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A Good Ad. in a Good Paper CREATES a demand among .thoughtful buyers f
1 3 v 3 J of a small-neighborhood orbit unless
Prom San Francisco:
Illloiilan Apr. 15
Alameda ....Apr. 17
For San Francisco:
Ncbraskan Apr. 18
Hllonlan Apr. 21
Marama . .- May 2
Aonrangl Apr. 29
you Advertise. Publicity Is The Only
Means of Expansion. When the
8:30 O'CLOCK The Bulletin contains a full list of the best local stores EDITION
masses are informed that you actual
ly exist, that you have goods to sell,
that you offer inducements to the
purchaser, then your trade irrows.
This lesson has been learned by every
merchant who advertises in the
VOL. X. NO. 3978
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. APRIL 16. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
MAN PLANS CITY FORTIFIC
ENT TO KUHIO ON STEAMSHIP BLOCKADE AND COA
Holds Up Hawaii
Tliu crowded condition (if tliu out
going Htcnmvrs will bo made tlio basin
lit another representation tn Congress
setting forth tliu fad Htatu of attaint
forced upon Hawaii by tlio coastwlso
Under the present law making
lrav-l on n foreign steuner n crime
punishable by n fine of S200 per pas
(.enger, there are not ciioiirIi cabins
nvallablo on the American ships to
lake away tlio peoplo who want to go
during thu next few weeks
The passengers so unlucky an tc
II nd themselves at the end of thu wait
lug line nt thu Bteamslilp offices must
sit on tITe beach and watch first chin
BtcnmeiH go out empty Tliey can't
gut aboard becauso of tlio 200 fine.
Cables were sent to Delegate Kuhlo
today sotting the situation beforo him
bo that ho may present it tn Congross.
It Is possible thut the lMonioinni v. .
mlttee will tnku tlio matter up this
Honolulu Will Have
"Honolulu Is an objective and Im
portant port to foreign nations on tlio
I'aclllc, and, In case of war, an at
tempt would undoubtedly be made to
take this place on account of Its har
bor," said Major William 0. Haan,
Major of the Coast Artillery Corps,
IT. 3. A., and a member of the Land
Defense Hoard, this morning in an
Interview given In the Kxecutlvu
"1 am here with a view to making
plans for the piotectlou of not only
Honolulu Harbor, but ulso Pearl Har
bor, and nlso nil Inland defenses. The
Idea Is that If nu enemy should gain
inntrol by reason of a naval force,
the ilty, harbor and other points of
vantage could still bo protected from
behind by lnnd fortifications Thcio
Is no doubt but that the force of tol
dlers now garrisoned at Kort Shatter
Is far too small, and In my roport to
Washington when I am through here,
I shall strongly recommend that more
' cavalry, Infantry, and artillery bo
' stationed at this Important polntt"
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 15.
SUGAR: OG degree Centrifugals, 4.36
cents, or $87.20 per ton. Previous
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 9d. Par
ity, 4.49 cents. Previous quotation,
lis. 9 3-4d.
One of the Island boys who re
turned on the Dlrlgo this forenoon is
Jlmmle Cunnlnghnm, Ho went out
on her and loturned today In good
health, lleforo ho left on her, Jim
into was connected with thu Hul
lo 1 1 n as a newsbnv Ho Is renew
ing his ncqiinlntnuru today with hlr
old friends who are glad to eeo him
Stop that Cough
Although the local market is prac
tically out of pineapples, our source
of supply is such that for the ALA
MEDA, 22ND INST., we shall have a
number of crates of very choice pines.
These will bo snapped up liko hot
cakes, so place your order early.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
Alfred Beniamin & Co.
are the very Swellesl, the best tailored, and are made of
the finest all-wool materials.
You can't do better by yourself than to get a suit of
these very swell and dressy clothes. They're Made
R i s " t, of the Right Stuff.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
HONQHAA TO ISSUE
Large Expenditures Were
Incurred For Many
The llonokaa Sugar Co., Ltd., nt n
special meeting held yesterday, de
cided to flout n $000,000 bond Issue.
