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EVEJONO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 30.
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me NEWSMAN'S NOTES
A great sigh of tellef wont up from
tho entire population of the world,
when, rtfler "shadowing" hli man for
month without finding "a" single
clue," (ho Chief DotectUo ot llio
Morning Dint stopped Innvely to tho
front, pulled down hla ucfcult, care
fully expectorated on Ills chin, nnd
announced that valuable depositions
In tho I.ee Let en so had been stolen
by tho former Deputy Attorney Gen
eral, who la now with tho County At
torney's office. No, 1 retract. The
Dcssrcllvc felt the atmosphero of tho
Northland around IiIb tootsy-wootsies,
and merely hinted that tho decomposi
tions had been spirited away. What
Joy there was among nil honest people
that tho truth, -"crushed to earth," had
been raised on high by tho great De
fective. Hut, gracious, how mean the
Bulletin treated the story of tho
morning sheet! It wns too bad, in
deed, I must admit, but we Jitat had to
tell the true facts as they came from
reliable sources. However, don't feel
too bad. Sleuth, you can "defect" bomo
"Jack Atkinson Is to blame. I can
explain It in no other manner. Why,
I stopped him on tho strcel the other
day and nsked him to step In tho fam
ily entrance and Bmllo with me. Ho
Bliook his head sadly, turned around
quickly and said "Sklddo behind me,
Satan." Turn down a drink! I never
know Mottle to do such a Thwlng bo
foro In my natural born. It Isn't In
the nature of the man. Ho'b a good
fellow all right, all right, but I'm
afraid that Jack Atklnsou has been
working a kahuna, on our beloved Act
Thus spake the Man Who regularly
tho Chains of Slnery to tho Weed
several months ago. Yo Colonel et
Kusslan Consul Samuel Johnson beat
tho Chief Clerk to It, for tho Jinn of
Groat Strength never did Indulge. I
could undoubtedly go on nt great
length naming the towurd-Oraco move
ment that has so lately sprung up
amongst the l!lg Hugs, but all' I
would llko to know Is, "How much of
this can be blamed on Jnck Atkinson
and how much on Acting Ooveiaor
Mott-Smlth?" In other words, Dor
kvestshuu Iss, I us It?"
For somo time past n great many of
us hoio In Honolulu have been taking
tho opportunity to kind of pass n little
bit of a knock at Claudius II. Mcllrldo.
It has been handed out to htm pretty
strong, nnd that ho should foci hutt,
as Is evidenced from his letter. Is no
more than natural. But If Claudius
Mcllrldo lecelvod credit In proportion
to what ho did on tho Coast, ho would
feel anything else but hurt. McTirlde
worked hard, a'ul It wns through his
suggestions in the main that tho fleet
commit tecs here hnvo been nblo to
plan numerous of their best entertain
ing Ideas. Qhe Mcllrldc Ills due.
Catholic Cathedral, Our I.ady of
Peace. Sunday: i! and 7 a. in., low
masses with holy communion; 9 n.
m low mass v. Ill) singing anil Eng
lish sermon; 1i:30, high mass nnd
Nnttvo sermon' 2 p. in. Itosary and
Natho Instruction; 7 p. in., Portu
guese sermon and llenedlctlon. Fri
day, FliBt Friday of tho month, f! and
7 a. in., masses with holy communion;
7 p. in., benediction of tho Messed
Sacrament. Saturday evening: Open
ing of tho celebration of tho Feast of
tho Holy Ohost, ami blessing of the
alms for tho poor.
Central Union Church Morning
worship, 11 o'clock; Children's Da)
will be observed with special exer
cises. Choir and chorus will slug
Darnby'H "Awnko Up My Glory." liven
ing Worship at 7:30 o'clock; sermon
by tho minister, subject "As If u
Man." Choir, chorus nnd congrega
tional singing; Ilarnby-Shelley'H "Sab
bath Calm" will be sung by tho choir;
offertory solo by Mrs. Mnckall, Frey's
"I Will Lift Up Mlno Eyes."
First Methodist Episcopal Church-
Morning worship nt 11 o clock; ser
mon by tho pastor, "Jesus tho Help
or. Epworth League, 0:30 p, in.
