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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T It, SATURDAY, IT.rj 21, 100S
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'DAILY mid WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily CTcry day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Pnrrlnitton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Moult, nmulirre hi U S .7ff
IVrUiiatUi an white In I S 2. no
I'cr car ttiivuluie in L) S .. H.tMi
I'erNrar KvtpniJ fontn, ll.no
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
Editorial Rooms, - 185
Business Office, - 256
Mu the loiiKshorcmen eat well
mid ililnK heart . The oiU li.mli
mill ilieie all the Rut.
All Rood thltiRM nio icunliiR to the
Hawaii ColleRo of ARilttiltuui anil
Mi'Lli.inlt Aits. Intt no mure than It
Toko nuto that l'orto lllcii In quiet
y m.il.lnR Rood headway tonnl .1
jil.iro In the fnnill) nt 'I en Itoi lei
If tho Santa Monlr.i story about
Japanese. takltiR iilrtuies anil map
pine Imiluira. hail a l'.irlti it.itt-:lliiu
It would he claused im all orlRlual
Wlllutt & Cray r1o aHsurnnro that
llieio will ho no Philippine tariff les
Islntlon nt this session There Is nl
ways a nlher llnliiR to the cloud ot
It reall looks as If Pcail llnihir
mlRht m.iteil.illzi'. In lilch rao
Ilauiill Hhoiild he ueclltcil with ha
Iiir sieut Uh own fluids llliernll for
These olllclaU anil c-oinclal3 havo
had almost enough experience to as
sure, a shunting license as the first
Item to ho looked after, when pre
paring for an Island trip.
Tho new beo expert while travel
ing on Kauai would do well to tako
a look nt the Mann lands nnd nlge
roba forest, to pass on the bee fututo
of tho area under dispute.
Kalaheo homesteads arc solving a
labor problem in Hawaii in a manner
that Is as far from being a contract
labor schcnio as the beet-sugar
knockers arc from the trutli.
That "nothing Is so cheap ns hu
man life" is made more Imprcssho
us tho ability to manufacture deadly
bombs advances more rapidly than
tho ability to protect tho victims.
Judge Kepolkal sa)s ho Is here to
answer charges. The llnr Associa
tion was bo "cxecutho" In its com
ment, that, now tho lctlm of tho iov
has spoken, they might as well out
Opinions may differ on tho appli
cation of tho McKlnley memorial
fund. Thero Is no doubt that tho
Kilohana Art League' Is doing good
work and takes high place as a cen
tal ot community energy.
It Isn't the fate of tho itcpuhllcan
party In the next election that is
troubling m many people. Who shall
control It Is the motive back ot all
the squabble, which' will probably
have Interesting developments hi the
It was a former small-farmer who
arose dining a plantation meeting
this week nnd remarked that ho pre
ferred an expenditure ot innnoy for
dhldends lather than on houses for
Kuropean laborers. It is astonishing
how qulikly a small-farmer changes
to a baron under the inllueuio ot
inoio almighty dollars.
It has been suggested that Ha
wallaus might better afford to pay
a ago that would uttract Intel
ligent American worktngmen nnd
so lmpioo iltUenshlp fiom tio
ground up lieet Sugar Gazette.
This Is the sort of material with
which the prgan ot tho beet-sugar
men Is attacking the effoit ot Hawaii
to obtain an amendment to tho Immi
gration law, and thus obtain Euio
pean settle! s. The duetto speaks ot
tho Kuropean immigrant ns a con
tract laborer. Its comment is t
mixed with absolute falsehood that
there seems little doubt ot Hawaii a
enemies Inning secured much of their
ammunition from local sources that
havo pretended they were assisting
tho "Americanization" of Hawaii by
condemning am) misrepresenting till
Kuropean immigrant movement.
triWmMi.il - if JMr4 '"i
Pir Six Mull i .Bo
Ptr'ii am w tin i ml s l.oo
IN i eir iiMlitir hi ii 1 1 1 i.Ho
Pit .ar hi ii.it 1 fui , 2. no
Emm I at Hie Pmlnffire at Honolulu
as hi ion It Uh matter
FEBRUARY 29, 1008
THH HIGH HANDSHAKE
Tho cllmile of Hawaii has it sub
diiliiR elleit upon tho permanent ies
Ideat It toftens lough surfaces,
louuds off edges, and lends to bring
all things Into h) nime.tr). Tor this
er) reison It la not lomluchc to
leadership and Initiative It abhors
ecientrlcll), mid grndually Induces
to a monotonous tonformlt) the arl-
able forces which make up oluntary
and Inuiluntury nature.
l'ew arc Independent enough to
lofuno to )leld een to senseless cus
toms If thi'su customs become fash
lon.ihle. The latest st)le or m.m-
neilsm Is accepted an ncict.ti.ir), liC'
thci It bo tho eailng of a high, un
lomfortablo cellar, or tho smoking
of a iltraiottc.
