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At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu. Territory of Hawaii "
tlZ) rrery day except Sunday Weekly issued on Tueiday of eack week
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Wullnco R. Purrlniston, - - Editor
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CIBOULATION LARQEST OF ANY NEWPAPEB PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
HPf J Editorial Rooms, - 185
Unllvd Stntcs Sunntor llrlntow cele
brated Ws election by tttntlnc that
Harrlman' uliould lie lu Jail So many
huve said that before nntt Inter lio
coiuo to conservative nml tnme.
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With ConKi'csa wi soon to mljourn
Hawaii will do' well to contlmio the.
movement of cnllttiR upon tho Amur
of JrclRht to furnish
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,v,1(SK. ..,.. - ""'of Honolulu, and when tho Hoard
m earners. ,' meets tonlKht, there will be n motm-
, T r , ,-in,..", ., ' tnlnoiiH pile of documentti to go
A popular to to In I a for nla on tho h
Japanese qneatloti wmld be one of, ,.,. ,,., ,, , ,,.,,,.,,
the most Interests int. n lmaKln-
able It ralRht require tho I'enro
of tho Meet to keep tho peace nmoiii. !,, , l0l,Mcrw ' .
our own caucus. , ,,, , SulorvjKir, w, lm0 n ,onB
I Hcsulon on their hnndH dispoNlnc of
Somehow the slates for Prcrlilent , indebtedness of tho City anil
Tuft's Cabinet Miissest that the "sttro county.
things" predicted by loratj stnteaincn Tiu, ha,nry llIul appointment ills,
will not materialize and ICawall will ,,,,, ,,, tnkoM ,, w) much Umo
have to get ucqii.i tiled with Cabinet that Urn question of bills has been al-
officers oer ngaln )owc,I ,,, la,1H(, coiikequence tho
l. ,MIlan,i8 !lre piled high In tho County
Judge Kingsbury Is h1h(i! for n ' Clerk's otllce
speech In Wnllttku before his arrival
tc assume tho duties of a Judgeship.
this suggests that ho will earn his right clown to business, and will
full salary at represented by tlu lion-1 wndo through tho bills in short or
ore of oince thrust upon him, be row der.
Haul gats through with him. The meeting Is called for "'.SO
o'clock and will probably bo tho
"Our friends the Philippines" need longest nnd busiest that the City
first to raUo their tariff wall against Fathers hnvo faced slnco thoy took
foreign goods and tako on tho respon- j office.
slbllltlcB of coastwlbo shipping pro-j
tcctlon beforo they can claim to bo1 GRAND OPENING TONIGHT,
taklnir no unfair ndv.int'hirn nf Hn-' "
will when flsltlnc for free trnrfo with '
President Roosevelt Is doing a
gr,cat deal of preliminary work that
Mr. Taft must of necessity complete.
Iho methods of the two men In hand-
,,i ,.,, ..i.i., ...in ,
ling Important subject will ho
brought to the foro Immediately Mr.
Tft takes office nnd finds the Call-
fcrnla Japaneso luuddlu wnltlug for
THE REQUEST OP TRUMBOLLBE.
Tho letter sent to tho President by
E Trumbull Loo nnd John I Hill of
the General Asbcmbly of tho Presby
terian Church nnd referred to tho
Governor rcudB wonderfully like nn
echo from n resolution passed by the
Kvangcllcal Association at a. bessljn
held in Hllo Lomo mouths ago.
That organization told a story of
tho debauching of tho Hawaiian race
The letter of the Presbjtorlan lend
ers sounds llko an extract, and mny
be reckoned as a direct result of a
carefully worded document teeming
with half-truth's" that would bo at
tractive to a promoter but Is not ex
pected from evangelical bodies.
It Is to bo regretted that radicals
engaged in religious work should In
jure their cause by snen exaggera
tions as wore uttered at Hllo and
are now taken up by tho Presbyte
rians. Allowing tho saito measure
of exaggeration, ns good a caso could I
be mado out against shoes anil clothes
as Instruments bringing about thoiBARGAIN
demise of tho Hawaiian race.
f Vc presume tliero Is nothing Hn--wnll
can do to prevent tho "good peo
ple" of tho mainland fiom libeling
tho Islands and misrepresenting inn
dltlotis, Thcro Is no doubt, however.
o.f tho probable fnto of tho plea that'w
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wuu6iii iuiuou iiiu iieuiuu oi wio isl
ands tho right to direct their own
futuro as it relates to tho control of
the liquor t raffle.
