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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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Suninici lias urilved.
. Wlm wouldn't be u pirate nt II.
nml 1 month''
T The l'leet Is pretty well toiiBiic
Itleil since tlio rule Is umimiucctl tliat
IJnnly emu' Admiral may talk at public
Ureal llrltulu'H pioblcm In India Is
quite us large iih mi thing our cous-
.-Ins have on tliclr hands at tliu pres-
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Death stepped In to prevent at
least (ino International marriage
.from being carried through a teat
" jffni success or failure.
. ' Afrml riiertif 11 llin f.illilln nf llll
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ifuoudlng proposition. There In one
uwny to iiercunic It Fight for local
usiCbhinent and collection of taxes.
ut In St. I.ouls, Missouri, they
ire talking In faor of ship subsidy.
his gles hoiio that the forelgu-shlii
obby has lost Its chief suppoit
Get rid of our suggestions on the
(Fleet early. Don't tell how It should
be' done, after nil arrangements lire
(made, and the workers are doing
their utmost to score success,
I'. C. Jones talks about oung men
ot the head of the Fleet Committee,
. jWhlle Hunker nlll blood Hows In Ills
'veins Mr. Jones should never allow
himself to speak of growing old. He
"cannot act tho part. jliiti.
The Treasury Department has rul
ed against bake under tho pure-fowl
K Jaw. And San Francisco promptly
asks If this Is to be the cause of an
other International Incident, nnrd-
jj ly, while there Is beer to take Its
I.J-1 L.1IU. U H
The morning paper admits that
there is no use arguing the question
of tho superiority of the evening
newspaper. It was hardly to be bup
posod that mention of tho subject
would cause It to wander oft Into a
, That additional money tacked on
'to the Pearl Harbor appropriation
by the Senate means that the Item
goes to conference. May it not get
mixed up in the fight over the naval
policy, and be traded out of existence.
'lis t Japan says tho German and Amer-
F lean merchants are nuletly nromot-
' tng the Chinese boycott agitation.
When America was boycotted, Jap
anese and British merchants wero
charged with being tho men bchlnj
Democratic votes killed tho Blilp
, subsidy bill anil Democratic votes de
feated tho four-battleship naval ap
proprlatlon. Democrats must neces
sarily conio under the classification
of little Americans small potatoes,
und few lu tho hill.
fir rjawali should begin an nggrcs
',. Blve campaign to advertise tho fact
i i Hint nitnougu Hawaii hus built a
' i 'yacht, tho whole Pacific Coast can't
t 'ralso the price of a boat to sail In
,. 'competition with It. Perhaps wh
; might Bhamo them Into doing bust-
If, I ness.
Some people talk of treating tho
pi uoys oi (ne j'lcct like ciiiiuren ami
R others discuss the hoys as It they
J were a gnng of criminals that need
iovatchlng. Let's strike a happy me-
tijdlum and treat them like tho good,
jj sensible, well-dlsclpllncd American
: ,;nen they aro.
TO KEEP THE PEACE.
President Roosevelt In his Intcst
meB8age to Congress preaches the
' practical doctrlno or peace In sucn
"forceful style that sections of tho
i-document might with propriety be
J used in tho public schools of the
country to give the youth n thoiough
'; understanding of practical govern
i'ment, ( The President says; "It is mis
chievous folly for any statesman' to
assume that this world has yet
'reached tho stage, or has come with
lihfcjfa&'i'MilJiiAn I if mil to i Jti4V,iaJ"r.Wnrii
PtrSH Months .Bo
l'cri4r anywhere In U S . I.imi
Per Ycii onywliere in Canula l.ffti
l'crear imlpiM, furelgi -J.oo
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APRIL 25, 1908
in mcasuiable distance of the stago
when n pioud nation, Jealous of Its
honor and conscious of Its gieat mis
sion In the world, cm be content to
ul for pence upon the forbearance
of other Powers.
"For centuries China has cultivat
ed the vpiv spirit which our own
peace-iit-" ir' . men wish this
count i ,i iuu.i. Air (Oiitmles
Chi..' hii I iri.su to pioMc mill
tar.' li.i.-i i nml ...m Heated the sol
dier .... ...i ,.i.,...m.
