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EVENING BTJIXBHN, HONOMJMJ, T. H.. SATURDAY, APRIIi 27, 1007.
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ending I'rldav, April 2ISt1i, 1907, of
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Saturday, Apr. 20 2610
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Thursday, Apr. 25 2378
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fnio mc this 27th day of
SJCAl.J April, Anno Domini,
P. H. nURKHTTC,
.Votary Public, 1'Irst Judicial Circuit.
SATURDAY APRIL 27, 1907.
Of Kiurso Harney Joy Is nil right.
Ho'H from Honolulu nnd has to be.
More steamer-loads of Spanlardi
Ii would put u bolter guarantee ou
'., Kuod times for Hawaii.
11 vi I Id the school-houses. Thny aru
ncoded nnd money Is not wasted when
devoted to the children.
Three more davs of the Leglsla-
' ti.rc. Make them count for tho good
. name of Hawaii ntid representative
' of Its people.
Another los Angeles visitation
with the trip mado In nn Oceanic
l'ont means u I .oa Angeles trip er.
Jojalilc from start to finish.
" All Hawaii accepts the Dulletlu
' EUggestlon that the visiting Congress-
ir.cn be llrst given n good time. Ev
erybody knows that this means they
. v. Ill get nil that's coining to them.
As at nresent made tin tho Concros
Monal party Is all right. Next year
. tho remainder of the members will
lo enthusiastic enough to come nt
their own expeuep. Hawaii s lnvltu
Hon Is permanent.
.Honolulu's Country Club Is a vlg-
Clous expression of Honolulu's belief
.that out-door life and healthful sports
nmko life worth living, and Hono
lulu Ilfo u Uttlo bit better than any
other putt of tho world can furnish.
Representative Qulim has new
claims to fame. Ills syphon bill has
been signed nnd his mongoose bill la
.well on tho road. Sunday Qulim will
now gIo way to Syphon Ud. Ha
waii's history has already iciorded a
Tho dam Is safe, tio ahead with
the dam, but see to It that tho TorrI
tory Is ptotectcd from Incompetence
r of. engineers and contractors. The
Territory bus paid enough for tho cd
ixatlou of homo ono, no ono seems
lo Know whom.
Labor lenders havo"ialkod back to
Hocmovolt and called him mimes. Tho
renter of attack, hovvevor, Is fiom
San l'Viinclsco, whoso namo will bo
lomowhnt of mud till It Is purged ot
, tho grafting bcandal nnd conspiracies
' nmoug Inbot-mcu to kill off their own
So Henry Vlda Is said to bo can
, vusslug for laboiors to go to the
..Coast. Henry may feel that Hono
lulu Is not entitled to much consider'
iltlon lifter having turned him down,
Hut he should think again before tnk
lug up piojccts that will Injuio tho
', Tiospects of his homo-town.
Senator Hnyselden's personal cam
'"lialgn against a public school teacher
bag caused mm to (iimgu that favor
, It lam has been shown In the nppolnt-
R(inont of tho object of his disfavor
JLct It go at that. Tho unprejudiced
outsider can draw his own opinion of
'.thu foolish tempest In the l.ahalnn
Any person who gave n few mo
ments to watching the Immigrants
land from the steamer Hcltopolls and
did not become favorably Impressed
with the men nnd women from Spain,
must be either a severe critic or n
Without making comparisons, tho
families nrrhtug by the latest Immi
grant ship nre of n character to stir
higher degree of enthusiasm for
European Immigration than has pre
vailed In some quarters. Judged
from nppenrances on Inndlng, the
Spaniards were In better spirits than
the guests from Los Angeles some
weeks ngo, nnd there Is no question
that, If propel ly treated, they will
mid relatively ns much or more to the
wcnlth nnd progioss of the Territory.