Evening worship, 7:30; sermon by the
pastor, "Tho Battle of Llfo." Miss
Scurvy, Malaria and Impoverished Blood
ft.. M) v
iiimw on ii m,i i w ii ll i ll miwnmiiitti, I " B, , MMMI ,,,,1 ncwy
A moat marvellous cure was ef
fected in the case of Mr. John D.
Fredericks, Brooklyn, N. Y., who con
tracted sentry and malaria, and
whose blood became impoverished
from four years' service in tho Civil
Mr. Fredericks, who ia 03 years of
age, had a running abscess on his
face which wns ca.iscd by a gun
shot. He nho contracted s:urvy and
malaria, for which ho had been treat
ed for several years without any good
His vitality wasted away and he
became a feeble old man. As a last
resort Mr. Fredericks took Duffy's
Pure Halt Whiskey as pi escribed. It
drove out the scurvy end malaria,
built up the tissues and enriched his
blood so that he was restored to
health and vigor, end is now a well
Thin Is to certify fnt I tcrved four
yonm In tho Civil Wer. where I re
ceived n guntlwt wflunj In tho fact
which resulted li a i tinning nlxcoan.
I nlFo eiiitracted fcurvy lu Its worit
form. I thc: ici'vcl -3 jea.-n pn tho
tioliop force tf Now Yori; City, vlipr,
I contracted malaria and shotrmaUsm.
I ile"torfd for y?nrs nitll I wan corn
p'eirly run down nnd vc-y fcohie.
Alnut qli yoMin ago I wmi told to try
nmr' Pure sralt Whhkey which, I
nnibt t.ay, hia li-stoicd mc to health
rn ! r'ronjrtli. 1 mil ntlll tntmr It, un-l
v.ould not be rllhoul It. I wish to
thank -t nnd I ran. cheerfully -e--
ommend It to any ono .A has a runauaa cunu.ui.. .,. --J.so. I). ntLn,:lU0lSj j20 7i Jg Flatfi
iW Oti urooKij n, rs
Dttffys Pure Malt
Is an absolutely puro dlt.tlllatlon of mailed grain great cue being tned
to havo every kernel thoroughly mailed, thus destioyitig tho germ and pro
ducing n preijigested liquid food In tho form of n mult tusenre, whuh'li
tho most effective tonic stimulant nnd InWgnralor known to rclucc: Mift
ened by wannlli nnd moisture, Its pal.itnhllliy nnd froo.lom fru.ii lnjsuiu.i.i
substances render it so that It can lie ivtaiucd by tho most susultl-.o nt.imae i
It curoii nervousuosB, typhoid, innlni 1 1, ovory form of u.much troit'Ji ,
diseases of tho throat and luus, ami all run-down ami weakened condi
tions of tho body, btnln and nerve. It Is pretcrlbod by .doctor.!, nnd !j
recognized us n f.unlly medicine oven where.
CAUTION When you ask your diucjalst, rJrceer"-0r t;e,er for Duffy's
Pure Malt Whlsito ba sura you yet the fjciiulnc. It 1c 'ho only absolutily
pure medicinal malt whiskey and la cold In sealed hottl-i en ; never l.i
bulk. Price J1.C0. Look for tho trade-mark, the "Old C! eriist," on tho label,
and mako sura the real over tho corkla unbroken. .V.rlta t r. n. Curran,
consulting physician, for free llluotrated medical beahlot tnJ free advice.
Duffy Malt Whlskoy Co., Rochester, N. Y.
takes his Nip In the morning mil I'hl nice will prostdo nt the organ, Miss
.Mover will lead tho chorus cholr.Mrs.
Welt will lender n f,olo In tlie morning
service, Mr. Robhlns at night.
The Catholic Church of St. John tho
Ilaptlst, Kallhi-wacna, In churgo of
Hev. Father Clement. Tomorrpw,
May 31, 8:30 a. m., high mass, ser
mon, collection, Sunday school. 4 p.
