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EVEN1X0 WDLIJITIN. HONOLULU, T II, FIUDAY. MAnClt (!, 1008.
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Entered at the PontofTicr at Honolulu
second clai metier.
FRIDAY MARCH 6, 1908
Everybody know how to run ho
tels and steamships. Everybody ex
cept the owner.
Arthur Johnstone' sonnet tu Mr.
Wilcox Is one or the prettiest senti
ments that has been penned.
Congratulations, students of the
Honolulu High School. Now Rive the
McKlnlcy High School n unanimous
The prediction by this paper that
Pckln was due to be the center of
the world's warlike force la- fast
If it be true that Chicago' Chlot
of Police Shlppy 1 not dead, we con
gratulate him on having seen tho
Taft and Uryan are getting all tho
outside district. When they reach
the more populous center, then will
come the tug-of-war.
Honolulu can hardly complain of
v theatrical famine when a long tea
ton at the Orphcum Is followed by
the far-famed LUIputlan.
. Alexander IJumo Ford is handing
iilgh-llfe dope In the way of promo
tion Ideas that will at least set peo
plo thinking though they may, not
uct. , .
Roosevelt: and'iRoot dto'so vigor
mi 1. bupportlng Judge Wllfley that
t.uirln Andrew' former Honolulu
friends have decided that discretion
1 the better part of valor. '
If Ella Wheeler Wilcox ha en
Joyed her stay In Honolulu onc-hajf
as much a Honolulu ha been hon
ored by Mr. Wilcox, she has, been
tao e than repaid for her tour to lift-
Secretary Taft In one of hi polltji
cnl upeeckea says It 1 nobody s bull
news where the Fleet Is going. - May
J.i not tnlk that way when Kuhlo
'.M,rini to auk questions in the name
r.r the Honolulu Entertainment Com
i,(i e nor Hughe, would bo more
)"!" !''' In Hawaii as a candidate for
1'reildent If the picture in the maga
rlnes were representations of his
travels about the Western and Pa
cific section of his country rather
than in Europe.
Governor Frear may be wise In
taking to horseback while traveling
through a Circuit where n contro
versy Is on. We doubt that flight to
the height of Haleakala will enable
him to escape the various appeals of
the contending petitioner.
jnpnn Is getting half a million for
the American exhibit at Toklo "ai
easily as rolling off n log." While
Hnwalt and Seattle have to hustle
like Buppllcants before the throne to
get funds for the same general pur
pose, but distinctly domestic.
China's action following Japan's
demand will probably depend on
what European nation has tho best
diplomat at Pekln. Russia and Ger
many will not allow any points In
the game for possessing China 4o be
lost to them, if they can help It.
The day after IGu children had
been killed In a school fire another
echool-house took fire and 1200 chil
dren got out of tho building without
mishap. The difference between dis
aster and quick escape is probably
represented bv the fire drill. Too
great precautions cannot bo taken
pgalnst disastrous school-house fires,
and the fire drill is the first and
most Important measure of safety.
The President's naval aide l re
ported to have appeared beforo tho
Senate Committee on Naval Affairs
and given sensational evidence In
connection with the recent criticism
of our fillips. That leaves you to in
fer that his testimony was not of a
character to convince the Senate that
there Is no-need for tho full number
of battleship asked by tho Administration,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rerSI Months. .no
Or Year, anywhere In U 5. I.oo
Per tar, anywhere In Canada l.flo
Per car postpaid, fotelRti 3,oo
the Mckinley high school
The practically unanimous support
given the action of the trusted of
l he McKlnlcy Memorial fund in sl
otting the fund at their disposal to
the McKtnley High School I the best
evidence of the good Judgment shown
In tho bestowal of this hitherto un
It Is Impossible to suit everybody,
and there are. no doubt, some of the
advocate of other projects who wish
that their representations might
have been successful. The selection
of tho public school nnd the highest-
grade, as well as tho oldest, public
school of the Territory immediately
unarmed active opposition or any
spirit of resentment. Tho publla
school I so vital a part of American
development that It 1 always given
precedence by practically unanimous
The conditions placed upon the gift
by the trustees arc quite satisfactory.
A very large number of peoplo nnd
especially the former resident of
McKlnlcy's homo Stato believed the
memorial should tnke tho form, of a
-tntue. The trustees have provided
for this. The funds arc sufficient for
the statue, and the library. Every
icmand of a fitting memorial Is sat
isfied. Tha ll.u 1 1 e 1 1 n .extend Its- con
gratulations to those who have Inter
ested themselves In solving the prob
'effl of the memorial nd'tnthn Ter-
Uory, whose present and futuro clti-
enshlp will pioflt by the? example of
tho man and (he practical equipment
for life's, work which tho community
ha given In his name. ,
IN GRAND ERUPTION
Liquid Fire has risen in the pit
125 feet and is rising at the rate of
10 feet daily.
v Isitors report the awful grandeur
f the scene beyond description.
