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Now On Sale
A trial glass is its best
In pursuance of. (he provisions of
Act 101, session Laws of 1907, en
titled: AN' ACT
To Protect tlie Owners of Dottles
nnd Siphons used in the. Manufac
ture and Sale of Soda Waters, Mln.
cial or Aerated Waters, Porter,
Alo, lleor. Cider, Ginger Ale, or
which wns npproved and hec.imo law
on April 25, 1907,
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., hereby
gives notice that it has filed a de
Kcilptlon of said devices with the
Treasurer of tho Territory of Hawaii
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nnd that nil bottles having Impressed ' brief essays ono on Jesus, ono on
upon them the marks nnd dovlceslthe Origin of tho Gospels, nnd ono
hereinafter described nre Its nroDer
if' ty, that nil persons telling, buying,
',. ' or otherwise dlsnosintr or traffic!;-
Ing In any bottles bo marked will bo
prosecuted In accordance with law. I
Dovlcos nnd marks nre as follows:
No. 1 Flint, Squaie Taper, Gin
Dottles, about 14 ounces capacity,
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., Hono
lulu, blown on side of bottle.
No. 2 Round, Amber, Whiskey
Hollos, fives. W. C. Peacock & Co.. I
Ltd.. Wlno & Llnuor Merchants. Ho-
nolulu. and monocrnm of W. C. p. &'
Co., Ltd., blown on side of bottlo.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.. LTD.
by It. J, I1UCHLY,
President nnd Manager.
April 19th. 1909.
429121, 2S; May 5.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Hamakua & South Kohala Telegraph
&. Telephone Company
At tho legulur annual nicotine; of
tho Hamakua & South Kohala Tele
graph & Telephone Company, hold
April 10, 1909, at Honokaa, the fol
lowing officers woro elected to Borve
for the ensuing year:
Win. Horner - President
L. S. Aunirst Vice President
A. B. Lindsay Auditor
J. Pritchard . , . Secty. and Treasurer
K. S. Ojerdrum, J, Q. Jones, Jas.
J. P. PRITCIIARU,
4295-3t So -Trcn uior.
1S5 ""editorial rooms 2?tG bjtl
nets office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
jjay'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin. .
All owners of Jewelry which was
left with tho lato THOMAS LIND
SAY for lepalrs, are notified thai nil
such articles hnve been deposited at
Hie store of M. H. Counter, Fort
Street, for delivery, nnd collection of
charges. Any of such articles re
maining undeltvcieU nnd unpaid for
on June 1st, 1909, will bo sold.
MARGARET I SMITH,
Temp. Admx. Est. Thomas Lindsay.
Tho world's greatest thinkers near
ly nil disagree with tho Church. You
should know their beliefs. Three
'nn fMirlKtlnnltv will ph'A vnn thn
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net results of modern scholarship and
Inspiration. Prlco 12c. Send dlmo
nnd stamp to
THE SCHOOL OF TRUTH,
J. J. Hyruo, for eight years em
ployed by tho Metropolitan Meat
Company, Limited, ns Its colloctor,
"ns established a collection ngency
"t Room 11 Campbell block, Mcr-
chant direct, Honolulu. Reference
O. J. Waller.
FUNERAL OF CHINA'S
Tho Chlnc'o Consul has received u
cablegram fiom his Government that
tho funeral of HU late Majesty
Kwong Suy will take place from tho
Impel Inl Palaco In Peking on Satur
day, May 1. In commemoration
thoieof tho flag of tho local consul
ate will bo hnlfmasted. As a mark
of comtesy nnd honor tho represent
atives of tho foiolgn nations and
many foreign princes will attend tho
funorul of tho King at tho palace.
Tho Yokohama Specie Rank, Ltd.,
with head olllco In Yokohama, Japan,
will prolialil) establish a branch office
III Mexico, where tho Japaucso nic
N. Iwaynna rnprosontlng the Sppclo
Iimk In Yokohama win i tliroush pas-
n'liger ill Urn llnor Tanja Mini which
left hi'f yestord ly fore loon Hu U
going to Mexico to vlio up tTio situu
Hun wllli n vluw of establishing n
branch ollleo there.
