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BVENIXa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., MONDAY MARCH 1, 1900.
jIAILY ud WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHINO CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street; Hoaplplu. Territory of Hawaii.
fttflj e?ery day except Sunday. Weekly
ME1LBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED PEESS.
Wallace R .Purrlntftotit
(SUBSCRIPTION HATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Pel Montli anywhere in US .10 7A
Per Quarter nnwliereln t 3.u
rYfr tiv1iCTe1tiLS ... H.uo
r.r tit, tHiMpauI, foreign, l2.ou
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
t "in the Territory
rrs I Editorial Room?, - JLoo
i Wfl. Business Office, - 256
Wink Is i.iocllclno A truism' Tni
Isiiih hvtlu i the) Me ill till' depths of
thought i n the siirfnco. are nt nnv
into tlu pejrls nf ourselves Zliumor
Tito resolution fur the Hiupeu'lon of
Pli llto coastwise shipping lu this
Torrlturv will ncr' no other purK
llian to furnluli nn nililltliin.il we n
Tor tlio foreign steamship Iobij in
(lovcrnor Kreui's readiness t go lie
tors n Icclslntlve I'omuiltie'' prove
Iilln tn be good natural It Is a rather
Jm timiBiml proceeding ami may not a
Itrocedotil thut will prove mighty un
pleasant at i later ila
Hawaii' anxiety for the causo of
foreign shipping will not muko Con
gross oxhauicd, though It will open up
It new avenue of attack for those en
omtoB expecting to got back nt tilt
Islands when the tariff schedule. Is up
IIIIJNIIM-L ' IML
Tho Supreme Court decides t,hat the
legislative department cinnot take up
on Itself exeeutho functions So Peril
upiiulnts his ro.id un.rlor and thu
court nn lilts further light before mnk
ln'g aildltlonn! comment on the legal
ity of our municipal pioccedlugs.
,ArcmdliiK to tho notation made b '
' (Jig, Supreme Court the 11111ulclp.il clui
, "r for tho clt) and County of Honolu i
ju is rar rioui perucr .m im saina
tlmo the i lection of a Ileimhllenii'
Mn)or would time Kltcn the clt llrst
class ro eminent under tin liuoerfict
g w. .. . : - . . .,
J . a "1 Aioiornmciu ny conimission
; ', nutvil lias liecoino wonderfully nulet
' bIiuo the Uillutln published the
f T 'ul,,u tl,x' for "'o District of Co
, filuinbla The bill for lultl ithe and rer-
torendum th.it would gUc Honolulu
rlicli ii lnuultlpal goxcrnment by com
mission as ircwills ou tho lnaluli'iid
' f(. t;lfci seems to hae had a particularly
fV'piMithlns effi ct A few shafts of truth
jfcro rll that was niedcil to puncture.
io false hubbies blown by the, con
tr.ictloiil.sts THAT SCHOOL AGE LIMIT BILL.
.It Is to be Hoped th.it the House
(JoniniitUo on IMucatlon will not re
turn u fauir.iblc report on tho bill to
change the period for which compuls
ory school attendance Is icnulrcd.
Should that bill pass. It means nn
lmnicill.Uc blot on tho Bplnmlld repii
tntlou for education that Hawaii has
itluiOs held Kor tho futuro It assuros,
not foieshudows, tho creation anions
our iltlzeus of an Ignorant subject
Tho practical effect of the measure
firtci Keep children out of school dur
ing the jcars when they most read
ily become well grounded In tho
. Hawaii's population is ono of man)
lniiguagcs. Allow- the chlldicu to le
ninlu nwny from school until the) nre
tight )eais of age, and they will then
(Inter upon their piellmtmir) education
llh tho necessity of spending i good
hlimo of their tlmo in learning to speak
and read the English language. Tho
icsult will bu that tho, public schqols
i ' ,H1 turn looso upon thu Territory a
I k larg .umber of pupils most Imper
if- lecuy tquipiwu niey nitgnt make
T cnod liiborers for supli na hnllnn Hint
thu laborer Is nothing moro than a
human machluo, but they aro not can
illdatcs for good citizens nnd they will
not deu'lop Into eiriclent laboiers
". Tho hill to change the hchool ni-o
111 OLcoinpllsli Just what somo of our
fcood ctlzcn3 feared from tho sugges
tion that ugilculturo he taught In the
What Hawaii needs Is a development
of tho educational system to equip tho
ioys and glils for tho agricultural life
that holds n futuro for them In this
Teirltory. This will not bo biotight
tibput by maljin? tho age regulation
less stringent It will be accomplished
.by putting tho children In school at nn
iarly ago, nnd arranging their course
of study so that tho shall reecho n
'(raining t especially adapt them for
.Intelligent woiK in tilling tho soil.
