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EVENIHa BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II., WIIIINIISDAY, MAIL IS, l'JOS
E v ening Bulletin
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dotfy ercry day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tucday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wttlluce R. PnrrlriKton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARQEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np ( Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 I. Business Office, - 256
E!ftetl at ilie I'otoflicf At Honolulu
us ttcnml (Jam miller
lliirrlman's latest recommendation
to public Mor Is tkut his daughter
selected nn American for horn.
"No anarchists." Let this be add
ed to tho list of thlnfis Hawaii has
not, that lend to Its attractiveness.
When Kona H without mine sort
of a public fracas In connection with
a school, It begins to feel lonesome.
A onc-thousand-mllc ti.lk will bo
a mere Incident of Honolulu's future
relations with iaseiiKers on the
K'rcat ships of tho Pacific.
The man who got so enthusiastic
over preparation for tho Fleet that
he figured 23,000 men would devour
42,000 tons of food In three days
takes tho prfto.
Mention of Wnllach at the press
cnt tlmo serves only to recall, -lidw
completely the community hap'-flr.'ip-ped
and forgotten this "hero" and
,-niartr" of a few months ago.
Flftcen-ear land leases will soho
a good number of problems for this
Territory. Industry can go forward
with profit to all concerned frco from
the, dangers attending the disposal
of the land, in fee simple-
Why not have the fortification
campaign Include a vigorous demand
for Immediate development of Kn
haulkl to a regimental post, and Im
mediate construction of another reg
imental post at Lcllchua?
Comlskcy's announcement that tho
Chicago baseball champions will
come to Hawaii next spring fur
nishes the baseball fan with n per
fect excuse for wanting to llvo
through another car.
An Irishman takes exception to
comments on St Patrick, and tho
day would not bo a real annlversriry
without a good scrap of some kind
In which tho Irishman was on tho
side of decency and Justice.
Every wise plantation manager
will Inaugurate a policy of homo
htead labor regardless At nationality.
This, followed up by aggressive Eu
ropean Immigration, will establish
Hawaii's prosperity bejond tho pos
sibility of successful attack.
Honolulu may possibly forgive the
latest International marrlago be
cause It knows tho Duke nnd found
him n rather decent fellow, jou
Know. Senator Rlklns seeking re
election may be the only one due for
many unpleasant hours with tho
It Is truo that Hawaii is sched
uled for a prosperous summer, and
when bank deposits reach tho hlcli
water mark tho money market will
be easy. Mcanwhllo tho man who
has preached ronfldcnco In Hawaii's
present and future can put down an
other victory to his credit.
Not long ugo they wero talking of
selling out tho Union Iron Works
because it was alleged to bo losing
money. Now $GOO,000.-ls to bo ex
pended for enlargement of tho place,
and the prediction Is confirmed that
Schwab was talking for offect, and
not hecauso ho wanted to sell.
Dangor, Malno, sends a report to
the world that It has recently expe
rienced a year recording tho largest
number of arrests for drunkenness
In the history of tho placo. It Is not
stated whether tho dispatch is in
tended aH an argument for or
against tho strict laws of tho prohi
The Fleet without Uvnns will loso
some of Its plcturcsquo features for
Honolulu, but tho greeting will be
none the loss cordial. Since Hvans
is classed ns ono of the Honolulu
famly, It would bo vory upproprlato
to extend an Invitation to Citizen
Evans; thjit ho hotho guest of tho
rty during the .stay of tho FJeet nnd
ns long 'hereafter ns may bo con
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
MARCH 18, 1908
THE NEW WIRELESS RECORD.
The success of Hxpcrt Isbel In re
ceiving n wireless message from the
transport Thomas a thousand miles
at sea Is merely a foretaste of what
will be nn ovcry-dav event of the not
fur distant future.
It Is strange but true that, nl
though whcleis In tho Pacific as rep-
ci-cntcil b thq commercial system
of these Islands Is far ahead of any
other part of tho world, in tho mat
ter of ocean wireless tho Pacific Is
quite us far behind .tho times.
That this conditio!! should exist Is
primarily the fault If fault It may
bo termed of the steamship compa
On tho Atlantic the steamship
companies wcro the wireless pioneers
On the Pacific, the) nro following In
the wake uf tho Hawaiian Islands,
the Army transports, and the Navy,
the Matron line has, set the pace for
passenger-boat eqUIpnlcnt nnd It Is
only a matter of a few mouths when
other lines must class the wireless a
Under present conditions, Hxpert
libel's success In gaining a message
from a ship a thousand miles at era
cannot be expected as n regular per
formance. With a powerful ocean
Motion on this Island, however.
thcro Is no reason why tho steamca
properly equipped should not ho In
Have you been to the
Don't let anyone dissuade you from
The trip can be made in 4 days, and
costs only $42.50.
