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Jfter tho tn ml lector has matin
Ills l omuls, there hIiuuIiI tic ntoro kcii
crul talk of iptiirnlns good times.
Tlio Pile nil has entitled Mr
TlfuliiK's .1 noiseless campaign
Now vvouldu t that jai the deaf, dumb
U "olil pnl" Mcllildo M as excited
njjhls i utiles BlIKKent, lie ullmilil have
njcaio Nervous lirostratlon Is lint
on his ti .ill
DelcRato Kuhlo's rubles Rle the
Impression that ho has hopes of ac
tion of Mime Mini, thoiiKh the subsidy
bill he slated for the shtir.
iltcnr) Vlda Is said to have run Oft
with Athl Labor pail) secuts. Ilen
ly hns nut hecomv round-shouldered
from the weight of tho harden.
Circnt things are expected of Itnml
KRitlon Agent Timor. If successful
he will K down to hl.slorv as the
man who diil the most for the Atner
leuiilzatlon of Hawaii
jA stilke of laborers on public work
of the Pcdtril Government. This
bounds nnv thing hut nice, when tl3
Government Is doing iiiulIi to nib
nnro tho fortlllcntlons of the Island
Portuguese residents contemplate
lng emigration to llrazll at the ev
pense of that Government, havo
milch to learn tegirdlifg tho pcrcent
nge of cost tho Drazlllans ate likely
to pa j.
Koospvclt Is receiving hundreds of
letters demanding that ho accept rc
noinlnntion for a third term. He re
sponds with the announcement that
Wllllnm II Tatt will be nominated on
the first ballot.
So Los Angeles thinks thnt each
city of the Coast should hive a yacht
In, tho Tmus-Paelflc Hace. That's
tho way It looks to Hawaii. Our
yacht Is ready. Where aro the "hust
lers" of the Pacific Coast7
I'lo thousand dollars having been
uppropilated for the Improvement of
tjio grounds at Port Shaftcr, Jloana
lua gardens are to havo a competitor.
In other words, Moaunlu.i will fur
nish tho Army with pointers on how
to, cieato the most beautiful Army
post In tho service
Kentucky was one of the States
whoso delegates were conceded to
Palrbanks. Tnft got them. Ho alsc
obtained a delegation from llatne
with a resolution something Hko this
behind them "We aro opposed to lu
stiucted delegates, hut we are In fa
oi of Win II Tnft ns Piesldent of
tho United States "
Tho Salt Lnke City Trlbuno says
that "tho report of the Committee
on Xitvul Affairs treats tho wholo
question (Pcnrl Harbor) In n spirit
of national patilotlsm that Is In ev
ery way to bo commended." As this
leport was picp.ircd by Secretary
McClellan, Hawaii will continue til
take tho cicdlt for ability to do
Apropos of tho offort to prevent In-
Ururted Democratic delegations, the
'Commoner" offers tho following
Veiy sensible paragraph: "It the
leadeis will examine, tho recoul of
those who now opposo Instructions
tho will find that most of them havo
favored Instructions vvhenover thoy
could sec mo Instruction for their can
did ite Several who ate opposed to
instructions this year vvpro demand
ing Insti actions In 190-1. Dishonesty
Is no bcttei in politics than It Is in
business and It Is dishonest to con
ceal one's real reasons for opposing
Instructions Inductions aro domo
ciatlc nnd they aro honest "
Students of history and patriotic
Americans will llnd Tho Journal of
Amoilcnn History ' published In Nov
Haven, ono of tho hest modern me
diums for Information and education.
This Journal is obviously founded on
n high ideal, and Hdltor Miller Is to
bo congratulated on the editorial and
mechanical perfection that mark his
offorts. Tho Journal Is distinctly
American, dealing Hist with the land-
Per Six Moulin . ., .no
I'cr rar aii)therc In t' l.oo
Per Year an)vhfre hi CqiiiJa I. no
Pcrtar ollaid (oreii 2. 00
Enttrvil ai tit IWoflicf at Honolulu
a Mituh I ilavi m titer
MAY 9, 1908
mm Us of our glorious hlstorv and
flnnlle issemlillng the hest thought
anil opinion of tho picbcnt da. Tho
idltcu n he alms to make his "the
most beautiful magazine in Anietka."
