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EVKN1N0 BULLBT1N. HONOLULU, T. It, THURSDAY, Aril. 1C, 1D08.
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Honesty Is tin- best policy.
Something doing I" Kiiiilnu should
not result In someone done.
Harmony with linlrhcU In what
trouble-innkers always tr to pro
mote. There are some udvnntnges In be
ing a "possession." The Philippines
cuntiol their own tililpphiK lawn.
.Mr. Ilryan Is not unacquainted
with contesting delegations. Thov
have usually lirouRht him good luilt.
Should the Kllohana Art l.engnon
pet very "liiihu" Murston Campbell
will do well to provide nil avenue for
Tho excuse of a perpetual prevari
cator In that .ne trouble Is constitu
tional, and he convinces himself that
his luo ure true
The 1uslnoss section of Honolulu
should lio decorated and Illuminated
for the Fleet There will lio action
night mid day whllo the bos are In
Lack of .coin Is the only thing that
prevents this new ora of "conserva
tive Investment" becoming a vhoop-Vr-up-boys
saturnalia of (.peculation.
Arc you had or glnd?
Anything to heat T.ift or unv thing
to beat lliyan Is the common cry of
the opposition In the Hepuhllcnn and
Democratic parties. It shows 3011
that the man who wants to he a lead
er must light. .
Do Honolulu people realize what a
large-sized proposition the coming
l'leot Is? If not, the) should speed
ily try to understand, else the place
will he swamped and only half-pre
pared when the ships arrive off port.
Sugar has dropped a little., whli h
means that the pi Ice Is Hearing tho
limit Justified 1 present nnd pros
pective, crop conditions. Hut a price
wavering about four-and-a-half dur
ing the height of tho season Is a hap
py prospect for Hawaii.
Hooscvclt does not get his four bat
tleships at this session, but Hawaii
has 4 Pearl Harbor. The President
should bo able to gain some satisfac
tion from the fact that thero will bu
a port In the Pacific to put his four
battleships! that will undoubtedly bo
authorized at tho next session.
If we remember concctly, "the re
foimeis" vigorously opposed lcgnll.cd
Sunday baseball. Experience proves
that tho level of moral btundards Is
better for having Sunday games
Tliat must suggest to tho common
eenso man that the peifon who poses
lis a moral reformer bus no uhboluto
nnd exclusive hold on Illghtcousncs3
HARMONY AND HONESTY. '
Isn't It glorious to hc.tr Hie talk
of harmony In the Republican party
come from a sourco that has been n
continual renter of strife and dishon
While tho lamp holds out to burn,
tho vilest sinner may return, hut
soma sinners nro too vllo' lo expo
ilenco u chango of hciut.
Ono of tho llrst requisites of hnr
mony In the Hoptibllcan party Is that
honest men shall take an active hand
in the details of party work and be
gin that work In the precincts, weeks
before tho primaries.
Dishonest nnd dlshouoinble per
sons who preach harmony with ono
breath and maliciously misrepresent
tho Territorial leader of tho party,
only provo thoir vicious clinnutois.
that present many elements of crimi
nality. PREPARING FOR THE FLEET.
It Is high time that preparations
for tho entertainment of tho Fleet
Tho apparent indifference In con
nection with Hid organization of this
work eattbos many lo feel Hint our
pooplo do not realize what n tremen
dous proposition the visit of slxteon
Cnifteil at the rixtofl.ee at Honolulu
as itiom. itn mtittr
APRIL 10, 1908
Honolulu Is pretty well filled when
fmii i misers with between three and
feu i thousand men arc In port.
What will It do, when resting at
anchor oft the port Is a fleet of war
ships with a total population one-
half as large as that of Honolulu?
This city has never Known such au
Influx of "citizen population" and
while It Is true that the full twenty
thousand men will not all land on
tho same ilaj, tho avcrugo-slzed "lib
erty parties" from the Fleet have
been, In other cities, about three
ihouaiid men every twenty-four
This city will be literally full lo
overflowing with sailors. And wo
nre glad Hint It Is so.