IMANUAHI FOR ALL
50th Day Afternoon Session
It's nil over but tho shouting. Tho
cnptalns nnd tho hosts depart to
night, for nt 12 o'clock midnight tho
Legislature of 1909 will adjourn
sine die, leaving behind it a record
better than that of Its predecessors,
con though tlicro Is still much room
The loose ends wero gathered up
yesterday afternoon In tho House nnd
the work of tlio session concluded,
with the exception of a few possible
disagreements with the Semite over
ccrtnln measures, which will have to
bo patched today, nnd tho considera
tion of possible vetoes )ct to como
from the Gocrnor. Thero wns only
ono thing jesterdny that everybody
was anxiously waiting for tho Gov
ernor's action on the Appropriation
Hill. It was known dowustnlrs that
Ills Excellency wns woiklng In his
pilvnte ofllce over the Appropriation
Hill; that he had his coat off and
his sleeves up, nnd the gencrnl sus
picion was that he was not doing a
thing to the bill but using the blue
pencil on It. All Hurts of confer
ences were going on between tho
Governor nnd tho financiers of tho
Territory nnd of the Legislature, and
It will not be surprising If, when
the bill comes back to the Legisla
ture, It looks like the proof of a gal
ley of typo set up by tho "dovll" In
H country newspaper office nftcr tho
pioofrender getB thiougli with It.
The expected and Inevitable "ma
nuwahl" i evolutions wre brought
In yesterday afternoon. There seems
to be tho notion nt every session of
tho Legislature that tho overpaid
and underworked officers of tho Houso
ought to bo given a iilci little lump
of spending money at the end of the
session to pay them for their strenu
Nawahlne It was who sprung the
resolutions yesterday, Intodudng two
carrying nn nggicgato of $150 for
inanuwnhl. The scrgeant-nt-arms,
whose principal duties have consisted
In lllllng the Spenker's rose-Jar with
floweis nbout once a week, distribut
ing blllsonce or twlco a day, carrying
nn orcnslonnl message, fetching the
Speaker's cough medicine and cigar
ettes, all for the miserable pittance
of (10 n day. Surely ho ought to
get tho extra $50 that Nawahlne pro.
poses to give him.
And the Janitor why, lie gots
only $200 for tho session, nnd he has
to sweep out the legislative hall once
a day. Of course, tho Houso might
havo got a Japanese to do the job
for $20 a month, but a Japanese has
no vote, so such a thing would be
unthlnknblc. Tho fnct that tho Jan
itor's chief labors havo consisted In
warming a chair most of tho day Is
Mirely no reason why he shouldn't
receive tho $20 extra pay It Is pio
posed to glvo him.
Tho messenger, too, comes In for
$20 mnnuwnhi, If Nnwnhlne'g icso
lutlon goes through. In view of the
fact that it took such hard work to
persuade Mr. Apao to accept thn le
sponslble position, and that he final
ly sacrificed himself on tho nltnr of
patriotism nnd consented to serve his
country, the Houbo should hnvo no
hesitation in making him n fnrewoll
picsent of twenty simoleona.
The interpreter comes In for $C0,
according to the tormB of the resolu
tion. He Is the one who Is piobably
most entitled to It, for he really has
done extrn work, and, besides, his
labors have been the most arduous
of anybody's. The House tnlks all
the time, and ovc'rythlng tho honor
ablo and eloquent members Bay ho
has to translate, .bo none of their
words of wisdom will bo lost.
The lesolutlons wero referred to
the Committee on Public Expendit
ures and Accounts.
Tho Besslon was a sleepy one. Two
honorable members slept serenely,
and several times the Speaker was
obliged to send the Borgeant-at-nrms
to nrouso Hlhlo, who was sleeping
On recommendation of the Health
and Police Committee, Senate Hill
141, providing for tho assessment of
property benefited by tho Honolulu
Bower Hystoni, wns tabled. No ex
planation was made.
A resolution wns Introduced by
Mnkekau, and ndoptcd by tho House,
that tho Printing Committee be au
thorized ta order the printing nnd
binding of 300 pamphlets containing
the proceedings In connection with
tho nddrpsi hut Monday of Hon. C.
W. FalrbntikB, the address to bo
tialielatcd Into Hawaiian.
Tho Health and Police Commlttco
rendered Its final report on tho sev
cial public health Institutions which
HONOLUL0, T. H WEDNESDAY, APIl. 28, 1009
It has visited. Tho report In part
Your Health nnd Police Commlttco
has made Its accustomed inspection
of the several Institutions of this
Territory whero the public health
is concerned nnd which como under
Its sphere of ln estimation. It has
visited the following places:
Tho Knlihl Receiving Station.
This place needs attention In the
matter of Improvements but they
have already been piovldcd for In
Act 81 that hns been passed by this
Your committee, In order to satis
fy Itself ns to the respective merits
of the several courses of treatment
now under wny, and In which tho
general public Is deeply Interested,
visited tho stntton on two separate
occasions, once on the Gth of InBt
month and again on tho 23d of this
It has made Inquiries of tho pa
tients themselves and from Its ob
servations on the second visit Is sat
isfied that tho patients undergoing
the Chlnoga treatment by Dr. Hrlnck
erhoff, nnd nlso the patient under
Dr. Wnyson's treatment, show somo
Improvement. With legard to the
others under Dr Atchcrley wo could
nut notice any change In tho condi
tion. It must, huwetcr, be ndmlttcd
that tho time between the two visits
Is too short for ur committee to
come to a posltho decision,
The Insane Ayutu. Thero are
two matters that need tho attention
of the Hoard of Health: Ono Is to
provide whlto nurses for white wom
en, and the other is to remove tho
wntchmnn's bell, which tolls out tho
hours of the night, to somo place
where It will not disturb the sleep
of the' patients.