I'm mal social functions, the stale
repetition of what la dono by tho
"saudr falie" class In New Yoik or
Parts What Mr. HuiileKo said
.ibout heioes m.i) well apply here
' You may bo.ist of )om great hc-
io, soldier, or iuart)r, but I tell
ou. ni) son. It takes mote courage
to wear patched pants at a party
than to die on tho battlefield "
What has this wordy prcamblo to
do lth tho high-hand Bhako? Only
IN GRAND ERUPTION
Liauid Fire has risen in the pit
125 feet and is rising at the rate of
10 feet daily.
Visitors report tho awful grandeur
of tho Bceno bc)ond description.
Tlicue periods of Intense, activity are
not as a rule of long duration. Don't
delay )our lslt to this world-wonder;
don't miss the opportunity ot n
lifetime; don't be dissuaded from tak
ing tho trip.
The.SS. "KINAU" will leae Ho
nolulu on Tucsdu), Mcli. 3rd, at
noon, returning Saturday a. m. Mch.
Paro to Volcano nnd return, cov
ering hotel and transportation charg
She Is a flno iron steamer, fast and
Secure your passage at once,
l'or Information regarding tho trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu
PUNAH0U DISTRICT: Very de
sirable home, consisting of lot 75x95
well planted in fruit trees, and hocse
of three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath, etc.
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Hotel Street $20.00
Beretania Street S40.00
Victoria Street . . . .$35.00
Matlock Avenue $22.50
Kinau Street $30.00
Emma Street $24.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
King Street $15.00
Kcwalo Street $22.50
Kmau Street $35.00
King Street $18.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Nuuanu Avenue $20.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Kalihi Road $30.00
Hotel Street $50.00
Corner Fort and Merchant Eti.
irlirwl - ifiinrn
v. qiUfcnt Ujcmllv
One of the choicest build
ing sites in Manoa. Over 0
ncres of land. Five min
utes' walk from end of car
line. Beautiful view of
mountains And sea. Land
cleared and suitable for
cultivation of pineapples or
far small farming. The en
tire piece will be sold at a
very low figure.
Sjwd wk WW
(his: that theio arc only a few per
sons left who Indulge In It; It Is ob
solete. It had Its ogue among n class of
weak-mtniled (onformeis who upud
Kuropean st)les, and would hao
been willing to eat sawdust for
breakfast had that hpcn (ho "piopah
thing, )ou know."
Thin tho fashion or affectation
went out of high life and Infected
ser.int gills and out-of-the-way
places. It is now to be found In
llmlmctoo and l'osey CoVntj, In
diana. :: :: :: :: t: :: t: :: tt :: :: :: :: :: :: tt
CRIMINAL WEALTH AS
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tt The "litulncw" which Is hurt tt
tt by the movement for honesty Is tt
tt tho Kind of biihlness which, In tt
tt tho long run. It pajs tho country tt
tt to hnc hurt It Is the kind ot tt
tt business which hns tended to tt
make tho ery name "high tt
tt finance" a term ot scandal to tt
tt which all honest American men of IS
tt business should Join In putting tt
tt an end. The special pleaders for tt
tt business dishonesty, in denoiinc- tt
tt Ing tho present administration tt
tt for enforcing tho law ognlnst tho tt
tt hugo and corrupt corporations ii
it which hao defied the law, also tt
tt denounce it for endeavoring to ti
it secure sadly needed labor legtsla- ti
ti Hon, such ns a far-reaching law it
ti making employers liable for in- ti
it Juries to their cmplo)es It Is tt
tt meet and fit that the apologists it
it for corrupt wealth should oppose tt
tt every effort to relievo weak and it
tt helpless people from crushing it
tt misfortune brought upon them by ti
tt Injury in tho business from which ti
it they gain a baro livelihood. The it
it burden should be distributed. It it
ti Is hypocritical baseness to speak tt
ti of a girl who works In a factory tt
tt where tho clangorous machinery ti
it Is unprotected as ha Ing the ti
tt "right" freely to contract to ex- ii
it jioso herself to dangers to life it
ti and limb. She has no alternntivo it
tt but to Buffer want or elbo to ex- ti
tt poso herself to such dangers, and it
it when sho loses a hand or Is otli- it
it crwise maimed or disfigured for it
tt life. It Is a moral wrong that the tt
it wholo burden ot tho risk neies It
ti sarlly Incidental to the business tt
tt should be placed with crushing ti
tt weight upon tier weak shoulders, ii
ti and all who profit by her work ti
tt foenpo scot-free. This Is what ti
tt opponents of a Just cmplo)ors" ti
ti liability law adocato; and It Is it
tt consistent that they usually also tt
tt advocate Immunity for thoso most ti
tt dangerous members of tho irlm- it
tt inal class tho criminals of great ti
tt wealth. Hoosovolt's latest lues, tt
it Rage to Congress. M
tt tt it it tt tt ti tt ti ii it tt it it it
Bulletin Business Office Phone 220.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phome 185.
