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EVKN1NU BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. FIUbAY, AIMIIL 17, 1908.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Wjitlnco H. Rcit-rintftOn. - - Editor
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HVUNINCl IIUI-UIJTI.N WUlIKl.Y UUI-l.UIIN
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rnp g I tfditoriul Rooms,
t l-lBualness Office,
Entrreil at itir roMoflicr at Honolulu
i trennd iUm tnttter
APRIL 17, 1908
Mtn with mono hip iipoi- pocil
lutora. Tht buv foi limxtim-nt nnil
holit until llii piU-e KOU so hoi that
they really have I" let K.
Democratic imperii nro ulicaily
talking of what thev uotilil lll.o to
rto with the sugar turlff when It U
.ovlhcil. There Is nothlnB In their
conversation to iiinlte lluwrjll chip;'
t lion i its (rtuiulK
It Is fnlr to ireilli't Hint Dr. Color
will icport lilmnelf u jear hence as :i
cIi.uikciI man, he having thotiKht hi
hail run the galnm of experience lm
foro he becnnio I'leshlent of the lla
wnllnn Hoard of Health.
.Mm Hill says the html t linos limn
been low In reaching the West hut
nro likely to arrlic. May abundant
crops stop the wae of depression bo
fore It reaches the border. That Is
nlmt held It baeli last year.
The Kleot Ihilertalnnient Commit
tee slinulil bcKin woik at the em Meat
possible, day. There Is mi nuieli to be
done that procrastination ninj be dis
astrous to the coinfoit of the people
unil the oM'ellcme of the proBram.
If Mnlue will send Harold M. Scw
ull to Congress mid William Kent to
the United States Senate, Hawaii will
liaxo high-class Indlieet representa
tion, nnil at least one earnest worker
for the American merchant marine.
Commercial bodies are not wasting
breath when asking for porinnnont
awsUnincnt of the Fleet to the l'.i
Clllr. 'i ho American Nation. Is gov
erned by Its people, ami oven a peti
tion from the business bodies of tho
TcrrltoryMif Hawaii will hao much
influence If preentcd to the l'rcqij
dent and the Congiess of tho United
ACTS BETTER THAN WORDS.
Theio Is no ioal or miuxmil road
In political harmony. It Is the'eas
lest thing In tho world to reach. It
ronuliea onlj honesty and common
decency for guidance In dealing with
public men and public affairs.
It cannot bo biought about by u
criminal pi ess acting tho part of the
criminal and assailing honest and
generally lespected men with stud
iedly dishonest misrepresentation and
Tho citizens of Honolulu who aru
honestly In favor of Republican har
mony and with to gain Republican
success In the elections next fall will
begin now " ,ali0 "" Interest In tho
Btntua oi mo pauy within their in
dividual precincts and strive to se
cure fair representation hi tho party
ranks and the presentation of high
grade men for public olllco.
Such u tourso will not only pro
duce harmony. 'l will establish "'"'
mony to (Irmly that It will not bo
necessary to wasto valuablo time
talking nhout harmonizing when fv
eryono ought to havo his coat off and
bo at work.
Acts by solf-respcctlng citizens nro
better than wordy wan.
PEARL HARBOR BENEFITS.
ir tho I'carl Harbor bill that was
passed by tho House Is uccopted ill
detail by tho Senate, tho city of Ho
nolulu and tho Territory of Hawaii
will get nil tho d licet anil Immedltn?
benellts that could possibly bo deriv
ed from tho development of tho har
bor and Its iiavul station.
Ono of tho ull-Importnnt factois In
this bll is tho designation of n grav
ing dock. Delegate Kulilo In his ear
lier letters gave the Impression that
the dry dock for tho Harbor would bo
a Moating duclc. In which case tho
contrart for Its construction would
bo let to bo mo mainland corporation
and tho money from tho labor pay
rolls would bo expended clseworo
than Honolulu. Our people could not
and would not lalso an objection to
this, If tlio naval authorities docmed
tho floating dock best.