If Hawaii is not capable of making
proper laws for tho regulation of tho
manufacture and tiso of intoxicants,
if falls short in tho list of American
communities nblo to govern them
selves. Thero Is no doubt of our ca
pacity for solf-govcrnmcnt.
Should tho President do full Jus
tice to tho subject, ho would read Mr.
Leo and his associates n lecturo on
the Injury done a good causo by reck-
Tho Tenyo Marti suiu tonight at 8
ociock lor ban Francisco The ordor
umusiiiK inu umo ot sailing from 4
o'clock this ttfternoon to s o'clock to
night was mado by the local at-, nts of
tho liner, In order to enable tin onirers
of tho steamer to tako on boird more
pll than they originally intended
Among tho passengers who win lnAI,
on tho Tenyo will bo tho members of
tho AHHtnr American baseball ti.tm
Ptf Six Mont ni !) ,fic
I'M Ytat, anyhtcinUS I.h
Pet Year, anhrr In Canada .. I. Ho
Per Year poitpald, fottlg.ii 3.x
EnirrcU t the roatAfficr at Ilotiolutti
M KKOtld cli tilt tiff.
FEBRUARY 0, 1909
MANY BILLS WILL
COME UP TONIGHT
Not ultico Jnntmry I have tho 9ii-
"'"'" (cnS!ll!,.r,',t,.?. bl" .,0'. T"
I""" iui"iii-n ni" ." nun uiiliur
It Is probablo that at tonight's
meeting the Supervisors wjll gut
Tho new Park Theatre, tho open-air
garden on Tort street, corner of Chap-
J lain Ifiuie, will throw open Its doors
' for th'u llrst time tonight.
Tho latest motion pictures will be
shown and iii-ti-dnW Illustrated songs
"' o rendered. Mnnager Werner has
' "Jteil this iinlqtio theatre up In
first class style. It Is suro to bo the
C()oIelit plaro In ton and as Mr. Wer-
ner ,g lll0 pioneer moving picture man
m Hawaii, evcryono knowB the pro-
gram will be first class. Prices are 10
cents nnd 15 cents Children S cents.
Collego Hills: n $5ti00 property
Ilench lot at Kaalnwal, 100 ft.
frontage, area t acre
Puupiico Tract. Ilulldlng lot,
corner I.nst Mnnoa Itoad and
Hlllsldo Ave, 17,000 M, ft....
a v n a t w
fl IV u n I fl
Kalmukl. 120,000 sq. ft,, 8 Iota,
cleared nnd frnccd. .Prlco $2600
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
vU- Wm ii 'i in
In the Pineapple Country
new, well-kept, i-room bttn
galow with front and ,rear
lnnals 2 bedrooms, modern
plumbing with bath, laiatory,
etc. closets In bedrooms
near Itallwny Station, School,
Tho trade wind and high al
titude Insures jour hav
lug a cool, crisp climate. Wilt
be rented furnished or
Price unfurnished, $20.00.
Price furnished, $
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
BE CHOSEN FOR QAHU
"We're having our plllklns nnd our
ups nnd downs, but we'll mako good.
all right, and cnino out on top. We'ro
holding meetings nbout ciory fifteen
minutes, nnd it tho other committees
piake us good a showing ns we will,
thiro'll bo nothing tho matter with
the Floral Parade this year."
It Is In this vein that Chairman W.
II. Mclnerny speaks for tho Hawaiian
Princess committee of tho Washing
ton's Illrthdny Floral Parade. Ho is
having troubles, for awhile, n week
ago, everything seemed to be ar
ranged; now thcro nro several places
to bo filled In tho ranks of Floral Pa
rade nobility. Tho worst blow fell
this morning, when Mr. Mclnerny
received by 'phono from Dr. Hodglns
n positive refusal to allow Oahu's rep
resentative to rldo In the Parade. Mrs.
Harry Holt, who was to liavo taken
this place, has not been well for some
time, and now comes a doctor's tabu
to.put her out of tho running entire
ly. Who will be selected In her place
Is as yet unknown.
Tho Princesses Committee has not
as yet ghen up hope of securing tho
Kauai representative, who had bco.t
selected by Francis (!ny, but who, ow
ing to the difficulty of getting her
horse brought down, was virtually
withdrawn, ns Indicated by n letter
from Mr. Gay by tho last mall. Word
has been received from Kauai that
the )oung lady who was selected, had
been busy fo Miino tlnto preparing
for tafttng part, nnd training her
horse, and the disappointment to hor,
ns well ns to Kauai people generally,
should, If there Is any way possible,
be prevented. Mr. Mclnerny Is writ
ing by today's mail to Mr. Gay, uig
Ing him to reconsider tho matter.