' In external affairs the policy has
resulted In various other nations
now holding large portions of Chi
nese tcrrltor, while theio Is n very
acute fear In China lest the empire
becauve of Its ilefenselOHsncss, bu ex
posed to absolute dismemberment
and Its well-wlsheis are able to hold
It oul) la n small mc.isuic because
no nation can help nt onto unless
that other can help Itself.
"When n nation Is so happily sit
uated as ouis that Is, when It Ins
no iciiMin to fear or to bo feared by
Its land neighbors the Fleet Is n'l
the more necessary for the preserva
tion of pence The United States ran
hope for a permanent career of pe.ico
on onl) one condition, and that Is,
on condition of building und main
taining a first-class nay"
The Fleet It coming. Let ut clean
up the City.
Another Popular Excursion To This
Great Natural Wonder.
Leaving Honolulu by the fine, new
steamer "MAU.N'A KCA" Tuesduy
noon. Apl. 2Sth, tho party will ar
rive nt the Volcano tho next even
ing, where it will remain until Sun
day morning, when stages will con
vey tho visitor across the old lava
Hows, to llonuapo, )where tho fine
steamship MAUNA I.OA awaits" them
and which will arrive In Honolulu
Tuesday morning, May Gth.
The Volcano Is now moro active
than It has been for jcars. Visitors
aro appalled by the awful grandeur
which the becne presents. The pit
Is filling rapidly and local residents
are flocking to the crater to view
this unusual eruption. Don't miss
this great opportunity to see the
Hound trip faro only 151.00.
For Information legardlng the
trip apply to
WATERHOUIE TRUST C0MTANY,
Cor. Fort &ad Merchant Sti,,
Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, three hedroom
modern cottage $3200,
Makiki District, Kinau Street, Lot
50x90, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modem bunga
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Sjwid Wf boM
Pacific Hts., 2 bedrooms $25.00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $27.50
Young St., 2 bedrooms $30.00
King St., 3 bedrooms $35.00
Greene St., 4 bedrooms $35.00
Prospect St., 4 bedrooms . . . .$50,00
Pacific Hts., 4 bedrooms $50.00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $50,00
Waikiki. 4 bedrooms $00.00
Manoa, 3 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 4 bedrooms $60.00
Ainahaii, Waikiki $75,00
fljiwifc mk LoJtt
PROHIBITION NOT WANTED.
It Is worth while for our people to
notice how uulckly an attempt to
start u discussion on the value of
Prohibition for this Terrltorj dies
The reason Is not far to beck.
The cltbens of this Territory nnd
Its residents have no sjmpathy Willi
the Piohlbitlou program. The toler
ant majority Is nulle willing to al
low the lutoleinnt ones to break
forth occasionally and condemn
their fellow-cltlrens as sinners and
enemies of the public good. The ma
jority has no Intention, however, of
believing all the evil that Is said,
nor Is It the plan to be forever Indif
ferent to attacks upon the motives of
One of the most Impressive facts
In the whole campaign against liq
uor Is that the States that have led
In tho Prohibitory movement are
now on the verge of return to Li
cense, nt n time When License) State"
seem heading for Prohibition, al
though they will not go that far.
It Is true that Prohibition does not
Maine has furnished nn evidence
of this. It has moro Inwu to assist
Prohibition thnn any other State in
the Union. Lately Maine created a
State authority for enforcing tho
In former days Maine had its wet
Counties and Its dry Counties, Just
as any I.lcunso State has. It ull de
pended on whether or not a wave of
reform were passing through the
County. State control was presumed
to do away vvltli all this and tho en
forcement become uniform. Maluo
still has Its wet Counties and Its dry
Counties, Its wet towns and Its dry
And many young men of Maine
who were born and grew to man
hood under Prohibition aro now
turning to License as a solution of
the liquor problem,
Tho pcoplo who are gaining
ground In tho cause of temperance
are the oncg who aro preaching per
sonal temperance In the use of liq
uor. They are tho real victors of the
Drunkenness wns novcr moro "out
of stylo" than nt tlie present day In
all parts of our country. Alcoholic
beverages were never moro n neces
sity, notwithstanding u class of In
dividuals who preach Prohibition,
take their alcohol In larger doses as
Tho gist of the matter In Hawaii
Is that the people have no use for
Prohibition. It docs not lit the sit
uation. To piohlblt among our pop
ulation would be to put a piemlum
on contraband tidac, and not reduce
the peiccutngo of harm dono by In
toxicants, Furthermore, after many expcil
menu It Is found that tho Territory
now has a very excellent law for
legtilatlng the liquor ti utile.
