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EVKNINO UU,KTIN, HONOLULU, T, 11., WKDNKSDAY, KBH. 17, 1909.
ou that tho achievements of a legis
lature arc measured not In tho amount
of legislation enacted but In Its charac
ter. waltrii r. rrtKAn,
Governor of Hawaii.
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r When thousands of women say that they havebcen
cured of their ailments by a certain remedy, docs this not
prove the merit of that remedy ?
Thousands of women have written the story of their
suffering, and have told how they were freed from it by
Lydia K. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound for thirty
years these reports have been published all over America.
Without great merit this medicine could never have
gained the largest sale of any remedy for woman's ills
never could have become known and priced in nearly every
country in the world.
Can any woman let prejudice stand between her and that
which will restore her health? If you believe those who
have tried it you know this medicine does cure.
Read this letter from a grateful woman, then make up
yoyr mind to give Mrs. Pinkham's medicine a chance to
lJrookljn, . Y. "I nm a Ann believer In LydlA K. Plnk
lintn'fi Vejretulilo Compound. I wns a urent sufferer from orjcnnle
fcinnln troubles for jenrs, nml almost despaired of over bclnn
well ncaln. I bud Ix-nrliiK-donn puliix, bneknelie, Iiendnclie
and pahiH In my abdomen, and tried Mrx. Plnkbam'i Compound
as a lust resort. The result was astonlftblnK, and I hate lifted It
and advocated It eer since. It Is a great boon to expectant
mothers. I bate often said tliat I should like, to 1mm its merits
tlmm-u on the sky with a search-light so that women would
read and bo com lnecd that there Is a remedy for their sufferings.
" My husband Joins me In Its praise, lie has used It for kidney
trouble and been entirely cured." Mrs. . A. Illshnp, 1015
Atlantic Ac., Brooklyn, if. Y.
For ao years Ljdla V. Pinkham's Vegetable.
Compound has been the standard remedy for
female Ills. No slek woman docs Justice, to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made cxclusliclv from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to Its credit.
taV Mrs. Plnkham Invites all sick women
rV to write her for ndilce. She, has
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Mass.
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Our new esneral Catalogue is no
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of great value to the planter of
Seeds, Plants and Trees
This Catalog is ths finest w
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it is sold the world over. It Is the
choice of all discriminating beer
drinkers and has establi?hed the
standard of quality in the art of
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duccd to $180, in addition o their
fees for transcribing, Tho Chlnoso
hnd I'orlURiicso Interpreters nnd per
lihjis one llnwnllnn Interpreter may
lie dispensed with nnd such Interpre
ters when needed may bo specialty
These changes and other minor
chances, offset In part by certain
consequent Increases, would Invoho
n Balne of, say, $20,000 for tho
In tho district courts the Item of
$2,IiU0 for Interpreters inny bo omit
ted or Rrcatl) reduced. Tho prin
cipal expensa undir this Is In tho dis
trict court of Honolulu and tho muni
cipal act Imposes upon tho super
visors tho duty to provide for tho
compensation of Interpreters In that
Considerable reductions may bo
nui (lc nl so In various appropriations
for expenses of the several courts.
Tax Jurors' Feet as Costs.
In most places Jnrors's fees aro
taxed as costs, and there Is no icmon
why they should not be, subject to
proper exceptions. In clll cases be
tween prhntc parties tho public has
no direct Interest, and In criminal
canes one found Kiillty cannot well
complain of being required to pay tho
costs Incurred by his own miscon
duct. An exception may bo mado In
fnor of poor persons. Tho courts may
hlso bo Riven discretion In civil cases
at law, ns now In equity, to tnx costs
of needless proceedings to tho party
lespnnslblo Irrcspectho of tho final re
sult of tho caso. It may bo proldcd
also that trial by Jury shall bo deemed
wahed unless demanded. When there
Is so great need of funds for general
public purposes of pressing Import
ance, It Is only right that thoso re
ceiving special benefit or causing spe
cial expense rhould recompense tho
public In ptrt nt least. Tho public
wriuld still bear tho bulk of tho ex
penso of lltlg.itlon by the malnteinnco
of tho Judicial- In salaries, buildings
and other ways.
