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EVENINP BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WHONRSnAY, FKH. C, 1003.
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At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
Citkrtil 'I t' I'"-' '! " '"" ,ull
.. h .ml l I i-n 'It HI' i
Kntert.ilnment of tho lleet moans
lino of two thlnfrs u monstrr affair
(in(illlntril In tvoAt-four hours, or
n net program Hint will stand repeat
ng. The Utter Founds more feas
ible. i ii . -n i i isj
1'ncle Sam's soldlcra ory much
Onjoycil inc pie-ieeci umiur mc irera i
of the Capitol. Tlio Navy hoys nro i
largel) from the great national plo- j
belt. Thli. with n water carnival.
(Would furnldli two good Items for Hie
L J.. L 1
If the town of Honolulu wishes to
fcond the men of tlio licet Into trans
port of real Joy, It will suiuily a
thousand saddle horses and an many
' driving tics and turn the boys loose
arter providing tho necessary has
flfots to assemble the remains.
, IL II .1 lUlit '
n, AVlren beet-sugar quotations hold
two shillings higher than for the
tfnme period last year, It is the bet
Guarantee that tho promise of good
btigar prices U no spcculatlc dream.
Tho prlre In the American market
cannot long remain far below pailty.
R .1 11 I m. -i- AM
Dwoltors of Mahikl arc not to bo
blamed for protesting against the ex
tension of nn ill-kept cemetery In
their cectlon of tho town. Tho Mn
l.lkl ccmolcrj grounds nro so poorly
cared for that limy nro an cyc-toro.
Kxlenslon suggests making a bad
' "3APfiu,S5aaEMCAll CITZENSHIP
Application by Japanese residents
for certificates of Hawaiian birth
thoulil not bo causa for surprise. Tho
bonder Is that thcro has not been an
earlier and larger demand.
Whothoi' for purposes of proving
. jAmcricnn citizenship or as n guarnu-
' too of perfect freedom of travel, the
I'urtiricule Is a good thing for tho
Japanese born In Hawaii to have.
Tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n does not nntlcl-
p.ita that there will ever bo Japanese
exclusion legislation passed by our
louutry. There Is certain, however,
'to bo rrsh let Ions plated fiom tlmo
to time on Jnpaneso leaving ,their
. own country, and a closo watch kept
lit Amur-lean ports, that the xplrlt and
tho letter of the restrictions may not
t bo defeated.
Whrtovcr happenn In the future le
gurdiiig tho Jnpaneso alien, It is an
j established fail that tho Japanese
bom In Uio Tcj-rlloiy of Hawaii will
, iliaro nil the prl lieges of ti.ivcl nnd
Wtlzcnshlp If ho elects to lnko them.
It Is therefore n very sensible, pio-
c.ccdlng for the parents of Japanese,
s" jouth to provide tho certificate nnd
y; establish tho recoid of birth.
Tho certificate Is also of tho grcat-
est Impoitanco if, as will bo tho caso
(f with n steadily lucieaslng number,
Jk, tno .Inpancbo youth born here elect
" Amcilcan citizenship nnd participate
in tho gencrumentnl affairs of this
lr country. A tertlflcato or birth will
f. prevent any wranglo over eligibility
to tho rights and privileges at tho
polls or In any matteis pertaining to
. government nnd holding property.
; It Is far better for nil concerned
that tho thoughts of citizenship bo
ht shaped during the early years of the
. llawallan-born Japanese, t'ho child
ft who linH been classed as n possible
citizen from Its early school days wi::
' mnko n safer and better member of
' the American community than ono
t who has grown to maturity with no
f thought of citizenship and then looks
tho matter up at a late hour nnd
t$ nunllllies pei haps because someone
h wants his vote.
JP Tho former will bo more liable to
ft. use his rights for tho good of tho
community nnd the country than will
GOOD ORCHESTRA, EDUCATIONAL
There Is more joy In the appi eola
tion of good music than in the nor-
,r formance. The orchestin player can
' ijt not hear his own Instrument. And
f, tho close pioxtmtty of like Instru
ct monts about him renders it Impos
' Fj Mblo for him to hear the orchestra
fns u whole. His greatest plc-ntur:
JP conies In tho knowledge of intorpre
' Ei,.tntiQn for others. It la tho privilege
, of the auditor standing at a dlatnuco
FEBRUARY 5, 1908
to drink in the exquisite tones, shades,
of expression, nnd ccstaclcs of har
mony, and to hear the story.
