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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JAN S, 1008.
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.
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VVnltnco R. Ptirrlnjfton, , . - Editor
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rer Aloiilh iinynlttre in IS 9 ,7u
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I'cMfjir ntlhlKre nil 3 H.uo
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF
in the Territory of Hawaii.
EutareJ at llie pMtoflice M Honolulu
1 irronu cm? mailer
Take In the poultrj hiiow.
well worth while
Iloostcrs for Honolulu will not ml
to give a cood slinro to the Tlor.il
Canada Joins In the desire to Keep
tho Japanese, in Hawaii. This satis
Secretary Wood s.is the tourists
moliiB west nro Incie.islng :n nuin
her. Ho Knows,
It Is safe to sn that tho financial
1)111 Introdiued by Senator Ald
rlc.li contains no section that will
strengthen tho central-bank Idea.
It Is pleasant to learn that tho tho
Ltrlc.il people hn settled their dif
ferences. It Is Tor Honolulu s Inter
est that tho few amusements It has
The l'carl Harbor appropriation
and nsslstaneo to the American mer
chant marine will mean more to tho
prosperity of Hawaii than nn other
pioposltlon now before Congress.
Count Okum.i can plead guilt) of
being ono of Japan's most proline
mouthpieces. Ills rash remarks fol
lowed li speedy repudiation suggest
that he Is being uc.d to say things
that will bring out comment.
ThOjJoy of being a despised Hono
lulu Knocker appeals to tho man
without honor. The boosting cam
paign Is what will make Honolulu
and Hawaii take front rank In tho
next two years of record-breaking
It may be that Dclegato Kuhlo's
failuro to mako tho Committee on
Territories Is duo to the fact that
Uncle Joe Cannon figured his Presi
dential boom would be moro mate
rially aided tin ouch tho appointment
of a Congressman who counts for
more dclegutes in tho National con
vention. "Tho history of the world has not
jet presented an example of an or
ganization grown sleek and fat and
conscienceless by the destruction of
human freedom nnd tho spoliation or
mankind that has the virtue nnd hon
esty to make restitution and return
to an exemplary life, nor will such n
phenomenon oer bo seen under tho
sun. Whether the organization bo
religious, political or social, that law
Is equally irreversible by which Ep
rnlm is joined to his Idols." Kid
path. THE TIME TO BUY.
This Is tho tlmo to buy.
Tho doctrine of tho East, which Is
being religiously preached by tho
financial newspapers of the mainland,
Is especially worthy of constant reit
eration In the Territory of Hawaii
Every business-man and every fln
nntlal leader of the mainland Is freo
to Inform tho people that, now tho
water has beon-squeczed out of many
of tho Inflated stocks and others sent
below their real valuo In sympathy
with tho panlcy feeling, no better op
portunity could possibly offor for tho
porton with a little money to make
Investments at bedrock pi Ices.
If this bo truo on tho mainland
nnd It Is how much moro attractho
must bo tho market of Hawaiian In
This Torrlfory has been nlToctcd
only Indirectly by tho panic. Coin
has been senrco and ns n result tho
most taluablo Investments to bo
found In uny market hao gono to
Tho dividend capacity of Hawaii's
Industrial corpoiatlons has not been
materially changed. Tho properties
of the Islands wore never In better
, condition to mako profits.
The great problem of tho prlco at
which our sugar will bo sold never
Vromlsed to hno a brighter solution
At n tlmo of yenr when the pressure
of onrly crop returns usually sends
the market quotations down, wo find
tho. prlco for our chief product ruling
high. Whether this bo duo to tho
ohort beet crop or tho tlror Cabin
crop or nn exhaustion of "Invlslblo
.r.uuplIea'Ms a majtor of speculation.
WUIHCUY UUIJL11 f IN
I'M Sl Monllu . B .
