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HVENINQ BULViKTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MATt. 17, 1900
BAILY ud WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
fcuflj every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of tack week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESI.
Waltcico R. Parrlngton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Prt Moiilh anywhere In U 3 .... .7
Per Quartet au)wlier in V S. . 3o
Frr Yr, an a litre till1 S H.oo
I'ti Wat, poitpau), lotcixn 12. on
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fcn'ered at the Pmtoffice at Honolulu
u unoihl clau tauter.
Tho privilege of appeal Rrnnl;
under tlio limior law nmeudinint
pasted in the Senate thin mornllifi
nppeurs to this paper an nothing
moie iliali common Justtie The lawj
os amemleil doe not tend to Increasa
th tinintinf ,f unlfiinn It nSSlima
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M 1 iivvn . ' jm-- i
Not having full knowledge of t'n or ma have encountered what np
lnner working of 'he Speaker's cub- pears in he a hardship. 1m not sulll
tuet In the Homo of itepreseiitn- ilcnt reason Tor rlmiiKlnK the law.
tlm. there Is a posslblllti of fnrcu- "The present liquor law, though
fill reasons for the retutn of Dele- j not perfect, has answered Its put pom)
Bato Kuhlo that di nut appear on very well, ami I therefore movu that
tho surface. Under ordinary clrctun- this wvtlon he stricken out."
(taui-fm. the 11 it 1 1 e 1 1 n can Inuig- The motion wiir lost, and the next
ine tinthliiR more necessary than for section w.i pioceeded with,
the full working forte of this Ten I- Tlru ntth section of tho Mooro hill,
tory to he on hand In WnshliiRto-.i
during the extra session for tho
lsloti of the tariff. The lands of ll.a
Ten limy of Hawaii will he woith
much or little, as the tariff on our
Industries 'is fntornblc or tint.
THE NEW APPROPRIATION
nver ( ixp,iMr In the Terrltor of
Hawaii has a peisunal Interest la the
letitnthe scheme for fluaueliiR tho
Roverument of tho Tenltory end
Countlei imbllahed on another pagu
of this Issue.
Here la an outline for action that
-n 111 accomplish the main object of
legislative existence In the estima
tion of a Rood number of citizens
who criticise much but offer few
practical BugRcstlons nt the time
:not needed. If It Is followed, the
expenses of government will come
within tlie Income, and leave a mar
gin to apply on tho public t'eht.
That the plan will he adopted In
exact detail Is hlRhly Improbable.
This paper lias no assurance that It
will be accepted In any form. The
result is largely with the people;
whether the weight of nubile opin
ion will be felt more heavily on Hie The Vital Section
ictronchmont end than with tho T1,m la,,,t! "" " v'tn' I"lllt
forces that want large appropriations,"' ,1,u ,ntlre '"' """ 8cetlo Klv"
for friends nnd districts, and nIO IllR to liquor men the right of nypcnl
lendy to trade tho appropriation
Items up to an excessive total in or
der to gnln their ends.
l'ubllc opinion has been very post-
tlroly expressed In opposition to nny!"!(,n,H wlllc" l" "" "''Jectliimitile as
increase of the tax rate to gnln
funds to be used in the ordinary ad
ministration of affairs.
. Now let thobo convinced that the
Tenltory and the Counties can he
carried on without Increasing the
lovenuea apply themselves lo tho
task In hand of reducing and disti Hi
nting tho expense and Income.
In tho outline that is offered, the
r. .feature that especially appeals to
this paper is the Increase over tho
Coventor's estimates of the appro
priation for school-teachers' salaries,
Tho consolidation of ofllces in
Departments of l'ubllc Works, rubllo
Lands, the Survey and Treasury of'
llces, is also very much to tho point.
Tho wholo schenio lo along tho
lines to which tho government of
these Islands must eventually he
huwn, Theie must ho a steady trans
fer of lespouslblllty to the local gov
ernments, and as this Is done tho
Tcrrltotlal machinery must bq re
duced. Tho suggestion hns been made
nnd It Is nn excellent ono t hut there
Is 110 time better than the present to
make the reductions in tho olllclal
lists. With tho gcnornl prosperity
prevailing tho elimination of offices'
will causo tho least linrdhlp anions 'legislation which alio docs not want
nfllcors affected, I localise Oahti so desires It. I shall
Too many of the people bhoudng oil' for an incicaso In tho power of
tho loudest against the oxccsslto tax-, the Counties, hecauso I bellevo that
ntlon will In the noxt bieath piotestBiich powor will he safer thero than
ngnlnst tho elimination of some of- it Is in this legislature."
lite held by a (rleud, or oppose the Motion Lost
1 eduction of so mo appropriation for! Senator Smith's motion to Btllko
n piece or public work In which they , out tho bectlon granting ' right of
nro personally Interested. I appeal wns lost by the following
Our citizens should learn that tho vote:
Legislature can run tho country on I Ayes Ilaker, Hiown, Fulrchlld,
n businesslike basis when the people Kiiudsen, Kahuna, tho President.
