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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II.. TlllIItSI)AY, KK11. (!. inns.
ri.MLY ana WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honol.tlu, Territory of Hawaii,
PHy every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
VVfllnco R. PjuTlnjjton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
HVRMNO UUUl-lJTIN WIlllKtY tlUl.l.UTI.N
I 'l,iiitli un Ik -, mi f s I .T IVt Sl Mitith B .no
i u.ulei. .,ti,li,iv hi V S J.uo PVr Vt'tr, nnwlRre in l' l.uo
IV, Vtar, mlHrc ii f H H.fttl Per Yf.i ttnvwturc in Cnatl.i I. no
l',r Vr.r, Mtaid. f'lreigi.. Il.oo Per W.U hi'IjuiiI, lou-tti 2.m
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
tatcretl at ilic PuM'tfTue nt llotnitulu
us Kt'totnl t i maiur
HAWAII'S SYMPATHY FOR
The uutpourliiB of cIiUpiih to nt
tcml the nicniorlul m-nlci' for the Pi
tnonted KltiR anil Crown Prince of
I'oitugnl Is otio of tlic brut cvlili'iici'H
oT tho hlsh cuteem In which the Por
tuguese roHliIents of thin TiTiltory
nro holil, nnti of tin- ulncrre ttympii
thy for tin peoplr whine honored rul
ers have been BtntcU ilowu by the
lmnd of murderers.
Tlmt nil the world N kin Is never
better shown tlinu on occnvlonH of
till character when tho people of nil
nations are called upon to mourn for
p victim of a common enemy of civi
lization. The distinctions nf monar
chy and republic, forni3 of govorn
niont, tire forgotten In the hour when
p nation la ntaggerlng under tho
weight of a greut sorrow. Then incii
ot eer race become an one great
THE GARBAGE RESOLUTION.
r ,,. - , . Tlic uloiiciueut of u mil) oC Senator
To have n proportion tnlKed to nuunn aml'ii daughter or Tonrtrr Sen
death Is not new to Honolulu, and ulor Kennn cuds a family feud,
tlioro Is no doulit" tltt.t tlto people of ,iuie3 (mmuge. formerly of San
Oahu County will feel properly grate- r'rnI,?KM)l !imi "Countess" NJedda. ot
ful to Supervisor llustacc for his nc- (.ei.ricli-quIck;,'no'tgrioty,l disappear
tompllshment In this line at the Inst- from jjow York'niidtirei bellcYcil to
meeting of thg supervisors.' ' f" ( . 5 have gone to LondonrtogeUior.
,-T The nulletfn ulwftys assumes " That gambling muot cmfiln Sacra-
inat the persons niivaiicing u new
scliemo of manngeftient in publlo de-
partments are honest' In their iews
until they are proved otherwise.
We are not prepared to suggest
dishonesty In tho purpose of the gen-
tlemen who seek n cnange In the
management ot tho gnrbago depart-
mont. Hut from tho sudden spring-
ing ol the tcsolvc In the Wednesday
evenltig meeting, wo must question
the Judgment of tho representatives
o, the people.
No general complaint has been reg
' to ed against the present garbage
scheme. It Is u topic deserving more
general discussion than even Chair
man Hustace was able to give In the
PiIOMOTI'jN AND JUUR0HE3.
HUhop Moore gave tho business
e something to think upon during
hi., uddiess to uiemuors of the Coni
Arf a thiottgh paBsenger In steam
era going to the Orient, the llishop THE HE1TRY
had stopped long enough In-Honoltilii WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
to make him feel that ho know the
Islands. When he remained to travel
about tho group, he dUcove.od that
the hall had not been told oi !
wail's attraction"! and oyio.-ta.:..
and the re'j-.sining ,-it ., ti tj
wl! t niiulae.
p!o i. i . . i:.
U-itc - . . .a .
lenge.' ici . ;a .'t' - '-
lv,'en:-.ur .' .- ., ? . . t.et
t jf .-.' i." ' ii,. -
ceu ...,'... '',
U Ku. 1 Lj,'! , . . ,i
niau who ; r.c: i., i
with e-;c!eb uff'.a: tu. .'.i
he force's the pre'tical th:..., ot '.'-.
Another l'.uiase'y - tloa! itiui
that litshop Moore 1.01.. ii'iJ upon was
tl, .ttforl t mnl. Ui.,l,' ., .,..
tions known unior.3 the church peo
ple of tho mainland. This term doo?
not Include the pastors excluahel).
