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EVEMWo BP1LET1N. HONOUILU. T. It.. TUESDAY. SEPT. 4. 100.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
nose Croix Regular 7:30.
Hon. Chapter Royal Arch.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Req
All vlsltlug mctsbcrs ot the
order nru cordlnlly Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Momlny evening at 7:30
In I. O. O F. Hall, Kurt street.
i: It II1:nI)11Y. Secretary.
(' O IIOITKL-, N. (I.
Alt letting brother very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of T.
, Meets every Tuesday evening ot
' 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall. King
i- street. Visiting brotLers cordially lu
,' jktlte to attend.
V O. J. WHITEHEAD, CO.
V. WALDHON, K.R.9.
' OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets . every Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7-30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wru. Mc
Klnlcy Lodca, No. 8, and vlsltlLg
brotbers cordially Invited.
A. I). IIOND, C. 0.
A. S. KENWAT, K.ILH.
HONOLULU LODQE 610, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, D. P. O. H.,
will meet In their ball, m Miller
and Ilaretauta streets, every Friday
lly order of tho W. n.
IIAUItY It. SIMPSON,
II. E. MURRAY, E.n.
Win. M'KINLEY LODQE No. 8, K.ef P.
Meets every Haturday evening at
7:10 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
I'.rstL Visiting brothers cordially In
fill to ntteud.
M. M. JOHNSON, CO.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.K.ri.
HONOLULU AERIB 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNK3
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
(clock In K. or P. Hall. King street.
Visiting Eagles are Invited tr si
BAM McKKAGUE. W.F.
II. T. MOOKU. W. Bocy.
Hawaii chapter no. i, order op
Meets every first arj talrd THDH8
DAY of each mouth In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' Ilulldlng, Fort Btreet, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
Is desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets evBry second and fourth
fRIDAY of each month In I. O. C. V.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE, Sachem.
A. i: MURPHY, C. of It.
A Superior Light tu all others.
Acsytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air less jnd has no Injurious
effect on the eves..
For .urther partl-v.lara Inquire at
Alto Calc'um Carbide of all sizes. In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant 8L
ANY TIME -jug
gsy EVERY DAY
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUTSI
OPEN-AIR 8KATING RINKI
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC, ETC.I
DON'T MI83 A GOOD TIMEI
'win titiiiito $'& JuwAaL,s. ..L.LuA-HuA,tttii.'r tfufi, mI-TtoMlsMwittftTi
of the choice
Hoffsctilaeger Co., Lid,
KINQ AND BETHEL STREETS
Our Pilsner and
direct from the
TRY A COLD GLASS AT THE
COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL 8TS.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE88ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
FINE 8UITS FROM 15 UP.
made In up-to-date
:: style. ,
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM
J. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8TS.
The Gage Hats
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET.
'Phone Main 487
YOU GET THE
PHONE MAIN 147
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Rlchardk near Queen Stt. All tele
phone message promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
o FINE o
o AT o
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS.
941 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 26, P, o. Box 945.
To manage your cellar and attic suc
cessfully you mutt be a pretty good
Bulletin want advertiser.
The Olobe sells It cheaper.
White steam autos. Stockyds stable.
1' (Ireenwell Is In town from Kona.
Percy Mossmau nrrived from Kona
Best cup of toffee In tho city. New
-Mrs. J. II Coney was a S, S. Mnttna
Um arrival this morning.
tl. C Htntenicjer ami family nre
removing from Wnllukti to llllo.
Mystic Lodge, No. t, K. ot P., meets
tonight In K. of P. Hall. King street.
Twenty cents a line for uny com
munication lu Tho Honolulu Tliiics.
i:dltor. Six messenger hoys nre w anted nt
once. Inquire at Territorial Messen
ger Sen Ice.
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular. l, 1. DO and 2 per week, 1242
Mr and Mrs. W. A Love nnd dnugn.
ter leave In Hie Siberia, to m gone un
til after Clirhtnms.
Holly 1 "11111 r Is the perfect bread
maker. Sold by leading grocer und
by Thco. II Davles & Co.
V M, Hicks of Kvanston, Illinois, re
turned to tills city from Hawaii in the
.Mniuin Ixja this morning.
Tho clearance sale nl Hobron's la
still going on with u larger assortment
ul goods und lower prices.
