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EVMN1N0 KTJLLKTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., mi DAY, MA11C1I 20, l'JOS.
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n mvchhI ilmn nutter
MARCH 20, 1908
The inier-Island Compani Rinnan- ImIIiiI (it tlio pilm.irica im uhlc'i
tecs the weather as well an It- new cadi oter in.it express Ills prefer-
10at x clue nil wmi in natc iinij mo m
.i i , iiuencc or a straw oic aim not ncc-
Stock-booni for Ilnniilulir '1 he Ohs.irll.v bind the Territorial conen-
town l Iiorror-Btrleken at the ' tlon or Its ilelcRites to Chicago. It
timncht while It la short of cash, 'would ho iul;hty IntcrcitltiB, uml,
n- i ... , nmoiiK other thliiKs, feno to promote
"Sugar Is roIiik too high " III , llio principle anil practise of the ill-
ou cter sec Honolulu when It didn't icct prlruar . In which the .Hcpub-
tec somo clouil behind the sliver llii-lin-an p.uty Is pledged.
nR7 I Such a plan carried out, will gain
. r a direct expiesslon from the people
There arc somo stock-boom culdrs i !Vfter careful thought and Intelligent
whom the public will not follow. The tlziiig-tiH of the situation. To force
trail Is too heally blazed by 12x- Presidential Instructions through to
perlcncc. ! night, when there Is enough of local
' political business to transact, would
Hank of England discount nt three be n mstnuc.
per cent ought to make the prosper-
Itj-waxc preachers absolutely ccr- H0 XAFT RESOLUTIONS
tain of their ground
vrr. rr T
Sjwrf; mk LoM
Hac ou Insured your house
hold effects ugnluat loss by tiro?
Morris Lane, Zxucdrooms $ Jfi.00
runchhowl, 2 bedrooms 8.00
Llllha Street, 2 bedrooms . . . lC'.OO
Luunlllo Street, 2 bedrooms . . 15,00
runchhowl Street, " hedropms 18,10
Wilder Avenue, 2 bedrooms.. 18.00
1'cnsncoln Street, 2 bedrooms 2O,'0O
Wilder Avenue, 3 bedrooms. 20.00
Wniklkl, 4 bediooms 20.00
Qnndall Lane, 3 bedrooms ... 22.00
Klnntt Street, 3 bedrooms..,. 25.00
School Street, 3 bsdrooms... 30.00
Lunalllo Stieet, 3 bedrooms.. 35.00
Hates Strcot, 2 bedrooms.... 40.00
llcrctnula Ave,, 4 bedrooms . . CO.OO
Matlock Ave., 2 bedrooms. . .(30.00
Young Street, 2 bedrooms.... 30.00
Puliation, 3 bedrooms 35.00
loung Street, 4 bedrooms ... 3D. 00
Pacific Heights, 4 bedrooms.. .10.00
Nuunnu Ave., 3 bedrooms.,,, CO.OO
Manoa, 3 bedrooms 7G.00
fount limk hoM
The men who cron, io uic "corner of A,akca and Beretania,
the contentions will probably llnil .r:V4i, Pr.-inrt'fVntml
themselves too bus to go to a pro
clnct meeting tonight.
(Continued from Pase 1
Precinct Central Fire
Republican precinct meting! u-
night Attend for no other feniii
than to gain the habit of taking part
In tho affairs of government.
New York Democrats are lltio Ha
waii Iicpubllcnna The want to
hold their delegation otes In such
shape that they may he used In tho
manner that "seems most advisable."
Ninth .Precinct -Residence of
-IChas. Booth, Pauoav -
Seventh Precinct Kalihi Camp.
Eighth Precinct Residence of Sam
Macy, Oulick avenue. ,
Ninth Precinct Residence of D.
Kaina, Kaina lane, Palama.
I Tenth Precinct Residence of A.
Eeleventh Precinct Small hall
mauka of School, between Liliha and
Nuuanu: Ewa of bridge.
Attention of the World Is
Now Centered on
Photographs and Maps of
the Bay and its surround
ings will appear in SAT
Also the Pennsylvania's
victorious gun crew.
Also the Bulletin corre
spondent's views of SMALL
FARMING on MAUI.
Latest and Most Complete
Social News and ALL the
Get 14L Pages
Here's hoping that Prcar. Mott
Smlth, Carter, and Atkinson don t
pose as anything other than Taft
men. when It comes to figuring wTTaV vmi TlfiRIl n h A
they would vote In a National con- XiaveyOU. 06621 TO HU6
I'rohlbltlonlsts might try their
local-option resolutions In tho p.uty
trlmarles. That would bo iy (ar
test, and might save an nttcpiul Jrt
browbeat or threaten members oT-tlic
Honolulu has been talking of tho
limitations placed upon the Fleet by
the small harbor and so forth. The
map's and photographs of Magdalena
Hay that will appear In tomorrows
11 it 1 1 c 1 1 n will Bhow that nlthough
wo arc small compared with San
Tranclsco, we hao a glorious haven
when lined up with the present stop-plng-placo
of the fleet.
