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MEMBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED MEM.
Vnllaoo I. PnrrlnKtun, . - EJciltor
IUDS0RIPTI0H JUTES PAYABLE IN ADVANOX.
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I'M 4 MoiiIih
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Pi Ymi. inrwlmf in Canada
I'rrWai l.,l, lotiifn,..,.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
Tt I EdlfcoHlI Rr.rt--i. 1 ttfc
Business Office. - 2fifi
nvmiNti immnTiN. iionom...u.tii. wh..nimi,av. m.i. ai, toott
Entnttl tt lh ftntoflire at Honolulu
fcoh1 tlm nutter
MARCH 31, 1009
No burglars caught vet1
Tin .niini i lli- Si into Bi'lx tlironsli
lth UK cimllrmatlim IiusIiiob llic- Vet-lir
Our JapaiiPRo guests nro lint tut k
otlvc but tbey have never licen tjchlml
Kvpii the weather Is InKliu: a turn
at proving that In Honolulu cotull
tliinii nrc peculiar.
If It la nut possible to consollilnto
nUli 'M where It Is ilcstrcil, cousoll-
llllll lu IV X)SllllO
Now that Crazy Snnko li.is mirronil
civil mniie of Oklahoma'!) Craz) JhUcb
Bbonlil biRln tn seek cover.
I tt (hit ..ViMllllT .itunlnnu 1... iili.llt
ilcMiicil iii talk If that will Rti.irWc..
la m'KxIoiis exclusively devoted to
Mr Truior's Immigrants will nrrlvo
tomorrow When will llio Immigration
Hoard liesln It cainp'ilRii tinilor tho
new law "
Some ntflrl.il uttcraiiros from tho
locnl llhrnn tnileo would throw val
liable Hunt on llio plan for creatine a
Ktnit approprlnto for tho public
wlicol The chlldin should not hu"
Ubjeit to tho doubtful fate of ap-iropiliittnn-blU
l'renlilent Kllot nt the Court of St
Jniiim will tn.iko tin iippioprlato re
i IpiiH-ntliin ror tho linniir of IihvIiik
Mr llncv nt Wimhlngton.
All sortii or gnmo utorlcs of tho fish
v irli-ty mav bo expected from those
follow Iiik tho Itoosoelt trnll or tin
in linl iiml unwelcome guests
I truth will be developed nml llic nuc
leus or fnllure of retail markets w
not be ii matter of booKKecpIng In
.whlih all the profit of bjc-priidiiUn
jure rlinrged up In nnotlier atiount.
I - ,
PUBLIC SCHOOL APPROPRIATIONS.
It Is teportpii with much promise of
trutli til -l an agreement has been
reached on the public school appro
priations Hint will sntlsfy the tle
nmnili of tho cducntlonal tlopai Uncut
of tho Tcrrltorj
If this bo true, why not puss tho
appropriation Items for the Heo.irt-
inent of 1'ubllc Instruction ns an In
dependent Public School Appropiln
This will bo n stop toward the rec
ognition of the nubile Bcliools ns lmv.
lug first place In tho esteem of tho
people of this Territory, l'lrst pro
Wile for "tho Bchools.
Clrnntlng that this is n chnngo
from our ancient methods. It Is nn
Appropriations for tho Alaska-Yu-l.on
Exposition and tho appropria
tions for tho visiting Congressmen
were put through ns Independent ap
Docs nn man pretend to claim
that tho public tcliool appropriations
' not as Important as these bills
i nit hnvo gone before.
Tho riftli Legislature of tho Tor
l itory should number amonir Its mnd
Leeds tho establishment of tho new
policy of providing for tho children
It la bound to come. The ilny Is
not far ilUtntit when the sjstcm of
taxation will rollovv tho mainland
plan of estimating whnt Is needed
for tho schools and lev vine n sneelnl
school tn according)).
