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ment of the cliculntlon for tho wek ' the Senate when illsruwIiiR the nvnll
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HULLirriN I'l'IILISIIINd co.. iro,
by C. O. IIOCKUS.
Htibscrlbed and sworn to bo
fore me litis 2nd day of
SI:A1. .March, Anno Dmnlnl.
P II. HlTltNIJTTi:.
Kotnry Public, Klrst Judicial Circuit.
That iilmar bill represents a par
Abe Ituef mnv be Innocent of all
crimes laid at hta door, but he does
not net the part.
It Is unkind to hoap ridicule on Ad
miral Heeklev when1 be so successful
ly represented tho Secretary of tho
According to the scores made, the
safet) of the nation In tlhiu of war
would depend principally on Sain
JohiiMin's Co. P.
Czar Nicholas (ontemphitea doing
away with bis latest legislature In
which iM' the people will kill off a
fow more olhclnls.
Mn the weatherman get rid of
this latest uid nf rain before tho
Los Augclca p.irt makes port. Ho
nolulu weather has a record lo miiln
taln. ItepresontutUe Knnlbo holds the
julm as the talking membur, and,
like others of the same stamp, says
little that Is of benefit to Hawaiian
The latest shin to meet with dlsns
tor simply wi-ul ashoio. This Is no
reason for checking the speed with
wlilch llghthouHi appropilatlous are)
What tho Niiuanu dam needs Is a
now lock, a new slock and a now liar.
ml. The Territory has paid enough
money for educating engineers In tlio
expensive school of experience.
Exemption fiom taxation Is of nl
no as an aid to Infant lndusttlcs. I
Ik supposed that mnie day the luilus
try will cease being nn Infant by
growth or demise. Don't let the In
fant become a special Interest.
If the Legislature of llawull takes
ruo stop Iowa ul cheeking ICuiopean
immigration, thoic Is no doubt that
tills Territory and Its majority citi
zenship will be put In tho (lass
tumped by mnlnlaiidcrs us uu-Amcr-Iciin.
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Don't become bo axrlttt! nwr lboyomif, street $35.00
municipal bill thut tho resolution for , Matlock Avenue $35.00
Wtlllug the tiuiiMer nf property Iron-, McCulIv Street S1fi fin
hlo will bo lost in the bhuillo. It i
iltillo necessury that too much time
ehould not ho taken In chuslng fifth
Porto niro appears to be n splendid
Btcpplug-stcjne for men looking for
plurcH higher up und within the
Washington elrclo. Tho best of It Is
llial the men move forward ou merit
lifter having given good account In
I he new possession.
Tho Terrltoilnl Leglslutitio should
not tefuse to uppiopiluto liberally for
the United States Agricultural Ex
periment Station. Tho xvork to ho
dnno Is of loo gtent Importance to bo
i becked by tho Governor's upparont
dislike of tho man lu charge.
ltorkefeller'B lepieBonttitlvo says
JnhuM) is not in very i It'll, his In-
wit (' M.MM a rtsr
Thr mmr prr hrarlfm Ihte mi
ilium PHifttl mMlnln n stnrs of Hmk
Iclttr n refusal In hIIhw ihlMtt-M III
' kali nn tmid within hl Cleveland
iiiiitp .1 1 h II In liiilrril poverty-Mi lik
en wllh n Mini like shriveled pea
ii ii i
Tin- thoorv nl
thoorv irf mil allowing tinier
il t h TrHlnr
to .gan. in private
pm.ti.e is mmd. Th miiio theory
indi to the fWiral wrvlco wmiH ,,ccomc the poor widow and the help
!.. iiritr. The lilnrk In the way nf , , , ' , , , , ,
pun Mm Is thr refusal of govern
menu to pa a salary which would to Insure his life when he is strong
mutant a oml lawvcr taking tlifMl, . ,,. r, , .,,.
mc on the rendition which HinUsV"'
to lie '
TUB OPEN SENATE.