IVr cr anjrH here In U l.it
Pelcar atowlirre in I anailu I. nil
Per ear jioMjuiJ foreign .. . 3.iu
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JANUARY 8, 1008
The fail 1 cumin t that the price Is
hlgn mid hIioiiIiI hold to a high ner
age Itehlnd the Immediate piospcct of
good returns ou securities now at a
low prlco is the historical fact thnt
in all the lines of Industrial stocks
tho world over none has in n long
pel luil of je.irn mnda a better show
ing than tho list offered In the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
There Is eer reason why the peo
ple of Hawaii who limp sp.uu money
should follow Ilio mainland advice to
The buyer of homo tocurltlcs In tho
Tcrrltorj of Hawaii Is bound to win.
EASTERN PRESS IS WAKING UK
Tho cninpilgu for tho better pro
tection of American interests In and
bordering on tho l'nclflc Is going for
wnid gindunlly. There Is no doubt
that If Dclcgato Kuhlo's suggestion
weic taken up' It would mote moro
The principal dllllcult) presented
In obtaining tho necessary nppropria
tlons is that the people don't know
The hao decided that tho country
dull not surrender unj of tho Islands
In this pait of the world that hno
conic undur the hag Many have not
topped to realize exactly what this
means, and, until the nro reminded.
they look upon expenditures for de
fense as quite improper and not in
keeping with the traditional peaco
policies of the countiy.
The despatch of tho battleship
fleet has dona much In nn education
al way rroni this nnd other light
that Is being let In on tho situation
wo find newspapers of tho East, hlth-
KILAUEA VOLCANO IN ERUPTION.
HILO. Doe. 31st Tho cntlro pit
of the crater K1LAUKA Is active nnd
tho rollection from tho flro became
vlslblo at Illlo nt 11 o'clock last
night (Special by Wireless.)
Don't Miss the Opportunity of a
Go and See the Wonder of the
Pacific in Action.
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Tho Volcano can be visited with com
fort and absolute safety. For
Information regarding the
trip apply to
HENRY WATERH0U8E TRUST CO.,
Cor. Merchant and Fort Streets,
Aloha Lane $15.00
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
Leasehold on about 30 acres in Ka
lihi Valley. Chance for small far
mer. Waterhouse Trust
Corner i'ort and Merchant Sts.
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Sjiid mk feaC(
96 Toit Ihtfowfiiv
Settlement Road, 2 bedrooms. $12.00
Young St., 2 B. R $30.00
Pawaa St., 2 B. R $35.00
Knimuki, 1 B. R $ G.00
Punchbowl, 2 B. R $ 8.00
Manoa, 2 B. R . $15.00
School St., 2 B. R S15.00
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., 2 B. R $25.00
Lunalilo St., 3 B. R $10.00
L'eretania Ave., 4 B. R $50.00
Renters and Homeseekers should
visit Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Sjwnt 'iflmk &,
cito Indifferent, admitting that culi
nary rules of Bclf-prescrvatlon must
be followed as u natural sequence ot
tho expansion policy alrc.id iidopfod.
It Is gtdtiOing to note that a New
ark, N. .)., paper cordial! endorses
tho Mnnd.of the President foi llbci.il
appropriations to complete necessary
fortifications of tho Pacific Coast and
"Thcro Is ocry leason for pushing
theso works," oajs the Journal. "Wo
ore weak In coast fuitlficatlons, espe
cially in tho Pnctllc, where the logic
of tho situation makes them most
needed. Congress bhotild not Btlnt
Its nppioprlatlons for defensho
Also wo find the llaltlmnro Sun In
the ranks of tho newspapers ready to
arouse the nation to n full tenso of
Us duty In an editorial entitled "If
Wo Insist On Ilelug a World-Power
We .Must Spend Mone" tho Sun sas,
"It may bo tuio that tho Philippine"
Islands nnd the Hawaiian Islands nie
in no danger of nttnek; still It is not
deemed good policy to leave thoin
open ns u temptation to iiggresbors.
