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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , 8ATUIWAY, TED. 22, 1008.
(Continued from Poze 1)
WHEN YOU CATCH A COLD
Always Take a Few Doses of Pe-ru-na
Ii Is Dangerous io Xegieot a Cold.
Sjwfi 1wJi IboM
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.,
At 120 Kins Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every dny except Suniiay. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each woek.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Pnrrinjjton, . - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Mr. Oeorg.A Nicholas. TC Wellington Mrcet, Launceslon, Tasmanli
(Auitralla), li a prominent grocer, having been in the bmtness about 18
i years. He writes at follow
"I have on teveral occaMom. when alluded with a cougn or coia,
used l'eruna with tho best of results. . believe it to tie a spitnaia remcay
t for such atlmeati."
Per Month aiuwlicrt in I & .ft
PrrVJairtfi nherelnl i 3.o
Perer nm lu r in I t . H.un
IrrVrar postpinl Imnit i tl.oo
CIRCULATION LARIJEBT OF ANY
in the Territory
THE FLOP AL PARADE.
It im i to ilo thing
The "ajlug wai never hitter ix r,i
pl.flrJ In the city of Honolulu than on
Hits Wnthlnston's birthday of ln&
when the people of the conn icmblnei
Iholr entr? and urlHtlt ab.llt In ire
iUiup, a most iaasni.1i 'it lUial ci
pn u parade
Compar' on itli v. Lot other tltU
to In tiiN lint ait not possible, fot
there In no othn tlt on tlio face ol
the eartll th-it i in proluco the totiel,
of InilhlduiHoni that makes Hoiioluli
hisntl out Just n Utile better thnn an'
The nuracU In every detail vvai b
far the bout that has ever been hela
lu this city and the wldtVprcail Inter
pit on the part of the general $jlflnlli
In as eertsln an nssurane of th pr
mnnente of the nild-wlnttr feature, n
may be found In th enirMilqvIi eft
those who devotod time nntlTnoTTey lTT
the pre'iarallon of the float', dceorat
cil venules and the rldtri in ninden
nntl ant lent i-otume
Honolulu hai reason to take prh'.t
In the siies,s of this distinctly lb
vvallan event, and most heart io-i
eratulnlions nie due the nun hnviu,
the program In eharue Tor nn oven,
onee ulked of ns being passed thl"
year the parado was a ma-'alous ex
litbltlon of the reat working pouoi
Honolulu has when It can bo put it
It proves that a city profits wher
the ptoplo refuse to listen to the whin
ere, but t-ut together nnd do things.
KAUAI LAND PRO. LSMS
The review of the to-called Kapaa
land question, given In another tol
umn, Is the result of a personal Inspec
tlon by the editor of the II tfl I f t'J lis
who was the giiod of .laiiSger Kalr"
ihlltl during the visit er the appraiser
uppolnteil b) thr Governor Almost
every problem that 'Hawaii has to fat"
may be found Id the Kapaa land sit i
ntlon, and the most Impressive featur.
of tne romlltious at the pr-sont tirpt
Is the financial losa to all concerned
Neither the plantation operator nor
the homesteader has made any head
way Appearances Indicate that th'
present Territorial administration wIT
at least tarry out a polity that will
ullovv the Hue of the lands for sonv
purpo e There Is room for the
lioontadsr, ho will work tho laii'
nnd li not ashamed to do his own
work, ami the Btignr plantation man
. The ltuatlon at Kapaa ar.d th'
practical worl that Is bains done at
ICalnhco In homei'teadlng families thf
work on the si'gar plantations confirm
tho It ii 1 1 o 1 1 n in Its contention foi
J'urcnfin Imnlpratlon and the nlloi
ment of lands to present citUens or
Hawaii who wish land to establish a
permanent home An article on tin
Kaliheo honie-teads will follow in -later
Kauai's land problems a:c v.lt'i i ,n
or exceptions, the land problem . oi ti
whole Territory of Hawaii.
