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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T.,H THUnSDAY, APR 30, 1908.
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MONDAY, MAY 4th
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"Do not let the good thing of life
do on out of tho BEST things."
THE BEST LIOHT ia the
It is always the tame old story with oil lamps daily trim
ming: and filling, broken chimneys, smoking, ill-smelling lamps
and unsatisfactory light.
Electricity has no disagreeable features. Just press the but-,
ton and the house is filled with a light that rivals the light of day.
let us estimate the cost of wiring your house.
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Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Ete. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Untie To
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
Cigar for Particular People.
Wants Law Limiting
Them To Two Terms
Permission has been granted to tho
Labor party to use Aala park on Sit
unlay night, May lGth, W. C. Achl
will then declare publlclj that the
Labor party has been .oiganlzed and
ready for business Piovlous to ob
taining permission to use tho baud
stand It was supposed that Supervisor
Uwlght would not ntlou the use of
tho park. Yisterdaj Achl met Dnlghl
and the Supervisor promptly consult
ed to open tho stand for the use of
the laboring men.
Recently tho people of tho outside
districts, such ns Mollllll, I'auoa Wal-
klkl, Knlllil camp mid other places,
were after Achl with n riquest that
ho come there and talk to them about
the titans of the Labor nartv. Achl
has not Islteil tiny of those places.
but ho will niter the nicotine of May
It Is his plan to tel the people that
the Labor party would oppose having
any head of tho Government depart
ments holding ofllce for more thau
"I think," said Achl, "that It Is not
fair for any Government official to
hold ofllcu moro than (wo terms. They
ought to resign nt tho end of their
term and allow others to take their
places. Such laws, It enacted und
passed by tho Legislature, would bo
for public good. Any official may run
for his former office or any other ofllce
provided he has stepped out of ofllce
at tho end of his second term."
FLORIDA MEN SHOW
HAYSELPEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
(Continued from Pace 1A
fng write-ups of Hawaii, from tli'i
pen of Miss O.irrlo Thomas, appear
ing recently In prominent Southern
journals, we are getting numerous In
quiries from people who have lived
In Florida and who nro anxious to
know more of Hawaii. One gentle
man In his letter snjs, "I have been
In frult-rulslng most of my life, have
retired from active work and busi
ness with moderate means and ns de
sirous of spending my life In a min
er climate. I tried Florida several
years but found tho winters disagree
able and, the land extremely poor.
What I want is n small place in tin
country where I can build and make
n good comfortable home."
In this connection It might be said
that from our correspondence It is
very evident that more and more peo
ple are looking to Hawaii as a place
for homes, not simply ns a tourist re
sort, a sentiment that wo ara doing
our utmost to encourage.
I3y last mall, we received letters
from tho U. S. Consular Agencies nt
Durban, Natal, and Capo Town, S.
Africa, saying that our pamphlets
had been received and placed on file.
In every Instance, where possible, tho
attention of the local press has been
called to tho matter thus sent, re
sulting in our securing desirable
write-ups in every part of the world
where the United States Government
has a Consular Agent.
The (Secretary of tho Stato Text-
Hook Committee for California writes
acknowledging tho receipt of sundry
photographs, which ho Bayswill ap
pear In tho now edition of their geog
raphy to be Issued within a few
Our letter to the secretaries of tho
Chambers of Commerce, Hoards of
Trade, etc., throughout tho West, is
bearing fruit. Mr. A. W. Mcllac, tho
secretary of tho Ilakersfleld, Califor
nia, Hoard of Trade, writes under
date of April 15th, "I have long de
sired to make u trip to Hawaii and
If you wljl send mo circulars and Il
lustrated matter I may be able to do
jou some good."