'-.Should this piesent l.igLsUituro
rhnngo tho school ago at has been pio
iiosed, It would go clown tn history ns
lihlng committed llio crlnio of 1909.
puch a law would evidence civic do-
issued on Tuesday of each week.
rer Sl Monlm S .no
I'er Yer anywliere In U S .. f.no
Pel Yetr inyw rier tn CumJ . I. Ho
Pertr poMjulJ, foteiRti .... 3.o
En'ned at Ihe Posloffic? at Honolulu
at fcrcond clan mailer.
MARCH 1, 1009
Wh-it our children need Is manual
training In ngrlcnltttrc particularly 111
the country reboots.
President Houses elt recommends
tlilK for. the children of Hie nuilnlafid,
ami our bovs mid girls are fur moio
in need of It here, an Hawaii Is an ox-
elusive! nsi If tiltitral feet Ion.
SOON TO COME
The Poll.ird l.llilpuil.111 Oper.1 Com
pany has left tlu Const nml Is now on
tlo vo.wigo to Honolulu, to uulvo S.it
l.rdiiy on the Monua.
Slucu the little, artists salleil froin
limiolulu last j ear, they have met with
nothing but the most ll.ittnrlng sue
iisii Ift all the principal cities of tlio
United States and ' Canada, pla) Ing
long engagements tn crowded houses
Alt the clover irlnclpals will nKaln
bo seen here, lucliidltiK tho l'ollaid
twins. Tedde McN'.imarn, fJllo Mooie
r.ui, Iw and Merle Pollnrd.
The oienluK bill will bo "The Hollo
of New 'iorli." to run Monday, Tiles
da), ami Wcdnesdn) iiIkIUs, IickIiiiiIiiR
Mnich S ' Tlorodora" will follow, run
iiIiik foi the next three nights and Sat
mda) ni.itiute. Somo of the other
' Ills will be "A flilnnwav Glrf," "A
let) Old." "The I.ady Hlaxey." "La
ioup(.e," "Tho Oclsha." "Jllkado." nml
wo others t one announced nn r
The resular sale Is now tin nt Hers
ilrom's ever) da) from 9 a m to C p
m. Ii Ires are 25c 50c, and 7fc. Kor
matinees, chllditu -5c, adults 00c.
If )ou ure a gi) nnd giddy bachelor
and 23 )enis of age, or appro-telling
that charming perlo'd of existence, )im
would better look about )m and go1
busy, It's going to cost something to
stny single, If Representative U. A.
C. Long has his wav about It
llcprcsmtatlio I.oug bin n hill In
tout so of picpanitlim, which ho im
poscso Introduce Into tho House In a
few d.i)s, Imposing a ta u.ion slnitk
blessedness whcli I Is xtlflslilv tn
Joyed b) bachelors ooi tho Olsciccl
ago of 23 '1 lie arc goln? to liae to
pungle up two bucks r. year ns pi
uli) for their cruelty l.i lemlng rome
fair maiden out In, tho cold wojld all
unpiotected. The lounuo thiu to be
secured Is to be used for tho, inalnlen
mice nf various chnritnble Institutions.
Taken In conjunction with Castro's
hill to exempt from fixation fathers of
famlllif ot more thnu six children, this
measure Is calculated to strlko a
I'cnth blow nt. bachelorhood and cause
u rush nt the iifllces ot tho various per
sons who nie auttomed to Issue mar-
LOCAL SCENES AGAIN.