Much regret has been expressed In
Honolulu at thn report that Kauai
had dropped out, together with tho
hope that tho Garden Island would
reconsider tho matter.
It is now assured that Miss Han
nah Cummlugs, Maul's chosen cham
pion, will tako part. Illshop Itestar
lck, and nil other interested lu the
Priory School, at which Miss Cum
mlugs Is n pupil, nro tailing much In
terest In tho Princesses fenturo of
Tho Parade. In fact tho Priory has
boldly deserted Onhu to support
Maul's belle, nnd has announced to
thee Goncral Commute that tho
school will not ho represented In tho
Parailo by float or otherwise, as hero
tofore, but will comblno its energy
In preparing Miss Cummlngs for her
Moreover, us far ns mounts go, It Is
doubtful if any of tho Princesses will
be so well provided us will , Muni's
belle. For her uso Miss Madge Mc
Candess has cry generously placed
at her disposal her beautiful big
black saddle animal, than which a fin
er steed will probtbly not bo scon lu
tho entire parailo. A gioom Is busy u
tho piesenl tlmo accustoming thu
splendid horte to thn pan rnttttimo.
Chairman Mclnerny has secured tho
scnlces of ex-Pnllco 'Captain Hobcrt
Parker in. sjieclal escort for tho fotty
or fifty children who will form tho
We Are Sole Agents For
Three widths of black now
in 'stock: 202 inch, $1.00 yd.;
23 inch, $1.25 yd.; 20 inch,
HONOLULU, T. 1I Tl'ttSDAY. Fi:n.
guard of honor to the Princesses. Ho
will rldo behind, nnd keep n sharp eje
on tho little equestrians, that they do
not get Intro trouble during tho march
Hcsldo the larger Islands, the Com
mittee Is preparing to secure represen
tatives from both Kuhoolawo and Uml,
making in nit six pilncesscs In tho pn
MOUNTED BAND WILL
HEAD FLORAL PARADE
Thrco hundred cavalrymen, headed
by a mounted band, will form the first
section of the big Floral Parade on
Washington's bltthdny. Dliector Pet
llo has Issued his progiam for tho lino
of march, nnd at the had ho has
placed the squadion of the Fifth ,Cav
airy from I.ellehtta which Colonel
Schuyler lias promised shall partici
pate In the celebration.
Tho Fifth Cavalry band Is one of tho
most famous musical organizations In
tho American Army, nnd the sight nf
somo fifty mounted musicians, 'ildlng
nt tho head of the procession nml play
ing ns they go, wilt be something that
Honolulu folk nro not likely soon to
Tho Hawaiian baud, under the direc
tion of Its cternn lender. Captain Her
ger, will also tako n prominent part
In tho proceedings. As the procession
Is likely to move with considerable ra
pidity, It has been decided to provide
n vehicle for the foot musicians.
Tho following Is-tho make-up of the
pnrado ns nnuouiKc.l by Director Pet
ilo: Squadron Fifth CrtMilry, led liv
Mounted Cavalry Hand: Hoyal Hawaii
an Hand (In tallyhn); Hawaiian Prlu
cesses nnd escort of 40 mounted chll
drcn; Pa-ll Kldcrs (50 to 75 In three dl
visions); Hawaiian Fishes tble.rles)
St. I.ouls College Hand (In tnllyho),
decorated automobiles (flffv or proh
nbly more); decorated ran luges (tin
known quantity); Floats (dozen or
moro In sight); Flro Department
en By nuam
After heating eczema for yenrs ns n
practically Incurable blood disease, the
mCdlcnl world Is greatly Interested In
tho discovery that It Is not n blood dis
ease at nil, but Is due to n parastto In
the skin Itself This parasite Is easily
destroyed by the externnl application
of n compound of oil of wlntergreen
thymol, glycerine., etc., which will
quickly kill nil eczema germs, while
soothing nntl refreshing tho skin.
It. A. Folkerts. of Dtilnth, Minn., tells
of the success with I). I). I). Prescrip
tion In treating patients.
