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KVENIN'O BULLETIN, HONOLUttJ.
T. I! 8ATURDAY, APR. 11, 1908. - -tt-
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Funney Request Comes To
Governor From Penn
sylvania llnvo jou ,inj ' lued oi mlsuiteil
If on have, thoro la n ninii In the
town of Lonsdale, l'a , who would re
member jou very klndlj If jon would
lend lilm an assortment. Hut then
there lan't much chance for jou to
oblige the gentleman, for he hns
written a communication to (Inv
Now, there Is nothing stnck-it
about Wilfred Stover, who Is tin
man wishing stamps, nor It he un
usually particular about the kind or
Mumps, tlicj maj be uteri or mis
Uteri, mi long as they nro the nl!
(lul Hawaiian stickers. However.
Mr. Stover did not deem his rciuest
(is of sufficient 'mpo tame to he imi
talued within an onii'liw, to he
(.Imply used a lain po-4.il curd Wit
ness the following vvhli.ii v.as uri
diessed to tin I niti-il States (!nv-
BWsH62sFHiJ3i EVH pi$i f?Sf?'SSE1
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER & SUPPLY CO.,
GEO. G. GUILD, general manager Corner Fort and Queen Streets
fit . .
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n uni of 1 T.t v. a 1 1 ':
(ii-ntleiiioti. -The writer la start
ing tn tolled postage and won. be
plpmpil Indeed to receive me lln
vviillnn Stamp and write Jou to ns
eeitjln whether ou can send me a
fivv of thoie stamps either used oi
nlMised, us either kind will be hlgh-
i Iv appi eclated and Jour kindness will
be lemembered bj
Yours Verj Truly
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Teniperatuion 0 n in., r.9, S a m ,
72- 10 n. ni , 72, noon, 74, morning
liarometer, 8 a m , 30 OC; nbcolule
humidltj, S n in, 3 105 grains per
ruble foot; relative humidltj. S a. in.,
(.0 -- cent; dew point, S n. m.. 38.
Wind C n. in., velocity 2, direction
G; a in. eloclt 13, direction N
IC in a m, velocity IB. direction N.
R.; noon, velodtj 18, direction N. 13.
Uultif-ill dining 24 houia ended S n.
m . HI Inili
Total vv.'.d miiMM.ient riuiinc 24
houis en 'eil it luoii, 212 ihIUm
Wl II STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U S Weather Iturea"
Pliiliiiiipnn: That joiing Mr. Ilal
Invv doesn't know nearly as much as
1 I bought he did
VI -jlnli You must lemeniber ho
has been out of college fully two
PeacocK & Co,
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Queer Proposition Comes
Here In Another
The mall-man brought funny let
ters galore to the Capitol this morn
ing. They were headed for the Gov
ernor's private sanctum, but somehow
or other, they were side-tracked. The
first ono was a icqucst for "used or
misused" postage stamps. The man
who wiltes tho second wants to dec
oiate the city of Honolulu during
the staj of the I'leet here. He re
nriiks casually that lie will be able
to accept any proposition that mny
bu made him as soon as he has re
turned from "decorating tho South
ern end of California."
Thut there Is nothing small or
mean about the writer Is amply
shown In his letter, which Is hero-
Oakland, March 2C, 1908.
Hoard of Trade, Honolulu, U. S
Gentlemen I understand j-our
cltj Is contemplating Decorating for
t Mineral Water in the
GINGER ALES ,
r Vf-ii mnmy ywi r i w i W(
the entertaining of tho American
l'lect in July, I am In the btibstucss
anil would like to hear from you In
regard to Street work nnd Public
Ilulldlngi I have n Inrge stock, of
I uni open for n proposition from
jour City If jou have tho work and
thqre Is. not n Decorating Co there
would be very pleased to hear from
jou nt once so when I return fiom
Decorating' the Southern end of Cali
fornia I can accept jour proposition
f.7.1-12- St. Oakland Cal.