Why should the people change to
bomethtng that satisfies no one, nt
the behest of tho radical who lotuses
to bo practical and entirely honest?
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the tollowinc colors:
WHITE WITH PINK:
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inohes wide.
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Olna, 12 Miles School,
April nn, 19tS.
To tho IMltor of the H v e n I n g
! II it 1 I o 1 1 ii , Honolulu.
Dear Sir; The cutworms are
! stilt with us mid we aro work- !
lug harder. Today Is the flrBt
clear day since school stnrled.
! A great many of the children
aro sick. Some have the $
"mumps" nml mine have the
"chlckenpox." Mi. Mcliierny
sent lis a certllliatn for the
"Yacht Hawaii" and he wioto
I- us a nice letter. We me going
to put our certificate and Idler
In n frame.
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CHURCH SERVICES 1
First Methodist Kplscopal Church,
tos llcretunla avenue, David W.
Ciane, pastor. Siuulnv hi hool, !.l.ri
u. in., Richard II. Trent bupeilntend
ent; International lesion "Jesu.
Tenches Humility.' Morning wor
ship, 11 ii. in., sermon by the pastor,
subject "Mooting Our Obligations.'
Kpvvoitli League, C:"l() p. in, P. U.
Tosh president; tuple for sliidv,
"Immortal Till My Woik Is Done.'
The Kp worth League meeting will
be led by the president. Lvenlng
woishlp, 7::i0; the several Honolulu
lodges of Odd Fellows and ltebekahs.
Including the uniform rank, will at
tend chinch In a body. Special mu-
rlc will be rendered by Mr. Wall,
Mr. Adams and Miss Hull. The ser
mon will be delivered by l)r John
V Wndmnn, n member of the or
ganization. This will bo an inci
sion well worth attending and the
public Is Invited not only to this but
to all the services of the dio.
Central Union Church. Morning
worship at 11 o'clock: the minister
vvjlll iirrncn; bubject. "The Face of
the Christ." Choir nnd chorus, Stan
lojr Livingston conductor, will sing
the nntlfcm ".wnko Up, Mj Glory, '
llarnby. Kvcnlng worship at "::!')
o'clock; set mo'u by tho minister;
subject, "Three Stages." Tho choir
and chorus -n1!!! sing thd anthem
"Sweet's Thy Mercy Lord," llarnby.
For tho offertory Mrs. Mncknll will
sing Lidclell's,','Abldo,WUIi Me."
Homan Catholic Cathedral. Sun
day bcrvlces: C a. nj low mass
with Poitugucse instruction and
holy communion; 7 u. m low mass
with holy communion; 9 a. m., low
mabs with Kngllsh sermon nnd sing
ing; 10:30 a. m , high mass with n,i
tlvo sermon; 2 p m., rosary nnd na
tive Instruction; 7 p. m., Portuguese
sormoti mid benediction of tho lllcj
bed Sacrament During tho week
low masses at fi and 7 a. m,
Tho Cnthollc Church of St. John the
Baptist, Kallhl-vvaena, In charge of
Hov.. Father Clement. Tomorrow
April 2Cth, S:30 a in., high mass, ser
mon, collection, Sunday BChool. 4 p.
