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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. !!., FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1908.'
S V ENING B TJiLLETIN
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.
WnlUiotf R. Rnrrinjjton, - - I3d!tir
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
llVtl.NINU nuui.m I.N
Ptr Month, anjtierelii US $ ,7t
PerUuirter An)ulirreiti I 5 3.oo
Tvt tflr, n where I n U S H.ou
fcr Ytar. po.traid, foreign, . Il.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST 0? ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
EutereJ at the PtnluflKe at Honolulu
at arcoml ilass matter
It Is nlways worth whllo for Ho
nolulu to stand by the llooatcr pol
"When In doubt take Optimism"
does not appeal to a man without
honor or n despised Knocker.
Hepburn's bills for Hawaii have
nlways been Reasonably certain of
the. favornblo consideration of Con
press. J J 9 - - - I . ' '
Inciease of the National Ouaril to
a full-sized teclment will have a
good effect on the service In Hawaii
by bringing in a larger representa
tion from the outside districts.
Schmltz and Ituef free will fur
nish another opportunity for San
Francisco to show whether It Is real
ly tired of bolus good, and Is willing
to lot them stay free If they so de
sire. A writer In Success says tho Chi
nese (io eminent can stop the mas
mere of lluropcnns when it wants to.
The recent cablegram reports Indi
cate tliattho (ioernmcnt Is not as
fctrong as lie supposed.
Delegate Kuhlo Is a member of
tho House Committee on Territories
at the request of tho Committee's
chairman. That's a pretty good rec
ommendation of the desire of the
Committee that Hawaii be repre
hented. Senator Hale's proposal to Inciease
the pay of tho men in tho Navy Is
good. As to tho technicalities of thn
'consideration due officers of tho line
and those not officers of tho line, all
the people want Is a decision that
will assuredly lncrcaso tho clllclency
of tho American Navy.
KUHIO'S COMMITTEE PLACE.
The extracts from the Congression
al Hecord published in tills Issuo puts
a quietus on all political campaigns
that were hatching as a result of
Speaker Cannon's fulluro to appoint
Delegate Kuhlo to the House Com
mittee on Territories.
Hnwall's Delegate though left oft
the Speaker's slate gained member
(hip by tho unanimous consent of his
fellow Congressmen and possibly
strengthens his position as a result.
It Is quite probable that the. plan of
finally placing Kuhlo on tho commit
tee was understood before tho ap
pointments were made. Not having
a vote In tho House or In tho Com
mittee, the Dulegate could well af
ford to gho way to the deslro of tho
Speaker to place a voting friend on
Tho position of n Territorial Delo
, gate on tho commltteo In any event
Is a matter of courtesy. And, re
ceived at tho hands of tho House by
unanimous consent, tliero Is no occa
sion for any unpleasant feelings over
t There Is no doubt that Hawaii's
IntorestB are being well guarded at
Washington and tho Territory's
friends have not become less.
HAWAII'S IMMIGRATION BILL
. A favorablo report for Hawaii's
.Immigration bill Is a good point gain
ti for increased L'uropean Immigra
tion to these Islands.
to The people of tho Islands hnvo
been led to bellovo that this amend-
..,.. , .!. i,...i .i .
t.h thi rmr,- w ,.,., .,,
.pass this Congress. We Know of no
.reason to doubt this Information, hut
ilhavlng got tho measure so quickly I,. .... tj"111118111113, 0nnfl
' through tho House commltteo and be- ' ?llhl0?oa? 5?0'
.lore the House, there is always al .K ?7et )l'?Sl
, possibility that it may find one of
'the loopholes by which amendments
;go through in a twinkling.
f In view of tho action of tho tom
mlttco It Is particularly fortunate
hat the record In Hawaii has not
-been complicated by the Chinese im -
'migration manor, u win inueeu no
nn assistance just as this time to
have tho fact known that tho prin
cipal business organization of Hono
lulu has taken tho position of doing
... a II. fnn. t, t n tlmn
;uiiu ....,.(. .. .....