For this reason army estimates nro
greatly distended by requisitions for
money to do woik that should hnvo
been done long ago." "In caso of
war It would bo much cheaper to
hnc coast defenses to icpal an .it .i k
than to nmrcmlor tho L'ar.Ji . .
then cngago in pioti.ii.tod c:n, .0 u
to icemcr them, us national pildo
and spirit would compel." "Conspic
uous among these non-mtlltary ob
jects nro the estimates fort tho deep
ening of channels leading Into tho
principal seaports and for river and
Tho feature that chafes Hawaii
tomewhat Is Its constant association
with the Philippines, when, as. n mat
ter of fact, tho necessities of tho 'na
tion ns represented in the defense of
Hawaii and tho Philippines nro not
by any means Identical. To complete
tho defenses of this group ot Islands
Is to s.i o money ln-tlio dofensos of
tho Pacific Coast. Tho Philippines
group Is In a. chibs by Itself a vul
nerable point that should bo dealt
What Hawaii needs to do is to fol
low up tho President's mossage with
a further educational campaign that
will center pijbllc attention particu
larly on Poa.il Harbor. This should
bo tho perfectly-equipped station of
tho first lino of defense.
REGISTERED AT WRONG PLACE
Editor Eenlng llulletln: Tho Ad
vcrtlser of January fl, '08, under head
of ' Nuisance Unabated," publishes
"Editor Advoitlscr Whero nro tho
Hoard of Health Inspectors when, for
Iho last two weeks, u dead goat has
been rotting 111 a nrd next to tho Kn
walhno church without disturbance?
"(Signed) II. S. WAI.KEIt"
1 beg to mako a goneral dcnlnl of
tho aboc ' lalm owing lo tho fact that
tho gon' I ' i-silii had been hurled
unboknow i- v hi '-lor and had
been urt rt'1 i . "s b-ut tho
tlmo the iPixit wrs i lado If any
quell condition.! a o a' o-ice rogtstcrcl
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
Fort St. P. 6. Box 716,
nt Iho lioanl of IUmIIIi ofllce lhe
would bo Immediately attended lo
Chief Sanltnr umccr
Honolulu, Jan 7 1908
Ucorgo Keknnolia, who wns tho
central figure In tho ' Mormon case"
In Judgo Dole's court recently, got a
swat from tho list of Justlco this
morning that knocked him clear out
of the I lug.
Oeorgo Is now serving n four
months' sentenco for adultery with
Amla l.llfll, one of the fair unc3 of
the Mormon colon) nt l.nlc. Ho wns
nlso under Indictment for having won
tno loo of Kclchcua, a married wo
man of the same community, nnd jes-
terday both Oeorgo and the woman
plead guilty. They came up beforo
Judgo Dole this morning for sen
tence, and Oeorgo got his good nnd
hard. Nino long months nt hard
labor was the package handed out by
Tho story of Ocoigo's offense, ns
briefly outlined h Judgo Dole In
passing sentence. Is Ilko tho story
from tho Old Testament about King
David nnd the method ho adopted to
get another man's wife. Oeorgo did
n't exactly send the mnn to tho fore
front of battle to be killed; but ho
Old send him where ho would bo out
of the way nnd unahlo to block tho
wiles of tho emtio Gcoigo. As Ko
lehcua, the husband of tho woman
uncled by Keknuohn, wns one of tho
tatter's subordinates In the road de
partment, George found It nn easy,!
matter to dlbposo of him.
When Keknunha was asked by tho
Court whether or not he had any
thing to say wh sentence should not
bo pronounced, ho ninoo a speech
ho novcr misses nn opportunity to do
Hint In which he sta'tcd that with
great effort nnd b) the sweat of his
brow ho had accumulated a consldor
nblo amount of prnpert nn the other
tlilo of the Island which, If kept in
Jail until lifter Apill, he would lose,
ns ho had pledged It to ralso money
for his defense. "When I married
my wife," ho fc.ild, "I was tho best off
of nn; of the liuwallans nn that aide
of tho' Island. I ask the Court to be
ery lenient to me, and when I get
out of Jail, i liimulbo that I will not
(ommtt tho olTeiiM) nny more."