The bonds, or rather J 100,000 of
them, will be Issued June 30, and tliu
rest possibly later on, tho Issue hi v
lnir been tmidn an lanre ns it Is in
order to meet with any unforeseen
contingencies which may arise. No
arrangements have ns yet been mnde
for the placing of the bonds, which
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Tho, Wireless Telegraph Company
confirmed thu authenticity of thu tl
egram from Kalaopnpa which a few
people attempted to cast doubt upon
yesturduy Tho telegram was In imp
port of I'lnkham.
Covernor Prear leases on the next
Alameda for Washington to attend
the tonferenco of (lovernora called by
The Governor will be accompanied
In his travels by W. U Smith, Alonzo
Hartley and II. S. Ilminer A confer
ence with thesu gentlemen was called
by the Governor-ut his ofllce yeiter
day afternoon and tho policial
scheme of the trip gone over.
Tho only doubtful member of the
party linn been V. O Smith He Un
ci!) decided to go. Inning found that
he could make the connections for a
very hurried round trip. The assem
bly will bo a very Interesting one, us
each Governor will probably be ac
companied by smh roprcrcntatlvo
men of his State oi Territory as he
selects. The special purpose fur
which tho uu'etl.'y la called Is a dis
cussion of tlio great resources of the
(Special llullctln Wireless)
Hllo, Hawaii, April 1G. Thu famous
Until church was discovered on tiro
Tuesday afternoon befvuen tho
boards of thu walls. Painters luivo
been at work thu last few days burn
ing off thu old paint and It is believed
tho wood must have caught from tuU
burning. Tho wood wus so charred as
to indicate that the lire had been
burning for a day.
Tho first Indication of thu fire was
when smoko wns cccn pouring from
thu tower. Quick work- nud hard
work b Ilev. Deslu checked the dru
beforo any serious harm was done,
Tho painters wcro at work on tho
old honso of worship to put It in con
dition for tho celebration of tho Fif
tieth annlvcrsaiy of Its construction,
to tiiko placo next June.
We have included College Rills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
gon leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. ni. every
Stock and Bond
When you wish to buy or sell
Stocks or Bonds, remember that
we are members of the Hono
lulu Stock and Bond Exchange,
IT WILL BE
DEAL WITH US.
For St. ncnoluln
Thu members of the party of Koo
Ian developers which wuut to Koo-
taupoko yesterday to look over tho
country which it Is planned to open
up, returned to tuwn this forenoon, at
least sumo of them did, Including Kel
logg, tlio pineapple king, and Secre
tary Mott-Smlth. -a hllo II V and Wal
ler Dillingham, Ogo. Deulsou of the
O. It. & 1.. Co., and J. D. Castlo went
across couutr) to Kahuku, whence
thev expect tn return this evening.
"I really do not know much about
what ihu others did." said Kellogg
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NEW ASPECT ON
G. H. Mayer In New
Two lompnnlefc. one of them mi
eutltely new one and thu other hav
ing done business neru for some time
pant, filed their application for ar
ticles of Incorporation with Heglatrnr
Hnpal. The new corporation will b
known us the Honolulu Construction
und Draylng Company, Limited, with
W. II. floogs. J. J. llelser. Q. H. May
er, nod John Walker as the founders
and directors of tho company
That the firm will carry on oxtcn
ilve und exhaustive work in differ
ent lines of business Is shown In the
application for Incorporation. The
first capital stock Is named ns SIS,
000, the company having thu right
to Increase this as they bee lit, or de
Tease It not below the sum nt S10.
000. Tho auditor of the company Is
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Minnesota For faff
1 MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., April 16. The State Republican Convention
' today chose a delegation to the Chicauo convention instructed for Taf t.
