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EVKN1K0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II., TtJKSIUY, MAIICII 31. 1903.
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INVENTIONS AND FABRICATIONS.
It la funny Indeed to observe the
effort made to comlnce the Civic
Kederattonlats that they wero liadly
beaten In tliu llepulillcnn primaries
The atory originated with the Civic
Federation organ. Tho Invention
was then officially lepudlated by the
Federation's olucliil spokesman.
Now the Inventor finds Itself call
ed upon to work overtime to prove
that the first fabrications must have
some basis, although a great variety
of other fabrications have to lie
brought In to bolster it.
Citizens of Honolulu are mighty
hard up for something to llght'itbott,
If resort must be made to such tac:
FREAR AS DELEGATE.
Should Governor Krear bo n dele
gate to the National Republican Con
vention? This Is a fair question which many
people will hesitate to nnswer until
they know whether Governor Krear
wishes to be a Delegate.
Under ordinary circumstances
there would seem to be no good rea
son why' the Goiernor should not
represent the Territory In the con
vention. We doubt that he would
Tho contest lit Chicago will bo m
sharp that his election or not might
well turn on the propriety of Fed
eral appointees getting into the
-btrife that bids fair to be bitter.
Aside from the proprieties. It
should bo generally recognized that
the election of Governor Frear or
any other appointee of tho President
as a member of nn unlnstructed del
egation would necessarily mean the
- election of a delegate whoso vote
would be given the Administration
cause first, last, and always.
If the Republican Territorial Con
vention Intends to gle its moral sup-
port to the candidate of tho Admln
) lstratlon, send Frear if he wants
The It u 1 1 o 1 1 ii confesses that a
, general slzing-up of the candidates
now before the country leads It to
ward a conclusion that the Territory
of Hawaii, in the middle of the l'a
cine, could make many worse mis
takes than to support the Adminis
tration candidate for President.
It has frequently proved better to
accept some men not exactly perfect,
' than to lly to the band-wagon of
, those who appear to bo better friends
because they are not so well known.
The Civic Federation officially do
Clares that its candidates have not
been defeated nnd Its official organ
says they wero.
Isn't that a beautiful state ot af
The political workers of tho Re- ,
publican party who havo borne tho i
brunt of political battle white the
lazy-bones remained at homo, don't j
know that they have defeated anynno !
or hurt the feelings ot the tenclei
hearted, but they nre Informed that
they are the wretched machine that
grinds good government to dust ami
' coin from tho unsophisticated.
. This Is worse yet.
Tho type ot politics now being de
veloped from tho very quiet nnd pr
dofly Republican primaries find u
place In none of the recognized po
jit does not rise to the dignity of
regular partisanship. Mtigwumplsm
doesn't cover It. The Mugwumps
never tied themselves to u doctrine
Of declaring yourself defeated
knocked down und dragged out by a
machine when thero Is nothing to
defeat and no struggle made.
,, Populism nnd Its whiskers cannot
be foiind'gulltyiof.befngsticli a' fool.
Socialism lias more dofinlto ideas.
Anarchy may havo somo bond of
r si Motitiu s .no
Per Year, anywhere lu U.S I.oo
Per Year, anwliere iu Canaja. . . I. Ho
Per Year lioktpald, foreign ?.(H
Enl r red at the Fotofficr at Honolulu
m urconil elm tnMter.
MARCH 31, 1908
friendship for such a cause, but It Is
by no means so Innocent and ob
viously free from guile.
Thu Ancient Order of Fathcnds,
whose campaign cry Is "Fudge,"
probably comes the nearest to sup
porting the type of political agita
tion that tins lately gained sway.
The spieler for the local branch Is
busily engaged In proving to the Re
publicans of Oahu that they were
llnycd nllvc by Charlie Clark and
three or four associates, when they
didn't know it.
The primaries of Saturday evi
denced a lack of ill-will, a general
spirit of good-will, but a dearth of
Interest that is not entirely satis
factory. There was nothing, however, to
suggest the dire calamities and hor
rible defeats pictured, by tho pudgy
party whose wrfr-crj1 Is "Fudge."
. THE SUGAR MARKET.
- Students of the Bugar market havo
In the present season the most inter
esting situation that has been pre
sented for years.
