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nVRMIS'O tiUIXnTIN, HONOLULU, T 1l, WKDNKSDAY, MAY ft, 1009.
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AILYnd WEEKLY Published b j BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu. Territory of Hawaii
Bail; trery day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of cack wttk.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESJ.
VVnllnuo R. Frrlnjton, - Editor
UBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IK ADVAHCX.
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l'nUuattet,niiulitrltil'S . J.imi Pet Vnt, nrlwra In U 8 I.ihi
IVt mt, Hiihete InU S M.oo Pel Year, anywhere Iti Cn'U .. I.fto
Per Veilt, il.i,l, hitciRtl I2.no IVt Yeat InntpMd, loitun 3.m
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rT"x I Editorial Rooms, - 185
I l.JBuslness Office, - 256
Entered at the rostoflicc l Honolulu
m tecoiul clan nutlet
Business men of Honolulu will put
money In their own and their com
munity's purse when they throw all
tlieir influence of finance and agita-
tion for nn increased number of The Cii nnd Comity of Honolulu
American steamships with passenger should pioride ror its imiiKcnt sick at
accommodations plying between this , (j,-8 hospital. The matter mi
port and the Pacific Coast. Thus will ,,, , muro ,ir8,mK.t than the
they serve the progress of this city ,in .r m.n to eaie for Kick mem
and reciprocate in some mca-.ur for hers , r i,i family,
the great benefits this Tcrritcry de-, nut ilio management of tin- lioxpltnl
rives from the protective policy. shonh.' be hucIi at will i educe to a
" "" minimum the pnsslbllltj or lopt-ntlng
WhaV, tl.o us.) of boosting for tlie ,,, ,llc(lcm ro,,orll.,, , ,hu mwr
navy .....1 knocking tlic mcrcliant tun-,,, , ,,, ,(J , lwtfltaii thcre ,,,..
r ' clnicd ilnmk ninl rcturnoil to tlio po-
, ", , ". , ' llct- slnUou, to die.
Times change w hen Kwu takes sec-, ,, ,, , ,,.,,,., .,
. , .7 , . ,, Mr. Cailer In his talk liefore Hie
""" """ "" ",w ' '" """l,m,lm, In., ..l in...... Willi
Mayor Fern's Rood word for "Moth
er's l)a" Is timely, Wheio Is llm
limn, womnu or child who can be l.i
different to this c.ttl.
Isn't It nluiosl time for Honolulu to.
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tl II '"Jit b IIIV IVIIIIWI J 411111 IV tit 11 ,
what sort of n land this M K""'10 "f ,hl8 Cl,y nnd Co"n,'- b"
far as our local appropriations nro ion-
Tlio Alameda left this port with :i rill,l "'f' ro t provide for rcul
imnibcr of staterooms vacant. So thu 'cll", (,r ,lll, Island. Conscnueiilly the
miironneir ntnry can't lie worked o.vl',,al reasonable melliod of linmlllim
cept as the usiiil pkee or licllon. ,l10 'luestlon seems In be the establish-
t-t rrr I "i'"iit by the Hospital or u per diem
Hiiccosiif the school baseball leaRiie ' " fr dty patients. Tlio city author
Is one of this season's satisfactory! !"' "lil . llli,ku B"cl1 ru,;H f,,r
feiit'nres. A four-cornered leacuo ol ' dmlsslon of patients as will make the
this character can stir tin enlhuslasm nstltutlon freo to the Indigent sick
Tlio out lit that lulls lis II. IK to lln
mast lieailiiK the legend "I'.itiiollsm Is!
Inmcoinb" could not ho expected to
assist In tlio upbiiildint; of anything
American.' .' '
lu jet it Utile while tlio price of
bread will reminil the people that Ihe
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MKni'ii'in ill mi; .iin-.ii ill iiie lln linn 11 j
In need of (oeriimeut legululion as
1'iof. I'lckerlni; sas it should bo
possible tn communicate Willi Ihe peo
ple of MnrH uoxt July, if they can lie
made to understand Scientists ill-
wiijK Ikuo ii smliiK clause.
