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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II , THURSDAY, FRD. 27, lflOS.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory" of Hawaii,
)aily etery day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each weak.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
VValUice R. PiirrlnRton, - - Editor,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE INADvJANCE.
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P.r Uuatl.i anwliert in t S J.oo Per Year, anywl tie In V S . I.oo
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CIXCULATIOH LAKGE3T OP AMY
in tke Territory
County fathers arc to lip ongi ul
ulated on their Inability to stir up u
setup. The people prefer business
Honolulu will refuse to worry
about feeding the Fleet unless tlic
Fleot arrives off port at tome unex
All sugar-plantation meetings nro
more happy assemblies vvlion acting
under the lulluente of nn ardvuuclng
One man says tliu Miuin lands nre
available for an algeroba forest and
i beo farm. Has anyono n corner on
rlgeroba beans and bees? s
ii i in ' u r
Ind Commissioner Iratt will
'.mow the Island of Kauai lirbvory
inlmito detail. It there are many morp
lanu contests In that direction.
I'carl Harbor will not lack for n
good-sized nrm of Influential friends
that even tho prospects of a Presiden
tial olectlon should not smother.
Exploiting Harry Orchard In the
popular magazines' has ipsultod In a
new ciop of anarchists, who don't In
tend to toilless and bo good, us Hurry
rltlznns nf Hawaii ioln with tho
students of tho tll'gh School In theff
rppreclntlon of the honor and appro
priateness of a McKlnley Memorial
It can hnrdly be Imagined thnt
Japanese and Chlneso contributors to
the McKlnley memorial fund will op
pose the expenditure of the money in
.connection with the public school.
While dealing with the Kdniunds
Act that hus been fitted to thoTeir
tory of Hawaii, why not KfcUre an
amendment, under tho title of u
Dreckons Act, that will really lit Ha-
The II u 1 1 o t I n is In for moil by
on ex-Republican Jhnt Mr. Wilder
was long ii go ifudnifctcl as a Repub
lican. Now what Is this ox-Itcpub-llran
driving nt? Isjio a friend of
Wilder and the people, or docs ho
wish to Intensify wliul ho scents as a
tow In tho Republican party?
A REAL SENTIMENrAL FAOTOR.
The centlmcnt of tho llnwallan
Anierleaiis to which reference Is fro
lucntly mado In connection with ap
pointments to office Is a tangible and
nutterlal fact that has to he taken
Just vvhnt measure of justlco oi;
goo J reason theio may bo lu It Ih ii
matter of opinion, Influenced as much
by tho personal favoritism for con
testing candidates as anything elbc
All will argue that tho sentiment
which follows racial lines Is all
wrung u ml ought not to bo. Hut It Is
theie, nevertheless, and must ho
dealt with alwayB.
There should be a decent middle
ground for all except tho viciously
extreme to meet upon.
Tho purposes of tho extremists nro
not In doubt. Tho nien who forco
tho claims of, tho native Havvallnns
us such threaten to get rovonge by I
ni ,i i nc ,n "n;,,nK1"R
nil tin ftlnptlvn nfllrna Til., mnti
ptrlctly nntl-Hnwallan respond that
the natives can go ahead if they
want to; It will only result In a
luuuioi-uiiaiK nn iiio irancnisc.
That Is tl. brfl of nr.lnn In tlio
camps of the radicals.
So fnr as the Republican party Is
concerned, Its opponents are forever
hanging around on tho dgcs tool
ing to iiiouso discontent and pieju
dlco without much regard for the do
enncy of citizenship involved or the
rffect of ovil prejudice on the body
What tho administration 'offlceis
huvo to do Is to utilko n linppy me
dium whlln maintaining u high stm
dard of efficiency. Tho ugly feature
about the Tax Asessorshlp has been
the lmprossou provulent that thoio
luiu been n lack of fair-play In the
wholo business. This Is strenuously
denied. In the long tun. the niliu
tlon is with tho Administration lei
"mako good" and piovo itH lack of
mmgm u mm -H 1
Emttcl at the r-tofTii ut Honolulu
t vfttiml i lass nutter
I'EBRUARY 27, 1908
.iiejudlie and love for n fair deal. Hy
,ts nnn arts, rather than the action
ol nnv partisan coninilttee, it win
iiln hi lose the upprovnl of the elect
Talk In tho newspapers Is not ul
wajs tho wisest kind of promotion.