These periods of Intense nctivity are
not as a rule of long duration, Don't
delay your visit to this world-wonder;
don't miss tho opportunity of a
lifetime; don't be dissuaded from tak
ing the trip.
Secure your passage at one.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sti.,Honolulu
PUNAHOU DISTRICT: Very de
sirable home, consisting of lot 75x05
well planted in fruit trees, and house
of three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath, etc.
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Hotel Street $20.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street S35.00
Matlock Avenue $82.50
Kinau 8treet $30.00
Emma Street $24.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
,"", Wb&bv , , , , i .piU.UU
Kewalo Street $22.50
Kinau Street .' $35.00
'King Street $18.00
1 Aloha Lane $18,00
' Nuuanu Avenue $20.00
iPiikoi Street $27.50
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Kalihi Road $30,00
Hotel Street $50.00
Comer Fort and Merchant Stt.
Within G minutes' walk of tho end
of tho rarltne. Over Btx acres of
land, sultnble for plnenpplo culture,
to be disposed of at an extremely
low price. Entire tract of six acres
to be sold nt same flguro as Is being
asked for one acre of near-by prop
erty. Have you bcon waiting for
bargains? It so, now I the time to
act. Let us show you the property.
Sjwfi mk W.
Oil 1 WAY BACK
II. Beverley Kldd. who with W. A.
Kinney nnd U I,. McCandless, repre
nents tho Democratic party In Hawaii,
U on his way back to tho Territory.
PRINCESS KAIULANI'S MEMORY
(Continued from Paze 1)
Oe," "Hawnll Ponoi" and "America."
Their singing was excellent nnd Mrs.
Tucker received tin congratulation
of tho guests.
A. 1.. C. Atkinson wn next Intro
duccd and hi cntchy speech brought
oud applause from tho children, who
evidently understood what Atkinson
had said. During' hi speech Atkinson
told tho boys to piny hard when It
come to play lime. This remark
made a great lilt among the young
sters. Alex. It. Ford when Introduced Bald
Hint It was n great pleasuro to him to
eco bucIi a flno collection of cosmo
politan races, studying in ono school
nnd serving under ono flag Ho told
Iho boy that the Manchuria, which
eniveB tomorrow, would bring about
fifty pupils from Aubtrnlla and ho In.
vltcd tho Kalulanl school children to
como down and sing "Aloha Oe," "Ha
waii Ponol" and "Amorlcn," ,tyi those
When asked to address tho school
Mrs. Wilcox begged to be excused.
Previous to nnd during tho d.rr.
else Durton Holmes, the lecttjrri
and Mr. Uonine, tho moving plcjuru
inau, iook a numuer oi pnoiograpna
of the children and the guest.
Outside of tho school house, In front
of tho building, the picture of tha
bchool faculty and pupils wero taken
they recited and saluted the Amer
ican Hag. which was proudly waving
tit the nagstnff. Many dcscrlptlvo
lew were taken nnd from what Mr.
Holmes and Mr. Unnlno enid, they
Uli be Interesting pictures when com
pleted. While Governor Frear waB reading
he poem of Mrs. Wilcox In the at-
cmbly room, ho was photographed by
.Mr. Holmes and Mr. Ilonlne.
The exercises closed with appro
priate exchange of compliments and
March G, 1908.
Temperatures 6 a. m 6G; 8 a.m.,
CO; 10 a. m 71; noon, 74; morning
Uarometer, 8 n. m., 30.04; alieo
lute humidity, 8 a. m., 3.U40 grains
per cubic foot; rclatlvo humidity, 8
a. m CI per cent.; dew' point, 8 a.
Wind R n, m., velocity 12, direc
tion NE; S a. m., velocity 12, direc
tion NE; 10 n. in., velocity 13, direc
tion NE; noon, velocity 12, direction
Rainfall during 21 hour ended
8 n, m .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 351 miles,
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Bureau
Prof. John H. Long of Northwest
ern University Iiub been appointed
by President Roosevelt u member of
tho referee bpar I on food for tho
Department of Agriculture,
For Your Next Evening Down.
