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VOL. X. NO. 395 J
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. MARCH 16. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
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ELLA WHEELER WILCOX GIVES HER IDEA OF HONOLUL
ENGLAND, GERMANY, AND FRANCE ORDER OUT
GOVERNOR FREAR, Honolulu, T.
Fortification bill comes about
Tliis cablegram received at th:
officially interpreted by Chief Clerk
however, that Hawaii's share of th:
amount to one million dollars. Th'a
While tilt) wuik on the local fortl
Hcatlons under the direction ot Cap
tain Otwoll Im going on quietly hut
turoly, the military authorities at
Washington nio already beginning
to get ready for the shipment of ord
nance which Is to make Hawaii tho
titioughold of tho Pacific, and It Is
expected that In tho near future the
guns which are to defend this out
post against enemlcH coming from
anywhero will roon he here.
Along tho wnterfrnut II has been
reporteil for the last few days that
prepaiatlons wcro being discussed
tor the landing of tho big guns. On
Inquiry being made at tho office of
tho Depot Quartermaster this morn
ing It was learned that tho War De
partment a short time ago asked that
inquiries ho mnde as to what facili
ties woro offered locally for tho
handling of n shipment of mortals
which wero to bo tent to Honolulu
, In a transport in the near future.
This matter whb referred to McCabe,
Hamilton & Itennle, tho stevedore
llrm, which answered that It would
be able to tnko the guns fiom on
board ship without uny difficulty. It
was stated that these mortars would
weigh between sixteen and eighteen
tons' each, without their carriages,
which could bo handled separately.
"Vcs, wo wero asked If wo could
take tho guns ashore," s.ild Charlw
lion, of hlcCabo. Hamilton & Itennle,
(his morning, "and wo answered that
wo would ho ablo to do so. We have
About Shipment Of
We now have an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of all the
best shirts. They an the kind you want; they are hand
some, of fine fabrics and latest make and designs; and
they will wear and look well as long as you want to wear
them. They are the
Bros, and Cluett Shirts.
That's all you need as a
CORNER' t)F FORT
WASHINGTON, Mnrch 10, 1908.
o.ie million for Hawaii.
Governor's office this noon is not
Conkliug. It is supposed to mean,
appropriations in the Pacific will
is considered a very Rood starter.
handled plantation machinery which
was as heavy no that, nnd wo hnva
taken ashore Btcam rollers weighing
as much as twenty-olght tons. Tho
Inquiry was merely In regard to the
lauding of the mortars, nnd nothing
was said about the transportation of
them from tho wharf to their desti
White the shipment of tho mortars
will tnko place very soon tho water
lront Is moro Intorcsted In tho ar
rival of the big 14-Inch rifles, which
will como later. It Is understood
that these guns weigh about thirty
eight tons each without their car
ilagcs, nnd that tho matter of trans
porting them to their destination
will he one which will piosenT con
rlderaule difficulty on account ot
their enormous weight. In San Fran
cisco, It is said, tho contractors who
handled some of theso guns lost mon
ey on account of tho fact that much
d.unago was dono to the roads over
which thoy took them, culvcrtB and
drains being broken by the pressure,
nnd It is believed that the same dif
ficulties will present themselves here
to an evon moro marked degree. Sev
eral mechanical experts who have
been used to the handling of heavy
weights, are nt present figuring on
devices for tho purpose, nftd there
will probably ho somo competition of
fered If the contracts for the haul
ing ot tho guns nro to be let by bids.
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AND HOTEL STREETS.
System Of Street Oiling
' Demonstrates lis
"Tho amount of rain In tho 24
hours ending nt 8 o'clock this morn
Ing was G.IU Inches, nnd this amount
has been uxceoded only rlx times
since 1877.f Tho greatest ninnunt In
any consecutive 21 hours bIiico 1877
was C.89 on May 10, 1885."
Tho above statement was mado by
Wm. 1). Stockman, director or tho U.
fa'. Weather Uurenii, tills morning.