In fact, prematura advertisement may
do a district or a country n great deal
jt harm. Some of our best ngrlcul
tin al lands have been hurt by this
,nrt or Injudicious announcement.
For Instance, tho cultivation of va
allla In Kona was widely heralded,
lot b tho'inen actually engaged In
.lowing the bean and making cru
l.tl experiments, but by outsiders.
It Is pretty well determined that,
for the piesont at least, vanilla cul
luro doesn t pay.
The iiinnuracturo or okolchao from
tl-ioot v.i'.s tried without succers, not,
low ever, boforo consldeiablo expense
tad been Incurred, and more or less
inrm done to Kona by lbs nonieull
atlen of advertised expectations.
Now big tnlk announces that bian
1y will be mado In Konn always
vona by a slocl. company, ljver)
hlng will bo utilized chaps, saw
dust, lava rocks, and so on. This
'mindy will be of, tho best, and, tho
promoter promises that the small
IN GRAND ERUPTION
Liauiil Tire has risen in the pit
125 feet and is rising at the rate of
10 feet daily.
Vlsltois icport the awful grandeur
of the fcccne bojond description.
These pericde of Intense activity nro
not as u liilo of long duration. Don't
leliiv jour visit to this woild-won-der,
don't miss the opportiinlt of n
'ifetlme; don't be dissuaded from tak
ing the trip.
Tho S. ii. "CLAUDIN'E" will Icavo
Honolulu for Hllo on Friday, Febril
ary 28th, at five o'clock p. m.
Sho Is a fine Iron steamer, fatt and
Secure your imssaee at once.
Tor information regarding the trip
apply to '
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor Fort and Merchant Sis., Honolulu
Ten torts of pineapple land at Wa
liiava, Oood location. More land
adjoining if desired.
Building site: College Hills, 40,-
, C00 q. ft. Owner will accept mort-
Brje for lull purchase price of land
I provided buyer builds house.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
I Hotel Street , S50.00
,... a... tfennn
' ?VC? Sitttt 5?2'99
F0R E-NT UNFURNISHED
Kinau Street $35.00
Lunalilo Street $28.00
Xounc Street $25,00
King Street $35.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Kewalo Sfrcet $22,60
Kinj Street . v $15.00
Aiona Lane .mo.uu
Matlock Avenue $15.00
Emms Street . . . . . $24.00
Deietania Street $40.00
Corner Tort and Merchant Sts.
Sjwfi mk fcftf fit
One of the choicest build
ing sites in Manoa. Orer 0
acres of land. Five min
utes' walk from end of car
line. Beautiful view of
mountains and sea. Land
cleared and suitable for
cultivation of pineapples or
for small farming. The en
tire piece will be sold at a
very low figure.
U M Jill HJJUUWJI
furnicr will find n ready salo for Ills
This talk reads so well that wo arc
rather safe In inferring that It Is
chiefly talk. It Is not likely to even
tuate. The kua venture nt Papa was an
other set-back to expectations and
investment. It didn't pan out sim
ply hccnunc It wasn't managed right.
Tho valuable koa U there still, and
It is only a question of time befotu
getting It Into mnrkct can be made
Mr. Ilmncr and his pineapples kopt
nt It for several months beforo any
one knew what their intentions were,
mid now Mr. limner can show you
his broad acres of fruit, his cannery
running to full limit, mid gtvo you
honin figures that will open your
1 he pineapple Industry in Kona Is
n success. Ot torn so it Is, It wasn't
over promotion that made It uo; It was
work and good, sound judgment.