Made of Pineapple Fibw and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in eaoh of
the following colors :
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER:
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Release Must Be Matter
Between Nippon And
There Is n strong possibility that
the Japanese lepers now on Molokal
will be allowed to go back to their
native land, This scheme was
broached some eight month ago, and
bome of tho locnl Jnpnncso have
been working ever since to bring It
ttbout. Rut nothing enn be done un
less the request for tho rclcnse of the
unfortunates comes from the Japan
ese Government direct nnd not from
private individuals. President Pink
ham of the Uoatd of Health docs not
Intend, If he can help It, to nnve peo
ple afflicted with this contagious dis
ease turned loose on n community,
be it n Jnpanesc or nn American com
munity. Mr. Plnkhnm was nsked tnts morn
ing what was the statu of tho mat
ter. Ho replied thnt It was brought
up beforo the President of the Hoard
of Health some eight months ago by
,i conimtttco of Japanese. Ho advised
them that their proper course, wn
to havo their own Government apply
to tho head of tho Federal or tho
Territorial Government for tho re
turn of tho lepers direct to author
ized representatives of the Japanese
Government, Such n course would
mako tho transaction n matter be
tween tho two Government nnd, ell
n.lnate nil private responsibility, nnd
maintain Governmental authority ov
er tho disease leprosy and over scg
rngatton. Although President Plnkhnm does
not nay so, it Is known that this
c our so Is not altogether to tho liking
of sonio pf the local Japanese, though
It la probably the course thnt will
havo to be adopted In the end. It is
not probable that the matter will bo
brought up at the Hoard of Health
meeting this afternoon, as it is not
yet In such shnpc as to make it n
Hoard mnUcr. ;
The Oceanic SteamslilpAanieda nr
riveil here thla afternoon' at 1 o'clock
from the CojyiU Ttyj popular boit
caiTlo4JCt ft-abfci p mcngern', n num
ber of whoujnik) tpurisK For tho
first two dayx out of Snn Francisco,
tho Alameda .ran liitutnll kind of bail
wpathcr, which put lion 100 inllqs back
Iji licr passage. This however, waa
nearly all made up by tho tlmo tho
boat arrived here.
, There wero 1515 tons of freight on
tho Alameda nnd 255 sucks of mall.
Among the passenger of noto on tho
l)oat was .".JIbs Martha Fosh, who
came down to he married to Mr.
Fleming of Maul, thu well-known polo
player. MIhh Fob lias finished u post
graduate courso ntr tho University of
California. The couple will bo mar
rlcd this afternoon by Dr. Scuddor at
the home of T. II. 11. Judd on Nuuanu
Frank Hehorn Is a Fresno.Cnllfornla
newspaper man. Dr, I.co Sexton has
como down to tako a position In ono
of tho locnl hospitals. Thcio nro a
number of tourist from Chicago nnd
Irom tho Coast nlbo on hoard thu Ala
meda. Tho Federal Grand Jury ha made
nn Investigation of condition at Iwl
lcl, about which sonio complaint has
been made. Tho report ha not yet
been presented, but It has leaked out
that tho Grand Jury will tako the
etand that the arrangements In regard
to the social evil are good nnd that
there Is no ground for complaint.
Fine Job Prlntlna at the Oullstln.
GUARANTEES to the employ
er that the watchman is al
ways on duty; if he is not, IT
'REGISTERS THE FACT!
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Manuel Is Fined For Selllnn Laths
Belonging to Fred t
Antonio Cocta, n Porto Itlcan who
had beaten up n fellow countryman,
at Iwllel last night, ran Into a stlft"
eentenco on n charge of nsaault nnd
battery In the Police Comt this morn
ing. He wai defended by tho Chll
llngworths, icro nnd flla, nnd they
declined to put up n ilefBnitp, Intimat
ing that they would reserve that fdr
tho Circuit Court.
Prosecutor Rrown nskpd that the
mnlmum penalty bo given tho do.
fendnnt, who was nn all-around bad
"Thla man's guardian nngcl nnd a
good lawyer hnvo managed to keep
him out of Jail for some tlmo," ald
Judge Andrade. "I sentence him to
servo six month' Imprisonment."
"That wn what we both guessed
that ho would get," announced Chit
llngworth, Jr., and Sr. exhibited a
paper on which ho and tils sou had
written down their guosbe before
bentenco had been pasted.
J. Manuel wn sentenced to pay a
$25 flno for embezzlement. Ho had
been In chargo of Fred Harrison's
ttablcs, nnd hnd sold twelve bundles
of laths, belonging to tho contractor,
to n Japanese nnd had converted tho
profit to his own benefit.
Clarence Robinson, tho young negro
who mado a burglarious tour of China
town la stSundny night, appeared tu
face two charge of burglary nnd ono
of larceny. Tho latter only wus tak
en up, tho charge being thnt the do
fendant had stolen a chicken from n
Chinese, but aftor Clarence had en
tered a plea of not guilty tho enso was
A. Hume Ford, the writer, appeared
before- tho Promotion Committee nt
it meeting yesterdny afternoon, nnd
submitted" n proposition that Hawaii
should cooperate with Now Zealand
Mid Australia In tliolr cnmp'ilgn for
tourirts. These countries would open
nn Information bureau In Now York,
and while Hawaii would not bo expect
ed to contribute largely, still It ml;hl
hae deck room In tho offlco and havo
other advantages. Ford did not nsk
for uny remuneration for tils .owji
good RenyiceB. Tho Committee took
tho matter under advisement, mid as
sured Ford of It .moral support.
