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VOL. X. NO. 3?65
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Mnrhiil IntaffiWinn SERIOUS
IV1U! 0911 StBBdgTOOT,
Willie lln Ministerial I'lilou, tlio
Chic 1't-ilfi allun and otln-rn have for
Ki)iin iliip- past been vorlilUK tooth
ami mill Id get Iwllel clmed before
tln ai rival of the licet, this work lias
been iliiim absolutely under cuvcr.
TIiIb nllriiioon, however, the light nt
publicity will probabl) shine on the
mailer, as lhe,Huiid (if Ili'iilth Pi tn
lukf It up, and :'i li-.ii.t, riiniH of the
mciuhciH nf Cat ln.ily will bo opposed
to any sHu'-chambcr proceedings.
The Law nml Order Committee of
tin1 CMo KeuVrntloii has been veiy
:otle In Its campaign, circulating pe
tltlim" ami protests agalmit the evil.
The members of the committee aic
'Ihco. Hlrhnrds, I'aill Super ami IM
Towso, but Hov. Mr. Thwlng nml olh
urn hnio ulso been very active. Tonn
ot litcratmo on the subject has licun
lmpoite.l ami distributed among the
Members of the" organizations men
tluneil, grand jury members ami oth
cia. rmtlicruioio Hlchurds ami
Tliu liiji lt:iu been observed making
toiiru of Iwllel In iIIbriiIkl-.
Definite action wax nltio taken by
(lie eoiiunlttee by the sending of a
lellt.r to President l'lnkhnm of the
llimid or Health and nuothur to Slier
ilf Inukca demanding thai Iwllei bu
ehiiud forthwith and that the Ton I
torlul statutes on the subject be strict
ly eiifinced. U. S. District Attorney
HrcckuiiB "lis also nppio.'ched with a
demand that he cufoice the lMmunds
Art In this connection. I'Wklum and
llieckuim were called hofoio a meet
ing of IIih Ministerial Union to ex
plain their position. Iaukea was In
Komi mid could therefore not attend.
In the letter tiutho llour.l or Ilea".1!
and the Sheilrf the Law and Order
Coiunilttto stuU'3 that practically the
name conditions exist now at iwllel
us existed In 11105 when the Civic l"t it
eration took a stiong stand In the
.natter. Tlio cliurgo Is made that
both the Federal and the Territorial
laws are dlsreguuled, and that there
i coins to bo ronie lopuiar bcnt'.meut
In favor ot the icstilatlun of the so
da! evil. It Is niM charged that the
imoiii officials mal'.e the lolatlou of
the law easier, (hough no Kraft Is
i barged. , .
The Committee recommends: KIrst,
that the olllcera of the Hoard of
Health cease to cooperate with the
prostitution nt lwllel, and that pliysl
i lans bo no longer encouraged to fur
idili misleading lie.illh certificates.
tiecond. that the U. S. District .At
tdiuey and the Sheila" close up at
once the housed of proslltmlou at Ivl
lei and eleewhoio
f we nave m a new lot or Washable Tubular Silks, in
,' nil rnlnrs nml vnriVtipa rf rmHertia Tli nnlitiiaat liaml.
somest ties you could want, in the very latest shades.
, Also fancy silks of all kinds.
The very best shirts sold anywhere. Those made by
Wilson Bros., and the Star and Cluett Shirts
cannot be equaled.
All the Latest Spring Patterns.
mt rai co.9 lid.,
g I CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. 1
The Bulletin not only goes to the home-It goes to the greatest humber of Honolulu homes
s 8:30 O'CLOCK Housekeepers' find a complete list of
Third, (he method of proceediiro Is
ruggesled thru the property ownetH,
leskees, ete. lul'-rested III that pioi
eily be notllled coincidental with the
The letter Is slgnod by Itlchardn,
Towco and Bupor.
This Is the letter which v. Ill lie sub
mitted to the Hoard of Health for ac
tion at the meeting thlu afternoon.
I'reiililent lMiikhain has drafted u re
ply, vlilch he will submit to the
Uoaid. and which may be adopted. In
this l'lukham states that the Hoard of
Health takes cognlcance of contaglops
diseases which mo u -menace to the
community, and among these euereal
illhoases, as the Hoard has been In
formed of the uxlstenco of such to a
very grave degreo In some places
I He quotes eectlen 1004 ot the Ilc
lted l.nw.s, which Htntcx as follows.
"It shall he the duty of every physi
cian having a valient Infected with
nnmllxjx, or any other disease danger
ous to the public health, to give Im
mediate notice thereof to the Hoard
'of Health, or Its nearest agent. In
' writing, nml in like manner report to
said Hoard, or its agent, every case of
death which takes placo in Ills prac
tice fioiu any such disease; ami every
physician who shall lefiibo or neglect
, to gle such notice, or make such re
port, shall he lined for each offense a
Mini of not less than (eu nor moiu
than one iimdred dollars."