Money expended In bringing such
people to the Territory Is money well
invested, provided they work out ns
acceptably ns tho first appearances
fclve promise. Commissioner Stack
ablo teems to have been fully Justl
fled In his nscrtlon that ho has found
the most satisfactory proplo jet en
countered, and nppearnnces nre de
ceitful If this new rommuntty added
to the population Is of the Knlfe-wlel-
Since the Molokrn enthusiasm the
local tendency Is to go slow In mak
ing it decision on new arrivals. Hut
In view of the great Importance or
r.utopeau Immigrants to Hawaii, any
lot of 2.000 people coming off the
ship In such good condition nnd so
good-natured and apparently ready
ti work, Is entitled to the benefit of
the doubt supplemented by n deter
mined effort to give them homes nnd
fair chance to make u living.
May the pioneer Spaniards of the
llcllopolls make good In u manner to
bilng more of the same kind.
HARD TIMES FAR OFF.
Now York Is beginning to feel
more cheerful nftcr Uie Hurry verg
ing on panic of n few weeks ago.
Having gone back to bed rock, u pe
riod of revival has begun with pros
pects opening up brighter than wus
expected during previous weeks of
A llnnuclnl review, issued about
the middle of April In New York,
One of the principal sources of re
lief has come In the easier condition
lit the money market, which is large
ly tho result of the new Treasury pol
icy and of recent liquidation, ns well
ns the check Imposed upon large
speculative operations. The latter
had locked up Immenso sums for
mouths past. These have been ill
mlnltdied by the forced sales amongst
rich holders, and the supply of fundi
has Increased correspondingly. Still
another Influence which tends to
wards larger money supplies Is tho
crowing conservatism of bankers.
who arc much more Inclined to dis
criminate against new enterprises.
unless of the most meritorious sort.
than they luivo been for several
Another very fnvorablo develop
ment Is the easier condition in tho
foreign money markets, ns evidenced
by the decline In tho Hank of Eng
land rato to 4 1-2 per cent. This, of
roursc, Indicates a slackening up ot
the strain nt European renters, and
It also shows leas fenr ot American
demands upon Europe's stock of gold.
Tho fact Is Europe has been sending
back our stocks at such a rate that
exchange suddenly shifted from tho
Rcld-lmportlng point to very nearly
the gold-shipping point. This chango
In tho tendency ot foreign exchange
hns done us no particular harm; it
hns, In fact, benefited us Indirectly
by rcllovlng European markets. Many
pf tho unfavorable developments
vhlch may romo to tho surface din
ing tho current year hnvo been prct-
Real Estate Dep't,
We oiler for sale for a few days
a beautiful home on Manoa Heights
with all modern improvements. Splen
did marine and mountain view. Good
stables, shade and fruit trees. Lot
150 x 200. A few minutes' walk from
car-line. Only $780.00 in cash re
quired. If you are looking for a home at a
bargain, you cannot afford to miss
this chance. Call and see us before
it is too late.
Henr) Waterhouse Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Corner Fort ani Merchant Sts
TRENT & CO.
To Let Furnished
3 bedroom houso In Mnklkt
district, mosquito proof, gas,
completely furnished $33.00.
At Wnlklkl, 5 bedrooms $00.
1 bedroom house In town, cor
ner King nnd ltlchntds streets,
completely furnished. Every
thing In best of condition.
Small cottage In lear. Also
fccrvants' quartets. $03.00.
TRENT & CO.
t well discounted; nnd n moderate
reaction In business, micli ns seems lo
be expected by many of our captains
ot Industry, need not hnc any fur
ther very serious effect upon the
vnluc of good railroad securities.
This Is to be another year in which
the harvest will play n very Impor
tant part. Another good harvest will
t'liqiicstlonnbly defer reaction nnd
might even be the basis for a later
bull market. A pool harvest, how
ever, Is sure to hnvo u detrimental ef
fect. Thus far the crop outlook Is
i-atlsfactory, and the Government re
turns respecting winter wheat give a
condition of 89.9 per cent, on April
1st ns against SD.l per cent, a ear
ngo. This condition Is ubovo the nv
cragb nnd indicates u crop of nearly
491,000,000 bushels compared with
492.S00.000 bushels last car.
rillOJI WATER IS
Alakea St., Honolulu,
November 20, 1900.