' Tho Kuropoan labor program Is tho
4 nno,ior(tho, leaders. uf this Torrltory
WUBKL.Y UUIJLR'I I.N
rcrSuMontlu (S .Bo
Per Vcr, tijulicrc In U S . . . I.nn
Vvr Year, anyw here In Canada I.nn
I'errar fHti.tiU. foreign 2. on
JANUARY 10, 1903
to stick li inn ll It Is put through.
After that. It Is time enough to con-
sldei wlmt should then bo done.
CIVICS AND CEMETERIES.
The resumption of the cemetery
agitation renews the hope that this
i cully Important pioblcm for tho city
of Honolulu may finally reach a set
Uvcry Hoard of Health for tho last
ten years lias had periodical strug
gles with tho subject anil llttlo piog-
icss has been made. Reports pre
sented to the Hoard from tlmo to
lime show there Is still work to be
done and tho iccoiumendnttons made
by the Hoard itself rccogntzo tho
The subject has apparently, been a
hard one to deal with because people
protest at tho-thought of the remains
ol dear ones being disturbed by an
official mandate, yet don't hesitate to
use a burial ground that Is perhaps
Insanitary and where old graves are
disturbed In making a place for tins
It has been said of more than ono
good caitHC which linolvos public
protest from somo sections of a com
munity, that it has to advance grad
ually In order to allow tho sharp
edge of tho protest to wear off, or
the community bcctlons to become ed
ucated. If tho Clvc Federation has
tackled tho subject at tho psycholog
ical moment to overcome tho last
protest all those Intel ested nro to bo
EILAUEA VOLCANO IN ERUPTION.
HILO, Dec. 31st. The cntlro pit
of tho crater KILAUttA Is actlvo and
the reflection from the flro became
visible at Hllo at 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.
THE ROUND TRIP COSTS ONLY
Tho Volcano can be visited with com
fort and absolute safety. For
Information regarding tho
trip apply to -THE
HENRY WATERH0U3E 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
" IT.-- Pi i. A.tyiA
?'" .""1 5i"'""
iV.-mIa C4...l &nn Krt
-newtuu gurci ,j,u
Liliha Street $15.00
'Leaeehold on about 30 acres in Ka-
lihl Valley. Chance for small far
Corner Port ard Merchant Sts,
rnTiw,riwwiFi i ' 'win1'
- - N'Tff3!5- '
Sjwd 1md &o.C(
Settlement Road, 2 bedrooms. $12.00
Young St., 2 B. R S30.00
Pawaa St., 2 B. R $35.00
Kaimuki, 1 B. R S COO
Punchbowl, 2 B. R $ 8.00
Manoa, 2 B. R $15.00
School St., 2 B. R $15.00
Emma Lane, 3 B. R $15.00
Robcllo 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
Lunnlilo St., 3 B. R $40.00
Eeretania Ave., 4 B. R $50.00
Renters and Homcscekcrs should
visit Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Sfilld mk hoM
"Tho Hawaiian Go eminent wanta
everything It can lay Its hands on,"
cried Lieutenant Colonel Anderson, of
the United States Inspection Sun Ice.
laughingly to a icpreseutatlvo of tho
Hull ctln this afternoon. "Hero
the Hawaiian peoplo nam us to turn a
lot of country laud and city lols over
to them and wo aro suffering a coil'
-tunt drain on tho Treasury all tho
tlmo because of tho high rents wo pay
for wlint buildings aro used here."
"Seriously, though, tliero Is nothing
of any moment or Importance connect
ed with my vlbit hero; Just the routine
Inspection Ult. It was hero on tho
fame business last Match. I havo
been Inspecting a little, l,it etc)
thing Is bo well ordrteil In ro ti at
there Is nothing for mo lo do Cuii-.u
qucntly I nm Just loafing ami enjoy
ing m self In tho (nrdeu of the Pa
clflc and that Is all I Intend to do
until I leave."
Colonel Anderson travels continual
ly Inspecting the nrlous foreign de
partments for tho U. S. Government.
He camo down, on tho China, and will
return on the Mongolia.
A cablo message was received hoio
ycstciday announcing tho death In.
