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BVENINO DULLKTLV, HONOLULU. T. II., BATUMMY. JUNE 20. 1005.
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I Evening Bulletin
, DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallftco R. Ffirrlnsjion, - Editor
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T. J Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 It is casv findinp; reasons why , 1aIt Hint tlio Clovernor of 1Mb par
other folks should be patient. tlcular Territory Is or ought to lio
i George Elliot. nu Oligarch..
' I Thu olllcer and the commission
.-. Willi. In (K.ulit ubuut the strike! that takes the ncotilo Into confidence)
do s i lil us tu help Honolulu.
i The .miser St. Louis Is welcome.
Mn -1ip he the forerunner of a
i-quudion to lome later fur summer
Admiral IJichl, starling In where
he left off, still finds enough wcl -
(timing in liuuoiuiu 10 mi nuoiucr
week brim full.
Governor I-'rear Is quite correct In
conferring with the Attorney Gen
eral on complaints laid by tlio Agi
tators. These people are entitled to
the full limit of fair play as well us
1 When transportation bonds of
Oalm nro refunded at Ave per cent,
it ehows that the men In search of
the highest class of Investment have
full confidence In the future of this
place and Its enterprises.
A good eldenre of Honolulu's
feeling toward the reputable. Jap
anese Is found In the Commercial
dlub dinner complimentary to Ad
miral IJlelil anil the leudlng business
men of tlio Japanese colony.
It Is timely to remind Honolulu
Koicjiers that the New York auto
'Koci'Wr who Killed a small boy had
'u close call from being scut to the
electric chair. Criminal careless
nets Is next door to murder.
The 11 u 1 I e 1 1 n ' s Hllo corre
spondent forgot to mention that the
butcher or saloon keeper who runs
tho Hawaii 'Union" enjoys tlio dis
tinction of possessing n supporting
American weekly doing what It may
- A New York Judge has sentenced
uu uutoniohllo scorcher to prison for
mivcii years. Throughout tho coun-
tiy the people applaud. Tho man
who uses a powerful machlno us a
plaything and kills people should
pay the full penalty of his tolly.
N05V that the origin of the moon
bus been settled, there Is still hope
of an explanation why the Governor
of thin Territory will not glvo the
1 illillo the letters written relative
to tho disposition of valuablo lands
fciippied to belong to the Toniloiy
Tho, 11 ii I 1 c 1 1 n finds a very
general objection to Supt. Camp
bell's plan to meter the water sup
plied to Honolulu householders. The
loaMin for the objection Is that tho
I coplo will undoubtedly sacrlfico
.their lawns and tho garden spots
(about their homes If uy so doing
Hhoy can economize on their water
bill. This wilt lend to a community
floss, because half tho attraction this
illy offers the lesldcut apt! tho vis
itor Is the beauty of 'tho grounds
tiiiiruiinillng the homes. These ar
guments aro not put forward by tho
water wasters, but rather by thoso
who bellovo that the Superintendent
,'of Public Works has forgotten that
jtho conditions hero cannot properly
he computed with mainland cities
nnil towns whero water for lawns
j.. jnnd flower gardens Is a matter for
" iconsldoriitlon dining only a few
piionths of the year.
ECREC. '' ANTpUBLIC" AFFAIRS.
J Tho public ofTlLcr who excuses
jk-altho policy of hcieiy in tin conduct
R.jto?, PUbllo hiisluehs by calling roinn
f -jhody names Immediately admlia that
' iliHs position Is vulnerable and cap.t-
-liTo of no Justification
i'' , fir' lie Is nil elllclont olllreir who car-
.frlefl-tlio public with him
vytijl difcusslon nnd ample iMihh. i .
