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A Good Ad. in a Good Paper CREATES a demand ampngvthoughtful buyers
You can't lift a retail business out
of a small-neighborhood orbit unless
you Advertise. Publicity Is The Only
Means of Expansion. When Nhc
masses are informed that you actual
ly exist, that you have goods to sell,
that you offer inducements to the
purchaser, then your trade prows.
This lesson has been learned by every
merchant who advertises in the
lrom San Francisco:
Hll'jiilnn . . Apr. lf
Alameda . .' Apr. 17
For Sau Francisco:
Ncbraskan pr. J8
llllimlnn Apr. 21
Mnrninn '..... May "
For Vancouver: '
Anurnngl , .Apr. 2!t
The Bulletin contains a full list of the best local stores EDITION
VOL. X. NV3980
14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. APRIL 18 1908-14 PAGES
PRICE 5 CD NTS
Cleaning Of Port As
Whereas, (lit- I'm I or Honolulu, at
llio Crcwa ItoailM or tho I'.iclfle, IC di
rectly In (In- path of tl llfge OO-.T
commerce, mill In rapl I'v lieccimlns
llio clearing homo for 'i .triit-I'arlllc
Iruvcl. Steamers to nntl from O i-'
nl, Austtnlluti, Canadian ami m 1I11I.1111I
pot til or tho United Htute.i touching
lit HoiioIiiIii with liierca-diig fc
Whereas, tin' Inter-Mind business
of tlio Tortllory cciiloih :t Hunt 'ill i,
tin- Capital, :iinl
' Whereas, Ihoimh npimcr.tly entire
ly free from plag-io ni'l iiIIht cm
liglutiH diseases, ll Ik ftesirablo that
every ino.iiis kIwiiM lie i.t-ed to place
I Ik; clly In I lie best possible xniiltary
condition and keep It mi liotti on no
t'onnt o( loo ll Interest .mil thewe of
tlio Tiirlllu Coast,
Now Therofmo I !u It Revolved, tlr.it
Honorable Wiillor !". Fmir, Governor
of tho Territory of Hawaii, who Is
nliout to visit Wiodilngton lie request,
I'd lo call upon Surgeon General Wy
nmii, Chief iir-lho V. h. . Qimraiitluo
Serv,co, mill reipiett lilm In uuthoilzo
ihu'lmmcdlutu expenditure of tlio mini
of Klflcen ThoilBiilid Dollars In effect
Ink a thorough cleaning up Of thu port
of Honolulu, and
Ho' It Further Itorolved. thiit (low
ernor l'rear lit- iitnl Ik heicby author
ized lo promise In the n lime of thu
Chamber of Cotmiicrci a rontrlliiitlon
from tlio IiiikIiu'Mh Interests of Hono
lulu of live thousand lnll.ua to he
used for tlio same purpose. Tlio ex
penditure of tho fntlio anioiint to ho
under tho contiol of tho U.J. (Juar
The illiovo I'Ohnliitlon wtis pissed
I li Ik inornliiK at a meellni; of tho trus
tecs of tho Clianiliur of Cointncrce.
.MurKun kiiIiI that for uonie time p.inl
tho memlitTH luiil ln'i'll iIIposdIiik tho
lu.ittyr of 'kcuplnp I hi? po't open in
easiis of Hpor.iillc illxeaKe, mill tlilj
uoulil ho a Kood time, iih tho (lnveiu
or wiik KoltiK to Wnxlilimton. to gel
iiiiiiippioptlatlou of ?l.1,'Min to clean
up tho porl. Ho oftered tlio ieiiiln
lion. Stop that Cough
or not, just as you please.
to get here while our new
lasts. They're the Sw'llest in Pattern, the very Handsom
est Shirts of the scaion, See them in our windows.
Just in by the Aliracda.
ll Tiff kTACH n 8 TO I &&
m txaium ! 9US1 J J c IU II itl
' F I CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. 1
V"SIV ifW'i 'JjuaOa.amu- mjSmaMgituini;BiwiM-"""; 'V, JSvLSm
ND PROGRAM OUTLINED BY
SpaMliiK linked If mi ciiilnranniont
of llio 1'ieiddent of tile Hoard or
llciflli would not bo required, ilor
K'Ui nnswered that ho had qmix.uU"d
Dr. Cofer who Ititonitnl to oiulorHO It.
Tl'o (JSnoo rhould conio ri rim tho .Ship
per.i' Wharr Committee, mmo or llio
iiionili.'i-R of which worn In favor ot
tho piopoidtlou. . I
"Wo luiu Rot to Ret Into IJnelo
Sain ii linniln the nioner or later on
llila proposition," uaM Teuncy. "I
iuoo to adopt tho rerolutloit."