1111 tho outside cease demanding ap- Noes ChllllnRworth, Coelho, Hur
propilallonB to milt individual vlovvs' voy, Mnkekuu, McCarthy, Mooic,
nnd absolutely dlsiegard tho general Quiiin, Hobtiisou, Woods,
lesiilt. It Is when legislation audi Senator Chllllngworth then offrrcil
iippliiprlatlon becomes a' grab game, tho following amendment to tho bill,
on tlto pait of Interests and Individ-j which was adopted:
mils outsldo tho legislative halls that Chillink'worth Amendment '
i.tibllc business goes wiung. Section OS A. Appeals shall bo al-
Per Sit Moiitna . . .
Ptf Year, auywltere U t S .. ..
Pel Year, an where in caiuda
Per Yeat (ytild, foreign .. .
MARCH 17. 190D
(Continued from Page 1)
People lt) not wnnt It change
nnd tills Legislature should tnlie no
llCtlotl Without VITV gOOl! nllll BUlIl-l
nt reasons foi doing so. The fait
that in an Isolated case a ll(itor deal
providliiR that, for a period of (en
ie-l)ears. Intoxicating liquors mnmifti-
tured In this Territory other than
from fruit wholly 'grown here, shall
only he dispensed after a license fee
of JL'fio annually has been paid, ne.t
nunc In for hot shot.
Mooro explained that, under the
existing law, the $. fee, accorded
those maMtiR wine from Rrapu
Krown wholly in the Islands, was he
' hr Rratited to rectifiers manufaetur-
lug synthetic llquois and the like,
and that the section was included at
the tequest of the wholesale liquor
1000. Fee SuRpested
Senator Smith sugRested Hint,
were such the case, ho would reiom
nend the amendment of that section
so as to II x the tax In such cases at
$5(jn. r.tlrclilld announced Hint ho
would ro it one better nnd make tho
ChlllliiRworth poured oil on the
troubled waters, and suggested that
the section bo amended by the sti Ik
ing out the phrase "for a pcilod of
The motion wns lost on n rising
Mite, only Smith, Knudscn, nnd Chll
of the room.
l'alrchllil was out
I '" "10 ,""rg '"" ,llc U-clloin of
the License Hoards. Senator Smith
nt once took the floor again
"Thero Is no one of the nmenib
tine, f.,,,,ih ttiu Hb'i ', Miii-ii,
said Smith. "The power of Hie
Hoaid under the pressnt law Is n
very wholesomo provision. Two
jcais ago the present law was pass
ed, and -It hns proved to be the best
that we ever had In the Territory.
"It Is charged that the granting of
so much power to the Hoard makes
It a despotic body. Tho members of
the Hoatd arc appointed by tho Gov
ernor and must be continued by the
Senate. I am heartily in favor of
le.ivlnR them with tho power they
tnohave, and I move that this section ho
If wo should pass this amendment
to tho law, what will be our leatcni
for doing bo? I do not vvlsh to im
pugn the motives of unvone, but o
have received petitions from all over
tho Terrltoiy opposing this provi
sion. Not ono lictltlou In Its favor
lias come to hand."
Senator Falrchlld then took an
other allot. Said ho:
'More Power to' Counties
This matter brings up tho ques
tion of granting more power to tho
Counties, nnd forces tho Issue. Ileio
is Kauai perfectly satisfied with tho
picsent law being forced to accept
Trent Trust Co., Ltd. !
