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EVENING BTJIXBTIN, HONOLULU, Ti H.', TUESDAY, 'ArrULT7,' 1908'..-. "
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
DaUy every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
VVaUnco R. Ptirrlngton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Month, Anywhere In US,. 0 .7rt
Per Qutrter, anywhere In US.. . 3.o
Per Year, amrtvherelnUS H.oo
Per Year, pttpai J, foreign, . . . Il.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
mi I Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 Business Office, - 256
MUDSLINGERS AND PIKKHAM.
The snilrchers anil assassins of
chutneter have succeeded In bespat
tering Mr. I'lnkham with not a llt
The old henH hae cackled anil laid
a variety of colored eggs nil for the
purpose of destroying public confl
uence in Mr. I'lnkham.
The net result of the whole mlaor
alilc business Is that the majority of
the people throughout that section
of the town known n the business
community are not only Batlbllcd that
the campaign Is one of pure mud and
personal Bpltc, but that Mr. I'lnkham
has made a first-class ofllclal and
should be reappointed.
The attacks on Plnkham's Integ
rity have resulted In an exhibition of
backing and filling that Is ridiculous.
"The Man Who Corrupted Hadle
burg" was not made more, amusing
by Mark Twain than the city moral
ists have made themselves a laugh
ing stock by charging that .Pip kharo.
Is responsible for all tho aIegeiTsln
and the alleged law-breaking, when
they admit that their own lovely
representatives, whose business It is
to enforce tho law, do not enforce 1.
and do not Intend to do as the' le
quest. There Is every, reason to be'1'
tho conservative sentiment of
tne town Is not only out of sympathy
with tho mud-campaigners but ans
confidence In PInkham and will join
with Hllo In urging his reappoint
ment. THE SDGAR MARKET.
The sugar market bids fair to con
tinue In Its present finorablo status,
as far as Hawaii Is concerned.
Reports received by tho latest mall
from the Coast demonstrate Uiat-tbe
experts havo been far f rjitn c orrwt
In estimating the shortage; ufTlrc.CU
ban crop. Karly In the xeaton the
most pesslmlstU' placed the Cuban
crop at 1,200,000 tons. Now they
reduce It to 1,000,000. and there Is
very good prospect that tho flguro
will fall below this by tit least ono
hundred thousand tons.
During the last few days the price
for London beets has been steadily
falling, and n reduction in the prlca
of cane sugars may be expected at
itny time. There Is no danger, how
ever, that the price for cane sugur
will fall below four cents.
The European situation Is un
doubtedly influenced by the planting
for the next crop, Mr. I.lclit report
ed bad weather for planting up to
the middle of March. This condition
may hnvo Improved with Increased
sowings In prospect from the general
high prices. -'
Tho beet sowings of Kurope will
not be finished until well toward tho
middle of May. If the weather con
ditions nro favorable and the sow
ings show a heavy percentage of In
crease, the price will be leveled ac
cordingly. A steady four-cent or four-and-n-quarter
market will be fat better for
these Islands than u further ndvanco
approaching five cents. The presont
figure assures our producers a very
good profit, and a good average or
prices for; next year. "
Look for a reduction In price, but
don't let It worry you.
PEARL HARBOR'S FIRST VICTORY.
The action of the Houso of Repre
sentatives yesterday In passing tho
preliminary appropriation for open
ing Pearl Harbor and establishing n
naval base there comes under the
head of tho greatest and best news
this Territory has received sln.cu the
annexation of the Islands.
The American people havo waked
That Is what the passage of the
bill represents and It means "more to
the country and to these Islands than
can bo expressed In any monetary
figures carried In tho appropriation
Wo know that, having imule tho
start, delayed for two generations
the American Congress, backed !y
the aggressive common sowo of the
people, will carry forward tho good
work, of maltlnc tho most of this
Per 5I Mimllts 8 Ho
Per Year, anywhere In US I.oo
Per Year, an) where In CaniJa. . . I. no
Per ear joMpaid, foreign 3.oo
Entered at the PcHtoffice at Honolulu
at M-ruml clam m titer.
APRIL 7, 1908
The cause of this awakening, so
long postponed nnd now so sudden,
Is tho final realization by the people
at large that Hawaii Is on the map;
that America hag Interests In the
I'.iclflc worth protecting; and If not
protected they will not long bo un
der the rontiul of tho American na
tion. Tho peace-preacheis who urge that
preparations for war shall cease In
order that tho other fellow may be
Inspired to nssumo less warlike pol
icies, have had their day. They are
actuated by the best of motives, but
they lack the practical sense which
tells tho citizen of every country to
day that the mlllcnlum has not ar
rived, war has not vanished from the
list of probabilities, and Internation
al friendships last only so long ns
they satisfy selfish national Inter
ests. - - .
