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BVENINd nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUItDAY, FRH. 20, 1003.
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1WLY and WEEKLY PubUihed bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
.ai iu mas street, nonoiutu, lemiory 01 Hawaii.
9Hs every day excspt Sunday, Weekly issued on Tnetday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
Wallace R. Parrlnston,
Per Month, anywhere In U.S. ,7
Per Quarter, anywliert hi U.S... a.oo
Per Year, anvarhetelnUS. H.oo
Per Vear, poMpaid, foreign, ..,.,, I3.oo
t tiiAKuuixiun UUUL31 ur am
)' in the Territory
""TV-jl f Editorial Rooms,
- cl,lBuslness Office,
s It Honolulu Is now In the midst of
tho boom, the microscope Is needed
,.. i..i it
b ).. juiu .v.
Itemember that the Fifth l-cglsln-
t jltnro has made the good resolution
k't!iit the work of the session shall bo
K-u carried on speedily and llntshed well i
& vnrricu on spceuny anil nnisnen wen
within the sixty-day limit, or less.
This plan to reduce the number ot
Br-bills introduced sounds all right, but
W u!")1 0W hoLPcn In any mainland
State Legislature or In Congress It
Mich u scheme were put to the front?
llrother Dottthltt could explain
whether the glorious International
resolution has any connection with
tho Territorial bill for tho regulation
of tenement houses and where. they
(hall be built.
Why should cltlzcn-lnbor laws ha
classed as "Japanese-halting" propo
sitions? They have been before every
legislature since tho Territory was
I'btahllHhcd. Some have passed, oth
ers have been defeated, nnd tho coun
try still lives.
NEEDLESS BUTT IN.
f Tho resolution of endorsement for
r President Kooseudt in dealing with
the Japanese question of tho l'aclllc
' . CtMst will no doubt Unit high favor
with tho Japanese hlgh-wngo asso
ciation of Honolulu and stir up a
lively enmity against Hawaii among
the American labor agitators ot tho
J'nflllc Coast, without having tho
slightest Inlluencc on the diplomacy
,Air tho United States Government or
i ' receiving more than perfunctory no
' tit o from thn President.
& .With such a resolution once Intro
!r iluced, no Iteiirescntatlvo would cato
itn opjiosc it. as his position might so
oaslly be misinterpreted.
:,( j no gisi oi inc wnoic proposition
ii mat iiawnu is meunung in a mai
ler that Is distinctly nono of Its bus-
Sovereign States of tho American
BM.'nlon, the loyalty of whoso citizens
BUis not to bo questioned, havo not felt
W cnlled upon to dip Into n subject on
which the President and the Pacific
Coast have come to an agreement
The incident la closed.
Hawaii Is butting in.
PEARL HARBOR DRY DOCK.
If the Legislature ot Hawaii often
fnllit 'ttlinrt fif whnt vn helinvn la thn
Btntesuianllko attitude toward appro. slircil,i ovpr 1,,S8 Borlous ,onlcs than
prlatlons In which matters of broad tllc """fort ot gucts nnd the adap-.......i-
.....I.... , i...i ...i... ' tabllltv of society rules of dress to
Wb ' 1IUIIIIU Iiuiirjr tliu llivuivvu, mull tui,
.wesay of the United States Congress'
B!i ... . . . .-..-. . .
mill appears 10 nuvo laucu in appro-.
printing money enough to glvo Pearl Informs mny not bc needed. Sen
. Harbor tho sort ot dry dock It should 8lblc rules would bo n point gnlnod.
' havo to meet the demands of our fu- - '
The brief cablegrams give no de-ullllLlnl A I LUiuI
tails of tho reasons for rejecting tho lirTlinniOT rillinPIl
bids for tho dry-dock construction, MM HIIIIIM I.HI Kl.fl
l.nt initinr.intli- flirt uflun fVinf-rinnin I
aro not ns progressive as tho officials
in tho Navy Department, who know
.yliat they nrc doing.