1 The Hoard of Health, says l'lnkhaiii
In this letter, receives no Information
un the subject, except thiough such
lepoits, nml the Federal and Territor
ial (.rand Juries have both Investigat
ed the matter, and If the methods used
were not good they would have report
I The Hoard of Health, he Mi)u fur
ther, does not lecognlze the right nt
uiiy self-coustlttited body of men to
belect any disoafe, localities, or men
as Immune from the operation nf the
lav, or to hold Its dictates above the!
lav; or tho authorities. The law dooj
not make tho Hoard of Health concern
itself about tho existence or nun-oxh.t
jence ot prostitution, but lenulies il
to suppress contagious diseases. The
I unsubstantiated charges of co-opera-Hon
with piostltutlon mid possible
graft may arlso from a morbid, long
l'lukham goes on to say Hint If the
I committee can piove any Instanco of
(incompetency on tho part ot any li
censed physician In an examination
, voluntarily reported to tho Hoard, the
. Hoard will take action. Furthermore,
I (Continued on Page 5)
lO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1. 1908-lO
MAI IN COURT
A charge of fraudulent alteration
at a note was made in the District
Court this afternoon unit was sus
tained by Judge I.ong, who presided
In the nhsenco of Judge AnUrade, who
Is III. Attorney Corren made the
charge In the suit of J. V. Souzn vs.
Faustliio Correu, assumpsit for the
sum of $811.35.
IJ. 0. Kcrrclra, who represented
the plaintiff, started Ills case by of
fering the note in evidence, and that
wns as far ns ho got. Conea, for tho
(Continued on Pace 4.)
HILO, Hawaii. April 1. Hllo
hopes tho Hoogs breakwater contract
will bo ncceptcd, ax it means labor
near tho town and business for the
stores Instsad of camp stores estab
lished thirty miles away. The Hoogs
men have less than two miles to haul
nbund.int supplies of lock. This
comes fiom Vt'alaken plantation pinp
erty leased to Andrews, from whom
an option hns already been secured.
The leport was of! tho street tills
morning that the bid of MftvMnycr,
who was supposedly rcpiesentlng
Hoogs and Helscr or the Standard OH
In the Hllo breakwater ilea), h.vJ
been thrown out.
It was also stated that tho contract
would go to Mctzgor of Hllo, ns ho
was the next lowest bidder.
Captain Otwoll was Interviewed
legal ding this statement nnd respon
ded that If anyone said ho had
thrown out any hid it would bo stilt
ing a He. He says he lias dono noth
ing. Tho point on which It Is claimed
the Mayer hid Is or will bo thrown
out Is u Federal law thnt provides
that it partner cannot ho accepted us
surety on the bond of a principal
with which he Is ntsoclatcd. It Is
claimed that the bid of Mayer will
not hold water legally for that Ten
don, Banana Special
Fort Street. Phono 49.
T T- , ,
J.Hopp & Co.
Lewrs & Cooke Bldg. '
Political Interest Is being stirred
up In all partlea and factious by tho
done approach of conventions nnd
later primaries, but with few excep
tions there tins been comparatively
little discussion of tho Issues that
will come to the front In tho local
campaign this Full.
It seems probable that tlieie will
be a lively mlx-up of more than one
party and alleged party With a
view to obtaining the opinions ot
those who must vet. when the timo
tomes, the Ilulleilln men have
asked it number c citizens ns to
their expectutlons nf the Issues that
will bo or ought to bo brought be
fore the people. They speak as fol
lows: Jack I.ucas "I think Ixical Option
will be one of the Issues of tho cam
paign. We practically have local op
(Continued on Page 3)
SESSION OE COURT
ScieiLe Of Germ Study
Figures In Habeas
A man who know nothing about
what was going on, stepping .Into
Judge Lindsay's court this morning,
might have thought that he hud
stumbled unto u class In bacteriology.
The air was full of poljsyllables and
technical terms and tlTu ropm was
full ot doctors. Dr. McDonald was
tho chief Instructor nnd C. W. Ash
ford appeared to be the pupil who
struggled hardest to grasp the mean
ing of what was being taught. Ho
struggled manfully, but was nearly
floored once or twice. When the
Doctor used the word "triturate,"
Abhfoid leaned hack ami gasped for
a moment. Then ho milled. "What
wh what was that word?" he
"Triturate, mush Up," explained
Then Ashfoid struck nunther snag.
(Continued on Page 3)
when you need it most. That's the
secret of the success of Insurance as
Ten thousand dollars does not look
very big to the millionaire, but when
he is no longer a millionaire, thru
some freak of Fortune, it is enough
to put him on his feet again.