'K v1' ,f ''" it"H "ot f""w 'his i. in
in mi Aineilcaii ccminiiiilty In c i
Jllid Hint ho gains a steadily Incia,
llig inensuio of Justifiable link u
t' Viiullilonco on the putt nf the people
,1 ' The claim that the Liquor Cum
fit in.ll(u should act on matters or
Vilbilo polli') behind iloed donr
liMtiHMi II It a Judicial body Ii on
Hbgut the sain order ns mi oxeme
iwiey of ilia iiuvuiiini' in
IS lHibllc lam) imuieie, on wig
Entered At Hie Postoffice M Honolulu
m ftnniKl-cUM m titer.
JUNE 20, 1009
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on public matters will succeed. The
policy of secrecy la the certain fore,
runner of failure.
SUNDAY LIQUORAND HOTELS,
The restntuant keeper who nbus-
.g (ilc Sunday privilege for the salo
of liquor has no caua fur complaint
If his license Is revoked or renewal
i of used.
Thu right or wrong Involved in
the sale of liquor by reslnurants on
bundiiy for the accommodation of
tho public is A matter of policy en
tirely apart from the Individual In
fractions of tho law or of License.
To allow the hotels to sell
liquor on Sunday and refuse reputa
ble restaurants is to bring ui the
' Did question of discrimination.
On moral grounds the chargo laid
against serving liquor on Sundays
In lestaurants Is not unllko that
which was made by some good peo
ple against Sunday baseball. They
made up their minds that Sunday
tport was wrong, and that was the
1 of It, Kxpcrlenco pTovcd other
Tho plnn to prohibit liquor In tho
law-abiding restaurants of thu city
i id 'grant the privilege of Sunday
sale in hotels means that a good
number of people who will not pat-
lonlze the hotels will be led or driv
en lo low dives where liquor is sold
Illicitly and amid the most evil sur
roundings. Jt means, for instance, when a
warship is In port, that tho o Ulcers
will go to any of the hotels, but a
certain element among tho men,
the man '.'looking for a drink," will
more likely- turn up in somo illicit
That is (ho practical phase of it,
whether applied to the men nf a
warship, steamship or residents of
Is It better for tho peoplo who
i-ongregiite "down town" on a Sun
day to be torved with liquor with
meals If they want it, or should this
be prohibited and tin- - community
talie the chance, of the men going
lo a low dlo?
This paper docs not consider tho
monopoly phase, us particularly korl
oi is. it Is inoio a question of how
best lo handle tho population that
think mine of a drink than of where
they get It, a scctfon of the popula
tion that would not go to tho hotels
of tho city under any circumstances.
The fair method of procedure
would ho to cither close the town
completely on Sunday or glvo Sun
Ony privileges to a limited number
of law-abiding icrftaumnt lcccpcis
us well as the hotels.
License Commissioners nro abso
lutely right in demanding a strict
observance of tho law or tho regula
tions under tho law. Tho fact that
one restaurant keeper evades or vio
lates tho law should not necessarily
mean that strict observance Is im
possible. There Is only ono answer for tho
constant violator of tho law.
The policy of allowing tho salo of
liquor on a Sunday In eating hous
es as well as hotels Is ono that must
bo shaped with a proper regard for
tho charactor of the permanent nnd
Holiday For Lumbermen Spokum
I ' I" i,ian m Pel ,, ill vtlnpc I
.ii ..a iiiiuiii urn ii li. ii lo iiri.nigii fin
eln nm ull lb. IiiiiiIhi inill III Wllkh
liuiiiiii (In Hun, Mali, i mill Montana
foi lu veeks. hoRliiuiiiK .1 ii I I Thl
It It an-iiil would ln all iiilllnu n an
uppiiii.ini. to et-ltbialu liiinb, iiiihii u
day ai ilm Alaska Yukon Paclfle fair
July 8, un.l hUu hi mi. mi Hi,, m.uiu
ntCltiriir's vvuvviulun at MvuliU.
Homo near OhliiiV
I'OR SALE This property is near
Wilder Ave. ; the price is $3,000;
there arc 3 bedrooms and mod
ern sanitary conveniences, The
place has been recently put in
thorough .repair. Let us show
you ! the property will speak for
itself either for the purpose -of
n home or for an investment.