A gold watch, engraved with Eng
lish uowii on out) side and crest on
the other, In advertised ns tost.
The )ucht Kainehameha urrhed at
I.nhulna on .Sunday ul 2 p. m. nnd
sailed for Lnnai ut 11 20 Monday morn
ing 'I he C'laiidlne. with the ship Tlllle
i: Slarbuck tu low, proceeded to llllo
from Knhiiliil harbor nt 2 p. in. Sun
day ladles' Auxiliary of the Ahclcnt Or
der of Hibernians will hold Its regular
meeting this eenlng In (!. I). U. halt
on Fort street.
Special values In ladles' ready-to-wear
cklrts at lllom'H this week. Hund
some materlala In plaids, Invisible
plaids, greys i.nd black.
I.. U Kerr A Co. Irnvo something In
teresting for the school children and
their grown-up sisters on page 8 of
vVnlklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
flergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class,
llucst bathing on the beach.
Tlicio will bo a meeting of tho Dia
mond Head Athletic Club ul the Y M.
C A. this evening nt 7:30 o'tlork. All
mmuljiTH ni expected to bo present.
The place to get quality in men's
working hIhhm Ik ul Mamifuctuicrtr
Shoe Co. full value lu every pair. Is
land orders given special ntlcntlon.
Dr. H) l ester, paslur of Central
Union church, leaves In the Siberia to
adjust his business ntTuIrs on the main
land before 'tetlllng down In his new
Hereafter sales of furniture nt Mor
gan's will bo held ut It o'clock lu the
morning. A sale of choice and very
nearly new furniture will tnliu place to
morrow. Formal announcement Is made today
by Oscar Cox of his candidacy for tho
Itepuhlli-nii nomination ns Deputy
Sheriff of Wululua.
Htiong Youi'P mules just received In
Ncbraskan by Schuman Carriage Co.
Specially selected for plantation work.
Cnl learly and make a choice.
Tree planting exercises at Alllolanl
College, 1'alolo, on Saturday at 10 a. in.
I'l lends aro cordially Invited. The now
school opens on Monday, the 10th.
Itev. Dr. Jones leaves for Maul to
diy, to return on Saturday, llcsldca
lulling tli Korean missions ot the
M. K. iliureh lu plantation camps, ho
will look Into tho labor camps.
Owing to changes In local ocean cur
rents the beach nt Walklkl has shifted
wextwurd. As a result the very best
bathing in Honolulu Is to bo found
ut the Seasldo Hotel, directly In front
of tho bathing pavilion.
Andrew K, (.'ox announces In today's
llulletln his candidacy for nomination
ui Supervisor of Jho Dlstilct of Wula
lua und Wulniuie, by the Republican
Tho olllcers of tho new Maklkl
chinch, corner of Klnau nnd Pensuiolu
streets, have opened this building for
a hciIcr of lectures Illustrated by sler
i opt lion pictures. Itov. W. I). Wester
velt will licturu tho first Tuesday
cwulugs of September, October anil
Not ember on History nnd Scenes ut
the lluwullun Islands. Tho subject o!
the first lecture will be: "The Seaa
and the Klshe-j of Hawaii." This lec
ture will come this evening ut X
o'clock, Admlrslon free.
Nawlllwlll, Kauai, Sept. 3. Follow
ing Is tho result of tliu primaries:
Keknlia: Territorial. A. !'. Knud
ten; County, K. A. Knudsen, 0, Hun
sen, Louis Kelauano, Maemae oplo.
Wulmea: Territory, J K Kapunal;
County, II. D. Ilahlwln, Francis Gay,
1.. Naltapaahu, M. J. Perrelra, C, N.
Smith, CIihh. 11. Vllsou. llanapepe:
Territory. II. II. Ilrode, J. I. Hllva;
County, II. 11. Uiodln, K. Kamaiiuwnl,
K. W. Kinney, It. D. Moler, J. I. Kll
u. Koloa: Territorial, J. Oprorgclt;
County, A. It. Mcl.nue, Chas. Wilcox,
John Wilcox, II. D. Hpnldlng I.lhuu.
Territorial, 1.'. I.ovell, A. It. Rico, Sam
Muhetona; County, A. 8. Wilcox, S.
W. Wilcox. W. II. Rice Sr F. Weber,
V, Malm, E. H. Broodbent, W. Kama
kaia, J, II, Coney, It. I,. Wilcox, lu
kopa, C. Christian Sr C. W. Spitz, M.