" ""liftwnll Is 'altogether too precious
a Jewel to bo trusted to fate, llko a
prize in a grab-bag. It Is worth far
llTor 'tOheitlnHciLStates than the
three millions of dollars or there
abouts, which Is tho estimated coBt
of "io proposed naval station." This
U t ie way the San Francisco I3u.Uo
t'n puts It, and there Is very ltttlo
more o bo said. Hawaii has' 'beon
saying tho sanie, thing for years in
varying phraseology. Finally' the
tulk has borne fruit, thanks to visi
tations from Congressional friends
and a bcaro that has given benighted
malnlanders n powerful reminder
that the l'aclllc noeds a fair amount
Tho advantages of his Pearl liar-
f HE GREAT ATTRACTION OF THE
. T-i XMJUiUil
Latest reports show unusual ac
tivity In tho crater.
The next opportunity to vUlt thlB
natural wonder will be by the Btenm
bhlp CI.AUDINK, sailing on Friday,
April 10th, at 5 o'clock p. m.
For tickets und Information re
garding tho trip apply to
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
uor. iort ana Merchant Sts.,
King Street $40.00
King Street $40.00
Prospect Street $50.00
Seretania Street $35.00
King Street $15.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Seretania Street $40.00
Emma Street $50.00
Beretania Street $18.00
Lunalilo Street $23.00
Matlock Avenue $22.50
Aloha Lane $18.00
Kewalo Street . , $22.50
Hotel Street . . .t $20.00
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
A Bargain Makiki District. Three
bedroom, modern cottage. Cash or
Corner Fort nnd Merchant Sts.
mk Ijmk LoM
Ainahau, Waikikl $76.00
Judge Dole's Cottage, Wat- .
Prospect Street $50.00
College Hills .'$60.00
Sjwfi Hmd $mM
i,nr ,iovnUitimpnt to this cltv and this
Territory nre Infinitesimal when
compared with tho servlco that will
be rendered the Nation through tne
promotion of trans-Paclflc commerce
nnd protection for nil the nrts of
The United States Congress, the
neonle of tho mainland, nnd our Del
egate to Congress are to bo congrat
ulated on the Pearl Harbor legisla
tion up to the present date.
And since that great advocate of
Peace Senator Hale Is convinced
that Pearl Harbor Is a necessity, we
may with confidence believe that tho
Pearl Harbor Naval Station, thor
oughly equipped nnd amply protect
ed, will bo a reality within n com
paratively few yeaio.
lllf NEW HAWAIIAN ill
I1Y EI.L.A WHEELER WILCOX
The averngo white man who comos
on hla flrst visit to tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, however much he may have
heard of the changca mndo by the
passing ot years, seems to expect an
encounter with the savage conditions
existing In the days of Captain book.
The Polynesians who Inhabited
theiso Islands were never canhlbals;
they wcro never slaves; they were al
ways (at least from the tlmo of tho,
great Ka-mca-mca) organizers nnif
Woman was never the subordinate
crcaturo In the Polynesian race which
she has been and is In many other
dark-skinned and savage races.
Tho king's consort nnd tho prin
cesses always commanded great ro-
spect, nnd the reign of many queens
Yet Infnntlcldo was prevalent hero
among tho lower ranks, costumes
weru uuureviaieu anu lueus ui iuui;ui'
Ity wero not strict; the native dance
tho hula (pronounced ns If "u" were
double "o") was both historic and
Tho kings of old, In all lands, kept
their dancers, who were tnught lo
cator to tho sated Imagination of
monarchs. The King of the Hawaii
an Islands mndo the hula dancers
popular. The Importation of Ameri
can gin often turned the dance into
The American tourist expects to
sec tho hula dance on his arrival. Ho
still expects the nntlve girls to bo
more or less free when ho makes ad
vances, as ho has been told they
wero In tho days of tho old Balling
vessels and after the arrival of tho
Hut he Is not long in discovering
that a New Hawaiian Qlr! has come
Into existence with the progress nf
Honolulu possesses a largo popula
tion of educated and refined nntlve
girls and women and ns many more
of half white young women. There
nro descendants of both lines of royal
families here who nre self-supporting
young women stenographers, sales
women, teachers, clerks and no
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,
il "The fnct that raws oro today
tt quoted ns being twenty cenlB
11 nbovo boots Is a very significant
It clrcuni8tnnce," said u prominent
St stockbroker this morning. "Thero
tt has often been a difference1 bo
lt tween tho prices of tho two, In
It favor of beets, ranging up to
tt oven eight or nlno dollars, but
11 this Is tho first time for oars
tt thht raws havo been priced high
tt er tlian beets.
tt "Tho renMiu for this rtnto of
tt affairs Is quite plainly tho short
tt ago ot tho visible supply of cano
tl sugnr. Cuba is G5U.000 tons
tt short, and Jawi, Mauritius, I'or
11 to Rico and other cano prodtic
St Ing countries arc also short, tho
tt consequence being tho ilso In the
tt prlco of cano sugar. This meant
11 good prospects ahead for Ha
tt 11 11 St It tl It It tt 11 tt tt tt 11 tt St
where will a traveler find women in
similar positions with higher Ideals
of behavior or a greater senso of self
respect thnn In the Hnwnllnn Islands.
These young women are usunlly at
tractive; often beautiful. They re
sent unduo familiarity as would tho
well-born girl In the United States.
Many of these girls have been sent
to lloston, New York or San Fran
cisco to ndorn homes, to bo good
wives, mothers and citizens.