. No moio serious error could bo
made than tho construction ot a dry
'dock to Just fit tho need of tho Amer
ican Navy tia It is today.
Let us hope that between now and
the 4th of Jlarth thcro will bo an
nwaisening mat win prevent me pos-'talKs on tne iniiic, especially helprm
tlblllty of homo upstart n few ycnralto those who havo not been lllblo sin-
lienco telling tho American people
tthat tho Pearl Harbor dry dock, like
tionio ot tho battleships, was well
.built but old-fashioned by the tlmo
lit wits put In use.
If (lovernor I-'renr has n well-laid
ijstheuio for combining somo of the
(present Territorial departments tin- deu-d at each servlco under tho dliec
Icier ono hend, ho Bhould say bo. tlon of Prof. Nnthnn M.. Iewla. Pray-
Tho theory of the proposal Is n
i-,,.r ,, I,. ml Minn,! ,-nn.ll.
Ptlons ot local government, but tho
, - . - .- -
jQovernor cannot malto much head
rwuy with the prartlte If ho keeps a
(program under his hat to spring on
Fiin iiiiKtispeutlut; public nt nn uiicx-
I'rEvery good reason exists why the
(Territory of Haw-all shouliPnot con- Methodist Episcopal church, San Fran
yjnue Its pieseut expensive lorco oi Cisco, , w.
PAYABLE IN ADVANOX.
F-erSiaMontna 9 ,a0
Per Year, any here In US I.oo
Pel Year, anywhere In Canada.,, f.no
Per Year jitIJ, foreign 3,u
Entered it the rtwtoffice t Honolulu
tu kreotit) clan matter.
FEBRUARY 20, 1009
department heads nntl employes for
' work pioperly within tho scopo ot
!si... .... , ... ., ....
iviij miu iouiuy nuinurii.
me ptiuitc ouiuungs enn ue mint
and even water systems nnd sewer
.ygtcms laid out and kept up by tho
local authorities, as well as It has
i,n ,i i. ,i, v..o,. ti..i.,i
been done by the avcrngo Territorial
officials in times passed.
The Land and Survey Departments
are divisions ot the executive admin
istration having functions distinctly
Tcrrltorllll( lllat ,llouIt, bc conUnuca
under Territorial authority.
One nble executive could look hfter
the different bureaus combined in ono
department. The saving would bc
considerable nnd the efficiency of
government Improved through lack
of duplication, if In no other way.
HONOLULU SOCIETY AND
When the society women of Hono
lulu hold a congress to determine tho
rules of dress for public functions In
this sub-troplcnl town they will sat
isfy a long-felt want, If they are able
to come to a definite conclusion.
"Conditions arc peculiar" Is a
phrase almost worn out-sin connec
tion with things Hawnllan, but It Ms
In matters of dress.
Kor Instance, it party of ladles from
I .o mainland recently visited Hono
lulu nnd wcro invited to attend n
function at the Kllohnna Art League.
They dressed very quietly for tho oc
casion, and on arrival felt very much
out of place when nil the locnl lights
of society and literature were garbed
In tho low-ncckcd dress nnd'othcr par
aphcrnalln ot tho latest fashion, A
few evenings later theso sanio ladles
decided to attend n Tennyson even
ing In Central Union Church. Hav
ing been fooled once, they thought
never to be again. Consequently, to
keep step as they supposed with the
social march ot Honolulu, they ar
rayed themselves In their most elab
orate garments for "full evening
dress." Imagine their chagrin when
nirlvlng at the scene of tho Tennyson
'evening they found themselves In the
! midst of the sombre garb and ntnio-
sphere of n New England prayer
Hardly less distressing than tho
fate of these women Is thnt of tho
man who perspires his young life
away nnd ruins his disposition In the
"full" regalia of afternoon dress.