St. Augustine Chanel.. Wnlklkl. n
a. m low mabs with Ungllsh sermon
At St. AiuIiovv'h Cathedral nt 11 n.
m. tomorrow the Itov. Leopold Kioll,
lato of Hooslck Falls, Now Vork, will
preach. At 7:30 p. m after chotal
Kvon Song lllshop Jiestnrlclj will
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
II. F. WichmaiT& Co.
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Often Lead to Consumption by Stealthy
and Gradual Degrees,
TIIK word catarrh designates nn In
llnmmatory condition of n mucous
membrane. It usually results from
While, It i Into that catarrh U gener
ally confined to tho nolo and throat", yet
It may affect any mucous membrane, of
Catarrh of the throat Is llablo to
spread hick wards nnd downwards
through tho bronchial tubes until it
reaches tho lungs, when It Is apt to pro
duco a condition of tho lungs closely ro
Indeed, somo w rlters regard catarrhal
Inflammation of tho lungs as consump-
As soon as tho catarrh reaches the
" tho appctlto fnlls, tho patient In
comes weak and emaciated. In fact, tho
usual symptoms of coimumptlon make
their appearance, and jet tho catarrhal
element which has produced this condi
tion it not always recognized.
Thorn is only one way of relieving
such cases, and that is to combat the
l'cruna Is an old and tried remedy for
cases of catarrh, nnd Is applicable to
catarrh of the head, throat, lungs, or
any other Internal organ subject to
l'cruna Is an internal systcmla rem
edy, and Inllticiicuscntarrhalrundltluns
w herover they aro located in tho human
Peruna has relieved a multitude
Hitch bottle of l'cruna is accompanied
by directions for use, and booklets writ
ten by Dr. Hartman can generally bo
obtained of tho druggist, for tho asking.
Anyone having catarrh of tho head,
throat, lungs, or stomach should not fall
to glvo Peruna a trial. Ono trial is
usually iMilllclent to convince. Itrarcly
falU to produce lmmcdlato benefits.
Weak. Rundown and Paralyzed.
Mrs. Allco llradloy, Thorold, Ontario,
"Two years ago I boenmo weak and
rundown, and as tlmo passed I gradually
failed until a year ago, when I oxiori
diced n stroke, of paraljsh, which
affected ono side and I w.Ys hclplcsn.
"1 called In professional medical treat
ment, but steadily A row worse. I had
decided I never would rlc again from
my lied, but, when l'cruna was brought
to mo and after having taken four bot
tles of it, I was nblo to lio out and a
wonder to myself and friends.
"I consider l'cruna a great blessing to
tho aflllctcd. I may add that my daugh
ter has also unccl l'oruna nnd has liecn
blessed with renewed health, Ibcllevo
Peruna saved our lives."
Had slomacli Trouble Is Now Well.
Mrs. Daniel I'assmorc, Welland, On
tario, Canada, writes:
'Tor threo years I was severely
aflllctcd with stomach trouble, and for
The following wholesale druggists
DR. COFER'S APPOINTMENT
Outside of tho Advertiser ofllco
theio will bo absolutely no hcait
burnlngs over tho appointment of
Dr. L. L". Cofcr to tlio position of
President of tho Territorial Hoard of
Health, so long nnd ably filled hv
L l:. Pluhham. Tho fact that all the
malevolenco which that sheet dis
placed against Plnkham merely serv
ed to diaw encomiums fioin every
reputablo bource, as wltiiebH the
words of Governor Frear hlmseir, will
be bitter enough to the owner nnd
Illicit man of tho Advoitlber, but
oven more bitter will be the appoint
ment of n man who cannot be "work
ed," That the Advettlser had si
lected a tool for tho position is. not
for n moment to bo doubted, though
nn instinct of low cunning piouiptcd
tho suppression of tho niiino of tho
man selected. As things stand now,
the Hoard of Health, under Dr. Co
fer. Is absolutely unassailable and
the Advcitlser ciuvvil Is hopelessly
out of contiol.
Of Dr. Cofer too much lu u favor
able way cannot bo said. Ho Imn
lived for seveial jears in this Terri
tory and his laboiH horo havu always
been In connection with tho Httunp
Ing out of illbtuso und couseiiici)t
picborvatlon of health. A trusted of
Iker of the United States Marino Hos
pital Service, ono of tho best serv
ices. If not tliu very best. In the
woild, Dr. Cofer stands nt the huail
of his piofesblon. When n man wns
needed lu Now York, Dr. Cofer was
sent for and Btmllaily, when plaguo
nude Its nppeurmicoln Seutthj, it
was again Dr. Cofer who wns called
to take chaise, Hawaii may thus
congratulato hcrbelf In seeming tho
bcrvlces of a man ui eminent In sci
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey School
Church Furn. Co.'s International
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
sign. Estimates given. Imports to order.