Ford mado several suggestions a
to what might bo done to Improve
tho tourist trnde. Ho advised, for In
stance, that rest houses ha established
on tho-'tourlat mutes, wheio there
wero no public accommodations to be
had at present, and that the vicinity
of Kllauca and Haleakala bo turnod
Into groat parks.
Washington, February 13. George
U. McClellan. secretary to Mr. Kalanl
anaole, delegate from Hawa.ll before
tho House Commltteo on Merchant
Marino and Flshorles, to day' advocat
ed the passago of tho Kalanlnnaolo
bill which, provides that passenger
may be transported, without pennltlea
In foreign vessel bdwecn ports of
Hawaii and tho United Stntc main
land. Mr. McClellan ald tho service
between tho territory and the main
Ind wa much worse than it was bo
foro Hawaii was annoxed to tho Unit
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5y-'For Rent" cards on sale at
Scaled Tender will bo received by
tno Superintendent of Public Worka
until 12 m. of Monday, March 30.th,
for furnishing all material nnd labor
nnd constructing n Quo Room School
lloubo at I.aupahochoo, North Ullo,
i,nd a Thrco Room School House nt
i'ahtilu, Kau, both on thu Island of
Hawaii, T. H.
Plan nnd specifications on fllo In
tho otll co of tho Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu, nnd Wil
liam Vunnnttn, IIIIo. They may nleo
bo hnd from F. C. Knton, School
Agent, Wnlohlnu, Knu, for thi Pa
hala School, nnd from 13. W. Rnrnard,
School Agent, haupnhochoc, N. llllo,
tor tho Lnupuhochoo School.
All tender to be on blank fur
nished by tho Superintendent of Pub
lic Worka nnd In scpnrnto envelopes.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to roject
i.uy or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Work.
Department of Public Worka,
Honolulu, March Gth, 1908,
HALEIWA HOTEL is practically
proof against .mosquitoes. The bed
rooms are thoroughly wired, and
comfort in sleeping is guaranteed.
St. Clair Bidgood,
Tlife Best Soiling Brand of
Shoe Polish in the World
Just Turn Tne Key
FOR ALL KINDS OF BLACK SHOES.
The only high-grade polish witli An Opening Key at
tached to each box to remove the cover. Any child cant
operate it. The key cin be used any number of times. i,
' ' one'shine a week.
with BLACKOLA will Tceep any "shoe in perfect condition
and the leather soft and pliable.
SPECIAL POINTS OF MERIT. ?
1 It is strictly waterproof and produces a brilliant'"
finish that will not rub off upon Ladies' skirts or Gentle
men', trousers, t
2 The Oil in BLACKOLA keeps the shoe soft and pre-,
serves the leather. "
3 It is a soft finish for the leather and not an enamel
4 BLACKOLA shines quickly with cither a brush or
cloth and requires no moistening. '
5 It is easily applied; requires the least labor and
retains a perfect shine longer thnn any other polish.
7 It takes the place of all Liquid Dressings and ev
ery other black polish. '
If your dealer doej not have BLACKOLA in stock, IN
SIST upon his getting it for you. Do not accept any other
polish as a substitute.
FOR TAN SHOES USE RUSSETINE.
For sale by, all dealers,
J. A. Gilznan, -
. ' SALE ,
Unprecedented Bargains in
We have these Clcaranoj Sale3 twice in every year in order
to ccar out surplus stook; and wc have- always marked prices
down low to make a sweeping clearance in every department.
But this year is the. record both for assortment stock and
for cuts in prices. This is the biggest salo we have ever had, nnd
the one offering the most attractions. ' "
&. B jLO Jit
We beg to introduce to the House
It is made from the BEST California wheat by the newest
patent roller process, and we claim for it the highest quality of
any flour sold in this Territory,
It is sold by J. H. Levy & 'Co,, C. J. Day & Co., and other
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL as a
reference hand-book of statistical
and general information pertaining
to these Islands, price 75 ct?,
BIRDS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS, a complete list; price $1.00.
HAWAIIAN FOLK-TALES, an ad
mirable collection of Legendary stor
ies of "the land we live in," Third
invoice just received. Finely illus
trated, cloth, gilt top; price $1.75.
Thrum's Book Store
1003 FORT ST.
BUILDING MATERIAL ,
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
ARE STIiL OPEN
Accommodations unequaled any
where on tha beach.
Employment OAlce supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractors
103 KING ST.
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