Thos. Cook & Son'B Yokohnnn
agency writes acknowledging receipt
of a recent shipment of pamphlets
which they say will be distributed to
W. II. Merrlman, division freight
and passenger agent of the Northern
Pacific Railway at Ilutte, Montana,
writes under date of April 7th Hint
"A Mr. 'Memlenliall, commissioner of
the Terminal Association, spent u
couple of weeks In jour city In't
month and several times has told us
of the wonderful things which h saw
there and creates quite a desire on
the part of one to leave his troubles
for n tlmo nnd visit jou "
Regarding tho meeting of the Na
tional Association of Education at
Honolulu, for which we have been en
dcnvorlng to work up n sentiment,
tho following letter from Klmer Ells
worth Drown, Commissioner of Edu
cation, will be read with Interest:
"I beg to acknowledge the receipt
of jour letter of March Jfith, and tho
folder on 'Education In Hawaii,'
which accompanied It The other
documents to which jou refer have
not jet been received, but will doubt
less come soon. I should wish to
give some careful thought to the
question of n meeting of the Nation
al Education Association In Hono
lulu 1 hnvo such delightful recollec
tions of my own visits to Hawnll that
I should bo predisposed to favor any
plan for taking large number of our
school pcoplo there. There are many
elements, however, that enter Into
the succcbs of the aiimuil meeting of
the National Association, and It will
bo necessary to wilgh these very
carefully before advising the holding
of n meeting nt mi great a distance
from tho tenter of our school popu
lation. "I nm glad to have jou bring this
very Interesting suggestion to my no
tice, nnd shall be glad to give it fur
ther consideration "
At our request, the l.os Angeles
Chamber of Commerie has taken up
tho jacht race, Secretary Wiggins
writing under date of April 15th, as
follows: "We expect to have u meet
ing within a day or u with commit
tees from tho Jonathan Club, Callfoi
nlu Club and South Coast Yacht Club,
to Bee what can be done to ensure
the necessary number of entries. We
are using every means In our power
to bring tho race about, though do
not feel, altogether hopeful us to tho
Through the courtesj of tho mali
ngers of different large resort hotels
In California, wo receive each mall, n
number of addresses of prominent
people who are Interested In hearing
moro about Hawaii Morgan Ross,
manager of Hotel Del Coronndo, Is do
Ing especially good work for us In
A REMAIILE REMEDY TOR THE
Whisky andBeer Habit
Very few men become drunkards be
cause they like liquor. It Is frequent
ly the moderate drinker, who before hi
realizes his condition, has become a
drunkard. The nervous system, hav
ing become accustomed to stimulants.
Is unablo tn do the samo amount or
quality of work without liquor, hence
the victim drinks moro and more. This
u a state of disease and should be
treated by Orrlne. It destroys the de
sire for liquor, so that tho drink is not
missed. There Is no loss of tlmo or
detention from work when It Is UBed.
Orrlno Is prepared In two forms: No.
1, tho secret remedy which cafi be used
lit food or drink without the knowledge
of tho patient, No 2 for those war
take the remedy of their own free will.
Uoth forms aro guaranteed. A reg
istered guarantee In every box.
Treatise on how to cure drunkenness
free on request The Orrlne Co., Wash
ington, D, C. Tho prlco of cither form
Is $1 a box, making tho cost of the
complete cure less than one. tenth what
It Is usually charged at sanitariums,
with a guarantee that tho expense will
be nothing unless a cure Is gained.
Mall orders filled In plain sealed pack
age on receipt of price,
Orrlno Is for sale by Honolulu Drug
Co , Ltd.
TO HOLD BATTLESHIPS
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
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Parrott & Co., San Francisco
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Henry May fc Co.,
The suggestion mado by rrcslgcnt
Morgan of tho Chamber of Comml-rco
for the facilitating of tho landing of
tho malls has been taken up by Hall
way Mall Service Inspector Carr, who
has written tho following letter on
tho subject to tho Chamber:
"In reply tu jour communication of
ICtli lust., on thu subject of U. S. mail
transportation, und tho proposition
that 'mall steamers from San Fran-
Cisco arriving at quarantine, to deliver
Honolulu letter malls for conveyance
by launch or small vessel to dock, and
thenco Into tho Honolulu postofllce.'
