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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAItCII IB, 1908.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Oai'y every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
THEATRE AND PROHIBITION
The rainstorm on Saturd.iynlght '
mill the performance of the Ltlilpu I
Hans' nml the rainstorm on Sunday
nlgiit anil the teniperanco rally of
cttlrens In Central 1'nlon Church all
romblned to furnish a ery vuluiihle
lesson to the citizens of Honolulu If
they arc In a mood to accept facts.
The rain was set ere on Saturday
LM-nhiR and the. Orpheum theater
whs tilled to ovcrllowlnR with mi nit
tilence that Included many of the
best people of tho town and not a.
The rain on Sunday conlng was
no less secre, and the nudlc-ticeT
made up of tho combined forces of
the evangelical churches of the- city
.! .,. l.l ,!. ,. .,!, ...,
arc Interested In temperance, and
the liquor men who might go to hear
what the teniperanco people wero
planning to do all theso poweis
turned out an audience that occupied
perhaps one-third the seating capac
ity of the largest city church ou a
The U u 1 1 c 1 1 n has no Intention
uf analyzing the cause for these facts,
that should furnish food for thought
among the citizens aiming to get the
best results by getting lu touch with
There Is Just tho suggestion nbout
the church audience, however, that
perhaps some of our people are fulr
wcuther advocates, who olther yant
someone else to do the Work ;for
them, or ore not particularly Inter-
This biime fault Is found'
the people who pose as sponsors of j
They wont the best men to be sent
to conventions, nnd they want tho
best platforms framed, but they don't
Ike to attend primaries or precinct
meetings. And when the .best men
are not sent to conventions and tholl7th( nt noo,1( ,, return by g s
best platforms are not framed, they
raise n mighty roar to heaven on tbo
horror of mnchlno politics, etc., etc.,
After all, the number of loafers In
the alleged Army of Good Works Is
And that Is the reason why in a
temperance agitation m many usk
the agitators why u few porsons of
ndmlttcdly good Intentions should be
allowed to wreck established business
and tell tho majority what they shall
The people who have been preach
ing bettor transportation for Hawaii
will llnd a bright nnd shining exam
ple for their campaign In the future
Euccess of the new Inter-lslaud
steamer Manna Ken.
The Bulletin has already re-
marked that this Territory has no ' :"uitX" ZJSiZ it wM.
further occasion to apologise for tho "JS ,nJ Am" i K
service of Its main Inter-lsland route JZX?J rf?'
The steamer about to be put on is SLLfcTt,', JEf1"' d,"ing'
ns complete and comfortably finished , FOR pIV UNFURNISHEQ
boat as could bo asked. Honolulu can UW -N IUI UllNISHiD
henceforth point with prldo to tho
comforts offered to travelers,
appointments of the staterooms,
promenade decks, saloon and loung-!r.g-rooms
nro modem in ccry ro
spect nnd the design of tho ship Is
especially adapted to tho scml-trop-ics.
With 'tho greater comforts and the
increased speed gained for tho Isl-
and 'trade, Increased travel will bo a'S""Vr' ( tin'nn
direct result. Tourists after going il5T". SlS
aboard tno ship will be nttracted toN Avinn'e 2nnn
Jake the Island trips because what- pQ,.. JorSX
over else may bo tho result thoy may
bo sure of n pleasant sea voyngo. lies
Idents of tho Islands will travel more
frequently to Honolulu or from this
city to tho other islands, becauso
,4,0 IUU ,1I.IUU t(UliJK IU004tf,D,
' Good transportation facilities aro
bound to. prove themselves in greater,
prosperity tfo? all ?oicernedf 'it ij
only n matter of.' how long tho" men
with tho means will refuse to accept j
Entrrcil M tht Postoffici1 nl Honolulu
iccoikI tU mitlfr.
MARCH 16, 1008
SURVEYS IRE All INN
Editor Evening II til let In1: In mi'
nrllc.e In the 11 e n I n g H u 1 1 o 1 1 n
of Mm rli 14th, eutllli'd, "Kolljwcrs of
l'rcar on Maul Trail aro Orators,"
written lij Kdward 1". Irwin, on pngo
2, ho states the follow Inn lumarks:
Boyd's Bad Job.
lluvd scciiib to hae made n pretty
mess of things In tho valley. There
were a number of Kuteanas there,
some of which have not been occupied
for ears. and wero lost, mid ho was
brought down to relocate them. Ho
appears to hae dono It In n lilt or
1 miss mauncr, only 'being careful to
pick out the best land, no matter to
whom It belonged. In most eases ho
appears to have no ninirks to go by,
hi HlirvoH IipIiie? Tni'rnli' nrbltrnrv
Cohfeiiuently-. there Is.-tho promlso of
endless law Butts, etc. "
A fin.. i.l.n.lnH ..n f T-l. ....... I 1,
'""! HIUUI'IUI, Ulll .t, CUOUIll 1".