He Is making good.
It Is quite right to buy a few
shart of I, nt tc palng mi
hour i i C , Hunts are clu
ing no not Ire kj hero
11 ' . Informs tho peo
ple that lie Is tho roiiini iiidct-lu-chlct
of the Ami) and .Nnvj Tomorio
lie will remind them that he Is their
Had Hawaii Hepuhlleaus havo do
rlaud foi high tailff and no levislou
while instituting for Tnft, thej
would havo been In a better position
They can now Impiovo their position
If the delegates to Chicago fight Pv
a high-tariff platform and vote fjr
What fie Saw At
Mr. C. L. La Rue nf Kflrrampiitn
California, who has travelled exten
sively around the world, returned
from Hawaii by the S. S. "Mauna
i-oa; luesctay 01 mis weeK; in an in-
fAMIiaill Vis. rtii1
"Yes, I havo Just berti to tho Vol
cano Was It worth while? Weill
I should think so, It was vvoith go
ing jiotinil tho world to see. I would
not havo missed It for uny consider
ation; It Is a spectacular nnrform-
ance which cannot bo described; It Is
so awfully fascinating thnt one can
nanny leavo It. If my business
would havo permitted, I would have
remained theio a week. Tho wonder
to mo Is that your Honolulu nconle
do not make more of It, they can't
icallzo tho extent of tho present ac
tivity ; I understand that hundreds of
icoplo went up to beo tho flow or
1907, and that It was not n hit mnm
nttractivo than Kilauea Is at the pres
Evcrvbodv returns fmm tho vol
cano with the same enthusiasm, and
yet Honolulu ha3 not awakened to
the fact that a great eruption is tak
ing place within twenty-four hours'
imvei ot ner gaie3.
For information regarding trip an
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Kor. ion ana iwenant Sts.,
Punahou Distriot, College Street,
Lot 75x125, three bedroom
modern cottage $3200.
MakikLDistrict, Kinau Street, Lot
50x"90, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
FVEN1NO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II, 8ATUITOAY,
Own a Home In
Buy a lot and build a
home in Honolulu's
most attractive suburb.
Break the rent habit
it's only a habit, and
an expensive one at
that. Lots are cheap,
terms arc easy; now is
the time io buy.
Sjwfi flmk LoM
'1 hero Is not a Democrntlr caiull
date In the whole list that iindei
st.imls tho needs of Hawaii and the
1'acltlc as well as llrynn. That Is
why the Democrats of Hawaii should
cast solid six otis foi him.
MAGAZINE ACCURACY AND
Mnga7lucs are always tonecf
Their wilteis havo mote time to
prcp.uo the aitlilis and aic thole-
fore ulilu to eliminate Hie triors that
ciccp into the nunc htiiiicdly-wiltteu
This Is the general impiession.
Wo Wish It might be quite tlUC,
and legiot exceedingly that Hawaii
figures In one of tho more lccettt er-
nii.s of nijg.uino woik,
I nilcr the geneinl heading "On.
Colonial Kniplte," tho current Issue
of "Tho Wot Id Today" pubjishes a
leading article b) Wlllard Preach,
entitled "Hawaii: Our Porgotten Key-
to tho Pacific."
The first illustration is a complete
surpilso to" the person who knows
any thing of tho Island or Oahu en
who hns studied tho maps or dcscrlpt
lvo llternttue of tlid Islands.
A beautiful photogi.iph of tho
Walhici gulch on the opposlto side of
this Island fiom Pearl Harbor Is giv
en ns "Pearl Haibor," the future na
val stiongliold of America In Hawaii
and the MId-Pnclflc.
The photograph lends Itself to tho
poetic license of tho romancer most
acceptably. Tho cliffs rise sheer on
either side nnitho Jutting bluff il
tho head of the gulch Immediately
mouses tho Ignorant roader to nn ap
preciation of tho caso with which a
wniship might entei this "harbor,"
hldo behind thnt headland, and bo
Hut thero is not nn Item or truth
In tho beautiful ropresentntlon. Nei
ther a flshorman's dory nor n Japan
ese sampan could get Into this placo
pictured ns Pearl Harbor. Tho bui
loundings nrc no innro like those of
Peail Ilarboi than a hedgehog Is Hko
Mr. Piench says sonio very nlco
things of Hawaii
If it bo necessary, how over, for
magazines to sccuro their articles on
Hawaii from disinterested observors,
n gieat blessing would bo confeircd
on tho Tonltory and the reading pub
lic If nn effort vvcro lnndo to check
up tho facts pievlous to publication,
with someone who knows.
