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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., THURSDAY, JAN) 8, 1908.
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 Tueiday of each week'.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Rarrlnjton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LABQE3T OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Enlncd at thf rotloffic. at Honolulu
as second class matter
Otcn some assuranco that tlio
whole battleship ncet will come hero
there Is no doubt that Honolulu will
be amply prepared.
"Constant Header's" conimunlca
tlon la very Interesting but he makes
a mlstako In thinking tho Hullo
tin Is at all personal In Its com
Don't loso sight of the fact that
tlicro Is no better business for quick
ly building up an American town
than tho business resulting from
large numbers of American tourists.
"Tho Optimist wins" Is tho leading
text of tho Optimistic Club of Salt
Lake, organized for, and very sue
ccssful In. promoting tho progress
which tho despised Knocker would
Whether the llect cones or not, It
is good business for Honolulu to fig
ure up its supplies and dctermlno
how long they would last under tho
demand created by fifteen thousand
If putting Ab Kucf In Jail hinders
the work of tho prosecution, there at
once arises tho suspicion that the
new San Francisco government Is op
posed to the graft convictions moving
Perhaps the fact that J. 11. Castle
contemplates making money for tho
Territory as well as himself Is what
mystifies the Hoard of Agriculture.
As a rule, "government" Is supposed
to tuku the short end of It.
"Doth men think they nro right" Is
the headline over a Washington dis
patch dealing with the fist tjght be
tween Congressmen Williams and Do
Armond. So It Is the frlenils who
nro having a struggle at tho present
TjHar--s--r" i 1 1!
France and England combining to
avert war between Japan and Amer
ica would grow nged beforo thcro Is
any real work for them to do. As
agents, however, of tho Atlantic
coast men who want tho big fleet to
remain on that coast, they would
serve a real purpose.
"A Friend" sends n personal notlco
to this paper for publication. Thcro
is nothing In tho text of tho Item to
suggest that ho Is other than a frlcna
of tho person to whom ho refers, but
the Hull etln requires that ull4j-P
such matter be accompanied by tho
name of tho person sending it to tho
FOOLISH WAR TALK.
Paris has bo suddenly become tho
center of war rumors involving tho
United. States that It Is quito natural
for tho peoplo to tuKo moro thnn pass
On the theory that talk of peace
and tho habit of peace talk as In
dulged In at peace conferences doos
much to promote peace, to constant
reiteration of war talk starts tho
thoughts of the people in the wrong
direction, and, to an extent, Increases
Tho H ti 1 1 e 1 1 n has had no occa
sion to clinngo Its opinion, based on
tho best of Information, that tho real
center of troublo nt the present tlmo
Is Pekln, not Toklo. And, this being
tho caso, thcro Is moro truth In tho
Paris dispatch of yesterday that
Japan la too deeply engaged In tho
affairs of ABla to consider othor mat
ters Is a closer approach to tho ab
soluto facts thnn tho rulmlnatlous of
Klach or tho rumors started to lnftu
enco prices on tho Hourso.
Wo nro not at all surprised to find
tho Chinese of tho Territory moving
to bring about an opon door for their
people in the agricultural Industry
of Hawaii. There Is no cause to crit
icise them for keeping constantly at
It would bo a very doubtful policy,
however, for Hawaii to flguro promi
nently In n campaign for tho Immi
gration of (jlitneso labor at this tlmo.
Bucli a campaign must go Immediate-
r six Montiu .n0
r.r Year, itiy litre In US, . .. I.oo
Per Ytr, unyxlitre In Canada I. no
PcrY.sr iwlpald, foreign 3.oo
JANUARY 9. 1908
ly ngnliist tho stone wall or ninlnlniul
prejudice, and our nearest neighbors
would be our moBt severe critics.
Whether Justly or not, tho country
has put its face against additional
Immigration from Oriental countries
bordering on tlio I'.tclllc. To creato
n change requires a long struggle)
and friendly mainland cooperation.
Thcro could be no more Inoppor
tune moment to present tho Chlncso
Immigration question to tho Ameri
can people. There arc too many
other things sadly needed which
thcro Is good prospect of obtaining,
but which might bo completely ilc
fcated by a rovlval of tho Chinese la
JJ 1 1 ms..m.
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Temperatures a. m., C7; 8 a. m.,
70; 10 a. m., 73; noon, 74; morning
Ilaromcter, 8 n. m., .10.13; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m 4.109 grains per
cubic foot; rclathe humidity, 8 a. m.,
Cfi per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., C4.