It covers a very powerful rtnd very
desirable das or cltliens. What nf
tho schools and the churches? H ono
of the llrst questions that an Amer
ican asks when ho is about to leave
Ills home to leek rortuuo In ucv
Furthermore, Honolulu prides It
self 011 maintaining not only good
churches nnd good schools, but n city
of good moral standard, ir these
facts do not uppenl to the pcoplo who
might -ho reached through the
clittrunc3, nicy nro attractive to no
It Is highly probable that the
church-goers' knowlcdgo of Hawaii s
centered principally on the early mis
sionaries and Father Damlen. Let us
not' quarrel with tho secular IiIohh
on these old topics, but rather mako
nn effort Hint will nimble our main
land friends of every sect to learn
FEBRUARY G, 1908
: nit tin io Is a moilerii. wlde-awnlu.
a pn'Miit-il.it Hawaii that Is worth a
nun,' Iniim.Ui' ni'iiuuliilnnce.
ii mm mm
William .1. Urym Ik the name i
Hlstni'il at the liMttnni ,, n ii-c(l,t Mr i
$r.r..ri, which u tiled In thi Cii
cult Coin i (IiIb morning in tin- matter
of the I'slfle of tleorge 1". Curiley. ill'
ccaied. Mr. Hryim rrri'lptH iih guard
ian or Winllold II. OaiHley for the lal
ler's illHtilhtitlVo eharo or the fund or
$7(19.1') belonging to the cxlale.
Hut he 1 1 not TIIK Wni. .1 Ilryan. as
hi adilresK l.i given ur L'l!' Weal 21th
ulreot, New York.
I)- Soir. governor or (ionium Sa
moa, ai rived here this morning on the
Hrltl'h inaniir Aornngl, and will call
on Coventor Frcar nt o'clock this
,ent i3 tho first order of tho new
,.i,e of police' to hiVmcn. '
T1)p Day California!!, n .student
papcr nt ti,0 University of Qailfornla.
M1Spemla publication owing a debt ot
$soo. ' : '
Ir iirymi has Ills' way tho policies
r Itooscvclt.'nvlll lie Imlorscl In tho
DON! FAIL TO VISIT
The Great Natural Wonder of the
Tho round trip can be made In
lour days, nnd costs only S42.f,0. Com
iortnble transportation, good hotols,
variod scenery, plctureinuc, novel,
Don't be dissuaded from taking U3
trip. You will bo lorry If you leave
tho Volcano out of your Itinerary.
for tickets and Information re
garding the trip upply to
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
', fclLTi SZS&Wti
.. : ... , " .' .:2pplo ivtd at 1EV
..,.t. u&od bc&fcoa. Moro laud in thai uiy.
iivjiAiu'r u ?:;'r;d. '
JiulJi.-.t - is: Cpllese Hinr40' '
COO SO. ft. V.IK Will RCCBnt ElOXt-
fjngs iui imi puixia&o price ui uai:1
prodded buyer builds house. '
. FOR RENT' UNFURNISHED
Kinau Street $30,00
Lunalilo Street $23.00
Younp Street $25,00 1
King Street $25.00
Kinau Street $30.00 1
v,' c..t eiis'nnl
&S l f"' j
TiTrtti AiIIA oc nn I
Emma Street . .'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.. .$24.00
Ectetania Street $40.00
Comer Fort and Merchant Sts.
jmk Wf &oM
Agcnta for the
Norwich Union Fire Insurance So
ciety California Insurance Company
Mutual Life Insurance Company
of New York
Open Winter Reason, He
Says, For Lack Of
Secretary Wood hai advised 1'iesl
dent Morgan or the chnmlier or Coin
ineice that he will lcaio WiiBhlngton
rebruary IU. It Is not known whether
he will lonio to Honolulu direct or
win 1 her nu will stop over nt any placo
to gel lu biuiiu pronioiion work.
