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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOL(K.TJ, T. II , WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1900.
E V ENING B ULLETIF
AILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO LTD
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu. Territory of Hawaii. "'
ally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tueiday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace Ii. PurrlriBton, - - Editor
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
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Entered t the rustofTice at Hotolulu
JANUARY 20. 1003
llcforc (lovernor Krvai start aw- m
llio Itoonovi'11 Annitla clubs lie should
li'll tlu. people nil about the liiHlclr hl
toiy n the Mnliiikii site trade.
Ih tliuro any reason ihy tlie Dolo
mite tn Congress fnim Hawaii should
I'ccept iik In uny way conclusive ui
representative tlie mandate of th
NATIONAL GUARD INCREASE.
Assuming that the Territorial ui'
thorllleH will uctlvoly mipport tutus
iiioh for nn Increase of the National wine law cannot be answered liy tlio
enpnclty which khhc of the otherwise
able men of thin Teirltory line mid
tidily tluelnpeil Toi tllvlnlnK with
such exact Itutlr our tariff future U
extrnoidltiury If not conclusive.
Hawaii cannot always lie n benefi
ciary without reciprocation ami ex
pect to letaln the coitllnl Hiipport
fiom friends of the mainland which
It ban been so fortunate to set me
and hltheito hold.
The iciiicnt of San l'lanelscoB
Chamber that the lo'iil organi
zation shoitltl not take action lid-
verse of the suspension of the coast-
lliianl. they should h.no the united
r.nd enthusiastic assistance of t;ei
patriotic citizen of the Tirrltur.
1'or vuiIoiih reasons the appropria
tions for the National tluanl of Ilauull
rexpoiike that "tlio President anil the
fellows In ConRiCKMKn) It Ik all rlRlit,
so we feel that we are Justlllcil In not
Kittening to our San 1'ianclsco
friends." The cabletl ntlmonltloii of
have been a favorite object of iiilm- j the San Francisco Chamber Ih In
Inim country liiemlieiu and not a few
of the Honolulu representatives. This
l'ranch of the Goormncnl has been
considered by many as rather useless.
Money ha been sought for other pur
jkiscr ami there has not been enough
to ko around.
Let our present Legislature gnln ex
jorlence from the past, ami regard the
lutiire as becomes fameelnij patriots
Since the IVilorul Covernnient plaeep
thosu Islands In the iiosltlon of llrM
llilportaueu as a Kiianl fur the Pacific
Const, anil has therefore lahl plans for
n' strong military ihisI, It Is the plain
tluty of our citizens to supplement tlio
National government In eery way pos
sible. This run bo done by pro' Ming for n
Inrger. stronser ami elflcl -nlly trnlnetl
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ALIENATING FRIENDS AND
STRIKING THE FLAG.
many lespects a most extraordinary
piocccdlng, nntl It must therefore liu
ntceptetl that the business men of our
sister city believed the situation call
ed er) ' positive declarations. Ho
nolulu cannot afford to remain Indif
ferent to that cable or to icph in
effect "You attend to jour bushiest)
nntl we will to ours."
Hack of the whole proposition of
Vpcdlcncy mid the bulniiclng of nil-
vantages Is the question of the patri
otic tluty of n community In n posi
tion to understand the vital Impor
tance of the predominance of the
American Flag In tlio commerce of
It Is not the part of the patriot to
promote tiny measure that will lower
the Hag of his country on nny ship
Par better is it for Hawaii to
build up Its own licet of American
ships under the American flag, shlpi
that will fiirrv ttttr tiiitrlslM In atoml.
The movement lo force the suspen.y Increasing nuinbeis, than to turn
aside nntl accept as final the lulu of
the American merchant maiiiie.
rIuii of the coastwise shipping laws
nt the present session of ConRress
must put Hawaii In the unenviable,
position of jolnlnc the forces that
ure Indifferent to the principle of pio.
teuton, which Is the very life-blood
of our Industrial prosperity.
It Is opposed to tlio atlvlro and
Hood JudRiuont or tlie United States
Senators of California, who have al
ways come to the assistance of the
Islands In securing favorable legisla
tion. It' Is In opposition to the directly
.expressed request of the San Fran
cisco Chamber of Commerce, that has
lnvnrlably backed up the appeals of
our local people for active sunmirl of I
measures that will aid In the develop. , Nuuanu Valley $25,00
ment of American interests In the n c,
IMclflc. , wuuiijr aucci ym.vv
It Is a part nnd parcel of the gen- Kinau Street $25.00
rial drift of events fostcicd bv the
foreign ship lobby toward wiping th0 Nuuanu Street $50.00
iiriittiii riHK ctiitipieieiy on me lace i CM,nni c... tAnnn
of the waters. 5cho1 Stteet ?40-00
It Is Ill-advised for Hawaii at the Kaimuki $25.00
present time and unworthy a peoplo'
who understand so well how Impor-llainalilo Street $25.00
tnnt It Is that American shipping
should bo protected ami built mi.
lather than thiown open to added!
nnd nilnous competition.