Wind C u. in., velocity C, direction
N.; 8 a. m., velocity 4, direction N.;
10 a in., cloclty 4. direction N. ;
noon, velocity 5, direction N.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended S n.
m.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 15.1 miles.
VM. 0. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bureau.
Nitroglycerin which ho made in tho
California university laboratoilcu
blows off tho hnnd of ii student who
pours It upon lighted match to dem
onstrate Us properties.
KILAUEA VOLCANO IN ERUPTION.
HILO, Doc. 31st. Tho entire pit
of the crater KILAUKA Is actlvo and
tho reflection from tho flro beenmo
visiblo at HUo nt 11 o'clock last
night. (Special by WJrolcss.)
Don't Miss the Opportunity of a
Go and See the Wonder of the
Pacifio in Action.
THE ROUND TRIP COSTS ONLY
Tho Volcano can be visited with com
fort and nbsoluto safety. For
Information regarding the
trip apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.,
Cor., Merchant and Fort Streets,
Aloha Lane $18.00
Beretania Street S40.00
Victoria Street ... . .335.00
Beretania Street $22.50
Matlock Avenue S22.50
Kinau Street $30.00
Punohbowl Street $30.00
Matlock Avenue S25.00
King Street $15.00
Kewalo Street J22.60
Liliha Street $15.00
Kalihi Road $20.00
King Street $16.00
Leasehold on about 30 acres in Ka
lihi Valley. Chance for small far
mer. Waterhouse Trust
Corner Fort and Merohant Sts.
mk mk && '
Settlement Road, 2 bedrooms. $19.00
Young St., 2 B. R $30.00
Pawaa St,, 2 B. R $35.00
Kaimuki, 1 B. R
Punchbowl, 2 B. R
Manoa, 2 B. R
School St., 2 B. R
Emma Lane, 3 B. R
Robello Lane, 2 B. B
Punchbowl St., 2 B. R.
Wilder Ave, 2 B. R
Wilder Ave., 3 B. R
Gnndall Lane, 3 B. R
King St., 2 B. R
. .$ 8.00
Lunalilo St., 3 B. R
Beretania Ave., 4 B. R.
Renters and Homescekers should
visit Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
SkiJt 1jmk &ftJ?W
AT POULTRY SHOW
Tho Poultry Show Is commencing
to draw a large number of spectators
at tho drill shed. The Judges arc still
busy examining and awarding prizes.
None of tho birds liavo died since
'.hoy were put up for public show.
Tho care-takers aro always around
with fresh water mid good feed for
them. For tho comfort of tho fowls
extra electric fans havo been added.
Ono of tho Whlto Leghorns, belong
ing to V. C. Wcedon, a winner of tho
first prize, was tho center of attrac
tion this forenoon.
Tho Judges expect tp havo a big
turn-out this nftcrnoon. It is expect
ed that before tho show closes tho
children of tho public bchools will bo
glen ni opportunity to visit tho Drill
Shed and too tho show.
Following nro tho prlzo winners:
Coop No. 2Harred Plymouth Ilock,
A. W. Seabury owner, second.
Coop 3 Ilarrcd Plymouth Rock, W.
K. Wall owner, first.
Coop 5 Ilarrcd Plymouth Itock. W.
K. Wall owner, third.
Coop G Ilarrcd Plymouth Ho '', F.
C. Athcrton owner, second.
Coop 10 Barred Plymouth Hock, A.
W. Seabury owner, third.
Coop 12 Barred Plymouth Hock, W.
U. Wall owner, first.
Coop 1C Harred Plymouth nock, F.
C. Athcrton owner, first.
Coop 19 Barred Plymouth Hock, C.
M. Cooke, Jr., owner, second. ,
Coop 23 Harred Plymouth Hock, W.
K, Wall owner, third.
Coop 21 Harred Plymouth Hock, C.
M. Cooke, Jr., owner, flist.
Coop 28 Barred Plymouth nock, A.
W. Seabury owner, second.
Coop 30 Barred Plymouth Hock, A.
W. Seabury owner, third.
Coop 35 Harred Plymouth Hock, A.
W. Seabury owner, second.
Coop 3G Daricd Plymouth Hock, W.
13. Wall owner, first.
Coop 37 Barred Plymouth Hock, W.
i:. Wall owner, third.
Coop 12 Whlto Plymouth Hock, Dr.
C. II.. High owner, second.
Coops 43, 11 Whlto Plymouth
Rock, Dr. C. II. High owner, first.