The Senatorial majority Is
. ongrntulated on the good
hnwn by the volo against excluding ,
I ihe Praia while utimilntmciita liv lliu '
j doernor woro considered, t
1 Our Legislature has no matter of
flccnhinild do their talking behind
The i,r,r "' "" ,,l,)l,,n ' ""'
"ng me doors ru Kept open
The doors were
I the rcpresentntlics of tho pick re
' untitled while n long list of nppolu
j Ires were pasted upon, nud the Sen-
t still lives without loss of dignity
IDLE TERRITORIAL MOKEY.
Tiensurer Campbell's statement bo
fore the House that there Is lOO.llim
In the Tenltorlal Treasury kept there
"on account of tho law" should riue
some of the legislative financiers to
the benefits to tho taxpa)ers of it de
Kour hundred thousand dollars In
the Territorial Treasury does good lo ,
no one. Il is like a misers hoard.
eventually It will be expended. In
essantiy n is drawing Interest.
How much better would It be If i
this money wero deposited In such of j
the local banks as arc willing to
plate wltn the territory uluplu se-
citrlt. to be provided by law. for Itu,
Is It not remarkable that the Unit-
ed States tlcaernment deposits Its j
money with a Meal banking lustltit
Hon, but the Terrltoilal tlcncrumcut
must needs hold fast to the funds It
gets and withdraw the iuouey ftom
We crltlqlse tho Kedcral (lovern
ment hecatue It lakes money out of
trili Islands? Yet the Territorial Gov
ernment l doing much the same
thing. If not worse, by locking up
ciihIi In the Treasury. i
The 1'cderal Government, .'iit lent
handles all. Its local financial n Hairs
ilirough a banking Institution iinu
1 1 1 1 i . i -. gives the public the lienellt of
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING ITS PHESF.NT ACTIVITY.
Leavintr Honolulu per S. S. CLAU-
i DINE Friday, Melt. 8th.
Returning per S. S. KINAU Satur-!
day, Mch. lOth. I
The round trin costs only $52.00.
For tickets and information rc-i
gardin;; the trip, apply to .
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. ,
Cnr, Fort and Merchant Streets. I
nO-il Estate Deol,
Manoa Valley $30.00
Bc'rctania Street $40.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Kinfj Street $30.00
Nuuanu Street $50.00 1
Kinau Street $30,001
Eerctania Street $25.00'
Thurston Avenue $42.00 '
Qulick Avenue $35.00
Wnikiki Beach, for 3 months
per month $75.00
Laro,e residence for 1 or 2
years, per month $100.00
Lunalilo Street $50.00
Prospect Stieet $25.00
Near town, property extendinc
from TJeretania to Kinau Sts. Three
cottages, all rented; will sell as a
whole or each cottage separately
with suitable lot. Price low; terms
half cash, balance on mortgage at
' 0 per cent
Henry Walorhouse Trust Go,. Ltd,,
Uonier Fort ani Merchant Sis
I ' "- "jlfonolulu.Hswwi,
The Family income
rften ttopi short off when the bremt-
winner tiles. Ana unless there li a
i,,,.. ,. i.....,,.. , foil l,rV
" , -" - -."-"
the beloved wife ami dear children
ic uipnnns. mc iiusuauu who inns
vv'-"" " "' ""
Kcncc from the results of which those
he loves best in the world have to
suffer nftcr he is Rone. The Mutual
Life Insurance Co. of New York is-
..... nvntection tinlleles to avert lust
' . .... . . . I
SUC1 Unhappy conditions. Ihcy UOtl t .
cost much. Trent & Co. are the lo
cal agents, and will be pleased at
any time to discuss the subject con
fidentially with anv who may feel
like providing for the future of their
the uttn of the iliculatlug medium.'
Only the surplus goes to the I'cdcrnl I
Tic.ispry. anil wo may hope, thut in I
the course of time the IVderal appio-
prlntlons to be expended here will be
mi large that tliore will be no surplui
ior shlpmcn) In the mnlnhmd
The Territorial Roverntnelit stores
"tery cent II obtains. It sells bonds
for public works and pllu.4 up the
(oln In the L'itpltol ynlu If an ap
propriation Is iuitwpvuded for any
leasou. the loin UII i'MIoses in tho
vault, ilrawlng Interest nil the time,
not only useless hut an actual expense
lo the tiixpa.icrs.