It Is fall to "Tho Wotld Today" to
Btate that It Is not the only magazliio
that has niado an error.
Jim Drlscoll, the Kngllsh feathei
w eight champion, is on his tii to
Ameilca. Ho Is reported to havo
balled for Now York ji fow days ago.
Hero Ibia match for Abo Attoll. Drib
coll classes with men Hko Howkei
nnd Moinn and would ho n big card
with Attoll. I.uko Mnilscli tiled to
match Attell nnd Ililscoll for thfs
month, llo olToied. Dilscoll J2,.-i00
win, loso or drnw for his "lilt," but
lecolved no reply. Slnco then tho
nnglishman ni.ulo up his mind to
For Ywir Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in strinM nnlv
We have two patterns in each of
me louowing colors:
WHITE WITH PINK J
WHITE WIIH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
30 inches wide,
(Continued from Pasc 11
that tnoj nro in all respects iiualillcd
to acquire (lorornment Wnds ns set
out In Section 317 or the said Itevised
L.1 W 8.
And your pclltloneis will uvr
ll. IV '
The pclltloiieru me seven In num
ber, and sign tho document us tot
Iowb Anlnu Vim You, stage ownei ;
Sam Peter, loamstei , L All Ko,
te.imstcr; David L. Ah You, telephone
opeiator; Oswald Ktkarlali Wnnea
Wnlknlal, preacher; Kekunlpoo, wire
or J Paoa; Kaiwo Keokl, wile or
The balance of tho petitions nro In
tho samo form as the above. Klght
petitions nsk"for the opening of lands
of Kanohoululal, containing IU 83
acres Thoy nro: Henry, special of
ficer, John William, road laborer,
Toma Wntson, road laborer; David
Kalapi, fanner; .Willie Ilolahola,
load iiintonler; Ulysses II. Jones, po
lice omior; Kamnawo Alolnu, teams
tei, Llloa Apa, wife of Apa.
Clglit petitioners usk foi tho open
lng of tho hiul of Kawnlloa-uka, at
K illiin They are: Akunl Aknn, tci
ilni Ktilla Knlcl (w ), Abiaham
Knl.iwnla and Kalnwala Kaonn, lice
pl inters; I). i'lilnu, pl.intntlon hand;
Ktiknlil, laborer; David K. Pele, Ka
Imi Kiiulnuiilo, Knniikn, nnd Hapo
null laborers; Knlevvo Mokulkl,
voting girl; Kolomon i nnd Albeit P.
Poonlka, llshermen Kaauuauii (vv.),
iiiul Ida Ah Tat (w )
1 he petitioners iisl for tho open
ing of the land of K.iwalloa-lclc, at
Knlliia They nte ,Melo Maltoo
tw ), wife of police otlleci ; Solomon
Miilioe, Jr., son of polite olllccr; Of-
en Kalolelkl and llobhlo Knlclclkl,
liborers for W. (1 Iiwln; Knliuo, .1.
Nnvvidu Kallienul, 1) Ihiokn Kanlnti-
plo. and .1. K. Kniil.niplo, llshermen;
Jllbs Adeline Knlclclkl and Hllm iva
It Is undcislood that another ap
plication foi n littge tiact of laud,
also In .koolnupoho will be filed In
the near future, Utile being u largo
nunibei of applicants for this tract
All tho applicants nu lliiwallnns, nnd
ill nro aftei small pieces of laud, on
an average Iho to M acres each, or.
which thuy want to mnko their homes
and plant plnenppUs and other ctops
HII.O, Hawaii, Mn 5. Ther6 was
nothing wildly .exciting about the
Iltst game played nt Moohcau Paik
on Sunday nrternoon whon tho llllos
dote iled the lly A C team by the
suggestive scoienf f" to 1. The sec
ond game was niucli lictlcr. the iloo
heaus shutting out tho Nnniwns with
a score K o 0. Blx of the runs weio
scored In the first inning and out
side or that tho game v. as closely
contested. Tho work or the Nanlw.i
pitcher eanio In Tor warm praise.