Saint Augustlno on tho Ileacli, Wal
klkl Sunday: mass at 9 a. in. with
Blnglng and English Bermon. Wed
nesday: Mass iind'weddlng at 7 n.
in. Friday: Mass yfllh holy com
munion, S a, m.
Tho Catholic Church of St. Joseph,
Mnannliin. tn rhnrno of Ilov. Father
ney Genera! Hemenway may resign clement. Tomonow, May 31st. 11 a.
ns a result of a rumor to tho offect ,., ,Bn mnBS bermou, collection, Sun
that Mott-Smlth will compel all tho (ay school. 3 p. m. Hosuiy, catechism,
heads of departments to climb on tho I
Dry-Chaise with him. At any rate, . . , .
Charlie says very strenuously that ho L?crma" (I'",',cr';" Church-Pastor
"don't give a gee whiz who gives the ,MY. 9: IB. Sunday school: 11. bc r
order," ho Is going to continue In the Xlco: 7:3U' servlco' Gorma" C,1Urc1'
obi. old wav. Oh. Charlie Is Inilniinnd. , vummii.-u.
Nightcap before trotting off to Hl.un
bcrland. Ha was expressing Ills opin
ion regnrdlng tho action ot Acting
Governor Mott-Stnlth lu climbing high
and dry beside tlio driver on tho fam
ous Water Cart. While I personally
hate to foist too much on Jack, I can
readily and easily pcrclovo that ho Is
manipulating considerable Influence,
and tho worst of It Is yet to bo heard.
Mott-Smlth has "sworn oft" Bmoklng.
Concerning tho latter, I hesltato be
fore accusing Jnck, Jack Isn't a half
bad fellow once lu n whllo himself,
and I therefore would not havo you,
dear beloved, feel for tho slightest
part of a thousandth of a becond that
I am conducting nn out-und-out tlrudo
against him. 1 merely am trying to
bIiow how dlro indeed Is tho power ho
Is wielding. It is possible that Altor
cnt, notwithstanding his sworn nllcg.
lance to tho Pipe and Howl Fraternity.
Mnrston Camnbell. the nrettv lookluc
man In tho ExccutUo Hulhliufc. has or."
cast aeldo tho dope-stlckB, otherwlbe , tallty.'
known as coffin-nails, and sometlmos
designated cigarettes. Marston ob
jects to the allegation that ho Is afraid
of Mott-Smlth he just stopped smok
ing "for fun," quoth ,he. Although
not exactly under Mott-Smlth's depart
mental Jurisdiction, United States At
torney Robblo Urcckons must havo
(iiristlan Church 11 a. m., bermon;
subject, "Peter Walking on tho Wat-
;30, sermon; subject "lmmor-
Templo Spiritual Israol services 8
p. m., 2S0 ISerotanla St.
The Ilov. Dr. Herrlck Johnson, for
merly of McConnlck Theological Sem
inary, Chicago, said In St. Louis, Mo.,
l.n. .1.- ... . 11. ......., .Inn t
had a gust of Active Executive nflu- ,., ..." i,i, ,i ,P,n
once blown his way tor there w.as one!" "10r1 1ubom,""t'' ,1nl"1, .trc,,dl"S
day last week that ho only disposed of liwiiwuril and that "In Chicago, at
soventeen boxes of Scarabs. Doublo-1 If ast- 't us trampled tho Sabbath
L-oyd Conkllng nnllclputed. and broke with Bcorn."
ITS NEW COURT HOUSE HEADY
FOR OCCUPANCY ON FIEST
(Special to the 11 ul lot In)
Wnlluku, Man!, May 23. Ono weel:
from today and Contractor J. A. Mac
donald will havo completed and turned
over to tho Government thu now Wal
luku Court Hoikc, one of the finest
public buildings lu the Territory. Wal
lu'.ai can now boast of poeiiesilug a
coverniuent or Judiciary bulidlut; of
of 1DD7.-1-1 litf l.ir W. 1". Kr.'ir Alio
did his li in cury uut ilm ' Ishos
of the I.ct, l't :re n:id tho cllli- n of
Mnul. .1. A. .AU'C'luiild, the con met
er, will mcUo I. th'jnkj of the iieo
plo of MimiI for en-j'lni! tho pla.m end
l-pecllicr.tlo:.j to t-iich .i I'ticti si I'ul
The ne::t i 'U'.'.r biilldliu thai Wal
luku onght io ro t i'ti- Is n postolllce.