Today any practical man with
enough means who goes into ptuc
npplo growing in Kona can mako it
I ay sooner than Mr. Ilruner did, be
cause Mr. Ilruner had to break tho
Contervatlvo Investments, well
tonsldered development, slow and
cautious extension of agricultural
areas these methods pursuod by
men who have the money, are goIt
in be a benefit not only to Kona but
to nil Hawaii.
Tho various industries have been
placed under good management, and
whatever Inducements may bo offered
to Bottlers In this desirable district
will be bona-flde.
Mr. Jnred (I. Smith does not give
up his position to enter upon an ex
periment In tobacco-growing. Ho
Hied the exporinient beforo ho re
signed his position, nnd ho goes to
Kona to raise what ho has practically
demonstrated can bo talscd profitably
in Hawaii. Ho has selected Kona be
cause of the unusually favorable ng-
i (cultural conditions lu that Incn
tlon. Coffee-growing in Olna was not a
Liicccss, To use n rather ungraceful
phi use, "It boomed nnd busted." In
Kona there never was n coffee boom,
and, while coffee doesn't pny e'y
much, It pays some, and tho nrca Is
plowly but surely extending over the
lnvu-sticwn sides of Western Hawaii.
Tho Foitugueso and Japanese who
Stow toffee thero have their own
hemes. They don't get rich nnd they
grumble n good deal, hut they havo
enough to eat and dress well once a
week, nnd, as Mr. Ilruner has shown,
i. very slight Increase In the prico of
coffco would mako theso Kona grow
Cautious development of all the
various resources of a locality Is the
fort of promotion that promotes. Lot
UK have more of It.
Bernard Kclokollo, tho boy orator,
returned from Maul this morning on
the steam " Clnudlne Whilo on Maul
ho snol.c tn n political assembly at
PnrecltcUvlllo on Washington's birth
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
P. O, Dox 716,
(Special to the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n)
Sprcckelsvlllp, I'liuntne, 1'eb. 23
Tho Sprcckclsvllle Republican Club
held Its formal meeting last evening
at llaldwln's Hall, in the midst ot a
crowded house Ucfore the meeting
hour arrived, the hnll wn3 crowded
with men, women and children, Portu
guese being the majority, nnd I In
wnllans next. I)r Maples acted as
Tho meeting opened promptly nt
7:30 p. m.
On the speaker's stnnd were I)r
Maples, I lie, secretary of the Republi
can Club nnd Bernard II. Kclokollo.
After some mush tho secretary
called tho names of tho members of
the club, alto reading the prramblo of
the constitution of the club.
Dr. Maples nddressed tho audience
on "Duties of Citizenship."
His address was well appreciated
Win. Crockett, the principal speak
er of the 'evening being absent, on
duty, nt Lahatnu, the chairman Intro,
duccd tho next speaker, Bernard II,
Kelekollo, ns "the Imj orator of Ho
Bernard then unite n few remarks
advising the young wn who havo
como members of the (Irani! Old Party
to feel proud of the fact that they are
now members of the party of which
Abraham Lincoln ami other great men
After the meting the hall Vao
cleared and ever) body onjoyed dnnclnn
until a latn hour
M'KINLEY HIGH SCHOOL "
"Till) Black nnd Clold," published
by the students of the High School,
Kdward Trcy editor-in-chief, ex
presses Its opinion in tho following
Nearly ' ciglrV thousand dollars of
vvhnt will go down in tho history ot
this Territory ns tho McKlnley Mc
morlnl I'lii'd Is' still floating about.
Many und at,led have been the sug
jestlons offered for tho using of this
money, but for somo reason or other
aona of the$o have proven acceptable.
Tho new High School, unless komo
thlng else Is done, will havo to have
I he same small library which wo ate
now using As an addition to tho al
ready numerous plans which the com
mittee In chnrgo has received, this
paper would offer still another.