Hut this means that the city must
prepare well In advance to not only
care .for but cnt.ur.lnlu this magnlll-
Honolulu has a reputation to pre
serve. It should stmt early to ar
range the details. Nothing like It
has lever been- known before, but tho
city should carry the entertainment
through so acceptably to Its own citi
zens us well as tho guests that a rep
etition may not be considered Im
probable. TflB-KEPOIKAl APPOINTMENT.
The reappointment of Judge Ko
polkal was b no means unexpected
on account of the weak ense that was
made against him by tho opposition.
There woro points offered,- how
ever, In the contest against the Maul
Judge that he will do well to con
sider during his second term of serv
ice. . . - -Wf:3- -
The political activities of the
"It was tho grandest spectacle on
earth." "The llro was thrown within
twenty feet of the top of tho pit, unit
the floor was covered with running
streams of lava." "I would not havo
missed tho sight for any considera
tion." Thcso were tho remarks mado by
visitors who returned from thovVo
cano by tho MAUNA LOA this week.
Don't wait for the activity to
cease; book now while the show is
Only S 12. CO for the round trip.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merohant Sts.,
King Street $40.00
King Street $40.00
Prospect Street $50.00
Beretania Street $35,00
Kinj Street $15,00
Kinau Street $30,00
Beretania Street $40.00
Emma 8treet $50,00
Beretania Street $18,00
Lunalilo Street $23,00
Matlook Avenue $23.50
Aloha Lane $18.00
Kewalo Street $22.50
Hotel Street $20.00
Matlock Avenue 330.00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
A Bargain Makiki District. Three
bedroom, modern cottage. Cash or
Corner Fort and Merchant Sti.
'TtMMPUsT COMPANY. '
Sjiud &vf LoM
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $27.50
Young St., 2 bedrooms $30.00
King St., 3 bedrooms $35.00
Greene St., 4 bedrooms $35.00
Prospect St., 4 bedrooms . . . .$60.00
Waikiki, 4 bedrooms $00.00
Manoa, 3 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 4 bedrooms $60.00
Ainahau, Waikiki $75.00
SjWifc $mk fcat
Judge were not In keeping with Judi
cial propriety. Ho should quit politics
absolutely, nnd set nn example, rath
er than follow tho example of the
Federal Judge who sot the paco for
participation In political conventions.
The charge that tho Judge's tem
per sometimes got tho best of him Is
ouo that will remain In the memory
of those watching his future course,
with special reference lo tho present
opportunities for "paying back" hi
Tho community that, has support
ed Judge Kepoll.nl assumes that he
will retain his excellent Judicial
qualities and eliminate or curb those
tendencies Hint havo been tho chief
cause for ciltlcism nnd attack.
Believing that such will certainly
bo the cafe, the Bulletin extends
congratulations ' to Mil ill's model
FAOTS OP PEACE
TOKIO, Japan, April 1. tho
official returns of Japan's foreign
trado In 11)07 give a total vulua
of 2G,000,000 yen (S4G3.0OO.
000). of which 211,000,000 yen
($105,500,000.) was witlr Amer
ica. The exports to the United
States amounted to 1111,000,000
yen (SG6,5uO,000.). Whllo Amer
ica ranked third lu shipping, its
trade exceeded that of any other
country doing business with Ja
pan. Tho figures aro considered
significant as assuring pence be
tween the two nations.
This special dispatch to tho Chi
cago Dally News Illuminates tho sit
uation splendidly. The facts and fig
ures given aro nioro lmpretslvo than
columns of buncomba on what might
happen "It things were different,"
What a fool any country would bo
to pick a row with Its bestcustoiner.
Japan Is not in tho fool column.