Wood lias 11 1 to written chairman
Waldrou ot tho I'ruiniulou Conunlttee
Mr. Kred L. W;iIjlrou, clialrman Hat
wall l'rdmOtloH'iCb'uinilttCL', lluH
Dear ilr: Waldrun: Three days or
this wocK I tipent In Now ork and
being fuvoved with ipleabant M-ather 1
v,ns eimblod to keep on thu go all the
lime. I cailcd upoii all of tho cJty rep-
ii'enlatli'H of the leading and trans
continental railways, also spent some
time with tho lnniager for i'hos Cook;
ti bou ana cimoavoriU to bring Ilr,
wall, her attractions and g:e:u t:l'-'
billtles, to the nUeullou or tin
bright men. I found them all .frk.i.ll;
to Hawaii and disposed to help us.
As to the outlook for travel, I was
Informed that the unusually open win
ter hail nfretlL'd travel materially, hut
blizzard wuither it was tliouglit would
iiulckly'seud hostn of people to Mor
ula and Southern California, though
the itoasou would probably bo short.
While thu tratel westward was von
good iluilng .Soveniber, there had been
11 fulling 01! lu December. January,
thus lur being alto a little short. The
opinion wns general, however, thai
ihe advertising Hawaii wbh eoitaln to
get us u result ot tho crulco of tho At
lantle fleet, would not oniy ineroiibe
lounst travel our way hut would also
1011M1 general Intuvcbt lu Hawaii and
icsuli 111 our gutting many liomeseelC'
I hope by the time I got hack that
Mr. Jurcd O. Snillh'a roxlsed edition
of Hawaii's Agricultural Possibilities
will be ready for distribution, With
the development now going on on tho
other side or tho island, tho splendid
possibilities opening up in Komi and
elsewhere, thu certainty of profit lu
1 ho culthjtlon of tho' piueupp.o, the
in b!lltleB tu bananas, alligator
ki tobacco, rubber, etc., wo uhould
, aula 10 Induce inuny people now
. .. .. ,n tin. ,.iu.n'a,ui to cant In their
.'..'.J J- ll.. ''...1 I'.iIIUOl UMJlll llO-
. , tLe i,;o: p.-. ,eiom eoiiiI
....... asr.c.U'st c uiuunity on
. . .ot o.' tilt t.i'jt, :.. ". ::jw 1h the
.l.uc- .0 . .Est. 7e w.ti aiso reap lttrg-
. v-tar 11 . ..' : ..-ai 10111-.
' j: . -. .ions Ji,
.-.. ...ji ic would
.. ,.u . -. lu chtabllsh
'.ij '.i ui.Miou bitruRii
bet oucerninii this 1
. .iy return, as I
. , .1 .'po nnd Win-
. ; recnnimeiida-
. . ork Ii- "iii-li or the
C i . -ii Contii.iiie doing
i c e i. m . 1. i,u I lu'Ve iiirangod lor
tlic duiti'lb'JUCn of our folder there.
At my ri'iiuor.t liny nI.,o gavu va'l
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
Fort Ct. P. O. Dox 71C
a s c-aaiivc ij
f.paco for our map, Tho Cross lloads
or U10 Pnclfic.
1 culled upon Mark Twain nnd left
with him it set of our best photo
graphs, uxteudltig on Invitation In the
linino of tho committee to vltdl ll.t
wuli. 1 nut sorry to nay that Mr.
Cleinouii is tint nt nil well. Ills doc
tors Jinvo ordered him to Florida nnd
he doubts If ho has lb" ktrength to
visit llnwnll ngnln nt till h time, though
ho would like to do to very much In
deed. Kindest regards to tho different
members of the commltteo.
II. p. WOOD.
m ip .J.. - i ..
The Victim of Drink
Drink llrst destroys ambition;
breaks up tics of friendship; It kills
and buries love ami eventually des
troys tho family life.
Urlng cunningly destroys tho will
power, nnd while Iho drunkard wants
to do what you tell him, lie wants a
thousand times more the drink that
ho craves. Mcdlral treatment Is nee
csfary to destroy the craving, and this
Orrlne will do.
It ileBtroys the doslre for liquor, so
that the drink vill not bo missed, also
cures the deranged digestion, weak
ened nerves nnd other 111 effects of ex
ccsslro drinking, restoring tho patient
to' perfect health.
The remedy Is absolutely harmless,
is thoroughly siiintifle nnd Is so uni
formly successful that It Is sold with
a registered guarantee entitling you to
a lornnd of your money If Orrlno rails
to effect n euro. Tientlso on "Htiw to
Cure Drutikonncrs free on request,
in plain sealed w tapper. Tho Orrruc
Co., Watihlf.glou. D. C.
