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EVKNINO BULLBT1N, HONOLULU, T II . TIIURRiMY Al'KIL 2. 1D08.
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.
Wallace R. Rnrrlnjfton,
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
Hnl j Editorial Rooms,
Australia Is quick to oxtcml tlio
glad hand to Hawaii. Sumo to ou,
Tito rcatliiiK public would ho best
satisfied If Anna Gould would man)
her Count Sagan and t.iKe Jo tho
The New York Bun lu a burst of
anger s.is Senator 1'orakcr la "down
and out " No one arises to deny tho
Really good, honest people arc fcad
ly ridiculous at times. Think ot ac
complishing a great moral reform In
a "quiet way."
Honolulu can't understand It A
man hus come to town who Is wildly
enthusiastic ocr Hawaii and has no
graft to work.
Some moralists becomo so strictly
moral for conscience's sake that the
practical result Is tho promotion of
Any man Is likely to prove a sugar
prophet this jo.tr The experts ro
lost In the midst of conditions ner
Tho "Glad Hand" society ot Hono
lulu might also exert itsolf In a
"merry sunshine" campaign against
the Honolulu croakers.
Unless Honolulu stirs Itself ths
cable-Blilp-Hestorcr Is officially and
permanently lost to tho city, and
community business thereby reduced
more, than a thousand dollars u
Somo people don't enro an) thing
about tho "cussed Issues" of tho Kali
campaign, but they would really llko
to know who put In that one vote for
Davo Wtthlngton. And this Is good
citizenship exemplified and madeglb-'
President Castro as tho agent of
tho Asphalt Trust may be shaping bin
policies with no other purposo than
to force the return of tho Meet to
tho Atlantic, notwithstanding tho
fact that thrco good cruisers of tho
Iroquois typo should Bllcnco all Ven
Tho man who can swear Hl.e a plr
ato and pose in Sunday School Is not
tho one to send out on a mission of
reforming trre-town in other matters
Nor do tho ordinary citizens. becomo
enthusiastic ocr tho high moral
standards of nn Individual who
strives to promoto good work by
browbeating and threatening anoth
er. HAWAII'S LOCAL ISSUES.
Many of tho political workers hay
they tio not know what the Issues of
Hawaii's local campaign will he.
Moro of tho "Jusl-ordlnary" citi
zens biy they don't want to trouble
themselves at this timo with tho pro
bable Issues of the local campaign.
The line-up Is too far off.
Here jou havo the conditions of
Indifference that culminate In a great
furore as the party platforms are
about to, be framed in some back of
fice The conventions nro hold nnd
the platforms adopted, whereupon
somo good citizen rubs his oyes and
gives voire to n brilliant Idea that
would have been ot value had It
been advanced at up earlier date
Falling to secure recognition, unablo
to stop tho wholo machinery of pol
itics, ho protests against tho evils ot
coif-government by bad men.
That Is where tho good citizen
with his brilliant Idea loses out year
after year. Ho docs not want to talk
of campaign Issues until It Is too late,
and his talk falls on deuf cars.
What nro to be tho Issues of tho
What do tho citizens of tho Terri
tory Intend to make tho Issues or tho
campaign, other than tho struggle of
tho "outs" to take' tho places of tho
Do the citizens of tho Territory
plants fw platitudes, on local option
and'Ut'lt gout that?
Is It the expectation of the people.
to otfor any local declarations for lo-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Office, - 256
Entered at the rontofticr at Honolulu
ai aecond claaa muter.
APRIL 2, 1903
c.il promotion ot transportation fa
cilities? Do the men who bcllco In straight
polltku liopo to gtln n primary law
for tho people by sleeping over It?
Or Is it tho scheme to lay low, rush
a few ancient paragraphs through,
and, when the Legtulaturo Is elected,
slzo up the situation nnd decldo how
each man can bo "most easily bun
dled" by threats or Boft words?
If honest results are Bought, the
time to shape campaign Issues Is well
In nduutco of campaign excitement
The Improved nnngoes of Moano
lua nro to bo grown with a view to
a production of better mangoes
throughout the Islands Moanalua Is
not operated on tho theory of creat
ing something o uiluc to ho closely
guarded lest tho people get enjoj
ment from It. Scnlco to the public
Is tho 'basis 'of the wholo establish
ment.' May wo hopo thnt Hllo will not
confine Itself wholly to tho "knock
ing" It receives from somo Honolu
lans. It was largely Honolulu money
that built tho Mauna Kca nnd mado
the route to Hllo easier. Other fol
lows may talk, but money carries tho
weight of conviction.