Kclehoun.had little to say for her-
Ipclf, merqly asking that her sentence
uo as rensonauio as possiuic.
"I am not disposed," said Judge
Dole, "tuW'iory lenient to ou, Ke-
kauoha, becauso of tho ery fact
that ou hae amassed considerable
property, nnd that you aro evidently
ono of tho most intelligent of tho Ha-
wallans, a man of Influence nnd gooo
(iddrcss. Yet, With nil that, ou lime
gone astia; you havo seduced two
women, and in this rnso havo broken
up a fnmlly so far as I know n hap-
p) family -nnd destroed tho family
life I hnvo seen tho husband of
Kclchcua, who told mo what I have
WHEN YOU BUY AN
rOU WANT ONE that will keep
out the rain.
When you buy one to give
to someone you want one that
looks well and will wear well.
A GOOD Umbrella will out
last two cheap ones and look twice
as well nil the time.
OURS ARE Q00D
Sec Them. You'll be convinced of
what we claim.
IN THE EVENING try a din
ner at the best cafe in town.
Dinner every night till 8
Alexander Young Cafe
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
heard before, that he was a subordi
nate of jours In tho road dcpaitmcut
nnd that In order to entry out jour
design ou stationed him so far nway
that he could not easily return home.
"Tho sentenco of tho Court, con-
tillering that ou nro already in Jail,
It, that ou bo Imprisoned for nl no
months, running simultaneously
with jour present sentence. As ou
still hnc about three mouths to
Bene, this amounts to about six
months nddttlonal sentence.
"And, Kclchcua, the law Is' nlwnjs
lenient to women In such cases Yet
ou lme sinned lownrd your fnmlly
nnd allowed It to bo broken up and
liino helped to break up the rnmtly or
Keknuohn, or seriously disturbed his
family life. Tho responsibility of tho
rare of our own children should
luno been enough to deter ou fiom
giving wny to the seductions of Ke
"Tho sentence of the Court Is that
ou ho confined in Oahu Jail for four
mouths, nnd pay the costs of court "
Pedro Itoilrlgucs, n gcn'lmnn ub
culhih, who plead guilty to Immoral
ity, wns given n dose of six months.
ii it ' ft H 1'
it H it H H it it
Temperatures 0 n. m., C3; 8 n. in ,
72; lit n m, 71; noon, 73; morning
Ilarometor, S u. in, SOU; absolute
humidity 8 n. m 1850 grnlns per
cubic foot; lolalho humidity 8 n. m
57 per cent; dew point, 8 n m . 55.
Wind C ii. in, oloclty 0, dlioclion
N.; S ii in., oloc!t I, directum N.E ;
in n. in, velocity L', direction W.
noon, elocltv 1. dlioctloit S. W.
Rainfall durliusNtt houis ended 8 n.
m., UO Inch.
Total wind mo cim.nl dm Ins 21
I (mis ended 'it noon, 151 imlM
W.M. IJ. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. U. S. Weather Bureau.
Chicken Show now open.
an hour there.
noadmnstcr Oarictt Hughes of the
Oahu Hallway & Land Co., Is ljlng at
tho Queen's Hospital with a badly dis
'ocated Uiuuldcr and hoiuo supeiflclal
bruises. He was making ono of his
rogulur tilps down the lino on tho
motor whvn It loft th,o track on ono
of the cur en nnd threw him over
ngalnst somo locks, rendering him un
conscious. Ilu was picked up n little
ater and brought to Honolulu on the
CARD OF THANKS
The family ot tho lato Jnmes
Stcrnntt Ilallcy wish to thank all
their dear friends for loving nets nnd
sympathy so freely given on this oc
currence of a loss Irreparable.
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