Charlie Aldcn umpired both games.
Pollowlng is tho Btandlng of the
tennis In the Hllq jlttscball League:
P. W. L. Pet.
Moohcau a 11 0 10UO
Nanlwa '....a l 2 ::a:i
ii. a. c a l 2 asj
IIIIo 3 1 2 3'.!.l
Next Sunday's ball games nt Moo
hcau Paik will bo ns follows: 1:30
p m , Nanlwas vs. II. A. C.'s; 3:00
p m, llllos vs. Moohcaus.
CONCERT AT KAILUA
('Special to Tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n)
Kallu.1, Hawaii, May 7. Last Mon
day evening a concert in aid ot tho
church was given by Mr. Alu In tho
Palace giounds. Tho cittlro ptogrnm
was sustained by Mrs. Antono nnd
iho Misses Gcrtiudc, Clementina and
Knmna Alu, assisted by tho Sym
phony Club. The peiformeis iccelv-
ed many encores and tho bong "My
Honolulu Queen" brought down tho
house. Many of tho Jurors and legal
talent wero present. After tho con
ceit an Impioniptii daniu was held,
tho Symphony Club providing the
music. Tho wholo affair was voted a
Mill Mll CC 1 c .
IF YOUR WATCH
it certainly needs repairing,
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let us examine it.
Our Watclunakcrs Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION it you will
biing your watclt to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
MAY !), 190S.
WORKMEN ON FORT STRIKE
(Continued from Tfl.se 1)
3 30 o'clock In the nrternoon, V. W
Hills, tho beiul-luna there ordered
us to work tight on until 3 10 o'clock
This wo ih cllned to do unless wo
wrio paid extra for It Tho riuirrel
stnrted between Do Pries, the mint
directly over us, nnd Hills, tho head
lun.i Wo were finally told by Da
Pries to quit and wo obeyed his or
tier this cwnontiy ma not picnst
Hills, nnd he refused to O K, our
pay-roll Ills action angered us and
we tiult the woik
"Another thing Is that Mr Hills
made us work on Sunday without
pay. This kind of buslines was not
light, nud that is another reason wo
do not vvnnt to work undei htm. We
like to get what Is title us nnd, un
less that is settled, wo do not expe't
to work for nothing"
Captain Otwell, when Intervlovve I
about the reported strike, said. "In
the first place, If those men had nnv
complilnt to make, they ought to
have como to mo Instead ot nlrlr.g
their grievances In the newspaper.
Had they come to me mid told P'c
about tilth tumble, I (citalnlv would
havo Investigated tho matter myself
oi oideicd someone In my behalf to
looit into It If their claims -no
right, they will ho paid. No man is
expected to work for tho United
Slates (inv eminent and get no pay
"My inform itltm Is that Mr. Hills
made the men woik on Sunday, haul
lng some lumber out ot tho water
Hvldcntly Mr. Hills thought It was n
caso or necessity. There are two
things that an Atiinrlcau citizen 1
opected to do, namely: to piotcet
lire and pioperty. Mr. Hills nitiPt
hnvn thought It was ruuiso of emer
gency nud that It was theiefoio no
essiry to putect property. In in
opinion It was not a case ot cinei
geiuy nud Mi. Hills was pot Just I
lied In making the men woik on
Sunday ns ho did. In conclusion, I
would say that those men who did
woik on Hcinl.iy will ho pild by the
Lulled Slntes (lovernmeiit. if no 1
will pi) them out of my own pot l
ot" Captain Otwell stated that it
would have been bettci for those J
men to havo tome nnd laid their
complaints before him Instead of f"
lng to the newspipeis. He wits not,
able to say whether mi) or nil wouU
letiitn to woik.
Notlco of appeal has boon filed In
tho t.tbf of Win A Hall vs Chlng
Tarn Slice, widow of T, Wlnam
In tho case ot J. J. Hvuio vs. Clms
IHker. the tlcfcmhiit has appealed to
tho Clicult Court.