This the present l.cclslaturo of
Hawaii mny not do, but It can put
the public schools outside tlm hren
of legislative trades that so frequent
Trent Trust Co., Ltd,
Home for Sale
A home of 2 bedrooms, par
lor, dining-room, kitchen, and
pnntry. Lot is CO x 132, sit
uate in Pnlitmn, 100 feet from
King street $1300,
May schools of
Hundredsof Friends Hear
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
LIHUF, KOLOi. WAIIIAWA,
IIANAPEPB, WAIMEA, KEKAHA
flowing frcclv from tlm inurta 1mll
result in tho punishment of e II. du
el a and tho ending of their destruct
Persons striving to saddle Hnwiill
" - I " - 'M'w" turn Dif iiiriiiieill-
with an form of I'rohlbltlon will , 1 get Into und Impede nppioprlntlon
t at.a a tt l nnti latt fert Wn 1 a l.lll-
i mil mishit iiiuj iiiuj iii'i iiau fuun ii i uillH.
totuernltig public sentiment In tho! Apiuonrlnto first for the nubile
With Dcput Sheriffs .appolntei),
theio need be no riiluug dlfilctlltj In
fcururlng offlrcrs that will satisfy nil
the ilcmauils of Count) l.lipior Com-mlsslonurs
Australia's readiness to contribute
n liattlesblp to the homo government
will pmliibh sirvo llio iiililut purpose
of IneinailiiK the hli(. of the Heel Kept
111 Ausl.Mlia waters
SAYS IT WAS HEAL
WAR CRUISE FOR SHIPS
Sperry Makes Sensational Statement
Aoout Atlantic ilect
NHW YOHK, N. Y , Jliirch II.
"The cruise of tho Atlantic Ilect
around tho world wns not a practlco
alfalr, nor n pleasure trip. It wns n
real war cruise "
Hear Admiral Charles S. Spcm
made this statement In n speech at
a Lambs' Club banquet tonight, ac
cording to Augustus Thomas, shep
herd of the Iaimbs.
Newspapermen were not ndmltled
to the Imnnuot, but Thomas gave
wnat ti said was the substance of
Admiral Speny's speech.
FORMER ICE KING'3
Mrs. Morse Sells Jewels and Furniture
to Meet Expensss.
New Yoik. Xlnrch II .Mrs Charles
W. Morse, wife of tho fonuer bank
and Ice company promoter, tonight
confirmed the it-port that her litis
band's fortune hnd been illicit ilia.
rlpnlcil iind Hint nbo hnd to sell Inr
furniture mid Jewels to meet tho obli
gations Incurred b hlin'ln his recent
WRIGHTS ORDER AIRSHIPR
London, March 14 The Wrlchi limih.
crs hnvo placed an ordoi with a I.on
don firm for tho Immediate coustiuc
tlon of six acioplaneg.
Sugur at four cents on .March 31st
heniM out tho prediction or the Hul
lo tin that tint market this jcar will
folluw jiarallei with last jear thoush
u few points lower.
Portions worried over tho pnrtlclpn
tlou of women and joimg Imijk In the
oporiitlons of tho stock market ninj
ho found shaping up frenzied llnnucc
KhuiucK behind tho door.
.So tho Kcn.ito is no longer couscrv
lithe. , Tho man who said it, must bo
in favor of thu freak resolutions that
havo found a permanent resting place
in tho house of Hotter Judgment.
llotwecn tho enemies ho mado on
thu Immigration bill and didn't pnclf
by his voto on the liquor amendments,
Hcpiescntatlvo Cohen might begin to
feel that truo virtue Is nover appreciated.
Men of means with sparks of lojalt)
will use the money the) gain from
present pioi-perlty to further proninto
tho pi ogress of I law all. Kvcry clt
luiii should ciealo himself an actlvo
incqiher of the Homo Investment
Added lespouslblllt) given to tho
Counties will lauso iHlzens to give
mote nttenllon to what the Hupeivl
Kirs nre doing. At the piesent tlmo
too ninny Ihliik o'f the Joiul leglslu
tois as hardly worth noticing,
though they nie handling some of
tho moat liupnitniit departments of
Tho people wish llio now retail
mt ilenlflii well. Tliey havo al
cy" felt that somit ort of a cnmbl-
Ilktloll Vt'iw hobllliir lliem m, lull
-,.- -r-fv ' ,- -....-,,.... ,.,,v IMIIB UAHl.l.lli.i; UI
MttJi tho hUUci iiiUi'tioudvut tho tlint peifcct piuduit. Justlie, wliltli
WAGING FOR JUSflCE.