Let the commtttco put n bust of
McKlnley In tho vestibule of tho new
High School, plaeo a McKlnley me
morial window In tho library, and
with the remainder of tho money pur-
thaso new books for tho McKlnley
Memorial High School. I
We venture to stnte that were Mc
Klnley living, nnd wcie his wishes to
be consulted, nono of tho plans which
havo been aired for the last year or
so would meet with us much ot his
approval as this.
Tho McKlnley Memorial Hlkli
School! It sounds good!
Excessive or continued use ot al
coholic LevPiugPH always results In a
diseased condition of tho ncrvou Bys
Unn. The drinking man Is often hoard to
tny, "I can stop of my own flee will
and when J wish," but the poor fellow
Is now devoid ot the power to act al
tho proper time and In tho right way
It's t(j.lato, the craving ha3 securcc"
a firm hold nnd because nf tho diseased
nervous system he has not tho ability
tor sustained effort. The lentil t we ull
Drunkenness is no longer considered
u crime; eminent scientists nnd phy
blclans have agreed that tt is a disease
nnd must be tteated as such.
The home treatment that has boon
used tor a number ot years, and it
highly successful, is Orrlne. It Is sold
mder n positive guaranteo that If II
does not effect a cure your money will
Orrlno Is In two forms. When desir
ing to give secretly, purchase Orrlne
No. 1, and If tho patient will volun
tarily take tho treatment, Orrlno No.
2 should be given. Tho guarantee Ii
tho same In cither case. Orrlno costs
but SI. 00 per box. Mailed in plained
,-fnled wrapper on receipt ot prico.
Write for fico treatise on "Drunken
ness" mailed in Baaled envelope by
The Orrlne Co. Washington, 1). C
.-told by leading drusglsts oveiy where
(ml In this city by Honolulu Drug
CASTRO TRIES TO
(Continued frn Vtst 11
taken to tho Queen's Hospital by tho
At tho Hospital Castro was quickly
lelloved, but ho acted llko nn Ins.ino
man and was given In chnrgo of tho
police, who' placed him lu it coll In
tun slatloii-houso, Castro told tho of
ficers that ho was insane, und gavo
EVERY TIME you.
MAY'S NEW PROCESS
Old Kona Coffee
you'll ring the bell for the second; and it will
be ready the cooK knows good coffee and
he knows you'll want more. Our coffee has
always been popular, but since the great im
provement in the roasting process it is more so than ever before.
People who have once used it will never be satisfied with any other
kind. It's a great deal belter than before, but the price is the
same. 25c Jlie Pot-sad.
HEIRY MAT &, CO., 3LTB.,
Wholesale 92 Plioues 22 Retoil
ipr- r-L-ni ii?rrs-r li
FMWM MM M .mWvCBII.WJ'WWM
this ns tho reason for his nctton.
Cnstio has fought sovcral battles
In the local ring, nnd was nt ono
time known as tho "Telephone Won
der." Ho was emplojod hy tho tele
phone company, but has been out of
employment for somo time past. Tha
police say that ho hail been making
strenuous effnits to got work nnd has
tried to support his wlfo and small
chlldieii by selling Miila water and
peanuts, hut he was not very succes
ful, nnd It Is believed thnt his finan
cial dinicultlci led him to take this
ROW OVER SALE OF
(Continued from Pace 11
Is permitted to keep tho land, It will
establish u pn,eilent which will ren
der patience' useless. All n man will
havo to do Is to take n few boxing
lessons nnd thcnwnlk up nnd whip
i-omo Inditstilous fellow who has held
down u phico In tho lino for n month
or so, take his place nnd get the land.
Pralt Pan not yet decided what Is to
i is ii n
Ciovituor Krcar jnrj go to Maul o:
Friday of next woe!. Instead ot on
Tuesday a; orlglnully planned H
stated this morning thnt ho hardly
thought ho would be uble to get away
early lu the week.
It In not jet decided who will ne
company tho Governor, although lu
stated this morning thnt Commission
er Pratt, Secretary fott-Smlth and
Stenographer AlcUrldn might b ot
tho part. In case they Icavo nn Lit
ClauiJIne 1'rlday, they may laud nt
liana nnd work ba !:, iu-tca.1 of going
the other wny.
