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EVENING nPLUBTIH. HONOLULU, T. H.f MONDAY. APRIL B, 1900.
Oceanic Steamship, Company
TIME TABLE S.S, ALAMEDA
Tlia steamer of thla Una will arrive and leave thlt. port ti hereunder!
Leave S. ,v. Arrive lion.
Bates from Honolulu to San Francisco First clati $05; Hound Trip
5110; lamlly Hooms extra.
I Wm. G. Irwin
OCEANIC B. 3. CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
Steamers cf the above oompanlee will at Honolulu and leave thli port
on or about the dates below mentioned!
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
CHINA Aril. 9
MANOnnitIA APR. 15
CHIYO MA III' Al'lt.23 TENYO MAltU APR'. 27
ASIA MAY liKOIlKA MAY
MONGOLIA MAY 11 1 NIPPON MAHU MAY 15
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FTIOM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
freight received at all times at the
TtOM SAN KKANCISCO TO HONO-.
LULU DlltBCT. I
LEIADE3. TO SAIL APR. 17
Freight rocelvcd at Company',
wharf, Greenwich Stteet.
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO. PLEIADES. TO SAII MAY 1
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Steamers of the above line, running la connection with the CANAD
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8. W and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, PIJI,- and Br'e
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FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA:, FOR VANCOUVER:
MAKINIA APR. 2
AOItANGl MAY I MARAMA APR. 27
MAIIAMA MAY 28 MAKURA MAY 25
MAKURA JUNK' 25 AORANOl JUNE 23
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Will call at Panning Island. '
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ARRIVE HONOLULU LKAVH HONOLULU
APRIL II, 1909 APRIL 20, 1909
MAY 12. 1909 MAY 18, 1909
JU.n'K .. 9. 1909 JUNE) IS, 1099
The Steamship "HYADES" of the Matson Navigation Company's line
sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct, on or about April 27th, carrying
Tho Steamship "LUIILINK" of tho above line sails from San Fran
clsm for Honolulu direct on or uboiit April 14th, carrying both freight
ii nil passengers.
Passenger Rates to S. F.: First Cabin, $60; Bound Trip First Class
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H, F, Baldwin President
J. B. Castle v....... Vic., President
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J. P. Cooke
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H. M. WHITNEY TwMuret
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LOTS FOR SALE
m KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITIOJI
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at. a Bargain rrenlsei
at Hauula on1 the b'eaeh, a'tvro-stori
house and furniture, at a bargain.
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.' TERS, PAPEB HANGERS1 anl
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KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by ths Bulletin
ruj Ushlng Company.
U.S. Hospital Completed
And Settlement Is
ANNUAL LEGISLATIVE TRIP;
Greatest Praito for Dr. Goodhue.
Want House for Movinw Pic
ture Machine Seek
Tllo Pcdenll Leprosarium nt Ka
luwno la virtually completed nnd at
moot ready to be turned over to tho
Government by the contractor. Only
the finishing touches need to bo add
ed befure the buildings will bo ready
for the beginning of the work of ex
perimentation which It la hoped will
result In the finding of n cure ftlr
tlio most, terrible .disease In the world
a euro which may In time do nwuy
Willi the necessity of maintaining tlio
TIiIk one of tho most Interesting
things learned yesterduy by the big
party that visited the Settlement iu
tho namo or tho Legislature of the
Territory of Hawaii. It was tho bl
ennlal .pllgrlmagu of tho Legislature
or was supposed to be, nlttioiiKh
there were only seven tnembern of
the Senate nnd fourteen Of the House
included In the party. Tho rest wero
made up of physicians, officers of the
Legislature, members of tho Hoard
of Health, and those having friends
at the Settlement.
Most of the Legislators who mudu
the trip did so from a Rlnccro ileilre
to learn what they could that might
enable them to do mor for the un
fortunates compelled ( upend their
lives on the little peninsula that Is
A great Improvement In conditions
at tho Settlement was observed by
those who mado tho trip two years
ago nnd again yesterday. The two
villages jooked brighter nnuinoro at
tractive, chiefly on account of new
cottagcH nnd well-kept yards, tho lib
eral application of paint, nnd now
government buildings. Superintend
ent Jack McVeigh believes that by
making the little Homes of the Set
tlement more attractive to look at ho
can lesson the discontent Inevitably
consequent upon the Inmates, being
torn away from their families and
friends. In thin ho appears to be
right, too, for there; was yesterday a
noticeable absenco of the Ill-feeling
and general unrest of two years ago
that ktook tho fqrni, at tho last leg
Ujatlvo visitation, of' numerous com
plaints, petitions, and unreasonable
requests. Yesterday there wero vir
tually no complaints made, and but
few requests, The lepers expressed
themselves as being well satisfied
with their general treatment and
this In spite of the fact that tho
members of the 1997 Lcglslaturo
when they wpnt over to the Settle
ment promised the people everything,
and then went back to Honolulu and
gave them almost nothing.