"From all Indications, It Is uppir
'lit that Kwn had moru rain than wo,
On Hawaii, tho rain watt plentiful and
Maul received Its shaio yesterday,"
salil a Muuhu v.-lio ciimo on tho stu.un
W. It. CaMlo reported the ruin at
his plnco :ih being &.UJ. For the l.iwt
1 2 hours which ended this morning,
thero was 2 31 inches.
Owing to a heavy rainfall which
started last Saturday, many peoplo
wero Inconvenienced. Traffic was In
terrupted, and the trains and trolley
cars wero thrown out of time, l'as
tengers were compelled to wait for n
long tlmo beforo they could get down
,to their olllces nnd shops this morn
I When asked for Information about
.tho delay of tho trnliiB and washouts
jof outside districts, tho officials or thu
. Onlm rnllwny Mated there was no
)lllkl.i. Supervisor Cox. who enmo up
from Wtvlalua this morning, stated,
lion over, that thu train wbb delayed
for fifteen minutes liv a wnthout be
tween Slal and Nanakull. The Wo-
hlawn train did not make its connec
lion with tho through train, It wni
behind time, evidently on account ol
Tho cars on King nnd l.llllm streets
tailed to make connections this morn
ing. There was a difference of 30 initi
ates during which time tho paisengers
had to loaf around nt the corner ot
King and l.llllm streets.
Tho people living In tho neighbor
hood or KuiMunl sluing amused them
Lelvcs In tho water yesterday catch
ing frogs, oopus und gold fish. Tho
water was plentiful and the sin round
ing bnuklels Hooded tho place.
lloud Supervisor Ham Jo in son says
that Ilia streets are In excellent shape
this morning, showing the value ot tho
J oiling. Where last year, after u storm
I similar to the one which has prevailed
hero during the past two or three days
it was necessary to have about Su ox
tia men at work lepalrlug damages
nnd keeping the gutters open, Satur
day thero wero but five at v. oik, and
bestorday but one. Johnson says that
tho total expense will not amount to
moro than $50.
WAIT FOR SECRETARY.
President Geo. W. Smith of the Mer
chants' Association stated this morn
ing that the committee for the enter
tainment of tho fleet, of which he,
Sccrotary Mntt-Smlth nnd l'rosldont
las. F. Morgan or tho Chamber ot
Co'mmorco arc members, would go to
work as soon as tljo Secictary re
turned from Mini, whero lip went nn
a member of tho Governor's party.
The full lists of committees will then
bo announced and tho work for tho
preparations will begin to hum.
is still "as safe as Gibraltar," Last
year, the reduction in expense was
One Million Dollars
and the total amount loaned to pol-
icy-nomers lor tne year iuo7 was ,
Over Seven Millions
' These facts, more titan anything
, we pould say, show the stability and
strength of the Prudential.
Fori St. Ocnokili A
RIDES DITCH TRAIL
Trip From Keanae Shows
Panorama Of Great
BONOjUNU (juixh is
UJUQUaLLED IN ISLANDS
Fwar and Followers Arrive at Maka-
wp.o After Traveling Through
the Switzerland of
' Makawao, Maul,
March 12, ltMKS.
If llic.o Ib au morn beautiful
(ounto within the confines of thu
United States tlu.n that which wu
have seen today on our way fiom I
Koftnm. tr, MnlfAUnn I linvn nnl hnnn '
fortunate enough to travel through
It, Switzerland may havo valleys'
which will rival Ilonamanu Gulch in
length and depth, but she has none
at the end of which the sea beats In
whlto surf on a rocky coast, nono
whlfh 1b greonei or fresher, nono
which Is fern-lined anil lllled with
palms and bnnnnii plants, none nbovo
which bends a sky of so exquisite n
blue and in which the nlr Is llko vel- i
vet and the hie.ith of tho wind like
the caresH of a fragrant (lower.
