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The best spokesman a merchant can have is a BULLETIN AD
:80 O'CLOCK All Ads have some value the best ones are in the Bulletin E0IX60N B
When a man builds a water-wheel
, plant on the bank of a liver, his first
purpose is to deflect the current to
get his power. When a man starts
in buir.ei3 his first purpose it to de
flect the current of trade into lis es
tablishment. How, there is no such
means at his command as advertising,
Draws The Attention Of The Great
Public Whose Necessities Are
The Basis of All Bui-
VOL. X. NO. 3933
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22. 1 908
PRICE 5 Q-NTS
ill $a fefl fm .&
w us 1 I y J in V" B GJ
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Tlio Ocinnic StoaniiMp tympany has reduced lt- trans
piirlntliiii r.ilu o.i the siemsMp Ala 'ieln. ,
Hosltiiiliig Willi i'ip nip nf the Alameda, loailttg lioto on
.lum IH tli. tin- rati) Tor first cl-"n passengers wl'l liu $01 ono
wny and the round trip rale S 10.
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Tho mat tar of lediteeil iatis "has liner will be nrrrptril by the IIcuo-
liocii under dlscusiloti hy tin- rtcoanle '"I" people ns n stop In the light ill-
uo.np.uiy Tor many inoi.llu. and It Is ''cr,!'!"- ""'I '""Iv ' liieici.e the
. . . , ... . . trav'l mi tlio loril hunt. Mnny limi-
Btnted Unit. Urn locil iisoiif) Im ill- ,,io iix folt Hint n lowi r rales would
wait been III favor or tin- nw.cm -lit. bring more people to tho Islan "n The
1'liiPlly the onllrlp-iiliiiiR woie inv.jiil boiler IniH bten g ncral that wltli tlio
id by n (Milligram tceolvd estcrd.iy pause-user rate iliu mine ti that nil
niillltirlzlllg Hie iik-iIm to iii'tko tlio Iiik 'H the bin Iliu m. people w-ilt for
iitinounecinoiit Hi it. l ginning wlib tin larger litjH. although there la no
llii' .lilno trip Hir ic lined flgu.-e. will getting aiotiud tin' f.ict tlnit tlio Ala-
l" put hi foire iiii-ilA 11 n first clii i Rtonmor. It
Tlio Ion r iatiu on the nul reliable ' ' (SoSStUOd On l'ce 4)
BULLS MUST PAY ACCIDENT ABOARD
OH 00 TO JAIL' THE IROQUOIS
IJuncinltil I'riH Sf'ofnl Ca6ll
GUATEMALA CITY, C. A., April
22. A volley fired by five cadets who
were 'nctmc as a guard-of-honor at
the reception of the American. Min
ister wounded President Cabrera.The
men were promptly executed.
Money For jCAVALBY POST
New Navy) ON LEILEil FUR
Aocfatel ir Fptc(at Cnblr
LONDON, Eng., April 22. Sir
Cumpbcll-Banncrnan, late Premier
of the British Government, is dead.
THAW GETS 1IEA1UN G
lAaatttfttit Veil Spectal Cable 1
POUGKEEPSIE, N. Y., April 22.
Harry Thaw was today rjranted a
wiit of habeas corprs.
Andrade Tells Him That
Appeal Does Not
llprry T. llllla will li.ni' lo pay
lila linn or i lo Jail. Tblx was Iliu
nlli'iliatlvu offuritd liltn tlila iiftui
iinon by .IiiiIkr Andr.'idu ilmlm; I lie
(.vkbIoii of tlio civil unit of tlio DUlllct
(kitut. Mills, wlien be was llnoo Ji
for iimti'inpt of tonu last Monday,
notpd an nppunl, lint It Ioih Kintis
Iiitii foinid tb it no niie.il lli'H In
(Continutid un Tape i.)
Cmc Colds, Coughs, and Grippe
Safely, Surely, and fhiicr.ly.
25c per Bottle
Boiler Plug Blows Out;
'Hid visit to Pearl Unrbor mado
tills morning by Captain Rues, tlio
no'.v coninianilaiit at tlio Naval Sta
tion, mid Admiral Very, tlio irtliliiK
riinimnnd.iiit, was maried by nil uc
cliliT.t to the hollciu nf the 1 1 Illinois',
(Continued on 2age 4)
FOB THE BEST FBUIT
place your order with us.