"Thcro wus a man hero suffering from
Eczema for the last fourteen years, and
I applied (he I) I). I). treatment. I also
applied -It' to a man of West Dtilnth,
Minn., who ban been suffering with
Hheitmntlsm for fourteen years, nnd
Kczema In his feet, mid the second
treatment In both cases denied the
skill nlmort absolutely ' I liopo tmt
everyone In the world will lie nblo to
lenm of your grand rcmi'dj Tin first
application Is only n balm and Its
soothing effect-Is beyond exprohnlon. I
shnll never bo without It. and slvill use
It among my patients nllogether"
No matter how terribly jou suffer
from eczema, salt rhettin, ringworm
etc., J on will feel Instantly soothed and
tho Itch allayed at once when a few
drops of this oil of wlntergreen coin
IKiuml Is applied. The enics all seem
to bo permanent.
Honolulu Drug Co. Fort street
I'll Id I Hi UUi: WOULD'
Through tho efforts of tho Planters'
Association thero lime been returned
from tho Pacific coast within the last
two years about flno Inland Portuguese
who went theio with the understand
ing that they would get higher wages
M. A. Sllva, who lecently went to
San Francisco for tho Plnnters' Asso
ciation, stntoB that tho Portliiguese
thero nro beginning to tcallzo the mis
take they mado when thoy Ignored the
ndvlco of their friends, who warned
them ngalnstlcavlng litre Ilo savs
further that many will como back to
Hawaii beforo long.
IF YOU SHOULD BE
Had only a limited timo to
catch a train and when you
arrived at the station found
owinfr to an Inaccuracy of
Your Watch you had Missed
the Train you would then
know the True Value of an
A true watch is your truest
friend, and it is our aim to
Advise Always A Watch of
the Better Sort a Watch to
FULL VALUE TRUE
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finds its fullest expression
in our watch department
our aim is to sell you a watch
in which there is a lifetime of
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Our Aim is found in our
H. F. WICHMAN & CO,, LTD.
Rat and Roach
rids the house of all vermin
in a night. Drives rats and
mice out of the house to die.
2 or. box 25c; 10 oz. box $1.00.
' Sold everywhere or sent ejipreit
prepaid on receipt ot prlco.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chicago, III.
Loose Leaf Price
A Fresh Supply of
THE WORLD ALMANAC.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
An Inhalation lor
Oroln U a Boon to Asthmatics.
Ii..-. It nnt tt-rtn tmim tTiH.tl to tirfltho In
remwlr lop dtu-airi ol the fa,roalMn( orsaiia than
to lK ma rr jiaaf imo wiw n..
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Tho of a Con
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will and ItmnMUtn n lltf
from Cough' or IntUmctJ
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3nd jHjital ior do
1M) Kulton Htrect,
may be furnished ni03t suit
ably with our beautiful, hiRh
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Wc have n very large and
handsome assortment. Come
Lewers & CooRe
177 S. King: St. Phone 775
Our 1909 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled all promises,
We arc agents for tie famous
Our expert on magneto', storage
batteries and coils is here.
A snccialtv is mail nf Ilnnntriiii-
ASSOC. ATEDGAR AGE, Ltd
( Heinz Goods Bl
Wc have every variety in stock Bj I
J. M. LEVY & CO.Bl
" ..TTT EOSfflESESSB
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L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport
1005 NUUANU ST near King.
HONOLULU, T. II.
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 60c UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-thc-Islaml" and Lonrj
Runs. Efficient Drivers. Beat Cars, such ns
STODDARD DAYTONS 7-SEATED
TOPE HARTFORDS 5-SEATED
Royai Hawaiian Garage,
GEO S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
, We repair any mike of nutos, Wc employ the st
mechanics in the Islanl Server Bios.
Special attention given to the care of Privnlc Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
TIio Lecoulter Razor
ALWAYS READY; ALWAYS CUTS WELL.
Blades are detachable and inexpensive. The cpccially
hardened English ctccl KEEPS ITS EDGE.
THIS IS THE RAZOR YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING
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Wc have a beautiful rui'l varied assortment of Albums
in the bc3t wains of
Burnt Leather, Seal Leather and
from 55c to $425 each
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic " FORT near HOTEL.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNO BtDG..'irC-10d
'4 v 'ofiik I Ijift
R. GEO. 0RDWAY has full charge of
our Upholstering Department. Tele
phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to
your home andgive you estimates of the
cost of the work you want done. All
work done by Mr. Ordway is of the very
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and Monument Works
KINO STREET. PHONE 237.
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