It Is very gratifying Indeed to find
that Congress has adopted tho plan
which will 'call for tho expenditure
of funds for lauor In this city or Its
Immediate vlclijlty. Tho graving
dock meana tlint'nll the work will bo
done by mechanics anil others who
make their homes here. This will ho
the case rcg.ildlesn of whether tho
lontint't Is secured b) u local or out
side eoncorn, or the work carried on
b tho Oowrnnicnt department ill
icct. This labor will bo citizen labor
and should hi lug to the city a very
deslrnble class of people from tho
Honolulu will experience the full
force of the direct and Indirect bene
fits of the development of the harbor,
and as the two millions noil more np
pioprlnted Is made Immediately avail
able there seems no rc.iRou to doubt
that the construction will ho started
in I lie Immediate futmc. The spirit
of the bill as Interpreted by compar
ison with the usual appropriation
bills seems to be that Congress ex
pects tho naval station lo bo estab
lished and ready to receive ships at
the earliest possible moment.
. With such a spur behind the engi
neers, It ought to be within the
lauge of.probabllltlc8 that tho dredg
ing and the tonsil action of the docks
and of the shops and the forwarding
of fortifications will all be going on
nt the Baiuc time, and that ''right
All I'carl -Ilaibor needs now Is
sanction by the Somite. Tho Presi
dent's signature Is ready and watting.
KUHIO EXPLAINS BILI
(Continued from Pase'l
nlng the channel Improvement, mak
ing it total of S2, 700,000.
Under suspension of tlio Inles only
twenty minutes of debalo Is permit
ted to each side. The striking feat
ure of this debate was that ccry
speech on both sides of tho IIouso
"It was the grandest spectacle on
earth ' "The flic was thrown within
twenty feet of tho lop of the pit, and
the Ilnor was covered with running
streams of lava " "I would not havo
mlshcd the sight for nny considera
tion." These wero tho remarks made by
visitors who returned from tho Vol
cano by tho MAUNA I.OA this week.
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Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
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King Street $40.00
King Street $40.00
Prospect Street $50.00
Beretania Street $35,00
King Street $15.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Emma Street $50.00
Beretania Street $18.00
Lunalllo Street $23,00
Matlock Avenue $22.50
Aloha Lane , . , .$18.00
Kewalo Street . ; $22.50
Hotel Street $20.00
Matlook Avenue . . , . , $30,00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
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A Bargain Makiki District. Three
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Corner Fort and Merchant Sts,
IU ClIKISTlNA Ho-WIITTI
.M I II ritlltlC, 1111(1 Hot It sllCC'),
Tlmt I o.ui gtuml, O Christ, licni-atli'Thy enm,
To number drop by drop Thy blood's slow loss,
And yet -not weep i
Xot o tlioso women loved " "
Wliii willi I'xeeeilinj: grief hihu'ifledjTIue;
Xot so fallen I'eter, wee'phhj 'bitterly;1 '. i 1
Xot so the thief was moved;
Xot no the Situ nnil .Moon
Which bid Ibcir faces in u starless sky,
A horror of great darkness nt broad noon
I, only J.
Vet jrivi not o'er,
I Sit t seek Th sheep, true Shepherd of the (lock;
Greater limn -Mots, turn mid loqk once more.
And smite n rock.
Ttooh AY, Monthly.
UNI LANDS ARE
Sjwfi lmd LoXtt
wns favorable lo the bill; tho only
criticism offered was Hint the bill
should have carried an even larger
total, and that the legislation should
have been enacted long ago. Mr.
Tnwncy called particular attention
lo the fact that the Navy Depart
ment had for ten jcars delayed sub
mitting lo Congress nny ulaclnl es
timates for a naval b.iso at I'carl
Harbor, and that of all tho Items In
the hill, only the single one of the
dry dock had been estimated for thh
jenr, so that the work Is really being
undertaken on the Initiative of Con
gress Itself and In ndvnnco of the de- Monoa. 2 bedrooms $27.50
pnrtmentnl estimates. 'Young St., 2 bedrooms ,....$30.00
The action of Mr. Hates In send- King St., 3 bedrooms $35.00
lug n copy of the bill and report Greene St., 4 bedrooms $35.00
with n personal letter to every mem- Prospect St., 4 bedrooms ....$60.00
her of Congress had enabled each Waikiki, 4 bedrooms $60.00
member to be Informed on the sub- Manoa, 3 bedrooms $60.00
Jcct. ' Manoa, 4 bedrooms , . .$60.00
During the debate n large map Ainahau, Waikiki r $75.00
that I htm previously nun made,
showing Hawaii as the Key to the
Pacific, was displayed In front of the
Speaker's desk, and It wns surround
ed with Interested members through
out tho discussion.
In nccordnnco with Chairman
Halo's wish, the, bill will probably,
be' added to the Naval appropriation
bill In tho Senate.