DEVELOPERS OF K00LAU
(T-onllnued from Po 1)
this afternoon. "I went lo Koolnu
mainly to look over my own Interest
thero. Tho Dilllughnuis, Castle unit
Uonlson went over towards Knliuku'
to look over tho lands on tho waj
there, but whether they havo decided
If It Is worth their whllo to place u
inllroad thero 1 cannot say Motl
llmlth nnd Castle looked over bomo
(low-rumen t lands between tho l'nll
nnd Heeln. Thero Is about 300 acres
of Government land In one tract which
is available but thero are other
tracts which aro now under leaso to
private parties, including Mr. Custlc
bb well as others."
It Is understood that It Is planned
to havo tho lessees of somo of thcao
tracts tun render their leases In order
that tho lands may bo Immediately do
voloped, especially by placing them
Under pineapple cultivation Ono of
tho question which have urlsen In this
connection is tho size of tho Individ
ual holdings Into which It Is planned
to cut up the lands, somo of thoso
Interested wanting to make them
forty acres In urea each, whllo othors
want to limit thorn lo twouty-IHu
Tho Fleet Is comlnn.
Let us clsan
up the City.
For Your Next Evening Down.
Made of Pineapple Fibro and 6ilk,
in urines only,
We have two patterns in each of
the foilowinc colon:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
, 85o. Yard.
Iwilei Inmates Arrested
In " Richards"
From tho calendar of Iho I'ollco
Court this morning It would seem as
If the majority of (he Inmates of Iwi
lei who were forced from that placo'
as n result of the Thwlng nnd lllcli
nrds agitation, line! gravltnlcd to tho
Richards camp on Vineyard street.
No leso than four of the cases which
nppcareil were lliooo of people who
were arrested In that camp on charges
of violations of the laws made to pro
tect tho public morals.
Ono of these couples was mado up
by Fellcltn, nllas "Monkej", ono of
tho most notorious Inmates of Iwllcl,
and C. Christiansen, a oimg Norweg
ian who Is nlleged to have been liv
ing with tho woman for mine weeks.
They woro nrrested lr Joe Leal jam
night. Ilotli plcadeu guilty. Christian
sen wns bent on contracting ono of
thoso marriages which have been so
t-overely roasted by the authorities
since they became prevalent as an
other result of tho agitation, thoir
only purpose being quite nppaiently n
deslru to cvndo the punishment of the
"I want to marry her," announced
Christiansen as the Court was about
lo Imposo sentence.
"You ought to be ashamed of your
self," answered Judge And'rnde. He
then sentenced both the defendants to
Imprisonment for ninety days.
Tho enso of Mrs. Patrick Walsh
and Mnmtel Peiez, charged with
adultery, jinother couple which was
arrested In the Itlchnrds camp on a
charge of adultery, was continued nt
tho request of J. A. Magnon, who ap
peared for tho prosecution.
Six Japanese who were charged
with violating tho Hoard of Health
regulations by carting swill In con
tainers others than those prescribed
by Iho Hoard, were lined $10 and
Tho caso j)f Joe Fernandez, the
hnck driver who Is charged with pro
curing young Hawaiian girls for im
moral purposes, was continued.
HiiBter-tlde !s bore nnd with It
comes licaiillrttttlioiiKliti olul Jloworw.
Mrs. K. M. Taylor, of tho Young build
ing, has both, and though you can not
seo her, thought, )ou can see tho
pretty dowers' and ferns she has on
snle., lmaglno, llllos-qf-theivalley In
Hawaii, ond'smlldx' loo, raised liy her
labor ami thoughtful care. It will do
you. good to tt. Jeust seo those and
ethers even Jf you do not buy, nnd
Mrs. Tnylor will' take pleasure ' lu
showing thehf to you.
i i a
HONOLULU JV1LL HAVE
(Continued from Faze 1)
When the leal value of the harbor
of Honolulu Is taken Into considera
tion, situated as It Is, In the center
of the Pacific, It seems a wonder that
work of this kind has not been at
tended to before. Hut this Is exactly
what 1 am hero for. Inland fortifica
tions will liojmllt; Ulint Is, I shall
maki) plans urid recommendations for
them now. The city of Honolulu will
bo fortified In the rear us well ns In
fiont. I shaft recommend that more
heavy guns and urttljery be sent here
to 'lie Kept ppnnanontly.
