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BVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., WKDNKSIMY, FED. 24, 1909
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MHS.JOSi:ril L.UT.LI.r.,121 limn
,on St., Ottawa Kt, Ontario, Can.
- ! .iifforpcl with backache, licailacho
ml rtrAPfTlni? naln.
for over nino
,.,, 1 1, nml nntlilnc rellovcd mo until
I took Pcrunn. TliU medicine 1 by far
bolter tlian any oilier mcdlclno for theso
imnl.lr.. A few bottle relieved mo of
my mlscrablo, half-dead, half-ailvo con
' " I am now In pood liealth, bavo neither
ache, nor pain, nor havo I had any for
the pant year.
'If every sufforlng woman would take
Periina, t hey would noon know lt valua
and never bo without It."
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Mde. Joseph rteaiidoln, C9 Kuo St.
Olivier, Quelle, 1'. Q., Canada, wrlteat
"l'eruna la wonderful for IndlgoMlon.
1 eat whatever I want and no longer
feci any oppression. Having had ay
pepsla for a long time and having tried
Tarlous other remedies. I decided to try
l'eruna and with tho fourth bottle or It
nil pertrcily cured.
Tho following wholesule drug
gists will t.ipply the retail traftf
THE HAltK Alden Hose, which
cniiii' down Willi Hpecl.il cirgo finiii
Uis Angeles. Is receiving repairs on
the Marine nillway She will sail fur
llllo licit Saturday, where she expects
lo hate n shipment of ohla ties, lo bo
nmii'ieil for the S.int.i le Hallro.td
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"For thl reason I recommend It to
all those who aro glittering with that
terrlblo malady, dyspepsia. I hope
that all who are aflllcied in this way
will take l'eruna and Manalln at I did."
Chronic Nasal Catarrh. ,
Mr. Chas. II. Bloveni, 122 Sixteenth
81., Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., wrlteat
"II affords me greaipicasuro w u,-...-fy
to the merits of l'oruna as remedy
"I suffered for some time with
chronic mm catarrh, but after flvo
months treatment, during which tlmo I
ti.rd seven bottles of l'eruna I am
ideascdtosaythatlam entirely well,
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tliero not ueing iu "s"" -- -
catarrh left. ....
"l'eruna Is without a doubt, In my
mind, tho greatest remedy known for
Weak. Tired feellni.
Mlsa Marie A. Lesser, 028 W.IWth St.,
Chicago, Illinois, U. 8. A., Worthy Sec
retary 1.0. 0. T., wrlteat
"I am glad to give a good word for
l'eruna, and I hope that all who sco this
who aro troubled wlthaystemlo catarrh
as I was for years, will profit by It.
"I had tried many remedies, but none
did moro than give me temporary ru-
lief, and some did not even ao mai.
"I took l'eruna ai mo sukbc.huuu.
friend, and waa more than pleased and
surprised at tho results.
"I am now perfectly well and strong.
That weak, tired feeling has left me,
and I feel like a different person en
tirely." The Slavery of Disease.
It la wonderful how many women In
Canada and Ihe United State have been
practically mado now ngaln by tho uso
Not tho victims of any organic ui
cac, but Just a hall-aoaa anu u.i-", ,
Miserable, dragging pains that keep
. ., nlwivs from doing her best
work, from being her best self. Crosa
and petulant, perhaps. Maybo even a
slattern In her household, Just bocaiiso
her health is coniinuany uoi i
She never feel, qullo right. Sho gela
the reputation of being aullcn, or mor
bid, or Ill-tempered.
Her troublo la not a moral one at all,
U Is .Imply a physical one. Make.uch
a woman well and .ho Immediately be
comes transformed Into a now twins
mThUNexacW what Pernnabaadon.
In a multitude ot cmos.
liKNSON. SMITH & CO.,
TIIK MIKAHAI-A. which nrrlvoJ
this morning from Kauai, brought six
cabin mill thirty-one deck passengers.
Her cargo consisted of 2200 bags' sug
ar. 3.1 empty wlno barrels, .10 empty
beer kegs, 20 bags rice, 84 hagn turn,
1 bundles hides,. 31 packages Bun
For Sale" card, at Bulletin.