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imu i nirgei nun mo city oi uono t " - ' - "
lulu has u brighter prospect toda ;r""" oer-eonIMnce or poor Judgment
than Ii has cer known. Oocrnmeiu l a" htimuii probiblllly the sugar
work alouo tlioul.l keci It hiiinmliiBihcho,,,,1 ,m '"" ''l' t'lie'l v.'lth.
nnd add sleudlly to tho most desirable ! 1,,lt ll,at B "ot ""'J' -'hedulo this
population. I Territory Is Intertilled 111, If the pro-
I gram for diversification Is to amount
liming had considerable practice ln'to anything mom than u medium for
local management this city uud the picturesque prediction and ubtiso.
counties thoiild not cxiierlenco nn fronted that the status of sugar li
tlllllcultlei In the assumption of ncwi"1'"-''!. It Is or the utmost Import
duties that will dcwilvo on them after iiinco ,hat n""'lu protection should be
the last dny in June.
Hllo refuses to smieudor tn Its fight
for n county engineer. SilpervUoi'h
who stiiiiil out against Ihe moemeiit
must expect lo get nil that aggressho
men ran lietivo ut them, ami permanent tnnrc. of the men who consider the
lutlicineiit to private lire. coastwlso shipping laws a part ami
i i Ipnicel of llio piotectlve policy.
Secretary of Agrlcultuio Wilson How foolish Is It therefore to pur
Kays n fictitious price has been creal sue a campaign locally that cannot fall
til for wheat and tho farmers me not t to antngoulzo the very people on whom
the beneficiaries. Yet tho farmers and Ihe successful continuance of u sec
the peoplo who pay tho high price foi nndnry Industiy depends. What foils
bread are still iinnhlu to get togelher
iiiul stop the thief.
The cablegram announcing that
Standard Oit has leduced the pilco of
oil ip cents a barrel means thut
Siamlaid Oil has reduced by five rents
n ban el thoplrlco It pay a the producer
for ciinio pll It is nn error to bup
jkjbo Unit Standard Oil loses unylhlug
when It reduces n price.
Willie tin. tariff Is under discussion
lu Congiefcs and Hawaii's future iros
porlly depends on the maintenance of
tho prottciINe stludulos, It Is mighty
poor business for those- whose fiiluro
depends on piolecllon to Im agltallng
for the suspension of tint eoastwlso
shipping law, u piotecllon iiieasuie
"Wo bellovo that the cliiiichns
shuuld rnrry regular siiaco in the news
papers, mlvcrtlso Ihelr services ami
seek to attract nil who might bo lut
oslcd. Wo rcullio tho power of ad
vciilslng when u re rival campaign Is
on, nnd If It Is n power on special oc
fcRBloi)i It should bo n good thing to
advertise regulnrly." Itov. D fileun
MnnrtrbPfnreTmtnr rroBbylerlau Mill
isteilul Asboclutlon of ritUburg, .
MAY 5, 1009
SUEEN'S HOSPITAL AND THE
I Ut.- .-. ,. ..lO. ..ll..n ,.,',... .1...
alined to dlcicdlt the facts published
In this paper. The upshot of Ids re
I marks to state the samo thing l.i
other word. Of course iuipllal sur
geons ma lie decehed, but when a
life may he at slnko they can well n(
foul to err on the sldo of extreme care
Honolulu must now view the Qucoii'j
Hospital mill In its relation to the
1 lopcrly vouched for. And under tliU
plan of operation all other Comities
would be free to use the hospital under
the same terms.
Honolulu inlnht lie called selfish, but
there Is no reason why this city should
'spend a lump sum for the treatment
of the poor fiom all Islauils when Ihe
other Counties are iimpl) ublo to caio
for their own.
THE TARIFF BILL AND COAST
! The marked confidence of the people
'or Hawaii in the outcome of tariff hg
llslullou III fnngrirs Is a bountiful thing
I to contemplate when H does not h-id
Illi.tiii t,i f.iimiiill n.d iif fullv i-ianltlm. '
ghen Ihe ilneapie Industry, To so
cure this Hawaii uiiist bring to Its siii
poit every Influence it can muster
from nmoi'g tlio piolcctlou forces of
Congress and pirtlcularly tint Sennlu.