KaimuKi Bargain 9'
9 .n fen
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i.ho U '
a.fiu Home for sale, within 200
' K feet of car line; near top of IJi
hill. $1850.00. Details fur IS
I nished on application of in-
I tcrcstcd parties. El '
llnt Trust Co.. ltd. 1 1
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lowed from decisions of Hoards re
lusliig appllratlouB for lencwals of
licenses, refusing transfers of II
tenses, and leMitntloiiM and suspen
sions of licenses, to the .ludRe of tho
Circuit Court sitting In chnmhetH
without a Jury of the same Circuit
wheieln the party appealing, ns a II
1 enver. has his, their, or Its llccnr.el
premises the lliense for which liaif
been suspended or rewiked or for
which a renewal or transfer of tho
license has been refused, whenover
the party appealing shall flic with
the Sciretary of the Hoard fiom
whlih said appeal la taken, his no
tice of appeal setting forth the
gioiinds of appeal and bond ns Is now
or may hereafter he provided In the
insu of appeals in civil inses from
District Magistrates to Circuit
Courts. And such appeals shall op
nate to the same effect as civil ap
peals from District Magistrates U
tile Circuit Courts, subject to nppeal
l.y exceptions or writ of erior to
the Supreme Cuurt, ns Is now 01 may
hereafter he ptovlded for appeal
from ClrcultCourts to the Suptemo
I'pou appeals fiom Hoards to the
Judge of the Cticult Courts sitting
In chambers without a Jury, the
hearing beforo the Circuit JudRO
shall he de novo under rules anil pro
teduie which shall be Used by tho
Judge, nnd tho Judgment thereon of
tho Judge of the Circuit Couit sit
ting In chambers or of tho Supreme
Court upon exceptions or writ of tr
ior thercfiom shall he binding upon
the Hoard fiom whose decision or
nitloti the appeal shall hao been
An nppeal fiom a decision of a
illoaid refusing to renew n license or
rovokliift or suspending a llecnso
Near Town, completely furnished
cottage, two bedrooms... $40.00
Wilder Ave,, Cottage, two bed
A bargain in the Makiki District.
At Knimuki n house and lot on
high ground. Also several lots and
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED "BY ONE ,
4 i rjMivtvM.ut.rni j?
vjp 'iy $lter '.-.
shall opeiato as a supetsede't"", and
on Immediate heuilng 011 appeal ma
.be ordered b) the Judge sitting In
1 chambers, or the Supreme Court upon
good cause being1 shown thciefor,
nnd the pnrtv appealing may, pend-
InR appeal, continue' the exetclsc of
the license suspended or revoked or
of which h lencwul lias been refuted,
ns the ease may be, upon executing
to Hitch Hoard a bond In the sum of
iOnc Thousand Dollars ($1000) con
ditional upon said patty appealing,
In iasc ho is defeated In his said ap
peal, paying to the Secretary of such
Hoard tho proportionate part of the
minimi license fee for each day that
such llecnso shull have been exercis
ed by 111 in pending said appeal.
McCarthy then moved the pas
sage of the hill as amended. '
Qttlnn took the floor with tilde
"Mr. Chairman, I wish to ro on
lecord as being In faor of the pio-
posed amendments to the prese'it
liquor law. I am not Interested In
i ny liquor runt em: no liquor men
have any strings on me. Hut I
claim that no tommlsslon should
have the despotic power granted tho
I-tceiisu Commission b the present
"Senator Smith has said that
many petitions have been received,
opposing any change In tho law, but
that none have been lecelved favor
ing It. That Is Hue. but iIozciih of
the most prominent men of this clt,
not liquor men. lime stopped mo on
the street and commended the stand
which I have taken.
"In times past the License Com
mission has acted In a despotic man
lier, nnd I will not nllmv myself to
be Intimidated by those who would
force mo to vote otherwise than 11
my sense of right dliects."
On tho calling of the ayes nnd
noes, the hill passed to third read
ing by the following vote:
Record of Avcs and Now
Ayes linker, lliown, ChlllliiR
worth, Coelho, Harvey. Makcktiu,
McCarthy, Moore. (Juliiu, Robinson,
Uods. Noes - Kalrrhlld, Kahuna,
KnudEcn, the Pi evident.
(Continued from Pace 1)
irnlng I lie merits r which tie was not
ceitnlu in his mind
Senator Chllllnuworth Said that lu
had made n study of the measure and
was prepared to answer an quest loi
which the Senator from II.iv.ull mlgh,
"Thlt, hill hat been dlseusned at
length, both In the lnll pi 1 era and
at meetings of citizens, and I believe
that its piovlslons should be fall!
well known to most people. I tlui.
loro askthnt the third reading of this
measure be now taken tip."
Woods mnied a postponement until
tomoriow murnlng, nnd his motion
The following bills ejnt 11,1 in mi
the House this mornlns .ttid n.-.:l
House illi: 73. exemption if home
steads. I (mice Hill "!: House 1,1!! s.
powers or counties; Hoi'.fe Hill to. ap.
polntmeai or Jailors; House Hill pri,
Hilo park: House HIM 117, r'nmp du
ties; Hoiim Hill 120; IJouso ('..iicur
rent Hesolutlon No. 15, Itivltlng Dele
gate I'abinlaiiaolo to come hack hcio
at the i.ieiim or the Tenltory to ad
dress the Lcglslattlie on the laud law.t;
House Concurrent ltesoluton 111. tariff
on cuffii , Hoiist Concurrent Hesolu
tlon 17. annual session of I.eglslatme
A communication from tho Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, oppos
ing nny ledneilou In tho school appro
pilntlon, wat icad.
