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KVKNlNO RUM.KTIN. HONOLULU, T II.. WnilNTISlMY, Al'llll. 1. 100R.
DAiLY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
VVilaco R. FrrInton, - - EUItor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
IJVKNINU IIULUillN WIUKI.V IH.IIJ.II I I.N
I'M Mmilh, 9nwlirrr In I! S ."R IVr m Muntln S .fin
PirCJuailrr, aiQwticrtlii I S 3.o I'n V.i .mnlciclnls . . I. DO
to Ytr, nvlnte liil S . M.lio Per Year miiulirr. In Canada I.Mo
r.f ear, iKnlpaul forriBn ll.oo lr Near poMlniil, fottlRi 2.i
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
r-- 1 f Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 1'lBusincss Office, - 256
Etittrul nl itic I'mtiiflitc al Honolulu
an nritrntl lam maitrr
HAWAII'S JANUARY TRADE.
The iliniioKtlr iiicrilininllii' Hawaii
tlilppccl frnni mainland iiiarliotn was
.ilui-il nt il.filu.'JGl. for the inontli
nf Jnnuiir, 100". Tor the motitli or
Jiinimo. 1U08. It was Jl.UOO.Sf.G.
The Immeillate sugEostloti of these
flKiiren i that thin represents thu
fnlllnii In fmle following tlie flnnn
clul pulc of October ami Its conse
quent biiKlneiH derMlon.
The ntHtislles of tlio Department of
roinmeree unci Ibor from which
these llgures ale taken nlto kIiiiw.
however, that chiiltiB the Keen
month ending In January, 1U0S, Ha
waii purchased $8,712,921. worth of
goods In mainland markets as against
$(i.tiHi,98 for the same purlod of
17. Iwlll be necessary to nwnlt
the figures of later months to deter
mine the full effect of tho mainland
business depression on these Islands.
ll might to be slight and tlio adverse
Inllueiite temporary, on account of
the exiellent prospects for our I sin ml
Hawaii's purchases of cotton goods
showed tho largest reduction, drop
plug from S18G,4r,S. In January.
11107, to $1)4,100 In the samo month
of 1908, almost oxnetly one-half.
Purchases of breadstuffs also fell on
nearly $70,000. Iron and steel and
their manufactures dropped nearly
$1UO,000. MrnU and dairy products
werii reduced from SS7.479. In Jan
uary. 1907, to $4:t.2U. In 190b.
Tho notable feature for the month
of January last was that no eggs
woro shipped from the mainland. In
ilio samo month last cir the record
shows 3.S00 dozen, valued nt $1,
142. This must mean that Hawaii la
supplying Its own market with eggs.
fact that Bhoul-I ghe great satn-
ctlou to the poultry enthusiasts.
Next to tho mtittlatnf. interest cen-
n our trade) with Japan. Thl
lt Increasing. Hawaii shlp-
Jnpan. In tho month of
1907, goods to the uluo of
Tor tho samo month or
figures nre $329,014. Dur-
n months ending with
Hawaii bought from
se vulucd nt $SU9,-
ie period or 1908,
's not only gnln-
- Itli tho main-
n iil liiv
l'or tho eci. months ending In
miliary, 1908. IJawall bought from
ho mainland inorclinmlUe valued at
S.712,924. Thero was shipped from
tltetso Islands to mainland markets In
tho Bamo porlod $17.0S,718. worth
of inon hnndloe, of which $10,122,
904. represented raw sugar.
Our total shipments from foreign
...Lountilcs amounted to $2, COO, 519.
" WHAT APE THE LOCAL ISSUES?
AVImt does It profit that the An
cient Ordei of Katheads should r.ilt.0
lliulr wnr-crj of " Fudge" and cl In
ertias tho fc.itunlay-iirlmary false
Is this wbit the people of this Ter
ritory are ' ilerested in?
, hae cry lltllo appro-
" duties of citizenship
to Important mattois
to consider than the
eru Dae Wlthlngtou'u
io fmm or whether the
j, , i tlio Fudge-doodles are
icmi . 'cn
HhoilliI our peoplo bo Inclined to
poHHcA, thoy can find no moie prof
ItuhloA'ield or thought to tultlvato
than A'lteinplatiou of the Issues that
mo llel to be brought befoio the
Milera ntltlio coming campaign ls
nties outslle tho pioblem of who getH
tho job tlilit another now hns.