Illshop Rcstarlck, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: Your Inquiry ns to tho
Pnuoa water, which has always been
n mntter of grcnt Interest to mc, be-
mute of Its accessibility nnd absolute
purity. The samples I took myself
fiom the various springs at that time
I kept corked up in gallon bottles for
four months, nnd then when I opened
them we found tho vvntcr clear ns
when we bottled It; no taste, no odor,
ni sediment. We could not find this
with any other than distilled water.
Tho Pauoa springs nro from the
rr.ountninshed rains, which nro filter
ed through sonio sand-bed nn their
icturn to tho surface, ns evinced by
the fact that nt their points of ebulli
THURSDAY, MAY 2
At 8 a.m.
LADIES' FANCY HOSE,
BLACK AND COLORS,
' Embroidered, to close nt great'
ly reduced prices.
CHILDREN'S COLORED LISLE
Hlue, Red anil Pink, weie 30c,
to close, 2 pairs 25c.
CHILDREN'S INDIA GAUZE
VEST AND PANTS,
Hlcs 10 to ;i2, 8 l-Ilc to 20c
rath, according to slic.
INFANTS' WOOLEN GAUZE
SHIRTS, ENGLISH MAKE,
Sizes 14 to 18, wero $1.00, to
FLOWERED WASH GOODS,
All quilltlcH, gicat vailnty of
patterns to close ut Half Price,
Whose Sales Are Sales
tion white said is found emitted nnd
carried there by tho prcssuro of wa
ter. No doubt, some day this water
v 111 be of public utility.
Faithfully you is,
SENATE IS AGAIN OUT
(Continued from io 1.)
Smith said the oil ships were the
worst offenders. They had at times
lilted the harbor with petroleum. It
prevented swimming nnd the pursuit
of other pleasures In the harbor and
there was also considerable danger
Dovvsctt nnswered that the refuse
fiom the oil ships was caused by
leak'igo In the pipes, which could not
Woods moved to amend so flint the
Llll would be operative nt Knwnlhac.
Lane's motion to table was lost.
Woods' amendment cnrrled. Dovvsctt
wanted Knhulul included also. Lost.
The bill passed on a vote of 11
a.vcs and 4 noes.
II. II. 219, making deputy sheriff)
tiunnt otneers, nnd II. 11, 210, provid
ing for $3 permits for bunting with
firearms, passed third reading.
II. II 2.1S, providing for n sinking
fund for tho redemption or pur
chase of County bonds, passed second
IRANCHISE TOR LAHAINA
i II. II. 2SS, providing for nn elec
tric franchise for Lahaiun, passed
tccoml rending after n number of
amendments had been Inserted by
Hnysoldcn, which conformed with tho
Oovernnr's Ideas on such franchises,
such ns ho expressed In his veto mes
sage on tho Walluku franchise bill.
11. II. 211. the leper suspect bill,
passed second rending with u minor
The Lands Committee reported on
the petition of Wm. Kcolunul In re
gard to his homestead lot In Olaa,
recommending that no legislative ac
tion be taken before tho mntter had
been decided by tho Supremo Court,
where It is now pending.
It also reported on 8. II. S3, relat
ing to the encouragement nnd build
ing of public railroads on Kauai and
Hawaii, and S. 11. 81, revising tho
gcncial railroad law. It recommend
ed n commission to look Into such
matters nnd report nt the next ses
Tho Lands Committee nlso report
ed on the House amendments to S. II.
103, providing for the pnmcnt of
certain claims ngolnst the Territory.
The Senate adopted tho original
nmounts, concurring with the Houco.
land law commission
The .Judiciary Committee reported
in favor of tho resolution appointing
a land commission to exnmlno the
laud laws. Dofeircd until Monday.
II. 1). 196, encouraging the trans
portation of fresh fruit to the main
land, enmo up for second rending.