The man who pays for the privi
lege of listening to tho great Thomas
oichcstrn or the famous lloston Sym
phony orchestra buys tho goods be
low cost, for tho maintenance of
these splendid organizations comes
largely fiom private means. Tho
tamo can be said of the Honolulu
Symphony orchestra, except that tho
latter has yet to llnd Its Individual
"angel," the support being mostly
from Its members ns a whole.
The educational value of n good
orchestra to tiny city Is Inestimable.
To encourago thoso whose zeal nnd
talents arc freely given for the bet
terment of the musical taste Is to the
city's greatest Interests. This can
best be doncjjy a Inrgo attendance at
each concert. The Symphony orches
tia assures n musical success tomor
iciw ecnlng It Is up to the public
lo make It popular!) so.
GOULD NOT GOME
Detained By Business Shortly Before
the Time of the Mongolia's
"It was only at the "last minute
that Governor Pardee found that he
would be unnblo to come to Hono
lulu," said J. Walter Scott, of the
San Kranclsco Promotion Committee,
who arrived here on tho Mongolia.
'lluslneKS of n pressing nature de
manded his Immediate attention, and
tliough-hc was nil broken up because
of his Inability to leave. It was Im
possible for him to do t.o at that
time. His trip Is olT, and he will
not be ablo to conic at all now.
Among thoso In our party are tho
following: I1. H. Ilarnnrd and daugh
ter Jcsslo of Chlco, Mrs. Coriuno
Hideout, Mrs. Melissa, Mrs. Totter,
JIIss Nclllo Hughes, and J, Walter
Stott, wife and daughter."
The nbovt party will remain heio
tor some time.
Among other notables on the Mon
golia are Mr. .Miller, vice president of
the Chicago, Mllwtiukeo & St. Paul
Itallio.ul, nnd Mr. Illlnnd, who Is
General passenger agent for tho same
ronipany The) mo now on their
way to Japan nnd China, looking ov
er the situation. It is said, with n
low to establishing1 another steam
ship lino across the Pacific.
Ten acres of pineapple land at Wa
Jiiawa. Good location. More land
adjoining if desired.
Building site: College Hills, 40,
COO sq, ft, Owner will accept mort
gage for full purchase price of land
provided buyer builds house. '
FOR' RENT FURNISHED
Hotel Street :. $50.00
Prospect Street S60.00
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Kinau Street $35.00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
Xoung Street $25.00
King Street $25.00
Klnau Street $30.00
Kewalo Street $88.50
King Street $15.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Matlock Avenue $25.00
Emma Street $24.00
Beretania Sheet $40,00
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
Agents for tho
Norwich Union Fire Insurance So
California Insurance Company
Mutual Life Insurance Company
of New York
Sjwnk 'fimk iWfit
Consul General Cnunvnrio Is
sending out tho following an
nouncement of'tho memorial ser
vices for tho lato King nnd
Crown Prince of Portugal. Tho
public Is nsked to join In the
It Is with tho profoundest sor
row that I have to nunounco to
5 cm (ho 'deaths, on tho -nil In
stant, at tho hands of assassins,
of tny August Sovereign, His
Majesty Don Carlos I, King of
Portugal, and his eldest son, Ills
Royni Highness tho Crown
Prince- Don I.oulz Phlllppo.
A funeral service In memory
of Ills Majesty and of Ills ltoyal
Hlgncss will bo held at tho Hum
mi Catholic Cathedral, In Fort
street, on Thursday, tho Cth In
stant, at 10.30 a. m., nt which I
havo tho honor to request jour
attendance. The Hag of this CoiiBUlalo will
be halt-mastud throughout Thurs
:tisit!tt!!!in: :::: :t tt ::
I'our of the Jnpaneso hotels, namo
ly: tho Klushluya, Hiirumoto, Knnjo
nnd tho Mcljlya, havo closed their
doors. This Is duo to tho fact that
immigrants may nu longer cmlgrato
from Japan to Hawaii. There nro
)ct remaining about eighteen of this
clasj of hotols. Most or thc3o will
bo ablo to continue their business Tor
a while, hut it Is feared thnt many of
them will eventually bo compelled to
go out of business.