Los Angeles of Mrs. Z. S. Spauldlng of"
Kauai. Slnco 18S9 Mis. Spauldlng has
been living abroad, principally In
'taly, on account of her health. Dur
ing tho past year bIio. camo and lived
in Los Angeles, wheic she had tin
pioed In health. Sho died of paralys
is ast Wednesday night. Col. Spauld
lng Is on his wny to meet his wtfo,
having left hero In tho Alameda last
Wednesday. Mrs. Spalding was tho
;ldest daughter of tho late Captain
and Mrs. Makce. Sho was born In
March 1847, and married to Col.
Spalding thlrty-flvo jcars ago.
Two sons and thrco daughters Btir
vlve. Tho sons are Itutus and James
Spalding, and tho daughters aro Mrs.
Hrodero, tho Countess Scnnl, and tlu
Mis. Scalding was a sister of Mrs
L'. D. Tenney, Mre, Noonan, Mrs.
Gcorgo Ih'i eit, Mrs. Hastings, Mrs.
Clarence ! ttf i line and Chap.
Mgr. I'o.ccill, up to!U delegate to
Constantln"plf hni boon appointed
papal nuncio at lliussels.
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
B. F. Ehlers
Fort St. 'P. O. Dox 716.
The total tax collections on Oaliu
for tho year ended December 31,
1907, according to n stntcmeilt pre
pared by Tax Assessor James L, Holt,
were $957,074.78, as against 922,
012.77 for tho piecedlng year. In
come tax collections Tor 1907 nmoun
tod to $17S,r,ac.8l, against S120,
fi.1S.18 for 1900. ' Thirty thousand
dollar.8 of Incomo tnxes arc still tied
up in tax appeals.
Heal estate taxes for 1907 amoun
ted to $310,880.71, compared with
J311.101.7C for 190C. Poll taxes fell
tilt heavily last year, duo to tho re
striction of immigration from Japan.
Poll taxes wcro collected from 7710
persons In 1907 and from 10,028
persons In 1906.
There was also a falling oft In
taxes collected 6ti personal property
last 5car, but $1-17,907.51 being col
lected In Honolulu against $156,
711.51 tho )ear before. The amount
collected In tho whole Island In i907
was $341,731.74. i
For bicycles $1510 was collected,
and for tags $155.90 last ear.
The Wal taxes collected during
1907 In tho Bevernl district wcici
Honolulu, $050,103.10; Hwa, $187,
012.17; Walanae, $10,002.70; Wnla
lua, $07,1040; Koolauloa, $1S,
180.29; KoolaupoUo, $17,961.50.
Tho Incomo taxes collected In this
County, which under the net of the
last Legislature go to other Counties
by reason of tho enterprises rrom
which they wcro paid being located
principally in other Counties nio as
follows: For Maul, $10,331; for
Hawaii, $37,725.31; for Kauai,
13,517.87; a total of $07,671.18.
It appears from the dispatch sent
to tho Columbus Sun of Georgia that
tho Democrats of Han alt wcro bunch
ed with Pnjto Klcn In tho person of
tho Hon. IIolc Smith. The following
dispatch tells tho story.
ATLANTA, (la., Dec. 12. (Spe
cial.) According to tho varying ac
counts received "here. Governor HoUo
Smith Is very much of an expansive
Some Union go Governor Smith se
cured the proxy of a member of tho
National Democratic Hxccutlvo Com
mittee, and htv1s attending the meet
ing of that bqdy; In Washington to
day. - . . .
According tc tho Journal, Govcrm
or Smith held tho proxy of tho com
mitteeman from Porto lllco. whllo a
special dispatch to tho Constitution
today states that ho Is representing
Palmer P. Woods, of Hawaii. It Is a
little dimtult to Btatc, thorcfore, wlie
ther tho Governor Is representing
Porto Hlco or Hawaii on tho commit
tee, but it would perhaps bo safo to
put him somewhere botween the two.
Tho Governor's visit to Washing
ton with a commltteo' proxy wns
somewhat of n surprlso to tho politi
cians, but Governor Smith is accus-
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 hest cafe in town.