the american fondness for
Wo have been laughed at u good
(leal for our ' luordlnalo lino of ti
tles," when, nftor all, tho falling !s
ii iiulvcis.il ouo. To bo called u mil
lluualie or rich when ou art), Is not
p.irtlculaily pleasing, mid when ou
urn nut rich tho misapplication is mi
uppuiunt that it heroines annoying
To bo addieuied as "Geiieiul, '
"Colonel," oi oven ' Cup" liupllon
wao degree of provious activity and
liorolsm, so sou seldom coriect jour
(l.itterer Gcuurnlly, loo there Is
borne slight reiibon for tho tltln, Tho
number of Colonels who have never
Bsuii urtu.il service Is htupoudous, but
latudieth of them huvo earned the
title in boiiio other way, Buch us
leadership in u local company or
corps. " '
No man wc.iih his honors with
greater dignity than (Jenoral ,
nntl lie nover got anywhere near a
Held of battle. He headed u mob
once, led It to the jail which was hc-f-lrfied,
While tho primmer escaped
with tio Shorllt from u ioar tlour.
Tlio daily paper ilinil a glowing
account of tlio (ieiierul'8 htiategv.
and Oonorul romalneil to Ills tlying
P'r Six Vonllu ... & .R
Per Vear an)wheteiu l S l.oo
Pet Ytnr aiiliere in laiu.U l.rto
Per War ixiMpiiil luretsn .. 2o
. rrcl at tt,e IW'.fTitf At Honolulu
FEBRUARY 22, 1908
Rie.it tiencral or Colonel doesn't
iro n i n i fm the title he deserves;
I 1 1 tne ii'cudo tteneiuls and Colo
nels, i he ex-tlovcrnors nntl mi oil,
v.ho like theio titular luslnuntlons
l f feel like the stioke of human
mud on a cat's back
It hoi chI Dr Holmes to tall; shop,
r to be piiilscd about his authoishtp,
'nit lie would swallow tho crudest
'iralse of his fiddling when, In real
ly, he plnyed to bad!) on tho violin
that ho scaled off many niuutiidlug
.its nl night Tho screeches nntl
lerturbatliiiis lie worked off on Ills
itldlc wcri' s.ild to be pathetic
I'inlic a niastcr-pnlntcr about his
ork nnd ho will turn up his noc
I know all that," It -his unwoided
.nswor Hut say to hlin ou have
UeAjd that ho umkes'lfie best cup of
'BITco In tlieitaiit1,s"antl ho will be
joiu. Xi lend and oiTer you u MUiMilo
l Jila workmanship.
Ttdl Hotiievelt that he Is the
lutexmnn of tbn tlaj . nntl ho won't
l! on tu you, tell him(he stands lit
he head of the nnturc-wrltcis and
le will Invito von over to dlnnci .it
he White Houm1.
It Is human, vou know, to be made
d.ipe of. The H.iimim phr.iso Is
inly putting It another wa.v.
Nothing pleased Mr. (lliidsltino
'jotter than to be told that he chop
, eu down tree3 Uko a pood-chopper.
Jlckcns would chum with anybody
vim praised his acting, while I.ow
ll's great nmbltlon was to bo n dlp
loruit The only dlffeienco between the'
Kit i o pel us nnd ourbolvci In this iu-
pert Is that we are allowed to bo
ailed ".n tor" oi "Colonel" when
've have no right to it, antl In llu-
itipu undeserved titles uro foihltlden
DusLcr- now thor scrnnililo for tltltH
3 n Unglsnd.'-nntl, vlicn they have
ui licit them, how they ttlck to
The fart Is, wo ically care less for
'lonors of this ton tlmnnny other
iriple ' Wo I'on't place "A.I!." nnd
XI A or Either similar tlcgrees on
nvelopes we adilrcbs. Our slmp'lr
ty In this respcctWs admirable. And
ho acceptance of vernacular titles
ilf such thoy may he termed), while
in evidence of u half-tone variety.
Is, In some sense, only tho ntceptauco
of a mlltl foim of banter Wo laugh
.t ourselves, and allow others to do
"Good morning, General," says
tho cheerful Southton to his friend.
Vli howdy. Colonol." nnd they
Ten acres of pineapple land at Wa
Jiiawa. Good location. More land
adjoining if desired.
