There
is a great difference is collar
buttons; the. cheap, flimsy one
is an abomination, but the
strong, heavy, well-made, sol
id gold button is a pleasure
to use and wear.
Our are the kind that LAST
A LIFETIME and GIVE SAT
ISFACTION TO THE WEAR
ER. It F. Wichman & Co.
o CHURCH SERVICES
l'list Methodlsl Episcopal I'liuiili,
I0.S Heietiiuln Me ; l)ald W t'j.nie,
pastor. faster Services Sund.i)
tchnol, li: 15 n 111. Hl'-liuiil it Trout
superintendent; international leston,
"Jesus Annotated nt I!ethnn." At
the usual hour of morning worshlu.
11 o'clock, the children of thu Sun
day schoollwlll lender n program ap
propriate y ci the season. In con
nection, nn lCnster offering will lie
iceelieil for benowilent put poses. Up
worth League, ft. 30 p. m., I. 11. Tosh
president; topic for study "An K.ister
Message, (Jo Tell Mv Hrethrcn." Ke
nlng worship, 7 : :to : the pastor wll
preach, subject "The Kesuncctlnti
Mrs. Dr. O'Day wilt slug n solo and
the choir will render special music
The public Is coidl.illy Invited to
attend. The Kpworth League nieet-
lug will be led by Miss Moyor.
Central Uniou Church. Service?
on Kaster Sunday, Apill 19, as fol
lows: Ilnlly of city Illhlc schools at
9:30 u. in. Morning worship nt 11
o'clock; the minister will preach:
subject "Raised Together With
Christ." Choir and choius, Stnnle
Livingston conductor, will sing Pud
Icy Duck's "Kaster Dawn" nnd lead
the congregation; Mrs. Mnckull will
slug Ornnlcr's "Hosannn." The Chris
tian Kndcnvor Society will meet tit
4:30 p. in. livening worship nt 7:"o
o'clock. Tho chorus-choir will sing
Dudley HuclVs "Christ the Victor.'
The service will be one ot praise
without sermon. Mis. A. II. lngaUs
will piny Wlcnlawskl's Romance
from 2nd Concerto or lolln with or
gan accompaniment. A cordial in
vitation Is extended to strnngcis,
seamen, traveleis. visiting friends
nnd the public general!) to attend all
QUEER KINK '
(Continued from .Pare 'M
lit the polls," said Ingham in dis
cussing the matter today. "This incl
usion evidently was lnacKi to apply
iimler the former iiirangeniont whoa
not more than lluee voting shelios
were allowed In each apartment, the
number being llxcd on tho basis of
two Miteis in lespect to each shelf or
compartment, thus allowing for
th ice In line and three voting. Un
der the amendment providing for nn
Ini lease In the tijiniber of uitlng
shelves in riiiiKestpcJ prcclnctB,lud;ll.
tlonnl yoUra' should 'lie nermltt'ed
within tho polling area In tho mm-
ratio; that would bo two voters In
lespect to each additional Kholf: nth-
eiwlso tho purposo of the iiniendliienl
to tellovo congested products will lie
only partially eftoctho.
"I'ntll the law can be changed to
emlii.ite such provisions the Terrlto-
il.il committees, of the binVinl polic
ial panics should consent to their
adoption by tho Kxecutive.
"I hae suggested to the Sec-ietarv
that aildillonul Aotlng shelves be In
stalled In those pieclnits imlv where
the registered Miters exceed ;t(l0, and
that one shelf be Installed In ic-pcit
of each hundred oters or fiaitlun
theleof in excess of 300 In null pre
EJSy'Por Rent" cardo en sale at
.kiMM . n1riri
Our Easter Cards for 1908
as also our supplies of
STATIONERY,, BOOKS, ETC.,
are specially scleoted to meet the
taste of "our community, and the
is published to meet thrneed of var
ied, reliable information pertaining
to the land wo live in,
TIios. G. Thrum.
STATIONER, ETC., 1C03 FORT ST.