Our weary rlth with more monoy
than knowledge go to Europo for a
change or scene. Thoy visit tho
fjords or Norway for scenery or trav- i
cl through thu hotel-Infested moun
tains of Switzerland or the beggar
haunted loads of Italy nnd Spain.
l'robnDly most or them have noier.
heard or the Island or Maul, or, it ,
they have, don't know whether tt Is
in Asia Minor or Turkestan, Hut It
promotion work la done na it should
be und a low or them are Induced to
(omo to Hawaii for n change nnd to!
make n trip ocr the great Koolau
ditch trull, Hawaii will In time have
all the tourists she can take care ot
und tho fame of this part of tho
country will rival that ot tho Alps.'
1 havo seen some country In my var
ious wanderings up and down tho
earth, but I havo never seen anything
tlso that can touch this for charm,
combine this rldo with it visit to -tho
crater of Hulcakala, and the traveler
hns a trill which cannot be equaled In
the sumo area ot ground covered nnd
time spent olsewhcre in tho world.
Wo loft Kennno enrly this morn
ing, but not until most of tho pnrty
had taken the stiffness out or their
muscles by n plunge In the cold' wa
ters of u tresh pool filled rrom n
stream running down from tho
mountain side, and then had prepar
ed themselves for tho long rldo by
annihilating another of N'aplhaa's
fat pigs and a few of his succulent
chickens. Tho traditional hospital
ity of the Hawaiian people was fully
exemplified at Kennne. There was
nothing which thoy could do for us
that they were not anxious to do. It
Is not every day that' a Governor
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
J. H0PP & CO.,
(Lewers & Cooke Bldg.)
JOHN II ESTATE, LTD.,
Two mortgages, aggregating J180
I1 00, on the lands und property of tho
John tt Kstate, Ltd., have been re
lented, the papers relieving tho es
tate from tho obligations being sign
ed March 9.
Ono of these mortgages wna exe
cuted August 31, 1897, In favor or
Win. Q. Irwin, for $80,00U, nnd cov
ers nil the estates und lands of the
John II Kstate, Ltd., on the Islands
of Oahu, Maul, Hawaii, and Kauai.
The second mortgage, for $100,000
wn executed October 24, 189, It
Lelng specified that the money bur
lowed should he used for certain def
inite purposes und no others. One
purposo was the purchase of the in
terest ot I,. L. McCnndlosa In tho
property or tho estato; another the
purchase or the Interest In tho part
nership or Drown and McCaudless;
the third to pay off a debt owing to
J. Alfred Mngoon. This second mort
gage also covered lauds on the four
Islands nbovo named.
It has been definitely lenrned that
tho faction or the liar Association
which opposed the endorsement of
Judge Kepolknl for reappointment on
tho Maul Circuit Ilcnch had Judgo
Frank Andrado of the Honolulu Dis
trict Court In view ns their choice,
In his place, had they been success
ful In their fight against Kepolknl.
As u matter of fact, the battlo can
hardly be considered ns ended yet,
nnd tho nntl-Kcpolkal peoplo may
Hill be hoping to see Andrade on tho
bench on Mnnl, that Is If tho District
Judgo let his nanio
be used In t.i . 'in Andrade
was Been about tho matter tills after
noon, but ho declined to discuss It.
A report had It this afternoon that
Admiral Ileckley had severed his con
ueetlou with tho Inter-Island Steam
' Navigation Co., with which ho hns
i'i-t'ii i-uiim-i-iuii uvi-r hiiiiu lliu eoiisui
ldatlon with thu Wilder Steamship
Co., In the service of which ho had
been for many years. President Ken
nedy, when asked about tho mnttcr,
btated that tho report was unfounded.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
That's the watchword of our con
cern, and we take pride in it.
keep while in use, but deteri
orate when kept in stock. We
have in a FRESH LOT of
them on the last Alameda. Get
them now. HOT WATER
BOTTLES, SYRIN.GES, ETC.