"It was only a short tlmo ago thnt
I (oinpleted a largo bit of work In
subdividing (ho National Guard In
tho State of New York, so that In
cute of war, should the cncniy havo
control of tho Boas by reason of their
I naval forces as they undoubtedly
could lu tho Atlantic nt tho present
time, theio would bo n set program
of Inland defense laid out in a deft
nito manner. This 1 shall attend to
A COLLAR BUTTON is an
insignificant article, yet it is
a very necessary one. There
is a great difference is collar
buttons ;' the cheap, flimsy one
is an abomination, but the
strong, heavy, well-made, sol
id gold button is a pleasure
to use and wear.
Our are the kind that LAST
A LIFETIME and GIVE SAT
ISFA'CTION 'TO THE WEAR
H. F. lrVicliman & Co.
Rhubarb Celery Cauliflower
Apples , Oranges
Fresh Peas Horse Radish Root
Celery Root Turnips Squash
Eastern Frozen Oysters
Puritan and Rose gSSSSS Butter
Henry May & Co.,
with. regard to Honolulu and Oahn .
This Is tho main Island on account'
of tho good harbor. .
"Tho Government will do nothing
with regard to fortifying tho other
Islands ns jet, notwithstanding the
fact that the Hllo breakwater, when
completed, will make that harbor
oven. better Hum tho ono here. The
fact remains that Honolulu and her
port would be the objective point tu
an enemy, and thcroforo It must he
fortified In the best and strongest
"I cariio down hero with tho Inten
tion of remaining about three weeks.
I may go back May 9, but I havo not
definitely decided yet. I shall maks
out most of my reports here, dlctnt- j
lug them In Captain Otwell's office, j
"There Is no doubt but that u lad
lc.il chango for tho better will bo
mado In tho way of fortifying thcso
Islands In -the near future." I
Judge Iloblnson'tt Juroi'H nro ordered
to appear lu cnuit Monday morning I
at It) ii clock.
WATER TO DE SHUT OFF.
The Government water will bo shut
off fioui S a. in. lo 2 p. m. on Friday,
April 17th, 1908, on School street,
Luslluna sticet, I.unnlllo strcc',
ThniHtun nvenuu nnd Wilder nvcntio
to Maklkl street.
J. M. MTTLE,
Snpeilntendent Honolulu Water
Water Works Ilurcau, Honolulu,
April lfi, 1908. 31)78
Our Easter Cards for 1908
as alio 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-1
ted, reliable lniormation pertaining
to the land we live in,
Thos. G. Thrum.
STATIONER, ETC., ie03 FORT ST.
for a good meal
and a comfortable
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
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HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
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Goods Per S.S. Hilonian
HE NEW STEIN-
BLOCH styles are
Where did they como
Styles as this house
presents them repre
sent no one man's ideasr
presents to ,you photo
graphs of the current
Spring and Summer mod
els according to the
world's best usage. They
arc genuine composites.
They bring together into
one suit or overcoat the
various points included
in reports received fiom
Stein-Bloch outposts in
the acknowledged fash
sioners go at seasonable
intervals to all those
places on both sides of
the Atlantio where ad
vance fashion ideas are
brought together into one
procession by the" limited
trains and the ocean grey
hounds. The observations
of these men meet in thfe
and cutting rooms.
At one tine it is a new
fabric from exclusive for
Stein - Bioch Siys
, H.a i'
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eign looms, to be accurately reproduced for Stein-Bloch use. At
another time it is a trim top-coat idea from the box of a tallyho
at a race meet in England. Again an afternoon coat worn on Fifth
Avenue by a man who has time and means to indulge his clothes
whims. t)r it may be a smart suit idea from the floor of the
Stock Exchange or a hot weather suit from Palm Beach.
Whichever it is, it is authentic, and shaped out to present to
you as the most economical and sensible solution of a serious mod
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