It Is reassuiiiig to lenin that the
escape of tho Stundaiil Oil Cimipany
from the twcnty-ulnc-nillllon-ilollni
line Imposed b) Judge Uindls nuv be
mi aid to a bcttei dispensation of
This Ts the opinion expressed h
the Chicago Hall) News, which ninj
bo classed ns able to tuko a falrl)
unprejudiced view, .ludgo Anderson,
In following the ruling of tho Court
of Appeals hcttlng asldo tho sentence
of Judgo La nt) Is, held that tho Stand
ard Oil Company lould not bo held
for prolltlng b) nn unlawful rate,
when tho Government was unable to
prove tho lawful rate.
Much is being said about tho fnr
rcuclilug effects of Judgo Anderson's
decision. Dnuutlct It will bring
about n s)8tem of publishing freight
rntcB which will bo clearer than that
mado mi of references fiom tnrlir
sheet to changeable State classifica
tion nnu back annin. which. In ibis
case, throw tho reviewing Judges Into
a fog Doubtless thero will bo other
effects, not tho least of which will bo
tho Uso of more earn liv thn TVdnrnl
government in proparing Its cases.
J no spectacle of u conviction and tho
resulting lutllctlon of n line almost
Incredibly Inrge, followed by tho com
plete and miserable collnpsa of tho
entire case upon which both were
built. Is neither edlfvlnir nor tvhnle.
some In lis effects upon tho public
m in ii
Out of tho ruins of this celebrated
caso must rise a workable method nt
getting JiiBtlce for nil shippers of
commodities over tho lines of com
mon uirrleis. Whether a prosecu
tion ends lu conviction or In rout for
the tloternment It teaches some les
son, and tho lesson In the caso now
ended Is III Its wav as nntiibln im tlm
sensational fine which closed its first
The rourts must give Justice by nc
tttrnte processes It Is for the mnk
iiB of laws, the Interstate Commcne
Comiiiliwtou. tlm Department of lus
llcn mid tho tourts. themselves lo
provide those processes Tho public
iiiKinvWillo walls expectantly for
Alnpnll Street $25.
Knplolanl St. (l'or Adults Only)-J0.
Cor. rilkol mid Wilder Avo.-
Two bargains In MANOA VALLHY
EIGHT LOTS AT KAIMUKI
A Good Iluy!
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
ProRium Lasted All Day and Closed
With Luau That Sent All
Away Well Ted and
(Special to the llullctl n)
WAIIIAWA? Kami, March 29.
The different Sabbath school (lasses
of nil run Hi mid west Kauai met trs
lentil) nt the llniiaiieno Protestant
Church nnd rendered whnt was iinitn
minus!) pronounced one of tho most
successful programs of llio kind ever
held on llio Garden Island. Tho Ut
ile ihurch could hold nbout min-l lilr.i
of the gathering, thero being fully
four hundred People who came, mnm
to partlclpito lu llio examination.
nml others to fee and listen to tho
Thero vnjro classes from I.lliuo,
Koloa, Wahlnwa, Hannpeiic, Wnlmen
and Kcknha, nnd from llieso thero
were picked suli-rlassco tm tnt ,i
as If th'ey woro purposely gotten up
to capiuro honors Hut it happened
mis iiino mat the leaders of tho dif
ferent ClnSSCS Cltlicclc.il ahnru r.,, ..,..
Htlon and hnd started early to prac
tice, thus rendering tho nwnrd of
honors n most perplexing duty even
to tho shrewdest critics.
Mrs. TIlOS. Onilke.l ttlln In n ....
Ing spirit in theso good dolnim. bn.l
everything nrrnmrcd ro Hint nit nm
on hand to start promptly. An old
timer passed tho remark that only n
few )ears ago the) como on old nags
and mulo wagons but now li inio
nn nutomobllc. Tho Wnlmen nntns
did n rushing business. ,Mr. Tdco's
'busses brought In tho I. limn ri.
nnd tho Knual Hnllroad Co. ran n
special train for tho Koloa, Wahl
nwa groups. W Kills, superintend
ent for west Kauai, was nrfuMint-
ofneer; Judgo Kupahee acted as an
nouncer, and W A Wright as Becrc
lary The recitations vvcro prompt;
the slnglnc exreltent Snnii f.. i.n
general enthusiasm that ever) class
urouglit down the house with upcom
ing applause. Durlnr iii ri. r
the llliernl outpuurlng of Scriptural
food, Mrs Ouolicn had. with tlm hrln
of chailtable friends, prepared a well
laden tnbln with viands moro elabor
ate than thero wero mouths to cat
A fat bullock had been graciously
donated by Francis Ony nnd this
helped to make an abundance" of fond
for tho Inner-man.
