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EVENtNO fiULIJJTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., FniDAY, JAN.-3, IMS.
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CIRCULATION 'LARGEST OF
in the Territory of Hawaii.
EnlereJ HI the I'mlofflce it Honolulu
fu bisiki iluxi blatter
Tito Moral Parade Is the next ecnt
Mi the program. Make our plniiB
enrlv for OtiltiK your part ami Hint
If you hear utione spoakltiK well of
Hawaii Hpreail the words abroad
That's the bent way to promote pros
ross that the Knocker Incessantly
elm to retard.
If I loose volt brought on the panic,
Kockcfeller's Uiety will probably bo
Riven the credit for KottlfiK'th'o inllU
In motion and calling tho thousands
of employes back to or;c.
JuiIko Andradc acquitted n man
who admitted having assaulted a po
lice officer. What would ho have
done, with a pulleo ollleer who ns
niullcd a citizen wltliln the police
Mr. Woollcy's conclusion that tho
corporation hog Is gobbling up pine
apple ranches may bo correct ns far
as tho corporation Is concerned. Tho
hog of It Is the principal matter open
Now that tho Uockcfrller Institute
lias succeeded in exchanging th.o vital
organs of animals, the doctors will
Miott bo duo to experiment on the In
side workings of John 1). In order to
give 111 in another lease of life. ,
Some day the Japancje residents of
Hawaii will see the folly of sending
their surplus money to Japan when
thero nro to many opportunities for
prolltablo btock Investments In this
Territory, whero tho money Is made.
President Theodore Uooscvelt may
not be on thu trail of H. H. Ilnrrimmi
with all the vigor that ever character
ized his chasing a bear up a tree.
Maybe ho Is not pursuing his former
lrlo nd llarrliiun, but to onu on the
otttkldo It looks as If ho were.
Balnllly, decorated carriages nro
oulto as attractive for a lloral parade
as tho elaborately plumed float or
automobile. Tho main object of the
campaign this year should be to have
largo numbers take part, without plac
ing tho standard of expense on too
high a.plape. ,
Hgyptologlsts have unearthed a
manlugo contract two thousand $cara
old which ls,suld to bo a great im
provement over tho modern arrange
ment produced by civilization. The
next thing to discover Is whether
they lived happy cer after in those
good old days.
if it Is Iho twolio dajH" steamer
irlp that prueuts tho Chicago bnso:
ball team from coming to Honolulu,
tho obstnelo Is unBtirniountablc. Thero
is jus a suspicion that tho real reason
lor tho Btop in California is Cali
fornia's rcfui al to let a good thing
pass that vyay without stopping.
Governor Mott-Snilth's message to
tlie Japanese residents of tho Terri
tory ulioulil bo veiy pleasing to them
Ho has recommended that thoy, pip
zcrvo good order nnd attend the
American public school, thus becon.
mg permanently asboclated with
American Idenja and American pro;
ress. This doctrine has mado good
Amei loans of ovory people on earth.
Now that the dust of dlsastor Is
- clearing, tho authorities all ugico that
tho big financier caught In tho crash
$ was hono other than' II. II. Rogers,
whom Lawson brought Into tho llino-
light. Itogcrs Is said to hau always
played tho stotlt market game, but
ilko many gamblers, bet on tho red
' onco too oftehv(iSlnce ho has been put
Q un tho shelf with vulnerable men
j. onco thought to bo invuluerablo, ona
is inclined to speculate on how long
.. It will bo beforo Lawson gets his. Ho
claims to liavo quit reforming and
gouo back to Btock gambling.
Tho port of Honolulu will always
he In danger of tho damage anno by
quarantine until the Legislature of
tho Territory appropriates liberally
for, iho permanent maintenance) of a
large sanitation forco. "fho'mosqulto
campaign and the Inspection. of out
ildo fccctlons of tho town should bo
iiovor-nndlng. After tho noonlo liavo
' lost a "fow'imorb thousand -dollars by
rr Six Mniiilu o ,K
IVr Year, tti where In U S I. no
IVr Yeai, an) where in Caiutl.i .. I.fto
Per Year ttlaM, toreiKt 3. oil
ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
JANUARY 3, 1008
quarantine tlie will, It Is to bo hop
ed, teallze that It is good business
and the notuinl duty of government
to supply ample means for handling
ordinary and cxtraoidlnary lonill
llous. THE KNOCKER'S WORK.
Gentlemen calling on President
Roosevelt not long ago wero r'alher
surprised to hear him volunteer the
remark that certain Inlet ests In the
Territory of Hawaii did not have much
use Tor him. a
There was no oppoi tunlly to dis
cuss tho subject but tho remark was
Mifllclent lo point nt least one icsult
of the work 6f the Honolulu Knocker.