Island Fruit Co.,
78 S. King St. Phone 15.
We have inoluded Collejre Hills in
our paroels delivery route. Our wa
pon leaven town for Waikiki ond
College Kills at 10:30 a. m. every
The ilepaitnru of A. (1. M. Itobert
pon mill J. U. I.ano to ChlcnRo an
delegates to the .National Convention
will probably eaiiso uimo changes In
the tn.iKe-np of tlio Hepiihllenn Con
fa I Conimlltee. Ah It happens, Uob
citfon li the ehalrninn mid-I.ano tlio
vlie ehttlrniaii of tlio Central Com
mlttoo, mill they, nu well im tlio other
im mbera of that body, arc nt present
woiryliu; nlmiit tho faet that there
will bn no ono to rail tho eoniinlttee
together hIiouIiI oecnsioii nrlcc, in
ease no nrraiiRcnient Ik made before
UolierJwm and I.ano dopait
"Tlio only way I imu seo out of It
la to Iiiino either Itohcrlbon or niyBelf
ica Inn," ,.ld I.ano this iifliiriioou. "1
think that It would be best that I re
hlgu i:h vlro ehalriiiun, though I can
still remain uh n member of the com
nilltro. In that ease I want to have
W. II. r'arrltigton appointed vlro
rhalnuan In my plaro ho that ho ran
lal'o ihaigo while Aloe mid I am
away. 1 linvo HpoKcn jvlth huvcral
iiioinberH iibout Ibis matter, mid they
ill feel the mime wuj about It ns I
TTie firm of Alcc.inbi a ..will
today lerelved the folli wing dispatch
finni Itn New York ecu loiponilentB-
Ther" was n Bale ot Hfi-dcgreo crn
trlf.igul migar i"t'ula.v that doei
nit affe-t the bams of llawaltnn nil
g'irs. nt t.O.
ru'ian mignrn foi New York deliv
ery. May shipment in ite.iiner. Amer
ican Hiiftar Itclluliig Co was the buy
er. Market Htrong, advance expected.
Noxt mouth'tt Hhlpaicnts from Cuba
offered l-tfitli itihmirp. Unfavorable
pathpr In Cuba.
l-vnilnn marl.it closed nt 11h.
in 1-2tl. firm, four mnitths henro
limited tit Hn inUanc.o of t l-2d.
.tMorlnt'd I'rcii .Vjirclnl C'dtifl
WASHINGTON, D, C, April 22.
The employers' liability law was
It carries an amendment of ?5,
OCO.GGO. for an immediate beginning
of the new Navy.
PLAQUE AT GUAYAQUIL
ftinwrtntrrt ym Spfffol Cable
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, April 22.
There have been twenty cases from
bubonic plague here since Saturday,
Nine have died.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, April 22.
The President today presented the
following anpointmentr: Maior Gen
eral Barry and Generals Morris and
Rcadc, to be Brigadiers.
FREE SHIPS REPEAL
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 22.
The House has passed the bill re
pealing the trade of the Philippines
to be carried on in foreign bottomc.
O (Kpei'hil Bulletin YVIieluu)
IIII.O. Ilaw.ill, Aplll 22,
l!r,r, P M Tlif, mm nil, d iF
is'the Shlehlk baby wero found
In tne iiilim of tlio parsonage,
mill will Im burled today. An
-t ImoMlgatioii Ik In progress.
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RUN AL3L THE WAY
or not, just as you pl;ase. THE IMPORTANT THING is
to get here while our new stock of SHIRTS
For B it s i n e s s Men
25c, 35e, 50e, 75c.
Alexander Young Cafe
'it (Special Hill lot In WlrclP's)
l IIIJo, llai.all. April 22-The
i!t tnmip of Itev Ciirlls Hhlelds, pis
Si tne nf flu, IVirrtlf.n flt.nr-l, ivi.
tt binned to the ground at I o'clock
tt yi'Btenliy afinrnoon anil a Jap
it nncHo baby lust its llfo In tho
ii ThpriT 'eie n .lim-inou, wmn-in
Jit and thiee children In tho hotmo
ui in. un nine h wns nitovcroil on
it tiro The woman waved tho two
it oldest. Inn I lit ynungpit was
it upstnlm mill tho honso burned ro
rapmiy mat mo was unililo to
ttrparh It mid Hie child was burned
ii to til-nth
tt The pa lonago of the llllo
tt Ton Ign rliutrh was built In
it lStlK nt tt i t of over $3oon It
it was Insured for S2.500 In Hip
ii Liverpool. London Olobo Ituiiir
ti aiiro cntnpany. of which Illahop
ti & Co, are ilie local agents.
The fin it-f-i-manee of I ho
"MiiHcot" v.i.l li.io lo bo poiit
poncd. This Is tlio fuel un ac
count of tho condition of Mn).
Crook's voice. Sho hns been ord
ered by her physician not to
Blng, and thai settles It.
Mrs. Crook hnd tlio mlsfortuno
to coutrnrt tho prevailing colli
mill rho Is so honrfo bIio rail
hnrdly speak. To slug In out of
Sir Ilorzur Mated this morn
Ins that tho tickets alrendy
bought will hold good for the
perfnimnnco whlrli will certain
ly come off next week.
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11 of. N. M. I.owls mid son Charles
will render n piano duct entitled "Tho
Oiertnrc of Wllllnni Tell,' hy (lott
rhnlk, in connection with tho recep
tion to llltdinp HnrrlB In the Methodist
Chiirrh nt 2 o'clock tomorrow. Tho
public Is lmltod.
The trustees of tho Chamber of
Coniineiie will glvo un informal
luncheon tomonow at noon, nt tho
Ciimnierrial Club, In honor of Ad
lasts, They're the Sw.-llest in Pattern, the very Handsom
est Shirts of the season. See them in our windows.