It wns quite late In tho afternoon
hoforo tho last class finished. Mr.
Kills wanted such gentlemen ns Mes-
srs (la), llrodlc, nnd Kinney to pass
remarks', but tho londcd tnblcs weie
too enticing, and beforn nntonn lumtv
It nil had mado their exit to partake
of tho delicious dishes So the would-
bo speakers hud to nod tn mm .ninth.
er nnd follow suit
L on hotly Went lioinn snllunnd
with having been lo ono of tho st
hiKcessfiil Sahbuth School (onven-
tlons, Judged from nil points of vlow.
I'rlends met rrlends, lelntives their
Kinsmen, politicians their nnm nnd
tons, nnd nil hnd It nut good-natured.
ly and mutually to tho profit of all.
Great credit Is duo Mr. Kills for
tho interest shown In tho good pro
gram, and much pralso is duo his
sister, Mrs Onokcn, for tho prepara
tion foi tho comfort of tho visitors
and the high spirit mnlntnlned
throughout tho renditions.
Prominent among thoso present
wiro Mr. nml Mis. II. II. Hrndlo, tho
.Mltscs Datsv mid Hannah Sheldon.
Miss Kills, Mlss,KllMbolh PHI, Mis
l 11 Cook, M la Hoso Alnlnu. tlin
Missel Junot mpl Mabel Hastlo, Prati
Ih Guy, .Mr nnd Mrs Honry llluke,
K. W Kinney, Mr. nnd Mis. Jns. K.
Kulii, Judge J K Knpuulnl. Judge
nnd MrB I), K Kanaheo. Mr nnd
.Mis W Kills, Mr. and MrB. Tlios.
Onokcn, ftovs J Knullll nnd J. A
Akliia, J M Knucnkua Messrs. Kd
Ucslm, nnd A Q Knulukou
OF OUR DEFENCES
Guests of Major Wlnslow
They Visit Diamond
TIlC members of the Trrrllirlnl
Semite spinl n er) Intcicstlng nnd
liulructhn hour with MnJor Wlns
low nt tho Diamond Head fort on
Major Wlnslow took the inrlv
throughout the fort, explained tho
working of tho guns, mid explained
In detail the method of oucrntloti In
speaking of tho effect of tho dis
charge of tho guns during practise,
Major Wlnslow exprcssol tho belief
that llio neighbors at Kalmiikl need
have no fear of being seriously dis
turbed Tho guns will probably bo
fired for tho first limn durlnir the
coming month Work on the foit
ress is progressing with good speed.
Lieut, ('ommnndcr Moses, who hap
pened to bo visiting tho fort nt tho
Mime time, guvo ItiqulierH Interest
ing information un tho absolute se
curity from successful nttni k hv Imt.
tlcshlpa of a place well defended by
mortar nnd shore batteries. Hit Un
ships nro forced to Keep out of range
and only tnko tho chanco of closo
quarters on the most cxtremo emer
gency Tho forces on shore havo
n tremendous ndvnntngo.
The tt lit developed tho fnct that
Senator Moore lias served lu a mor
tar batter) dining his residence lu
llio South mid knows all the .s nnd
outs of operating the guns.
APRIL SESSION OF
Tenltory of Hnvvall vs Chnl Klin
Motion to dismiss bill of exceptions
II (1. Mlddlcdltch. trustee, v lolm
W. Cathcnit, ct nl Appeal from Clr
cult Judge. ITrst Circuit.
Tcrrltoi) of llnwnll vs v'hal Kim
Kxceptions from Clicult Com. lTrot
Mai) A. Htchnrds vs Carl Ontnll
ct nl. Kxceptions from Circuit Court
Hccky L. K. Knlaniakea hv her
Guardian, J. W. Wnllthim Kclkl vs.
Henry Wharton, ct al. Km options
from Circuit Court, ITrst Circuit
Lnu Dan, et nl. vs. L. Ah Lcong
Appeal from Circuit Judge, ITrst Cir
cuit, II. I' Dllllnghum vs. M P Scott, rt
nl. Krror to Circuit Court, Kim Clr
Thero Is promise of two vor) In
teresting lectures nt tho Colleen of
Hawaii tonight Miss Hunt will
speak on "Food Values and Their
Relation to tho Diet." nnd Mr. Hon.
mer on 'Torcstry In Hawaii." linth
subjects should have a sneelnl Inter
est to tho pcoplo hcie Tho llrst be
cause llio choice of proper food In
this climate is moro necessar) thnn
elsewhere, tho second becnuso of its
genera! healing on (ho economic wei-
furo of the Islands
Tho lectin e us regularly sdiednl-
ed for ITIday night. April 2d, vlr
Ilovlno Tuhcmilosls mid ltn Hehi-
tlnn to Public llcnlth," b) )r. Nor
gaard, unit 'Agricultural Llteuitmo"
liy Mr Itoas, will bo postponed to
i riilay evening, April 9th.