It win's remarks, my flrft Intention
was to Ignore his entirely, for his
statements plainly show that ho has
only heard ono sldo of tho case, and
from that ho poses himself as a judgo
and renders his verdict.
I want to state beforo tho public
1 that I surcyod the kulu'.mas in dis
pute at Kennau, Maul, for poor Ha
. wallans, nnd I nm certain of their lo
cation, and willing to protect their
rights beforo nio'ono or any courts of
this Territory, nnd no amount of In
timidation or suffering on the part of
Excursino To The
0ne Da' 5n Hilo
, !PI.M Tlovc . 4t, Vnl.l
A Trip to the Fiery Pit!
' and a Circuit of the Island of Hawaii
All -f-rkro 5 K "1 ffcfh
".". Ja.UJ". M J X V J
I Tno OJK.1rion wll Icnvc HonoIulu
. s ,... -,,,. ,.,.
MAUNA LOA Tuesday, March 21th,
at da) light.
Don't miss this rare opportunity
to see the Volcano in eruption.
For tickets nnd Information con
cerning the trip, Inqutro of
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
PUNAH0U DISTRICT: Very de-
jr , street $20 00
Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street S35.00
Mntlock Avcnne 522.50
Xinau Stret S30.00
Emma Street 524.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
King Street $15.00
Kewalo Street $23.50
I' Vl't.al.. Clu.l OC tf
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Kal,hi B d QQ
Hotel Street $50.00
Corner Fort and Merchant 8ti.
.-. .-L. ,iur jiMJbuatMtj ltnV .JiK,,M .i.aj,,,,,', ..III
SjiiM Ijimk hoM
Have you Insured your house
hold effects against loss by llro7
It" ' .
Morris Ijiiio, 2 bedrooms,,,'.', COO
l'unchbowl; 2 bedrooms . ,;,i'. 8.00
l.lllhn Street, 2 bedrooms ... 15.00
I.unnlllo Street, 2 bediooms'. 15.00
Punchbowl Street, 2 bedrooms 18.no
Wilder Avenue, 2 bedrooms.. 18.00
l'ensncola Street, 2 bedrooms 20.00
Wilder Avenue, 3 bedrooms. 20.00
Walklkl, 4 bedrooms , ,. 20.00
Onndall Lane, 3 bedrooms ... 22.00
Klnau Street, 3 bedrooms.... 2S.00
School Street, 3 bedrooms. . . 30.00
I.unnlllo Street, 3 bedrooms.. 35.00
Hates Street, 2 bedrooms.... 40.00
Ileretnnla Ave,, 4 bedrooms . . CO. 00
Mntlock Ave., 2 .bedrooms... $30.00
Young Street, 2 bedrooms,.., 30.00
Punnhou, 3 bedrooms 35,00
Young Street, 4 bedrooms . . . 35.00
Pacific Heights, 4 bedrooms. . 50.00
Nuunnu Ave., 3 bedrooms.... CO. 00
Manon, 3 bedrooms 76.00
thoso who did not perform their Just
duties will-hinder mo from. declaring
that Ihcso kulcunus In dlsputo exist
ou tho locations pointed out to mo !'
tho kamnalnas, nnd supported by tho
lecords In the land ofllco of this Ter
ritory. If tho Hnwalians that owned
tho kuleaiias wero wealthy Instead of
being poor their lauds would never
havo been disturbed, but pmerly has
beou u crlnio In this caso, as It has
been In many others.
I will not glvo any detail statement
publicly or otherwise, for I recognize
thoso things as tho rights of my cli
ents, nnd It's only through their per
mission, that I will consent to Its
As to tho rest of I-Mward P. Irwin's
remarks. I leave that to the good Judg
ment ot tho public. In which It liar,
pleased him to place this matter. Mor
nijholf, I want to say to this gentle
man, who I havo not tho "honor of a
personal acquaintance, thnt I forgivo
hi m for his wIbo decision, nnd I sin
cerely adlso him that next tlmo ho
Intends to posa as a Judgo, ho might
hear both sides of tho question beforo
rendering n verdict, and It's a good
thing also while wearing thn Judicial
toga to bo on a wator wagon.