Siclcty women havo worried their
overworked and lovely hrnlns Into
tho weather and customs of Hono-
IlllilllUUlU I Ulivilllil
Sunday sorvlces at tho First Meth
odist Kplscopnl church, corner Hero
tanla avenue nnd Miller street, John
T, Jones, pastor Sunday school, 10 a,
m., Mr. Arthur Ilobblns, superinten
dent. At this hour tho first session ot
tho pastor's Illhlo class will bo held.
In connection with tho study of tho
ftlitttntfilin1 CJitaijlnir cjnlwwtl lAaiimncf
ti,e Imt,,r will Ele. each Sunduy, brief
dents. All young men who desiro a
gcnoral .knowledge ot tho Hook and Us
theso nro urgently Jnvlted to Join this
class. No nnu shall bo embarrassed
.clubs, m, iiiiu muni uu viminrrHHsvu
wlt), har,i quustlons. Preaching nt 11
o'clock by tho .pastor, subject "Tho
Mission of tho Church " Kpvvorth
Lcaguo, G;30 p. m., subject, "Tho Con
ditions ot Dlsclplcshlp." Sermon nt
7:30 p. m. by Illsliop Charles V. Smith
of Portland, Oregon. Ulshop Smith's
sermons arc strong, logical nnd ovan-
1 millenl tion'l full to hear him. A
incclal urogram of song will bo ren-
" meeting woiincsuny evening.
t gangers. lOliriBIB llllll BOIIIILTB liro 111
ivltcd to theso services.
All vagrants In vicinity of Orockott
will be ancsted as suspects In dyna
DUhop E. II. Hughes opens revival
campaign In the California street
A splendid, well
equipped home in Pu
nnlion Section of the
Trent Trust Co.,
LUIY OF HAWAII
WANTS HER MONEY
FOR HER LECTURE
The Utlca N. Y Observer publishes
tho following regarding a oting lady
who camo fiom Hawaii, but Is not In
Chlttennngo, Jan. 28. Miss Lottie
L. Tlllotson of Hawaii was to havo
Kikcn at tho First Presbyterian
Church last evening, but dldjiot do so,
nlthoiiKh thero were a number or eo
plo to hear her. Two young men of
the village wore selling tickets at the
door. She demanded tho money that
had been collected nnd was determin
ed to sell the other tickets nt tho door
herself, but was not permitted to do
so. Shu claimed thnt her contract
lead that she was to act as doorkoe-
cr. She wits told turn rlio cotuil taKo
In tho tickets at the door after they
vvero sold, but this she refused to do.
She then left the church and went to
n telephone office and tried to sum
mon otllrcrs to arrest tho men who
sold tho tickets, but failed to get one.
After u tlmo the audience, was dis
missed nnd tho money was refunded.
MANY BILLS PASS
81255". ' '
(Continued from Pace 1)
Maul, Woods of Hawaii, and Harvey
nnd Qulnn of Oalm on that commit
tee. Senalo Hill No. 4, providing for hi.
ennlnl reports from tho Stipcrvtsois
of tho various Counties of tho TcrrI-
Collcgo Hills: n $5500 property
llench ot nt Kaalavval, 100 ft.
frontage, area 1 aero
I'uupuco Tract. Dulldlng lot,
corner East Manon Itoad nnd
Hillside Avo., 17,000 sq. ft....
Kalmukl. 120,000 sq. ft., 8 lots,
cleared rind fenced. .Prico $2600
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
Senntor Halter Introduced nn net
regulating the 'sei'vlng ot processes
in Judicial proceedings ngalnst cor
porations, Senate Hill No. 7, to enable exec
utors, guardians, trustees, and the
like to Include tho premiums ot their
.bond's as n part ot tho lawful ex
I ptoses ngalnst their trusts, passed
iltt. third reading
Senate 11111 No. 17, providing that
nil emploes of tho TeTMtory of Ha
wntl, nnd of all counties nnd munici
palities thereof, Bhnll be American
citizens, or persons qualified to be
come, such, except in cased whero
such a provision shall piovo Imprac
ticable, passed Its third reading.
