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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rj ( Editorial Rooms, - 185
ei'lBusiness Office, - 256
Entered at the roaloftice at Honolulu
at itrcond claim muter.
TUESDAY MARCH 24, 1908
It Isn't so much a matter or clean
ing the town tin It Is a constant guar
antee that It be kept clean.
Ten-cent bleachers for tho bojs?
The baseball ntanacement shouTd
not hesitate a moment. Make It n
The Stock Uxchanpe records no
boom. Tnese sales arc only pur
chases for Investment by high-minded
gentlemen possessing the price.
Get tho young men In line with
the Fleet reception committee work
el i. The older men will have to put
up the money.
Charles E. Llttlellcld will feel very
rad when he learns from Honolulu
that after a few weeks' stay In Ha-(
wall he lined up with tho corpora
You may take It for granted that
tho Cuban sugar crop has fallen far
short of the estimate and tho prlro
of sugar will be limited only by the
rlze of what Is known as the "Invis
Admiral Very's departuro from
this station Is generally regretted,
but we shall know that he will bo
forever working for I'earl Harbor In
whatever part of tho world tho de
partment may locate him.
'Don't omit the primary Voto whe
ther you have nominated the required
number of delegates or not. He
member that any flaw In tho clec
tjon of delegates to tho Territorial
convention may Injure the standing
of delegates to tho National Conven
tion. FOR A CLEAN TOWN.
The success of most any movement
depending on public support depends
largely on the ability of Us promo
ters to select the moment' when tho
people arc in a temper to respond
the, psychological moment.
A better time could not bo chosen
to vitally Interest the peoplo In keep
ing' Honolulu clean.
'I'ruc-tho city is not particularly
dirty. It Is also truo that a city
toon to entertain twenty thousand
guests should make a Bpeclal effort
to have every sidewalk, every alley,
eyfcry back-yard and every front
jafd spick-and-span clean.
This Is the best guarantee the
City of Honolulu can have that tho
visit of tho Fleet In July will bo a
March 25th Is nono too early to
start tho work and each day there
after Bhould mark Boine good work
ATTACK ON STEVENS.
The attempt to assasslnato Coun
sellor Stevens furnishes an example-
of the Oriental method of settling
problems. Fortunately, It has gono
bo far out of date that It Is not fre
quently brought Into action.
Mr. Stevens was associated with
Marquis Ito In tho preliminary work
of .establishing a stable government
for, Korea. The task was a most dif
ficult one and the Korean mini),
which tnc public has not had cause
to 'greatly respect, w'as stirred to tho
Impotent bo far as self-government
is concerned, the Korean re
rehtcil the suzerain power. Forced
to accopt this authority, ha bees no
otbpr way out than to assasslnato
the man or men whom ho holds re
sponsible. It is probablo that Ito has bcon
frequently marked for assassination
by some fanntlc of tho stripe that
made the attempt on Slovens' life.
Minister Hoshl, former Japanese
Ambassador to America, was kll'ci
by, a Japanese fanatic acting under
o. belief that Hoshl was an enemy of
his country. So the danger Is by no
means ono uncommon to tho publi
cists of the Orient.
"The death of Mr. StevonB at this
p.irjlcular.timo would bo a great In
ternational calamity. He is needed
nsliovor lioforo by America and Ja-pflti.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Ter Six Months. S .Ho
rer Year, anywhere I n US I.oo
Per Year, nhere in CanaJa. . . I. no
Per Year poittpaiil, foreign 3.oo,
Keep your e)e on the farmers It
;iou would know of the future pios
pcr'lty of the country.
During the recent llnanclnl crisis
great confidence was expressed In
the ability of tho country to "pull
out" because tho farmers had en
joyed large crops that were selling
at a good -price. Tho importance of
the men who gain their living from
the soil was fully appreciated.
Now that tho pulllng-out process
is still under way, tho country con
tinues to view the future of the
farmer ns tho determining factor of
prosperity or hard times.