Drive a Tack
in this fact. The MAYFLOWER that I am advertisinR is the Mayflower Quartz & Channel Mininp; Company
of Nevada City, California. The price of the stock is 25 cents per share, and you cannot buy it for a cent
less in Honolulu, or anywhere else on earth. If you think you can, just try it, and if you succeed in get
ting; a single share I will confess that you are smart. Some people who have intelligence enough to read
everything else right, except a stock quotation, have noticed a certain Mayflower stock quoted on the San
Francisco Stock Exchange for 0 cents, more or less. And without looking to se that this "Mayflower' is
located in Nevada State, over a thousand miles from our mine in Nevada County, California, thejol Have
joined the crowd of knockers and told people not to buy Mayflower of me at 25 cents, when It could b
bought for 9 to 1R cents in San Francisco. If some of these smart knoskers will just get busy and buy ldme
of this stock and bring it to my offlcs, I will sell it for them and double their money. That is, if they bring
me the genuine thing and not the counterfeit. On the other hand, it behooves you people who think that I
am presenting to you a square proposition, to get busy and take on a block of the genuine "Mayflower'' at
once. BUY MAYFLOWER STOCK. BUY IT NOW! "A rose by any other name would smell as swee'V but '
please remember that another Mine with the name "Mayflower" tacked on to it will not bring as much
money as my Mine. When my Mayflower is listed on the Stock Exchange it will be for just one dollar, one
silver plunk per share. Then you will feel like going out behind the barn and kicking yourself because you
did not load up with some at 25 cents per share. It's just like finding money.. You don't believe it, do you?
Well, please drop into my office this week and show me where I am wrong, or let me prove to you that I am
right. My latch-string is out. You are welcome. Come in and see me. Get busy. BUY MAYFLOWER'
STOCK. BUY IT NOW. .' . "
M. Ivan Dow,
Fiscal Agent "Mayflower" Mine. Office, Suite 51-52 Alex. Young"Bld.
Geo. M. Shaw, Agent, Hilo, Hawaii
Call, Write or Phone for a Prospeotus
MANY WANT CHUNKS
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n new road 1rom Kitkulhnele to llic
Pslpln lands on Hnwnll. Tho sugges
tion of I'icslilent Smith, Hint tho reso
lution bo referred In the Public Ijinds
Committee, stirred up quite n hornet's
nest for n few minutes.
Senator Knudscn moved that tho
matter bo referred us suggested by tho
President, but Makeknu wanted the
resolution hnmlcd Over to tho select
committee on llawnll. He seemed to
see some dark plan to take tho con
trol of Hawaii roads away from the
county and veil It In tho Territory.
Senator Knuilsen iJMto Into (no 'dis
cussion wllh tho words: "If the Sen
ator wishes tho hill referred to the
special committee on Hawaii In order
to kill It there, I withdraw my mo
tion." President Smith expressed the belief
that therevas serious danger of mul
tiplying the number of special com
mittees to such an extent that they
would become unwieldy. Finally Ma
kekau's contention held, however, and
the icsoli'tlon, by unanimous consent,
was sent to tho special committee.
Coellio asked that $581 be appropri
ated lo reimburse A. P. McDonald for
extra expenses Incurred In the con
htructlon of Ihe Wnlluku courthouse
Tho resolution was referred to thn
Committee on Ways and Means.
More Pay for Guards.
Senator Coclho presented a petition
from thu ginrds and nurses of tho in
sane asylum. nsKing mat uicir pay
be raised. The guards usk for an in
crease from $30 to f GT anil the nurses
esk $50 n month Instead of tho $40
that they aro now getting. Tho peti
tion wns referred to the Committee on
Eminent Domain Law,
chairman Knuilsen of llio Judiciary
Committee, rcxrtcd that his commit
,cc ,m( nm((, n ,loro,IKl, examination
of Scnnto Illll No. 39, relating In the
uses for which prlvnle lands can be
taken by tho government, and recom
mended that It pass, Tho bill Include
that, among other things, Institutions
school houses, mid recreation giound?
shnll ho Included In tho list coercd
by the law of eminent domain. Thr
bill passed Its second leading,
Senile Illll No. 32, amending the
County Act mi ns to put tax assessors
and collectors under thu 'Jurisdiction
of the various counties, was returned
by the Judiciary Committee wllh the
icconinienilatlnn that It bo referred to
thu Committee on Taxation, Such wai,
tho action taken,
A New Committee.
