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VOL. X. NO. 3972
BRIQGS TALKS TO COMMERCIAL
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J: lltor l: v c ii I ii k Mil I lot In. What Is the Civic Kcd-
I would like to Know. Tliov t. ly II lu tin Independent body.
-fr I (.lion lil say 11 wns. It Is mi vurj Independent that It refuses
O- In y,o mil ii list of Its incnilicrHhlp.
- It h nlaii mi Independent Hint whun dlscusblng public
iiMtlnr tho "oiocutlvo" holds Hi rcwIoii In react.
Thl Is tlio thing lli'nt la offeicd against tho consolidated
$ sentiment (if tho straightforward lmIncss Mini nf 1 1 1 1 - illy nml
nr llllo. meeting In public am! caylng what they havp In say
Wlmt urn vn up ngnliist? Tho ilnys nf tliu Inquliltlnn?
O Is tho (lovcrmir to lie leil by u pcciot sculnn "T
poisonl who ilon't ilai n to tell from whence limy Inlio their
O- mitlmrlty or what thoy rcpicsimt except thonisolvcs?
O M. I'.
Scepticism Of Clerks
Amounts To An.
Tim tu I.'ws mill Ihc iiK'tlm.ls med
by the ntl'clals In tin' te nlbee worn
r.llki) in.iMed this nfte m'miii nt tho
ineUliig whk'h thi' T. Commission
cillcil Tor tho imipiiM' nt i;-iihcilug 11
f'ollct'tlmi (if kicks nil the subject
Anions lliiwn wln'i hiiip'kc '. M. Cooke
wjb t'Hpecliillv omphalic In his uxpios
don against Ihu apparent dlsiegard
which Ihu iilltrlals had fnr llio 11.1II1
with which rhc citizen accompanied
his tax return. Ilu ulsii, staled Ills
conviction that tho olllco m,lght well
cut down Its foice.
Chairman I'eiry nprucil t tin mcet
I uk by staling that (bo Comiuiwiliin
wan rruil) In lu-ir suggest Inns anil
rnniphlnlit hut would express 1111
I, I'. lirown if Iho Dearborn
Drill; Cn. iiinipliilueil of thu foirlgu
uiipiii.illnu law. lie Ht 11 1 i'd th.it bis
fluu oiibl ovado tho law by spend- 1
Ing J "ill In getting nut p.ipors as aj
Ideal ciriurutliiii. but It wnnletl Jus
tlco Ho rcciimuicntlci! that tho tax '
be Inwernl finni SHOO tn Slid, tho1
fni"ier being tho llfonko II now hail
In pay simply Ih'imiisc li was nut 11 .
I' I' .limes Mibl tiiat till' 1I1II11-1
qul'iify tux nf 10 por lent, togctlior
(Continued on Prge 2) I
These arc the very swelleot and nattiest trousers of
the season. They are ell looped for belts', and have side
buckles. We offer them at prices from
CORNER OP FORT
The best way to
3:80 O'CLOCK ,f it's in tne Bulletin the customer you want reads it ED1TJON
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. APRIL 9. 1908
jACHI HAS FIXED
UP LABOR SLATE
Many Politicians Figure
On His Proposed
Wlillo the members or tho regular
political parties nay that It Is still
too early to talk County politics,
Knxy (iranilpu Aehl Is working nvcr
t lino getting his Labor party iiigan
Izeil. Willie ho Is (onfltilng Ills
wink to Oalui bo Is very active hero,
nml I be niilslilo districts bavo np
paiciitly been tho recipients of his
special attnntloti, nltbougli Honolulu
has not been overlooked.
. r'rmilt I'.ihln, It Is said, has or
ganized n branch nf tho Labor party
nt Kooliui. Ilavlil Watson Is alMi
tccllng th tempsraturo of that dis
trict. Ux-ltoud Supervisor of Kw.i
tirurgo Nawaakoa Is looking after
tho political affairs of tho Labor par
ty at IJwii. It Is r'opnrlcd that ho
has many followers. Wm. ltatliliiu 11
Is working on tho. road. His men
lmvo been lustructod to oto for tho
Labor party. Win. Kcknl and Wm.