Buildinc site; College Hills, 40,.
COO sq. ft. Owner will accept mort
gage for full purchase price of land
provided buyer builds house.
TOR RENT FURNISHED
Hotel Street .,.850.00
Prospect Street $50.00
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Kinau Street $35.00
Lunalilo Street :$25.00
Xoung Street $25.00
King Street S26.00
Kinau Street 530.00
Kewalo Street $22,50
King Street $15.00
Aloha Lane 18.00
Matlook Avenue .S.OO
Emma Street $24.00
Bcretnnia Street $40.00
Cornsr Fort) nnd Merchant Sts.
Fort) nnd Merchant
He generous and phi
lanthropic along right
lines, but don't let your
generosity run to such
length thnt you pay
tribute (rent) to a.
landlord all your life.
Ilo jour own landlord
nntl pay rent to jour
;clf, and you will bo
happier and inoro pros
perous. The tlmo to
buy Is now. See Trent
Trust Co ,
both finish smoking their cigars on
Nothing wrong about that, Is
there? Vet, to a visitor who does
not know as v.'ell, It may appear n
nn "Iiiorillniito lovo of titles."
Our village tliugglsts are called
' Doc," which Is not icscntcd by tho
local physician. Wu tall our il"ii
tlsts "Doctor," our vetetlnarj sur
geons the same, nntl many bache
lors of medicine nnd members of tin
ropean medical societies who huvo
no legtl right to the title.
What matters It?
Let ever man have his own
Harmless conceit sntlslted. It keeps
him good-natured And It docs no
JLiim, bo long as It grants no pilvl
lge that Injures another.
In Alabama thcro are moio Gov
ernors to the squat ci Inch than uny
where elt.e. Every other man cither
has been Governor, Is Governor, or
hopes to be, and the title goes to
.HI alike "Guv'n'r "
The simplicity nnd approachable
ncss of tho really great are proverbial.
That Is bccauFo a genius Is discerning
nnd recognizes that every Individual
uo mat'sr how Ignorant or lowly he
may be, has tome new fact fo'r the
man who knows how to get It.
The nearer together tree are, t't
punier they grow, nnd It serins to Ii
tho same with people In dlles. Orlg
lnnllty and wcll-flhietl mental wealtli
tomo from tin' country.
('Continued from Pace 3)
von Holt, Randolph Hitchcock, Eaton
Magoon, Raymond Lucas, Wrag
Ilcrgstiom, Oswald Steven, Douglas
ilaldwtii, Edward Stacker, Thurston
Taylor, George Murray, William
Hansen; Court Hnrlequln, Itonold
W A. Grcenwcll, lu charge; W. L.
Castle, assistant. Mies llattle Lucis,
Miss Mary Lucas, Mlsa-Rosio Her
bert, Arthur Hough, roster Wont!,
C 1' Choclt, Tom Pcdio, Jr., C. Col
lins, Jas. Cullun, Herbert Turner,
Din McCorrlston, Win. Wond, Geo.
Wont), L. K. Smith, Jno. Mnrcalllno,
D Torres, V. Avolro. Win. Holt, Chas.
Holt, Miss Madeline Itoss, Geo. Rlsli
inan, Carter Onlt, Walter Grace, Er
nest Hlshmiin, John Gnnsalvcs, John
Hclha, E. j Gay, Joo Ilodrlques, Mar
cus Monsarr.it, Win. Oudcrklrk, Mlis
Wnttlo Holt. II. JL Summer, Miss A.
Low, M. Costa, D Avelro, Walter Ko
lamoKti, Harvey Hough, Antono Ixi
pez, John tie Mello, Edward Pulavvn,
Chris, Holt, Joe Leal, Miss Maud
Johnstone, I J. Ilurd.