President Smith, then announced the
following Senators ns members of the
(.elect Committee on Elections: Mc
Carthy, Chllllngwortli, Knuilsen, Kala
ma and Mnkektiu.
Senator Coclho Introduced a bill pro
dding (or thu appointment of ball com
mlssloncis in Ihe reveral Judicial dis
tricts of tho Territory. Thu hill passed
first rending and was referred lb tho
Cotton DIM Pastes.
Scnato Illll No. 38, rxutnpllng for n
period of flo years nil real and per
sonal property used In tho cultivation
of cotton, passed Its third reading.
Senate Illll No. 33, providing that nil
persons having actions before tho Su
preme Court shall be entitled to a hear
Ing before all of the Justices of Ihat
tribunal, passed the second rending.
Senate Illll No. 42, relating to tho
fees for pilotage In tho harbor of Ho
nolulu, passed tho second reading anil
was referred to tho Ways and Means
Scnato Hill No. 13, lo enable n cit
izen nttalnlng the ngo of twenty-ono
ears on or beforo tho day of any gen
eral election to register, passed tho
second reading and was referred to the
select Committee on Elections.
Senate Bill No. 44, regulating tho ap
pointment of fenco commissioners,
passed second rending and was re
ferred to the Judiciary Committee.
Scnnto Illll No. 43, providing for the
sen lug of processes In actions against
corporations, passed Its second reading
and was referred to tho Judiciary Com
Scnato Illll No. 46 (Senator Kniid
sen's Immigration measure) was given
Its second reading and referred to tho
Committee on Taxation.
Senator Chllllngworth's "direct pri
mary" bill (Senate illll No. ), passed
the second rending and was referred
to tho Committee on Elections.
Senator Woods Introduced n bill to
repeal tho net relating to covenants at
Miction for tho renewal of leases. It
wns' given Its first rending by tltlo and
referred to the Printing Committee
A recess wns taken until 2 o'clock
.(his afternoon. ,
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remained in Treasurer Campbell's of-
The two most Important bills In-"
troduccd this morning wcro Shingle's
Lunacy Commission measure and a
bill drawn on behalf ot tho Public
WorkB Department to put Into effect
Superintendent Campbell's pet Idea
that water should be sold to Hono
lulu consumers by measurement.
Tho till to f rcato a Lunacy Commis
sion, .notice- uf the Introduction of
which Shingle gavo yesterday after
noon, was' Introduced this morning.
Tho bill Is' entitled "An Act to provldo
for the examination, detention, custody
and care of Insane persons, nnd for
Iheppolntrpcnt of commissioners tp
examine siich persons 'tfnil defining
The Important part of the measure
firovldos for the appointment by tho
Governor of threo commissioners In
each county to examine all persons
brought before them as to their san
ity. If (ho commissioners shall And
tho suspect to bo Insane, and that It Is
linsafo foi'ihlm to be,nt large, they
shall so certify In writing to tho Dls
trlct Magistrate, and tho latter shall
tiicroiiiion 'issue n commitment 10 inomct also came frbm Superintendent
Insane asylunu ,. j Campbell.
Two of tho commissioners must he A petition signed by sixty voters
licenses physicians, nnd tho other shall
bo recommended for tho ofllco by tho
Judge of the Circuit Court of tho conn-1
ly. The pay of tho commissioners Is
to bo 5 per examination, nnd cx-j
penses. The commissioners must1
Visit tho Insane asylum twico n year
ond mnko n report as to tho condi
tions there, tho number of patients.
etc. The Commissioners aro to hnlilj
office for four years unless removed ,
tor cause by tho Governor. No person I
may bo committed to tlie asylum ex
cept In tho mnnncr provided by this
net, which Is to take effect trom tho
date of Us npprovnl.