Tho Indictments returned yesterday
by uio viiaml Jury havu been takes
from tho cc-rct file', tho perjous Indict
ed having all been nrreated.
Charles Klvln h charged with as
saulting N. T. Nellecn with n loaded
lovolver. Ho was atralgned thU
morning nnd nleaded not guilty.
Drank Brllllanto's alleged offense
wob tho Btabblng ot Goo Tow. Ho
nleads not 'guilty.
Kalnl Kolua Is hull ted for burning
a etravvftack belonging. to 11. Back
ftld & Co. the charge being mallttoip
A fine gold-mounted
We have just received a
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of REAL BHBLL ad
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prioes are very reason
able. H. F. Wichman & Co.
'-..- l.l..r '--W -
finish the first cup of
H j-i MMIUAU .vim? l'JVT-'RgqB
Use Pure Milk
Don't take chances with milk that may contain typhoid
Ecnr.3. Our condensed milk is uced very generally on the Pacific
Coast instead of ordinary cow's milk. It is so rich in natural
flavor and butter-fat that it is preferred by many in tea, coffee, co
coa, and chocolate, while it makes the best body for gravies,
sauces, ice-cream, fricassees, etc. v
If you try it once, you will see that it is all wc claim.
mjjjviyi TPg.'ls '
k thoroughly sterilized and evaporated by a hygienic process to
the consistency of a rich crjam, nnd is readily digested and as
similated, 11. Hackfekl & Co., Ltd.,
' TjTdaijr -r
We are referring to your house it needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. Let, us fit it. with a new coat of paint Real Paint put n by
burning In tho third decree, l'lca re
ecrved until Monday. Ho 13 nlyo
charged with asmultlng ono Kong Sin
with n lau..lc-londlns shotgun.
Georto Nnmnu 13 alleged to have
stolen two chickens on February 2,
probably In preparation for konohl
Ho pleads not guilty.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Wm. Claiko inmo down today, nr
living on tho stiamer Claudlno
George Dc.iha wm a pajscnger from
Hllo, arriving on the Claudlne toda
I . C. I.yman of Hllo came down on
tho Clnudlne, whkh at lived this morn
ing. , Dr. O-imcr and Dr. 11. 11. D'ncgar
v.cn passengers on tho Claudlne. They
enmo from Maul, v
Capt Macauley, who returned this
morning on the Clniitliue, has appar
ently gained strength and weight.
II. Cation V. 8. Winter 'anil C. M
WntEon wero arrivals In tho Claudlne,
which returned from Hawaii' and
Dr. II. C Watct house was n return
ing passenger on tho Bteamcr Claudlne
today. Ho was accompanied by A
Japanefo Interpreter K. Ono, who
has been canvassing on Maul In the
Interest of the Hawaiian-Japanese
horn children, ictiirncil on tho. C.ut.l
Tho Claudlne, which arrived this
morning, had nmong her passengers
ncv. !'. 8. Si udder nnd Itov O, if
(lullck, members of tho Hawaiian
The annual meeting of tho Honolulu
Iron Works was held yesterday after
noon, and the following ollUrts elected
for the ensuing year- l'reildout, r
SJ, Bwnny: first vice president, (1. J
IloheilsQii; leiond vice president, K.
D Tciiney, treasurer. T. C D.ivlo.i,
mrrtmy. J, II Wodeliouse; auditor,
II. W. M. Mitt.
mhmmvLiJmUmi. sMut'tfifrul 1,'fidtmmltimrM tllMJil. ' '
ttMS a Aa-i-Tni IFlKiVUKvir.ZilTZ Z
C c Kr flTlf?7 JfiiSiwT--TrirTl
you have lost a coat. Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADSfor memoranda,
HAWAnAN ANHUAL-fcr daily ref
erence. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
SLiid 33uf Set
ARE STILL OPEN
where on the beach.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Pulletln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
ftTH i-3 BE I 3 1 ill I "W f if va