ANY ONE WOULD DO
In a speech before tho Wellcsley
Club leieutly. Augustus Thomas told
this story about Nat Roodwln: "Say,
Nat." said Willlo Collier lo Mr.
(ioodwin as they vvcro coming mil of
the Lambs Club shortly after the hit
ters man Inge to Miss Goodrich, "In
vite me to one of sour weddings some
time, won't jou?" everybody's
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Mr. George II, Hlmscr, Grant, Out.,
"f who troubled with my stomach
"I doctored with six different doctors. Bomo of them scorned to help mo
at tho time, hut failed tOcuro mr. Homo said it was cancer of tho liver, others
said it was dyspepsia or Indigestion. f
"I.t fall I suffered so much that I pavo up all hopes of ever being cured.
I hud headache, lootlinche, and lolj of olhcr troubles loo numerous lo mention.
"At that time, my wife was taking I'eruuti nnd Mnualtn and she urged
me lo try them. I took them, but without tho least faith.
"After a week or so 1 felt a great deal better, so I continued loic lliem.
"After I had taken two bottles of l'oruna and half a bottle of Manalln, I
felt real well.
"I am now like a new man, thanks
Dyspcpslti for Twenty Years.
Mr. Sidney Woscls, Mcrrltton, On
tario, Canada, vv rites :
"I liovo been troubled vvllh dyspepsia
and Indigestion f.ir twenty years, dur
ing which lime I tried different doctors,
but did not Ret tho desired results.
'I havo been compelled for weeks at
n tlmo to Rlvo up work, being com
pletely protrntcd. 1 luul t'oconllno my
self to a milk diet, ns nothing would ro
main on my slomncli.
"I had about Riven up, thinking my
case Incurable, when I heard of I'cruna
11ml decided .to try It,
"Onolrottlo niado a great change and
after tulng another bottlo of this won
de.ful medicine, I had complete freedom
from pain, my appetlto had returned and
I could again enjoy my meals.
'I bellevo I'cruna U the grandest med
lclno under the sun.
"To tiny I wolgh over two hundred
and twcnty-llvo pounds. Is it nny won
der that I pralso I'cruna."
The following wholesale druggijts will
LOGAN IS OFF UNHURT
(Continued from Tagc 1)
many conglutinations ihls mniiiin,;!
nt tho Nuvnl Station. All Mo cs h tj
to Buy of how he did It v..n that he
went out last night and Man. J to'
pull when the tide was hlgli ;
"Mr, Moses, the Lieutenant ton
mnnder, who can led out 01 deism id
n successful null of the Logan," sibl
Captain Ilees. "Ho Is entitled to all
ciedlt for tho successful opeiatpi.i
by which tho LoRan wns pulled fiom '
the lornl reef. I nm very iiiuih
pleased with his work.
"I hnvo bent u enbleginni to tlm '
Department in which Mr. Mos.is' !
work Is mentioned, nnd I also men-'
Honed tho assistance rendered by I
Captain Lowes tit tho Hrltlsh cruiser j
Cambrian. Hevond that I mentioned'
the nsslstnnco offered by Cnptnlu
Nugent of the Ilritlsli cutleer I'loru, !
which arrived scsterday." ,
Had the steamer not come off he
foie, the two Hrltlsh cruisers would
havo Joined the pulling foitc. !
Your ' Watchman
on duty if he is equipped with
one of our twelve station
watchman's clocks. If he is
remiss in his duty during the
night the clock will tell you
of it in the mornin". Call and
let us explain this clock to
H. F. Wichman & Co.
. LEADING JEWELERS
j I Doctored With
Gave Up All Hopes of Ever Being Cured,'
.1 1 Am Now Like
Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin,
At least one person In ten has some slomncli dlfrtrully.
This Is only ono way to say, that there area vat multitude
of pooplo In this country who nro suffering from ailments di
rectly duo lo a deranged stomach,
Tho hustle nnd hurry of American lifo in mainly to hl.imo
for this, Itnphl cntlng, worry nnd nuxlely after eating, H
sure to bring on stomach iliniculty sooner or later.
Those who suffer
j know of l'cruna, I'cruna rarely falls to bring relief, ami lit
', soino cases the restoration is almost mnglc.il.
Tho testimonial of Mr. George II. fymser,of Ora 11 1, On tarlo,
Canada, Is a fair sample of tho sort of IcslltnnnlnM Dr.
llartnmn Is receiving concerning 1'enin.i as n remedy for
for sboutsoven years,
to i'cruna and Mnualln."