KAONOHIOKALA PA-U IlIDEUS
Mrs. Puiihl, Mrs. Kaumnka, Mrs,
Dins, Mis, Kaluapapaklnl, Mrs. Kn-
lllnnu, Mis. Nakiipnahu, Mrs. Ireno
Sllva, Mrs Knuvvc, Mrs, Hiialou, Miss
Lucy Woodward. Mis. M. Hoonanl,
Mih. Mnliiac, Mis Anrhllo Keamn,
is Stable, ..'..J Emakal, Mrs. John
ion. WAKINEKONA PA-U IHDEHS
Mrs. ltoin, Mrs. Kaplo, Mrs. Llau,
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
B. f. Ehlers
P. O. Dox 716
First Prize Mrs. Hila
Second Prize Mrs. Katjplani
Third Prize Mrs. Walanika
First Prize John Fernandez ,
Second Prize Sonny Gay ' .
Thiiil Prize Ernest Qonsalvcs
First Prize Marcus Monsatrat
Second Prize Walter Grace
Special Prize Harvey Holt
Special Prize Kilinalti
First Prize Miss Wattie Holt
Second Prize Miss Annabel Low
Best-Appearing Couple of Ladiet:
First Prize Miss Holt and Miss Low
Second Prize Miss Herbert and Miss Lucas
First Prize r . , . Mis3 Ross and Mr. Lishman
Second Prize Miss Smith and Mr. Clark
Juvenile Girl Riders:
First Prize Miss Ross v
Second Prize .. . Miss Herbert
Juvenile Boy Riders:
First Prize r.
Juvenile Turn-Out :
First Prize .'
Mrs. Aivvohl, Mis, JaLkson, Mm.
I'umclila, Mrs. M.ilil, Mrs Isaac, Mrs.
Kiilrmuii, Mrs Kekiiowa, Mra. Kupu
lit n I. Mm. Tuck Williams, Miss Ke
kua, Miss M. lino, Mis. Emnkal, MIbj
Mario Hiram, Miss Julia Lul, Mlsi
The arrival of the parade at Puna
how wa3 an tmprslng sight, antl was
greeted with applauio by tho largo
crowd. wlilch had gathered there. The
judges and the ollirlals vvcto ut the
stepslradlngr' up to Bishop Hall,
vvhene'e n gootl vli w of tho paratio vvn
Klrst the rjttlre parade filed before
tho Jiultfej, and after that, when the
f rlze-vvlnucryjlftd been decldotl upon,
winners were railed forth In front of
the Juilgivs' stand, whero they received
tlio prized from Mrs. Governor Krear
The autonipbllo allotted to tho press
representatives afforded them an ex
cellent op;io,risnlty of seeing ever'
thing that wfifi on, The chauttVir,
William J. w.wt. vas an 'expert nt
covering tho distance from one point
to another 13 tho shortest tlmo pos
"lule Just tf kind of a driver tho re
At a publle,;meetlng held in Koala
kikua reccilly "Tim Kona Auxiliary
of tho Hawaiian Territorial 1-ongno
tor the Hellcf and Prevention of Tu
berciilosls" was organized and the fol
lowing officers elected for 1!)0S:
Rev D. D. Wallace, president;
Messrs K Wnllacc, E. E. Conant and
W. M McQuald, vice Presidents; T. C.
White, ictordlng secretary; Mrs. Good I
line, treasurer; Dr. A. S, llaker, J A ,
Magulre. 1 S. Aungst, IL, P. Woods, j
11. Ortenvcll. A. 8. Wall. V It. Orccn-i
well, J P. Curtis, L. Macfarlane, J. D
.. . .. i.. . .. ... . .... ...J
ran?. .Mrs, ur.ncr, ic. iiinti, ariiiiu
Greenwcll, W. W. llruner, Advisory
Hoard, Mrs It. Wallace, Mrs. XI, P.
Woods, Mrs. J. A. Magulre, Mrs. E. E
Conant, Mrs. J, P. Curts, Miss 13.
Parle. Mrs I). 1).' Wallace, Miss L.
Ackenran, Mrs. T. C. White, Miss
Mossle, Mrs, A. S. llaker, Mrs. Mat
Ihewman, Mrs. Hind, Mrs. W. W.
Women's Auxiliary E, S. Goodhue,
On Publication Miss C. Grecnwcll,
A fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
We have just received a
large assortment of Stylish
C0UBS of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prices are very reason
able. H. F. Wichman & Co.