Other Incidents of the samo char
acter might be brought to public at
tention, as for Instance, tho conclu
sions reached by n prominent reform
er of tho mainland nftcr a for.- hours
enforced conversation with an alleged
email farm advocate. Ho was quid;
enough to sco through tho sham Im
mediately and being n frank and hon
est man was quick to pay mi,
Mor6 recently tho community linn
been reguleil, by tho comments made
among mainland people by mem who
have left tho Islands nftcr haying
been directly or ludltccttly brought in
contact Willi tho Knocker. Their re
ep'iiiuo to the vicious attack, nnd
despicable mcthoda followed Jiy tlio
Honolulu Knocker is a. general attack
on tho community. Thoy hold tho
"missionary" or the "planter" or some
prominent- community 'fnctor respons
ible for an Injury committed by tho
despised Knocker which,, carries on o
maligning campaign, npt because the
community supports It but rather on'
KILAUEA VOLCANO IN ERUPTION.
IIII.O, Dec. 31sf. Tho entire pit
of tho crater KHiAUKA Is actlvo and
tho reflection from tho lire became
visible nt Hllo at 11 o'clock last
tight. (Special by Wireless.)
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(Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street $35,00
Beretania Street $22,50
Matlock Avenue $22,50
Kinau Street $30.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
Matlock Avenue $25.00
King Street $15.00
Kewalo Street $22.50
Liliha Street $15.00
Kalihi Road $20',00
King Street $15.00
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c . x -"tiVi
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Matlock Ave., 2 B. R $30.00
Young St., 2 B. R 330.00
Fawna St., 2 B. R $35.00
Kaimukl, 1 B. R $ 0.00
Punchbowl, 8 B. R $ 8.00
Manoa, 2 B. R 315.00
Einma Lane, 3 B. R $15.00
Robello Lane, 2 B. R 518.00
Punchbowl St., 2 B. R $18.00
Wilder Ave, 2 B. R $18.00
Wilder Ave., 3 B. R S20.00
Gandall Lane, 3 B. R $22.00
King St., 2 B. R $25.00
Lunnlilo St., 3 B. R $40.00
Beretania Ave., 4 B. R $50.00
Rent a house of Trent Trust Co., Ltd,
$0vt mI hnM
icconnt of the community's disgusted
Jtttt ns long ns tho town allows thu
campaigns of malicious mlstcprescn
tntlou to go 'on, nnd Iho despised
Knocker work on sufferance, Just so
iong will It bo periodically nno un
justly held to account by a misin
formed Ptesldent, nnd receive counter
Knocks front men who want to pay up
obi scoies nnd do co by taking It out
In sweeping condemnation of some
certain clement with which people
who know of Hawaii are acquainted.
It Is a thing that will go on while
the Honolulu Knocker Is attppurted
Ly Indifference. And the most ridic
ulous featuro about tho whole miser
able damaging business Is tho fact
Unit the first one lo loudly condemn
tho results of Its own handiwork Is
thu Honolulu Knocker.
(Continued from Pace 1)
lfc that these shall not bo taken at
their faco vnluo but tiro meiely fot
malllles lo euablo tho fiaw nbrokorn to
i-viule iho paymerit of tho license. Dep
uty Attorney General Whitney be
loves Unit this ovuslon, oven If tho
pawnbrokers keep their ptomlses lo
lot tho borrowers redeem their
pledges, Is Illegal! and ho Intends t.'
have the matter fully live 'It '-1
nnd If It Is found Hint the I v Ii '
broken liavo tho oUtndeis .-un s'u '
Tho Oceanic steamer Alameda, six
days out from San Krnnclsco, lias not
been sighted by the signal station as
jet. It was thought that sho would bo
In sight early this mninlng, according
to offlclals of dip company when seen
Oils morning. Sho maybo taking her
timo so as to avoid 'all possibility of
delay from tho quarafirtae regulations.
This Is not thought probable.-Jiowovcr,
11 being more likely that tho Alameda
has been hold back by Iho j;ough sons
that liavo been running oft tlio Islands
lor Iho past few days. Sho will un
(iottbtedly bo In sight nnd enter tlio
harbor boino time this afternoon.
Entries for the Poultry Show can
be made at office of The Waterhouse
Co., Judd Bldg.
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.ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
B. f. Ehters
(Continued from Pane 1)
tho case Involved before tho Grnnd
.'ury In order to get the protection
which tho District Court refuses
Tho caRn was that of M. J. Cotto, a
Portuguese, who was charged with
ntsault on Odlcer laiuhivvn during thr
performance of his duty. I.unhhva
testllled that he had arrested Colto'a
wlfo for selling liquor without a li
cense. She n3ked him not to tnlo her
down to tho police station beforo her
husband came home I.uahlwa cour
teously waited until Col to enmo Home.
I'olto asked tho officer if ho had a
wairnnt, nnd was told Hint llicio was
no warrant, but thnt the pollco 1103.
sessed the marked money which had
been paid for the liquor. Colto then
held 11 short convctsatloti with his
wife, nfler 'which he advanced on
I.unlilwu nnd struck htm 11 blow on
tho breast which caused him to reel
bnckwards. Colto then caught hold
of Clio officer and tried thrco times to
eject him from the loom. Ho was
dually taken in chnige by tlio officers
who were with l.uahlwn.