It. N, 1IOYD,
Surveyor and Engineer.
Walklkl, March 1C, 1908.
(Continued from Par? 1
comes to this little hamlet lying pr
eluded in the beautiful valley, but
the hospitality of tho people was not
based on tho fact that Walter !'.
l'rcar. Governor of tho Territory,
was nt tho head of tho party. I
think any one of us would have re
ceived the sanui kind treatment had
wo been traveling without the Gov
Hear Grievances .
Deforo breakfast tho party went
down to tho landing and Superinten
dent Campbell mndo nn examination
of tho placo to seo whnt could bo
dono to Improve 11. .Tho land owned
by the woman who stated her grlev-
rnco at tho meeting Inst night was
also visited, and n hasty glance was
taken nt other homesteads.
After breakfast wo mounted our
horses nnd set out. Hut beforo go
ing back up the vullcy, tho party was
guided by Sub-Agent Aiken over tho
hind which Is still open for home
Mending purposes. Thoro Is very lit
tlo of this, probably not over 50 ncrrs
In nil, nnd, fiom tho questions that
were asked at tho meeting last night,
It seems probnblo that this will be
taken up very soon.
We saw several new grass huts in
tho valley, erected by tho now home
steaders on their land. Tho question
was asked last night whether or not
n grass houso would bo accepted by
tho Government us n house In accord
ance with tho i equipments of u
homestead lease. Theso houses,
built under the sanction of the Land
Department, nnswor tho question, A
grass houso may not bo as substan
tial as one built of boards, but It Is
rcrtalnly inoro In keeping with the
Lurroundlngs nnd thoso nlrcndy In
tho valley ndd u touch of romance
which is lucking in most communi
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple. Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We hava two patterns in each of
the following- colors :
WHITE WITH PINK j
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER:
WHITE WITH BLACK;
30 inches wide,
A i me ncnii oi mo vaucy wo wero
Hint, hv W. t lnirllp. KUliprllitptlftolir
of the ditch, and stopped for half nn
Hour at Tripp b, the ditch House. Here ,
mi-iu tuu mime iiiuuui iii-i-a Kiuwuie,
which were planted by tho Long
worth party foiho months ngo. Thoy
nro crnwlni? flnplv nnd look vpi
promising. Doputy Sheriff Wlttrookt
uiso pointed out in us nis piaco as wo
lodo by. He has some 4,000 rubber
trees growing, ns n sort of side lino.
This Is tho rase with nianv of tlin
i-oiuviiiit in uiv uisinui, ttiiu Muua iiM
show tho Interest taken In tho new
Industry, by everybody in tho dis
trict. For thn little follows nro ns
enthusiastic over rubber ns thoso
whoso trees number un Into tho hun
dreds of thousands.
Mountlnc once morn after nur rest
nt Tripp's, wo started up tho trail,
riding,, ns is necessary, in single flic.
I'rom its vnrv licctnnlnt? thn rn.ir! (it
characterized by remarkable beauty.
Kerns grow to tho height of n man
on both sides of tho trail, which
winds in and out tortuously. Tho
gunvas aro almost forest trees In
flzc. llannnns grow wild In Incred
ible profusion. Ohlas intertwine
their twisted branches overhead : dm
stirr, strnnge lauhala with Its point
ed leaves Is everywhere.
Hut ns wo went up, nnd nil nloug
tho trail at Intervals, wo noticed tlint
tho ohlas were dvlnir off In 'lintplina.
Sometimes there would bo ono or two
gnunt, twisted skeletons from which
Jlfo had fled; sometimes ncrcs would
tin A, 11. AM. 1 ...III. ,1.n .!.... I.. .,
uv tuitlKli Willi 11IU Ml'BlHIIllUIl Ol
dead trees. It Is n lamcntnblo fuel
thnt some fungus has uttucked tho
ohlas along tho slopes of Hnloahnlri
and they are disaniicarlng with
nlnrmlng rnpldlly. Just whnt tho
rungus Is nobody appears to know,
but. unless something is donn vnrv
soon to crush out tho disease, incnl-
tuluhlo damage will bo dono. For
tho disappearance of the forest
means tho cutting off of tho wntcr
supply. In Hawaii more even than
In other countries, trees mean water.
And without water tho valleys below
would b6 arid wastes. ' An export
Dhniilil be sent up Into tho forests,
no matter at. what co3t, Immediately
to mako niulnwstlgatlon and try to
discover A remedy for tho disease
which Is causing tho damage.