Some comment hns goho abroad
with regard to the custom of nllow
Ing tho men employed by the Hoard
to use tho Government fumigating
apparatus for disinfecting purposes
which do not come under the duties
of the Hoard of Health, nnd making
their own chnrges for the work Inde
pendent of tho Hoard. Your com
mittee finds that theso men worked
In their own time, after-hours, and
on Sundays, fumigating places where
glanders had jappcarcd, nnd ridding
other places of fleas nnd bedbugs,J
nnu innt mey uscu ineir own ma
terial for tho purpose. Although wo
do not see an thing actually wrong
In the mntor,et have suggested to
tho President' of the Hoard a discon
tinuance of th'o custom so far ns tho
men, working tindenlt nro concerned.
Delegate Kuhto Is not on board tho
Alameda, which an Ives hero Friday.
Ho Is at tho Hotel Stewart In San
John Colburn Is tho authority for
this, but Colburn does not know any
thing about Kuhio's candidacy for the
Despite nil tho denials nnd tho sup
positions tho story will not down that
Dclcgato Kuhlo Is to bo named as tho
Governor of tho Territory when Judgo
Dolo ictlios from the redefal bench
nnd Governor Frear goes over to tho
Judiciary building aguln. It Is asseit-
ed that Judgo Dolo would much prefer
being off the bench than on It, nnd his
extended vacation is accepted by those
claiming to be Informed as the signal
that ho will retl'ro on his laurels It
Frcar can bo named In his place, ill
thqiigh Haitwcll would llko very much
to bo the Federal Judgo.
(Continued from Pare 1)
the administration desires, Finan
cial safety and stability Ecem to ro
qulro that tho amount appropriated
in the bil in question should bo ro
duced to nn nppreclnblo extent at
least In oider to Justify turning over
to tho Counties considerable addi
tional revenue. It Is difficult to de
termine whch Items may best be dis
pensed with nnd I have concluded to
voto those mentioned only nftcr most
careful consideration nnd 111 somo
cases with great regret that nnnnclal,
comlltlons oblige mo to take Hits
Tho 'Item for the salary of the
Deputy High Sheriff and clork may
well bo omitted on Its own merits as
being unnecessary now that tjio du
ties of (he High Sheriff have been
gicatly educed by the transfer of
Jails and misdemeanant prisoners to
' tho enre of 'the Counties and In view
of tho proposed policy of relieving
him for the most pntt of tho duty of
seivlng piocess for tho couits by
loivlng that duty to the County
iHbuilffs, whero It moie properly bu-
In the Treasury Department, tho
Item for tho salary of tho bookkeep
MRS. r. CARR.
MRS. F. CARR, Vlneland, Ont,
Can., -writes I
"For soveral years 1 was afflicted with
catarrh, whkh made life a burden.
Tho coughing ani hacking which ac
companied the disease was terrible.
"Tho complaint finally extended to
tho stomach and I was In a wretched
"I tried dlllerent remedlca and the
best professional treatment all In vain.
"Finally, as a last resort, 1 tried Pe-
runs upon the recommendation of my
sister In Hamilton.
"I could see steady improvement and
after using four bottles of that proclous
medlclnol was feeling well again, my
old tronblo being complotoly a thing of
"To-day I would not take ono thous
and dollars for what this grand medi
cine has dons for mo."
Peruna Is a universally recognized
catarrh remedy. It will relieve catarrh
in its most obstlnato form.
Th following wholesale drucsUt
will supply tho retail tra-le:
Denson, Smith & Co., Hawd
er and deputy Insurance commission
er is wio only ono thnt enn safely bo
dispensed with under tho wording of
tho appropriation bill.
Under the Uurcau of Taxes, Third
Taxation Division, thero is no occa
sion for the separate Item for the
snlnry of the clerk nnd Interpreter.
That division may well be placed on
tho Bamo stntuB In this respect as tho
Under tho Public Works Depart
ment, the Items for Inndlngs nt Ma-
hukonn nnd Hnnnlel nro somewhat
exceptional In this appropriation bill
nnd might better, in view of the fin
ancial situation, have been put In n
loan bill. They are less needed than
landings at eomo other noints. Tlinm
Bcems to be no urgent reason for se
lecting these two places in particu
lar. Other equally or more Impor
tant Items remain unprovided for
through tho fnlluie of tho loan bill.