11. Fernandez. Kuwalhau: Territorial,
(icorgo Falrclilld; County, J, Castro,
C'ummings, McCorrlston oplo, J. Ha
pozo, Joaquin Souzu. Klluuea: Terri
torial, tl, Hudily; County, McKeau, It.
Hintt, J. IMwnrds. Hanalel: Terilto
I'nl, J. K. 1-ota; County, W. Weiner,
Chas, Kuhen, Joo (lardner.
At Wulmea, the Kuuui Winn Com
pany's slato was beaten 3 to 1. At
Kealia plantation, the slato won. Tho
Itepubllcan County Convention will bo
held on September ...
Do I INeecl
No, I don't need 'Cm,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
jure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
fajjipiiiMriiyiil ' I
MONUMENT8, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ.. 17H80 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287.
WALUKU LAYS PLANS.
(Continued from Page 1.)
The following nre the delegates to
Territorial and District and County
Conventions elected at primaries last
Walluku District ami County: A.
N. Kepolkal, W I! Hal, It. A. Wads
worth, D. II. Dals. S. Kelllnol. Kama
ka Kulllaiiu, W .Muuntcastte, I' Som
merfeld, A. Boiba. Jr., Chas. Halley,
Wm. Malm. J. C. I'lores. Territorial:
W. T. IluMnton, i: . Hart. D. II.
Puunene DIMrkt and County: II.
P. ll.ildwln. J no, Miiknhlo, II. II. Wel
ter, Ai Fernandez, Capt. I. Nicholson,
W. U. Hardy, Win Senrby, Jno. Kekua,
J. S. Medclrns, J. II. Thompson, Joo
Fieltns, IMwIn l.lmUey, Territorial:
It. W. Filler, V. Keanu, U. K Keeney.
Makawao Dlk'trR't and County: K.
Morton, Hen .Munoauou, J. N. Kapllo
ho, D.-Morton, Kd. Forsyth. Territor
ial: , Pat Corked,- Jr.
Hamakiiapoko-UiHtrlit nnd County:
II. aTIIu'Mwiii, K.C. Lindsay, T. M.
Church, S. i:. Kalama, A. (I. Homes,
J. K. Kuliimi, .las. Knuka, Sam Knl
upn. i:nos Vincent, K. II. Carley, Ant.
Souzi, N K Knloa. J. Mitchell. I. D.
Taea, Chas. Multeno. Territorial: J no.
Kallno, Jno. Medelros, W. O. Aiken.
Wnlhce-DMrlct nnd County: W.
Cumiulc, C. M. W. Kniiul, J. It. Whlt
foid. J. W I.. Marshal. M. P. Walwul
ole. Terillorlal: J. Nua.
Iluelo-Dlstilct nitd County: W. V.
Pogue, J i: isley. Territorial: Ku-
Kcjnae District and . County: I)
Kapewa, D. V Nuklhaa, J. K. Nahnlo
Territorial: S. K. Knullua.
Nahlku District nnd County: Sar
Kaullioii, Mohcb M. Kekua. Ten I tor
lal: j. K. Kalwl.
liana District nnd County: W. P.
I lata, J. K. KaRo, N. Omstead. M. II.
Renter, I' Kauuiiiohu, J. Kuiewo, J.
II. Kuimloku. Territorial: K. Kama
nuiiahopu. Klpahulu District and County: Jo
M'p.l Levi, S. Piipulil, II. Huuntbeig.
Territorial: J. K. Knhele.
Kaujio-DUtrirt and County: M. II.
Knne, J, K. Hoopll, J. Koike, P. Knlo
helanl. Territorial: J. P. Iiiulun.
Ulupnlakiia District and County:
G. S. CooilnesH, t). Kahiihu. Territor
ial: D. Knjiohaklmohewu,
Kilif-I Dlstilct and County: W. A.
Sparks. Sim Anuhii. 'ferritin iul: Jui;
Iloiinkoliau-Dlhtikt and County: It.
C. Siarle, K,i.i Fall. Aug. Relmaun.
Territorial: D. Taylor.
Uihalmi- District and Criunly: Ke
knl Mauul.i, It, C. Lludsey, Win. lieu
uliig, D. Kahuulello, Wm. Kuluiikinl
A. Nua, K. Wuliiholo, ('. K. Furileu,
Wm. Kaahanul, I). K. Kiihaulello, A.