' It must gain the ucllxe support, for In
to usk the I'acirtc Coast delegation to
work tally and Into for a proper tariff
on pineapples, and nt tho same time
carry on nn antagonistic campaign loc
ally thiough an agitation for tho sus
pension ot the coastwlso shipping law
The response niny bo the coastwise
thlpplng law and tho plucappla tariff
mo two illffcicut propositions.
Has Senator I'erklns said that? Ami
Is Senator I'erklns not expected to
help out tho pineapple men?
Our peoplo will do well lo give the
tariff sltuntlon and all that bears on it
more serious thought. Not n few nro
conducting thomselvcs as If the tariff
discussion would soon bo nt nn end and
tlio bill passed ns suits Hawaii's de
sldes. Wo hope this view of It Is cor
net, but tho following Is what a lie
publican Senator said when Inter
lowed by tlio Chrngo Dally News:
"In my Judgment llio consideration
of tho tariff hill In tho Sonnto Is like
lv to bo prntruclcil until tho mlddlo of
June When tho House had the bill
under consideration llio country undo
l.minn its objections by an uppo.il in
tin" Kenatri for lemedj Kery Snnitor
knows how great that appeal wan. Af
ter looking oer thu Henato bill I mi
liclpulu tlmt tho (.ouiilry will bo nblo
KjM-i.. y rjir'.. fclQi
Homes for Sale
New 5-room house, College
Hills, on car line: modern im
provements. Price $3,400.
2 lots, each 75x200; one
half block from car line. Price
Trent Trust Company, Ltd.
to make a plausible case nt the WbP'
House that we have the Dlnnlr ! '
on our bauds again. In that cent il
nuniLer of confeiencos between lie
l'lesldelit and the Senate lenders will
be necessary, and I expert to see .
number of hitches before nn nsreemeni
Is leached Meantime the debate In
the Suiate will no on, largely nbiim
nothing. The Democrats will inaki a
fake flKht ngalnst Ihe bill. Personam
I believe Congress will he lucky to in i
away from Washington bj Inly 1."
WII.I. 1112 8R.NT TO WASIIIMI-'
TON' Sacrnlncnto, Apill Ii- Cm
crnor (Illicit honored a requisition
today from the governor of VnMi-1
Ington for the return to Hint stale of
M. J. Murflcb, who Is an used of cm
bcz7lcmcnt. Murflrh Is In jail at
I'ohit Ulclimond. '
IIOI.1.KU KILLS l'AHM KMI'LOYK
Woodland, April ".' H. Knollc.i
nn eniplnjp on tlio !' I'h farm, north
west of this city, v.. killed today,
while driving a he:it Miller through
u beet Held. He fell fiom tho sent
and the toller passed oxer his body.'
IIANKCIt KNHOWfl JUWISII
SCHOOLS Clnclnnntl, Ohio, April
22. .Inroli H. Schlrf of New York has
donated $100,000 for Ihe establish
ment of two iioiiual schools to trnln
Jewish Sabbath school teachers. One
school will bo located In Cincinnati
and the other In Now York.
185 editorial rooms 250 busl.
neas office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office. i
New Bungalow, Manoa
Valley. Two bed-rooms,'
New Five-Room Cottage,
with one acre of land, border
ing on Kalihi Stream. Price
Furnished Cottage, Waikiki
Furnished Cottage, Penin
sula, Waterhouse Trust
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
HOUSES TO LET.
Fort it., 2 B. R $ 8.00
Kaimuki, 2 B. R. . . . 10.00
Bccklcy st . 2 B. R . . 16.00
Fort st., 2 B. R .... 15.00
Kniliavc.. 2 B. R.... 18.00
Pacific Heights ltd., 2
B. R. ...... 22.00
Elm at., 3 B R 25.00
Makikist 3B, R. .. 25.00
Magazine st. 2 B. R.. 27.50
Makee Rd.. 2 B. R. . . 30.00
Bates St., 3 B. R . . 37.50
College Hills. 2 B.R.. 45.00
Diaond Head, 4 B, R. 60.00
Waikiki, 2BR 50.00
Young st 2B. R....$ 30.00
Spencer St., 2 B. R... 35.00
Bcrctania St., 2 B. R. . 35.00
Manoa Road, 2 B. R. . 37.50
Manoa Road, 2 B, R. . 40.00
Kalakaua ave., 4 B. R- .50.00
Fort St., 3B. R 50.00
Kinnu st., 5 B. R...- G0.00
Alcxnndcr st., 3 B. R. GO.OO
Diaond, 7 B. R 75.00
Emmast, IBB 100.00
MEALS THAT ARE
AT PRICES THAT ARE
MAltEE ROAD, opposite
Makee Island Afine house
of six rooms, with two bed
rooms and a modern stablo
adj'oining. Splendid location,
, convenient to the cars,
A modern 12-room house,
with six bedrooms; just the
thing for a summer residence.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
WOMEN'S FORWARD MOVEMENT.