Some of theso hotels hnvo opened
billiard halls whom tho guests and
their friends may spend their time.
It Is 'said that tho proprietors nro
making money from this business.
Tho passage of tho emigration ru
st! Ictlou law In Japan has deprived
tho hotels of their best trade. The
outsldc-dlstrlct Jnpaneso do not coma
to town often. Without newly nrrlv
ing Immigrants the hotels nro la n
bad way, Tho last hotel that closed
was the Kanjo hotel on the corner of
Smith nnd Pnuahl streets. M. Ku-
wahnrji was tho proprietor.
II. M. Thomas, United Stutes intern
al Revenue Agent for tho western ill
vision, nrrlved today on tho Mongolia.
Ho conies to check up tho local In
ternal revenue ofllcc, reorgnnlzo It
and formally transfer It from Walter
P. Drake, Acting Collector, to Walter
P, Drake, Collector. Tho transfer
will probably bo made on tho 10th
It Is rumored In Now York that It.
A. JlcCurrly, cx-preslilent of the Mu
tunr Ufo Insurance Compnny, who
has been nbroad elnco tho Insurance
scandal. Is on his way homo.
A, Jaeger wns a passenger In tho
Mongolia, which arrived from San
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
B. F. Ehlers
Fort St. P. O. Box 716.
Tells How His Hack Ran
John Powers, tho hack driver who
lan over a Japanese child a few dnyB
ago, appeared hcfoie Judge Andrado
this morning to answer to a chnrgo of
manslaughter. This was brought
ngalnst him ns a result of the findings
of n coroner's Inquest which was held
last evening. Powers stated to tho
court that tho accident had not been
through his fault. He asked that tho
case bo continued until Snturday In
order that ho might employ a lawyer,
nnd this request was granted.
"Mrs. Hlchnrds took my hack nt
about 12:20 p. m.," said Powers this
forenoon. "Wo drove up lo Dowsotl
lane, whero wo picked up another
lndy. Then wo went up Anld lane,
whero thero was a liiau. I only Btaycd
thcro n few mlnutcB anil enmo back
with tho Indies In the hack.
"When wo came back thero wcro
Blx or eight children playing In tho
lane, which Is very narrow at that
place. I Hlowed up until the children
were out of tho wny. When tho road
was clear and there was no danger I
started my horeo up nt a trot. The
child must havo run right under tho
horso; I thimc thnt It mint !mo want
ed to run to Its home Tho horso be
came frightened, but I Mopped It
within fifteen feet. 1 asked tho Jap
anese who enmo out. whether tho child
had been hurt, but he wouldn't talk to
me, bo I went on.
"I have been driving n hack In Ho
nolulu for nlno years nnd this Is the
first tlmo that I have had an accident
or that thero has been any char go of
heedless driving ngalnst me."
TRIAL OF Wi ill
Itodrlga Augusta Colta wns put on
her trial this morning before Judge
Lindsay nnd a jury on the chaigo of
lolnttug tho territorial liquor laws.
Her offcuso specifically, according to
tlie)lndctment,.consisls In hnvlug sold
or -fnrnlshcd-rlquor without having a
license ,t do so. '2r
Mrs. Colta Is being derended by An
tonIorPerry. Perry Intqttxisrd a de
murrer tor,pio crinipljffnVljut tills was
overruled. Pprry tJioii moved tiat the
prosecution bo compelled to ulect up
on which charge tho woman should
bo tried, claiming that tho Indictment
charged her both with Eclllng and
furnishing liquor, nnd tho furnishing
might consist In hor having given
nwny liquor, out of the goodness of
her heart. Jiulgo Lindsay denied this
motion, also. A Jury was then Ecleu
ed to try tho case.
ft K ii '
Temperatures C n. in., C9; 8 n. in ,
71; 10 a. in., 70; noon, 7D; morning
nitrometer, 8 a, 'm.. 30.1 Ij absolute
humidity, 8 n. in., 5.003 grains per
cubic fool; relative humidity, S n. in.,
08 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., fill.