'KAIMUKI LOTS FOR SALE.
At $225. $300, $050, $750 and
$1,100 per lot.
Trent Trust Co., X'td.
The Alexander Young
will be COOLER and
more inviting than
ker of Seattle, and Miss Maigiirct
Ileamiin. daughter of Mrs. llettlo I
lleamaii of New York, were married I
In tho open air ut "Hlow Xle Down,"
the Henin.in summer home, here today.
The bride Is a granddaughter of tho
late United States Senator William
M. lCviirts of New York.
Steel Trust Stock. .Vow York, Juno
Hi. Confidence that the common stock
of tho United Stales steel eororatloii
will eventually lie admitted to listing
(in the 1'nrlH bourse, was expressed nt
I the office of J Mmg-ui & Co. heie.
We are instructed to offer for sale.
for a limited period, a desirable resi
dence in the Makiki District. This
property is large, more than half an
acre, well planted in trees and
shrubs; the house commodious and
juuueru. inc uwucr ucsircs iu
leave ,the country and has given us
a bargain price,
Felker premises Manoa Valley.
House and let -Lunalilo Street.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
A Wireless Message
to your friends
be a pleasure
tVVV XW-TTi "s C '
URING your absence
from the Islands we
are prepared to
' manage your estate
and look after your interests
here. You will find it (Treat.
Iy to your advantage to place
the management of your af
fairs with n capable and re
arid sec us as to
silPPI V R IIRFAII I AW
J -l ' -1 UUIltLllU Lfill
GETS THE HATCHET
Mayor Likes Too Well
Nil. not, ilk says Mayor rem, ie
feiilng lo the ordliianco creating a
lliireuii of Supplies, Thu ordinance Is
vetoed, f I owned down, cui,l off, for
there Is no need for It, it Is a supeitlu
ItV ,111,1 llf.lir... frit Tl, C3ll,lf lluriru
IiIiivk to look the veto over. Tho Mai-
GQnPAnjr. ,lr Hia ","' ,lt' I'fesent conliact sys-"-T-f
Z ' I li'in Is g"od ( noiigh.
Theieiiioii n tenement orilliinuca
was icferred to tho appropriate, com
mltteci with the lew of getting It up
to tho Muyoi some day. If you mo
three families living In n single house
with a common right to the stairways,
you aro a tenement and cniinnt stay
in tho resilience district unless your
neighbors say you can. This Is to bo
known ns tho Tenement Onllnaiice
and you will be fined If you don't ills
sol. nud Hi, In scpaiato Institution.!
pioildlug you mo Unto families.
YOUNG PEOPLC'8 ANNIVERSARY
A spfclal ilcnioutJtrutiuu hy the
rlillilicn will tnko place at the Salva
tion Army Hall, rorner of King street
nnd Nuiiaim avenue. Tho Hand of
line chlklK-u will go through tho
tambourine ihills and tho children
ft out tho lliiiee will lako part In ncti.m
soiikh mid di Ills. An Invitation I' giv
en to all lo como aid boa,' the chil
dren. CAI'TAIN TIMMi:il.IN.
THURSDAY, JULY 1ST,
We will begin a
Prices cut to pieces: tee our win. '
DR. MACKALL IS
Supervisors Confirm The
Most of Fern's
Willi tho exception of the Milk and
I'lsh Inspector all appointments pre
senlcd to tlio Hoard of Super Isors '
last night were confirmed, and In jnoat
cases were passed unniiliiioiM). The
principal objection to those turned
don n seemed to bo their lack of ac
quaintance among the Supervisors. I
Dr. Hruce McV. Mackall secured the
office of City Physician and Dr. W T. .
Monsarrat Is now the Meat Inspector.