Coop 43 Whlto Plymouth Hock, Dr.
U. B. High owner, second.
Coop 47 Whlto Plymouth Hock, L.
C. Abies owner, first.
Coop 01 White Plymouth RockW.
K. Wall owner, second.
Coop 52 Whlto PI) mouth Hock, W.
E. Wall tiwner,,thlrd.
Coop 53 Whlto Plymouth nock, L.
C. Abies owner, second.
Cooti 5fi Whlto Plymouth Hock, W.
K. Wall owner, third.
Coop 58 Whlto PI mouth Hock, W.
K. Wall ownor, first.
Coop (11 Whlto Plymouth Hock, W.
K. Wall n-MjiT, first.
Coop (ii i ,tc V. m iiith Hock, A.
II. AfOllg OA Ml I, ICC.. I
Coops G5, (. . -W.i.'o yaudottto, A.
H. Afong owner, llnt.
Coop 07 -While Wyaudotto. MrB. H
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
B. F. Ehlers
P. O. Dox 716.
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Coop 68 White Wyandotte, Mrs". H
li. Wnlty owner, second.
coop 69 Huff Wyandotte, II. F.
Dcardmoro owner, second.
coop 70 Buff Wyandotte, W. C.
Wcedon owner, third,
.Coop 72 Huff Wyaudotto, Leu Todd
Coop 73 Buff Wynmlotto, Leo Todd
Coop 75 Hurt Wjandottc, Leo Todd
Coop 76 Huff Wynndottto, B. F
Ueardmorq owner, second.
Coop 77 Buff Wyandotte, B. F.
Heardmoro owner, first.
Coop 78 Burf Wyandotte, W. C.
Wcedon owner, first.
Coop 83 Huff Wyaudotto, MrB. M.
llanna owner, first.
Coop 85 Hhodo Island Hud, Jno.
Cullcn owner, second.
Coop 86 Hhodo Island Hod, Jno.
Cullcn owner, third.
Coop 89 Hhodo Island Hcd, Jno.
Cullcn owner, third.
Coop 90 Hhodo Island Hcd. Jno.
Cullcn owner, second.
Coop 91 Rhode Island Hed. Jnu
Cullcn owner, first.
Coopa 92, 93 Hhodo Island ncd. J.
Andrndo owner, first and second.
Coop 90 Dark Hrahma, Prank San
tos owner, third.
Coop 97 Dark Brahma, Frank San
tos owner, first and second.
Coop 98 Dark Hrahma, SI. Camara
Coup 170 Black Orpingtons, Chas.
McWayno owner, first.
Coop 103 Brown Leghorn, W. C.
Wecdon owner, first.
Coop 103 Brown Leghorn, W. C.
Weodon owner, second.
Coop 100 Whlto Leghorn, R. C.
Brown ownor, third.
Coop 107 White Leghorn, Mrs. An
na Shnw owner, first.
Coop 109 Whlto Leghorn, W. E.
Wall owner, second.
Coop 110 Whlto Leghorn, It. C.
nrown owner, first.
Coop 112 Whlto leghorn, W. C.
Weedon ownor, second.
Coop 114 Whlto Leghorn, W. E.
Wall owner, third.
Coop 115 Whlto Leghorn, R. C.
Drown owner, first.
Coop 118 Whlto Leghorn, C. W.
Booth owner, second.
Coop 119 Whlto Leghorn, W. C.
Weedon ownor, third.
Coop 128 Whlto Leghorn, W. C.
Wcedon owner, second.
Coop 131 Whlto Leghorn, Lemon
& Warren owners, third.
Coops 132, 133 Whlto Leghorn, W.
B. Wall owner, first and second.
Coop 137 Whlto Leghorn, W. E.
Wall ownor, first.
1G3 Huff Orpington, J. F. O, Stokes
owner, first.1 J
Coop 101 pult Orpington, Chas.
McWayno ownor, first.
Coop 17Qi-'hlaek Orpington, Chits.
.McWayno tfwKbr, first.
Cops 172. nS-r-Whlto Orpington, W.
C. Wcedon ownor, first, second and
Coops 180, 181 Silver Spangled
Hamburg: Harold Jeffs owner, first,
second and third.
Coops 182, 183 Hlack-Red dame,
John Culluu owner, first.
Coop 184 Ducking Oamo, John Cul-
HAVE YOU NOTICED OUR STOCK
We carry the Famous HAWKES
glass as well as other cheaper grades.