A Water Meter Bill.
f A lilll giving tho Superintendent of
Public Works authority, nt his discre
tion, to require tho Installation of sat
isfactory water meters, nt the expenses
faf BO per cent of tho meters utid In
stallation to the rate payer, wsb In
troduced by Coney. Tho bill provides
that tho Superintendent shall regulate
tho chargo for water mcasurod by tho
meters, nnd where sewor rates aro de
linquent tho Superintendent may, ten
days after having given notice In writ
ing, shut off tho water.
Want the Congressmen.
House' Illll 12, appropriating $20,000
for tho expensos of a Congressional
visit this year was reported back by
tho Promotion Committee, with tho rec
ommendation thnt It pass. Tho report
called attention to the Immense bene
fits that havo accrued to the Terri
tory from tho Inst Congressional par
ty's visit and expressed the opinion
that tho money spent for that visit
was a good Investment, tho lciic(lts be-
Ing apparent In the shapo of the pres
ent nctlvc military operations, tho ap
propriation for n Federal building, the
llllo breakwater, tho Pearl i Harbor
work and dry dock, otc. "Wo aro of
tho opinion," said the committee, "that
the amount will bo wisely-expended
for tho purposo for which It is intend
ed." Tho report wns adopted nnd tho
bill camo through second reading.
Tho Agricultural Commlttco report
ed on House Illll 11. appropriating $25,
000 for Hawaii's exhibit at the Alaska
Yukon-Pacific exposition. Tho com
mittee not only recommended tho pas
sage of thu bill, but urged the House
to hurry and do It as soon as possible
In view of the shortness of tlmo be
foro the completion of the Hawaiian
buildings on May 1, 1909,
Shlnglo Introduced a resolution de
signed to do away with squabbles such
as arose yesterday oer tho dupllcato
bills of Nnkalckit and Kama, Ills reso
lution provides that when two or more
bills nro introduced covering the snmo
subject, tho Printing Committee shall
havo tho first ono translated and print
ed. A communication from Henry Smith,
clerk of tho Judiciary Department, was
read, giving tho names of the employes
ot thnt department. A similar list of
tho emplojes ot the Board of Agricul
ture and Forestry was received from
t Mnrston Campbell, and u list ot tho
employees of the public Works Depart-
of tho Fourth nnd Fifth Precincts.
First Itcpicscntatlvo District, wbb re
ceived, asking for mi appropriation of
J3000 to provido for u road nt Wnla
ken. South llllo, whero there Is at prod-
cut no mad.
New Bills and Resolutions.
Douthllt was tho first man to Intro
duce a resolution this morning. Ho
asked for an Item of 110,300 to bo In
scrted In tho appropriation bill, for
tho construction of a concrete reser
voir nt Knlmukl like tho onu built nt
Nakalekn Introduced n lesolutlon to
appropriate S3000 for the repair ot tho
court houbo and for a new Jail ami
Jailors' cottage nt Pukoo, Molokal.
Ho also had a resolution to appro
priate S2000 for widening and repair
of tho Pukoo wharf. Still another
resolution was introduced by Nakale
kn, to Insorl In tho appropriation bill
tho sum of $15,000, under tho Item "Ka
Corrca asked, in a resolution, for
the insertion in tho appropriation bill
of a 165,000 Item for a concrete school
building at Kauluwola, Honolulu.
A resolution Introduced by Kawewo
hl provides for tho appropriation of
118,345 from tho loan bill for tho con
struction ot a wharf at Napoopno,
South Kona. Kawewehl had another
resolution, to npproprjato 114,990 for
,i now wharf ut Honuapo, Kail,
A resolution by Hlhlo provides for
nn appropriation of 15000 for n lire
station for I-nlialna. Annthcj' by tho
same member calls for $2500 for tho
Installation ot fire hydrants nt I-u-h
Nuwahlno Introduced a resolution to
tho effect that 135 a month be allowed
each company of the National Guard
for maintenance nnd support.
When Kawaakoa, ono ot the now
members from the Third District,
wants anything done, he wimts'lt done
pronto, Immediately, at once. (lo in
troduced Ihe following resolution:
"Itesolved that the Superintendent
of Public Works be anil ho Is horoby
lequosted to forthwith liiBtnll tho en
gine and derrlckfor tho liana Landing,
Maul." The House adopted tho reso
lution. Kawauwou also proposed a resolu
Hon to appropriate $2500 for the repair
ot tho Klpahulu landing.