Those nnd other fees should be re
quired to bo turned Into tho public
treasury. Tho s)stom of pajnienla In
whole or In pirt by fees, except under
special circumstances Is both unliusl
ness like nnd demoralizing to the scr
lcc. Terms and Circuits.
I recommend that nil tonus In'llio
second circuit bo held nt tho county
scat In Walliiku, thus doing away with
tho term at l.ahalna. Tho obvious
reasons, economy to tho public and
Individuals nnd convenience are ac
centuated now by tho fact that n
splendid new court homo has been
erected nt Walluku.
I suggest far jour consideration the
question whether tho County of Kala
wao should not bo brought within tho
first circuit for Judicial purposes, Inus
much sb It Is naturally moro closely
Identified with that circuit by reason
of greater facilities of coimnmunlca
Tho present housing for tho national
guard and Its equipment is deplorable.
Tho members desorvo great common'
datlon for their sclf-sacrlrlca and en
thuslastlc service In faco of tho condi
tions. If there Is to bo n national
guard nt all, It should havo propor ac
commodations, not only for tho safe
guarding of its equipment, but for tho
comfort and convenience of Its mem
bora. I iccommend an appropriation
from tho loan fund for on armory in
caso tho National Govcrninont restores
to tho Territory for thu slto u sufficient
and suitably portion of tho barracks
Tho last legislature appropriated
S5.000 a enr for tho national guard
Tho National Government allotted
rearly three times as much, besides
nearly twice as much additional In
equipment. Tho people of tho Terri
tory aro patriotic enough to desire to
do their pait. An appropriation Is
recommended, If tho necessary funds
can bo provided, for tho purpose of on
larglng tho guard to a full regiment
This should bo n paid official, If sum
dent funds can ho provided. Tho
work has grown too great to ask for
its performance without remuneration
and, If tho above recommendations" aro
curried out. It will bo considerably in
Natural limitations forbid a rovlow
In this message of tho work accom
plished during tho period. I'pr this I
Invito jour careful attention to tho ro
ports of tho various departments. Like
wise many subjects calling for legisla
tive action havo been omitted.
Tho needs above set forth cannot
bo met without an Increase of rovo
nue. I suggest that as far as practl
eablu such legislation as may result In
an Increase or diminution of revenuo
bo enacted as early In the sosslon as
possible, so that appropriations maj
bo made with such changes In view,
Estimates will be submitted upon the
present basis, bringing contemplated
expenditures within contemplated rev
enues. If theso are added to in tho
aggregate, mldltlnnnl revenuo should
bo provided for.,
In conclusion, I need hardly remind
? ARMY, NAVY AND
An Imperial lrndc, Issued by the
Sultan of Turkey, npprocs the en
gagement of Ucar Admlrnl Gamble, of
tho llrltUh navy, for two years, at a
salary of 3,000 per annum, to su
perintend tho reorganization of tho
Turkish navy. Thero aro eleven bat.
tleshlps in tho Turkish fleet, nono of
which are of modern date, the last
built being tho Hamldljch, which was
launched at Constantinople In 1885.
Tho other ten csscls were built be
tween tho jcars 1861 and 1874, but all
hove since undorgone "reconstruc
tion," mostly In Kuropcnn yards. In
the matter of cruisers, Turkey posses
ses six, only two of which are consid
ered cdlclcnt for war purposes, theso
being the Mcjldleh and Abdul Hnmld.,
Two torpedo cruisers of 740 tons were
completed nt Kiel In 1907, nnd tho r b
nro four destroyers and 38 torpedo
boats said to bo Bcnlceable.