Kverv woman lu Honolulu connect
ed lu nny way with Central Union
chinch or Its Work Is earnestly re
(luesled to be present In tho Parish
House tomorrow, Thursday, morning at
10 o'clock, Tho Ladles' Society will
have chargo nnd tho pastor, I)r, Scud
tier, will spenlc with reference to plans
that have been slowly maturing In
mind a number of tho loaders of tho
society feel that Ihe time lias coino to
piirii tho Interests ot tho women of
the church and therefor tho Pastor has
been usked to consult yllh them In re
gard to a now movement. A full meet
Ins-' U expected.
D5JT" BULLETIN ADS PAY -
Made to Order
We have just installed a
machine for making cloth
covered buttons in sizes from
18 to 30 from any material.
Great Progress Is Shown
About Eleele And
(Special to the II ill I et In)
May I. Tho modernised Hlcclo land
lug has been renamed l'ort Allen, n
more taking title.
Tho American-Hawaiian steamer
Mlssourlnn cleared from Port Allen on
Sunday afternoon with n full loud of
Jlcllryde nnd Mnkawcll sugar for New
York vln Tehiiantepcc.
J. I. Sllva, tlio popular Klcelo mer
chant, is moving his mercantile store
to another corner of the same black
ljb ocucples nt present, lu order to en
large the buildings to suit the demands
of n growing business.
The new ling polo presented tho
Knunl Hallway Co, by W. A. Kinney
has beciucrcctcd and ghes tho water
front another finishing touch.
.1. I. Sllva Is holding n elenrnnco sale,
n temporary temple having bcetrcrecl-
cd for the purpose of giving tho people
the advantage of bargains.
ltobcrt Cation, hend of tho firm of
Catton, Nell! & Co., Is visiting i:icclo
and Wohlawn this week, ns the guest
of Manager Stodart,
J. C. Mourn, who Is "Charge do Af
faires" of the coming Corpus Clirlstl
festlnl to bo had nt the Hlcelo Cath
olic chinch, Is said to bo planning for
a grand show. The booth nnd fair ar
rangements will eclipse nil those of
funncr Holy Ohost roasts.
Upwnid of 100,000 bags of .Mnkawcll
nnd McUrydo sugar aw nits shipment nt
A duo baud Is the latent addition to
tho ninny enterprises centered about
thu Knluhon homesteads. With Ml.
John do Cnmbrn Jcrvcs ns loader It Is
forging ahead, nnd tho boys hnvo done
so well that they hao started out serf-
nndlng. It Is Intended for them In
play for tho Koloa, Klccle, and Wal-
moa Holy Clhost festivals this year.
II, Clin lick, for ncnily leu yeirrB
wntrhman of tho Hawaiian Sugar Co.'s
Hnnnpcpo ditch, was given a farewell
feast by his friends of' Mnkawcll uud
Wnhlawn last week prior to his do
partttru for Honolulu, where ho In
tends settling down to enjoy the fruits
of his haul-earned savings.
Tho Koloa police under Deputy 11.
Illakc, made a successful rnd on n
Japancso moonshiner Inst week at Wn
Ijlawn nnd landed him with more than
two gallons of oknlchao nd somo indo
:jud primitive! brewing nppiralus.
UAL MTATE TRADUCTIONS.
Entered for Record May 3, 19(59,
from 10:30 a. m, to 4:30 p. m.