In connection therewith I beg to ex
plain. "(1) All U. S. mall contracts fur
steamboat service for Hun all provide
that tho contractor shall deliver tho
malls on tho mall steamer's wharf at
Honolulu, and receive malls on the
mall steamer's wharf at Honolulu
"(2) At San Francisco, tho letter
malts to bo handled as proposed, will
bo segregated, nnd delivered to tho
mall steamer separate from the other
mall, waj billed separately, and boar
lug distinctive address labels tu In
illltato the proposed delivery at quar
"(3) Tho general offices of all
steamship lines operating mall steam
era, San Francisco to Honolulu, and
tho U S. A. transport service, will bo
advised ns to tho proper handling of
Honolulu letter mall, by their mall
steamers, for deliver)' at quarantlno
to tho U, S. mall representative.
"Thcso Items 1, 2, and 3, I havo al
ready taken up with my superiors In
tho service. I havo recommended the
service ns proposed. Havo requested
approval, and tho requisite authority
to bit mado effcctlvo by this office.
"Mr. E. R. Stackablo, U. S. Collect
or of Customs, Honolulu, has kindly
tendered tho usu of tho customs
launch for tho purpose of this contem
plated service, whenever It may be
"All necessary arrangements at San
Francisco nro now under way, prepar
atory, In anticipation of approval,
which I havo no doubt will be granted."
HAAN WILL ASK
8nn Francisco, April 10. Kccognlz
ing that there aro now two "trout
doors" to the I'nlted States and Hint
the Pacific uiitrjiico faces all the I in
portunt overseas ikisscssIoiib of the
nation, thu California Promotion com
mittee has Invited tho commercial
bodies of Alaska, Hawaii and thu l'hll
IpplneB to co-operate with It In per
suadlng congress that the Atlantic Is
not tho onlj ocean needing proper
A stiong appial has been adddressed
tu tho California delegation In Con
gress nnd to the commercial bodies
of Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Ida
ho, Utah and Arizona and tho oversea
possessions giving reasons, commer
cial and Btrateglcul, why a strong
fleet should be stationed on tho west
em const of tho continent nnd bu tlieie
nhvaj'H to piotect vital Interests of
tho country Involved In tho possession
of tho Philippines, (Iiiani, tho Samoaii
harbor and the vast coal and precious
mineral resources of Alaska, us well
au tho homo ports from tho sound to
Ah a result Senator Oeorgo C. Pot
kins, on tho authoiity of Admiral l'llltt
burj Informs the commltteo that elev
en nrmoicd uud protected cruisers
will remain In tho Pacific, whllo eigh
teen battleships will return to the At
lantic when the maneuvers of tho vis
Itlng fleet nro finished. In reply tho
California Promotion Committee has
urged that twclvo first class battle
ships and eight armored crulseis
should bo permanently nsslgued to
tho Pacific Station
Two hundred realty men attending
federation meeting In Sacramento
nave only words of pralso for State.
(Continued from Pase 1)
of the Pall the Koolau range Is Im
passable, but whether there arc
places where it tun bo crossed on the
north side Is difficult to ascertain.
"I have bo far found out which
places It would bo of value to Inves
tigate further, and I shall prepare n
report to the Department outlining
the work which I think should be
done, anil will iccommend thnt a
body of army engineers, probably not
more than it company of a hundred
men, bo sent hero to go over theso
places carefully. These men will go
into tamp and spend months survey
ing ono section, nnd they will be able
to do tho work butter than It could
be done by an ordinary engineer, as
they have somo Idea of what really
represents a military obstacle
"On the whole, I think I can say
that this Island Is well adapted for
defense. As a general rule, this Is
not the case with rough country, on
account of the fact thai, such lountry
affords much cover for tho approach
Ing enemy, but here, while the coun
try Is rough, there uro In most places
considerable spaces of lint land with
out much cover, and In bucIi an ap
proaching enemy would be in u bad
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erything that touches it is sterilized
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WHERE HE CAUGHT THEM
"How do you know these bojs
threw the eggs nt jou from the gal
lery?" asked tho Police Magistrate.
"I caught them In tho act, jour
honor," answered the self-confessed
"Caught the bojs?" queried the
"No; tho eggs, jour honor," ex
plained the nctor.
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"Of course," she said In a tone
ledolent with sarcasm, "I am the
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