K Good Meals
Warships Of Three
Nations Ordered Out
PORT-AU-PRINCE, March 16. The French Legation has been
threatened and a massacre of whilei is feared. French, German and En
glish warships have been ordered to the scene.
EVANS TO REMAIN THREE WEEKS MORE
SAN DIEGO, Cal., March 16. The cruiser Buffalo arrived here to
day from Mngdalena Bay. Admiral Evans is improving in health and
will remain at Ma?dalena Bay for three weeks mere.
t i cm
PUGET SOUND HAS ITS SQUADRON
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 10. The cruisers St. Louis, Milwau
kee and New York will be stationed at Puget Sound.
I m i .
MACHINISTS ON STRIKE
DENVER, Colo., March 16. Fifteen hundred machinists of the "
Denver nnd Rio Grnnde Railroad have gone out on strihe against the.,
abrogation of contracts with the unions.
im i in i
HONGKONG, China, March 10. The Japanese steamer Tatsu Mani,
which was seized by the Chinese authorities, has been released.
IN GOD V!2 TRUST
WASHINGTON, D. C. March 10.
storing "In God"We Trust" on' the coin
One of i:ila Wheeler Wilcox" llrst
contributions to tho mainland press
Is on the Honolulu Sumlny. She bas
among other things:
It was a Sunday 'morning. "Tho
Man" mid I wero sitting In an ox
nul.ito lltll cottage u makc-bo-llovo
house In u troplc.il Hawaiian
Wild birds, with strange, wonder
ful notes of joy in their voices, weie
singing "Olory to Cod In the High
est." Palm troes wcio waving graceful
arms, as If In religious ecstasy.
The month was February. Tho
weather July. A handsome Hawaii
an maiden walked by, diessed In hcrl
freshly staixlicd "holoku," and car-'
rylng her tnll body with nntlvo dlg-l
nit y. A tiny Japanese girl trotted
near, wearing her kimono ns only n
native Japanese woman tnn wear It. '
A Chlncso mother paused In front
or our tottagoto strap tho crimson
silk blanket moro snugly about the
baby on her back. Sho woro n pea-.
cock bluo coat, and a queer gold pin
fastened her black hair.
I-Jverythlng was plctuicsque. artis
tic and fascinating to tho eye and
l.lfo was full or color, light, ro
mance, beauty (Soil seemed near
nnd tho world was good. J
Then suddenly a sound! Tho
bird's; songs, tho rustlo ot palm
Manufacturers' Shoe -
P. 0. Box 400.
The House, has passed the bill re-
of the country.
eaves, tho breathings or Natiiie,
weru drowned under u mournful wall.
A chorus of voices, nccompanlcd
by a melancholy 'organ, sent forth
the dismal Now UngUnd hymns, from
the Christian Mission Church across
the way from our little bungalow.
Verso nftcr verse, hymn nftor hymn,
bruised the bright air Into dark de-i-pondency.
Joy changed to melan
choly; hnpplnes.-) In tho present gave
way to sad memories! Several serv
ices in the country church of my
childhood roao beturo me; I heard the
dione or the cleigjmnn's voice, the
fob or tho mourncis; nnd nil tho Joy
oi lire was loat, nnd Hod was rar
"Tho Man" looked nt mo with
It Is nwful, Isn't It?" ho said. "1
nm bnck In a Now' IJnglnnd town
un orphan boy living noxt door to
tho church with my grnndinother.klt
Is a told, rainy Winter day, but I llvo
m) near 1 cannot escnpo tho long ser
vlco, nnd tho fear Inspiring sormoii.
If I play sick and Btny nt homo I still
hear the mournful hymns, nnd
threats of death and the grave and
hell flro which awaits bovg who play
sick. What a pity our Christian an
cestors ndoptcd such music and
mth, hjmns to represent tho lovo-one-nnother
creed of Christ!"
"I wish we wcro In a Hawaiian
jungle," I said, "mIoiio with Natuio
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This Vici Kid, with Mat
Top, Military Heel, is some
The price is just right
Don't fail to see this shoe.
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