Joe Lillian to V Klnmp Agrml
Sjeo Lln to Mini Tuk Chco ........ L
Annie K Hnrt ct nl by Itcgr... Notice
Mokunhl to John Kuhalahaln I)
Heniy H Cooper nnd wf to Carolina
1 II Gurrey II
Aknna to Paul Ilurtels Tr IIS
Lnu Moil to Yung Ylio US
Ocnr, lousing & Co by Trs to Solo
mon Mnlhods ot al I)
Solomon Mathers and wf et al to LI
llanot L Cooko , M
13 Kaxon Dlsliop nnd wf to John T
Entered for Record May 4, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m, to 10:30 a. m.
V O Aiken and wf to Maul Jaind &
n It Co Ltd I)
James Ako and wf to Frank It
APACHKS KLKCT NEW CHIEF--Lawton,
Okla., April 22. Asa, son of
Who, was today elected chief of tho
Apncho Indians, to suocecd Gcionl
mo, tho noted warrior, who died last
A NEW STOCK PE
New assortments in silver
and German silver purses and
wrist-bags at reasonable prices
See our new line. We know
we can please you,
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
PE-RU-NA PROMPTLY RELIEVES
A Case of Dreadful Suffering Which
Had Continued For Months.
AnAcevtnt of a Ktmmiablt Ktecvery Given By Mr.Atfrtd W'oeJ, Ttathifef
a J'rimte School ht Jjxuncesloit, Tatmania.
MR. AND MflS.
Mr. AirrpilWon.1. wlio has nurlvalo
ceslon, Tasmania (Australia), has boon a teacher for .17 years under lho
lMucatlonsl Department of Tasmania, lie writes, concerning his wlfo's caso, ,
as follows t
"My wife was suffering for monlhj
up by Jicr medical attendant,
"til- i-nivl fortune I was induced to
fnltvstato that from tho first doro Iier
taking 11 vo bottles tno is permanently
H6V docs Vermin call out such testi
monials as above recited?
Ily simply arousing tho forces of
A'jfirtt t throw off the diseased action.
rcruna contains no mnglo and docs
not operato In any mysterious way, but
It does help Nature to combat disease,
and thus many times comes to tho rc
cuo of tho patient In somo Important
There Is always a tlmo In tho courso
of any illoait) when a lltlld help goes a
Just as tho scales nro beginning to do
scend, when ono onnro moro would do
lormlno thofatoof tho pr.tlcnt, a little
lift will turn tho scales la favor of tho
Verona is a handy medicine to havo
1 1 holps many dlioasos by Imparting a
natural vigor to thu wholo system.
As ntonlo or catarrh remedy, its repu
tation Is well established all over tho
Th ftjltowlntr wkolenli drug-
win ripply fhs-r.utr ira
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.,
Wc have the finest and most com
plete line of mouldings in Honolulu.
Ready-made frames in wood nnd
metals all sizes and prices.
We do only the best class of work.
, " i
Fort St., opposite W. G. Irwin & Co.
Phone 281. i
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per- Year
school at 2 Frederick street, Mum-,
frota ca!tro-cntcrItlf and was given,
try rernr.ain her case, and I can truth-
dreadful suffering ceadj and after j
As n romedv for stomach and bowel
cdly destined to become greater than
that of nny other medicino in tjio worm.
A great many cases llko that abovo re
ferred to havo found I'crunit of untold
valuo when no other Holp loomed of any
Pc-ru-na Tor Indigestion.
Mr. Donald Ilobb, Jr., 10 Wrights
Ao., Halifax, Jfova Scotia, member
"Wblloon avllt to ISoston, 1 mut
havo eaten something that did not agrco
with my stomach, as a tcrrlblo case ot
"I'cruna was recommended lo mo
and after uilng tbroo bottles I was
"1 therefore recommend Poruna to any
ono metering with stomach trouble.."
Mr. Chas. Brown, llogcrsvllic, Ton
ncssoo, U. 8. A., writes :
"X friend advised mo to tako Toruna
for Indigestion and it cured mo in s
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?T Is Coming
So get you a good
and be prepared for it.
We make deliveries of the finest
stove coal to any address in the city.
Our prices and service arc right.
and Praying Co.