I'nder a depositary law properly
his money could In the dis
cretion of the Treasiiier be deposited
- with the locnl banks, these luslltii-
thins being required, of couikc. to
plnce i-ecurlt with the Trcisutor to
carnnteo the Territory against loss.
The effect would be In rase the liion-
... ,ri,..i In the Territory, reduce I
intercm rates a'nd prevent the money '
from remaining as It Is now a mere
mi,. lllnH f .,,!.
o -OF n
Monday, March 4,
AT 8 A.M.
Whose Sales ARE Sales.
The f .1 b a 1 Department
Opens at 6-30 a.m.
Closes at 8 p-m.
'Accommodations for Large
Parties at a Later Hour May
No Kind of Candy Equals
f - ii. n.... ni.-ltr ni-i
dlS HOW DUBl III T ll'bl
Blows Hot And
The mnniier In Wiilrh tho pollre dc
partnieiit. which tl.ihns to bine been
cut to such n clcgicc that It I" Impos
sible to net along vK'inls the nioilcy
.tppioprlnlcd for Ii. was brought up
hefoio the lto.it il ol Supervisors lit Us
tncclliiK lasi nlKht. when Chairman
Cox o( the Police Committee H'tutcd
t recoiiimeiiil Hi- j a ntcnt of hills lor
weekly mill inuntlii papers. lie fnllcil
to reo where the Count) Ilencon toiint
spread Unlit whli-h wo. Id itEtlrt In
catching criminals, how t lie. Tr.ins
Pnilllc Tliule would hcl'i llicrunso tit"
tcu'Siuci of the department, or bow
.llfs Prescott's Honolulu 'limes would
irect tho spirit of UWe rlBhtrousness
In llio members or the force. The sum
if $'J line! been lil Tor these publica
tions out of the widow's tnlte now al
lowed the department
An Interesting discussion win
bioiigbt up as the ii'ult of a petition
ttoni two llreiiieu that tho salaries of
the iMiuest pild men In the depart
ment hud been cut without reason.
Klro Chief Thurston wns sent for to
answer tho questions of Archer, who
posed as the poor mini's friend In SUP' j
port of the petition. The chief madu
very alius t work of the petition, show
ing that In Homo of the statements no
regard for the truth was shown ami ex
plaining his actions In making tho re
duction last month In accordance with
tho money which was allowed by tno
he stated that he had'becu cut 2'i
by tho lloatd und that he had cut on I;
the men who bad been raised bt tho'
old board. The engineers and drltciai
had received no iiilxo at Hint time and
ho bad not leducnl their pay now, but'
he had rut the pa of the hosenicu to
that wlilctrtho) hud been getting be-1
fore nml icduced the lieutenants to tho
came rank. Archer was finally ta Ha
iled with the explanation.
Tern was the next to take the mai
ler up und through a icuuirk that be
made started Chairman lliistaie,wlu
'I have he.iiil iiIhiiii all of tlil.i giv
'"R money to the Itoad Department und
l"" 'J, ""' "? ,ll,,,'U,!,rJln,!iI1i '
m,,"",1 lI'"1 ' "l'u- . " .,1" f"' ",l '
tind by tho Sheriff dial he was getting
'thing better on the small nppioprhi
Hon tlmifhc Juid believed jHMilliIc-nnil1
that everything was, all right and then,
lu uidcr to .get. .sympathy, ho makes
statements to the Advertiser which he
knows are false
"livery depamnriit has been cut and
In leg.ird to tin' riiail department, the
following appropriations for the last
six months will speak for themselves:
September. JP.'.SOO; October. JIMOO;
November, 113,471; December, JI0,'"nu;
Innuiiry $11.S00; I'ebruary, ?11,000.
When you lemeinber stll the heavy
stoinis which we have had which hao
called for so much extra wurk, you can
see that tho load depattmunt has been
eft more than any other.