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Mode of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We havo two patterns in each of
tho followiucr colors:
WHITE VITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
30 inches wide,
- iTf - rTiir -itr-- ihf iM1-"" 'c"' -
Deputy Attorney (lenernl Whitney
has still to faco the chargo ot ton
tempt of court preferred against him
in tho matter of the estate ot C. All I.
Judge. Lindsay this morning denied
tho motion lo dismiss the griler for
Whitney to Bhow cause why ho
should not be punished for contempt
for not having paid over certain mon
c)s belonging to the estate.
WALLACH AND ATCHERLEY8.
248 Uerltania St.
IMItor lJ v e n I n g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
I'lenso allow mo to contradict )ottr
statement, printed in )our Issuo of
rob 28th "that Wnllach refused to
bco mo tho other day when I called
to sea him In tho Oahu Prison."
I was there last Sunday afternoon
and our conversation was all of a
friendly relation, t shall see him
ngain soon, mid 1 might add that he
ro ro long, I think ho will bo released,
Ilcforo closing, I might Btate that
Mr Wallach confessed to me how
two isitors nppronched him last
cek with a threat "tint tho Hawat
lans and ourselws wcro nil up In
arms against him.'" "So that, here
after ho was to look on tho white
element to pny his fine and In re
turn ho should follow tho nihlso of
that clique," but Mr. Wnllach refus
ed to gle them any satisfaction.
The Hawallaus & oursches are
still Mr. Wnll.ith'rt friends mid no
amount of")oui buil-doslug will al
ter our lelatlonslilp towards him.
MAKY H. ATCIIKL11Y.
DITCH WATER WILL
(Continued from Page 1)
been provided Slnco tho water nom
tho Ilamakua dltih has become nvall-
ablo tho plantation will be nblo to
lay out nil Its lands below tho 1000
foot leol, about 22G0 acres, l'or tho
1910 ciop It Is expected lo hao 1400
to KiOO acres ot plant cine and 000
ncies ot intoons under cultivation,
which will be the record for the
John Marks, who has ch loved no
toriety It not fame through tho ha
beas corpus proceedings brought by
Oeorgo A. Datls to free him from dur-
mice vile, nnd who still languishes In
jail, Is again to appear In tho lime
light. Another chargo ot cattlo
stealing is set for noxt Monday In
Judge Do Holt's court.
Attorncty"wm II. lloon, of this city,
now residing-, th Shanghai, China, Is
oxpected to' nrrho on tho Nippon
Mnru, duo hero ou March 13. This In
lormatlon cdmo by a cablegram Bent
to his father. It is expected that ho
will remain hero for somo time, re
turning to Ohlna In tho Biimmcr.
Christina Lopes has Hied suit
against Manuel V. Dranco, with Li
hue Plantation Co., Ltd., named ns
garnishee, for $200 alleged to bo the
balance duo nnd unpaid on a promis
sory noto for 1400.
Through tho efforts of her attor
ue), Jack A. L. C. Atkinson, Mrs.
Kim, a beauteous Korean lady, was
this morning granted n clhoico from
her iccnlcltrant husband, Shin To rig.
Tho libel was not contested
Thero will bo a rehearsal of tho
"Mascot" Monday next In tho Kilo
hana Art Leaguo hall at 7:30 p m.
A fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
We have jast recived a
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prices are very reason
able. H. F. Wichman & Co.
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WE CANNOT SAY TOO MUCH
Theso Women Say, in Substance, That Bcforo
They Took Pe-ru-na They Were Miserable,
They Were" Weak and Wretched.
After Taking Pe-ru-na Tlicy Were Restored to
Health and Usefulness.
This Is the Wholo Story In a Nutshell.