Largo Soursops, Cc each; Chlncso or
anges, Ic a pound; Pomegranates,
Cocoanuts, etc.; Prcsh I'ggs, 35c it
dozen, town dcllvciy. Addiess
Ilnriy Itobcits, Houghtalllng Uoa 1,
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Tiling Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; alio, New Jersey School
Church Turn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination - Adjustable
Desks and Scats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Imports to order,
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
AT the culmination of every
great attainment scien
tific, political or commer
cialthe hasty and thoughtless
cry "luck," and deride the fickle
ness of fortune; but the know
ing look within, for they recog
nize in this final success the
courageous, constant and en
lightened effort of a lifetime.
Stein -BIocli Clothes
present the fruits of over fifty
years' daily endeavour to excel.
The knowing, both the merchant and he who wears
them, express their recognition by their preference.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd., Agents,
Fort and Merchant Streets
i..i,;.it,. rrNliftvurhliil'Uhi .rfwf, n
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MY OLD AGE.
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Out., ntnds, writes:
J "Your celebrated remedies i3ict
been a u ondcrtul boon to tuc In my 1
t old age. 1
"I bine not been ill so mmkI beullb for
several years ns now. I was trouliltd
with ronatlpittoti, rhcumatlim nud
"A lllt.o over two yenrs ago, I com
plcloly lost my lunllh, btiuntlng al
most helpli'i, when n dctr friend sent
mo jtiur reined le, Pt runaand Mnnalln,
I iK-gan to tako Hum, following the
directions on tho buttle, 1 very soon
began to feel Iwnelltcd by their uso and
"I am now completely rtcovorcd from
thonlxminllmi nt, in fact, better thin
1 havo been for jcirs pint, I cuinot
jirilKO the remedies too highly nnd vs 111
ulwnv a recommend them toothers."
Constipation Is alinoit j.uro to set up
Itctaimd ncciimulatlons within the
bowels nro pirtl reibsorbed Into the
system, producing sometime rhouina-
tisiii,vonieiimcs Mtiitvy irouuto,
Tho following wholcsalo drug-f
gists will supply tho retail trado (
"Do not let the good things nt lire
do ou out of tho 11HST things."
It is always the same old story with oil lamps daily trim
ming and filling, broken chimneys, smoking, ill-smelling lamps
and unsatisfactory light.
Electricity has no disagreeable features. Just press the but
ton and the house is filled with a light that rivals the light of day.
Let us estimate the cost of wiring your house.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
We expect a lot of
J. Iff. LEVY & CO.
- tin for Kidney and Rowel Troubled
'Iho blood being suriiiiigtcl with
nrltl., which ordlinrlly Hud their is
csjio through tlioliowtls whin they nro
re r:ulnr, rliuitmticni Is tin result.
Acid blootl forms cr)stal, whltii nc-
Climullto nbotit the llgami Ills, carti
lages and sometime tho bones In tho
Such morbldicciiinulitlonfl of blood
throw extra work upon thu kidneys.
Tho kidneys lining unable to perform
the unusuil labor of excreting tlienti
poisons, often glvo way and kidney
trouble Is the result.
Permanent relief cannot bo re-nonv
lily oxpected except by correcting Iho
I Regular ion els arc a great Fate-1
! guard to health. 1'crunaandMan- T
alln are unexcelled the u orld oi er 1
for chronic diseases affecting the
bow els and kidneys. t
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Mrs. W. W. Lamastor, 111.7 MeAtto
Ave., Louisville, Kentucky, U. H. A.,
writes thnt she Ruffertttfor twcnty-slv
jcirs with bladder nnd kidney trouble,
nnd Hint t Ight bottles ot l't rnna and
three) bottles of Maualln entirely cured
imv-nt irr tt
nnxsoN. smith & ro. I .:...' '"'
LIGHT is the
P. 0. BOX 144.
CH0ICE CUT no3ES' carnations
VlUXiJli), fells., X.lj.
Mrs. E. II Taylor,
'$ i 'fill
1 - i m i,
i! i vlv, hi 4
SStf. 1 ell 1 I l'HfS