"I propose to, Bland up lor the He.
publican members of tills Hoard and
lor every member of this Ilouid and
when thcie are falbo statements made
I am going to sco that they are con
tiadlrtid as they should be. though
veryouc known the motives which
cauyp (bete attacks on the pait of the
Though quite it fight wns inado oei
tho matter by Frank Hnivey, C. II.
Olson was appointed Deputy County
Altornnv ul a su'ary of $lb.r, per month.
I he Hawaiian Trust Co. uotiucd the
Hoard by letter that they wero gains
to place the lease of the miarrlOH on
the John Una estate, now- being used
by the mad department, at auction.
An ofier to install gas lights lu the
jiollco station was turned over lo the
Pollco Commlttco though tho chair
man hinted thut a largo part of the
present service wns being supplied from
inn county plant and there was no
need of a chango In the opinion of the
Kern, Kcaloha nud Aicher weie mi
pointed a committee to taku u.'i the
Ask the opinion of any of over a dozjn FORD owners in this
it is first-class and highly satisfactory in every respect. A
will convince you. Call and look over the FORD nt the
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE GO,, LTD..
Neglected Colds oh Consumption.
IVRS.ADDIE HAnOlNI. MKS. MARY MUEH
PKOIIAntiY every case of consump
tion licglns xvlth n cold.
Consumption Is generally classed ns
K hereditary disease, but consumption
Is not hereditary.
A constitutional xvoiltncssh Inherited
whlc.li renders ono lbiblo to consump
tion. Kven peoplo who liavo strong lungs
niny acquire coiiMunpllon from a cold.
Mrs. Addlo Harding, 151 W. Urlghtou
Ave., KyiaouM, NilV., xvrlle3i
"I havobeellatiserof Peruna for tho
last tvclvo years and can truthfully
say that there is no better mcdiclno on
"With mo It Is a suro preventative for
colds and many
other Ills. In my
home can ahvnyt
bo found a liottlo
of Peruna. Two or threo times a year I
am troubled with my throat.
"I always had to have tho services of
my physician two or threo limes in cacn
'Although a user of Porunn, I never
thougbtof taking It fur my throat until
nboiit two years ago.
'I tried Peruna to cheek It, and lo my
grcatdellgbtl was not troubled xvlth
the smotlicrcu niui enuueu iiviiug uuu
never havo since. ' ""'
"I can check it 'ovb'ry tlmo xvllh
I certainly would not bo without
Vermis one uiluulu."
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each.bottle. Pe
runa Is for salo by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson,
Smith 4 Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
mutters of appropriations, tor the band
und Knplolnnl park -tirltlie Leglsl.i
11111'. I'bp following bills were ordcicd
Wnlnmi' toad dlMrhl, S1H2...0.
Waltumc mad disliict, IS.'Jv
Ki'plohiul Park, ?UI'J.
Koolnulon loud cllstrlct, J Ill.'J.I.
County Auditor, V.:M.
Pall load culvert, tini.nl.
Cotiuty Kuglnicr, $39.CU.
Fire Drpaituitnt. S.VJIi.uG.
Ciiuuo olllcc rent, flGO.
Kwu io.id district, tll'Jl.HO.
Kooluiipiiko load dlEtrlct, $i:!-.r,'.i.
Koolatmoko road district. fViM.
Itoad Depaitmeut, $:11S.0I.
tlurhage Dcp.iitment, trill. If.
Kwa ro.td cliKliht, $I'j2,o3.
County Ticiauier, .JUc
KlccUjel,, Jicht Depurtment, fTUS.U'.
Wuhilm) niajldjkirlci Ispcclull JS2.:tS.
Polleo nud rlrcAhinu system, J9".0i.
Police liciat.'therif, $0SC.C5,
Hawaiian llrmd; $71.1)0.
TJlank book "of alt sorts, ledgert
etc. manufactured by I ho Uulletln Pub
WeMcIv Bulletin SI Der year
iTHB(B(B jjfjfl'' i 1t sW W J"" 0 fi-fp
Buy A Ford
Mro.Inry Moycr, Thomson avenue, I
near nncu aoau, inuoia, u. x a, i .,
"1 havo boon annoyed xvlth a cough
" "Often It xvas so bad that I could not
sleep half tho i
night. Many pen- CONSUMPTION
plo thought I had WAS TEARED.