Judgo Perry, who appeared for tho
defendant, admitted that tho four
other ollleers would testify similarly
lo I.uahlwa. Tho defendant, when on
the stand, stated that ho had not
struck I.uahlwa, but admitted that ho
had caught hold of him nnd had tried
to eject him, In spite of the fact that
he had seen I1I3 badge. Ho explained
that his wife had told him that I.ua
hlwa was lying. He also complained
that the officers who finally took him
In chnrgo had used him roughly.
It was then'-that the Judge, al
though an absolutely elenr caso had
been mado out by tho prosecution,
and though the law makes tho offense
i very serious one, punishable with a
lino ns high us Si 000, paralyzed all
present by llndlng tho defendant
Tho news of tho decision spread
over tho pollco station Ilko wildfire.
nil the officers being unanimous In
tho opinion that fiom now on they
would have no protection of the law,
at least not In the Portuguese settle
ment, which, though generally law-
nbldlng, contains a tough clement
which often Interferes with officers.
especially when they make arrests In
It Is probable that the polite will
bring tho matter befoio tho Grand
Jury In ender tj try to get an indict
ment against (,'olto. "I don't like to
antagonize tho Couit," said SherifT
laukea this noon, "but 1 have the
matter under consideration, and may
hrlnglt befdro'.Uie araud'Jurj'."
(Continued from Piae 1)
Hon nnd be committed for tilal to tho
Tho now Grand Jury will com
menco Its labors soon. It Is believed
to bo a good body, and thero ureex
pectatlons that its investigations wilt
bo along djfferont lines from tlioto
of tho last two Grand Juries, which
wero extremely- peaceful bodies.
One of thu first? matters which will
como before tho now Inquisitorial
body will be the caso of A. lVTaylor,
Chief of Detectives, who Is charged
with having assaulted a Hawaiian
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Lining Up Delegates For 'i
WASHINGTON, U. (J., Dee, 17
There will he 0$0 delegates lo thu
Iteptlhliean National Convention In
190S, of whom &0G will represent the
4S fetatos nnd II tho .Territories ot
New Mexico, Arizona and Alaska, tho
District of Columbia, Philippine
1 orto Illco, nnd Hawaii, A majority,
j or 191, Is necessary to nominate a
candidate, anil it requires no complex
computation to show that not 0110 ot
tho candidates now in thu Held has
anthlng like n cinch on the nomina
tion Just yet. Nor can any ot them
llgtirc out now just where ho will se
cure tho number of votes necessary to
n choice; which goes to prove moro
than nnjvotllcr evidence to tho samo
effect which 11 wide-open contest tho
Hepubllcnn raco Is.
Assuming that every one pf tho fn
orllc sons now In the Jlcld Is suro of
n bolld delegation from his own State,
they start off like this:
Knox, of Pennsylvania, CS.
Taft, of Ohio, 40.
Cannon, of Illinois, f,i,
Fairbanks of Indiana, 30.
La Toilette, of Wisconsin, 2C.
This, of course, is Ignoring the con
test In Ohio, where Korakor purposes
lighting ifor delegates, and the 'oppo
sition to I,a rotlet'la in the lladgcr
State. Should Hughes capture tho
New fork; delegation, ho "would, -!cnd
oft with, 7ij, or Corto'lya'u woiriri; if bo
should I10 tho Kmplro State's candU
Secretary Taft Is tho only candl
dato who lias received tontatlvo In
dorsements from cither States than
his own. Stnto committees or con
ventions In tho West liavo cxjircsseM
a preference for him such as Ne
braska, with 1C votes, and Kansas,
Produced under tho same conditions a that
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with 20. Alaskn'e two delegates bayo
been-iustrildcd for film and tho two
1'elegfttci from 'tho lllglith Michigan
district wore pledged In Cannon; but
ilf.ee this was pi lor to tho Issuo .of
tho call of tho national committee. It
must bo dona over ngalft. Various
communities aro Impregnated with
ceiitltncnt for this or Hint candidate
but up to tlil:i tlmo thero has been no
Tho nggregato delegate vote of tho
six States named Is 302, which leaves
R78 delegates to light for tn the other
39 States and In tho Territories nnd
insular possessions. Therefore, most
of the political soil ot the country is
what jnlglit bo called fallow, and
consequently ready for tho plowof
tho Presidential 'husbandnlcn. Such
a piospcct will call for tho utmoit
exertion on the part of the candi
dates, and all have a great lescrvo of
seed to sow'.
Tho grcatejt activity will doubt
less be witnessed In tlio South, whero
tho crop of delegates will number
2G4, divided ns follows among tlio
several States: Alabama, 22; Alkali
bas, IS; Florida, 10; Ocorgla, 2C;
Louisiana, IS; Mississippi, 20; North
Carolina, 4: South Carolina, IS;
Tennessee, 24; Texas, 30; Virginia,
I; Oklahoma, 14. Counting tho
border States of Kentucky',' with 2G,
and Missouri,, with DC, makes a total
Two hundred thousand ballots have
been received by tho national ofllcers
of tho Drotherliood of Painters and
Decorators of America at Lafayette,
MM. It Is a referendum election. John
M. Vail of Chicago lu ono of tho eight
candidates for president.
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