McCarthy said the hill wits Prank
MiStlcker's. Ho wanted it passed
for tho benefit of his Konn small far
The Lands Committee icportcd on
S. II. 94, the general electric fran
chise bill, ns being n creator of un
Hnyselden moved to indefinitely
postpone the bill. Carried.
Lano Introduced tho following res
rlutlon: Whereas, tho Hoard of Henllh has
decided to refusn tho request of tho
Legislature to penult Mr. J. Ior Wal
lach to treat lepers at Kallhl; and,
Whereas, It Is tho belief of tho
Senate that It Is for tlio benefit of
thoso offllctcd with tho dlscaso of
leprosy that said Wallaeh may bo
permitted to treat tho Jcpers nt Ka
WhVoas, the Sennto believes that
thn Hoard of Tlralth has niiiiln n mis
take In refusing the rcquost of the
Whercfoie It Is resolved, that tho
Sennto hereby teipicstB tho Hoard of
Health to reconsider Its decision In the
It Is further resolved that 'the Hoard
of Health Is hercbv requested to allow
the membcis of tho Sennto or other
peisons who nre -ilercsted In the ques
tion to come nnd expiCBS their oplu
Ions on this Imjioitiiiil question, befote
said Uoaid of Health.
And It Is fuilher resolved that thu
Clerk of the Senat'i Is heioby orcloiod
ami dlii'Lteil to head a ropy of this
Resolution to thn Iloatd of Health.
'I his was adopted.
House Hill 215, making special up
piojiilutloiib from the loau fund, passe
'I ho Iannis Committee) reported
H. 1). 204, exempting Irrigation e
panics from tuxes for ten ears. Pa'
Haj seldeu' I eported for tho Co
encu Committee on tho liquor bill
ommeuUlug the adoption of the ai
mentu made by thu lluuso with
minor uincudincutfl. Dctoricd
Howeii At 2p! San .Ici'O A
meila, Oil.. April 12th, 1907
Wlnton Bovven, tho dearly I
husband of Eva nowen of I
T II.. nnd, only wm of Mr
Uohcii of Alumeda,
ON HADLEY MATTER
Tho legislative committee npnolutcd
to Investtgntc the matter of Miss Had
le.v's appointment us principal of the
:'halna school, reported this morning.
It tnnilo no definite recommendations
but censured tho Hoard of Education
lor making (he appointment against
the recommendation of the executive
officer of tho Department.
It found that the Hoard had made
the appointment against Its own rules,
which provide that a principal of such
a school as Lahalnn must bold n cer
tain class of ccrtlflcule, which Mlrs
llndley had not. The repoit saB In
Your committee believes that'll man
should, If available, bo appointed prin
cipal of schools of such sire nnd tm
IKirtnnce, and feel that this appoint
ment was hastily hindc ami lll-ndvlscd
In all icspects nnd thnt clue considera
tion wus not' given to tho unanimous
repents of all tho Inspectors concerned,
nnd thnt further time should hnvo
been taken In tho matter. That the
siro and Imjioitnnro of this school le-
qulrcs that the rulo governing the ap
pointment of principals to such M'hoola
be applied 111 this Instance, and that
the reports of vat Ions Inspectors be
given nt least some consideration In
making appointments In our schools.
Your committee bellovo that the
best Interests of tho Department would
be obtained by having tho Hoard of
Commissioners nrtlng nnd silting as
nn Advisory Hoaid without voting
power. This would give the people
reiiresentntlou but would not lay the
Hoard open to the charge of showing
fawn It I vm so fiequeutly made, nnd
would gradually lead up to county
rep.Tenlallon In educational affairs,
which hns been recommended by tho
majority of tho voters of the Terri
The immigrant steamship Kiimcr
le left tho Azores and Madeira Apiil
20, ncrmdlng to u private cablegram
HOUSE WILL FORGE
PASS LIQUOR RILL
The Confeienco Committee up
pointed to pass on tho liquor bill to
day tiled Its report, which wns adopt
ed by the House. The Senate defer
red action until Monday.