Tho WiilluUit lmp-oor.ie:il Assecl i-
tlo" has d nin ii(ili; senile1 and ough.
to receive l i rfii- Miaro of ciultt for
Its woik. V.'.illukit li o.ily bei;limlng
to wake up. lur ul durint tho past
nix ytara hi"- WuPii.tu had Its share
of public bill dini.w. inch an Wallukit
public school. C-'".'o. nnd Wnlluku
Jail, now used a, roiiiny building and
lire Btatlon, ali-j for Si" 0 0. Tlio next
public iultdln ' ui'd In a post-offlco
Alwut n, year iupi 12 A. Podcrcrrn, n
(Iriii'rjlst, wroto uh from Callaway, Nc
ljtaMki, tli.it lit li.i 1 u.ftorlouH (bq of
utdr.PY Oht'.Tso uiiu tlmt Ills tMiyttlcmu cud
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
mi tlsMi tf A-l im& mm be m-
?. i. Bme 981. Utmmma 981
Yen Wait He4'b Wiring Bmm t
rrijiH TIske Imttallad w Brj
Batttriei, call tke
U5105 S7J7OTU0 00.,
C9 Seretpia St. Zhone 310.
CIIICAGO, 111., May 20. Father O'Cullaghnn, head of tho l'aulltt
order In America, and Attornoy Kranels Hinckley havo received letters
written In blood, threatening thorn with death.
SAN FIIANCISCO, Calif., May 20. Fremont Oldon, managing editor
of the Ilulletlp, has received a letter threatening tho destruction of him
self and his paper.
RECALL GREEK CONSUL
JAPAN'S WATER DEVELOPMENT
TOKIO, Japan, May 20. Tho de
velopment of wntor power In Japan
ATIII2NS, Greece,, May 20. The
Turkish Government has demanded
tlln VAPnlt nf tlla fll-nalf Pnnaill nn tliA
Island of Samos, who Is charged with ls ,,el"B undertaken by a Japanese
aiding the levolt. A Greek transport I'nsUiih-Amorlcnn syndicate A cupl
has been sent to Samos to tako oft tul of $0,000,000, has been pledged,
Japan giving half.
MINERS AT WORK
LA FOLLETTE FIGHTING
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 20. ' TBIIIIB IIAUTK. Ind.. May 20.
CnnnlnF T .it l..lliilln la aflll In n,.ftn C Ui ,1 .1 . ...Ill A l ... .. . "
.,....,... .. .u.,. .0 .,w., ... v,,u iiMiniu IIIIIUBUIIU IUU1UID Will lunuiliui -fug rlllZCllS Of tills COUlltV grOlHI)' I
opposition to the currency measure, work Monday. appreciate tho work of tho I-egUIatiira
which any town on tho mainland
Uhoulcl bo proud. Architect Harry U.
Kerr of Ilonoiulit has been hero for
several days and vlll rotttrn to Hono
lulu by tonight's Hnumi I.oa. Ho Is
cry highly pleaced v.'itli tho faithful
manner tho contractor had carried out
tho plans and spcclllcatlpns. The
building will bo ready for ocucpancy
by the respective Territorial olilclals
at tlio county sent Juno 1.
Tlio first story Is of rolnforced solid
concreto, whllo tho second story Is
hollow concieto stono blocks rcpro
Bentlng Hiiwallnn blue stone and Riven
a very beautiful exterior. Tho build
ing of clacstc decign. Tho Legislature
of 1007 appropriated $2i!,-C0 for thin
lnillilltiL' nml the contract e'varded to
Mr. Mucdonald wns for $23,300. Hunts nml tlmt nfti-r nil elso had riillcd, I
Tlw. Hr.l llo,, ...i.lnlno II... nlutrlnl .' "IM ! 1-llltOll B.UllUll t'.ltnpolln. , tlio
...u ...... ..--. ......-..... .... ........, lru ,, 011j. ,.m0incnt ror iniinnu-il nui-
Court, wheio Di8ii(ct Magistrate W.iiiojh. Inllninni.-ii'li.ii of tlio lddnvys, even
A. McKay will dispense oven Justice. I n If, inHnncttl formn, la now curable.
.. ,. ' . .......,. ". .. Hind foi liti-rnture.
lis uimuiiEioiiH lire .'JA1VXI. luei. iij JOHN J. I'n.TON' f"0.
