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m Wiy 4 evening bulletin. Honolulu, t. h.. IiO.nday, march 23, 1908.
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THINK IT OVER.
"Wc don't expect the steamer to """''ncy than such an unielentlng foo
lay at the start, and It Is probably"' "nuor as Minefield,
ahead of the times, but the directors ! Hawaii Is fortunate In having
of the company felt that they owed '"adc a Tiend of Mr. Llttlellold. as
homcthltiB to the community. The " ' certain to remain a powerful
company has made Its money out of friend, though he does retlro from
it,, i.inmli ni.d thn i.hodIo uru en- Congress. If ho bu succeeded by Mr.
titled to something pretty good. Wo
nlso expect business t6 Increase on
account of the superior facilities nnd
This is the gist of remarks made
l.w .ILnAlnn nf lirt I t f nP.1 dl (I n (1
Slenn. Navigation Company when
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UlbCUKainK lliu tll'Uluui .intuitu !.
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The sentiment contains so much of
good sense and public spirit that wo
commend It to cltUens connected
with other transportation enter
prises that have made their best mon
ey out of the Hawaiian Islands.-
Think It over.
DEATH OP SENATOR BRYAN.
The death of United States Sena
tor llryan of Florida closes tho cs
leer of a man to whom tho futuro
teemed bright Willi possiuiimes
Mr. Ilrynn, when appointed to tnoery stC!uly nm, n Spienaia sea boat.
senate a snort lime ago to nu a u-
cancy causca uy .ocatn. nuracieu
country-wide notice on account of
his youth. He was tho youngest
-mnmlino rt t ll A itrientil Onrifltfl If Tint
uiciuuci u. .. ,..o..v v ., ..
the joungest ever Bent to the Upper
House. The Governor of Florida
when making the nppolntment made
.. n.n.nmn. rt ,lin httl n.lloi. rtf .til
U DiUiCl.IC.lL Wl HI- lll-l" .l V. u. ,.t.
trlottsm Mr. llrjan had shown In the
public affairs of his nativu State. The
young man. nlready a leading llguro
at home, bid fair to become equally
prominent In national legislative
His death will be widely mourned.
His life, though brief, wiisi.spleoill'lj
example for young America, -
Tho resignation of Congressman
Ltttlefleld from his seat inthe Ifouso
of Representatives nnd the candidacy
of Harold M. Sewall for the nomina
tion to succeed him arouses partic
ular Interest In Hawaii. Moth tho
men are well known to the peoplo of
the Islands and have been active
friends of Island Interests.
Llttlefield's withdrawal Is regret
ted, but not a gieat surprise to thoso
who knew him intimately. He has
given the best years of his life to his
native State at a great financial sac
rifice. A conviction that be has dono
his share is undoubtedly, the secret
of his action. Furthermore, Mr. Lit
tlelleld has had to carry the brunt of
a Very bitter fight In his district and I
tho center of the opposition has been
located In Mr. Sewall's home city,
although Sewall has been politically
friendly. The Hyde shipping Inter
ests of the city of Math, Me., have
warred on Llttlelleld and are Hup
posedly back of a newspaper kept up
for the purpose of "making it wnrm
for Charles." During the municipal
elections recently hold, the cities of
Hath and Kockland were carried by
the-Dcmocrnts. and there was every
Indication that a vigorous campaign j
was being made to discredit the chief i
Cohgresslonal temperance ndvocate
within the Republican party.
Sewall haB frequently been put
forward as Llttlofield'B successor but
has always refused to bo considered
nn activo candidate while Littictieid
desired to remain In office.
The prohibition State of Maine Is
r.ppaiently undergoing a great re
vulsion of feeling on the liquor ques
tion. The Democrats aro openly for
' resubmission" to the people of tho
prohibition amendment of tho Stnto
Constitution. One of tho candidates
for the Republican nomination as
Governor hns declared for "resub
mission" by the Republican party
and the other candldato has got
around It by announcing his allegi
ance to the referendum principle.
It Is a curious fact that while so
many other States are joining Uio
prohibition ,11st, .Maine, the 'homo of
tiio great prohibition movement, is
on the vorgo of returning to high li
cense. On the Congressional ticket,
Ter Six Month.., S flo
Ter Year, aii where In U S I.oo
Per Year, anywhere In Canada . I. Bo
Per Year tKtjuM( foreign 3.uu
I MARCH 23, 1008
Sewall can probably better meet the
i practical demands of successful can
Sewall. the Islands may still bo cer-
mm oi-nn entmnjnsuc supporter,
NEW BOAT TESTED
(Continued from Faze 1)
Tlie '' J card-room with Its
bar Is thoroughly modern. The lav-
ator es aro commodious and easy to
''e' ln,,1,B bc8t "?n tnry "ndltlon.
TB-bath-roc-iiu and shower appeal to
the old-ttmo lnter-tsland traveler as
almost too good to be true.