Catarrh of Stomach
Iter. J. T. l'eeler, llendcrsonvillc,
fioutli Carollnn, V. N. A., writes:
"I desire to jnnke knoSyn for the bene
fit 6f suffering humanity my experience
"I was afflicted with catarrh of tho
stomach, ami though I tried several
remedies and applied to several doctors,
it wns all in vain.
"Had II not been for l'ernna I bellevo
I would havo been In my gravo to-day.
"I havo ovcry reason to bollovo that
l'cruna Is the prentoit remedy for cn-
tarrh known to tho world. Therefore I
havo been, nnd shall continue to recom
mend It to those w ho nro unwell."
Tonic Effect of Pcrunj.
Mr. J. J!. Carson, 218 St. Clarens Ave.,
Toronto, Canada, Inspector Loudon Life
Insurance Co., London, Canada, writes:
"I havo used the popular icniedy known
as l'erunu, and 1 can testify as to its
merits. 1 regnrd it ns ono of tho beat
tonics now uti the market."
supply the retail trade : BENSON,
"The Fashionable Adventures
of Joshua Craig"
David Ci.ihani Phillips
"Stung" 1,l,lt Davis
"The Red Mouse"
W. II, Osborne
"5440 oy Fisht"
"Comrades" Thos. Iilxon Jr.
"A Prisoner of the Sea"
"The Yellow God"
11. lllder Haggard
"The Angel and the Star"
Alexander Younrr Building.
Get it Now on our easy-payment
plan. Come in and hear
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941 NUUANU ST,
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Bwlers in rurniture Mattresses,
Sfe, fftfflif &
made by woman immigiants from
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Rooms U and 10 Young Hotel Bldt;,
Six Different Physicians.
a New Man, Thanks to
from slomncli derangement ought to
Olhcr Cases of Stomach Trouhlc
MIL 11. .1. HHNNHMAN. Oakland,
Nebraska, U. S. A., writes:
"I waited beforo writing to j nu alsiut
my sickness, catarrh of tho stomach,
which I had over aj'carngo.
"Thero vvero vrnplo who told mo It
would not stay cured, but I am stiro
that I nm cured, for 1 do not fuel any
moro III effects, havo a good appottle
and am gelling fat. Ro I am, and will
say to nil, I am eurctl for good,
"I tl.ank you for your kindness.
"l'cruna will bo our liouso midlcl.nu
IT. W. NACIHL, K Church HI..
Mcrldcu. Connecticut, U, H. A.,
"J'or several years I had been troubled
Willi catarrh or the rloniarh.
"After trying about everything else,
I was advised to try l'cruna.
"I could not eat any solid foul for
some lime; now I can eat most anv thing
that comes along,
"I havo taken several hollies nt Coro
na and Manalln anil aineutlrclycur.il,
I hearllly rccomnicnd'eruna aiul Man
nllll la ovcry sufferer of catarrh. ,
"I thank you for your kind advice.
MIL OAI.HIl II. IIOKTKLL, l'ollco
Officer, 21'JN. l'aca Sl lhilllmon-,
Maryland, U. H. A., writes: "l'or si v
cralyenrsl wns troubled with cutnrrU
of tho head, throat and stomach. Mnv
times 1 would vomit beforo and after
"I look eovon bottles of your Verona,
nnd I nm glad to say that It has cured
uie, I feol moro llko living and work
ing, nnd am not bothered at all with
my old troubles.
"I tako great pleasure In recommend
ing l'ernna to all sufferers with catarrh,
and 1 thank you for what you havo
do no for me, for 110110 but thoso who
havo suffered as I havo enn appreciate)
a great euro as I have found l'cruna
SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
Money in the bank means
a number of things:
It means confidence and self
reliance. Confidence of others
in the depositor, self-reliance
for the depositor himself.
It means thrift and econo
my; not avarice, for the miser
never puts money in the bank
he wants to. finger it.
It means that the depositor
is prepared for whatever on
portunity may come of mak
ing a paying investment.
It means that there is a
growing nmount of ready cash
working day and night for
him, drawing 4L) per cent,
START SAVING MONEY
Let U3 give you one of our
small home banks.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Judcl Dulldlnrj, Fort and
Capital and Surplus
,,,. , .,7,, ... c,..
""-"" - "".""S Tlltl
I Sod to return up to Monday night.
THE TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING
have moved from the Kapioloni Bldg.
to tho Hustacc Blk Nos. 00-71. So.
Bcrctun'm St., opposite Sachs' Store,