Mnkehau, A. N, lluysehleu, S. Knpu,
M. Pestaiui. Tcrrltoilut; O. II. Dunn,
Pla Kaulmue, C, II. Cockelt,
WILL MAKE NO ATTEMPT
(Continued from Page 1.)
going on. The captain himself spent
last night In Honolulu, going out to
the Manchuria this morning, und will
nol return to this city till tomorrow.
Ho Is one of the moat energetic men
whom one can Imagine, and has a fac
ulty of making his decisions quickly,
after a short but ronrlusho study of
tho facts. He Is business tu tho core
and at present Is woiklug about IS
hours or moio each day on a pioblem,
from which, If he is successful, ho will
U'.i p no benefit In money, but a vast
amount In reputation us huvlng ac
complished n task which many deem
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgars
etc., manufactured by the llulletln Pub
A Fine Set of
If Kipling never wrote any
thing else besides "Kim" he
would have made a perma
nent name for himself In lit
eratureBut we have set
of 26 Vols, of Kipling's works
all as good aa Kim. It la
In uniform binding, very hand
some, beautifully printed.
One of the Scrlbner publica
tions. You can buy It on easy
Wm. 0. Lyon Go.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Concert For Widow
There la to be given a benefit con
cert for the widow of tho late Juan
S. Kdwaids. In the annals of benefit
concerts In this town none has been
moro appropriate than for tho purpose
lor which this concert Is to be given.
It Is widely known how this young
(.entlemun met his fnto In a strange
laud and how his body has traveled
thousands of miles back to his widow
When tho news ot tho death ot this
member of tho Hoyal Hawaiian Band
was published, tho sympathy or others
than his closo nnd particular friends
was aroused. Entire strangers wero
moved by sympathy,
Juan Kdwarils was a member of sev
eral clubs In this city; ho was one of
tilt) principals of the famous original
Knwulliau Oleo Club ondjaler Joined
tho Kaal (Ilea Club;. under whose aus
pices the benefit concert wlll'be given.
A special and select program has
I ecu drawn out und tho numbers, par
ticularly songs, have been selected
from Mr. Edwards' favorite songs. In
cluding one of his own composition,
"He Lei no Kalulanl," ("A Wreath to
Princess Kalulanl"), This song not
only exprcssos sympathy for tho un
fortunate Princess, but It expresses
tho Hawallans' aloha for their All!.
Among those who will Join In mak
ing this n memorable, program, Mr, Ed
ward Fernandez, tho young tenor, will
contribute a number. Madam Alapal
will render a selection In her captivat
ing manner. Miss Elizabeth Kaal,
with a rich inorzo soprano voice, will
render a few of Hawaii's melodies In
a munner that only a few have had the
pleasure of enjoying, nnd thoro will bo
Mime Interesting numbers from tho
Kaal (lleo Club.
Mr. Kruest Kaal, prominent among
Hawaii's musicians, will render solos,
for tho first tlmo before a Honolulu
audience, on different Instruments
ukulele, zither, banjo, guitar und man
dolin. Tho tickets aro only fifty cents
end In connection with the concert
thero will be a dunce.
HEADED FOR HAWAII
HptcM to Ike fiulfcfln
Walluku, Maul, Sept. 1. Next
Tuesday three of Maul's most popular
young men, viz.: Senator A. N. Hay
seldeu of Ijlialna, Attorney Jaa. L.
Coko of "Knmaluhekuawa," und T. A.
Lloy'd of the glassy sand of Kuhulul,
will iinhark In tho steamer Manna
I.oa nt Mnnlnea for Kalluu, Kona, Ha
waii, where they Intend to spend from
fivo to six weeks doing tlin Dig Island.
Ah hooii ns they laud at Kullua there
will bo a luuii given lu their honor.
From the placid waters of tho Konas
they will go overland to llllo, u city
tho praises of which have been sung
by the poets from time Immemorial,
n city the fragrance of whose rain Is
likened unto the sweet scented lehua
blossoms. Maul Is sending out these
young men to come Into contact with
the business: men or tho Dig Island,
ami tho young ladles, of course, will
be doing full Justice to themselves us
lair offsprings of beauteous Mudame
Pele, If they do nothing more than
strew floweis In the path of Maul's
lepiesentatlve trio. While Oregon
and Los Angeles sent down their most
angelic damsels to vlow Hawaii, Maul
Bends out representatives of tho oppo
site sex as Hying advertisements and
as fuh specimens of what are left be
DIAS In Honolulu, Sept. 4, 180C, to
the wlfo of Jose J. Dlas, a daughter.