The mail who buys theio are no Is
hues may not bu asleep but ho ls'loo
lazy to think nnd not anxious to
All too miitiy who may havo an
idua that will benefit tho gcnoral pub
llo.jvnit mull tho last call, and thoy
nio too late. Then thoy rorget tlint
(hey have beon ludlfrorent and accuse
the'woVRers with having "tlxed ev
erything. Homo campaign Issues malto them
selves; thoy 6i', llko Topsy,
APRIL 1, 1008
Others develop In response to calm
ilcllln i.itlnn. thoiougli discussion, and
buslners-llke foroliiiiideilness In cleil
ing w 1 1 1 i community needs and how
best to meet them.
It Is none too early for the citizens
to begin to think on tho legislative
requirements of this Torrltorj wor
thy a place as leading Issues In tho
The National campaign will be
fought out without Hawaii's help,
except In naming the candidates.
This Terrllnr has domestic affalls
that need attention. Which shall
have lliM place'
m OF FLEET
Keillor I; v e n I n g Bulletin'
Tho good new has Just i cached us
here that Amelia Is pleiscd with the
Invitation fiom ilu Pi lino Mlnlstci
of Australia foi wmi Fleet to visit
Australia. We are all hoping latci
on to hear that join Armada will
actually come. It will be n gala day
for Australia. We will give jour fel
lows a giand reception, for arc they
not our kith nnd kin? Aie wo in
Australia not spuing fiom tho same
grand old Anglo-Saxon forhcars as
our great American nation?
We hi o but small In numbcis, onl
four million or people You have
jour eighty millions; wo havo but
four. Hut wo have Immense areas rf
land, agricultural and pastoral, quite
undeveloped, onlv awaiting popula
tion; whilst jou aro all-pnvvciful
now with join eighty millions or
Australia has long waited for a
Still Continues in Eruption,
Returning Visitors Declare It To Be
The Greatest Show on Earth.
Don't Miss This Rare Opportunity To
See A Living Volcano.
The A-l Steamer CI.Al'DINi;
leaves Honolulu for into on l'rldaj
l'or Information regarding tho trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
uor. iort nnd Merchant Sts.,
S .ifDnorulij.H..ii .
yj--.-- t -y
Bungalow on Pacifio Hcagts..?1050,
Four homes in Punaliou District,
$2900., $-1500., $4750., and $3100,
Building lots in Nanoa Valley, $800,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
Sjmt IjwJi LoM
To succeed ou will
have to think uhcad.
INSURE YOUR HOME
against loss fiom 111 o
and jou will protect
jnttrsclt against future
INSURE YOUR FURNITURE
fm tho name purpose.
We issue best policies.
chiiiico to show her friendliness to
Americans and admiration for their
gient nation. Arc we not both whlto
races nnd are we not both bordcliug
on the Pacific? We have much in
common, we have cverjthlng in com
mon Wo hope that tho visit ot
jour great Fleet will ho tho means
of bringing us much closer together
In the future that the great American-Australian
which has lain latent for so many
jcars will now ho brought Into actual
life and being.
if the visit of jour Fleet can only
innke the people, of the two nations
calico what thej aie Io each other,
what sympathies thej havo In com
mon, we feel sine that It would lead
to a great Interchange of peoples, or
settleis and tourists. Wo woul ..c
lo see it to We haidlj tool that we
could with our tiny jiumbers, make
vou mole llko Australians, but it we
could draw some or jour surplus
numbers to ouielves and make our
selves a little moro American, we
know it would ho to the ndvantaft)
in Australia now, nine out of ev
ery ten people have their lelatlons
and friends In (ircnt llrltnln. Wo look
forvvuiil to the happy time when a
great many Australians will be wilt
ing to their friends nnd relations In
America. This League otlsts for the
puiposo of Biippljlng voluntary Infor
mation about Australia and New
Zealand, and n letter to Its ofTlce, 11
Xloorc street. Sjdncj, Australia, will
alw.ijs be gladlj leech oil.
Hon Secietarv, Immlgiatliin I.eagin
Sccietary Savldgo of the Repub
lican Ccutial Cotnmlttcc has iccclved
partial letuius of the election ot del
egates on the other Islands to the
Teriltoilal Convention, as follows:
Fourth I'reclnct, one dclegnto
Itev. .1. Nua; unanimous vole.