Kilohana Art 7cague
Mr. 1 . S, Aungst. Dr. E. H. Goodhue.
On Publicity Mrs. I.. S. Aungst, Dr
On Lecture and Public Meetings
Mrs. II. Wallace. Mrs. It. P. Woods,
Mrs. O. P. Maydwell, Miss A. Green
I On Legislature
ment Hon V. It
D. Paris, Hon. J.
On Itcllef Mrs,
nnd Law Enforce
Grcenvvell, Hon. J.
A. Matthcwman, G
D. I). Wallace. Mn,
T. C. White, Mrs. Aungst, Mrs. It
On Dairy Inspection
W. M. Mc
Quald, E. B. Goodhue, I
On KInancc Mrs. Uaker,
Mr J. Co-
limit, Mrs. Goodhue. Mrs, I
On Visitation Ml?3 D. Neal.
Ackermnn, Mra. 1). I). Wallace,
On Hygiene and Public Health W.
W. llruner, E. E. Conant, L .Macfar
lane, J. D. Paris.
Waistcoats are tho rago at present
also buttons which appear on a dress
In all torts of unexpected ways; they
oro usually covered with the material
the dress is made of, and are repeated
on tho chouldera and sleeves, also on
tho basques of coats.
With tho exception of tho reappear
ance of the long sleevo and tho draped
clinging skirt, .there Is not miiih
change lu tho fashions since last winter
A LARGE per cent, of chronic all-
ments begin with a neglected cold. ,
A cold produces congestion ot some,
Internal organ. TbecongcsttSn at last
becomes chronic shit organic diseasois
' When an organic dUctse becomes
thoroughly established, It Is abolutcly
Incurable Thus It Is dangerous to
neglect a cold.
A remedy should always be si band
that can be relied upon to promptly re
lieve a cold.
Thcro It no hotter remedy In tho world
for this purpose than Pcruna, which has
been lu uso for a great mayy years.
It has been the standby In a multitude
ol homes as a remedy for rolds. con.: In
antl catarrhal allmeuu of-sumijir and
The following wholesale" drug-jllENSON. SMITH & CO., l HONOLULU,
gists will supply tho retail trade HONOLULU DKUQ CO.. f HAWAII.
with office or pcclcct
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref
erence. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
WATER - COOLEB
PER CENT, of all American and European cars, includ-'
mg the leading makes, are WATER-COOLED
cent, ate AIR-COOLED.
"Water at eay temperature can bs relied
, engine ; it adds very little to the weight of a car and prevents repair
bills, which cannot be avoided with overheated engines cooled by oil, or
AIR-COOLED cars may be all right in a cold climate. But in the
tropics the wise nan will buy a WATER-COOLED car every time.
Here are a few of the leading WATER-COOLED cars:
Come and see them at our show-rooms.
Demonstrations cheerfully given.
The von Hamm-Young Co.,
Wo will give n few pcclmen of tlio
many teitlmonlals vva have teceived
from different parts of tho world as to
theilhcicyof Perunuata remedy for
'I contracted n severo cold, nnd ho
came aiiilcied with a bad Cough. I began
taking Peiuna. In a short tlmo my
cough aud cold Avcro gone." Mr. IuiH
MonpctlOlSl bt. Elizabeth Ave, it.
Henry, Montreal, Canada.
'I have received great benefit from
Peruna, and hopo to see it In my coun
try, Cuba. Tho homo protected by
Pcruna Is free fromcatanh." Mi. Jojo
1. Soler, President Cuban Prult Co.,
Ml? Jerome Ave,. New Vork.N Y.
"A noon as 1 get a cold I entl for
Peruna. ilul it drives It out of nn vs
tern "-Mr I. Clifford Pltrg, Ir .1?) .
Marlall itrccl ltiel.nio.al. a.
AHE STILL OPEN
where on the beaclt.
j only ten per
on to cool the
les , ,
timdmt. vm jltium".
tnfc.1 , r.. Ilw tr'. ''-jHttifa&Mto