I'or information regarding tho trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
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 $35.00
Matlock Avenue $22.50
Kinau Street $30.00
Emma Street $24.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
King Street $15.00
Kewalo Street $22.50
Kinau Street $35.00
King Street $18.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Nuuanu Avenue $20.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Kalihi Road $30.00
Hotel Street $50.00
1 Corner Fort and Merchant Sti.
fimk Iwd botft
. qiL font UjcmlU
Have 5011 Insured your house
hold effects against loss by flro?
Morris Lane, 2 bedrooms. ...,.$
Punchbowl, 2 bedrooms . i...
Llllha Street, 2 bedrooms ,.'. .
Lunalllo Street, 2 bedrooms , .
Pupchbowl Street, 2 bedrooms
Wilder Avenue, 2 bedroonisl .
Pansacola Street, 2 bedrooms
Wilder Avenue, 3 bedrooms,
Wnlklkl, 4 bedrooms
Qnndall Lane, 3 bedrooms . . .
Ktnau Street, 3 bedrooms....
School Street, 3 bodroonut...
Lunalllo Street, 3 .bedrooms. .
Hates Street, 2, bedrooms...,
lieretanla Ave., 4 bedrooms . .
Mattock Ave., 2 bedrooms...!
Young street, 2 bedrooms...
Punahou, 3 bedrooms
Young Street, 4 bedrooms , .
Pacific Heights, 4 bedrooms.
Nuuanu Ave., 3 bedrooms...
Mano.i, 3 bedrooms
Sjiimk k $mM
communication with cither tho main
land or Honolulu during tho entlro
trip from San Francisco to this city.
The Importance of such communi
cation cannot be overestimated, it
lo u guarantee of safety for tho
ship's companj nnd n great conve
nience as well.
iv : -a & iY-
Tho band will play at Aula Park
this evening at 7 3D. Following Is I lid
Fanfare"On Parade" (now) llohm
(a) "Cuirassiers' Attack," (h) "Tho
Dispatch Hldcr" (now) . . .Kllenberg
Sketch "My Krln Forever" (new).
Waltz "Cupid's AnowB" (now) ..Colo
Vocal Hawaiian Songs ..or. by Merger
(a) "In SJiinimcr Tlmo Down by tbo
Sen" (now) Dowllng
(b) "Uy tho Watermelon Vino"
Mazurka "La TVslgano" (new).(lanno
March "Tho Forest King" tnv).
"Tho Stnr Spangled Dannor."
Kdltor Kvening Hullotln:
Let us have temperance and right
eousness, whatever tho cost. Future
exclusion of Japanese coolies wo aio
promised by .Act of Congress. Pres
ent exclusion of theso laborious al
iens wo have already by tho recent
decree of the Japanese Government
Now let us have prohibition nnd de
prive these hard-working Asiatics of
Sake, nnd they will return to Japan
Will It not be glorious? Our cano
fields will become taro patches, to ha
cultivated byho Industrious Ha
watlans. Our pineapple plantations
will bo transformed Into potato and
beet and radish fields, and wnall hut
abstemious farmers from tho main
land will labour In tho fields by day,
and attend teetotal meetings at
night, Our merchants will keep tho
Hankruptcy Court busy. Vlrtuq and
desolation will rclgjtrluniphnnt,
and I will nover bo out of a Job.
Temperatures 6 a. m., 07, 8 a. m.,
73; 10 n. in., 73; noon, 80; morning
minimum, 07. .
llcrnmotcr, 8 a. m. 30.07; absolulo
humidity, 8 a. in.,- fi.147 grnlus per
cubic foot, rolatlvo humidity, 8 n. m.,
70 per cent; dow point. 8 a. ni G2.
Wind C a. m., Velocity 3, direction
S.; 8 a. in., velocity 3, direction S. K.;
10 iu in., velocity 9, direction S. W.J
noon, velocity 5, direction S. W.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 u.
m.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours endod nt noon, 110 miles.