A resolution Introduced by Llko and
adopted by tho House, culls upon Ihe
Superintendent ot Public Works to
furnish Information concerning the Pa
hoa Wilier Works, I.lku wants to
know iho purchase price, the appropri
ation made hterefor, and how much has
First Showing of
in Plain and
New Lot of
Dining Room Sets
EARLY ENGLISH FINISH
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
been expended lo date; how much mi-' II H. 18. Sheldon, remutiB "-
proprlntlon for replnclng and extend- Appointment nml removal or Dlsiriei
Ing! amount expended on water mains Magistrates--Judiciary Conitntttee
and reservoirs; Incidentals; number of 11. II. 2S, Altonso, to piohlblt the At
pcrmlts in foico In tho Knlmukl dls- lorney Oenernl. his deputies. County
trlct; and in tho Pnlolo district; and1 Attorneys nnd their deputies nml llio
tho total rcallMtlon per annum. I High Sheriff and Ills deputies, from on
Affonso hail u tin-ill resolution, cov gaging In the prlvnto practice of law
erlng threo Items which ho wished In- Judiciary Committee.
kerle.1 iii thu impropriation bill. Ilul II. II. 21. Itlco. thu unpaid claims
wnnlnl 14000 for Hononiii homestead .
mad. llawnll: 123.000 for Kalwlkl HI
homestead road, Hawaii, and 123.00C
for a road from Kukulhnelo to Walplo,
To Save Homesteads.
A bill wns Introduced by Corre.i tt. .
provldo for the exemption of the fam
ily homestead from forced sale.
Tho following bills passed second i
reading by tltlo nnd wcro referred tu
tho proper committees:
II. I). 19, Sheldon, giving tho coun
ties all of the total nmounl of poll. I
school, property nnd Income tnxes nnd
nil costs and fines collected within tho
counties; Ununco Committee.
II. II. 34, Sheldon, to provide for tho
publication of tho decisions of tho rr() n clmu f women followers,
United 8tatC3 District Court for lla-,roso, In white, went to Onklilll rem
wall Judiciary Committee , u,iy , awlllt 10 uvcnt The tupt'i lu
ll. IJ. to, hong, to provide for tho teudent of tho burying giound dnnu
disposition of the pinceeds arising
from agricultural and Industrial pur-1
suits In the I.aliulnnluna mid Hoys' In
ilustital School durational Commit, j
II. I). 22. Corrca, lelatlng to fishing
licenses Finance Commlttco.
II. II. 23, Furlado, providing for tlie',., phenomenon did not niiiteri.illzo
ledcmptlon of real estate sold under
foreclosure of mortgage or execution
It. II. 47, Mnkcknii, relating lo tax
appeals, amondltu Section 1245, It. I..
High - Class
To Order. Cut, Style and Workmanship
Equal to the Best on the Mainland
L. B. Kerr
GOLDEN OAK FINISH
bill Klnaiico Committee.
II. II, 25, nice, the nddltlonnl npprn
prlntloiiH hill Finance Committee.
II. II. 13, Castro, to pimldc for tho
imilnteminco and support of Iho fain
lly of n deceased person pending thn
administration of his estate Judiciary
END OF WORLD FAILS TO MATE
RIALIZE 80 DOES THE"PROPHCT.'
NEW YOllK. Although the end
nf tho world did not come lodaj
as I.co .1. Spangler, tho "prophet" ot
Nyack, N. Y., hud predicted It would,
Ihe "prophut" himself dlsnppnred nt
4 a, m. mill has not slnco ire i wen.
'yiniicler had cautioned nil Ihe
. , m.,liar..,i for transl'illon.
SrnreH of other mlliercnts of Spang
ler climbed South mountain, wheio thu
"prophet" had promised lo meet lliein.
suylng there they could view thu pass
ing nwny of nlil mot her earth.
As the hours passed ami Ihe predict-
ami Spangler himself failed lo appear,
his disciples plodded their wnv down
Iho tniiiiut-iliislde, many of Hum wllh
looks of disgust ou their faces,
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