Wind 0 n. in., velocity 9, direction
i:.; 8 u. in., velocity 9, direction i:.;
10 a. in., olocily 9, direction N. K.;
noon, velocity 8, direction K.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a
in., .10 Inch.
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended at noon, ir3 tulles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bureau,
Tho Bteamcr Mlknhalu, Captain
Oregon-, which arrived from Kauai
this morning, brought C00 links of K.
S. M. Biigar, B0 empty winy barrels,
1C bags bottles, 130 bugs taro, G bags
beans, 3 empty casks, 1 horse, B4
There is nothing quite so delight
ful as an auto ride to Haleiwa. The
roads arc in fine condition just
enough rain to settle the dust, and
now packed hard.
ST. CLAIR BIDQ00D..
is a famous resort in San
Francisco. So is the place
of that name in Honolulu.
Corner Hotel and Nimnnii
W. L, HOWELL, Prop.
His if mm
SUFFERED 15 YEARS
Mlt. OZIAL HOUNDS.
A Resident of Welland
Finds Relief in Pe-ru-na,
Mr. Oilal Rounds, Wollaml, On l a
retired lumberman and a resident of
WelUnd for half a century, writes:
"For fifteen years prior to 1900 1 was
i sufferer from hay asthma and chronic
diarrhea. I grew weak and cmnclalid
and was tortured with Insomnia.
"1 was treated by eminent physicians
but, If anything, wai worse than ever.
In fact, I was In as miserable a condi
tion as a man could be.
"However, 1 chanced to try Peruna
and noticed an improvement. Thus
encouraged, 1 continued, and after tak
ing several bottles of your precious
Peruna, I was entirely well and n won
tier to myftclf and friends.
"If, at my advanced age, 83 years 1
havo obtained such good results from
Peruna, after so many years of needless
suffering, thcro can bo no doubt of lis
elllcaey In tho treatment of younger
The following wholesale ilrucgist"
will supply tho retail trade:
Benson, Smith & Co., Honolulu,
Honolulu Drug Co., Hawaii
A fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
We have just received n
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of HEAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prices ate very teason
able. H. F. Wichman & Co.
Tne weeKiy taurjn oi ino evening
Bulletin gives a comploto summary of
hn news of the Hav.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd., Haberdashers,
' Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Good to Eat
Alexander Young Cafe.
with office or pocket
DIARIESfor daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADSfor memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily rcf
eronce. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
ABE STILL OPEN
where on the beach.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. TH0NE 3G1
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Speoialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TAT AN I
Emma St. near Beretania.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of "every capacity and de-j
ecription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation j
purposes a specialty. Particular at-
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed nt shortest notice.
Dlaiik, books of all sortu, ledgers,
I etc. manufactured by tlio llulhllu Pub -
in a GOOD dress-suit, nnd so ORDINARY in an ordinary
dres3-suit, that STEIN-BLOCH dressers vonder Why every
man does not wear suits tailored by the STEIN-BLOCH ex
perts. . , -j
Get ready for the swellcit event of the season tho
UNIVERSITY CLUB BALL. All of the swell people will be
there, and so you must go, and wear one of our dress
suits or Tuxedos. We have Dress-suits, Tuxedos, Dress
shirts, Ties, Collars, White Vests, Mufflers.
Rush orders our specialty.
We'll advise you about picture-taking.
NOVELTIES that will make
attractive and welcome pres
ents to Coast Friends.
. Honolulu Photo
" Everything Photographio ''
4-Cylindor, 7-Passengcr Car.
Factory Price includes Else
mar.n Magneto, also wet bat
teries. Von Hainm-Young
Co., Ltd., Young Bid
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and Sec Them,
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE L'S.
i. W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
Bulls For Sale
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Farming Tools and Implements
AT YOUR SERVICE
J. A. McLEOD,
Hotel Majestic, Phone 244
i with the casiest-ridint: nublic auto.
.mobile in the city. Long or short
runs, calling or business.