Savings Bill, In Persia
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 16. TIFLI3. Bulirana. Annl 16. Rus-
I The postal savings bank bill was to- sian troops have invaded the Per
I day reported favorably from commit- sian coast from the Caspian for tho
I tee to the Senate. purpose of punishing Kurdish raid
SAN DIEGO IS RESTINO
Although complete arrangements
have not as jet hecu mndo for the en
tertnlument of tho Naval Committee
f tliu House, President Morgan of the
Chamber of Commerce stated today
Hint It wns practically certain that
thu committee would ho Invited to
Archivist Lvdeckcr has dug up thu
first lotteis Hint passed botweeu Ha
waii and Washington with regard to
tho Pearl Harbor Improvements.
Seo Whltnev & Marsh's nil and win
dow display for Kaster necessities.
Editor H v n n I n g II u 1 1 u 1 1 u
I Allot, me to irr-'et an error In your
Issuo of Weu.i aday. April 15th, 1908.
under thu head of "Dig Things Doing
In Koolnu District" wherein you Uatu
In connection with tho extension of
the Castlo railroad, which now
reaches from Kahuku to Kahana that
"The development has been temporar
ily checked, mainly becauso of tho
dltncultloH encountered In obtaining
the necejsary right of way. In this
connection It is said that the greatest
difficulty bus been encountered at
Walaholo, where Link McCundlcra
holds largo tracts, etc."
In reply to this I will say that I
have nuver been asked either verbally
or In wilting by Mr. Castle or any
other person for any right of way for
i.ilhoad purposes through my lands
Honolulu, April ICtli, 1908.
L. U McCANDLUSS.
Tomorrow being Good Friday, tho
banks and many of the business
houses wll licmnln closed
m mm mmSIS SI
SAN DIEGO, Cal April 16. This
day is being devoted to rest and rcc-
cation preparatory to the further
program for entertaining the Flee:.
PASO R0BLES, Calif., April 1G.
Admiral Evans is gaining strength.
Finn Job Prlnllna it thr Bulletin.
I NEW YORK, N. Y., April 16. The
t.amers Monterey and United States
were damaged today in collision.
Mlkl Snlto. tho Japanese ConatiV"
(Jcncral. returned his call on Admiral
Very yesterday morning nt 10 30
o'clock at thu Naval Station On his
leaving he was given a salute of
Mrs Niikulnn Is after tho scalp o(
Jack McVeigh, the superintendent of
the settlement nt Knlaup.ipn The
l.tdv could not bo found todnyi but
tho report was quite general among
the Hawaltans, and It was partially
confirmed by those Interested In thu
matter. . Some said that it was Mrs.
Nakulnn's plan to securo the Job for
Fred. Ileckley, the former Speaker of
It was learned that Mrs. N'akulnn
had approached the (lovernor sonio
tittle ago, bringing various charges
ngalust McVeigh, umong which the
main one Is reported tu i.e tuul of al
lowing the consumption of liquor at
the settlement, a thing whMi has
been ttrlctl.. tabulated liv the rules
of the Hoard of Health. It Is a well
Known fact that the inmates hnvo
for many years past. long beforo Mc
Veigh wus plated In charge, bctn
very anxious to manufacture,
'swipes." Adopting extremely Inge
nious means to do so, the evci.il leg
islative committees which have lu-
estimated settlement matters slnco
McVelgh'a appointment, have Invari
ably found that that official wns do-
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BEGINNING TODAY, WE WILL SERVE A
The Business Men in the States have tried and ap
nroved it, so will the Business men of Honolulu, Every
thing the BEST.
PRICES 25c, 35 c. 50c, and 75c.
CHANGE OF BILL EVERY DAY.
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
J. Hopp &, Co.,
BANNISTER'S NEW '
This swell shoe, made over the Cornell Last, has the
Pointed Swing Toe, which gives it a graceful appearance, and yet
is very roomy in the tread.
There's no slipping in the heel, or bulging in the 'sides,
which are so common in soms makes of shoes.
When a nan wears a Bannister Shoe, he feels that he is cor
P. 0. Box 460,
Phone 282 M
185 King St.
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