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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. WEDNESDAY, JAN.' 1, 1008.
E v ening .Bulletin
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. !
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of- each week. '
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Piirrlnjjftoii. - Editor
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
Cn'.trtil at tlie prwtoflice it Honolulu
at sccuml clast matter
Same to you ami many of thorn.
Last car vvuh pood MuKc tile ntw
1'iiu liutter. It's up to mi.
TnlU nbotit ilosplsnl Knockers nnd
tliu man without lionor says lie la be
lli)? railed mimes!
Tills la tho day tlio "reform" ml
inlnlstrntlou Marts Its Eccotnl year of
tcrvlco by doing IH level best In ro
Tli In la n splendid day to malio good
I evolutions, anil tomorrow Just as fa
oinble iir finy to innko tlio resolu
will beconio popular wltii tlio lawyer
provided It 13 cusli wltli the brief on
Governor I'rear Is all right for the
Nationnl Convention. Hut what's tlio
matter with Mutt-Smith tnltlng tliu
Juno trip? Krear went In January.
MnJ.e one of the objects of tlio Now
Year a nearer approach to fcccurlni;
ono hundred thousand tourists and
ono hundred thousand Kuropcan Im
migrants. San l'riinclsco landlords will soon
have to ilu what the Now Yorkers
I'nve done lowor tho rents. And
tho price of IIvIiib will bo made n
rliuile easier all along the line.
While tho poultry show enthusiasm
keeps up, tho Honolulu hen Is sure to
malto Inroads on that three thousand
dozen eggs Hawaii is having fioni the
mainland each month of the jpnr.
Tlio report that Speaker Cannon
has left Delegate Kuhlo off the Tei
ritorlcs Committee of tho House
means that the Spcaknr has taken a
slup at Hawaii without in tho RllRht
tst degreo nlteilng Kulilii's prospects
for ronouilnatlon und reelection.
If you size up tlio general sent!
moiit or the Territory, tho Republi
cans of Hawaii are more In lino for
Hughes than any other runilldato In
the list. Tho ciitliusliiBm fur llonsc
olt or Tnft In certain quarters Is a
forced product of n sycophant hot-
Hawaii's new college has mapped
out an excellent agricultural coin so
of study. This should be piomptly
followed by an equally excellent
tourso In mechanic arts. Don't for
j;et tho hundreds of engineering p'osl
tlonn in this Territory to which the
young men of the 'Territory have u
rlglu to nsplrc.
'Tho banking holldnys of Califor
nia censed tho day herons tho Siberia
left San Pranclsco. According to tho
rpacc given tho fait in tho papers,
tho general interest In tho change
n:ndo It hardly worth mentioning.
That means bankers and business
woro fully rocoieiod nnd leady toj
meet tho normal demands.
Tho nuvul expert who says tho
American nnvnl ships lire II vo years
behind the times In many Important
details Is ccitaln to get hlmsoK dis
liked among tho bureaucrats or tho
navy, but ho may succeed In doing
good by bringing tho peoplo In closer
totich with the men on the ships who
havo to defend tho nation's honor In
time of wnr.
Law The law ot tho County ehall
be, "Do unto others ns you would
hnvo them do unto you."
Thiols tnlton from tho County gov
ernment system established in ono of
Hawaii's country schools, Clilldicn
brought up on that doctrlno should
not neod much wntching by a rand
Juries when tbey arrive In County of
fices. - Honior S. King, President of tho
Clearing llouso Association, cplto
'mlzeil tho San Francisco situation
v.heu ho nmdo tho following stnto
'liient on tho day banking holidays
v.oro mispondcd: "Tliero is 110 ox
jCltemont and no uneasiness, ilusl-
ness 13 going along Just iih It has
. been going on for tho past mouth.
'J'jtriins wlo n;cd gold uro gcttlrg It
JANUARY 1, 1908
weeks. If think thr applicant
vviiiiIh cold to lioaiil it lie ilm-in t get
It. Nolmilv oliji-els to reitlllrates, but
whenever I here Is a need for gold wo
Fiipply it Although we havo no gold
ror hoarding, wo liave plenty for all
practical purposes. The chtingo to a
normal hanking business hns been
i;rndunl and therefore today has been
no different from any day during the
nut two weeks."