Tlios. G. Tlirum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
sin. mr'mimiMmmmy utm'rtiWn, uwiwaNmmmmmmuto i r "
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
Mrs. Llizaboth Hunt, 71 lllesslngton strcot, St. luk, M loom ne
' torla, member 1'rcsbylcrlaii Church,
"It gives mo pleasure to recommend
cured mo after other things had failed.
"For years I had been sick with this
'rendition. My appetite was pone,
leniently was very weak. My lungs
; time. My friends w ero worried over
i do mo any good.
-vB u iai rcHuri t cook inu auTico
, Itdld wonders for mo In a very short
' and w eight, and my lungs aro in good
days nt a tlmo I could not cat anything,
I grew thin in Mesh, had headaches, and
was tho picture of despair,
"I was attended by threo doctors, but
got no good results,
"Finally, I began tho nso of Peruna.
I soon noticed an Improvement, nnd
nftcr using three bottles I was ublo to
relish a meal, lu fact, could cat any
thing. "To-day I feel well and strong. I
consider that l'cruna has saved my life,
and 1 shall always prnlso It."
Was Threatened with Consumption,
Miss Olivine Pcrrault, ".ti Davidson
St., lloiilcvard Ht. Paul, Montreal, Can
"I wrlto yon a. word to congrattilalo
you on jour famous remedy, Peruna. I
tried other remedies, but my cold did
not get any bolter, and 1 feared I was
BENSON SMITH & CO w-
will supply the retail tiade: HONOLULU DRUG 00. " Ho"lulu Hawaii.
j L0THING made by
to stake tuejr reputations nnd money on the qual
ity of the goods we offer you through our adver
tisements in this paper, aro prima facie goods of
When you are offered substitutes for such goods you
may be sure there is a reason, nnd t,!us reason generally i3
more profit to the one who offers the substitutes, n.nd in
many instances means inferior goods.
' Remember all goods branded with the Stein Bloch
trade-mark and advertised to the publio at largo have gen
erally gone through the process of being tried and nut
WHEN YOU ASK FOR STEIN BLOCH CLOTFUNG IN
SIST ON GETTING IT.
$ (.a r) n. a
'M, McINEBNY, LT3D.,
Fort and MovcLmiii Streets
l'cruna for cntatrh ot the Ivitrj,
trouble nml ww in u intieii rundown
I could not ciecr " ni"lit. iiikI ii i -
wero sec. in 1 I Imu a roiuli nit Hi.-
my condition, -ind m phyrieiun did mil
oi a xri"nu mu ouuffni a 'Kntiooi rcrnni,
time, 1 h.ivu regained my Plroath f
condli Ion. am thankful to Peruna,
"Tin onuiiion of my hcail an 1 si .n
arh wu8vtrvami lim. 1 (mil cmiticd
day and nl,;lit I r three, inmiiiif. i ti
rtsult of a eolu nli h I hn.l contii -U I
from Midden change of tempo .tnre
"My brother ndvl'c 1 nn toiryl'i ru'i
and I did so, f r ho was cuicd by Pe
runa, I took It regularly nnd Improved
steadily. Ilinvoiiovv taken threo bot
tles of it, and am completely cured,"
Soon Improved on Peruna.
Miss Pearl lousch,:10 Franklin St.,
Itlchmoiid, Virginia, U.K. A., writes:
"When I wns a baby I contracted ca
tarrh, and was doctoral by (.ovcr.il good
physicians, but nono did mo any good.
"My mother wns taking l'cruna ut
tha tlmo and gavo somo of It to me, nnd
I soon began to improve nnd am now
well and fat. I nm Iweive years old.
Tho doctors told me I hml consuiupllou,
but It vv as only catarrh."
manufacturers who are filling
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HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
embalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance,
Give him a call and his work will
speak for itself.
Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 170,'
Night Call, 1014,