Sennto 1)111 No, 34, providing thnt
certified copies of public nrchlvcs
shall be receivable In evidence, pass
ed Its third reading.
Houso 11111 No, 1, appropriating the
sum of 120,000 for the expenses of
the session of the Legislature, passed
Its second rending.
Sennto Hill No. IS, referring to tho
pajment of licenses, was referred to
the Ways and Means Committee.
Semite Illll No. 19, relating to the
licensing of hotels, restaurants, lodg.
Ing houses, etc., passed its second
lending nnd was referred to tho
Ways and Means Committee.
Sennto Hill No. 28, also referring
to licenses, passed Us second rending
nnd wns referred to the Judiciary
Sennto Dill No, 20, referring to tho
into ot taxation on property, was re
ferred to tho Taxation Committee.
Sennto mil No. .10, directing that
all fines nnd costs collected by Dis
trict Magistrates, Sheriffs, etc., bo
pnld Into tho treasuries of tho Coun
ties In which they nrc collected, wns
icferred to tho Wnys nnd Means
Illll No. .10, amending certain li
cense laws, wns referred to tho Wnys
nnd Means Committee.
Hill No. 32, amending tho Act ere.
atlng Counties in tho Territory of
Haw-all, was referred to tho Judiciary
Sennto Illll No. 39, an eminent-do
main mensuro giving the purposes
for which privato lands may ho taken
for public purposes, passed Us second
rending nnd wns referred to the Judi
Knudscn Introduced u hill amend
ing tho laws relntlvo to land registra
tion, which passed Us first reading
ami ws referred to tho Printing
President Smith then announced
thnt tho Sennto had been Invited to
Join with tho Houso In holding memo
rlnl services in Washington's honor,
and thnt the Senators vvero requested
to meet u tho House ihnmber nt 10
o'clock Mondny morning. Ho nlso an
nounced that he had selected Sena
tors Knudscn nnd Mooro to deliver
addresses on thnt occasion.
v A recess of five minutes wns then
tilkon, after which .McCarthy moved
that Governor's Message No. 2 bo
laid on tho tnblc.
Senntor Kalrchlld moved that tho
CJovernor's Messngo No. 3, relating to
tho appropriation of money to pay
for ccitnlq lands taken for public
purposes on the Island of Moloknl, bo
referred to the Ways and Mcnns Com
mittee, Such nction was taken,
On motion of Senator Knudscn, tho
Sennto adjourned until 10 o'clock
Central Union Church lllblo
Sthool nt 9:30. Clifton II. Trncy, su
perintendent; classes for nll nges In
tho study of the International Les
son, "Stephen, tho First Christian
Martyr," Acts fl.l-S, 3. Men's Lcaguo
Itlblo class at 10, under tho direction
of tho asslstunt mlnlstor:"The Tcnch
Ir.gs of Jesus on the Right Attitude
Townrd Sinners, tho Keeping of Fast
Days aud on Snbbnth Obscrvnncc."
Morning worship nt 11; Bcrmon by
the pastor, Itev. Doremus Scuddcr,
1). D.j "In (he Way." Oen.:24-27j nn
them by tho chorus choir, under the
direction of Mr. Stanley Livingston.
tcry to tho Legislature, passed
Prlco $3500.llir'l,t,n" '''"''envor nt C:30; topic,
riigruu h ri oKicss series ii; inn
Slough of Despond," I's. C9:l-4;
leader, Mr. Derrick C. Hiown. Even
ing worship nt 7:30; address by Hon.
Milton Heed of Kails Itlver. Mass.;
"A (lllmpso Into tho Levant." Spe
cial musle bv tho chorus choir. A
most cm dial Invitation Is extended to
nll to attend those sorvlces. Stran
Kirs and visitors In tho city always
welcome. Soldiers nnd marines, Ar
my nnd Navy ollleers Invited to at
tend In uniform.
OUR SUPPLIES OF
New Idea Patterns,
FOR FEBRUARY ARE NOW HERE.