Olepaii aiu abo looked upon as guid
Tlio latest report ha It, though
It Is Eomowhat doubtful, that 8. Ka
lelopu mid Sam Dwlght arc seriously
(Contlnueo on P.ige 2)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
inforto patrons is for a merchant to display his goods in
Evening - Bulletin
VASHINGTON, D. C, April 0.
The President scut a message to
Congress today in which he urges
legislation against anarchy. He nro
poses to close the mails to papers
expressing anarchistic opinions.
EVANS IS WORSE
PASO ROBLES, Cal., April 0.
Admiral Evans is not as well today
and quite rcstlcsi. It is said that
his condition is complicated with or
LIABILITY ACT PASSED
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 0.
The Senate has passed the House
Employers' Liability act.
HE AND DICKEY WRITE LETTER
TO NEWSPAPERS FOR BEN
EFIT OF IAUKEA ON
"HNroitci: tiii: law, it's tiIk
ONLVTIIINt! TO DO,"
Open Letter In tun Sheriff, (living
Iliiilorhcinciil nf Ills l'livont
Honolulu, April ttjh, I90S.
To Col. O. P. laiikca, Sheiltf of Oaliu,
Honolulu. II. T.
Dear Sir: Wn present tills open
(Continaedom Page 4)
The Tojn Kben Kulslia liner Hung
koug Alain hus been sighted tun 111 1 let
off Umber's l'olnt Hho will nrrUo
early this afternoon
(Special U 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 Wireless) -f
-f Walluku. Muni, April . .Mrs.
Rarah Alull, slhtor of Judgo Ku- -f
pnikiil, died Ibis forenoon from
f apoplexy, at tho ago of CI years.
Tho funeral will bo held this -f
f ovenlng. -f
You Have Bumped
so often into this little ad. that we
know inquirers for the BEST fruit
for shipping will be referred to
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING, PHONE 15.
Long, Cold Drink
Fort Street. Phono 40.
I ! fl BkH in l
UuiJyUB ' - I
SAN FRANCO SPIRIT
A. H. Briggs Talked To
"I want flrit tn Impress 0:1 you tin'
liuirir'uncy nf jour Islands," said A.
II. Drills of San 1'iainlsco, who iipoko
before tlio members of tlio Conimcr
(hi Club t'hlay at lunch "Thcso U
lands 1110 ono nf the most valuable.
aeiiubiltlnn.i of the t'nltiil Status, It
t)icy .lie tecuro. Hut mi'm-ure, they
iii-o .1 constant source of temptation
In utlii r countries Theie!.r li U
Hint fortifications should be. and I
bt'llt'iu :.lll bo, Cfti'illihed along ilia
"I was nskcil b jour li v blent tn
speak on tho "Ilclialllt' itlo'.i nf Sim
rranclnco.' Now S.in KrKiielsco
knows thut IIouolul tlcxlsto. It l.vs
that somewhero nut across tlio wai
of (he bltio I'aclflr thvro Is n place
that Is-rhailnlnr ImuI of oiirluiut
iiicnl, where thcio Is soniuttitiu be-,
sides sugar nml color scheme. 'I hero
Is annthertliliiK that ou wl'l teach
us, that Is, that this Is a para.nse f')"
lnafers us well as busy men. A tliuo
Is coming, If It has not already romc,
when tho pineapple kings, nml ilio
rlco Kings, will rank with tho sugar
barons. Into tlin Unltoil Stale lis
comu a realization of tho groat cli
matic condition horo.
"To return, San Francisco was hit
far more hnrd by a flro than she 'ui
by tho cartliiu,iko. Walls of (lames
100 feet high ato their way ihrciiKh
tho city. Threo days of tf nr.-l Pa'i
Krambcn was in ruins, T'icro only
icmnlnod one thing tn do. and that
was In glvo Ihu ashes decent Inter
ment In Los Angoles or Seittlo.