Is plastered with patent ttlplno plaster ' uakiumi. I'lillforn'l.i.
Hull-hod In tinted walls. AiUolniiUI .Honolulu Dniir Co., fort Htroct, are our
the district court lu tho private ollico KuruitaV,fKlftcoA?fcror U,-Mu"1
ot tuo iiiagisiraie.
ino tux iiupannienr occupies tue
v.diolo length cf, tfco bouth end. Tlio
Tax AssoMiBr has a prlvnto olilco and
next to it is too general oulco where
tho deputy gathers In rovenuo, A flf1-
proof nnd burglar-proof vault of rein-
luieeu uunuiuiu um iu hi iiiu ia. uitice 4
and runs from tho ground to the I.ee-1 J
uiiu floor, where Circuit Court Clerk i J
K. II. Hart has a vault for tho uifoi I
keeping of tho rcrordi of the Second i S
Circuit Court. Superintendent of Wat S
or Works V. E, Ual lins un offlco at i 1
tho noilhwcst corner of tho first floor. I ;J
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inu teuunu uoor coniuius iiiu cir
cuit Coutt loom 20x40x15 feet It Is
of tho same finish as tho District
Court room bu contains besides n i
jury box, witness itnml, clcrk'a dok, I
and Judge's platform. Next to tlio !
court room aro rooms for tho grand
and petit Juries, and tho Circuit
Judge's pilvnto, olilco. On tho opposite I
sldo across tlio lobby is tho Circuit i
Court Clerk's prlvnto olilco and tlio
gonernl offlco, tlio vault, and a Hlnary.
capable of holding ten thouhaud vol '
umes. In front of It Is tho lobby nhol
a stairway leading tu tho lower floor.
Tho lnteilnr of tho whole bullillnir Is i
uaturul llnlbh lilslilv nollbhed. !
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exclusive. Fainted in Oil and guar
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Our contracts call for patting up and
not oftVr him n.ucli rncuiiraireiiicnt. 1I taklllK UOWn at "0Ur pleasure. It 13
lihluil to put l'ulton'H Itonal Cumpnuml i-f Km .,V i l, .,.,, t j
in uin,v ri- i,i. ..n o,.. .....i ir i... , i not too can v to plan now. iivoaae-
limiita im would ii u to otiu-rx. iie'jsirc to do your own deccratinp- wo
VrV obiunnto ci.?. iio tew wriT I "it tniTiisa you with tlievciatenal
li now ten inniitlis Flnco I liou,
nir coinpuunti. nnu niinoiiKU my eao na-ni.,,.
tji'fii rrv nb.illmito. It Mecniji In hnvn ilri- I UtUI
(illy ykliloil to tlio trtutim-iit. I Imvo nnj
doubt .rrsiilts would luivo lurn obtained ,
wiener had I not ki'pt ut woik."
tuuc to tho KMiitH otitatniHi in this Mr. SADLER will arrive in Hono-
rao our neencha wero promptly ncctpted ii t..., o.i ni. ...i ..ii i
in Caljaway nnd the nilJolnln: town.) i'I""- June wl or 8th, and Will be pre-
Bimpiy nnottier raso or icMneytroiiWo nared to furnish estimates for all
In which the Inflamed kidneys refused to ,. , - j. . ...,.
impoud to tho futllo nlil-tlma Kiauey ex- ' linUS 01 dCCOratU'S Work.
i.rsan imhu j whereby you can bc your own decor-
my cniio h.n ni ,.
S. SADLER, Mnnnger.
Remember that the GarSsga Depart
ment has promised to cart away tlio
refute when you clean up your side
walk. Call up the. department when
your part of tho work Is tiane.
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