As man) people wcrp unnhlo to go to
the llonlno entertainment Saturday
evening, that another ehnnco to see
these films will be given on Thursday
evening In addition to tho vlows of
tho Tloral I'arnde and tho Lincoln cc.n
tennlal exercises, tho film showing the
Honolulu Klro Department answering
a cnll will bo given This was not
ready In tlmo for tho last sliow The
dm showing tho Center chlldicu In
fancy dances will also bu shown, .
As Mr. llonlno Is going to tho othci
Islands to remain somo time, this wltl
to the last opportunity for mouths to
tee theso Interesting films. Tor tho
benefit of the strangers In town tho
Volcano In action will ba shown again
THE PARK THEATRE.
An cntlio chnngo takes p'aco In tnlf
theatre) tonight New films Just In
from tho coast Tuo nuuingcmcnt say
they heve Jiict besun to glvo tho IU
nolulii rcoplc what they want In tlio
lino of gv;d iloturcs. They liovo ni-
ranged to get tho best that Is made
In Now Yok and Paris and tho best
Is good enough for nnyoho It Ih re-
markablo bow plainly tho plctuios
show up oven ou moonlight nights, ami
the roolness of tbnqpc i nlr aiulltoiliim
Is going to bo a big factor when, sum
mer weather i nines on
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnrj
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
lhe ncw ' ttie oa
.jiiir ' m fliifch.il m j - .t
In the suburbs
house of 5 rooms with
ants' quarters bain
chicken yard Lot
100x200. House and
out-buildings are at
omst new. The prop
erty will be sold on
very easy terms. If you
have been looking for
exceptional b a r
gains, thins wjiat you
should inquiic about.
Property cost ?4800;
will be sold for 2500.
Trent Trust Co.,
(Continued from Ps )
dci lares Ii to be the wish and desire
of the people of this Tcirlton thnt
the foim of governnunt now enjojed
should bi continued until surh time
ns thiough It Hawaii shall be pre
pared to t.il.e Iter place as one of the
States ot tho I'nlon "
Hilo Court House
Senntoi lliowu Introduced a bill
piovldlng for the election of u gov
ernment building at Hltu, Island of
Another bill, pi ov Idlng for nn
nmcndlnent of the laws of the exemp
ting propel tics from taxation was al
so Introduced b) III own.
Protects the Uniftym
oi-miiur VfiiiiiiiiKworiu iiuroiioccii
a bill prohibiting the w eating by
any poison not n membei of thu Ai
nu. Xn), Marine Coips, of oiganl.-
cd militia of the 1'nltcd Slates, of the
inlforin. or any part of the uniform,
piesdllied for inembois theieof
The bill was lot oducod at t lie In
stigation of A'dJ.iiuut Coneral Jones,
am! Is model,' I ir the California
statute w tilth, owing to IU swcenlnn
pinvlslons, has never been cnfoiecd.
Fish Bill Saturdav
Senator Ccielho's fisheries bill,
which wits sdiedultd to eonte up, was
laid on the table until S.itmdu) next,
on motion of Senator MeCurth)
Action ou House Concurrent Reso
lution No ii, lelatlve to the acquir
ing b) Hie Tenlloi) of nil sea llsh
cries now owned b) prhatc interests,
wna ilcfcrred until Sntmdu) nct
Sonar.' Illll No .',1. the substitute,
bill offered b) tho Committee on Kd
ucatlnn for tho ono handed tint body,
passed its second rending, tho Manic
College. Hills: a S5500 property
lieacli lot at ICaalawal, 100 ft.
frontage, area 1 aero
B A R Q A I N :
Puupueo Tiact. Tiulldlng lot,
corner Hast' Manna Road nnd
lrtllol.l i.A CTflnn Dn ft
" """ """" "i srijMi liquid compound, D. D I). Pio
Kalmukl. 120,000 sq. ft., S lots,
cleared nnd fenced. . Pi Ice, J2C00r
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT-STS. I
MILES OF SEA BRID0ED BY ONE
- i - . ,
ini'HM, uvitl (kick ill J lllu liir-l-
tlon of .laniinr) mid Jul) na tho
months w lien the' Hoard ijf IMucjllon
shall hold Kb luectlugi.