Slnco nil tho Republican candidates
havo taken the same cuo on the tariff
question, the division of tho Repub
lican National Convention will prob
ably bo on Corporation and Antt-Cor-porntlon.
In which case, whero will
A landlords' combination to sccuro
their house-rents might be poor pea
motion Uternturo to send the llowcry
bojs planning to como this way.
Hllo's breakwater contract has at
least dovoloped the fact that unex
pected persons havo been on a still
hunt for tho necessary rocks.
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,
Tho A-l Steamer CLAUDINU
lcaes Honolulu for Hllo on Friday.
Tor information regarding tho trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort nnd Merchant Sts.,
Vi - T
Bungalow on Pacific Heagts..1050.
Four homes in Punahou District,
$2900., $4500., $4750., and $3100.
Building lots in Manoa Valley, $800.
All bargains, t fyi
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
Jiae to think ahead
INSURE YOUR HOME
ngalnst loss from fire
nnd jou will protect
yourself against futuro
INSURE YOUR FURNITURE
for tho samo purpose.
Wc issue best policies.
IfptoJk ftiii" &ftW
Si welcoming strangers.
Tho propositi that Honolulu hnvo
a "w'clcomo society" to greet stran
gers arriving on thf Incoming stcim
chips has been rocclvcd with much
the same Blde-stcpplng'tlmt n bashful
small boy meets the proposal of his
teacher that ltd" speak a plcco In
Tho youngster thinks not so much
ot his speech as he docs ot what tho
hojs will sny It ho docs aft thing out
of tho usual.
Or It may bo that tho man ap
proached to constltuto himself .
"welcome Bocloty" has the snme
squirmy feeling tho tourist experi
ences when first adorned with n lei
Ho looks nround to bcc If tho other
fellow Is decorated and If "7Jcrliodj
Thero Is no particular reabon why
tho welcoming ot passengors with
the glad-hand and flowers and the
hand should not be quite ns much n
fcaturo ot tho arrhal ot steamships
ns It Is of their departure Enough
good peoplo havo gono away from
Hawaii to warrant somo enthusiasm
oer those coining to the Islands.,
The "welcome society" Idea Is n
giipd one. Its scopo Ih limited only
to good-will of tho peoplo ntjd tho
men who hae tho time, to devoto to
It. Particularly tho latter.
There has jet to bo offered lu pub
lic cvldenco nny convincing sugges
tion that n large number of Honolulu
citizens aro distressed with whatever
method or lack of method may bo op
erating to control or not control tho
social oil In this city.
It is truo thero aro somo citizens
who havo ery rabid Ideas on this
subjoct, and It Is proper to credit
them with honesty ot comlctlon,
nut these, gentlemen uro not the
onlj persons on earth who havo hon
est convictions. They nro not the
only ones who havo good homes and
live pure lives and want to contluuo
They nro not tho only members of
this community who appreciate their
duty ns citizens to uphold moral stan
dards, keep down vice, and protect
the jouth of the Iandfrom degrada
tion. History recognizes tho fnct that a
few good men muBt leaven tho whole
loaf and keep ever body In the
straight and narrow path, but thero
Is alwaja a difference of opinion ns
to which of tho good men shall bo
classed as tho best.
It Is only natural thnt when peo
plo set themselves up ns community
dictators, their own standards should
be discussed with particular refer
ence to tho level of their activities in
Tho result Is a lot of lll-wlll stirred
up and eventual return to tho prac
tlca) conditions which alleged re.
formers stilted to reform. Mean'
while much hud odor has been gcncr
ated and no sned crime of It.
For Your Next Evenin? 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,
Secretary Wood has prepared tho
following report which ho will sub
tult to tho Promotion Committee nt
Us meeting this afternoon:
I am pleaEcd (o rrpoit thai, from
tho clippings now coming to hand, it
lscldent that the I'lornl Parade,
held on Washington's lllrthdny, Is
getting to bo wldcl) known ns nn an
nual event with in nnd Is iccclvlng
many dcsencdly favorable notices
from the press on tho mainland. With
oCr News lltireau in operntlon, wo
will bo able to give much wider pub
licity to such Items of general Inter
est than the now receive
In rcgnid to tho establishment ot
tho Press Ncwh llurrnii, lwould re
port that, b tho Hongkong Maru,
scheduled to'p.ill April 10th, n circu
lar letter, enclosing it copy of our
map, "The Cross Roads of tho Pa
cific," will bo Bent to some scen
hundred papers, covering thoroughly
tho West and Northwest, Including
Canada. Wo will also rcich tho lar
ger towns of tho Mlddlo West uml
threo or four pttpeis In each of the
-J"o asslsl the local teachers In tholr
effort to bring tho National Educa
tional Association to Hawaii, wo
took up tho matter with some main
land educators, something ocr n )ear
ago, and hato their promlso to urge
Hawnll for 1910 Wc hao also sug
gested to tho Commissioner ot lldu
catlon nt Washington that bo uso his
Influence to bring about tho holding
of th3e Conventions in some of our
Insular possessions, commencing with
Hawaii, In 1910,
In response to our request, the
Mntson Nnlguthm Company nnd tho
Oceanic Steamship Company ma
undo a tcachtrs' excursion into, to
tho Co 1st, good for four months, fof
1100, tho .Mtspn s'nigat!on Coin
piny Vequlrlng a part or not lc-
than fifteen, to secure the into, tho
Oceanic Steamship' Company" requir
ing a party of not less than fifty.