WOULD HAVE COUNTY
Coelho's Measure Handed
To Ways and Means
Senntor Coelho's Illll No. 18,
amending-Sections 1321 nnd 1323
of tho Ilevlscd Laws of Hawaii, which
camo up for Its second reading, the
amendment provides ns follows:
"Section 3121, Trcnsurrr defined.
Wherever In this chapter Uto word
treasurer' Is used, It shnll refer to
and mean tho treasurer of the county
wherein the business to bc licensed
Is located or carried on or to bo lo
cated or carried on."
Section 1323 Is amended to rend ns
"All licenses under this chapter
shnll bc issued nnd signed by tho
ttensurcr nnd Impressed with tho
seal ot his department. Such seal
shnll bo determined by tho Hoard of
Tho Intimation thnt the Maul Sen.
ntor wns tampering with Territorial
revenues struck tho Senate with sif
hnng, and Senator Kilitdscn quickly
moved thnt tho matter bo referred lo
the Ways nnd Mcnns Committee. Such
Orrinc Destroys the Craving for
Drink Cure Effected or
It was formerly customary for the
habitual drinker to tnko tho pledge
regularly, sometimes onco a ycur, aud
sometimes In every lit of remorso that
followed his debauches, and then
Hut now It Is gradually dawning nn
tho world that pledges do not stop
drunkenness. When n man takes n
pledge voluntarily, ho expects to keep
it. Every man expects to keep Ids
word and every broken plcdgo tosts
tho drunkard many a heartache. Hut
ho cannot help It. Ho fights us long
ns ho can, then succumbs In tho crav
ing. Tho nervous system of tho hnbll
ual drinker Is diseased, nnd ho must
hnvo treatment that will euro this con
dition, Orrlno Is sold under n positive
guarantee to euro tlic d Ink habit r,r
tho money will bo refunded. No other
treatment for tho liquor habit Is Bold
under such it liberal guarantee.
Oirlno Is prepared In two forms: No.
1 u powder, perfectly tasteless and col
orless, which can bo given recrotly In
any food or drink. Onlno No. 2 Is in
pill form, for those who wish to bo
cured of tho habit, and It i.liould be
taken by o'.cry ono who swears off.
No matter which form of Orrlno Is
used tho guarantco Is the Ratno. Thu
prlco of Orrlno is $1 jier box, mailed
In plain scaled wrapper upon receipt
of prlco. Wrlto. for freo booklet on
"How to Curo Drunkenness," (mailed
In plain sealed envelope,) by Tho Or
rlno Co., Wnshlngton, 1). C Orrlno Is
sold by Honolulu Drug Co., Pint street.
Superintendent ot Public Winks
Campbell's plan for an niteslan water
system for Honolulu lias met with tho
hearty endorsement of ono of tho big
engineers of tho mainland. In it lottei
to Mr. Campbell. Rudolph Herring, tho
nnu who designed u nitration plant
for Honolulu, writes us follows:
"Itegurdliig tho water supply it Is
unquestionably best In your semi
tropic ctlmatu to usa ground or into
Elan wntors, even nt n larger expendi
ture of money. If it cnu nt nil bo af
forded, If you can at all get them."
T. A. Cox, who dlsapiienrud from
Fairmont Inst Docenibcr, wires his
wlfu ho wns shanghaied.
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The works are the best pro.
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In our splendid assortment
there are watches to please
your personal preference.
Call and look them over, It's
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vEXPOSURES TO 1-2000 SECOND)
Built on new principles, and mounted between lenses.
Applicable to tho smallest practicable cameras. An nil
round shutter for all-round work, the most efficient speed
shutter in use today.
The fault with the old iris diaphrnm shutters is that
the illumination is poor, and tho result blurred; the old
focal plane makes sectional exposure necessary, resulting
When the speed of the focal plane is doubled, the band
of light that travels over the plate is only 1-2 ns wide, and
any point is only one-half the time exposed, resulting in il
lumination only 1-4 as strong ns before. The MULTI
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