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EV15N1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H SLTUItDAY, MAIL 28, 1908.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Attend the irlmnr twlny. You
luivo no good excinse fur not doing bo.
The earthquake that ruined a city
without killltiK nnunc I' hettcr than
tome, but hardly of the beneficent
It ou lime not thought of tha
"precinct primary business," theio
lem.tlns ample time for ou to go to
tho polls and cast jour Note.
.Mr. T.ift's malinger sujs ho has tho
convention in hit) hnnd. Hint may
be. Large preliminary claims is n
pnit of a manager's business.
The gieat majority of Honolulu
Citizens are likely to feel that moinls
mo better served by refusal to period
icnll rovlvo tho Iwllcl discussion.
I W I I II I I
Mnhuka site having been settled,
may the present generation bo blets
d with a fair piospect of n public
building for tho Federal depart
Knua! will doubtless bo more than
pleased to leain that Hllo believes
Kauai's County Attorney to bo n pin
per successor to the venerable Judge
The vote ut tho primary toiler
compared with, previous years
should show how many fair-weather
in I'll there nrc In the Republican
Woll-fllled reservoirs will give Ha
waii n first-class 100!) crop and an
other year of prosperity regardless of
piobable Increased beet plantings In
There Is no doubt that Taft agrees
with the bentlnient of Hawaii on
two Important points fortification
of Pacific Islands and opposition to
the annexation of Cuba.
Sheriff lauken as nn nctlvo pi In
clpul In tho coming campaign would
Miggest that he wishes the people 'to
understand Hint ho Is not n puppet
In the hands of another.
Danny Iong plnces Hcuter's down
fall at the door of Jess Woods. An
ufter-thought of the correspondence
Is that Long did not go far In tett
Sng Woods' authority to speak.
One of the attractions of an ap
pointment to ono of tho lending po
sitions In tho Treasury Department
is tho good prospect of resigning In
a tow years to become a bnnU presi
dent. Senator La Toilette's remarks on
tho Aldrlch finance bill finally pushed
by the Senato Indlcato that a wide
difference of opinion may exist
, among Its membors and tho Repub
lican party still live.
Later advices will state whether
the shooting of n negro on Pennsyl
vania avenue by nn Alabama Con
gressman will glvo a now Impetus to
the campaign for eliminating liquor
from the District of Columbia.
Passage of tho mall subsidy bill
and the Pearl Harbor appropriation
would satisfy Hawaii for one legisla
tive session, provided It Is supple
mented by the amendment to tho
land-lease clause of the Organic Act,
San 1'ianclsco's Korean assassins
(tvldeucc a maiked ability for adopt
ing the worst practises of civiliza
tion. Insanity pleas aro too fre
quently an excuse to save a worth
less life afttjr u great man has been
Uncle Joo Cannon's platform must
represent tho hlgh-turllT Republicans
II anything does, - yet the Illinois
S'tate Convention declared for tarttf
"adjustment." If that Is not another
namo for revision, wo miss the guess,
juid It shows that oven the "stand-
pattois" cannot longer postpone tho
j evil 'day of tariff tinkering.
It Is quite snfo to reckon that tho
prlco of raw sugar will not go much
lowor than tho present figure, dining
tho 1908 crop yenr. There nro many
Office, - JS50
tut r red nt the PnIuflirr at Honolulu
r inutlilt I'm matter
MARCH 28, 1903
Indications that giejtor udviinces
will be recorded, hut these may ho
leveled by decreased consumption.
Hut tnho four-.ind-a-n.uarter an n
fair soiikoii 8 nvcrngo, and go ahead.
Tho effete I'nst Is waking nt last.
This Is what the Philadelphia In
quirer sajs to Its renders: "There
will bo nn Intelligent dissent fiom
I lie proposition advanced by tho
House Committee on Naval Affairs
that Pout I Harbor, Hawaii, ho effect
ively fortllled for servlco as n nnvnl
base without any further delay.
There has been ultogether too much
THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
Onl those Interested In the sub
ject of tuberculosis will realize what
Importance this Con pi est, of 1UUS Is
to tho people of tho United State.
Tho first meeting wns in lS'Jb in
Paris, the next In Berlin u year la
ter, and then In Naples In 1900.
Tho Congress met again In London
In 1901, and finally , ns a well-icp-resented
body, In Paris in 1903.