T. Ishldn, representative of the Mit
sui Company, announced that n Ja
panese squadron pf four warships will
visit Southern California seaports the
latter part of April or early In May.
Mr. Ishlda Is nt San Dlcgo, Cal., as a
representative of tho Mikado to nr
r.ingo for the coaling of the warships
when they go to San Dlcgo. "Two
nimorcd cruisers and two training
vessels, each of the latter being a
large protected cruiser, will leavo Ja
pan tho first week in March for
Honolulu," Said Mr. Ishlda. "After
n short stay there the warships will
go to Ban rrnnclseo Tho Itinerary
after the arrival at San Krnnclsco
hns not yet been definitely nrrnngsd.
It Is possible (hat tc squadron will go
to Tacoma and then return south, But'
ioro likely tho warships will come
sputh shortly nftcr their arrlval'ln
San Francisco. It Is planned to, have
th,om mnko a stay of about n wepk at
Ban Pedro nnd then they will, come
to ,Snn Dlcgo for two weeks. During
the(ltlme hev are anchored p port
hero.th'fj; will, tlfc,,6ofr,A)i)lr of
conl for the tojage td.phnama. The
trip, t'pPjinam.i Is to be ninds, In ord
ei to nllnw"tnc',onlc?r8 tlnd cadets to
bocdmo familiar with1 tho wo.jk that'
lOjueiug none oy mo American gov
ernment In tho constructionist the
cnnnl." A press despatch from Toklo
ol Jan. 14 states, however, thai jhft
Japanese government hns notVencM
ed n decision In regard to the trod
posed visit of a Japanese fleet to tfisl
The Admiralty odlcors nre consider
Ing plans for despatching two crui
sers, for educational purposes', "on it
trip to Hawaii, San Dlcgo and San
Francisco, but no,t to touch at Pana
ma. Army and Navy Journal. "
Tho Navy Department Is allowing
participants In the Civil, Spanish and
Philippine campaigns, In commemora
tion of which certain badges have
been prepared, to purchase such of
these badges as they may bo entitled
to, tho present appropriation apply
ing only to od)ccrs and men now In
tho naval service. Those who had
strvlco In tho, campaigns named and
desire u badge should forward to the
Ilurean of Navigation, Washington,
l C, a request to purchase the badge
to which they may be entitled, and
tho llurcau, pn verification of the
record, will (forward the request to
tho Uallcy, Hunks & Ulddle Company,
of Philadelphia, Pa., authorizing
them to furnish the badge at the ap
plicant's expense The cost of tho
badge is 75 cents. The money should
be trniismltlcd direct to the Dalley,
Hanks & Diddle Company, 1218 Chest,
nut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Attention Is again, being directed to
tho Muson Shelter Tent Capo, which
has for somo years been under the
consideration of tho War Department.
It Is tho Invention of 2d Lieut, Chas.
II. Mason, 8th Inf., U, S. A., and It Is
designed to fulfil thrco distinct uses:
as u rain cape,, a shelter tent and as a
water-proof covering for tho blanket
roll l,t Is primarily;, n long capo, hang!
Ing well away from tho legs so as nat
to interfere with marching and so full
that It canjije. worn over tho blanket
roll and o"ther accouterments. Arm
holes permit tho manipulation or the
pleco when f under arms" without ex
posing anything 'more than tho fore
arms. Tho portion of the garment
Whlph fnrmu thn linnH n, o.utv nf l.n
tent and o blanket roll straps aro
urn lusiao. wnon mo cape Is used
as a tent of tho Sibley typo, with an
approximate diameter of seven feet,
the musket can bo used as a polo to
hold tho tent In place, Tho shelter
tent half and poncho weigh together
9lbs. and tho Mason Sheltor Tent 0
lbs. The primary object which has
been constantly kept In view in tho
construction of this garment has been
to obtain tho maximum efficiency nnd
durability, at a minimum of cost nnd
complexity, nnd It Is thought by the
Inventor that this object has been ob
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