The land lease, bill wns mndo law
by the signature of the President on
up tho hills than it now does. It Is
a well known fact that nearly tuloc
tiro length'bt'tlmo Ib needed lo get a
I crop off tho lands In higher altitude
On Krldny we wero given a hear-' than alpng the const, and on account
. . - .. ..... ... 1,1 11111, lllll IIIUll 1.111IIH Hill I1UL HIIIL'IIIIU
nig oeioro me Hiin-coniinuico on ,. ,i' . . -.. .i.i " '., .i 1
, , . ,. . ,, . , by tho gr,owurs. With tho extended
I.lclllnniiRps. In which wt nrrnil n . . . . ..
...... . . .. .....,.. ieaso, planters win sou ino uuvaniacc
how lint-order light for tho north- ()f tnklm.'.up this laud, forthoy will
em coast of Kauai, an additional be nble lo get tho same results, that
SlO.OOn for the Honolulu range Is, the samo number of crops, from
light, and provision for a llghtliou'w.'lils higher land, though lt,tak,eH, thorn
i i j-.. (lllluf tut ml till tlntn
depot In Honolulu. . 'Ji twice thf .ildie.
W'o shall probably lmvo a hearing I. n" u n,W ,"l.wV v"", lT, ,
before tho Committee on Public .';,"""?, ' ,. "X, "V.. Z Z '"
1W4nlt(t 1UI1 1 ll)t !) Ill IVIVllUa Ulill
will be tho means or getting lots of
new lands' opened up."
Ilulldlngs later this week.
Very truly yours,
a Delegate to Congress
HAWAII BENEFITED BY
(Continued from Paze 11
llego to at any tlmo go to n pian who
' (Continued bom Pare 11
law to provide for n special election
In such a caso tho old Hoard of Su
pervisors will simply hold on for an'
has lnml undor lease, give him no-. other two years.
tlcc, and take out any part gf tho land All tho Hopubllcan leading lights
which Ib wanted for settlement. This who ,lnvo ookcij (o tl0 mnUcr nro
Is expressly stipulated In the terms ' COIlvlncoj that lhls u whnt wlll ,m.
of every lenso under tho now lnw. , . ,, , , , , ,
Now, If Castle, held thoso lands on ,en' "." PVe" ch"" Aehl. wh ''f
tho other side of the, Islnnd under I'Ccn doing some; luYcstlgatlng onhls
(his kind pf a Ieaso wo would not ,wn liool ngrccs that this Is correct,
havo to bother to wait around until Tho only thing" which can bo done to
ho getB ready to sitnender tho lands, prevent bucIi n cmitlncencv. snvs
If ho does, but wo would go lo him . Achl, Is to havo tho coming J.eglsln-
. I . ii I sucn-turo pass an act providing for a spe
tho 'mnds foV'seithimemr'lf hohad a m'0?"0" 'T, ?1,' n,X , T,
crop of any kind on tho land ho f!1"ml'1 ,ho M"ticlpnl bill fall, and
would, of courso, bo given sufficient ,10 ,I0,DS tllat J,,Ib wI" 1)0 (,ono- TllHt
time lo dls'poso of It. However, ho tho. Municipal Act may bo found to
would know that at tho end of tho lie a pretty rotten reed to lean on
time wo gave him, ho would havo to has been tho conclusion which A, V.
surrender the lands. Ilia ownership '.luilil has' suggested.
in iiii'iu wuiiiu uu jimi,
"To lllustrnto the value of thin
point suppose ono man wero given
n largo tract of Oovcromcnt agricul
tural land iimler Ieaso. Ho probably
would lino tho best part of tho land
to servo kls purpose, but the lost of
It, tho uncleared, wild part, ho1 would
not bother with. Well, we go to him,
notify him that v.f wlll tako this
land back, and Ihen wo turn It ocr
to tho small sottler and give him a
"Tho cane belt on Hawaii will bo
extended on .account of tho now lnw.
It will icach n mils and a half farther
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the foUowiag colon:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE:
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK; .