Prior to the London meeting Amer
ica did not tnko part In the Con
gresses, but at that iiBsembly many
of our prominent physicians were
present, and, while there, realized
what our lack of organization meant.
So, on their return, they organized
the National Association for tho
Study and Prevention of Tubeicu
losls. This wns In 1904.
When the Congress mot In Paris
three years ngo our country wns well
repiesented, and nt the suggestion of
our National Association lind with
Still Continues in Eruption,
Returning Visitors Declare It To Be
The Greatest Show on Earth.
Don't Mis3 This Rare Opportunity To
See A Living Volcano.
il only takes four days and ?4 2. CO
to make the round trip. Tho now
steamship MAUKA KHA will ball on
Tuesday, March 31st, nt noon and
icturn Saturday a. m. April 4,th.
Tor Information regarding tho trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
MtiTT. iftnotutu H.w.iV
X --'i-;. -j'sj
Bungalow on Pacific Heagts..$1050.
Four homes in Punahou District,
$2000., $4500., $4750., and $3100,
Building lots in Manoa Valley, $800,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sti.
Skd mk koM
The Country Club
A flno lot for solo on
Wyllle Btrcct; C min
utes' wnlk from Coun
try Club. In best res
idence section: lino
marina nnd mountain
view. Near car line.
Call nnd let us show
the property, llargaln.
t)iL Font lt,HtmU,
tho Indorsement of President Roose
velt wo conveyed, through our Am
bassador, an Invitation to tho Con
gress to hold Its next meeting In tho
United States. This Invitation was
quickly accepted and tho time of
The work of our own association
then began. It was arranged that
the International Congress meet In
Washington, D. C, In October of this
j car. The best men nvallnblo were
selected for officers of tho National
Association, and national committees
were named. President llooscvelt
and cx-Presldent Cleveland aro vlco
presidents, and membership is open
to all reputable persons who nro In
terested in tho crusade against tho
(rent White Plague. Mr. ltoosevelt
lias shown the gieatcst Interest In
the movement State Governments
have been asked to participate ns
well as municipal councils. Tho
United States Government will offi
cially participate. One hundred
thousand dollnis will bo expended In
presenting to tho world nn adequate
picture of tho disease called tuber
miosis, Its pathological and bacterio
logical phases, and a history of Its
fearful ravages In every part of, the
world. Prizes for the best exhibits
will bo offered.
There will be n scientific courso nf
thirty lectures by the best authori
ties on the subject, Asldo from tho
scientific aspect, entertainment will
bo piovlded tho delegates, Stato and
foreign, nnd live, at least, of our
American cities will rccelvo members
nnd extend to them gratuitous privi
leges. Membership In tho Congicss
Is tu. Anyono may apply to Dr.
John S. Fulton, Washington, D. C.
As a result of tho organization of
the National Association In 1904, lo
cal nnti-tuborculosts tocletles were
organized In vnilous Stutcs nnd cit
ies. Every State' and Territory (ox
ccpt Hawaii) has a league; some
States have flvo or six distinct asso
ciations for propaganda. Uvon Porto
Rico has lined up with a wide-awake
league which will bo represented nt
tho Congress. Tho American Inter
national Congress of Now York Is an
other auxiliary, meeting In Chicago
in June. It hns an official organ and
The American Anti-Tuberculosis
I.enguo Is n national association
which mot at Atlantic City last year.
Tho St. Louis Association for tho
Ilollcf nnd Prevention of Tubercu
losis is doing national work, and the
California I.enguo hns grown miracu
lously In inlluenco nnd membership
In tho Inst year.
It Is difficult to understand how
any Intelligent citizen of our country
foiild help being Interested In the
universal crusade. Naturally, tho
medical profession nro foremost In It,
but members of every trade and pro
lesslon are joining hands, and we
shall soon hnvo n united movement
ngnlnst one of the greatest morbid
devastations of the uge, or any ago,
About 5,000,000 persons a yenr In
tho whole world dlo of tuberculosis,
taken ut tho most usoful ngo; 150,
000 in tho United States nlono.
In the nineteenth century sorr.o
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 PINKj
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
11.000,000 persons died ns n result
of war, nnd In that same period Ml,
UOO.OOO tmiftimhod to tuberculosis.