Orrlno la In two forms, Mo. I which
can bo glvun secretly without the
patient's knowledge; No. 2, In pill
form for thoso who wish to be cured.
The jirleo ot either Is $!, mailed on
receipt of price lu plain sealed pack
age, nnd both are fold tinier the
Orrlne Is tor sale b Honolulu Drug
J. WALTER SCOTT
(Continued from ?ace 1)
arc picking up In S.m I'lamlst'O. Von
may know tlmt after all wo have
been through the l',.nk would not
be loosening up uiiIch they tiaiv'tb"
way very clearlj. Iliilldlng la le
sunilng uftd there l.t no doubt apoiit
It that the 'tlm"" have linpiuvcd ev
itry where, i .,,
' "That means Hint the tourist ti'nv-
ol ehould start up and It Is dining io,
The I'.astorn people tire lnaklng up
the.lfj, tours for i,Vi:sl and the
country Wi.rcUIcwi Tttralghtened
arojiml In .-tho good ifijd ny.
-"1-rras aeltcd somr-WTCs ago what
Uie sltuallvu lln iktn I'VjUiilo and
Jiadc n shor'l review whlllfi was1 pub
lished Iji the Ilobtou Traiisciipt. It
itate.i the situation us 1 see It.
"It seems to mo that Hawnil
iliould get n very good shale or peo
ple during the coming months or the,
winter nnd early spring. Ilusliics.s
hits settled down so that the pcop'o
of mcitis reel t hoy can got away and
lake the test they need."
The in tide rrnm the Transcript to
which Mr. Scott refers follows:
CONDITIONS IN SAN I'UANCISCO
'Io the Ktlltor of tho Transerlpl:
Wo have Juist received tho following
letter from a responsible buslnest
man of San I'rauclsco and thought It
might lie of Inlercfcl to the readcts ol
"Ah to the present condition of San
Francisco, I will sny tlmt l( Is a mir
acle, the manner In which the city
It. going ahead. Wo now have a
number of llrst-clitRS hotels, can led
on lu u nurd pleasing and sntiifactery
niauuer to all, nnd , sonie of the
handsomest cafes that the world has
ever been. The strcclH nro hllrd with
laille.t out doing their shopping, go
ing to nnd f i om thu theaters, and at
this luto date, Nov. 11. tho ladles arc
parading tho streets lu light shirt
waists and pretty light dress gooiH.
The theaters mitt dilTorunt place, o
amusement nro well iiaiionl.e I,
Mroel tar sorvlco is excellent, tin
danger whatever to itnyono trawling
111 I hein, whether nlono or with en
nui. Chlldicn nro tiding daily to
and from school, nnd ladles do no
hesitate lor a moment to get upon
any of the cars. All or the rorngee
camps mid shucks hnvo been floured
nwii) from tho different parks and
grounds that they covered through
out the city and nil tlto parks h. w
boon thtown open to the public in
their tisunl pretty condition, grccr
grutt nnd llowet a, Golden Gate i',nl
,t the pi',snt. time ia most be utif.j
aid Ii Ik certainly woi th v.ii.lu to
i o. ne iii i i ity where In ko sho:t u
sua -i. of t.n,e ono can Lo fo woil tal. -ia
c, , (,t lonfortabl Uoufce.l -i.j
I'd .. . : ic.' elm progfC38 of u great
... . I'.fci mot with rtie grm.:.t.
I .. .i j -.o tr.e wo.-n.
' . - i .: gran.' buildln?., a h
In, 1 . . ' ijo"8 that uv t.us it-
in t ton vl.i imrreiw one. nut
ii ' v, . i.'u mncev t'-ai is behig
"i u 'iMJIr.g the elt), but t'l".
siiii. . lIo st. cl buliiiugs ll.ai
eieoted I'y neciafilie
i- M '-.ill be it navsd wit.
a tlin Vevry to Manlgon-'-
1' und I want to imy in en-
tlntt' tho people In Ban Fian-
il i i i u are ellve r.ntl wide ,wjkp
nd t. Avr. Jfiot us much business us
they eve,- did In their live.
I'. 0. II.
Honton, Nov. 18.