36 inches wide,
A COLLAR BUTTON is an
insignificant article, yet it is
a very necessary one. There
is a great difference is collar
buttons; the cheap, flims 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
ISFACTION TO THE WEAR
ER. Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
(Inventor Krear this morning wnn
In consultation with Land Conunls
iloncr Pratt and oilier Interested par
lies with regards tho Knpna lnml ap
praisal. Tim report of Iho commit
tee appointed to npprnlso tho vnluo ot
tho lands was returned to tho Oo
crnor last Monday, and ho, has care
fully examined It, though nothing def
inite linn been done ,
George Palrchlld of llie.ilakci) Sug
ar Company wns In tils' oxeculUo
building with regards lo tho; Matter.
Tho GcneniOi- stated that something
A'otihl probably be done towards mak
ing exchanges with the Mnkeo Sugar
Company In the near future Secre
tary Mott-Smllli nnil l-'alrehlld studied
Iho location of Iho dlffeitnt land.i on
the map and discussed the situnttun,
nlthoiigh (hey had nothing definite (o
(Continued from Pig 1)
asked him to buy tho Aloha Alna.
Admiral lleckTCy said that ho dots
not caro lo go Into nny controversy
by owning a newspaper; that ho ho-
llcves In staying still and making no
nolso. He may In Ihu futuiu travel
Lato yesterday afternoon Mis. Nn
wall! was. seen u her newspaper of
fice on Smith street. Sno said that
neither Admiral DocMoy nor any of
his representatives bad called on hor
with n proposition for buying tho'
newspaper. , .
It Is certain, however, regardless of
all theso uuiiOim Hint. the Democrats
will iisiimo tho luniingetncnt of tile
Ko Aloha Alna. A piomlnciit Demo
crat said yestelday that a commltteo,
consisting of- Jon' Worn, J. Kmincliith
and "Shanks" Mossninu, caljed on
Mrs. Nnwah'l uomd tlriic last week niiit
mndo Inquiry nH to the number jit
shares Mrs. Nnwnbt held.' Mrs. Nu
wnhl at that tlmo told tho committed
that she would sell n large portion ot
her shares to tho Democintlc party
for n reasonable prlco She stated
further that sho was ready to present
to tho party a certain number of her
shnrcs for the benefit of ,tho party.
Tho above' commltteo wlll meet lo
night with tho cxecutlvo fcommlttco of
the party and dltcuss tho matter.
The leading Democrats, realize tho
fact that the Kc Atoha Alna In the
past dhl Kb best In helping tho Dem
ocratic nnrty in tho campaign, and to
this end they intend to artlvo at n
flnal'cmichislon as to tho purchase of
tho newspaper. ' '
Tho Democratic parly noeds a pa
per to help It In Iho coming cam
paign. It Is admitted lhit after the
purcluiso of thu paper Jias beem uer
fected, Mrs. Nnwiihl will' bo retained
as managing editor.
At nny rate everything wlll be) Bet
(led tonight at the executive meeting
of tho Democratic party,
Tho commltteo members will prob
ably sail from San Krauclsco in July,
arriving here July -3, and wlll spend
two or three weckB on this Island, es
pecially at i'carl Harbor, Wlfh which
they wish to familiarize themselves
Tho Hawaiian W'otnnn's Club will
meet nt tho Kanichumchn School for
Girls this Friday evening nt 7:110
o'clock. As (his Is tho regular an
imal meeting u very good attendance
Is hoped for by the president.
Our EasterCards for 1908
as also our supplies of
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.,
are specially selected to meet the
taste of our community, and the
is published to meet' flte-'need of var
ied, reliable information! pertaining
to the land we llvedri. "
Thos. G. Thrum.
STATIONER, ETC., 1603 FORT ST
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HE NEW 'STEIN-
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w Ail- KU-iUi ,-.'Srsi?
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Where did they come
Styles as this house
presents them repre
sent no one man's ideas.
presents to you photo
graphs of the current
Spring and Summer mod
els according t o the
world,'s best usage. They
are genuine composites.
They bring together into
one suit or overcoat the .
various points Included
in reports reccived,iom
,tcin.-Bloch outpWs in
'jthe acknowledged' fash
Moh capitals.'' . -
sioncrs go nt seasonable"
intervals to all Jhose
iplacti'ton both sidcs'of
the Atlantic "where ad-"
vapcc. fashion ideas are.
brought together into one
procession by the limited
trains and tlip ocean grey
hounds. The observations
of these men meet in the
and cutting rooms.
At one time it is a new
fabrio from exclusive for
eign looms, to be accurately reproduced for Stein-Bloch use.
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. Or it may be a smart suit idea from the floor of the
Stock Exchange or a hot weather, suit from Palm Beach, a.
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