The mine fact that the persons en
gaged In tlio contest against Amer
ican ships must appeal by Innuendo
to piejudlco and question tlio!
motives of llioso who bellovn in main,
tnlnlng American shipping In tlio I'a
clflc Ih evidence of a low standnrd of
citizenship. Tlio cilmlnai usually at
tacks the motives of honest men.
There Is no doubt that tlio coast
wise bhlpplng law was not enacted
for tlio Territory of Hawaii.
Tlio member of Congicss who hates
Hawull und lias false opinions of tlio
conditions In this Teirltory might'COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Willi AflMfll dIiiiiii .. I... ,.,.. k'
.-.. uiiiiu, nin.v ui tu,e tot ins coun-i
jtry'urlso In his place In tlio United
Hlutcs Congress and announce that
-tlio laws governing Territories were
not passed for non-contiguous tcnl-
tory and tliero Is no reason why these
particular Islands of tlio Pacific
blioultl contlnuo to enjoy Industrial
benefits on an equality with the
' The assurnnco given by tlie 1'iesl-
tlent of tlio United States and by cor-
talu leaders of Congress, not named, '
that tills exception from tlio protect
ive plan will go through without ad
eit.o icsullH will bound 'much mora
icnssurlng to tlio oidlnnry thinking
mind, after tho tariff Congress has
completed Its work and tho schedules
tJuit iuvolvo IluwalJ nro safe. Tlio
WILL ANGLO-SAXON STOCK
SURVIVE IN AMERICA?
Nuuanu Valley, 1 1-4 quarter
Manoa Valley Building Lots $1000
Also lots at Puunui and Kaimuki.
Beach property at Kaalawai,
a quick, easy means of reaching
steamers four days from port.
RATES are LOW.
(PROF. RIPLEY in
Along with the great Increase In
liainlgratloii tins come n'lfiuarknble
change In its character. Whoreai In
1.S7C only ZO.Oun Italians landed on
tlio western shores of the Atlantic,
no fetter than 300,000 nrrlvcd In the
jear 1907. In the decade 1860-1870
the llrltish Isles,, (lerninny, Scnntll
l.avln, and Canada supplied SO per
irnt of our Immigrants; In 1S90
IfOO only 41.8 per cent. Hut Aus
ti la-Hungary, Italy, nnd Russia,
which In 18CU-1N70 sent only 1 per
tent , In lflu7 contributed about
&00.000. Classifying the linmlgra
Hon to America in 1907, According
to lace groups, Mr. Itlplcy finds the
ttsult to be as follows:
Alpine race 191,000 1-Cth
Jewish race HC.000 l-8Ui
Mediterranean race. 330,000 l-4th
Slavic race 330,000 l-4th
Teutonic raco 194,000 1-Cth
Some of tho statistics In Mr. Rip
ley's paper are as sturtlliig as they
are Interesting. N
Buy A Home
2 bedroom, fi room house: elec
tric lights; model ii pouelaln
plumbing; beautiful murine ami
mountain views; nrteslan wntcr.
l'rlce SltfiO.Oll. Property is
new and In good repair.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
TER! WATER! IS
CRY FROM KAIMUKI
Letter Serit Out To Slubs
To Enlist Their
HONOLULU'S POPULATION IS
LIMITED BV WATER SUPPLY
Campbell Plan Is Presented for Ap'
proval Legislature To Be Ask
ed To Make Appropriation
Kaimuki und Walnlao residents
wunt belter water. They must hnvo
It. With n view to gaining what Is
ui-cessaiy from the Legislature tho
following letter, lias been sent out to
the various luiptoveuieiit clubs of the
Honolulu. T. II., Jan. 20, 1908.
Oentlemcii: Fur some time pust
the Wuliilae, Kaimuki and l'alolo Im
ptovement Cltil has endeavored to
improve Us water sjstem and supply
The, club Is particularly aggressive
Just now, asHhe Legislature is to con
vene next month, will bo asked for
The administration Is well awnro
of tho urgent needs ol this district
but Is powerless until the Legislature
makes tho necessary uppioprlatlons.