John Vlvlchaves and Joseph It. Miirno
wero appointed as sanitary Inspectors '
and Inils K. Kane as tho sanitary In
spector of tho morgiio and grave nrds
All thu old Janitors were reappoint d
In the schools, tlio Mayor staling thai
Ibis action hail been recommended hy i
Mr. Ilabbltt .
Tho first opposition to the Mnyor's
wishes camo up when tlio name of M '
N". Sanders came up for tho oirico of
Milk Inspector. The SupcrlsorH didn't
say much but frowned slightly mid
gloomily nnd despondently said no
when they answered to the ndl call.
Mr. Sunders evidently was out of fav
or at tho rato of ! to 2, tlio vote east
against him. Ills Honor thereupon
hinted that Joseph Slla would be ac
ceptable as Milk Inspector but with
the Ramu gloomy despondency, the
Hoard disagreed with him.
Tho discussion oer the I" . '1 In
Flwctiv was u little mine vlvlfiflcl and
although no material objection could
be raised against the Mayor's en' II
dnlo. Micro Is ns yet no new riH In.
speclor. A. IC. Williams was the first
name up and tho Hoard split at once.
Suiiervlsor Logan could find no better
excuso for not otlng than his Un-ac-qiialtitanci)
with the gentleman named
and this being tho feeling of his co
members, they felt It their duty to
turn Mr. Williams down, which they
did. Joreph Kanal was then named
nnd Barreled a llko fate. Mr. Uignn
suggested Unit two members of the
Hoard get acquainted with Mr. Wil
liams and analyze his general char
acter and find out whether ho knew n
good fish from a. fish lhat would Injure
tho constitution of the citizens of Ho-
In Handy Pins
Wc have an immense stock
of Gold Handy Fins, in plain
gold, enameled and set with
The cheapness of the prices
will surprise you.
II. F. Wichman & Co.
3 Butter Famine BpbjkeB. g
J Big new supply of the famous California Creamery
Jusj: received on the LURLINE. The best
butter that comes to the Islands. The best
butter sold anywhere on earth.
Henry May & Co., Zitd.,
iSOME CATARRHAL AFFECTIONS
Catarrhal Diseases of the
Mr. Antonio LUbres Clntrun,
Arroyo, l'orlo Hlen, writes I
"When 1 commenced taking Ve
rona 1 weighed lift pounds. After
taking ono liotllo of tho mcdliino I
weighed I'J) pounds.
"My nasal catarrh has complelely
disappeared with tho use of your
man clean medicine and I will never
tiro of recommending It lo my many
friends when they have the ramo
Allhoiigli catarrh of tho head anil
throat aro not infrequent In hot cli
mates, yet catarrh of tho stomach, ca
tarrh of tho bowels, catarrh of tho klel
neys, and catarrh of tho pelvic organs
aro most frequent.
The catarrhal 'warm cmafM assumes
a phase peculiar to such countries.
It may not nt all resemble, tho catarrh
ot cold climates In appearance, yet It Is
the same dlrcacc.
Catarrli means congestion of a mucous
Generally lit the cold ctlmatei tho
membranes of tencst affected by catarrli
aro the ones lining tho nose or tho cavi
ties ot tho head, throat and lungs.
Tho mucous membranes oflenesl af
fected by catarrh In hot climates nro tho
Ouos lining tho organs of the abdomen
ll'Aerct-er human helnr.s dwelt,
whether la the tropics or the arctics,
catarrh Is the principal disease
mankind lias to contend against,
PcruAa has long since been reC'
ognlzed as the worU's standard
remedy tor catarrh In all Its phases,
stages and varieties.
' Molt r.rtteemeel Sir: Tcrmin has pro.
ducocl magnificent results for thoso who
bavomeil.lt 111 this city. Inm asured
of there good results by ono of our lead
ing physicians, Honor Doctor Don Juan
do Dies Trevlno, whoso bltih reputation
it justly founded upon his scientific
knowlcdgo ayd practical skill.