Want Moving-Picture House
incru were n rcw things that mo
people of Kalawao and Kalaupapa
asked the Senators, and Representa
tives to do for' them. Among other
tblngs, they want a movlng-plcturq
house. So great was tho Impressluu
made upon them by the moving pic
tures shown by It. K. llonlne a short
time ago that they can talk of llltla
else. The pictures gave. them. Iu a
way nothing else could, nn Idea o(
the great outsld'o world which tfioy
can never see. Tho apparatus Is now
nt tho Settlement, hut there Is nn
place In which to install It. When
flonlno gave his exhibitions tho lep
ers wero compelled to sit on the
ground In the open nlr, and tlfey nro.
not able to stand tho chilly night
nlr. So they asked tho Legislature
to provldo somo kind of n house In
which theso exhibitions may bo.gtvi
en, The Legislators were greatly Im
proved w)th tlili request and It is
probable that something will bo
rtono to pinko the granting of It pos-
The Search, for o, Cure
ui course, inere were tno usual re
quests for an Increase in the allow
ances of po nnd beef nnd things of
that kind, but these were not strong
ly pressed, and It was evident that
most of th,o people nro fairly well sat
isfied wl.th what U being "done far
The ono great thing with them Is
I he, liopo. that somehow a euro for
the,-disease that ruvages them will
bo found, And (his hope found ex
pression In, a number of ways. The
Legislators, of course, could mnke no
dcflnllq promises along this lino, but
most of them exprossed confidence
that the finding of a cure Is only A
matter of n comparatively short tlmo.
nnd pointed to tho great Federal Lop
rosarlum ,as evidence, of the Interest
In the eearch for a, euro that the
I Hulled Stales Government Is rxhlb
The visitors . wero conducted
through the buildings of the I.epro-'
sarlum, ten in number, nnd found the '
n ,...,l .. ( ...nM t . ...m., nnn.nlntn f, I., L
m-opdsed, to. treat twehty patients at,!
a. ume, nnu me most scjeiuinc aim
thorough research for tho long
sought euro 'will be made by tho foro
most scientists! o thoj world In tho
long row of buildings that stretches
for 800 feet nibiig tho bluff nboVo tho
sea Just beyond .Kalawao.
' Two public meetings wero held,
one nt Kalawao In the morning, nnd
tho other nt KaliUipnpa In the nftcr-
noon. At these meetings tho lepers
preferred their simple little requests
and tho' members of the Legislature
addressed them as- each saw lit. Most
of tho speeches we're encout aging
The excellent work being done by
Jrtck McVeigh at the Settlement so
Impressed tho legislators that n boom
wns promptly startod for McVeigh
for President of tho Hoard of Health,
dnd It 'was stnted that n resolution
will be Introduced In both Houses of
tho Legislature today asking the Gov
ernor to appoint him.
Dr. Goodhue citmo In for much
praise from everybody the sick,
tho Government officials, Ilrolhers,
Sisters, and' Legislators. He Ib un
doubtedly the best-liked man In tho
Settlement, and the hardest-worked.
Sheriff J. K. Walamaii Is also very
popular with tho sick people. He Is
no longer classed as onu of the sick
lllmself, having been rc-cxnmllicd
Inst year und discharged after he
had been compelled to spend thirteen
years In the Settlement iih u leper.
''Memories ofr Home"
A number of the party visited the
Illshop Homo for girls In thn utter
noon nnd most oLthem found It Im-
Iposslhlo to restrain their emotion
when the girls, sonio of them hnidly
mora than little tots, nil dressed up
in their little flnery n bit of lute
or n now ribbon sang for them, the
words of tho beautiful wings coming
from throats drawn with disease,
through lips puffed nnd swollen.