"Aruhlc" keeps Iron roofs freo from
rust and purflfles rata water, (live It
a trial ami be convinced. California
Feed Co., agents.
DE BOLT GHARtS
Storms Against Gambling
The actual opening of the Septem
ber term of the Circuit Court took
place this forenoon at 10 o'clock, when
Judge De Bolt empaneled, swore In
und charged the Grand Jury. The
event was attended by a large number
of attorneys and others.
Before the Orand Jury was sworn
Judge dear challenged the panel on
the grounds Hint It had been Illegally
drawn. Ills point was that the names
of a rand Jurors and trial Jurors had
been kept In separate compartments
and had not been mixed In one box. as
equlred by the law. Clerk Uatchelur
was called on the stand and testified
regarding tho manner In which tho
jury had been drawn. The box was
also offered In evidence.
Gear said that It was admittedly Im
possible to carry out tho law; still ho
held that his challenge should hold
good and the flrund Jury bo discharg
ed. Judge De Holt denied the chal
lenge. Tho Orand Jury panel was as fol
lows: Oeo. C. Potter, II. F. Dillon, W.
O. II. Heine, F. L. Waldron, August
Ahrens, J, S. Low, J, M. McChesncy,
W. A. Bowen, F. S. Lyman. Clinton J.
Ilutchlns, Jas. H. Dole, John Kldwell,
E. L. Marshall, Hugo C. Koelllng, Fred
M. Lewis. D. (1. May, John II. Schnack,
F. E. Blake, W. II. Mctnerny, Sam
uel C. Dwlght, C. J. Campbell, John
ERlnger and J. O. Lutted. Of these
J. S. Low was not served and August
Ahrens was excused. The rest were
Judge De Bolt then proceeded to
read his charge to the Grand Jury.
After dwelling- at length on the duties
and powers of that body, the chargo
went on as follows:
I wish to draw your attention more
particularly to some special matters,
which particularly and vitally con
cern the people of this community. Of
these special matters. I desire first to
dlicct your attention to the open and
(distant violation of our statutes rela
tive to the illicit salo and excessivu use
or Intoxicating liquor, together with
Its evil results, morally, physically,
mentally and financially, to all peop'e.
either directly or Indirectly. And, as
tho liquor question Is one which con
cerns each nnd every Individual In
this community, to say nothing of the
matter In general, I do not deem It In
appropriate to look somewhat beyond
the mere violation of our statutes and
take a moro comprehensive survey of
tho matter. The sole purposo being to
add our inlto to the general and com
mendable effort of those who are faith
fully combatting this great evil and
seeking to raise frail humanlty'to a
higher plane and promote a nobler and
clearer sense of duty In all who may
have an opportunity to act or speak
upon this 'vital question. In dealing
with the liquor question, howovcr, as
with all other matters concerning our
dally life, we should use plain common
senso and be governed by facts, con
ditions and experiences rather than by
visionary and Impracticable theories.
Wo should endeavor to take a broad
comprehensive view of this matter.
And, In this connection, It would he
well for us to realize, for we can not
close our eyes to tho fact, that tho
manufacture and uso of Intoxicating
liquor Is almost as old as tho human
tace; and that, without doubt, so long
as man possesses tho knowledge and
ability to make and has the desire for
intoxicating liquor, tho liquor question
will remain and continue In some form
or other to vex mankind.
I believe you will agree with mo
when I say that the law In general,
und particularly with regar dto Intox
icating liquor, Is not ulways treated
with that respect It Is entitled to. This
is wrong. The preservation of our nb
solute and relatlvo rights, Indeed, civ
ilization In its most primitive form
necessarily Is based upon and requires
the protection of the law.