Under tho Hoard of Health, tho pol
icy has been adopted by tho legislature
of turning over hospitals to tho cotin
ties nnd thero nppears to bo no suffl
rlent reason why tho hospitals ut Wal
luku and Hllo should not bo bo turned
over nt the beginning of tho period as
well ns six montliB later. There will
be uniplo time to mnko tho necessary
Much can bo Bnld ngalnst dispensing
with tho Item Tor tho queen's Hospital.
and it id With erunt i-n!tt.tn,nn 1.n 1
veto this; but If tho Territorial expend-
iiuruB aro 10 do Kept within tho rovu
niies, It Is neccssnry to omit Bomo
Items nnd this Is ono of thoso which
may moat appropriately bo omitted,
not Indeed with tho Idea that that hos
pltal should ceaso receiving govern
ment aid, but with tho Idea that tho
City and County or Honolulu should
furnish such aid. Tho additional rove
niio which thnt city and county will
lecclvo during tho next biennial period
In excess of what It has received dur
ing tho cuirent period will far exceed
tho amount of Its Increased expend!-'
tuics, Including this Item, occasioned
by laws passed nt tho presont Besslon.
mid that city and county Is In a far
better fluanolnl nltuntinn .. .,.. .1 ,i.i
aid than Is tho Territory,
uiiuvr mo judiciary Department, tho
Hem which mnv lnt ha .ita..n..art.i ...hi.
I .1 . .. " v UtOlMJlIDCU Willi
is that for the salaries of threo clorks
A. . '" II10 cnilrt room ""id clerks'
offlcoJn tho first circuit court. Thoro
Is Indeed no necessity for this Item.
Although thero Is loss business In that
court now than thero wns for some
lears recently, this legislature has In
tho bill -now in question given that
coiut ono additional dlerk for the
clerks office nnd has increased the
Th?. nnm ihr,eo,ot, ltB Interpreters.
Thla additional clerk nnd the nvo In-
orpreters, who havo much Bparo tlmo.
may easily render tho services Intend
ed to bo porformed by theso threo
assistant clerks whoso duties nio In
tended to bo mainly thoso of balltfTa.
but If not, additional assistance may
bo furnished by tho City and County
1 ".Ti1"1"' ono of ie duties of whoso
klierlff Is. by express pioWslon In tho
jclrlcy,rcourC"m' "' nt,en" lho
Tho Itoni for tho sahry of the A-
elitant Clerk of lho Fouitl, circut
I Court 1111V IllKn Im ,llo, ,..,. .,.1 ...,., ...
out rilppllng tho work of that court.
Tho question Is not what. Is doHlred,
but what Is necessary In vlow of tho
OUR MR. BRASCH will leave on
Monday likt for NEW
YORK, LONDON and PARIS, and
will be pleased to fill any special
orders entrusted to him.
Is Not Yet
Govornor Frear this morning -f
-f mode tho positive statement that f
ho had not urrjved nt any deel-
f Blon with regard to tho appoint- -f
f ment of a successor to Treasurer
: Campbell, who foiled for confirm-
ntlon at tho hands of tho Scnnte.
f "Will you send down tho nnmo
f of a Treasurer this afternoon?"
f wns tho direct question put to tho
f "I shall do so If I am ablo to
4- nrrlvo at a decision In the mat-
f "Then you havo not decided up-
on a successor to Treasurer
f "I havo not."
Tho Governor did not volunteer
any further Information on tho
F. N. Booth, of C. II. Hofgaard &
Co., Kauai, was suddenly called to Ho
nolulu yesterday by a wlreleBS stating
that Mrs. Uooth.was seriously 111.
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of Superior Quality
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Governor Frcar will send down lho
Appropriation bill tho first thing this
afternoon. Just what chango ho has
made In It, will of course not bo
known until ,tho accompanying incs
sago Is read, hilt It Is understood that
several Items hnvo been vetoed,
Tho rumor that His Excellency
would "pocket veto" tho entire bill
was set at rest this morning by tho
statement of the Governor that ho
would not do bo, and thnt ho was pre
paring to send tho bill, with his mes
sage, down to tho Legislature.
NMeasles On Cruiser. Norfolk, Va.,
April 14. An epidemic of measles In
tho United States training station at
St. Helena, with an outbreak of tho
Bame disease aboard tho United 8tatcs
auxiliary cruiser Pralrlo will delay for
twenty days at least the transporta
tion of from 1G00 to 1800 seamen to
Panama en routo to tho Philippines.
D. L. Wlthlngton, attorney for tho
Gas Company, Btates that no ono from
tho company asked Senator Qulnu or
nnyono clto to oppose tho "gas resolution."