W.M 11 STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U S. Weather Iluroau
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only '
We havt two patterns in each of
the foLlowinc colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
30 inohes wide,
Ono of tho passengers who urrlvcd
In tho Siberia from tho States was
Major C. H. McKlustr tho engineer
of tho Twelfth Lighthouse District,
lie camo hero to familiarize himself
with tho conditions of lio local light
houses,. Tho construction of all tho
lighthouses comes properly Under his
Immediate charge Whllu Imro ho
will visit Kauai, Maul nnd Hawaii,
looking up the construction of nil
lighthouses there Tho, Maknpuu
lighthouse will bo Inspected and Major
McKlnstry said jestcrday that It
would ho tho most expensive llghl
house in tho world. Tho 10ns that
will bo used for tho Mnkranmi light
houso vvns on exhibition nt tho James
town exposition anil It was sent down
hero somo time ago.
Major McKlnstry will bo accompa
nied about tho Islands by Captain Ot
ST PATRICK'S DEM
Kdltor B v o n I n R Hullotln
Tho following I sent In to tho cd
Itor of tho Advertiser with n chal
lenge to Insert 11 In his columns. Hut
this gentleman, who In his own words
Is n cynical rcporlir ami who had the
oxtremo courage to drlvo away, as
P.itilck did thu siLikes. nil saints for
tho last Blxteen hundred years, lost
courago at tho last moment and fell
befoio mere onslaught or tho pen
Dear Sir; Under sour editorial en
titled "Patrick mill Oilier Saints" you
ridicule tho saints of tho Catholic
Church, and make fun of St. Patrick,
by handling with bis name ns If he
werc.Bomo everyday politician. You
say there are no contemporary saints
Hut how can u man In- Judged n saint
1111 after denth? W- aro all moilal
mill up to tho tlmo of our decease arc
liable to fall Into vnor It Is, thcio
fine, only after the death of a man
that It can bo ascertained If ho were
a saint or not. We nny sometimes,
however, find Indications of truo sane
llty In a mnn, which has often been
the case, nnd is to still, desplto jour
words to tho fnntrnrv Hut how can
j on, who belong to a religion that
never produced a mint ami had as Its
tniindcrs ranters, h.vpocrltus, and de
ceivers, presume to havo inner knowl
edge on tho 'duesllon? You sny jou
deduco nom legends lli.il Bt. Patrick
was not a imlrit but "n busy eon
tractor." Iiilfco doing you add Insult
to Injury, bytinaklug out tho Irish
not to know,lho(dlfference between a
holy man ami an' ordinary money mak
er. You taK) lip a subject about
which jou 'Mow' -nothing, and In rid
iculing pcrsodB of sanctity but show
vour Ignorant- bigotry.
Many non-Catholic writers, such as
Parkman, Pnlscott, and oven Macau
ley, have testified to tho holiness of
theso very men, mndo In sour article
tho butt of a ''cynical reporter." Thu
discussion of religious topics bhuuld
bo left to thoso who mako n study of
It. A doctor will make a mess of law
A lawver would havo poor results
with medicine, and In tho samo wav
an editor will liunglo with religion.
"Hach might his several province well
Would nil but stoop to what tliej
You say theso saints Imiioscd them,
solves ou tho thrifty. This Is clearly
but u lulsrepiusentalion of facts, ns,
whorovor the saints mado their abodu
huntlrods of willing pcoplo, consider'
Ing It not nn "Imposition hut n
great favor, would readily havo re
ceived them Again you say "tho. odor
of sanctity beenmo a by-word umimg
the clean. This no doubt had Its
origin from. "Iho frco schoolmaster
and tho Kjnlr.il lepoiter," but If any
truth can bu attached to It, all the
mote praise Is duo to men, who, for
penance and tho lovn of Clod would
subject themselves to such a condi
Hon. If this saying Is tho worst that
can bo brought against them, may wo
Catholics bo contented, nnd return
thanks to thu Almighty that never
has It been truly Imputed, ns U has
been to leaders of other sects, that
during that part of llfo for which our
saints merited their titles, their souls
were blemished with tho stain of Im
Yciiir criticism of "Patrick anil other
saints" recalls to my wind what Alex
ander Popo said of thoso who vvioto In
tbo samo strain
"Somo havo at (first for wits, then
Turned critics next, and pioved plain
fools at last."
All Irish Catholic.
Honolulu. March 18, '08.
Very Bhortly tho Tansau agency
will havo TatiBan "Splits" and Tansau
(lovomor Hughes of Now York sunt
to tho assembly a message declining
lo glvu the name, of tho alleged gamu
1er whoso recent letter Implied that
money would bo used lo prevent tho
enactment ot tho autl racetrack g-imh
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; prico $1,00.
HAWAHAN 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
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