They resent the Idea that because
they are brown of skin men feel frco
to approach them with any Idea of
These girls would no sooner think
of dancing tho hula than would our
refined American girls think of danc
ing tho can-can for strangers who
happened to our shores.
Yet It Is difficult to convlnco tho
American youth of the clean, lino
standards which these young women!
have set for themsolves. Hecnuso an
these Islands may be found tho clnrs
of women which exist everywhere,
the tourist of n certain typo pre
sumes to Imaglno that all tho brown-
skinned women belong to that class.
Tho Hnwnllan girl today Is no lon
ger "a typo"; she Is a woman with
Ideals, aspirations, nmbltons, and
Alllinll!)j,th New Hawaiian (llrl!
She belongs to our now Territory
,6f thq, United K tales, und sho should
be treated with nil the respect which
she is entlfied to.
All hall'to the Now Hawaiian Girl!
We will cut you a stylish
Visiting-card Plate and print
100 cards from the same,
H. F. Wichman & Co.
PRINTERS OF HIGH-GRADE
1042-1050 FORT ST.
t jfr .
Easter Attractions !
Our Swell New Line has
and we're ready to show you
IN EASTER BOXES
There's a place for everything you'll need in our Steamer T r u n k s. We have
LADIES' DRESS, HAT, and WARDROBE Trunks and Valises, OLADSTONE and
CLUB Bags, Suit Cases, Shawl and Trunk Straps, and fine wool Stea
mer Rugs that arc indispensable to the comfort of the traveler. Call and see them.
freshness and quality of
their best testimonial.
Until April 8th
Curtico Bros. Sweet Pic
3-lb. jars $1.00 85
Snidcr's Oyster Cocktail,
Sauce -' 30c 3
Shasta Jams (assorted) :!
1-lb. jars 25o 201
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 6, 1908,
Manuel E Madclros nnd wf to l'clo-
clanuo Porclrn D
Ellzu U Kaumualll to Kaholokahlkl
Keulohapauolo to Koloa Sugar Co
Mis Mary Chat man -t al to Koloa
Sucar Co Ltd .....M
Dull. Bids & I-onn Socy of Hawaii
Ltd to Mngnant Itnlo ltd
Entered for Record April 7, 1003,
Paul Muhlendorf Tr to John Knpa
John Knpal.il to Mrs, Amos J Mil
Mrs Air.oi J Nawuo and hsb to J A
II. mi, .rr " "
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE HA
WAIIAN BAR ASSOCIATION
Thero will bo a bpcclal meeting ot
tho Hawntlan liar Association at tho
Tlnnulillcnii hnnilnimrtol'B. 82& Mor-
chant stieot, on Thursday, April 9th,
1U08, nt 4 p. in., to tiiko up anu ms
cuss the advisability ot tho appoint
ment of a Ret and Judgo to tho U. 8.
District Court In Hawaii.
W. A. ailUENWKIJj,
Honolulu, April 7, 1908. "it
ju3t arrived on the Alameda,
the very best Easter Novelties
FOR THE GROWN FOLKS,
E TAKE PLEASURE IN QUOTING the following SPECIAL PRICES on a few of
our standard goods. These prices are made solely with a view to interesting
our customers in these special articles, which we can highly recommend.
Wi will mnlex siieli imeelal offers from. time tn time, fimmnfepincr the
the goods in every instance, nnd feel
May & ' Co., Ltd.,
WHOLESALE 02 PHONES 22 HETAIL Ml
Our Easter Cards for 1908
as alao our supplies of
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.,
are specially selected to meet the
taste of our community, and tho
is published to meet the need of var
ied, reliable information pertaining
to the land we live in.
Tlzos. G. Thrum.
STATIONER, ETC., 1003 FORT ST.
the days on
St. Clair Bidgood,
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
Wall, Nichols Co.", Limited
4000 C-rcen rtooflng Slnto 10"xl
E00 Ono nnd Two Piong Iron Fence
1 SB-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Cnstlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought PIpo.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
Having engaged Mr, Geo. L. Lcnord,
the cxporOpiuno tuner and pianola
repairer, wo nro now prepared lo
attend to nil piano tuning and im
pairing. All work guaranteed.
,WAM'. NICHOLS CO., I..TD., Telo-
Oihiie.2dlV J. "aocu.tf
But have a GOOD TIME. Your
good time will depend very largely,
upon the comfort you enjoy in trav
eling. Be sure that you have the right
trunk before you start, one that
is strong, convenient, handsome.
Haberdasher and Clothier,
Corner fort and Merchant Streets
certain that a trial wil' be
Until Further Notice
Asparagus "Silver Crest"
large, white SOo 35
medium, white 45o 30(
large, -rcen 45c 30
medium, green 40c 25
Asparagus Tips ....... 35c 25
Lilliputian Opera Comp'y
WEDNESDAY anil THURSDAY,
Tcrfcct Scenic Productions in Everv
PRICES: 25c, 50c, and 75c. Box
MATINEES: SOo and 25c.
During the long warm
days your wife will
have comfort if she has
It is the most econom
ical way to live while
getting out of life all
there is in it.
, awMai, .jtkiflaafr-.