That tho lino of Foruna limy bo ex
tended every whero for tho relief ot suf
ferlug humanity is the dotlro of
Yours very ilucorely,
Santiago do la (larza ambrano,
(Archbishop of Linares.)
Joarcx Street No. 2.
The followine wholesale drug.
gist, will ;,pP.y tho retail traf'ON. SMITH CO., HAWAIl
noliilii, bui the suggestion was lost 111
tho shulTle . I! Is now thought pos
sible that Mr WllUima will b0 con
firmed after lie h la a'jalii been piesent
ed by tho Mnyei .
j Kmploy incut for Chas. V I-Vin was
ulkd provided for hy n-siirrcetlng the
Wutei front I'ai'a anl rnuking liu lis
IN KAOpi ESTATE
Ace-orellng to the final nee nun, s filed
by Albert Wlil iIkiijs", iidliilnlKtrntor
of the esiatu of A. Kaiihl, In the Cir
cuit Court today, the lotal disburse!
niiiits to (lalu aro S2,077. Tho prin
cipal features of tho account Is 'the
rale or bo oral pieces or land: to the
lllbhnp I'vst:ito $Tnu; to Mary K. Kalnl
klnlu $ 1 1:!."; and lo Y. A. .Maiiiiakea
J7a. Tho value of tho obtalo was
bomell'lug over S.IHUII and tho salo of
same, was endercd lo (satisfy a Judg
ment against it. I
Runaway Train. lam Angeles. Juno
111 Thomas Strohm, former chief of j
tho laiR Angeles (lie department, Biif
feied a broken leg yesterday In an ef
fort to Mop a liinaway (rain nf freight
ill s on the I.oa Anaclos Owens iler
nqtte-diui Hue nud hivo a number of
laboii'is finni liijuiy or death. !
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PECULIAR TO HOT CLIMATES.
Oaxaca dc Juarcr, 1st August, llXM,
The l'cruna Drug Mfg. Co.,
Gentlemen:! beg to stato that var
ious persons hero among whom I tll
trlbuted the medicinal specialty, l'o
runn, have advised mo that the raid
medlcino is of exceptional merit In ca
tarrhal affections, It uso having pro
duced excellent results in such cases,
A. Oucdca, Mayor of Leon, Mexico,
Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico,
Oct. 10, lWU.
Tho l'cruna Drug Mfg. Co.
Gentlemen: Having taken 1'enina
witlj very satisfactory results, I am
plcancd to advlso you of it by means of
this lotter and I nuthorlzeyou to inako
whatever u.o ot this you may consider
advisable, m Very truly jours,
""w A. Guedca.
A great multltndo of jieop'o liavo
taken l'cruna, and knuw by exprlonco
What it will do.
BEER AS BEVERAGE
AGENT OF TEMPERANCE.
The general prohibition wave that
has been sweeping over tho world
during tho past fow years has had
tho effect of sep.irallag beer from
the category of spirituous beverages,
where It has often beon erroneously
placed by tempcranco and prohibi
The story of this change of view
ih best told In tho Literary Digest in
tho Issuo of May 110, In which IhiJ
standard publication reprints an edi
torial fiom Tho Hospital, a London
A reeont IbStio of tho livening Post,
Now York, also contained a ery
ahlo odltoilnl along tho samn lines,
Tho Host argues that tho brewer It
tho natural ally ot tho teinpcruuro
lenders and advltes them to seel; thu
aid of tho large-jt brewers lu further
ing, the temperance movement.
All this Is Inleiebtlng Inasmuch
us It shows that, beer Is being recog
nized by thinking peoplo us koiiic
lliliig more than a beverage and that
n man ran drink beer and "till lie. a
Col. Sam I'nrker and his son wero
nmniit; the arrivals this morning
fiom Walmea, Hawaii. They wero
iiccoiupanieil hy fioorge Havles, who
went along with them.
c?3 niiLucTiw mis hav -ma
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