"lint there was 0110 thing Hint re
mained lu San 1'ranclnco that neith
er fire nor cartlniuako demolish. San
KranclEcn spirit. It was In Iho men
who first made San Krunclsco, und It
remained with them. They got to
gether, forgetting lliclr private Inter
ests, looking out for tho public good.
Out of tho ruin emerged nrganlzi.
Hon. 8orn dais tho work lu Hie city
was carried on lu an Infernal heat.
And here I want In mention one thing
that wo were taught. We learned Iho
Iruo value of (ho automobile. Over
Ihoso searing hot streets and side
walks, tho m.iclitnc.1 were made tn
run until the rubber on tho tires wore
off, nml lhc weio then run without
"Thorn Is one man whom 1 linn
often In iiilud. who Is a representative
of what isacilflcos woro mailo. The
iHy nf the p-e. ho put his wlfo and
ilaiibhler into an automobile ami scut
them tn safetv In tho country, and
then strnlghtwiiv went to work doing
nil in his pnur. not for his own pri
vate Intcrists but fur tho public good.
Ills homo was worth $1(10,00(1 and ho
lrul hiislnos.f lilockn nml holdings (hat
worn orlh several million dollars.
Ho had' one nf tho best organizing
brains of any man I over knew, and ho
adapted It to tho city's needs, Knr
olght days he did not leavo town nor
did lie have a chanco to take a hath.
When Are You
going to make out that will
of yours? Wc have been
telling you why it is neces
sary; NOW DO IT.
But do it in the right
way. Have it drawn, up in
PROPER LEGAL FORM.
We will do this for you
free of charge, if you make
us one of the exeoutors.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 0.
Congressman Gallagher has intro
duced the ocean moil subsidy bill as
an amendment to the Postal bill.
SUGAR TRUST WINS CASE
HEW YORK, N. Y., April 0. The
suit to recover $30,000,000. from
the American Sugar Refining Com
pany (the Trust) for alleged con
spiracy to ruin the Pennsylvania Re
fining Company has been dismissed
in tho Federal Court. The court
holds that the Sherman Anti-Trust
law does not apply.
A meeting nf tho Republican Terri
torial Central Committee will bo held
this afternoon at C o'clock. Arrange
iiieuti. for tho coming Territoilal con
vention will probably ho .tlio prin
cipal mutter dlt-cussed. Thcro Is
some talk of nil endorsement of I'lnk
ham but this Is not necessarily a mat
ter to bo taken up.
Tho Territorial Medical Association
meets this evening In tho oftlro of Dr.
Humphrls.-tho I'rcsldent It is under
stood 1111111110 majority of tho associa
tion considers thut tho administration
of Mr. Plnkham as president of tho
Hoard of Health, has been first class
mid ho Is entitled tn tho full con
fidence of Iho community.
"If jou'll ho mine," tho maiden said,
"I'll go and as your mother."
Hxriivo me," the young man replied,
"Hut I can only ho )our brother."
f 4 aj -f ? -i -J
At tho end of (ho tlmo, when ho hint
a chancu to go away, ho only remained
a day or so, (hen camo hack und let
contracts for new buildings and
Mructures. They aro ull up now.
That man Is 11 typo that jou cant
make stay down. Ho Is llko a rubber
ball. Tho harder jou thrown him
down tho higher ho will bounce,
"It Is ii Mirry fact that San Krun
risen did nut take advantsgo nf her
great nppoituulty nut of tho calamity,
end construct tho city beautiful. As
everyone knows, San Francisco Is n
(Continued on Page 5)
Served In Any Style At The
Alexander Young Cafe
J.Hopp & Co.
Lewers & Cooke Bldg.