-This Is a combination of traveling
comforts that Ienv-llttlo to bo ask
e-. Hilt thero are more. With a
very 'few exceptions tho staterooms
are all ""deck-rooms, nnd a broad
promenade Is available to passengers
on thls.deck. This Is not nil. Abovo
Is the promenndo deck, where passen
Rerg may galn ng com,,icte a view as
the officer on tho bridge.
Anil finally, tho Mnumi Kea Is
unfortunntoly, man has not yet cro-
n(C( a stcamer that wln not rcapond
, a certBin c.tcnt to ocean swells.
The glzo of l)l0 Mauna Kea assisted
. .. 1
i,y me extra large nugo Keeis- re-
,mccg rolng ani ,,itchlng to tho
Tho guOTtl of tho company who
WlrelCBS telegraph brings the
news that on last Saturday night,
March 21st, lava rose in the pit GU
feet. This lako of lire Is now within
20(5 feel at the surface nnd tho re
jection Is visible at Illlo, Uu miles
distant. This Is the most active dem
onstration of Kllauca'slnce January
of 1907 and" the opportunity to wit
ness It should not be missed.
Leaving Honolulu In the splendid
new Inter-lsland Steamship "Mauna
Kea" tomorrow (Tuesday) noon, ono
may spend two nights and a day at
the Volcano House, returning by
same stcamer next Saturday morn
ing. Fare for the round trip. Including
hotel accommodations, etc., $42.00.
For full particulars inquire of
Bungalow on Pacific Heagts. .$1050,
Four homes in Punanou District,
$2900., $4500., $4750., and $3100.
Building lots in Manoa Valley, $800.
Corner Fort and Merchant 8ta.
The Country Club
A fine lot for sale on
Wyllfo Btreet; r min
utes' walk from Coun
try Club. In best res
idence section; Una
marine and mountain
view. Near car line.
Call nnd lot us show
the property. Bargain.
Spunk wk 6afi
HUL.il- w ' .- '
left the city Saturday night made up
a very representative nnd equally
congenial crowd. Tho Maunn Kea
can accommodate 14C In her state
looms, bo President and Manager
Kennedy was the only man who tool)
"deck passage." Arrived off Knuai
Saturday morning, fifty or moro Ka
uai peoplo were taken nboard, and
with u passenger list of fully two
hundred tho ship was not "crowded."
There wns room for all.
The departure from Honolulu wns
"like tho Alameda going out." The
wharf was crowded with friends, nnd
those curious to sco tho now boat.
The band was out and played all tho
legulatlon tunes except "Auld Lang
Syne." There wns a Blight delay out
rldo to adjust tho Bteerlng gear nnd
tho good ship headed for Kauai.
The weather was perfect and the
sea comfortable, though lumpy
enough to furnish n basis of compar
ison between the old nnd the new
boat. Tho notable feature across tho
channel and tho wholo trip. In
fact, wns tho very small number of
The stcamer arrived oft Makawcll
early in the morning nnd took on
board the first of tho Kauai contin
gent. It then proceeded to Nnwlll-
wlll where two goad sized boat loads
of Kauai peoplo camo aboard.
From Nnwlllwlll, tho tour of tho
coast began. It wns a beautiful trip.
Tho recent week of rain nnd tho per
fect weather made a combination that
showed tho ''garden Island" off at Its
best Tlio coloring or thq Nnpail cliiTs
was sqch nB may ho seen only ic--i
slonally in a llfu ,tlmo. Tho wntt-r
lalls we'd running ut full capacity, nnd
every sprig of green ,that could soften
tho Jnggpd rocks or tint tho variegated
earth, was tn-cvldence.
Whllo traveling along this section
toward the sand lots of Mann, Senator
Knudscn and Manager Falrchlld
formed a hollow square around Secre
tary Mott-Smlth and discussed without
prejudice some features of the land
problems on Kaunl with which they
have coma In contact.
At Mnkawcl! tho first section of tho
Kauai tourists wcro set ashoro and
nbout G o'clock tho remainder of tho
Kauai contingent landed at Nawlll
will. At this port tho Btenmer re
mained at anchor until nbout 9 In the
evening. Tho evening waB pleasant
nnd tho wntera of tho harbor very
smooth. After a splendid dinner the
mnjorlty of tho guests assembled on
tho piomennde deck and enjoyed n
concert by Knal's orchestra, which
had furnished music nt intervals
throughout tho day, Messrs. Carter
and Duchley occupied tho spare mo
ments by collecting fifty cent pieces
that will bo used to purchase a clock
for tho social hall a present from
tho ship's guests.
During tho dinner hour Georgo W.
Smith proposed n vote of thanks to
tho Inter-Island company, which was
carried with a resounding "Ayo."
President nnd Mnnagcr J. A. Kcnnody
called upon to speak for tho company,
said there wns nothing to sny. The
weather had not boon prepared by tho
company, but ho was pleased to know
tho guestB had enjoyed themselves. W.
O. Smith, when called upon, gavo a
brief sketch of tho dovolopment of tho
Inter-lsland steamer service within tho
memory of thoso on board. n
Tho trip to Honolulu wns without
Incident. Tho sea was smooth nnd
with easy nteamlng tho bout docked
at nbout 7 o clock Sunday morning.