Slxlh 1'ieclnct, fouri delegates
elected, C. Hansen, 70; W. Keanu,
72; .Inn. Vasconcclles, 72; II. I'. Ilnl'l
win, 71; not elected, A. C. Molts, 10,
M O Comes, 0.
Nineteenth Product, one delegate
-J X. .Mahlniil, 40.
Tlilnl Precinct, una delegate J.
K Kapunlal; unanimous.
Sixth Precinct, ono dolegato
Hleeled. J. K. Kula, 2H; not elected,
J K. Farley, 17; tlnee votes reject
ed Fourth Picclnct, one delegates
Wm. Wernei ; iinanlmcms.
Wbj is Tansan used bv practical
everjono on the Paclfle Ocean in pic'
crcniu to all others Ucc.iuse It Is tin
best and clicapist niliicral wntei on
For Your Next Eveninc 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,
f & it a (c A- ft- ? it ;: A1 :: & !
Tciupetntiires 0 a. m71; s a in
71: 10 a. m, 76, noon 7,1 moiniiu
Ilaiomctcr, 8 n in, .in 08 alisolni
himildlty, 8 a. in, u021 gialns i
cubic foot; relative hmnlilllj 8 a m,
G2 per cent; dow point. S a. m , Gl.
Wlnd-fi n. in., veloclly 12, dlieclloii
N. H.; S n. m., velocity 1.', dllectlou
N. i:.; ll) a. m velocity 1.1, dllectlou
N, 15. j noon, velocity 10, diioctlun
Itnlutall during 21 horns cililed 8 a
lu , trnco.
Total vvlinl movement during 21
hours ended nt lit noon, 292 miles
i is m
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, April 1.
SAX FUAXCISCO Sallod Apt 11 !
Am bk. Andrew Welch, rn Honu
SKATTLU Arrived April 1-
Am. schr. Alice Cooke, heuci Meh 3
HOXOIPU Arrived April I
Am. schr. Defender, fiom San l'rin
c lsco, j
BN FItANCISC'O-Ai rived April 1
H. S Hllonlan, heucu Mini li .1
I B I
(Continued from Paze li
moie stowed nwav on various boats
fur the Coast, seven or eight ale
winking on the foiltflcnlliiii at llia
monil Head, and seven in eight are
now bumming mound the stieels
This number has boon augmented
by the dcseillng of lirtecn men Tioin
the Atlas, the ship that Is now -it
Knhuliil. Thcso men mo Union
men and do not wish lo go around the
Hoi n, and therefoio dcscited. The
IMvvaid Sewall has a notice pooled
In the ofllco of llio Shipping Commis
sioner to the effect that twcntj'-tvvcl
men ale wanted to sign cm tho ves
sel Twenty bailors nre wanted and
a caipenter and boatswain.
Mnrlon Mjhro was I Ills morning
granted n divorce b Judge llololl
rrom (Irorgo C. .Mjhio, on die giimnd
ol lion suppni t. Sho was given the
eiistodj of tho three mlnoi children,
for whose support the rourt ordeicd
the man to paj $2 u month alimonv
You cnu have the world s best oiki.i
slngerH In jour home, or ihi- ino
lauious monologlsts and fiinnv mi n, i"
vn nave a Vlctoi talking iiiachliic
i:.isv pajmenN lJcrgstriim Music Co.,
Faitliful 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.
WILDER k CO., Ltd.,
would ennounce their withdrawal from active business as
dealers in Lumber and Building Materials, and state that
they have sold their slock of Merchandise to
LEVVERS & COOKE, Ltd.
In making this announcement they desire to thank
their many pations of past years for favors conferred, and
to bespeak for the wcH-knowji company which has pur
chased their stock, a continuance of the business.
REFERRING- TO THE ABOVE
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
Would call attention to their complete stock of
Lumber nnd Building Materials nnd say that they hope by
caicfui attention to all orders placed iu their hands, to
merit tho continuance of the business of their own cus
tomers nnd also those who have fonneily dealt with
Honolulu, March 23,
ficshness and qualitv of
their best testimonial.
Ctitticc Bros. Sweet Pic
3-lb. jars $1.00 S5
Snidcr's Oyster Cocktail
Sauce 30c UO
Shasta Jams (nssoitcd);
Mb. jais 20c VM?