Our stock comprises Everything
Made in Cut Glass.
WE WELCOME A COMPARISON
IN THE EVENING try a din
ner at the best cafe in town.
Dinner every night till 8
Alexander Young Cafe
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
ten owner, fjrpt.
Coops, 185, USG- Wacfc Oamo, John
Culleii pwntfr,' ilrst, second 'nhd Htlrd.
Coop 1S7 Cornish Indian flame, St.
C. Sayres owner, secoli'd.
Coop 188 Cornish Indian dame, St.
C Sayics owner, first.
Coop 189 Cornish Indian flnme,
John Mnrkham owner, third.
Coop 190 Cornish Indian Game,
Qcorgo H, Robertson, first.
Coop 192 Cornish Indian Onnic,
John Mnrkham owner, second and
Coop 193 Whlto Indian Oanio, L.
C. Abies owner, first.
Coops 194, 193 Malay Oamo, C. W.
Booth owner, second and third.
Coops 190 Jnpaneeo Game, Allen
DaIs owner .first.
(Continued from Pace 3)
action of Nnnnwnkoa In making
the men of the road department cdu
trlouto n part of the wages to buy u
Christmas present for Archer. It is
B.ilu thnt Archer got wind of the pill
Kin and refused to accept tho Christ
County Officers Report
iseunor .ox nor ivcnioua were
present nt the meeting, and tho be
ginning of the session was somcwhnt
delayed by -the necessity of waiting
for n quorum. Tho usual reports of
County officers wcro presented.
Treasurer Trent presented n lengthy
report showing the stnto of County
finances. Tho Sheriff filed n report
In which he stated (hat during tho
month there had been In Honolulu
district 295 nricsts, resulting In 240
convictions und fines amounting to
S17C7.r,n. Tho other districts brought
tho total of arrests up to 332, with
272 convictions and fines amounting
Hoad Supervisor Sam Johnson In
his report stated that during tho past
year thcro baa been constructed 45,
5G5 feet of road, nt n cost of $15,
384. 3G. Twenty-six thousand three
hundred feet of road have been dress
ed with material other than macad
am nt a cost of-J874J.GS. In lining
and grading SG0.11. 82 wcro spent, 2
898.89 was spent on oiling various
streets and $3170.83 was expended
In putting In concrete nnd stono
paved glitters, while $2323.77 was
fpent on new culverts nnd repairing
retaining walls. In other workB,
clean nnd sweeping streets nnd op
erating qunrrlca, $30,428 was spent.
The following aro tho accounts
prctiontod nnd ordered paid: Kaplo
lanl Park, $3G3.45; County olllco
rent, $50; County AutlUor, $3G.10;
Wnlanao road district, $31.70; com-
mlsjIAn on road taxes, $19; Pupukca
pound, $59.54; County Enclnccr.
'$99.1S; Flro Department, $788.18;
County Attornoy, $02; Koolnupoko
Hoad District, $83.35; Kwa Hoad DIs
trlct, $528. G7; Coroner's fees, $21;
I'ollco Department, $74.75; Electric
Light Department, $888.97; police
nnd flro alarm, $235.22; road depart
ment, rond tax fund, $4500; Hawaii
an band, $75; road department,
$645.29; gnrbago department, $313
98; County Treasurer, $20.50; Wnl-
nlua road district, $447.06; Koolau-
poko load district, $577.57; road de
partment, $170; road department.
Alowa Heights, $86.75; County
Tho noxt ineelng of tho Board will
bo held on tho 17th.
It Is cruelty to tho Innocent not to
punish tho guilty.
with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref
crencc. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
OF BEAUTIFUL MATERIALS JUST IN FROM
THAT KING OF EASTERN TAILORS,
Edward V. Price,
Clothes Made To Order
We have all the new Spring Styles for 1008, and, with our system
of scientific measurement and photographs, we can absolutely guarantee
you perfect fit and perfect satisfaction at a lower price than you can get
at any custom tailor's,
M. McINERMY, 37TD.,
Haberdasher and Clothier Merchant and Forfc
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ii we did nay
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EST, HANDSOMEST, most CONVENIENT and DURABLE of all
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you will KNQW it is, and also understand WHY.
It lasts a life-time. Is'nt that, in itself, a good rcns3n for
having the BEST refrigerator that's made?
H. HACKFELD & CO,, Ltd.
A fine display of quality and shades.
For children and infants. The right thing
in this country
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We have just receiv
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in papc, cloth and lea
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