THE WR0NO GENDER
A small boy passing down Drond
way tno other day saw a placard In
n window reading, "Hoy wanted. Ay
ply within." As this boy was In the
business of looking for a Job, he wan:
In nnd asked for the boss. Getting
an Interview, he asked:
"Do jouso want n boy?"
"Yes," replied the merchant.
"Wot kind of a boy does yer
"Oh, n nice unlet boy who dooaa't
iki naughty words, smoke cigarettes,
whlstlo around the office, play tricks
f.i get Into mischief of nny kind."
"Ownn; jousc don't want n boy;
jouso wants a girl "
The Wctkly Edition of tho Zvenlno
fiulletln ojvea a complete summary of
hit news o the day.
ENVELOPES, ETC., ETC
VILE RESULTS OF
Marriage Polluted and
Lewd Conduct On
Tho first fruits of tho Tliwlng ngl
tntlon ripened jestcrday. A inot
disgusting spectacle Imaginable was
presented at the corner of Fort and
Hotel streets, where a soldier 'rora
the transport approached ono of tho
lel-women in a manner which should
convince oven Mr. Thwing. Partial
ly disrobing himself In tho most dis
gusting manner ho made Immoral ad
vances, crying out nt tho same time
that the closing of Iwllel should not
causa him to curb his desires. Ho
was finally taken in charge by tho
police and led to tho transport,
Another almost equally disgusting
result wns shown In tho Police Court
this morning, whero It was proposed
to drag the marriage ceremony In tho
mire. Three Porto Illcnn women,
who were formerly the most noto
rious characters at lwllcl, where thoy
plied their trndc, appeared on charg
es of fornication, together with three
men, two of whom nro known to the
police as procurers. Tho women
weio Adella Reyes, Carmclla Roman
und I.oulsa. The men wero "Sailor"
Moich, Fred. Mnrrcner and Ah Tong.
Tho case of Caimella and Murre
ner wiib first called, and Attorney
S. V. Chllllngworth, who appeared as
their counsel, asked that It he con
tinued, as the defondnnts had told
him that they wanted to marry.
"I shall grant no continuance on
these grounds," said Judge Andrado.
"Marriages of this kind amount to
"Tho law provides for them," said
"1 know," answered tho Judge,
"but tho marriages should be bona
Iide. What will a marriage of this
man und this woman amount to? It
will defeat the prosecution, that Is
all. Thero uro two people who have
been living together for months. The
man has been arrested for acting as
the woman's procurer. Thoy want
to get married simply to ovade pros-
edition. I shall not grant a conttn;
ounce, unless thero are other grounds
Chllllngworth stated that he was
not acquainted with tho facts of tho delegation, In fact, being inclined to
case, and on these grounds tho con-! favor sending him, with Robinson as
tluuanco was granted, although Pros- .alternate. Knudscn Is spoken of
ecutor Drown protested strenuously, most generally as Kauai's delegate,
"Tho prosecution protests against j but there Is a feeling that Charles
n continuance," ho said, "It simply' Rico may bo for some reason more
means that tho defendants will get
married tn order to defeut tho luw.
This Is making a faico of the mar
"They have a right to aVall them
selves of the Btututo," said Chllllng
worth. "The Leglslatura never contempla
ted n marriage between a prostitute
"it Bimpiy means that every caso of
fornication brought here will end In
u marriage ceremony."
"I 'will continue the case.
Monday," said (ho Court, "hut I sin
cerely hopo that If a parson or any
other person authorized to porffirm
the marriage ceremony Is nsked to
do so, ho will refuse to do It."
"If ho does, I expect ho will bo
advertised In tho papers,"
Tho samo action was taken In tho narrow Itself down to Dowsett nnd
caseof Adella nnd Morch, but In tho Lane, tho latter of whom definitely
caso of Louisa and Ah Tong tho do- announced his candidacy only today,
fendants pleaded guilty, and al- Dowsott Is at present on IiIb way to
though these bIbo protested that thoy tho mainland, and befoio his depart
wanted to marry, sontonce was liu- mo ho Btnted that ho would like to
posed Jtt tho rato of thrco months' . bo ono of tho delegation, ns ho would
Imprisonment for each. bo on tho mainland anyhow. On the
The three couples wero arrested at other hand, Lane has many friend?