When they sang "Memories of Home"
some of tho visitors hastily pressed
tho Sister in Charge wiat money
they could II ml In their pockets, lo
bo expended for the benefit of thn
unfortunate children, nuil hurried
out. They. couldn't stand It; any lon
ger. Tho arrangements for tho trip, so
far as the Inter-Island Is concerned,
wero excellent. President Kennedy
himself accompanied the party nnd
aided Captain Krconinn and Purser
White In looking nftcr tho comfort of
tho guests. Tho trip was nindo In
tho Mattna Kea.
Among those who mado tho trip
wore Dr. II. SuJImoto nnd Dr. Suzuki,
surgeon general and surgeon of the
Japanese training squadron now here.
They were accompanied by II, G. K.
isomer, Hrltlsh Consul. Dr. Cooper
nnd other Honolulu physicians wero
also members of tho party, which In
cluded: 0. T. Affonso, A. S. Nnscl
monlo, W. Palkull, D. K. Kama, C.
A. Ilrown, K. Honriques, J. Clnrk, K.
Stiles, V. Lappe. G. H. Huddy, R. P.
Irwin, Geo. K. Lowe, Miss Poklnl, SI.
P. Itoblnson, D. Knlnuokulanl, Sister
Ilonedlcta, Miss ftoscbeck, Miss Vir
ginia Itodrlgues, E. A. Douthltt, 1
It, Harvey, C. J. McCarthy, 11. T.
Moore, Geo. II. Falrchlld, K.. W.
Qulnii, J. II. Wilson, H. Knhnle, T.
P. Melln, It. a. K. I-irster, W. O.
Smith, it. O. Matlieson, J. Llghtfoot,
Dr. S. E. Gibson. Dr. JV B. Frates.
Mrs. Dr. Warne, Miss May Weir, C.
II. Mcllrtdo, Isaac Cockctt, J. Naka
l'ekn, Mrs. Nakalcka, E. L. Llko, W.
H. lieers, Wm. II. McClellan, Geo. J.
O'Ncll, II. L. Kawewchl, Itev. It. Lo-
no, O. K. Killehunt M. K. Kcalawaiy
II. Van Glcson, Mr. Apau, W. Kane,
D. Nnlole, D. K. linker, P. N. Kaho
kuolunn, P. A. Victor, B. 11. Curley,
M. V. Furtndo, Podro Do Colto, D.
Kamahu. M. K. Makokau, W. K. SI
inerson, Thomas Nahlwa, Dr. J. T.
Wayson, High Sheriff Honry, Wm.
Mutch, Dr. J. C. O'Dny, P. It. llart-
Jett, T. It. Mossman, A. N. Cedarlof.
C. II. Clark, Dr. II, Suglmoto, Dr. D.
Suzuki, Miss Helen Iloso, A. M. Cn-
brlnhn, J, K. Prendergast, J. A.
Kennedy, J. C. Lowe, George C. neck-
ley, A. L. O. Atkinson, Dr. C, II.
Cooper, Jack Lucas, Dnvld Notley, W.
J, Coelho, Melo Unea, Pu Unen, Ud-
lllmnle Kaauwal, MrB. J. AJir-Jo, J.
Ki, Kiimnnoulu, Mrs. KJimanoulu,
Mrs. Stephen Muhauli;. ii. m. Knniim
Mrs. Knnlho, Mks Ah OI. n. t. ir Vn.!
wnhliic, itev. J, Knllno, M. do Coto,
a. m. I'oopoo, nnd As S. DIub.
William Garrett of Portland, bro
wns-killed nt Hot Springs, Ark., by
Harry English, a hotelkocpcr, In n fight
over u small terrier dog. , Oanott's
dog attacked English und a fight fol
lowed. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Taka Laxative Brom Quinina.
Tablets. All druggists jefurid
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature' is on
PAWS MEDICINE CO, St. LouU. U. a A,
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to vour advantage. T.nnV
it UP.. DQITrNOW.
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By Lydia E; Pinkham's
Gardiner, Malne.-I"l havd been a
great suuerij irony organic troubles
weakness. T Ii o
have to -go to the
hospital for an
oiHjmtlon, but I
could nut bear to
think of it. 1 (lc
riilert to try I.ytUa
anil wag cntlrclj
rllrtul nfhir ,1trn,.
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ly from roots nnd herbs, a fair trial.
This famous medicine for women
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mony to tho wonderful virtue ot J.ydla
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It cures female Ills, and creates radi
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