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
(on leaves town for Walkiki and
College Hills at 10;30 a. u. every
: Giffard Pinkham I
"The members of tho Chambei of Cini.iiieice and tho
Men hauls' Association uro not so stupid thai lhc need tn ho
Informed that the lloaul of Ilc-ilth hai not the power to cs-
4- tnhllsh quarantine of (ills port as against foreign polls and
the mainland," said W. M. OIITird this morning "The great-
est nervb-o which Mr. I'lnUiam lias dniio towards the business
-4- community during his term of olllro has been that he has kept
the pnrt upon for shipments to mid from tho other Islands He
has by Ills administrative ability kept the port In such a con-
illtloii that the other Islands, luvo beau willing nt nil time to
receive goods from Honolulu, nml the firm have escaped the
- great illfnctlltics which would rellnw 11 quarantine relative to O
tho other Islands and the fumigation nt goods which woro to
ho tent there. It would bo tlio greatejt possible t-ourco of In-
cunveiilcnco to tho business men here If they ruiilil not Bend
their goods tn the outside Islauda. or If they had to fumlgato
them before sending, and fioni thl .Mr riukham's ndmlulstrn- V-
Hon nf his ilepartmonl bus saved the business lominuiilty "
PIRATES ARE NOT
GUILTY OF PIRACY
Men Who Stole Schooner
Lady To Be Charged
When la n plrato not n pirate?
This Is the question which V. S.
District Attorney llrecKons has had
In answer. Ho has concluded that a
pirate Is not a plrato when he Is not
11 sailor, oven It ho steals 11 vessel
which docs not belong to him. I'ir
this reason tho pirates nt tho schoo
ner Lady, which was wrecked on tho
reef tho other sldo of tho Island, are
no! to bo charged with piracy. Knr
the prisent (hey aro to bo held sim
ply under ti charge, of larceio. How
ever, It Is probable that some more
serlouB chargo will bo laid against
them, such, for Instance, as looting
n vessel. The punishment for this
crime, which Is provided under some
nnrleiit statute, Is sovcre, a lino nf
110,000 und ten years In jail.
Stopheu Smith and Chailcs Ducj
bury, tho two men who stole tho
schooner Lady and started nut on 11
wild plrnTo cruise to the South, Kcai.
only to be wrecked on the reef on
the other sldo of tho Island, aro to
liavo their hearing this afternoon.
As (hey both confess their guilt. It Is
linnrobahlo Hint ativ defense will be
offered, although (his may depend
somewhat upon tho chnrgo that Is '
eventually laid against them
V"" ftViW VWSiSKn'uM.T. ?
The name BANISTER on a line of men's shoes is a practical
guarantee of shoe superiority. Their business life of over sixty
years has been one continuous effort toward attaining and main
taining their position as LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF
HIGILEST GRADE SHOES FOR MEN.
We have some neat styles just arrived.
P. 0. Box 400.
The American public is a newspaper-reading
public. It reads for
treasure, for information and for ad
vice. It needs the chronicle of events
and the knowledge for supplying its
want. When the E v e n i n g B u I
1 c t i n enters the home it brings All
the World-News. All the Store-News,
ALL THE BUSINESS NEWS.
The trader of every class has tested
its value as the medium of quick exchange.
PRICE 5 CENTS
o o -o
- yl0, -
i PRODUCE; SURPRISES
Says laukea, May
"It Is certainly very surp.i-lug that
lilt first arrest tu be made under tho
laws ngalntt tho social evil .tine tho
agitation, thould bo mailo lu tho
Itlchards camp." said Chief of Detec
tives Taylor this noon, referring to
tho an est mailo under tho IZdmunds
Act of Mr.i. Walsh and Manuel Ter
ras. On tho whole tlio pollro aro Inclined
In In lime Hint tho enforcement of
thn law may lead to Iho brbiElng tu -light
nf somo very surprising facts,
and thut miiiio of tho will known
members o( 'ho community may ba
found to be connected ns owner.) or
otherwise with houses of a illsipput
"The enforcement nf tho faw mny
lend to some very surprising things,"
tnlil Sheriff laukea toil ly. "Wo know
of several places of n dlajeputnblo
character nf which v-cU known peo
ple are tlio owners, lessees or agonts.V
"Would n place wherein nn nrrcsr
under tho Kdmiinds Act wns mado ho
a disorderly Iioueo under the lav?"
asked the rcportor.
"It would." answcroil tho Slieijff,
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Anril 8.
SUOAR: 88 nnalvsis Beets, lis'
G3-4d. Pnrity, 4.44 cents. Prev-
lous Quotation, lis. 3d.