If Pe-ru-na Can Do Such Wonders For These
Women It Can Do the Same For You,
The housewife is the one I r- 'J,IP'7 hvWtmiil'' 1
who is best able to judge of;: xSSi" MmM
the relative merits of family ; y L-mm' 5 U) f K
medicines. It is sho that!:. ilP 1?-S11RS.Ll.vJAl)U j
knows the manv uses of Pc- 5 J. ; SWr. iunX
;r una' in the family. It isl ?ttfrfflE 1'?flNjm
lupon her testimonial that! MwB. s W?(1PlSn
chiefly depends tho popu-: tMhkz'ymlks h-&m MII!folllKJi
lanty which Pcruna enjoys. ; lflpS $L iftllllilil
U?iKJHP3V V 1iifeat&:raft0, tlSS "l
5i5't?v.' 1 'SSU&Stoi&sSi?? Un. I r fTAiirrrn -V
IWS A aBBgWlnA-DJrrcKf
uuSrjSskp wait II
Igf sm W? II
IULMUM1 1 IIIiJ, fra&ESi3JiH,
MRS. CAROLINE- fa
Stronjcr Titan for Years.
"1 am feellnp qulio well now. T can
work again and am atronger than 1 havo
been for) cars, anil 1 do bcllovo that
ycrunasaved my life.
"lam very thankful to jou for your
aiUlcu. 1 will aihlso all 1 can lo talio
The following wholesale druggists will
EVERY TIME you
MAY'S NEW PROCESS
you'll ring the bell for the second; and it will
be ready the cooK Knows good coffee and
he knows you'll want more. Our coffee has
always been popular, but since the great im
provement in the roasting process it is more so than ever before.
People who have once used it will never be satisfied with any other
Kind. It's a great deal better than before, but the price is the
same. 25c the Potasid.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
with office or pocket
DIARIES-for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref
erence. Each or all to he had at
Thrum's Book Store
ARE STILL OPEN
Accommodations unequaled any
where on tho heach.
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. Theso ar. tha new tel
ephone numbers of ths Bulletin offloc,
Pc-ru-na Gave llcallh.
Mrs. A. 11. hluufTor, Uaploma,
"I'cruna lias glen mo heallli
and strength ; It U tho best medi
cine that was over mado for
womon. My friends say they
never saw such a chango In a
woman. I talk to every ono
about l'eruna, I cannot say too
much for It."
A Remedy For Women.
ItUfiafoto eiy that o havo
thousands of loiters written to
Dr. llartmau front women who
repeat the pamonenllment lo ho
found lu Mrn. Btouffer's testi
monial: "My friends siy they
never f-avr audi a chango In a
woman." Over and oer again tlila
sentence is penned, by grateful women
who aro tuoro than illing that wo
should U6o their v.onlo to assist other
suffering women In finding i cure.
l'cruuals agrcatinedlclnofor women.
It cleanses tho Insldo of tho lxxly in
much tho saino way that water cleanses
tho outsldo ot tho body.
supply the retail trade: HONOLULU DRUG CO ' Honolulu, Hawaii.
finish the first cup of
Ladies' Neckwear at Cut
E have a big assortment of these beauti
ful SILK EMBROIDERED COLLARS.
II Latest Style. 50c cut
i YEE CHAN & CO.,
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojihway of Y. B., A. J. 0. C, No. C0247,
and Guenon Lad, 2nd A, J. C. C, No. G2301, at sciTicc at 810.
ill I tesilll
Mrs. K. T.Gaddls, Marlon,
"Ileforo I commenced ta
take l'eruna t could not do
any hard rork without suf
fering great pain. 1 took
lVrunaand Manalln,and can
tay with pleasure, thoy hao
dono moro for mo than any
other medicine 1 liao over
taken. Now 1 am as well as
ever, 1 do all my own work
ami it never huru meat all. 1
think I'cruna Is a great medi
cine tor womankind."
From Grateful Women.
w.ik Iron tiled with suppressed
and painful menstruation. 1 took
I'crnna according to yotu directions,
and uow 1 am well." Mrs.Jamcs l.lgu
inoy, tlrapo, Mich.
"We havo been tit Ing Temna for somo
time. To speak from a standpoint of ex
perience 1 can candidly say that l'eruna
H tho remedy for female, weakness.
"Prom a personal test and from tho
testimony of many others I shall not
hesltnlo to recommend II, especially to
all suffering women " Mrs. M. V,
Jones, nurnlng Springs, Ky.
"I suffered from
catarrh for many
years, but slnco
taking I'cruna I
feel strong alid well As 1 uned l'eruna
and Manalln while 1 was pausing
through tho chango of life, 1 am posi
tively convinced your beneficial reme
dies havo relieved mo of all my Ills."
Mrs.Mathlldo Illchter, Doniphan, Neb.
"I suffered with pelvic catarrh until I
wroto to Dr. llartmau, and after taking
treatment as lio adlsod, J can say I am
curcdof this most trying aflllctlon, for
which I am truly thankful. I never felt
better In my life, than 1 do at present."
Mrs. Kttn Hooker, Dunduiu, tjask,
N. W. T.. Cau.
to 25c; 25c cut to 15c
cor. Bethel & King
B glMTsaTTg. ..i 7rnrt"m'antn
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