Just in by the Alimcda.
uc, tun aM
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
.TMTBrirnrTrrmtnTWHrTm in mm"
THE PAPERS! for DAINTY HOMES
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With icference to 'he u'lllz itlnn of the l. lleliun trnet of
my iruler tjinllng If, on Inqnln f the Cttlel of Staff
It Is the lnteii'liia to station a regiment of ravnlrv at
piece and that t. i.-,;lnieti;iil post will be b.illt."
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Tho nbave Is an extract from n let
ter received bv Societal y Wood of
the Promotion Committee from n-c
of the hUh'.st military authorities
W.inhlnmon. whote nainu It has been
ilermed advlrablr to withhold from
publication nt preient. but whos,o pi
t.ltlim liavt'H no doubt as to the viniiv
of tho Information convoked.
I'or uimo lime p'ist the Te.-rlli-i:-him
been urging the authorities -it
Washington to h.ivo the I.ello.i,.,
tract, or at least pari thereof, gUcn
baric to tho tiiritory for settlmeiit
purposes, hy tho Wur I)oprtment,
which now holds It for a military res- '
crvatlon. However, should a cavalry
pest be osuililihUwl tlu-n. and the
tplcadld pli'.n at 1 olkhn ' for .
nilvuntngc for u ion ot this kind, ih
benellt for the Territory ill gnr.u
wiiu'il bo much greater than If the,
land vvre deeded hark to It. Fur
llieriiioie, t is quite prolicide that
et" pait of the tt. nor ."it .ii will ba
nui'Keil for tin- mt, and that not
cniiseqiipnco the Torrltory may rp
cclvo the remainder of the land
DENIES "NEGLECT" FLEET COMMITTEE
OF MRS. KASSEBEEi
Dr. Clark States She .Hawaii
"As for any statement of neglect
in the case of Mrs. Dora Kassebcer,
it is a falsehood. She received the
best attention that we could give."
Tho nboo Is the statement made
by Dr. (1. V. Clark, surgeon nf the
O. S. S. Alameda, in regard tn Ktate
nientH that Mrs. Kti&Kchecr died In
this city on tho 20th Infl , under cir
cumstances which lead friends to be
lieve neglect wlillo she was slrli on
tho Alameda led tn tho fatality. Tlio
statements are flatly contradicted,
not only by Dr. Chirk, but by other
offtrers of tho steamer ns well. He
objects to tho coloring given thesa
statements, Indicating that tho wo
man lay In n steerage bunk for da3
(Continued on Pqe 3)
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 21.
SUGAR: 00 degree Centrifugals,
4.445 cents, or $88.00 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 4.3G cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 0 3-4d.
Parity, 4.50 cents. Previous quota
tion, lis. Od.
Fleet; Will Take
fiovcrnor Trcar "has went", nnn
Secretary K. A. Mott-Smith will im
mediately get busy on tho vlna for
tho entertainment of tho American
fleet when the great flotilla arrives
here. He nnnoimced this morning
that there would bo a meeting of tho
licet committro tomorrow afternoon lu
tho Uxtcutivo building, If passible, in
down town, If necessary. All of tho
preliminary pjans and preparations
litno been completed AH tho fornix,
notices, mid utat'onery of various
kinds has been printed,
At the meeting tomorrow, ilofinlt.i
rnmmlttrcs will bo nuiuoj, thMi- dis
tinct duties to perform laid nut, and
overytlilng put into working order tor
tlie rebelling of tho fleet.'
Tho following appeal from tho
Count? f Hawaii has romo to Mr.
Mutt-Smith. In It. the Hoard ot Hui
ervlbiirs from tho Dig Island state
that they want the wholo fleet to visit
them If poKslbUvhut If this cannot be,
thev would be fcnllnfloiV with ono battleship.
Wheroas, the biggest licet III tho)
tvi'uti, a iMiiiiiiu iii inti American
N'nvv, is making the greatest crutso
In history, nnd
Whrrena, this fleet will pass wlljiln
(Contlnusd on Pago 2)
! I,a li,l,W1,p
the day after a big fire, say either,
"The property was a total loss," or
"The loss was fully covered by in
surance." Those few words mean a great
deal to the owner of the pronerty;
and they mean, too, that he has eith
er protected or neglected his inter
ests. Which nre YOU doing now?
We renretent reliable, dullar-for-
dollar comnanien, ,
Fori St. tlcnolul"
f, tn ' -
'E have opened up a lino of Cretonnes which
nave just arrived from New xorK. About
thirty patterns of the prettiest kind of goods.
buitablc for draperies or cushion work.
The living room or bedroom which is furnished with
wicker chairs or rockets can be improved if loose cushions
of this lovely material arc used in each piece.
A new and striking novelty for cushions, draperies, or
upholstery work, Suitible for neat couch covers.
Also a new pattern of striped dark blue for portieres
by the yard.
Man" new pieces of upholstery fabrics have arrived.
J. HOPP fc CO.
185 King St.,
FURNITURE IN STOCK SUITABLE FOR ANY ROOM AND
AT A PRICE TO MEET THE PURSE OF ANYONE.
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 some mokes of shoes.
When a man wears a Bannister Shoe, he feels that he is cor
P, 0. Box 4G0.
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