(Continued from Pace 1)
defendant, objected lo U- Admls but
lu evidence on the gioand that i
showed on Its fac tliat ll hml In u
tillered. He pointed out that Hie nolo
had been dated .March Is. !')". anil
that thu figure one lu tin date bad
been ttltctod to a two, thus making
the dnte March 2S. This had nppai
cutlj been dono to Inlng the unto
vvlihln tho statute of limitations, ih
tho suit was biought on March 27. or
a djj lief i ire tho slx-vuai limit alio .
ed bv law would have expired ll i.( ,
the note actually been dated Mnichj
"There Is no question but that that
note Ims been altered." snld I'oiiu.
exhibiting the puiier to the CoiiH 'It
was done to bring It within tb' hi ii
ule ot limitations. I do not know who
did it, and I do not cere It show
on Its race that it Is n fi nnd. .mil it
Is Illegal und void." .
Att Ferrclra contested that the
note had not been altered, but tho
note itself mutely tostiged against
"It Bccms to the Court thai, this nl
teiatlim must be explained," said
Long, "befoio the note can bo plaeAl
In evidence. The law la pi till on the
subject It seems lo tlio Coiiit, rrom
Ha own ohyorvatliju, that tho flguron
have been changed, and iinlobs on o.
nlanailon Is mado tlio Court will ro-
fuso lo receive It."
Hut Ferrclra could not explain. He
tried to ro on with tho case bv ones
Honing the plaintiff, but was stopped
dead by Conea, who objected on the
grounds that the suit had been b-iscd
on the note, ami the nolo was not In
evidence The Court sustained this
objection, and Kertelra thiew up Hie
sponge, the Court entering a Judgment
lor the defendant and assessing tin
costs to tho plaintiff.
Mr ninl Mrs A A. Young vveie
among the Alllllli ill! plssingils win
li It for Ban Fi inibco linlav
The Iloaid of Sopc-i usoi- will li ihi
i regu'ir 'i "i tl i thl' evening
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
i " '
WILDER & CO., Ltd.
E TAKE PLEASURE IN QUOTING the following SPECIAL PRICES on a few of
our sindarcl yowls. These pi ices arc mtdc solely with a view lo interrsting
our caslomcis in these special articles, which wc can highly lccommcnd.
We will liinlx such spcchl offcts front tunc to time cuarantccini, the
the goods in cvciy instance, and feci
May & Co., Ltd.,
Our Easter Cards for 1908
as also our supplies of
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.,
arc specially selected to meet the
taste of our community, nnd the
is published to meet the need of var
ied, reliable information pertaining
to the lnnd wc live in.
Thos. G. Thrum.
STATIONER, ETC., 1C03 FORT ST.
Lilliputian Opera Comp'y
KltlOAY and SATI'ltDAY
and .SATURDAY Al VTlXHi:,
"BELLE OF NEW YORK" y
Perfect Scenic Productions in Every
PRICES: 25c, 50c, and 75c. Box
MATINEES: 50c and 25c.
Our full line of Catds and Novel
ties for Easter The Lnigcst Dis
plny We Have Ever Had arc now
open for inspection.
Paiticular attention to Island or
ders. Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
Best Horses and Rigs in Town.
LOVE JOY & CO.
I WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM-
I PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 303. 002 NUUANU.
nnd cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0 Box 0G1. Telephone 031.
THE BELLE OF NEW YORK
never lode in a more comfortable car
than the one I offer for public use at
i lowest prices. Care in management
(ar.d discretion in the selection of
i roads make this the favorite of all
I public conveyances.
1 EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
1 done by the
I TRENCH LAUNDRY
I llh their new TRENCH dry .cleanlnrj
2S8 Etretanla St. Phene 1131.
certain that n trial vvil' bo
Asparagus "Silver Ctest"
large, white 50c .'55
medium, white 45o :!01
large, green 45c JJl)(k
medium, gtccn 40o Ur
Asparagus Tips 35c i!."Wk
In household expen
ses is practiced by
fdr light as well as
Cooking. It costs
tess-than any other.
Practice up for the
next golf tournament
at Hnleiwa. It is the
best place for real
ST. CLAIR BIDG00D
M. A. Gtmst & Co.
Most Fetching Easter Styles
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
NEW GOODS Or
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania.
F. Ii. PETERS
' BULLETIN OFFICE.