There can bo no question but that
Intoxicating liquor Is tho cause or a
very largo percentage of tho crime
committed; and that such crlmo Is us
ually among the gravest offenses
known to tho Inw. TIiIh being true,
personal Bafety nlono, to say nothing
or the substantial Interests of the com
munity, deimindH a strict observation
and vigorous enforcement of the liquor
laws. To mom effectually cope with
una great ell and to deal with It
from a practical standpoint, It might
bo suggested that the present llnuor
law bo amended with tho clear and un
equivocal purpose In view, nnd power
thereby, to lessen and limit the num-
her, to Improve the management, to
HIS CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIOA
J. C Axtell &
BE BiTIN AH
Japanese Consul Back
From Long Stay
Hon. Mlkl Salto. II. I. J. M. Consul
General for Hawaii, returned this
morning from an eight months' vaca
tion In his home country, Japan, In
tho P. M. S. S. Siberia.
Ha hastened to the offices of the
consulate In the Sachs building, where
he stopped but a few minutes, going
home to the Nuuanu residence of the
embassy to enjoy the greater privacy
of the house on the avenue, for an In
timate discussion with Vice Consul
MaUubara, who hai been In charge
during the Consul's absence, of affalis
pertaining to the Interests of the Mi
kado's peoplo here.
A Bulletin reporter, catling to see
Consul Salto, was met by the Vice
Consul, Mr. Matsubara, who Informed
the newspaperman that Mr. Salto was
very earnestly engaged In matters of
state and could not, though he deeply
I eg let led foregoing the pleasure It
would afford him to speak of his trip
to this paper, at that moment be dis
turbed. Would the press representa
tive call at the city office of the con
sulate on the morrow? Mr. Salto ex
pressed gratitude for the call and hope
lor a more profitable visit tomorrow
morning. He wished to say that his
trip to Japan had been pleasureable
and that he was rejoiced to return
again to this field of labor. Concern
ing matters of Immigration be had at
this time nothing to say; he will speak
of these things later.
The contemplated $100,000 edifice to
house the Japanese consulate here as
It should be housed, would be started
In April of next year. Where the
building would stand was not decided.
Tuesday, September 4.
Bk. Andrew Welch, Drew, for San
Francisco, 1 p. m.
The steamer Admiral Duprerre, the
first of the new line of French ships
which will call monthly at this port,
sailed on Aug. 31 from Yokohama and
should reach here In about ten days.
ane will bring very little cargo for
this city, as the line has not yet been
advertiser to any grent extent, but
will probably tako on coal In this
port. ,c "
fix location, territorial limits and hours
of business of saloons, as well as to
guarantee the responsibility of those
who may be granted licenses and also
tho respectability ot the places so
kept. Prohibition, however desirable
or commendabl It mav he. vlnwlnr It
from an ethical and beneficial stand-
pottn, is Impracticable and Impossible
of enforcement under nrovatllnir ran.
dltlos, and for that reason alone It
wouiu ue a nunc waste or time and en
ergy to seek to establish such a law.
No doubt the facts as to gambling
aro about tho same today that thoy
wero last April. However that mnv
be, I will ask you to give this matter
your most careful attention.
And now, gentlemen, I will direct
your attention to another nmvnlont
offense In this community, which Is
Intimately connected with the liquor
drluklnir and rambllne- imi.n ti,.
Among thoso occupying positions of
trUSt and Confidence,. vhnrnln Inn
handling of money is Involved, Intem
perance and gambling Is a fruitful
sourco of embezzlement.
Now, gentlemen, It Is within your
province and clearly your duty to
thoroughly and carefully examine lnt
this matter, and If you find that any
clerk, olftcer or employee of any de
partment of tho Territorial or County
Government, In this circuit, who has
tho custody of public fundB, has fraud,
uleutly "secured unto hlmBelf person
al advances" from such public funds,
"substituting In lieu thereof his I.
O. U.'s", It will .be your plain and
absolute duty to return in ln,lir.imo,.i
against such Individual for embezzle-
Thoso who have the 'handling nf m.li.
lie funds should be brought to a clear
and full realization of their duties and
unmistakably given to understand that,
iiiiiugn iriisi una conuilence must nee.
charily be reposed In them, they will
not bo permitted to Imtrnv n.u ,..
nnd confidence with Impunity. The
law does not permit private use of
After belnK charted nenntv ,,.
ney General Pressor took charge ot
the Jury, taking It to the throne room
where it organized. It then adjourned
for two weeks.
Monuments of Quality
We always supply? now wc can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
Ann onfall UAH rtm 2lla4a.al.K-
TION ON YOU TO nilv
Co. 1048-1058 Alakea
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