Senate Illll No. U.1 pa'sseil Its tlilid
reading Ii) u vclttf of fourteen to one,
Sen.iloi (Jiilnii being ubseiit The
btll .imeiids Section 10 II of the He
Vised Laws, providing that litigant
before the Supienie Court nie elitltleil
to ii healing befor? the full nunilier
.,,.,...., l...lt..r fill. ..I t.. 1... 41... !......
l Senate Illll Nt. r.a, levlslng the ill.
jVorio liws ot (lien Tcrrltor), passed
lis siiiinel leading, t'oollio out) vot
Senaie llllt Nn. cn, in.H.llig addi
tional iippKMiNntlnns for the piesent
.biennial term, wns eferieil Inck to
the Comtnltlco on Wn)s nnd Menus,
that body announcing that there were
additions to bo Incorporated
j Scniilc Illll Nu. f, I, piovldlng thnt
i no contwtct Hilling for the expondl
lutc of public iuottc)s In excess of
J$o00 shall bo awarded except to the
hlghCKt bidder, and that' load work
shall not bo exempt fiom llio provl-
'slon. was leferred to the Committee
'en I'ulillc Uinds.
1 Sennte Illll No. BS, milking the
Isiimo iitovlslona us the foiegolng,
vviih refened to Hi0 l'uiiii. Lands
Coellio made u ftultless attempt to
nnvo uis nan commissioners bill laK-
eti up rfgnln. tint was unsuccessful.
The Public Lands Committee re
ported Senate Resolution No. 0 lo
road us follows:
Resolved, Thnt thu Commissioner
of l'ubllc Lands be nnd he Is heicby
requested to forthwith send to the
Senate a. full list of all written nnd
verbal applications for the lands
Known as Kcaiui, on Oihu. and Hu
klait, Kokolkl, Oplhlpati, and Kealn
lievvo, on Hawaii, which aie if I cd ln
his ofTlio nnd whlcli were madu In
lilm, whether tho same were mnilc
by Individuals or corporations, stat
ing thoso granted .and thoo not
grunted, nml giving tho icnsons for
not granting them; and,
"Resolved further. That he submit
with said Hit copies of nil correspon
dence relntlvo to them, together with
Ihe Governor's Instructions concern
ing tho same." '"
The Senate ndjoui nod until 10
o'clock tomorrow morn i n ir
NEW YORKEtf WHO
MAY BE TAFT'S
lllcniy 1. iiiin,n, United Slates
District Atto in-) for tho southern
district or Now York, Is tho latest
man mentioned for n place In Mr.
Tnfl'u Cilil'iet It h ll-poitcd that
lie Is Bli.te'l fen tho Attomc) (icn-er.!-lilji
to siuiccd Mr. llouaparte.
..fr, Bui. son In tho last few )cai3
lfifs Leen nctlvo In tho prosecution
of a, number of Important Govern
ment cases and" is thoroughly vers
ed In the maclilncr) of thu Depart,
incut of Justice
A SUGGEGTION ON ECZEMA.
It Is sugg I'M fiat eczema sulfeicrs
ask the Honolulu Urn Co, of this clt)
whatlfeporls It Is L'Jttlng fiom the pa
tlonts who huro used the oil of winter-
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MI. ,- ir I. III !!! V 'I " "
White Goods, etc.
ON SALE MONDAY, MARCH 1ST,
AT 8 A. M.
fr m'5gi??t-2rjmJ "ir
Li x J ffiit iTt- ris-fiiiiii.t iiiMwiiti tualGil
Tho woman on tho right never
used Aycr's Hair Vigor. Sho neg
lected her hair.tnd now herself suf
fers fromnoglect. On tho contrary,
tho woinKn on tho left has alvvayB
used Aycr's Hair Vigor, and ovvcb
to it much of her youthful appear
ance nnd attractiveness.
produces beautiful luir. Long,
rich, heavy hair. Soft and uilky
hair, freo from dandruff.