Abo Hummel gets out of Jail co
Incident with Madam Gould's arrival
In New York and tho announcement
that Miss Klklns may become. Her
Kojal Highness of Italy. While mat
ters of such grave Importance nro on
the boards, tho public has no 1 1 mo
to think of tho financial situation or
Congress or anything else that hus
to do with tho healthy moral devel
opment of tho Nation.
Don't let anyone dissuade you from
The trip can be made in 4 days, and
costs only $42.60.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Resolutions in the precinct clubs
tonight to Instruct Hawaii's del -gates
to tho National convention for
Taft or any other Presidential can
didate, are likely to do mora harm
than good. It will ho an attempt to
force the situation and would, fur
thermore, evidence mighty poor
Judgment on tho part of Tnft's
It Is true thnt tho precinct clubs
have a perfect right to pass resolu
tions on any subject. Theto clubs
are tho units of tho wholo party or
ganization and so far as nn cxpies
ilon of opinion is concerned theyii.ro
a law unto themselves.
If any resolutions on tho National
nominee aro put through they will
he tho result of a still hunt and
email attendance of selected men,
Tho geneial tentlment of tho par
ty voters Is agalnnt ,i pledge at this
time, and there Is no doubt that It u
fair-sized representation wcro to at
tend tho meeting this ovonlng, tho
policy of "hands off for tho present"
would provnll by nn overwhelming
majority. Wo uro inclined to think
such will bo the caso anyway, but it
would bo a very appropriate move
lor tho usual "stay-at-homes" to
como out tonight and mako the bb
surnnco suro. ,
If tho enthusiasts on' Presidential
candidates want nn expression direct
from the people, it will bo unite pro
per for them to arrange for a spoclal
PUNAH0U DISTRICT: Very dc
sirable home, consisting of lot 75x95
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, $22.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Emma Street $24.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
King Street $15.00
Kewalo Street $22.60
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
Corner Fort and Merohant Sti.
Twelfth Precinct Kct Fui Kong
Association building, Kukui street,
mauka of St. Louis College.
Thirteenth Precinct Iwilci, near
It Is oxpected lhat generally tho
meetings tills evening will bo quiet
niul harmonious. Tlicro will probably
bo some trouble, as usual, In tho
"lighting Seventh" of tho fifth is
trlct, where Sam Knlama and Solomon
uro slated to have n duel, and In tho
Twelfth of tho Fifth, whero It Is re
ported that some of the haolcs mej
try to break away mini Ilcnulc Zah
I a 1 1 . who has for some years p.ist been
In power there.
It wns reported that VA Tovvso
would start n batllo In tho Second of
tho fifty by trying to get through
some resolutions under which the del
egates from that pieclnct would ,bo
bound to voU) for a delegation In
structed In favor of Taft at tho com
ing convention, but Tnwso denies thtrt
ho has any such intention.
"I certainly shall not do m," said
Tovvi-o when seen about the matter.
"Ilvon though I nm personally very
much In favor of sending an Instruct
ed delegation an utilustructod dele
gation will bo much like a yellow dog
and I nm much In favor of Taft. I
have tho personal assurance of Taft
lliut ho will bo tho friend of tho Tor-
rltoiy fn ovory way, and I think that
jou may say ns much for (Jovernor
Frear, as ho Is known to have stated
that ho had a similar nssurar.cv"
A L. C. Atkinson was also bellovod
to bo boosting the Idea of a Taft In
structed delegation, but ho states that
ho Is ugalnbt sending nn Instructed
"What wo want to work for this
car Is to have Hawaii given six del
egates to tho convention. That Is a
thing which will benefit us In tho fu
turo. What wo ought to do Is to mako
every effort to secure six delegateb
ond, I say It baldly, trado our strength
to tho man who can do most for us In
tho way of securing that for us.
"Personally I um In favor of Theo
ioro Iloosovclt, but next to him I
favor Tn. This talk that Taft Is In
imlcnl to Hawaii Is nonsense. No
matter what his nttltudo is on the
Philippine) tariff question, ho has stat
oil that ho will glvo Cubi back her
liberty, mid tho man who will put
Cuba boy Ond tho tariff wall will do
more for the Hawaiian Biigar Interests
than any other man, and tho Philip
plno question dwindles down to n
mere nothing In comparison."
It Is general talk that tho sugar
men uro opporcd to Tnft on account
of his Philippine nttltudo, nnd more
particularly for tho dressing uovvn
which ho Is reported to havo given
Judge Hatch as the representative ol
tho planters at Washington, but in
sugar clrcloH this dressing novvn is
said to bo purely Imaginative, and
fiovcrnor Carter Is giver tho credit
for having originated tho statement
that Hawnll was plavlng tho dog in
tho manger with her opposition to
freo Philippine sugar, and Taft Is
meiely credited with acquiescing.