Hero Is tho suggestion as It comes
from one of tho keenest writers ol
Farmers are beginning to plant
the new crops nnd'a round-up of
tho situation shows that they
hold 20 per cent, less of grain
and cotton than they did a year
ago, when measured In bushels,
but that tho rcscrvo In farmers'
hands has a market valuo of
practically $1, 000,000, 000., which
Is what tho hold-over of last year
was worth at this time. This
means that the country Is In, no
condition to stnnd a crop failure
and It will bo well for Wnll
Street enthusiasts to keep an eye
on the farmer and tho weather
while bulling Mocks.
It Bhould bo a source of great com-
Wireless telegraph brings tho
news thai on last Saturday night,
March 21st, lava rose in tho pit GO
feet. This lake of 'lire Is now within
200 feet of tho surfaco and tho re
flection is vlslblo at Hllo, 30 miles
distant. This is tho most actlvo dem
onstration of Ktlauea slnco January
of 1907 and the opportunity to wit
ness It should not be missed.
Tho A-l Steamship "CLAUDINU"
will leave Honolulu Friday, March
27th, at G o'clock p. m. for the Vol
cano. For full particulars inquire of
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
Bungalow on Pacific Heagts. .$1050.
Four homes in Funahou District,
$2900., $4600., $4750. and $3100.
Building lots in Manoa Valley, $800.
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
7VJaaaaaaaaaH"" ,Tm ff
Thfe Country Club
A fine lot for sale on
Wyllle Btrect; G min
utes' wnlk from Coun
try Club. In best res
idence section; lino
marine and mountain
view. Near car line.
Call and let us show
tho property, llargaln.
qL font UJqmUm
fort to tho people of Hawaii that the
sreat agricultural Industry of these
Islands is certain to take off a good
crop this year and another Is due
ff x- .'
MIL NEWS HERB
III TERSE PARAGRAPHS
President Hooscvclt has met anotltj
tr setback In tho Senate He will bo
renttcstod to withdraw tho nouilna
Hon of O. A. Portor, n cousin of Mrs.
ltoo?eelt, for marshal of wiBtcrii
Oklahoma. Porter held tho position
when Oklahoma was a territory and
pimrirns wero made ucalnst him.
Passing of tho llo and a bloodless
encounter between Tom Mugce nnd
Tim Sullivan enliven tho proceedings
of tho San Francisco Republican
Eloping rector sajrs Jcro Knodo
Cooke Is dead; ho is llalcom, Florctta
Whnley's husband, nnd bIio says she
is the happiest of women. Florcttn
Whalev. tho clrl with Cooke. Is stlr-
Ircd to depths of mother love by tho
offer of tho unfrocked rector's wifo
to tako her baby boy.
President Martel of the San Fran
cisco Market Street Dank has sub
mitted plan to resume operations, to
tho Hank Commissioners nnd will put
tho matter before creditors.
Message of wclconto from psoplo
of San Francisco flashed by wireless
to tho Fleet at Magdalcna liny.
San Francisco Supervisors aro to
tall special bond election for May 11
to vote on $1S,200,000 issue.
Claim of San Francisco Japaneso
bathhouse owner was Bottled out or
court by payment of $IG0 by tho
Ready for bnttlo at moment s no
tice. Bays Admiral Evans of condition
Tho House .Committee reports for
tifications bill carrying $8,310,011,
War Department's estimates being
pruned nearly $30,000,000.
La Folletto to lead Hearst's ticket
as nomlneo for President, Is state
ment credited to Senator Aldrich.
Former Senator IJutler of South
Carolina tells of his connection with
tho torpedo-boat company now un
Oakland, Uerkclcy nnd Alameda
dvic bodies aro to meet on consoli
Santa Cruz Grand Jury will prob
r.bly Indict several for cutting tho
big Ilasln redwoods.
Uryan gives his Idea of bank law;
says silver Is no longer an Issue, and
declares for more Trust enactments.
Olrls drnw straws for San Fran
cisco jnting man, who demands prct-ty-Detawaro
brldo with $2000.
Chlncso diplomat, Insulted by bor
der Inspectors, now spurns America.
Woman is attacked by thug in
fnshlonnblo San Francisco Btrect In
front of M. II. do Voting's house.