The shortage ot raw sugars is In
The Cuban crop, that has nlways
set the pace for the American mar
ket, is going lower thnn the orlginnl
short-crop estimates. Thero Is no
doubt ot it, nnd one of tho features
of the situation is that tho private
advices from tho Island are more pes
simistic than the statements given
out In tho public circulars inoro or
less Identified with the interests or
The F.uropean beet crop Is short
and has already bcon discounted, but
. jjtill Continues in Eruption.
Returning Visitors Declare It To Be
xne ureaiest snow on Earth.
Don't Miss This Rare Opportunity To
oee a living volcano.
It only takes four days nnd J42.50
to make tho round trip. The new
fteumshlp MAUNA KEA will sail on
Tuesday, March 3l8t, lit noon and
return Saturday a. m. April 4th.
For Information regarding tho trln
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
uor. jtort and Merchant Sts.,
Bungalow on Pacific Heagts. .$1050,
Four homes in Punahou District,
$2900., $4500., $4750., and $3100.
Building lots in Manoa Valley, $800,
' 0ornerFort ( nd Merchant Sts.
' ' HrJnolulu.
To succeed you will
hnvo to think ahead.
INSURE YOUR HOME
against Jews from Ilro
and you will protect
yourself against tuturo
INSURE YOUR FURNITURE
for tho same purpose.
We issue best policies.
SjwJt fjmd LM
according to Lie lit 'a reports the pros.
poets for the seeding of the now crop
arc not such as to Indicate Increased
Tho crops of Java, Porto Rlcp,
Mauritius, and Loutslann are short.
Present ndvlces strongly suggest that
all tho visible raw-sugar supplies: will
be exhausted early In tho Fall.
"Invisible supplies" are the only
doubtful quantity. Five-cent' sugar
Is not Impossible If the fruit crop
does not fall.
. '-M U.ITI
HAWAII AND BRYAN
Mora power to the Democrats of
Hawaii who nre working for tho
nomination of William J. llrynn.
This candidate for Presidential
honors Is one of at least two Demo
crats who recognize that Hawaii Is
en the map, and that the Pacific is
the theater of tho world's future ac
tivities. Tho other ono is Hearst,
but ho Is so hard to locate these days
that his partisanship' Is more difficult
to describe than the Civic Federa
tion 1st whoso organ tells him ho lias'
been licked nnd doesn't know It.
llrynn Is ono of tho men properly
classed as friendly to Hawaii, became
ho understands tho situation In lio
Pacific by personal contact.
We have little fear that ho will be
elected, but ho Is a great man and
Hawaii cannot do better than Lo.na
of tho wlso head's of tho mainland
who endeavor to see to it that proper
men are put at the head of each
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bo Btricken., Day after day passed,
however; nothing happened, nnd by
the time the ship reached Honolulu
confidence had been restored.
Sir Robert Walker Is n young lad
on a trip to the United State's and
then on to England. A. Mnlmffey Is
tho Colonial Secretary for FIJI, on a
short trip to tho States. Tlbihop Lan-
llian Is the Roman CathoHc Uishpp
stationed at Auckland. He Is on his
way to England.
Tho Mnrama Is undoubtedly tho
best ship ot tho C.-A. lino which has
over come Into this harbor. She has
spacious cabins, well-vcntllated, each
stateroom having a porthole, roomy
lounging and smoking space, and a
large music-room, where concerts
and parties nro given. .
Mr. McLaughlin, tho Seattle real
estate man and booster tor tho Alas-ka-Yukon-Pactflc
Exposition to be
held in Seattle In 1909, is returning
to his home on tho Marama.
Purser W. G. Harnett, who Is a
very courteous nnd well-liked gen
tleman, Is on his first trip to this part
of tho world, although he has been
on tho sea1 for somo tlmo. Ho is
much pleased with what ho has seen
of Honolulu.' Captain J. Glbb Is mas
ter of thu ship.
Sho sails at 9 o'clock this evening
Good government Ienguo Is formed
to blot out graft and grafters from
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;
30 inches wide,
Now Ready To Make
Tho dirt Is going to lly from now
on nt tho Nuuanu dam. lly the
Manchuria yesterday . Contractor
Whltehouse recciied three pumps,'
one hydraulic gl.int nnd one of the
four engines which had been ordered
for tho work.
Tho three pumps nre to be added
to tho famous Hon hind pump nnd nro
to do the work which Howlnnd ox
pected his ono pump to do raise tho
water for tho tlulcliiR operation. Tho
nrrlval of tho mm htnery lit this time
wng unexpected, being over two
weeks before the tlmo they might
reasonably haic been expected.