Dinner every night till 8
Alexander Young Cafe
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
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8 Copjrlcui lw, lj Tl MiQilla Co. L
MAN-A-UN Is An
There arc many ailments
directly dependent upon con
stipation, such as biliousness,
discolored and pimpled skin,
inactive liver, dyspepsia, over
worked kidneys and headache.
Remove constipation and
all of tlicsc ailments dis
MAN-A-LIN can bo relied upon
to produce a gentle action of
the bowels, making pills and
drastic cathartics entirely un
necessary. A Dose or two of Man-a-lln
Is advisable In slight febrile
attacks, la grippe, colds and
The following wholcsalo druggist"
will supply tho ictnll trade:
Ilctisnn, Smith ic Co.. Ulonolulu,
Honolulu Ding Co., j Hawaii
tomed to dealing out political sur
prises, and others may bo looKed for.
That tliOGocrnor went to Wash
ington determined to bo heard from
In tho councils of tlio committee,
there is no question here. U Is pict
ty well understood that his purpose
Is to get on the next national com
mittee. CEMETERY SITUATION
(Continued from Pane D
fore that body for a long tlmo and Is
ono of tho perplexing questions yet
Mr Cr.sMo further gavo a flescrlp1
tlon of somo of the fearful conditions
which ho had found In bqnio of tho
best-known cemeteries of tho city,
where old coinns and skeletons hnvo
been unearthed during recent bur
ials. It Ir tho intention of tho com
mittee to make a completo tabulated
statemout, showing the slzo nnd chnr
ncter of each cemetciy, tho number
of burials and the vacant spaco left
in each and such other rafts as hmo
a bearing on tho subject.
with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref
erence. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
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! f: ' If ' ''ih'T "" i'' ? ' Vjl- flimmiuiMl iri limliri.nmr)l KixavxaimtamA. fammi mil
., MBSm tmj -a .
Ul : TFT. MterC cm & a &.
Ml C T It .
Y x ; i ' t.
F I 'I V
A t '&
j-Haberdasher and Clothier Merchant and Fort
irt fiiiiwimiMi in nun in"
is better than any othsr refrigerator on the market. It is
the most durable, msst economical and cleanest of refrig
erators. It is easily KEPT clean.
Every LEONARD is a masterpiece of the workman's
nrt. It' the best that can be turned out. And, when
you stop to think about it, you'll ngree tlfat, even if the
LEONARD did NOT last a lifetime, a refrigerator can't be
too good. -
It is the best safc-guaid of -your health that you can
H. Hackfelci & Co., Ltd., Agents
Blankets are nec.icd and wc have them for sale. Good
ones; nothing better: -
ALL WOOL. $5 to $7.50;
PURE COTTON. 75e to $3.00.
Great line of COMFORTERS, SPREADS and PILLOW
HUUANU BELOW HOTEL STREET.
OystF Cocktails and
Every jD After 4 p.ni.
S COttir' Tko RoyalAameac,
Cor. Irftarelxant and ISTsuiaiiu Sts.
Photo and Post
are useless when scat
tered around. What you
need is one of our new
Ve have just receiv
ed a new shipment of
plain and fancy albums
m paper, cloth and lea
ther. KODAK ALBUMS
from.. 10 cts. to $ 3.00
from.. 40 cts. to $10.00
Photo Supply Co.
JH ? iT4l Q . ffl H-"9
STEIN -BLOOH tailorsit
into all their eIothes,aud the
clothes being pure wool it
stays in rain and mist and
Oiar Bppisigg Sacks
are on oiu' tables. It will be
worth your while to try
them, even if no more than
TRY THEM Oltf
r rpwx--vmrmTxjr faacvraMaazaarr v
Hotel St. Store
OPP. YOUNG HOTEL.
of Ties, Belts
Bath. Holies Just In
When you feel like
taking a nip with a
friend, go to
(BILLY HOWELL'S PLACE)
Exlusively European Plan.
EDWIN 0. CniLD Manager
Robert Burns Cigar
M. A. Gunst & Co.
The salt that
flavors the suit
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