Rev. B. P. Dennct attacks court
and political system tit State in sor
mou of bitter rebuke.
Cleanup of Day Cltlo3 Wntor Com-
For Your Next Evening Gown.
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;
36 inches wide,
pnny was to have been $3,000,000,
according to Huef's confession to Do-
leetle V. J. Hums, who h.ijh Ituof
anil Schmitz were to hnvo received
Itcprcscutntlvo Ilurton presents
minority report of Committee on
Finance anil Hanking, condemning
Iho Fowler currency bill.
Southern Senators summoned to
testify liT submarine bout scandal.
II. Mortimer W'llsoff, guest at St
Francis, arrested with his wife,
charged with foiglng the nnmo of
Governor (Juitls .1. Otilhl Jr. ot.Mas
rnchuscttH to n falsely certified check
for $1000. Wilson Is wanted by tho
ollce of six Kastern cities.
Admissions forced from Southern
Pacific ofllclals on stand show how
tho railroad discriminated.
Admiral Swinburne's squadron re
turns to San Francisco fiom Mngtbt
Irnn Hay and his ships will bo re
tired from the service to rcleaso offi
cers nnd men for tho battleships.
Colonel Edwin Kmcrson, managing
editor of the Ftesnti Herald, resigns
because ho is ordered to aid grafters,
ltlchmond P. Ilobson tells of ef
fort mndo to bribe him nt investiga
tion into affairs of sttbmarlno boat.
Ilnrry Thaw's wife hlnts-nt horrors
in his llfo. vhlili alto will reveal it
her stilt for dhorcc is opposed.
Stockholders of tho Union Pacltlc
demand that stilt be brought nt once
to make K. II. Hurrtmnn disgorge
Motion to create pension list of re
tired voluntcciH falls to pass the
Hotibo Committee on Military Af
fairs. Utiu & Co. report Improvements
each week In business over tho
Dr. Illuo's report on the San Fran
cisco plague situation wilt say that
Imnu-dlatu danger of outbreak Is
The Chinese Ihnperor bends a ller
I'cloy alumnus over to study Amcit
run finance and buy paper-money
Harry Thaw's mother breaks down
under tho strain of saving her son's
life nnd Buffers paralysis of the left
Warships and rtoops will bo sent
to brinK Castro to his senses If nctlon
In asphalt claims Is longer delayed.
r Tho Japanese Government iin-
taiths a fraudulent passport manu
factory at Aomorl.
A San Francisco wife, shot by hus
band, rcftiBcs to testify, hut sister's
testimony Bends him to Jail.
Mrs. Martin, alleged dynamite
fiend, gctsiperntlsslon to Binakc cigar
in cell and' puds In bliss.
Annto Kelau applies for n dlvorc
from her husband Knlcllahclani Kelau.
complaining that ho deserted her moio
than four years ago and slnco that
tlmo has not nrnvldcd for her Hiintiort.
Tho llbcllant lives In Honolulu anld
tho llboltca is now at Kalalau, Kauai.
Desertion and non-support Is-also
tho ground of complaint of Aen In her
stilt for dlvorco from Keawo Tho ic
turn of tho libel was mndo today.
t" c- a - 3
Temperatures C a. in., tlU: S a. in.
ft; 10 a. in., 71; noon, 70; morning
Uaromoter, 8 n. m 30.02; ahsoltito
humidity, 8 it. in., 7.102 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m.,
79 per cent; dew point, 8 a. ni., 07.
Wind ii n. in., velocity fi, dlrcctlifli
H.; 8 a. in., velocity X, direction IC;
10 a. m.. velocity 12, direction S. K.j
noon, velocity 12, direction S. IC.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
in., .08 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 191 miles.
WM. Ii. STOCKMAN.
Section Dlroctor, U. S. Weather Bureau
Tseng Hal, tho new Chlncso Consul,
paid his first ofllclal call on Governor
Frcnr this morning. Ho was unaccom
Faithful Watch ?
When it commences to kg
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.