i:ery mall brings letters from thp
Faithf ul 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. WichmaTi & Co.
Easter Attractions !
Our Swell New Line has
and we're, ready to show you
Home-Made and Gxmther's
INEASTER BOXES FOR THE GROWN FOLKS.
freshness and uualitr of
their best testimonial.
Until April 8th
Curtice Bros. Sv.cct Pic
3-lb. jam $1.00 S5
Snider's Oyster Cocktail
Sauce 30o 20
Shasta Jams (assorted) :
Mb. jars , 25o 20
' WHOLESALE 02
general and trailing passenger
agents of tho lending railroads ot tho
United States acknowledging tho re
ceipt of pipers nnd pamphlets sent
them, ninny of them expressing the
Intention ot visiting Hawaii at their
earliest convenience nnd asking for
As a direct result ot our contlnunj
efforts, these wlde-nwnko buslnci'S
iu6n aro getting better nnd better ac
quainted with Hawaii. f I
Uy tho steamer Maramn wo rccclv-
cd letters from different parts of
Australia, also from Colombo, Ceylon,
acknowledging receipt of maps, fold
ers, nancrs. etc.. and oxprosMne a do-
si'io to hear more of Hawaii 1
Our wall map, "The Cross Roads of
the Pat Illc," Is now dlsplnyod'ln tho'
ofllco of every steamship company'
doing business on the Pacific It can
also bo found In nil tho tourist agen
cies throughout Australia and Ntiw'
Zealand, ns well as In Thoi. Cook-&
Son's olllccs the'world over. Anoth'eqJ
edition of n thoivuiidtcould ho pitted
tpfgj)od advance. .
a nicMAiiLn nnxitiuv tor Tun
Whisky and Beer'Habii;
Very few men become drunkards
cause they llko liquor. It Is frequenlj
iy the moderate drinker, who before he
realizes his conJ4ton, has becomo a
drunkard. The' norvous s)stem, hav
ing become accustomed to stimulant;,
If unablo to do tbn same amount or
qtnllty of work without liquor, honcc
the victim drinks more and more. This
u a stato ot 'dlscaso and should ho
treated by Orrlne. It destrojs the de
sire for liquor, so that tho drink Is not
missed. .'Ihero is no loss ot tlmo or
detention from work when It is used.
Orrino Is prepared in two forms: No
1, tha secret remedy which can bo used
in food or drink without the knowledge
of tho pntieut; No. 2 for those w be
take tha remedy of their own frea will.
Iloth forms nro guaranteed A reg
istered guaranteo In cicry box.
Treatise on how to cure druukennoss
Irco on request.. Tho Orrino Co ,, Wash
ington, D, C. Tho prlco of either form
Ih $1 a box, making the cost of the
complete cure less than one. tenth what
It is ustiall) charged at sanitariums,
with a guarantco that tho expense will
bo nothing unless a euro Is gained.
Mall orders filled In plain scaled pack
age on receipt of price. '
Orrino is for sale by Honolulu Dim;
Honolulu has well gained the repu
tation of belno a clean city. Tht only
way we can maintain came is by keep
Ing at work.
tonro for forgery.
ghen 10 oar Van-
just arrived on tho Alameda,
the very best Easter Novelties
E TAKE PLEASURE IN QUOTING the following SPECIAL PRICES on a few of
our standard goods. These prices are mfde solely with r. view to intercstini
our cistomcrs in these special articles, which wc can highly recommend.
Wc will make such special offers from time to time, guaranteeing tho
tho ftoods in every instance, and feel
Asparagus "Silver Crest"
N large, green
medium, green ..'...
Our Easter Cards for 1908
as also ourupplies of
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.,
arc 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.
TIios. G. Thrum.
STATIONER, ETC., 1G03 FORT ST.
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Our full line of Cards and Novel
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Particular attention to Island or
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