It means much more to a bereaved
family. And yet many are neglect
ing this safeguard. Are you I
Ho ura 1 1 an TVsiH
uuvruiiuu a i uji
Fori -'St. flcnol'jln
needs in the Bulletin BD1TSON k
Thirty Stowed Away On
Statistics have been complleJ by
waterfront authorities which show
what has become of the' great num
ber of sailors who wero "on tho
beach" here for some time. They
show Hint there were at ono tlmu
over fifty men here who follow tho
tea as a vocation who were without
work. Of this number positive In
formation has been received that
thirty slowed away on the transport
Sherman when she passed through
here on her way to the Coast, eleven
(Oeirftaact en Tage 4)
The United Stales Government has
chartered the dredger owned by Col
ton IIiim, i ' It ras towed to Pearl
llarbo. ,1 .i v the James
Makee. 'ii.is . . j , . v , o:i the
wharf Inside tho harbor .,.i bu stnrt
ed, It Is a $10,000 pleco of work, nnd
the dredger will clear out a channel
end space for tho wharf.
'Preliminary construction work will
bo started as noon as possible," bald
Captain Otwoll. "There Is nothing
new about the work. Tho story luis
been told several times In tho news
paper s. The dredger has been chart
ered from Cotton Ilros. by the Gov
ernment, and will commence dredging
The wharf will bo constructed tit
sldo I'enrl Harbor as a lauding placo
for an army stntlun, and seems to be
In line wllh other work under consid
eration connected with the Improve
ment of I'earl Harbor.
After tho show, remember that the
Alexander Young Cafe, Is open, am,1
that thu daintiest suppers and most
delicious refreshments are served
l.leift. J. I). Kevin, ex-flovcrnor of
Midway, left fur his home today on
Did you order that caso of TaiiBnn
yet? If not ring up 171 and do so ut
f The Fleet li comma. Let us clean
up the City.
mm i mnn
and, afterwards, a light sup
per or dainty refreshments at
Alexander Young Cafe
We have included College Hills in
our narceh delivery rente. Our vm.
fc'on leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
"SSL Thanked Byt South In
' i "LL Roosevelt S
For Tariff Revision
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April 1. The State Republican Convention
in session here today endorsed Vice President Fairbanks for the Republi
can nomination for President,
The platform declares for tariff levision at a special session of Congress.
PARIS, France, April 1. It is
nvAVfitla in Via Talavwl rf TTatttt
jfi.i. in ttv umuu vi nji
Amocliitttt J'mi Hprciul Collr
SAN DIEQ0, Cal April 1. Ad
miral Evans arrived here today and
took the train for Paso Robles.
Admiral Evans, on arrival here,
receive-' r letter of congratulation
fro-" Pw'dcst Roosevelt.
The battleship Connecticut will re
turn to Magdalena Bay, where Ad
miral Thomas is in command.
mi m i
TWO HUNDRED AND
FIFTY THOUSAND STRIKE
INUIANAP0I.1S, Ind.. March 31..
Two hundred nnd fifty thousand coal
minors have struck, pending a tcttlo
inent of tho wage scalo.
EVANS GOING NORTH
SAN DIKQO, Cal., March 31.
Admiral Hvans will arrive here to
morrow on the battleship Cnnucctl
cut on his way to the springs for his
We ship Papaias,
The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15
r..MHA in -,..;
Manufacturers1 Sixoe' '
P, 0. Box 409. CO., XltiClL Pllone 282
r There is nn old adage that
he who runs 'may read, The !
busy man or woman of to
day has too much on hand
to run about reading signs
or window notices. They t
carry their Information Bu
reau in their hands, and it
is usually the
D3T EVElfINO BULLETIN -s
PRICE 5 CENTS
iep6rted here that complete annrohy
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lAlsulicttriJ l'ftt StKa Cablet
MELBOURNE Australia, April
1. Word has been received, here
that the American fleet of battle-
I shim will nrrivi Pntimhir 1 nml
remain ten days.
WARSHIPS IN DOCK
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. April 1.
The warships Tennessee, Washington
nnd California have gone to Bremer-" -ton
Navy Yard to dock and be gener-.
ally overhauled. h.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 31.
SUGAR: '88 analyiis Beets, lis.'
l-2d. Paritv. 4.40 rin Vrvlnn.
quotation, lis. Gd. ,..
The matter of Ah I.oy vs. 8a- nnali
Nobrlcu. an action for ilnmni-oia '... i....'
.Ing heard today hv Judge Ituulnson, '
...... vv.. HpBni)yU iu -Hill uy JIU1KU
Umlsnv. Tho nliilnilrr M-itu ii,.,
cow bt'lonirliitr tn thn rinrovninti -.). '
ereil his piemlsei nnd destroyed a lo"ti
of strawberries. "&J
ur. u. v. Phillips, who camo fraiwi
Washington to siu.iv n.o i,.i nn.e?
itlons In the Islamite trt n,i,,.. i.. .i.tv
Nothing compares to Tnnsnn n n
1 drink before breakfast. It tones tlio - f
eysleiQ fin; nil diy. J
Vici Kid Bal
with awide flare edge,
built on the Diamond Last,
with ji neat kid-inlaid laco
An excellent shoe , for
Semi-Dress and ordinary
The Stock Number is 418.