In fact, tho administration admits
grave deficiencies thiougliout Hono
lulu's entire water system, and is
now working on a plan that will not
only provitle properly for Kaimuki
but will perfect the whole system.
The plan originates with Mr. Marston
Campbell and Is to supply tho whole
city with artesian well water. Tho
supply from this source can tin In
ci eased so as to tnko cure of a tlty
many times the size of Honolulu at
present In fact it Is unlimited. Un
der the proposed system the possibil
ities of Infection will be don away
with entirely, for only artesian wa
ter will flow In all districts of the
city, nnd no disease could be canted
by the water mains, tho water being
always pure. The much-talked-of
Nuuanu Dam will lose none of Its
value, for all the water conserved
there will bo used to create electri
cal power to run additional pumps
throughout the city this in Itself n
gient saving in expense. We nrc
told by Mr. Campbell that Ills plan
will bo embodied In tho Governor's
message to tho Legislature. This
shows that It Is not KomethltiK In the
ory but Hint It Is practical and profit
Ag the Campbell plan seems to bo
one of "the greatest good to the
gieatest number," we feel that It
should be heartily endorsed by evcry
ono who, has the welfare of the com
munity" at heart. The Wnlalae. Ka
imuki and l'alolo Improvement Club
feels particularly called upon to sup
port the scheme, as It Is an Improve
ment pure and simple nnd well with
in the scope for action, May we usk
jour Improvement club to look Into
tho proposed Campbell plan, nnd give
It the support it merits?
Mr. Newell of the Reclamation
Service said In his address before the
Engineers' Association: "Honolulu's
population will only be limited by Its
II. fit fit Btltltllt. ' I
null oitrii;. i
Now, If we can make tnls endless
supply available the fact that It Is
absolutely pure ami nil of artesian
origin, will remove one of tho great
est barriers In the wny of the Great
I). V ANDERSON',
Secretary Wnlalae, Kaimuki and
l'alolo Improvement Club.
KMIL A. IinilNDT, I'rcsldent.
"I Suffered With for. Years Pe-ru-na Cured
MUs Alblna Cliouvlu, No. SO Hue Agnes, St. Henri, Montreal, Can., writes t
"I consider l'ernna better than any other remedy, as it cared me whon
nothing else could. I suffered for years and years with heart trouble,
headache and weakness. I never expected to find anything to euro me. I
aw one clay, in "La Proaso," that l'eruna was excellent and I tried It. One
bottle produced a change In me and It the price had boon $100 a bottle I
would liavo paid It gladly. I hare taken six bottles and am entirely cured.
Please accept my thanks and best wishes for your Peruna."
GRAND JURIES BUSY;
Doth the Federal and tho Territorial
Grand Juries wero In session today.
The former has completed tho High
wngu agitation cases as well as the
Staytou istol'ico case, ami Is epected
to rcHirt lic-t Monday, as this is tho
first day tu. which Judgo Dole's court
will tin lu session, and ns tho Court
will go to llllo for tho Hawaii term on
Tho Territorial Grand Jury handled
a lot of criminal cases, among them be
ing that of Alohlkcu, tho man who ns
sniilletl a man ami n woman with a
hnmmer In Kowalo u couple of weeks
ago; ami of Sato, n Japnncso who shot
t fellow countryman on Vineyard street
sonio time ago. Tho police have been
unable to locnto tho defendant tu this
"Please Accept My
Tltatihs and Best
Wishes For Your
Many eases of henrt trouble arc caused
by rcllei disturbance...
Derangements of the stomach and
liver produce symptom of heart troublo.
Catarrh of tho stomach U a very fro
quciit cause of sympathetic heart dis
ease Palpitation, shortness of breath and
bloating alter meals aro tho most prom
Th following wholesale drug-
Such a condition of the stomach Is
also Uablo to produce, headaches uf tlio
Medicines that palliate tho symptoms
will novcr lead to a cure.
tho stomach, healing the mucous mem
branes ami restoring tho natural func
tion of tho stomach, that causes l'eruna
lo bring such prompt rellof.
i 7 iii . i . ii. 1. HE-'NSON, SMITH & CO..
gists will supply the retail traur
A committee of ncleptlsts, physi
cians, and economists has been ap
pointed by I'rcsldent Ilutlcr of Co
lumbia University to consider tho es
tablishment of a school of sanitary
science and public health.
Your chance to buy
of their worth
Monday, Jan. 25th
We Beg to Call Attention to
Our Large New Stock
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These goods were selected
with great care and comprise
the very best in the art of
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An extra long cold spell
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Our 1909 Model G
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batteries and coils is here.
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