We tcslMcd the former so far ns wo
could; ngnlnst tho hitter vvo never
even ttrgued! Hut thero has como n
universal awakening, and oven Ha
waii Is falling Into line. At the urg
ent request of the National Associa
tion the mimes of several of our citi
zens wore sent In ns officcis of a local
uigantzatlou. These names wore ap
proved nnd, with n few exceptions,
linvo not been withdrawn by tho per
rons represented. That Is, all the In
dividuals whose names nro down
linvo not yet ncccpted, but nono linvo
refused, and tho publication of tho
list will glvo thorn n chance to notify
the secretary If they dcslro their
As good citizens we urge upon
them the necessity of nllovvlng their.
nnmes to stand. It gives us an or
gnnlzntlon; shows our willingness; to
ntd and be nlded, nnd costs only $7
ii year for each member. Auxiliary
branches should ho organized In each
County or district.
Already Komi has a woiklng
branch subject to tho Torrltoriul ns-
toclutlon. This association Is offi
cially connected with the National
Association and with the St. Louis,
Southern California, and Washing
ton leagues; with the Pennsylvania,
American International, and Ohio So
cieties for mutual help nnd promo
tion. E OF OPII
Tho Amsterdam (N. Y.) Evening
Recorder, of which Win. J. Kline Is
editor and proprietor, publishes the
Ono of the Recorder's most vnlucd
exchanges Is tho Honolulu II u 1 1 -tin,
whoso editor, W. It. Tarring
ton, Is a well-equipped Journalist of
mnny years' experience. In n , re
cent editorial Brother Farrlngton re
iterated views heretofore expressed
In these columns in the following
well-chqsen words: From tlmo to
time readeis of tho Bulletin
write commending tho note of "opti
mism they II nd In these columns.
Letters of this kind nro gratifying,
for they Indicate that nn effort along
certain lines Is undeistood nnd ap
preciated. It has been tho purpose of tho
Bulletin to look on the, bright
side of things. It strives nil tho
while to bo sitting up and taking no
tice, but It prefers to believe that
things nro a little hotter than they
beem, und that the bad Isn't quite as
bad as nt first glance It appears to
le. Tho Bulletin Is looking for
abuses, und a wuy to correct them,
but It Is not creating Imaginary
wrongs in order to bo nblo to run to
tho valiant rescue of imaginary vic
tims. There is n good deal of scold
ing these days too much of it. Un
fortunutely enough, we have just
now n bad example of the scold In
high places, and, ns kings make fash
ions, so do other persons of distin
guished position. Tho newspaper
scold Is perhaps the worst of nil, for
It Is of dally appearance and many
tungucd. Scolded people rarely
mend their ways because of the
chastisement of the nagger. Chil
dren In a scolding home generally
run nwny from it or glow up lit sub
jects for the ducking stool. Too
Faithful 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
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
Our full line of Cards and Novel
ties for Easter The Largest Dis
play We Have Ever Had are now
open for inspection.
Particular attention to Island or
ders. Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
Roman Catholic Cathedral Sunday.
0 and 7 a. m., low masses with holy'
Communion; 9 a. m., low mass with
tinging nud English Instruction; 10:30
high mass with Natlvu sermon, 2 p.
m., ltosnry and Natlvu Insti action, 7
p. m., Portuguese sermon and benedic
tion ut the Bl. Sacrament. Friday:
First Friday of tho month; Bervico at
C and 7 a, m., with holy communion;
4 p. in., stntlons of the Cross; 7 p. in.,
Stations of tho Cross nnd. benediction.
Saint Augustluo Chapel, Walklkl
Sunday: 9 a. in., mass with singing
nud English sermon, Wednesday
7:30 p. m., Stations of tho Cross. Fri
day, 8 a. m., mass with holy commun
ion. Central "Union Church Morning
worship at 11 o'clock; tho mlnlslei
will preach, subject: Lenten Sermons
III, "An Ancient Young Man." Choir
end chorus will slug Gounod's Sane
tus fiom St. Ceclllo Mass, nud lead tho
congregation. Christian Endeavor ut
0:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30
o'clock: sermon by the minister, sub
ject, "Ills Fight" Choir, choriiB and
congregational Blngtng; anthem, St.
Sncn's "Angel Hands."
Adventlst Church, 7C7 Klnau St.
At 7:30 p. m. tho subject will bo "The
Most Important Event of tho World's
History This Sldo or tho Coming of
Christ." As this event will touch
every man's llfu nnd tost every char
acter, nil should thoroughly under
stand Its Importance and bo prepared
to meet It. All nro cordially Invited
to como und hear.