The involution p'Hi"l, MorRiti iv
plaluliiR that Dr. C'ofor 1ih-1 cllniitL-il
that thin iiuioiiat would ho Kiililclenl.
Spiildlni; culled ntltiiltou to llio fact
Hint tho run lltlon or the port wja ex
cellent nt picxriil, tlio meiirurn lirlii'i
iiti'oluloly and only ono of priptitliin
In r.tho or futuro contliiKcaclcK.
MorRiin iUiki'd that ho ho allowed to
appoint an Army and Nary Commit
tco. Hurh u vomnilttco could render
coiinldrralilc aflKtance In uppropria
lion matters for liiHlance. Major
Halm had asked fnr'lfjiplt a3lntance.'
On niotlon"li)' I-riKfoy (ff!i 'ftiTtnriiiiy
wa Rrantci: f ll""", "'''
Morcait HltUitilltiuJ tlio rotloivfiig
letter on lll(. limit W' "", ' :
TrustciJa, llonolalif' Chanirier, o'f Com
mere. ' ,J" " "'', ' '
Oontlcmon': i'or a'Aftio Jinio liaRt,
have IiCl'ii conlfl'tl'llnp lli In ,"i " I n I -nieiit
of a Sl"cliil CliiimlllL'o rro'nj (ho
iilPinherH or thin t.HOciallon to iio
known as the Army and N-ivy Com
tnltlee, and ask your approval or thin
I believe Hint, where there will ho
numeioiiK expenditures for work In
both the Army and Navy lines, wo
should have a Special Committee lo
keep In touch with IIicbo mattcm.
I know that pertiims at thu hVad or
tbt'Ko dirterent branches hero would
Rieutly uppieclato tho Tact that the
Chamber or Commerce tiiJiik,H oiiourIi
of them and lliclr work to have u
Bpeclnl Coiunillteo keeping In touch
There me aim other malteis that
(Continued on Pago 3)
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 be snapped up like hot
cakes, so place your order early.
Island Fruit Co.,
78 S. Kinu St. Phone 15.
THE IMPORTANT THING is
stock of QUIETS
SPRINGS UP AGAIN
Supporters Expect That
Cofer 'May Help
Tin, rnndliitr of the renlv ot tlov
.ei nor I'ic.Ir mid the icporl or tint
committee on I'lnkliam'H icuppolnt-
mcnl will be the main features ot n
j maKS meeting which will bo held at
Aula l'arl; tonight at S o'clock. The
I meeting ItHclf will bo under tho mm-
I pIccm of different political Influence.
A muulicr of well-known npeaken
hae been hcle'cled. Tho County I
band will he pienent,
I Amuni; the Hpeakera ropicKctitliiR
1 vnrlous political parties tiro Krcd. V.
, Kiihapula Hockley, Sam Kaloa, thu
. nmtnietlc unenUnr of the nfinorruttn
party; Win. Olcpait, Labor party
man, and chief of tho Aclil executive'
staff, Joh;i Hlicldon, a ltepiibllcan.
Hawaiian laterpicter; Mrs, Mary
Atcherley an (If Mrs. llmiua Nawnhl,
tho proprietress of the "Ke Alnlia
Tho Homo Iliilc parly,, It Is s.ild,
will be represented b Cluia. K. Not
ly, who Is willing to take pari If
approached by tho committee.
What tho main object of tho meet
ing is, .no ono -Hconin to know, At
liny rato It Is expeuted that llio
tipcakors will dwell upon tjio reply or
(Continued on Pace, 0)
m ELECTION LAW
Attention Of Secretary
flalloH ThprJtn R i
Kd. ItiRlinni, the chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee, ItaB
t'alcd tho attention of the Secretary
ot, tlio Tenllory to an odd kink In
-llie election law, which, us it now
Hands, Is rather peculiar. Original
ly the law prodded that there should
bo . ijot mote than three voting
shnlvcH In each booth. This provi
sion was changed by tho last I,eRl
laturn so that now not moro than
rilx tdiclveH arc allowed, but other
rarts .of tho law worn not changed,
leaving the wholo rather Incongru
ous. "HeUlon IS provides that not morn
than tdx idlers at a time ahall ho
puimltti'il within the reserved space
v (Continued on Pace 4)
Wc have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
(,'on leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
Stock and Bond
When you wish to huy or sell
Stocks or Bonds, remember that
we are members of the Hono
lulu -Stock and 'Bond Exchange,
and that ,
IT WILL BE
DEAL WITH US.
sm Company, Ltd,
Fori St. Hcnobfo
(.iVncfciln! I'ih tirruil Cntitcl
LOS ANQELE3. Cal., April 18.