Three limty o-nrs wero.glon by tho
passengers before thoy debarked.
For Your Next Evening Down.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following colors :
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE:
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
38 inches wide,
A UL.UIIai a "-'
Crwolena I Boon ta AUhmallcs.
Don It not cra lnor tdeillle to biratlw In
em,lj lor dUuuoa ol tho brtlliln ors"i "
la Uko tli. romnlr Into tbo loincU?
Crctalrno turn dmhm " '. trader
Itrmiglr ntlie!tlc, I. rarrlnl OTtr ll dl.ra
.uil.i. llh ot.ir br.ilh, siting r-rolinuHl M
contunt trrotmrnt. 11 M Intnlunnln to mothtn
witn until cuiuren.
Tho of n Con
will Sod tmmedLta rollof.
from CoUf til or lnnnmed
Condition of the thro.u
Send pott.l for de
JtJO Vnlton Street,
Jool Cohen has n kick. It's all about
tbo way tho imtrons of tho Orpheuin
reserve tickets for the various per
formances. "A man will call nt the
box office," said .loo, "nud nsk for Itli
tickets for beeral illercnt nights. Af
ter we sunrcli through tho long piles
of UcUcIb, ki oping an Its ".tleiu crowd
waiting for half an hotr , K will hand
them back nnd say 'that's all right
I'll call for them later. I only wanted
Faitlif ul Watch ?
When it commences to lag
a little, it needs attention.
Don't expect too much of its
wonderful mechanism. It,
needs oil and cleaning just
the same as any other piece
When out of order bring
your watch to us for compe
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Hawaiian Office Speciair
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I ffraMlt1.l 17 . I
I 1 Ti
irr mi' fai '.. in ,m VtmMimMlikmii,
trouble to have them sharpened.
Sharpener that sharpens and sharpens
up 143 and have us send you one on
.o nee If they wero hero". Now Isn't I
flint iivnuiwirittlm Tlinn ivlir.n 1i., 1
comes back we have tn lepoat ho
Ivielwvln 4lill1lf fillinie ttr-illttn fill-fit fit
, tickets and fall to call for them, after
wo hnvu held them In good faith and
hnvo Irid to disappoint other custom-
As a result of his troublo Joe, whoso
natural dlspo.-ltiou Is genial nnd snill-
t.ta, ..,. ..-.in.n .. ,ui.i-ilit,1 lllillf ulllfl I
iiifi, .n,. nuuin . "ni, .....I.. ...i.b..
he probably wpn't loso until after the)
"I -wish you would nsK llio pumic,
yes, entrt-at tho public, to please gel
posscrslou of nil tickets they hnvo re
nerved," continued Joe. "They'll re
lievo us of n tremendous lot of woik
i.ud iwolil confusion. Tho peoplo hnvo
mi Idia of tho troublo wo nfo caused
by holding tickets up to tho last mln
iutf or they wouldn't do It. Just put
P Hue In the paper to that effect," con
eluded Joe, "and jou'll oblige mo. And
lay that posituciy no ticKeis win ut
lielil utter 8 o'clock, the night of tho
play, for anybody."
fP,-ilim!Al frnm Prio-,. 1
places and In high places," answered
Prosecutor Drown, "but It must bo
stopped, and I hopn that tho pollco
will bilng up ovcryouo who does
"They start with the poor people,"
"It Is a matter of Indifference to
I he Court whether society or otll-
clals of tho exccutlvo or judicial
branch gamble," said Judgo,Andrnde.
"I1 don't cnmblc. Thoso society peo
ple nnd ofllclnls who do gamble taho
tho samo chances ns theso defend
ants. What IntcrutB tho Court in
particular Is the stopping of profev
tlonal gamblers, such as Ah Sam.
ThP30 nre the men who corrupt oth-
Our 1908 Easter Cards
Wc are now displaying one of the
handsomest lines of Easter cards
this season that has ever been of
fered to' the trade. These are cut
out crosses in a variety of shapes,
decorated with spring flowers, an
gels, and illuminated texts. The fol
ders arc shown in many styles ex
quisitely colored and designed. One
of the daintiest is a scrifis of ten de
signs with delicate green borders
and green palm leaf cross with a
few flowers in the center. The in
scriution inside is nrintcd in colors
Among the novelties there are cut-
'out rabbits that have moving eyes
.and also a large hen sitting on a
basket with holes in it, behind
which is a moving card showing
chickens peeping out through the
hole?. Among the cunningest cards
for the children are little cut-out
chicks all dressed in their Easter
Out-of-town customers would do
well to order early.
Thos. G. Thrrnn.
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Tho Couit then found ho bunch
guilty, Ah Sam, thto Japanese with )
the Chinese nnmo, who Is a well
known professional, was lined $25
.mil costs, five of tho others were lin
ed 20 and costs, and tho rest J9 ami
It Is asserted that Mrs. Thcodoio
Roosevelt Is unalterably opposed to a
third term as President for her hus
band. MATINEES WEDNESDAYS
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