Prtwii it Dr. I. C. n 4 Co., tmill Mm .U.S..
NEW - TODAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS '
The Wnimea Sugar Mill Company
At itio annual meeting ot tlio sunie
holders of Till: WAIMHA Hl'O.yi
MILL COMPANY, held III Honolulu
on Tliuisday, IVbrunry 2r,th. IWOI.
the following Olllrers we-e elected to
serve for the ensuing )c.it.
E. D. Tcnney President
H. P. Foye Vice President
T. H. Petrie Secretary
F. Klamp Treasurer
W. E. Howell Diicctor
T. Richard Robinson .... Auditor
The Hist foiir-unmcd Onlcers, to
gether vvltti W. K Howell, constitute
thu lloird of Directors fur the same
T. II lm'U!i:,
Sccretnrv, The .iluie.i Sttgiii Ml, I
Honolulu, rebiuniy 27, 1909.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Apokaa Sugar Company, Limited
At the annual meeting of the share
'holders of the APOKAA Sl'GAR
COMPANY, LIMIT!!!), held In Hono
lulu on Thursday. I'ehrunry 2.", 1909.
the following Officers, were elected to
si rvn for tho ensuing vc.u :
E. D. Tenney President
C. M. Cooke Vice President
T. H. Tetiie Secretary
0. H. Athcrton Treasurer
J. B. Castle Auditor
The ubovo named Olllccrs also con-
slltute tho Hoard of Dlrectois lit the
Conipnn) tor the snmo period
t ii ii:tiui:,
Secretary, Apokaa Sugar Co , Ltd.
Honolulu, l'ebruaiy 27, 1909.
is avoided if you carry one of
We handle only the best
and wc iiarantcc them to the
limit. Call and look over our
large stock of Ladies' and
Gentlemen's Watches. We
handle all grades.
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
Get it Now on our easy-payment
plan. Come in and hear
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting,
Range closets and seats suitable for
uso in schools or plantations. Sheet
Mc'al Work and Flumbing.Estimatcs,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
TEL. 811. 145 KING ST.
FAULTLESS IN CONSTRUCTION
This is the most lcliablc safe
ly used in San Francisco today.
H.DaiVies fe Co., IiM.
CONTINUOUS DRIVING' $5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM COc UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-thc-Island" nnd Long
Runs. Efficient Drivers. Best Cars, such as
STODDARD - DAYT0NS 7-SEATED
POPE HARTFORDS C-SEATKD
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
GEO S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
Wc repair any mike of auto?. Wc employ the best
mechanics in the Islanl Server Bros.
Special attention given to the care of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
s 1 1 'iiHihi' i r.aaaKiTOt5S2Zzaggm
Just Arrived by S.S. Pleiades
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
FORT STREET. "Everything Photographic"
A savings depositor
who has a steadily
growing account in our
"I save every dime I
have in my pocket at
night. Sometimes I
have none, sometimes
four or five. My ac
count now amounts to
There are many sys
tems of saving. The
main thing is to save
regularly. Our small
savings banks help you
do this. Ask for one
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Judd Bulldlnrj, Fort and
Capital and Surplus
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
wing chong co
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in lurniture Mattresses,
.IC,(. ,10, All K1I1U5 CI &UA ami
MISSION FURNITURE Mode Ti
g'Tor Hent" cards on tale
the Bulletin office.
the one most general-
' ".'"' " -" " -
What spot ut these Islands can ex
ceed the great Watniea Plains in
Lbcauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery f uity lol.t m want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of JMr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Iltikuiliaele,
is now in the linnds of Mr. II. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may bo rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII
P. 0. Addicss, Kawuihae.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages wo have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
. TOURING OAR, $1185.
SCHUHAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.,
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
'Ih(, mlA m (, MarVlt
rims p MrTinTn?. . no.' aof.nts.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX
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numbers of the DuHctln office.