Rome, Jan. ;'!. King Victor
KmniiniH I ri't'flvil today itaron
Tukahlr.i, the .lapine-e .niio.w
sador, who leawu here I oiirii.m
1 for thu United Statin. Thu
king displayed great interest in
tho Japanese-American lclntioux
nnd tho nntli.issi.tlor went fully
Into tho iiiieiillnns tlmt Imve
nt mm between Iho two goiern
menu, pnrtlculnily wllh logurd
to vmlgtnliou of Japanese to
Ho explained that tho Japanese
did not wiU to send emigrants
to tlu't country and for joara hail
iiTiued pasr.portr,. .IniunoBu em
igrants, however, managed oven
tu.illy to reach thu United States
through Hawaii, thu tiuthoiitlea
or wh'ch country hnu frequently
requested that lnbuters hu Bent
there Io work on Ihe plantation;!.
Now Jnpuu even terusca pass
putts for Hawaii, hut thu etui
grants tuny still enter thu United
Sttiles through Mexico nnd Can
ada. He escorted that the only
way to 1-ti them was for con
gtcsB tu promulgate a law where
liy not cil the Japanese, but till
umlgiuuts, could he debarred
from til" flitted State If the
government objected to tli'tu.
:: :: :: :: :: :: t: :t :. t: :: :: n v. ::
A fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
Wc have just received a
large asiOilment e Gtyliah
COMBS of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED III SOLID GOLD.
The prices arc 'very reason
able. H. F. WicSman & Co.
There is nothing .quite so delight
ful as an auto ride to Halcivft. The
roads are in fine condition just
enough rain to settle the dust, and
now packed hard.
ST. CLAIR BIDG00D..
is a famous resort in San
Francisco. So is the place
of that name in Honolulu.
Corner Hotel and Nuuanu
W. L. HOWELL, Prep.
j VIS ML IjOOKS
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.", Haberdashers.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
' -- -' '
Alexander Youiib Cafe.
with office or pocket
DIARIES-for daily jottings j
CALENDAR FADSfor memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref
crcncc. Each or nil to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
ASE STILL OPEN
Accommodations uncqualcd nny
where on the beach.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. A-HOIIE 361
P. S. Naaml,
Kodak Developing, Trinting, En
laryng and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Hunanu & Bethel.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Frnmin;; a Speoialty.
563 S. BERETANIA ST
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
i SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S- TAT AN I
Emma St. near Beretania.
HONOLULU IRON' WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every 'capacity nnd dc
tcription made to order. Boiler wotk
nnd RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and ic
m'.irs executed at shortest notice.
Kl.mlc book.-! of all Mirt, lodfti-rn,
rtr. mnnufiicturoil liy the Ilulhtln 1'uU
I Klilni! Comnnnv
In a GOOD dress-suit, and so ORDINARY in an ordinary
dres3-8uit, that STEI1IBL0CH drcssen wonder why every
Di3:i do;3 rot wsar sails tailcied by the STEIN-BL0CH ex-'flerls.
. . Gfi oady for the SAcllcst event of tho season the
UKrVM..SX CLUB BALL. All of lho(srcll people will bo
tlierc, and bo you mast go, and wear cr.cof our dress
suit or Tjsedos. Wc have Drcs'.-suits, Tixcdos, Dress
nhirts, Tics, Collare, White Vests, Mufflers.
Ic.rrn hov to do Pyrography? 'You
can ni!kc really lutnilsonic and use
ful ornaments for yonrrclf and
lricnds at a coat of JiOo end a little
It's fun, too! You can do it.
BEST BURNING SETS, $2.50 lo
B0XE3 for barninj;, suitable for
glove, handkerchiefs, collars, tics.
TABLES, FOOTSTOOLS, STANDS,
ETC , all traced in beautiful patterns.
FINEST SHEEPSKINS, traced,
LOOKING GLASSES, large and
small, new lot, 70o to $1.25.
PLACQUES. 10c to COc.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
"Everything Photographic" Fort St.
4-Cylindcr, 7-Passcus;or Car.
Factory Price include-. Eise
mnnn Hagneto, also wet bat
teries. "Von Mamm-Ycuup;
OoM Ltd., Young Bitl
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Wlnton Touring Car
Ilia Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and Sec Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 088.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages wo have recently overhauled
THEN SEE ' L'S.
W. W. Wright 00,
King Street near South
Bulls -For Sale
Schaman Carriage Co.,
Farming Tools nnd Lmplements
'AT YOUR SERVICE
J. A. McXtEOB,
Hotel Majestic, Phono 214
with the easiest-riding public auto
mobile in the city. Long or short
runs, calling or business.