There, nro imo In Hawaii, It Is
claimed, who' hnvo tried to discour
age tourlsts'.fiom making tho Maul
trip this way by representing' that
tho ditch tmll Is dangerous, hvitli
mountain Jiirrses used to nilrrow
trails, such claims nro ridiculous.
N'atunilly.n nervous person may not
bo blamed or shrinking n llttlo
wlion ho llrst'looks over tho sldo and
sees tho bottom of tho gulch p thou
sand feet nild moro below him and
icallzes that -a 'misstep might semi
itlm nnd till 'mount rattling down
the steep ulrjes. Hut thcro Is little
danger of nlfy's'uch misstep, nnd the
grandeur of tho scono moro than
compensates for dangers many times
In coming from Kcnnae ono passes
around tho head of several gulches,
all of them exceptionally bcnutirul.
Hut none of tho others can compare
with Ilonomanu Gulch for depth,
or nntural beauty. Kiom an clovii-'
tlon of nearly 1600 feet tho travoler
looks down into n nuriow vialloy
coming to n point nt tho trail and
opening out, wcdgo-llko toward tho
sea, which, bluo ns only tho Pacific
In this part of tho world can bo
blue, oxtends to the curving horizon,
At bomo place n innn could Jump
irom the parapet which edges tho
outer side pf tho trail and hardly
touch nn thing until ho landed In
tho bottom over a thousand feet be
low. At other places tho sides aro
moro sloping, but nowhere Is thcro
incline enough to stop nn object onco
started down, unless It should hap
pon to lodgo ngalnst some of tho
bnnnnn trees which grow In endless
profusion nlong tho way from top to
bottom of the gulch.
Kvcrywhero nro ferns, colossal In
tlze, covering tho sides of tho gulch
mi thickly that far down thoy look
llko n carpet of dollcuto greon.
.And on toward tho sen aro palms,
marking the location of homesteads
wheio tho Inhabitants of tho vnlley
llvo lu tho midst of a scono that
would drive nu artist to despair.
Over this trail we wound our way,
meeting nobody nil tho wnv. ti,
party early spl.Jn two, tho mules
'"''"" " utuiiuei.unii IWOU-HUlltll
bolng nearly played out, which no
tessltatcd their traveling slowly.
Sometimes tho ditch followed the
trull, tho wntcr running ulongsldo on
Its wny to tho rich plantations lying
in ino vitlloy nnd along tho Blopoa
boyond; nt'othor times It plunged
abruptly Into dark tunnels and run
idlontly through tho earth, to cmergo
nguln further on. Horo nnd thoro
wero waterfalls pouring down tho
mountnln-Bldo nnd bathing in their
iridescent spray tho bananas and
ferns which flourished In rank pro
fusion In tho wolcomo dampness.
Half way along tho tmll wo passed
tho big weir whoro tho waters nro
measured nnd divided among tho
plantations using thorn. Tho Gov
ernor und thoso wltlhlm dismount
ed here nnd examined tho weir,
which wris'Jo'xplalncd by Dr. Poguo,
who Ipd tho wuy,
twas Mhout 2 o'clock whon tho
first party reached Poguo's house nnd
dismounted! for rt rest und1 n dinner
.. ..ah ..-a.ii..... ..,&dk.!LLz
rm. ..... M iVA !..1.t .AA
xnu nuuiau ou wiu iiiu iiuvct
used Aycr's Hair Vigor. Sho neg
lected her hair, and now herself Buf
fers from neglect. On tho contrary,
tho woman on tho left has always
used Ayer's Hair Vigor, and owes
to it much of her youthful appear
anco and attractircnoss. ,
produces beautiful hair. Long,
rich, heavy hair. Soft and silky
hair, free-from dandruff.
fwir.J tj Dr.). CAr U C... tanll. Kin, U.S. A.
which was equal In quantity nnd cx
rol'cnco to tho voracious appetites
with which wo all attacked It. Mrs.
Poguo welcomed us and mndo It her
duty to seo that everybody was mado
comfortnblo und that nobody stopped
eating until ho had reached tho full
limit of his capacity.
This was tho end of our horseback
I Idlng for the day, for-uti uiltomoblto
and two carriages were walling hero
lo take us ou tho rest of tho dny'a
;ourncy. To most of the company
this was n welcome ehnnge, for some
wore pretty stilt and tired with tho
unaccustomed exercise. Marston
Campbell 'bald he was fico It) admit
that ho did not feel nt homo on tho
hurricane deck of n mule, and thoro
was ono other member of the party
who stretched lilufsclf out on tho
grass In front of tho hoiuo whllo tho
Governor was making n speech to tho
nsscmbled Hnwalians nnd enjoyed n
loml-lomi administered liy two old
natives who knew how to find the
foro muscles and massage tho stllT
ness out ot them. Ho was uncoil
(clous of tho fijet that a picture wiu
being tnken of the performance by
cno of tho camera (lends.