The Battleship 5ket arrived today
at San Pedro harbor The coming
of the ships was witnessed ky one
hundred thousand spectators.
TIFXIS, Bulgarw, April 18. Bus
sinn troops arc pursuing the bandits
and bombarding towns on the Per
NEW YORK. N. Y.. April 18.
The will of the late D. W. Stevens
was made public here today. In it
he expressed the hope that Japan
would aid his family in case of his
PORTLAND, Ore., April 18. Cake
has been nominated by the -Republicans
for United States Senator, de
feating Senator Fulton. Ellis Haw
ley has been named for Congress.
.PASO ROBLES, Cal, April 18. -
A'dmiral E"nns is reported to be
FLOODS IN TEXAS
FORT WORTH, Texas, Apiil 16.
Floods arc threatening this section
with most serious damage. Already
3,000 families have been made home
less by the risino, waters and half a
million loss in property.
185 King St.
n& a r
Brit lift It fJVkl U
I U3 0IIIIIOI
i m i
BOYD RESIGNS FROM
Sheriff laukea Found To
Hold A Political
Jas. II. Itnyd linn tendered his res
ignation us a member of tho Itep'uh
lleati Ciimily Committee. The letter
fliini the Renin I .llmnile signifying
his Inti'iitln nln withdraw from thin
vantage point of his pnlltlenl activi
ties, whlrh ho has held fur a long
time, was received by Chairman Har
ry Miiriny (inlay. It Is not prob
able, howover. that any meeting ot
the County Committee Will bo called
fur the purposo nf lining tho vacancy
thus caused, it being the present In
tention of the ollleeiH to postpone
this mutter until a meeting hcinmes
necessary or bohic other reason.
"I hno tendered my resignation
aa a member of the County Commit
tee," said lloyd this morning. "I am
ery litis- working on tho water
front, and 1 will have to let politics
ci i In order In attend to my private
1 business." And this wuh all tho ex
planation lie mad ii.
Among the Democrats mine Inter
est lias been shown In tho fact that
tho meeting of tho l'ourlh Precinct
or the r'liurth District, which In to
I ttiko place next week, will havo to ho
I called by HIinrllT Inukea. Conslder
(Continuedon Page 4)
IHOIISF,: OFKM '
Political Differences Laid
An Interesting lottcr from K. M.
Hatch to Secretary Wood In regard
In the debate In the Houeu on llio
1'cnrf Harbor bill win read at tlio
meeting of tho trustees c.f tho Cham'
lier of Commerce, which was held this
morning. If vns mi follows:
Mr. II. P. Wood,. Secretary Chamber
of Commerce. Honolulu, Hawaii.
Dear .Mr Wood: I was Interested
In reading In tlio papers your report
to the Chamber of Commerce of your
trio. I wish ou could have remained
In Washington until today to havo
heard the deb.ito on tho Pearl Harbor
hill. I'ci haps It Is not ury accurate
to call ll a debate as tho upeecliua
weie .ill on one side. I havo never
seen an) tiling Hko It n my exper
ience heio. You can havo tlio satis
faction of thinking that jour work
hoic speedy fruit when the 1 1 mo final.
(Continued on Pace 4.)
opp & Co.
I'mcmor l'rear. Land Ciininilsloiii-,
Pratt. Secretary Motl-Smlth. and At
tiirnpy-ncner.il Honienway -e in
consultnllon all morning and om or
tho results accomplished was the foi
lowing letter which will be sent to'
(leorgo Kalrehlld as manager of tin
.Mnkeo Sugar Company. It will mi ,
doiibtodly bo the menus of hrl.iglmt
nliout the exchanges of Kspnit I in Is
which have been to much dlscuimcd j
Mr. George ll. Palrclillil. Mcmger, I
Makeo Sugar Co., Honolulu.