THE HAPPY NEW YEAR
The old year was a good ono. Shall
tho new bo belter?
That depends entirely upon the In
dividual mid tho lomlnunlty. The
Opportunities offering nro of tho best.
Tliero has never Deon it linio in inc
history of these Islands when a now
e.ir opened with brighter material
prospects than on this Wednesday,
Janunry 1, 1U0S.
Tho market for sugar, tho main
stay of tlio islands, is certain to bo
as good nnd probably better than dur-
Inir the j ear Juit closed. The crop to
omo from our Holds should be as
larco iia tho largest over harvested.
This means that the allied Industries
nnd the dependent enterprises of ev-
ory character will havo tho wlieic-
withal to necessary to progress Our
Industrial situation has novcr been
better, nnd, considering tlio status of
finance on the mainland, our llnnii-
ial condition never stronger.
Our unequalled and unexcelled cli
mate fticy bo depended upon, and
there Is good piospcct that the United
States conglOiiS win eiuier uiiium-.
Ainei'Iraii ship to opernto by giving
the nierclinnt murine piopcr jsslst-
mkc or open the way for passengers
KILAUEA VOLCANO IK ERUPTION.
IIII.O, Dee. 31st The entile pit
of the crater Kll,Al'KA is nctlvo und
Hie letleetlon from the Hro became
visible al llllii ut 11 o'clock hist
right. (Special by Wireless.)
Dor.'t Miss the Opportunity of a
Go and See the Wonder of the
Pacific in Action.
THE ROUND TRIP COSTS ONLY
The Volcano ran bo visited with (oin-
fort nnd absolute surety, jl'or
information regarding tho
trip apply to
HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO.,
Cor. Merchant and Fort Streets,
Aloha Lane $15.00
Beretania Street $40.00
.Victoria Street $35,00
Beretania Street ?22.50
I Matlock Avenue $22.50
Kinau Street $30.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
Matlock Avenue $25.00
i King Street $15.00
Kewalo Street $22.50
Liliha Street $15.00
'Kalihi Road $20.00
6i!J 1 Ka!wj'BTWM!ry,i
King Street . $15.00
Leasehold on about 30 acres in Ka
lihi Valley. Chance for small far
mer, AVaterhouse Trust
Comer Fort and Merchant Sts.
A SMORT HISTORY
A Serieta Case of Chtom, Catarih
GradwUy Ovcrccite By Vt-runa.
A REMARKABLE CASE.
Mil. AllTIirit TlU'.MllLAY, 8 St.
James street, Mont Pleasant, Quo.,
'Jau., write : ,
"Alout throe years ngo,cat!trrh til
lis most serious form nrsallcd me.
"I cotmulUd a specialist who pro
scribed medicines m constitutional
treatment and a liquid to uo locally,
"This gaio mo relief for n tlmo, but
soon afterwards tho disease roturucd.
"I was then suffering very much, my
appetite had lelt me and 1 as growing
"I had frequently rea d pamphlets re
garding the cures made by I'eruua,
nnd although somewhat dtibloua m to
its dolus mo any good, decided to try
a few bottles.
"I had not taken l'oruna for mora than
two weeks before n marked lmprovo
uii nt was pereepllMc.
"As I continued taking tho remedy,
tlio dlrcaso gradually disappeared and
in n few mouths I was entirely rid of
the nauseous moladj:"
fyk your drucrjlst for a copy of our
Looklet, "The Ills of Life," (jlvlnij In
rtructlons covering the mott effective
uie sf Pcruna. Peruna Is for salo by
all chemists and Urugglcts.
The following wholesale druggists
vill supply tho retail trade In Hono
lulu Hawaii: Denton, Smith . Co.,
Honolulu Drug Co., Hobron Drug Co.
to use foreign ships, mid thus tr.akq
It pos-lble for tlio truveleis of the
world in take advantage of what our
Island!) have tiiN offer.