"A xvoman recommended Peruna to
mo two years ogo. 1 began to take
Peruna and now I am perfectly freo
from a cough.
"I tun glad to say that Porting cured
mo entirely. I tnkn Porunn occasion
ally xvhen 1 do not feel xvoll and I nleo
"Peruna Is tlit best mcdiclno for
coughs and colds. I havo told ninny
jsciplo how much Peruna lias helped
A neglected cold Is a well-worn path
Many a person catches cold and pays
no attention toll.
llo scarcely recovers from tho first
cold xv lien ho takes tho second.
Still ho gives It nn heed, nml possibly
takes another cold, i.nd so on.
Ho doses lilinsotf with bromides,
quinine and various expectorant.
Ills r.i90 is catarrh, at tlils.st.ige, and
his caso should be treated ns catarrh.
A common cold Is acuto catarrh.
1'lnilly, It tho cold Is allowed lo con
tlniie, II become, chronic catarrh.
PUT THIS fi THE SEWING MACHINE DRAWER.
JOHN M'. DAVIS;
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
Sewing Machines Cleaned and Put In Order. Lost or broken attach
ments replaced, needles, belts, shuttles, springs, etc., supplied.
1256 TORT STREET NEAR ORPHCUM. PHONE MAIN 117.
if ) ;c
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K .f X K 5C 54, Jt JC K
DAND CONCERT l
;i ;t if it it, it )( it jt )t z it " a ,
'I he Ituyul IluwuiUu Hand will phi
this evening at Aula Park.
Jhuch "riiunder nud lllar.es" ..Tuelk
Inleiniezo "ltuzzaizn Miwi-uza" ..
sclietloii "The smr" llaio
l'A'lT11- , . J
lute!iVira7ii-:chcm'v '.'.'.'..! . Albeit
1 Klii'ile "l opular Airs"
"Tho Star Spangled llaiiner. '
!L'? '"For f'.ent" cards on aal st
! Bulletin effln
city and you will be told
demonstration in n FORD
Young Building ,Iall,hiohol8co,lm
O D E 71. 7ft TK iriMfl RT
MRS. FRANCES WILSON.
Mrs, Frnnces Wilson, 3J :eIon street,
Clinton, Mans., writes:
"Had you "cn mo nt the llino of my
lllno.s and now, j ou would not wonder
that I tnko delight 111 sounding tho
praises of Pcrunn.
My ailment was a sovcro cold w hlcli
attacked tho bronchial tubes and lungs.
"I followed yourspcctatdlrcclionsnnd
offer using six bottles of Peruna I xvan
on my foot again.
"I thlulc Peruna a wonderful medi
lis and tousllltls should Ik treated a
catarrh, as they are In reality catarrh.
Tho success of Periina In rellovlna;
thchocnscs entirely depends upon tlu
fact that Peruna Is a catarrh remedy.
It relieves catarrh wherever lnraled
In tliu system. Whether In tho throat,
bronchial tulics or lungs. '
It has raved .1
CONSUMPTION I milltlludo of peo-
PREVENTCD. pie from eonsiiiuii.
J Hon by eradliMt-
Ing catarrh before It readies tho lung..
The tendency of catarrh of tho tliro.it
or head Is lo spread downward to tho
If taken In lime, Peruna will prevent
Wo havo lu our flics many testimon
ials from people who thought tlicy
wero x'letlins of consumption, but havo
I wen permanently relieved by tho
faithful use or Peruna. thus slmxvin7
that catnrrh wns really tho tauso nt
tc now have a beautiful stock of
CHINESE JADE JEWELRY, entirely
' "urc '" 'kt. fine.
i We invite your inspection of our
iLarce Stock of
RINGS, PINS. BROOCHES.
The Workmanship Will Bear the
H. F. Wichman&OG.
THE VERY LATEST
Received by the last Steamer.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR WIN
71, 7.1, 75 KINO ST.
say nuiLivrin ads. pay -a