START WORK FOR
Japanese Merchants Are Thinking of
Forming, Promotion Committee
Of Their Own.
Automatic Peneil Sharpener
A. Hume, folds Japanese park
Idea was tho principal topic nt tho
meeting of tho Piomntlon Committee,
jestcrday afternoon, the matter be
ing Intioduced b the following let
ter: ' 'Honolulu, Hawaii,
March I!), lilOS.
Mr. II. P. Wood. Sccietary, Hawnll
Promotion I'ouimlttee, Honolu
lu Dcnr Sir: I find that I shall not
lo'!ible"tbwl7o"jife-cnl nt'tho liiecllnu
this uftornoou, lis tho surf ,s R00'1
iiiid (he 'Ausfrnllait children will bo
there, so I think It Important thut
Hie public does' not mlas this inovtng
Will yon explain o Mr. ShcVH.tlio
ciiuso of iny niisenco and introduce
Jiltn to the .committee? Ho nnd his
Japanese IplIowlilgihAvo done splen
did work iuijiuepacltig lor n Japan-rso-Hawallan
Can't you authorize him to net ns a
tort of chnlrnpiu of this .Jnpaneso
committee and go ahead nnd get
them Interested? They can do so
rnuch. , - ,
I havo seen tho property owners,
representing nioro than three
fourths, of the park site of tho Nun
r.nu stream. They aro all willing to
help the paik matter along, and I
nm .lino Mr. Shcba and his Japanese
friends can do tho rest. He will have
nil tny heaity co-opcratlon unci that
otnany of tho leading citizens ol
Thanking jou for jour many cour
tesies, I remain.
. A. II. POIU).
Willard H lliovvn spoko stiongly
In favor of tho scheme, and recom
mended tho appointment of a special
tommtttco to net 111 unijunction with
tho Promotion Qommlltco mid the
improvement clubs in handling the
matter. P. L, Waldron was appoint
ed us such a committee lo tako It up
with the Central Improvement Club.
S. Shcba Mid thnt u number of 'lit
lluentlal Japanese wcro icady to aid
tho park plan. Ho tstutcd fuither
that the Japanese, business men wcro
thinking of forming n promotion
commlttop In oidor Hint they might
do their share of Hawaii's promotion
Two extra knives free of charge.
"No ivoxChlo to have sharpened.
The Sharpeuei that sharpens and sharpens well.
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Hawaiian Office Specialty Co,, L-td
Hypodermic Injections of U scrum
similar to that used In tho tieatment
of diphtheria aro being successfully
employed In scarlet fover cases In
Now York, according to doctors In
hospitals on tho Hast Hide, It has
been employed with gintlfylng ro
eults In both (lei many nnd franco.
UI I 111 I
um Mil ii
If the contention of the Uapl 1 Tear.
Bit Co. is right, the ("i!h oi tho tun
tt'm n iv not .chiclus within the mean
ing of tho statute foroul ling htedlcPri
ditvlng, ami Hip' oriplriv s or the
company cannot bo pro-acicd tliotv
This contention was advanced tills
mornlfig In the' Pollco Court 1S I). L.
Wltlitimtim, who appeared us attomev
for Motorman lilackstnfl. who was
charged with heedloas ililvlng, In that
Ids car inn Into an old Hawaiian on
King BtifCt near Llllha .1 few dajs
ago. Withtiigtnn in evented a nuimir
icr on tho mounds that tin complaint
charged no offense against the Inwt
of tho Tonltory, nnd fuithormore thai
tho speed of tho cars was ii'giilutcil by
ipcclal net A ltapld Transit car was
not n vehicle within the moaning in
tho statnto, ho said, and ho pioducoil
authorities onjhe point
Prot-ocutor Ilicran pointed out thnt
tho chuigo had nothing lo do Willi tin
late of speed of the car Willi leg.lld
to the other point he 'i t Uiilv tliniiglil
that n car was a v vhlt lu, but he hi I
not looked up any authorities on the
point. Ho pointed out that If With
Ingtim'a point was decided In hit fa
or. tliuio would ho nlwiliilelv no w.iv
of pios.ecullng the enr i-inplojocH foi
"It would certalnlj ostnhllhh a vei,
bad precedent to decldo that u fctret l
car can lu opiated heodlesslj v.l.h
out ii'spoiislbllity under criminal stat
ute." '-aid Judge Anilrnile. "I think
that the point Is to impoitant that I
had bolter take the question under ad
'Ihls was dmio ami llio cat.e was
continued until next We lueml-ij .
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Vc mo now displaying one of the
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