Tho principal feature of the re
port Is In reference to the section of
the bill In regard to what licenses
can bo granted, in which It Inserts
the following paragraphs:
"Fourth. To sell wine mnnufnc'
tured by the licensee from grapes
Mown In the Territory by tho llceii
beo or others. Such wine shall be
sold only ou tlio premises where
manufactured nnd shall not bo con
sinned on such premises. Tho an
nual fee for this llccnso shall be live
dollars ($.,. 00)."
"Fifth. To sell for a period of ten
yenn In quantities not less than live
gallons In bulk Intoxicating liquor,
other than wine, inanufnctuied In thu
Territory by tho licensee. Tho an
nual fco for this llceiibo shall be live
The members of the Houso nro very
much In earnest about this measure.
They hnvo given out that If tho Sen
nto does not adopt the report the
Ilouvo will kill the municipal bill,
which It holds as a hostage from the
James A. Wilder last night enter
tained twenty Hurvuid men at din
ner, nt which tho mganlzatlon of u
llaivaid Club wus effected. Wilder
U'nu nlr, lull HI i.uliltuil ntnl I, U lliiumiir
secretary. It wus decided that tho club
should usslst ono boy annually to pay
his expenses while attending Hatvuid
The naval tug Imqunls, l.lcul. Cm lei
In comiui"'' sailed for this city fiom
liar ''ere she ban been nucl
ei Mull 21. It took
h the tilp up
' is had a
A CASE OF BRONCHIAL ullH
PROMPTLY RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA
Mr. Walby, of Ontario, Canada, a Victim of Bronchial
Catarrh, Reports Himself Completely Cured
In Three Weeks.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, writes:
"I hnvo been taking I'crimn tor ca
tarrh of the bronchial tubes for thrco
weeks, nnd wns trill j surprised to Unci
Hint It effected a complete cure.
"I hud heard good reports of this med
icine, but bud never really known ot its
Catarrh of tho bronchial tubc3 often very quickly becomes catarrh of tlio
lungs. Catarrh of tholunrpj makes tho patient nn caty victim to tho germs
that causa tuberculosis. Sound lungs protect themselves against disease germs.
Feruna has acquired a lasting reputation in relieving catarrh of tho
throat, bronchial tubes and lungs. This prevents tho tubctcular bacilli from
gaining any foothold iu the lungs, nnd saves tho patient from the inevitablo
For special directions everyonenlcts and will cupply the retail trade
should read "The Ills' of Life," a eopyln
of which surrounds each bottle. Pc-S
runa is for sate by tho following drug -
SIX YOUNG LADIES WILL REPRESENT HAWAII THIS SUMMER
ON THE MAINLAND DV COURTSY OF THE
THE REPfilwIts AjM)
of a fine watch should not be
left to incompetent mechan
ics. Many Timepieces nre
ruined by unskilled workmen.
Don't neglect your watch
uuiii ii is worn out, uui uruig
it to US today for nn exami
nation. WE'LL TELL YOU THE
TRUTH ABOUT ITS CONDI
lie Meal Department
OPfcNS AT 0:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 p. in.
icconimodntions for largo paitics
later hour may be arranged.
illp i m Willi
valunhto qualities until I tried It for
myself, nnd found It such n line rem
edy Hint 1 feel like writing you this.
"You have no doubt hundred of en
dorsements, but no ono Is inure Mnrcru
norplo.iml to endorse It than I inn, !-
enuw 1 hnvo found It of such benefit lo
Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
The Best Chrouourapn tor the mon
ey in the world for sale by
M. R. Counter,
1142 FORT ST.
Wo havo marked our Purses and
Pockctbooko and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
Wo have a nlco line lo select from.
CREPE PAPER, all thades.
SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
tions. TOYS for Dlrthday gifts always on
A Flno Line of PICTURES.
The Placo To Go Tor Theso Things.
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PHONE MAIN 117.
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