Tho Catholic Church of St. John tho
Baptist, Knlllu-.'ncnu, In cliurgu of
Ilev. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
March 29th, fourth Sunday of Lent,
8:30 n. m., high mass, sermon, collec
tion, Sunday school. 4 p. in. Rosary.
At St. Androw'B Cathedral tomor
low morning tho subject of the ser
mon will be "Liberality In Religion."
At 7:30 p. m. Bishop ltcsturlck will
deliver the third lecture on "Tho Prin
ciples of the Christian Religion; tho
subject will bo "Tho Relation or tho
World nnd tho Individual to Christ."
Christian Church A. C. McKccver,
pastor. 9:45 Blblo school; 0:30, Y.. P.
S. C. E.; l a. m., sermon, subject,
"Deny Yourself." 7:30 sermon, sub
jcet, "Tho Gospel tho Power or Cod."
Editor Evening Bulletin:
At n meeting held at tho residence
of Hon. A. S. Kalclopu Inst night,
March 2G, 1908, nt 7 o'clock, by tho
members present, or tho Republican
Precinct Club, Tenth Precinct, Firth
Representative District, tho lollow
Ing names were duly presented and
nominated as delegates to the com
ing primary election, to ho held SaU
urdtiy afternoon, the 28th day of
March, A. D. 1908:
Enoch Johnson, Joo Joseph, A, S.
Kalelopu, D. P. Klnolnu, Lonokalo
lolila, J. IC. Maunnkea, J. Nahluu.
Secretnry pro tern,
Kunnwul, Honolulu, March 20,
W FIVE VEliS
E. W. Sutton, or tho Attorney Gen.
eral's Department, returned this morn
tng fiom Hllo, where ho has been rep
resenting tho Torrltory nt tho term or
court or tho Third Circuit. Tho prln
clpal case was that or Siegfried Gun
delflnger, who wns charged with hov
,lng embezzled $1990 from tho Ilono
kaa Sugar Company. It was expect
ed that this case would bo fought hard,
but at the last mtnuto tho prisoner
changed his plea to ono of guilty. Ho
was sentenced to flvo years In Onhu
prison nnd was btought down this
morning to begin his term.
Last Saturday night Sutton visited
tho volcano, and says that ho found
It extremely actlvo. The.wholo floor
of tho pit was a mass of molten lava
and there wns ono spoutcr, which lat
er broke Into three.
The landing nt Laupahoehoo was
oxtrcmcly rough. Sutton says It took
tho boat nn hour and a quarter. to re
turn to tho steamer, and then It wns
necessary for tho Mauua Ken to as
sist by sending a ropa to tho boat and
puljlng. hor back.
Jcnkln Lloyd Jones of cfilcago, who
Is in Sau Francisco to deliver a series
of nddroBsea, said thero tho church
was losing Its leadership hecauso of
crcednl issues. Ho said dlvorco was
not a fundamental evil, but only a
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
NEW - TO-DAY
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pastor Fclmy. 9:4r, Suuday
school; 11, bervico; 7:30 p, m., ser
vlco. Wednesday, 7:30 p. :n Pas-
We have just received from
A Select Assortment of
which we will place on display on
Wednesday Next, April 1
5PEGIAL ItlMRo' RATE
Secretary Wood, or tho Promotion
Commlttco hns been endeavoring to
obtain excursion rates 'for teachers of
the public schools who wish to go to
tho mainland for the summer vaca
tion. Tho first response comes from tho
Oceanic Steamship Company, which
will soil n round-trip ticket at $100.,
provided n party of nut less than fif
ty nor more than ono hundred If
booked. This plan contemplate leav
ing here on the steamer of Juno 24
and returning within rour months.
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Our EasterCards for 1908
as also our supplies of
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.,
are specially selected to meet the
taste of our community, and the
is published to meet the need of var
ied, reliable information pertaining
to the land wc live in.
Thos. G. Thrum.
STATIONER, ETC., 1C03 FORT ST.
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The Directors of Kapiolani Mater
nity Home will give a grand luau
At the Home
Saturday, March 23,
12 to 5 O'Clock P. M.
TICKETS ....' $1.00 EACH
Best Horses and Rigs in Town.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
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In household expen
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Cooking. It costs
I?ss than any other.
Practice up for the
next golf tournament
at Halciwa. It is the
best place for real
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