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A SPANISHIWGEOF "refw
Recommends Pcnma to His Paltcnls Becauoa it Is a
1 C001J Remedy.
1 . &flaa&v mmsmsb
OR. PEDRO PERRA FAJARDO.
rfio recent ronniiet' of IV-riina in foreign Irncli lliecuiiijnp ono cf the
moil Hitcri'Jtlnfi tiltn of inccllonl liltory. S
Jfot only In rorun.T l,noo In l'orto llioo ond (ho TM i .'f, lnt i:i
tinny foreign coiintricii, sueli aa Aiiitrulla, Sotitli Afrtci .iiul MkU'i.
I'oniim I admtnililv nil.inud for Iho illccancM of hot clli.i.iH'n wlrro c.
tarrhnl tiffrettonnof the allimiitiry rnnal nn; pioiilviit, lirro alu: ..a "'-!.
ncrrnuii ilrircMlun arn fur more conri.on limn ill thlh country. i
lVrnnii U1111 ndmlrnlila Imiik- mi1 iimnctll'iK ly rctor a vU.,"i'-'' '".'- ;
tltoniul n ri'sultir iI1ki'Ii':!, ami t'ci'iji itli.i.Ully bccomlu p1.1ml.1M1
tropli'al f-ouiifrlcft lllcu 1'orlo ltixi, M i"o and tlio Philippine .
I'liynlelnnSof lcurnlnn nnd Inicimitionnt TfimUtl'.n rencllljr roconin.-ni'
IVriina for tliclr patient, and tfil,y
Tor Pulmonary Dl&:ar
Tollinoiilal of Dr. Kli.riii YUal r
ItioH, ofllco I'diito, l'orlu ltlco. Di ;.r
of Mpillelno nnd Sundry of tho ITnl
vcrxlty of Madrid, honorary mcnilii .' of
tho faculty of Hareolann, C'ni'uru,
Hpaltii has prnetleed In tho ho piuis
of 1'arU ami has been admitted to thu
Tho following wholcsalb ilri'E ( "j1ijHic'V(MftrTJ "ft CO.'.' 1 H.ONOLULIJ,
Blfctu will supply tho retail trafit,,UO.dl.CTLU OltCU CO., ) IJAWAU.
Elbow lenRths, in PINK,
and BROWN; PLAIN and
in WHITE. BLACK. PINK, BLUE, GRH5r..aWff!, OHAiJI
PAQNE; 1G-BUTT0N CKAHOIS-HNISHED SiAttl?
ILACK. PINK. BLUE. GRIT?,.
"DOROTHY DAINTY" RIBBON SETS
HOSIERY, VEILS, ETC.
French Candies and
Ice Cream al the
Peruj a to my )r-,
lien Is because
it is $dtMi; bo
cjuiso ii cures
and because, ifc
has always giv
en the best of ro-
stilts in every
which it in iec
o.nimciKled,' Pedro Penis ftjar do, M.D.
!, P. B.
Tilt CONQULUTS Of PE-RU-MA. " $
har of I'nit.' liu'O. '"I ecru tlmt I
IfrcK.'rilii- P rutin, a 1 "neily .'1 r j iilnion
nrT illtcu'cii rjiiimnar'Luv I 'v 'llm JV
rnna Dtii,j r., ot (.olmnbii, (Ip'o, V.
, A., and Hint J hm liwi ninniMct
lij t"ioiiiiok, xtirf r uti ant) it (tooJ
uiiariuicolos'"! iormolK.'' '
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.mini ,i,i mptwm-r mmui UMwn.sw vtii
M. E SUVA
HONOLULU UNdEBTAKma CO.
liS3 the lnie'.t mithod in the ait of
embnjnikp. to Cat bodies can bo
kept nny length of time, and still
produce ix lifelU-c appearance.
Rive him a call and h's work will
speak far tstlf.
Ofihc, U0 tOitT ST.; Fhbnp 70;
jugiu mu, jui