The ditch trull wns now behind us
and we traveled rapidly along n goo'i
wngou road, passing fietwcou fields
of cano nnd pineapples. It was nec
essary to divide tho party Into thrco
tectlons In order to supply accom
modations for them. Mr. Allien took
the Governor, tho Land Commissioner
nnd Pilvnto Secretary Mllrldo to hla
own homo at Mnknwao. Secretary
Mott-Smlth nnd Superintendent
Campbell went to Harry llnldwln's,
.and tho newspapermen put up nt
KinVAIHJ P. IRWIN.
;- -:t a a a . a
Tciuperaluies fi a. in., 04; 8 a. in..
CD; 10 a in., CC; noon, 73; morning
Dnroinctcr, 8n. in., 2D.03; nbsolnto
humidity, 8 n. m., 7.108 grains per
cuble foot; rrlatlvo humidity. S a. in.,
92 per cent; dow point. 8 n. m.. Cfi.
Wind fi it. m., velocity 2. direction
N. Ii; 8 ii, in., velocity 9, direction S.
K-; .10 ii. in., velocity 12, illioctton S.
K.j noun, velocity 10, direction S. K.
llalurall during 21 hours ended S a.
in.. 5.01 Inches.
Totnl wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 104 mlleM
WM. 11, STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Huroau
BUT "FOR RENT" cards on salt
t inaBullatln offlc.
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.
&SL.UMk ' UliMiAujL
IT SAVES YOU
in ice-bills, food-bills, time, labor, and Temper; . f
That's Economy .
IT COSTS A LITiLE
j That s the Reason S
lj You can'i get tht best without paying more for it; 11
5k the best refrigerator of all is
. H. HACKFELD &
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A Small Weekly Payment Buys a
The first payment
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y.B., A. J. C. C, No. C0217,
and Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C.C, No. 62304, at service at ?10.
Toi. 89Q The Pond Dairy
1. WMl FOR
Daisy Wugner and Albert Toogood,
who wcrir convicted last week In
Judge Dole's comt of violation of tho
Kdmiinds Act, wero this morning
sentenced to three months in jail nnd
to pay tho amount which It cost tho
Government to convict them.
Pala, who was found guilty of
telling booze without tho precaution
of taking out n Federal license, was
t-cntr-nccil to til row months' Imprison
ment nnd to pay n lino of ?100 nnd
tosti of court.
Tho trial of Ong Too Wan, charg
ed with having lu his possession
money bearing tho Government stamp
but not mndo In tha Government
mints, wns commenced this morning,
u jury being quickly secured. Ong
hnlls fiom tho Hermit Kingdom.
Oiie of tho fair Gelshn girls of Jn
pan 'Will distribute Tansnn -water era
tultlously today nnd tomorrow at tho
Holllster Drug Co.
a ffl a
1S5 editorial rooms "5Q busl
neaa office. These crt the new tel
ephone numbera of tin Bulletin office.
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL as a
reference hand-book of statistical
and general information pertaining
to these Islands, price 75 cts.
BIRDS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS, a complete list; price $1.00.
HAWAIIAN FOLK-TALES, an ad
mirablc 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
1063 FORT ST.
ARE STILL OPEN
Accommodations uncqualed any
where on the beach.
At PALM CAFE
THE OWL CIGAR
is deservedly the most popular of the
C-cent cigars throughout the States,
'M. A. Gunst & Co.
CO., LTD., Agents h
puts it in your.
styles and prices.
In household expen
ses is practiced by
for light as well as
Cooking. It costs
tos than any other.
12 Jolly Night3, commencing
saturday, mar. 14
matinees Wednesdays' '
and saturdays '
Lilliputian Opera Comp'y
AC Cute, Cunning and Clever Afi
HU ( Juvenile Artistj ' v
SATURDAY, MAR. 14th and
MONDAY, MAR. lOtli
Austin Daly's Famous Suocess
" A Runaway Girl "
Prices 25o, 50c, 75c and $1. Ma
tineesChildren, 25o 'Adults, 50c.
Scats on sale Thursday,
Illank books o( all Bortr, ledgois
etc. manufactured by tho Hullotln Pub
lishing Company '
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