Begins on MONDAY, the 13th
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY FOR SOME OF THE BAR-QAINS.
"REDFERN" and "WARNER'S RUST-PROOF."
IN ALL DESIRABLE
three different places In Palama last
evening by Detective Leal. It ap-i
pears that tho denizens of Iwllel are'
scattered all over that quaiter as
well as In Kaknako and tho heart of
(Continued from Pace 1
meet this afternoon at tho Repub
lican headquarters to decide on the
delegate from their Island and tho
Kauai and tho Maul men will meet
tomorrow, tho latter waiting for Son
ntor Kalama, who Is expected to ar
rive from Maul tomorrow.
It may be regarded as definitely
settled that National Committeeman
A. G, M. Robertson and Delegate Ka
lantanaole will be two of the dole-
.gates. It is generally conceded that
of tho remaining four Oahu, Hawaii,
Maui and Knual should have one.
each. Maul's man has heretofore
been Tax Assessor Robinson; at
least, so It was thought, but tho ar-1
' rival of II. P. Ilaldwln fiom Maul
this morning has made many think I
that he Is In the running, the Maul
deserving of the honor. Hawaii is '
the most certain of tho entire bunch.
Sam Parker Is out for tho position,
but there wns somo opposition evi
dent on tho part of the Dig Island's
delegation this forenoon, the claim
being advanced that he was not pro-!
tifttlv n Ilnwnll nmn. Rnpnkpr ITnls-
teln, when seen, stated that ho had'
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this view In legard to Parker, but,
on tho other hand, W. W. Harris,
who had been regarded as Hawaii's
dclccrnte. hnil declined to lrn. nnd tin
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know of no other parties who want
ed to go. It was quite probable, ho
said, thut Hawaii might send a Ho
Among the Oahu candidates the
names of Ceo. R. Carter, A. L. C. At
kinson, J. M. Dowsett and John O.
said Lane have been prominently men
tioned, but tho fight will nrobnlilv
among tho outside Island delegates,
and ho will probably land the plum,
If not as Ouhu's possibly as Hawaii's
Carter Is stated to bo more anxious
about (securing a delegation Instruct
ed for Knox than he Is about going.
From present Indications, It would
seem as If Hawaii would send an uu
Instructed delegation, the feeling
among tho delegates that Hawaii Is
so far away that It Is Impossible to
size up the situation being quite
provalent, especially among tno del
egates from Hawaii and Maul, who
are almost to. a. man In favor of an
unlnstructed delegation, Thero are,
on tho other band, among the Hono
lulu men, a number of strong politi
cians who are much in favor of In
structions, at least In regard to the
fli st ballot, and It Is possible that
they may convince tho others,
PINKHAM AND HIS ENEMIES
The hearty endorsatlon of tho
Hllo Hoard of Trade, of the Shippers'
Wharf Committee, of tho Chamber
of Commerce and of Hllo people gen
erally may well be given for the re
appointment of President Plnkham
to the position which ho now holds
as head of tho Hoard of Health. Hon
est, efficient, tireless, and aggressive,
as he Is, he has fully earned the
contumely which has been heaped
upon him by those who hato honesty,
efficiency and othor virtues. The
hatred of the gang opposing Presi
dent Plnkham 1b entirely, a credit to
him. jC'ut down ns' it was In funds,
by a Legislature1 controlled by preju
dice and Ignorance, his department
continued to bo about' tho best in
tho Tcirltory, certainly none could
claim to bo better administered His
term will expire very soon an&J the
sweet-scented crowd opposing him
will ube, as formerly, every effort to
force Governor Krear to refuse a re
appointment. It will bo with Interest that Hllo
will watch how the now Governor
standi, tho test. Poworful Influences
wni bo brought to boar on him, vory
powerful influences, but it Is hoped
that ho will prove again that he's
too btrong a man to bend.
Long: I hear tho government Is
going to make silver dollars heavier.
Short: I hope It Isn't true.
Short: llecause It's all I can do to
ralso ono now. ,
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