The work or the l-'ederal (iovern-
meut In the way of ciafi.is j,.; .ii Ii i
lor Improvements, bus ..u'lUi. ! .-
-cro.iscd and should 1:101 0 tit C a .1
during the coining year. We have
good cause to oxpett that tho devel
opment or I'oarl II111 lor as 11 naval
i.nil tuiniucrclnl center will begin
during this year. And II Is well to
lemember that tho establishment or
11 full-fledged inn til station will mine
I ban double the population or Hono
Two things, nnd two nlone, can
cheek the piogioss of Hawaii during
Iho year 1908 -nn extranidlnary dis
aster or the Honolulu Knocker; 1111
net of Cod or tho eternal whining or
a despised typo of humanity.
In other words, tho yoar will ho n
most suucHSftil one If the people Join
In 11 healthy, earnest splilt to help
make It so. The material setting Is
right; the opportunity Is at hand.
There is everv reason why the peo
ple of Hie Islands should uulto, and
we believe llu'V will unite to help
llnvviill lo hiilld up. not tear down;
to boost, not knock. Sie that 5011 do
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
Fort Gt. P. O. Box 71S,
MR. BUSINESS MAN
likes to havo his lunch down
town if he can find a good,
clean place whero he can real
ly enjoy his meal, and if the
things they have to eat arc
dainty and appetizing, and the
service neat and respectful.
We make n specialty of that
kind of lunches. Just try the
Alexander Young Cafe
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLTJG
iM ' XiM
Xnir uliiiro, nml tlio others will fid I
It will Iio 'ludcoil ii Happy New
LAST YEAR'S FOREIGN MISSION
1 To tlioff who ljo'lo' e ihnt foreign
' niip-donar) work Is more lmporiant
I than home missions, the report of Itov.
j K V.. StronK. secretary of tlio Amer
I lean Ilo.it il, Is ono to sllr cnlliiislasm.
The Torclgn mlsilnnnry work do'ie
l.y tlio united efforts of the Protestant
lihuiohes of Amorlca and Euiupi dtir
. li n the last year, Is suninnrlzed by
siatisllcs showing n gain of nearly
$3 1 111,111111 over the lolal iceelptii id
i In- piivlouj onr. and an addition of
I T 7 1 1 enniiiiimlcanls. making n, total
or lr.SS.l.U now enrolled. Tho tulal
liicoiue or tho oiganlzutlons carrjlnh
on the uoik, Including Orent Ilrltaln
itul her colnnlus and contlnonlat
Europe, was $L'I,418,SC9. This great
showing or Incrcaso over piovlous
years, it Is explained, ytist bo dim In
some degieo to more iKuplelu roiinrts
lhaii have hllherto been avnll.iblo
Ironi the multiplied organizations en
gaged In i ho missionary Held. A total
or :!3,FS2 stations and nut-stnllons, oc
cupied by 15,178 foreign missionary,
aided by 92,112 native workers. Is also
In tile United Slates thcro nro 37
principal organizations 'engaged In
lids work with u multitude of auxil
iary societies. These organizations
nro now supporting 52S8 missionaries
in foreign lauds, of whom 2115 are
men, operating nt II. IS." stations mid
outslntlons in nil pmts of tho mm
Chilstlaii world; wot king with these
foreign missionaries ate no less than
21,057 native Christian converts who
i.ro laboring as teachers, catochlsts,
Illltlo renders, preachers and pastors.
In the churches established by these
missionaries tliero lire enrolled fit I,
!i.18 communicants. The native Chris
tiana themselves have raised $1,329,
300 for the support of the work while
Iho contributions leported by the 37
organizations In tho United Stales
within Iho year havo amounted to
8,897.970. This Is $015,180 In excess
of tlio nmounl reported from the saino
sum cos last yeai.
Tim Promotion Commllteo hold a
meeting yesterday nfluintxin lo con
linn tho appointment of A. Hartley as
Hiahni.in of tho committee whlc'i will
havo charge of the nrranguiiionta for
ihe Mora! parado on Washington's
birthday For somo tlmo past tho Pro
motion Commltteo hns been In doubt
us to whether It would bo nhlo to se
cure n.sultnbln man for this position
and the liopo of havlug n good parado
had almost been given up, when Hart
ley's rceeptance of tho position ills
relied all doubts, and It is now con
sidered certain that Honolulu will
havo as good, or even n holler, parade
than ever Pernio.
iw mi. m iiiiwi 1 m iii,hi,iiiiiwiiiiim 1 1 'ifr
Settlement Road, 2 bedrooms. $13.00
Matlock Ave., 2 B. R S30.00
Younc St., 2 B. H.