Superintendent Campbell Is very
much pleased wllh the way tho work
Is progressing on tho dam. Since, tho
signing of the new contract thero
havo been no more of tho squabbles
which delayed tho construction of
tho dam under tho former adminis
tration. Cnmplcll stated when he
took office that ho expected to havo
no troublo ami would not have ouy
trouble. Ho seems to have known
what he was talking about.
It will tnke possibly thirty days (,o
Install tho new machinery. After
that Whltehouse will ho ready to de
liver the 1,6)00 cubic yards of eart'i
n day whlchihls contract calls for.
Excessive, ir continued uso Of nl
coho'le bevei igra always results In a
diseased com Itlun of tho iiervou sys
Tho drinking man Is often heard to
tay, "I can lop of my 'own free will
and when I ls!i, but tho poor fellow
Is nnw devoid nt tho power to act at
tho proper time and In the right way.
r-it'd too lati the craving has becurcd
a Arm hold aid lecaiise ot tho dlscarcd
nervous systqn ho has not tho nblllt
leffort. The result we all
Faithful Watoh ?
When it commences to lag
a little, it needs attention.
Son't expect too much of its
Wonderful mechanism. It
needs oil and cleaning just
the some as any other piece
When out of torder bring
your watch to ui foe compe
H. F. Wichman & Co.
WILDER & CO., Ltd.,
would announce their withdrawal from active business as
dealers in Lumber andlluilding Materials, and state that
they have sold their stock of Merchandise to
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.
In making this announcement' they desire to thank
their many patrons of past years for favors conferred, and
to bespeak for the well-known company which has pur
chased their stock, a continuance of the business.
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
Would call attention to their complete stock of
Lumber and Building Materials and say that they hope by
careful attention to all orders placed in their hands, to
merit the continuance of the business of their own cus
tomers and nlsp those who have fonnerly dealt with
Honolulu, March 28,
WE have a stock of .Asparagus this season
that people have been neglecting because it was
tnn pvnpnciip In u;o hjitr lnwtrw thp nrirpc Fnr a
mai people nave neen negiecnng Decause u was
too expensive. So we have lowered the prices for a
flparanrp Snip Thp wppw hpt 6&iTIrrPi-s rJTPAsrfc9
Large White, 50c: Reduced to
Medium. , 45o; Reduced to
Large Green, 45c; Reduced to
Medium. 40c; Reduced to
Ayparagras Tips, 35c; Reduced to
imiiHiiiiiii iwum iiiciMffiB wyimi . m w i 'ihmhii i urn
Drunkenness is no longer considered
a crime; eminent scientists nnd phy
sicians have agreed that It Is a dlsc-iie
and must bo treated as such.
The home treatment that has been
used for a number ot years, nnd is
inder n jiosltlvo guarantee that if lt
does not effect a euro your money will
be refunded. j
Orrlno Is In two forms. When desir
ing to give secretly, jiurchnso Orrlno
No. 1, and if the patient will volun-
fnrlltf triln llin frvfnmnf Hrrlnn Mn '
2 should be given. The 'guarantee Is
tho tame in cither case. Orrlno costs
Sea'p-pon M, vst
Wrlto for free treatise on "Drunken-,
nesa" mailed In healed envelope byi
The Orrlnu Co.. Washington, 1). C;
.told by leading druggists everywhere.
Mid In this city by Honolulu Drug
MANY READY TO
(Continued from Pn;e 1)
grounds that I he dulegullon which han
been regulnily (.elected Is not it truly
representative one, but la ono which
haB been foisted on tho party by the
corrupt mnulpiilntlons of Tammany
Hall. Tho local llrynn men want lla
wall's delegation to sisalst tho con
testant delegation from Now York in
its.eltorts to gain recognition nt thu
convention, and Iho question will with
out doubt bo brought up In tho local
Remember that the Garbage Depart
ment has promised to cart away the
rciuse wnen you clean up your siac-i
walk. Call up the department when
your part of the work Is done.
Charles W, Holler. South Ilend,
Ind enndldato for prohibition nom-i
inatlon for the Vice Presidency, hns
filed with tho Indiana Supremo Court
a petition to test the constitutional ;
right to license saloons. j
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
. I I --..l.llll.l..TH
TO THE ABOVE
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Cooking. It costs
kss than any other.
Practice up for the
next golf tournament
nt Haleiwa. It is the
best place for real
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