WE have a stock .of Asparagus this season
that people have been neglecting because it was
too expensive. So we have lowered the prices for a
Clearance Sale. The very best 'Silvei3 Crest'
Large White, 50c: Reduced to 35 per tin
Medium ,45c; Reduced to 30 per tin
Large Green, 45c; Reduced to 30c per tin
Medium 40o; Reduced to 25 per tin
AeparagrasTips,35o; Reduced to 25 per tn
Henry May & Co., Ltd
for m HI.
Chairman Zeito K. Moyers of the
Committee on l'nrks, Streets nnd
I lib lie Works, Civic Federation of
Honolulu, has written a ( letter to
the Hill lot In li which tlio fol
At a meeting of this committee,
held recently. It was suggested that
wo should follow up the matter of
rloan sticcts and Fldewalhs, and, If
possible, continue Hit; agitation for
u clean cllj.
It now seems an exrcllent time to
commence this v.-nrh again, as with
tho coming of tho Fleet It should bo
mi easy matter to get people Inter
ested. Knowing tho excellent re
mits that followed tho publicity glv
(ii tho Improvement woil; by tho
press of Honolulu winiotlnio ago, we
aro now In hopes thnt tho daily pa
pers will again unite In taking tip
this matter, and wo aio sure tho ro-t-iilts
will be as satisfactory ns on tho
The Vi;tim of Brink
Drink first deal toys nmbltiun;
breaks up tics of friendship; It Kills
.tnd buries lovo and eventually des
troys tho family lite. I
Drlng cunningly destroys the will
power, and while the drunkard wants
to do what you loll him, ho wnntB a
thousand times more the drink that
ho cmes. Medical treatment Is nec
essary to destroy tho craving, and this
Orrlno will do.
It destroys the dcslro for liquor, so
that the ill Ink will not bn missed, nlfo
cures the deranged digestion, weak
ened nerves and other III effects of ex
cessive drinking, restoring tho patient
to perfect health.
The icmedy is absolutely harmless,
Is thoroughly scientific nnd Is so uiil
fonnly Mtcccsiftil that It Is sold wlih
a registered guarantee entitling jou in
n i of unit of jour money If Oiilnu falls
tc cncct a euro.; Troatlso on "How to
Cure nnmkonriefB," fipo on u-nuest.
In pl'tln sealed wrapper. Tho Orrlno
Co., Washington. I). C.
Orilno la In two foiins. No. 1 which
can bo given sc'crutl1 without tho
patient's knowledge; No. 2. In pill
form for thoso who wImIi to ho cured.
Tho prlro of cither Is SI, mailed on
receipt of prlro In plain scaled pack
ngo, ami IkJIi aro hold imdiir tho
Orrlno Is for salo by Honolulu Drug
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Our 1908 Easter Cards
We arc now displaying one of the
handsomest line- of Easter cards
this season that has ever hecn of
fered to tho trade. These ara cut
out crosses in a variety of shapes,
decorated with Rpring flowers, an
pels, and illuminated tests, The fol
ders are shown in many styles ex
quisitely colored and designed. One
of the daintiest is a series of ten de
signs with delicato green horders
and green palm leaf cross' with a
few flower in the center. The in
scription inside is printed in colois
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
holes. Among the. cunningest cards
for the children arc little cut-out
chicks all dressed in their Easter
Out-of-town customers would do
well to order early.
Thos. G. Thrum.
STATIONER 1003 FORT ST.
and our own HOME-MADE are ,both
delicious; try them once.
I A LK
J. M. IE
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PRICES: 25c, 50c, and 75c. Box
MATINEES: Children, 25o; Ad
Practice up for the
next golf tournament
at Haleiwa. It is tiro
best place for real
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For Ladies and Gentlemen. Latest
shapes and stylish trimming. Clean
ing of all kinds of hats.
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You Want ElecHc Wiring Done or
Private Telcnhonn Installed or Dry
catteries, call the
UNION ELFCTRIO CO.,
C9 Ueretanla St. Phone 315.
'While It Lasts
- Tel. 76
In household expen
ses is practiced by
for light as well as
Cooking. It costs
bss than any other.
Iii Make, Material, and Flavor.
General Arthur Cigar
M. A. Guaist & Co.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
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