. . .$35.00
Pawaa St., 2 B. H.
Kaimuki, 1 B. R $ COO
Punchbowl. 2 B. R $ 8.00
Manoa, 2 B. R $15.00
Emma Lane, 3 B. R $15.00
Robello Lane, 2 B. R $18.00
Punchbowl St.. 2 B. R. ...... $18.00
Wilder Ave, 2 B. R $18.00
Wilder Ave., 3 B. R $20.00
Gandall Lane. 3 B. R $22.00
King St., 2B. R $25,00
Lunalilo St., 3 B. R $40.00
Beietania Ave., 4 B. R $50.00
Rent a house of Trent Trust Co,, Ltd.
Sjtoxi 1jmi Wfl
Acknowledge that Time, Money and
Worry is saved and satisiaction as
sured customers in the variety and
quality of goods offered tills
Thrum's Book Store
The few daysremaining vill be
busy days, but 'cobrtecyis attention
to aid patrons in appropriate selec
tions will contrive to bo a feature of
service at Sapla's Headquarters.
106 Fort Street
WHEN YOU BUY AN
0U WANT ONE that will keep
out the rain.
When you buy one to give
to someone you want one that
looks well and vill wear well.
A GOOD Umbrella will out
last two cheap ones and look twice
as well all the time.
OURS ARE GOOD
See Them. You'll be convinced of
what wc claim.
"My nhoc3 were fixed properly
while 1 waited for them and they
cost only $1.25 complete."
Vickers' Shoe Repair
1110 Union St.
P. 0. Bo:: 5G7.
The highest grade of can
dies made in
We get them fresh from
Chicago on every steamer.
TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
ft DELINA PATH; Queen of Ha
l Havana Cigars: William Penn,
ii King of Havana Cigars; Rough
Rider, 5c cigar, always to the
Iroat. MYRTLE CIGAR STOKE and
PITZPATRICK BROS., Agents.
Evening Bulletin 7J per month.
0:r assortment includes conservative, medium, and cstrfac jcnguis, im
indicate the natural ourvta of the body, and have either slits or vents, r! the back. The
impression they give is one of extreme comfort, yet of the most drilling ndtviduality and
They are mad from the finest custom grades of imported and tloniEsti(tc3tcd woolens m
exclusive patterns that arc not duplicated elsewhere.
M. MoINERNY, LTD.
Haherdn,sher and Clothier Merohait antl Fort
win tio lor you, 111 uu m.nuws, and witn " any preparation, f
what you would fuss nnd stew nbont in the ' .btk room ' for per- 4
haps an hour, only it will da it better. I
insieim or guessing at it, you win ucveii .your negative ny j
timing. That's the only scientific way to -do it Any photographer I
who knows his business will tell jou that you can.gct better, results ;
with the Kodak Tank Developer than hy ar.y r thcr method! 'i
Come and let us show you how it's done. I
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY;-" CO., 1
Produced under the same conditions b that
supplied to the Pclama Settlement.
Tfo. Fond !Daixy
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I New Year's By Is' Cosisisig j
Save your health and keep clear
f Consolidated Soda
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he New Year
will le happier for you if
you lunch regularly at the
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(BILLY HOWELL'S PLACE)
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
EDWIN 0. CHILD Manager
is the flour that pleases the cook.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
PHONE 22 AGENTS.
E HAV. BUSIin:SS SUITS, both doublo brcistcd and shiglc-bihstcd, that will
pleas? your eye aud taste. They are custom-made by the Sn-Bloch tailors,
each suit being individually tailored with the utmost care ail attention.
of Hie doct6 s by drinking our
Worki Co., Ltd., J,
G. S. LEIlHEAD, Manage:.
ing from Japan
:JEXT THE CONVENT.
LETIN ADS. PAY -ggg
anil have been getting It for thrco