Sir: Taking tlio nppralsemput, dat
ed the 1.1th Inst., of tho Kapai Iitnl
appralrera.W. ! Hopper, (leo. 1'. Ken
ton and J. II Moragne, as a IhsIh, the
(lOvernment propores nn ecliani;ol
with the Mnkee Susar Co, bh frllown,
tho details to bo agiccd .uponSUtor If
this gcncial proposition Is 'approved
by tho Mnkeo Sugar Co.:
The Government to convey to t'vi
Maker Sugar Co. nil tho 1-r. 1j o"
Anaholn and Kiinmlomnlti hclouKim
to It below tjio JiUR.ot lju, prcHynl fof
esl rL'PvjCJl .1'"' .abqyo a'llno rtinm.w
one liundred UC0) feet above am!
parallel with high water mark, ex
cepting rinds (the Government t'i
hac a right of way also over the
rond on Iealla to tho forest reserve), i
rchool, church and cemetery lota, and j
the lasln or, fill phout tho mouth, of
Anaho't.i river (pojindod In general on
the SiniTii by tho cano tlelds (it the
foot ot the biuff, on the west,, li the
main Goernmeiit road, on the north '
hy the foot of thu bluff and on the '
east extending out Indefinitely Into
the ocean, tho Government reserving
also a right for Itself or such other ad
it shall appiove to contlnict and
maintain n railroad across Anahola
mid Kamalomnlo, (paying for the in:
provrmcr.tr. If any, taken) anywhere
bctwicu the shore and one huudrid
(100), feet nbovo the present railway
track, wth the right to take for I'tich
purposo within such limits u strip in
feet wide, am! wider where norj-srary
for cuts, fills, trending, Eldetracks,
etc., but. so as not tn Interfere with
the jir.OKcnt railway, tp Jung aa II
bhall bo mt. itnlned, except to the
extent necessary, us by- tiossiug, Ita
Tho Government lo convey also
BEGINNING TODAY, WE WIU SERVE A
The Business Men in the States have tried and ap
proved it, so will the Business men of Honolulu. Every
thing the BEST.
PRICES 25c, 35 c, 50c. nnd 75c,
CHANGE OF BILL EVERY DAY.
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
This sw,ell shoe, made 07er the Cornell Last, has the
Pointed Swing Toe, which fives it a graceful appearance, n'nd yet
is very roomy in the tread.
There's no slipping in the heel, or bulgirg in the sides,
which are so common in some makes of shoes.
When a ,man wenrs n Bannister Shoe, he feels th.it he is cor
., Manufacturers' Shoe
P. 6. Box 400.
GE AND SALE
1..1 i .in i k i.f Iii
on i he North
-lde i'i iio K'ipaa nv . '
Tl." t!i)ernnn'ir to pi i . 'ilso thy
i lulu to develop, tnki ..'in utilize wat
n.u-i povve: in,. ! i rl iKiwot
mve Hie fun t lin Aiialmla nnd
Kininlnnialo, nnd rui'iriiri and use
the necessary loads, illtilns. lunncln
reservoirs, etc ,
The vMakee Sugar Co in convey to
the Government tho lands or W nlpou
II and North ami South Ol n i. r.ha
the dam of northerly Kapai n-yervo'
about ten (I.)) feet or so as 'to m
create tho reservoir's capaclt) ab
iii.iiijii.n'jO ga-loui; pa the io:' .1
Mild apprnWenicnt: nml mil."
tlie Govurnmetit other lands accep
ublo to It qf the value of $12S7fi 1
(Nolo: In litis estimate the Govern
ment stinds tho cost of all the felic
lag excepting one-half 14) thai
ncroys Anahoia, Kanrilomnlo aud Kca
If tho oxihango Is effected, tho Gov
v ttneiili limposus tn lease for. say. D
)li-,Mtscane laiuls' with water)" t'M3
tho follbv,'lng upset rentals:
Kapaa. 2U5I 1 acrcH at f D. 15H HI :
Walpoull. '3R7 acres at tl.9SS.3l;
Nortli Olehena, S32.C acres
South Olclicua, 257
acrca i at
Total. 2U07. acres at $t 1.275.22.
Ihe water to bo subject to tlio use of
fotllers for domestic purposes.
The Government proposes also to
allow the Makeo Sugar Co.. If It' so
desires, lb- no of the Anaholn wharf '
and warehou'ey free yf charge, with
the right tu inargy for tho carrlago
of freight li rail helvii'ti that and
other points hut ivlthout the right to
charge otl ers for tho use of th wharf
Itsetr, the Makeo Sugar Co maintain
lug thu wharf and warehouses in prop
er, condition nl Its own expense, lhli;
nrraugemeiii to uo terminaiuo ai win
or on un agreed notlco by olthcr.
Verv lespictfully. '
(S1b.-- JAS. W. PRATT,
Commlscloncr of Public Ijnda.
(sis.) w. r. i'ri:au,
Phone 282 Vf
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