A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least
try a medicine which has the record of Lvdia 12. Pink-ham's
Vegetable Compound, is to blame for her own wretched
I here arc literally hundreds of thousands of women in
the United States who have been benefited by this famous
old remedy, which was pioduced from mots and hcibsover
tlnrty ycuis ago by a woman to iclieve woman's suffering.
Read what these women say :
IlInl'V.,i,7,MVTIVlIt,,I', "lilMc.Tmro lmt I semi my CMtltni
! t .i...'1 m '" 1,'"K''n" Vcm-tnlilo fonnioiiiiil. In.iilii- it
I ,'nnl I iV n.l'i'i'T "Vi'01,1"" VI1,CM " ,n" Ill-lllstihM f tin.
uenclll or tills Miluublu roineily.
no nmjctlt . wns tired itml nervous nil tlio (lino, nml mivvciiU I
n. lo "' lyt? .,.,.,,, ,,U,V '- '''"WmWH VcKoti'ililo Coin ,on.
i.Vi. i?.-wt" wo'-ninl lliln Milualilo ineillrli.i, Miiill
Ave., Cnmlw"'.'? -2"M' AVl L'' Vnlcntliu., t)()U Lincoln
nf ?niC;.V.!lTiV.1 ,Vfife i? for f '. J.c".rs f r,),n fownlo f roiil.les. nml
V- ", ""': Slyalalcr advlsnl mo tn try I.vtllu I:. I'liikliuin'.i
liopo nil mirfcrlnir oinrn ivlll Just ehu Lsillit i:. IMnkliiim's
-K!W:lSitu lts ,u"Bl,t hieoia'
Since we guarantee that all testimonials which wc pub
tv irc Scnill,,c is !t nt fair to suppose that if Lydia 12.
I inkham's Vegetable Compound had the viitue to help
these women it will help any other woman who is suffer-
...tt uiii im; same irouuic.
rornojrnrs T,illn i:. lMnklinm's VcjjotnMo
Compottnil has been tliu stiinilnril rcmcilv for
i.'Mir ,,'' J.? ,lle " tlors Jiistlc-o to
lierself who villi not try this fnmuiis nirdlcltic.
jVIiuIn c.chislrely from roots ami lieibs, mtd
Ims (lioii-runls of cures to Its credit.
figE" If tho sp;litcst tronlilc upiii-nrs Avlilch
T, J"U 'Jo not iinderstimd, write to Sirs.
I inklintn nt. I.j nn, M,h., for licrndvlco-lt Is
frco nnd nlvvaj.s Iiclpfitl.
vitt rrn.ii.txtt '
The Industrial F.HIHnn nf i,n
Eveninp; Bulletin, wranncd
reaay lor maillngr, 50 cents, at B u 1 -1
e t i n office.
Bulletin Bnm'ni.u Dfflrn Thnn. 0cn
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phono 183.
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THURSDAY. APRIL 1ST
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Patterns of Linen, Mull, nnd Pique
Made to Order, Special de
signs submitted on request.
Orders for Wax Seals and
Commercial Die Work re
ceive Prompt Attention at our
H. F. Wichrriari '& Co.
fWk m MB
2&r- -utw .twHScjy
at TJle , Common Scnsc Razor, combining the best quali
ties of the safety detachable razor with the comfort and
casy-cuttinp; qualities of the old-style blade.
These blades, of specially hardened EnBliBh steel, hold
their edge for years without requiring; lioninir. Sold bv
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD
T.H: Bevies & Co., Ltd.
Keep your souvenir post cards in order. Our albums
will hold nny size. AH prices.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
r. . - - .!
LUNCHES nnd DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
have not seen all the sights unleis
iney visit the
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co. J
-i. ia)i HHMUli
iiMiar lfai1hl!ftli tthMMS, nt u,w
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