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BVBN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, APR. 22, 1008.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Pfirrlnjjton,
Per Month, n)w!icre hi US. 9 7K
Per Quartfr, n where In V S . S.oo
Per Yeir, arivohete InV S H.oo
Per Year, jKrttpatd, foreign, ll.oo
CIRCULATION- LAROEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rp i I Editorial Rooms, - 185
! Business Office, - 256
Honolulu's tourist season will noon
begin If nit tiling continue ns tliey
All carKoea for the remainder of
Hawull'8 sugar campaign will reach i
market nt tho higher pi Ices.
Marston Campbell Is getting so
many titles that he will soon be the
l'oobah of the whole combination.
Wc trust that tho people of our
outside Counties hne no serious ob-l
jectiuu to coming to Honolulu to wit
ness the doings of tho Fleet.
Fnlrchlld should hnve n care, else
It will US' necessary to wait for an
other Hoard of Appraisers to put a
value on the North Olchena lands.
Governor. Frenr will dlno nt the
White House with the other Ooern
irn. May he have n spcclnl place In
the fnwir of the man nt the head of
Tho Oceanic line has finally set
the pace for lower passenger rates
on the old-time liner. This policy
should bring business to tho steam
ship and to Honolulu.
Oct up, wako up, hurry up' Tho
Fleet will be here before you realize
It. And the entertainment of the At
lantic Fleet Is n mighty big propo
sition for the city of Honolulu.
J. II. Castle's rca'l philanthropy
will ho established when ho puts the
Satan of Consolidation and Client
Labor behind him and opens hU
fields permanently to Independent
It would seem selfish to refuso the
other Islands n share of the Fleet. It
would be a good education for the
men ou tho ships, If the movement of
the Fleet Included a cruise nround
every island of the gniup.
Did you ever stop to think that
Honolulu will gain a reputation as a
summer rerort In consequence of
twenty thousand men writing homo
that our weather Is not particularly
hot even during mid-July?
Tho Bulletin has received a
typewritten "appeal" regarding tho
Hapld Transit service. It cannot bJ
given the public thiough these col
umns because the man who wrote It
apparently thinks wo publish anony
Tho bonding decision of tho Su
preme Cuuit makes one thing very
clear: tho business of tax levy nml
collection should bo placed under the
administration of the Counties. That
Is the next detail of local self-government
to be worked out.
OCEANIC CUT RATE.
The decision of the Oceanic Steam
ship Company to reduce the passen
ger rates on the steamship Alameda
will be recolved by the community as
one of the most gratifying Items of
news In this season of good things.
The people of the town nro con
vinced that a reduction of tho pas
senger rato between this city and the
Coast will so Increase the passenger
traffic that the Income will more than
mako up the apparent loss. Further
more, It Is believed that in order tu
place the smaller steamers on an
equality with the great passenger
and freight carrlors put on the
through lines in recent years, some
offset must be made nnd a first
class service at u lower price is ar
Some will urgue that to tho man
who has enough money to travel, ten
dollars moio or less will make llttl
dlfference. This may bo so, hut wo
At all ovonts, It Is to he hoped that
Honolulu will accept this concession
In steamship faresIn a spirit that
will cause the management of tho
company to be satisfied that their ef
forts aio appreciated. The town that
receives a concession with the com
ment that the reduction Is 'not us
largo as It should be, docs not Inspire
operators of transportation linos to
continue In their good work.
Transportation Is tho one great
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
r-er Six Moulin 0 .Ko
Tcr Vear, nlierelnUS I.oo
Per Year, nnywlicre In CanaJa . I.Ru
Per Year jxwtpnlJ, fortlgn 3.o
Entered nt the iVwtoflire at Honolulu
Rt-cini'l clan muter.
APRIL 22, 1908
problem of Hawaii ami every move
niuile to lower tlie rate of travel and
lucre me tlie number of tf.nelers Is1
In the right illiectlou ami should!
have the support of our citizens.
(Continued from Pace V
table Is the best ami Its stnteruoms
nro commodious, nnd tho passengers
do not have to take second plnco to
through passengers who sometimes
consider those coming on at Honolulu
Conditions on the I'nclflc nro the
same ns ou the Atlantic tho crowd
heuds for tho big ship.
Tho general opinion has been tint
a reduction of tho ralo would dis
count tho advantage of tho "big boat '
and at tho same tlmo make tho trip
to Honolulu moro attractlvo to tho
class of people that can travel but
hnxo to flguro to save a little money
hero and there.
V. M. aiffard, the manager for Ir
win & Co., agents for tho Oceanic Hue,
Is very positive In his comment on the
recent tnlk regarding tho passenger
capacity of Bteamers !caiug this
port. Ho doesn't understand why so
mnny peoplo are so excited ovor tho
nllcgcd lack of rooms on the outgoing
ships. Ho says there has been plenty
of space and up to yesterday after
noon, the Alameda had still state
looms, commodious ones, to spare.
When tho Alameda left this morn
ing there were sixteen vacant cabin
berths, this on thn basis of two pas
sengers to each room. Had tho three
berths In each room been utilized tho
number nvallablo would havo been
Tho whole trouble now as In the
past tins been that tho published it's
sender lists do not tell tho trim story.
l'eoplo book on ovcry outgoing steam
er ami flu tho lists full to overflowing,
but they go out on only one and some
times don't so.
Thus It Is that things aro not what
they sfcm. There Is plenty of space
to accommodate tho travellers when
It Is taken Into consideration that one
"It was the grandest spectacle on
earth." "The flro was thrown within
twenty feet of the top of tho pit, and
tho floor wns covered with running
oti earns of lava." "I would not have
mlised the sight for any considera
tion." These were the romarks made by
visitors returning from the Volcano
Don't wait for the activity to
cease; book now while the show is
Only 142.60 for the round trip.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERHOUBE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, three bedroom
modern cottage $3200,
Makiki District, Kinau Street, Lot
50x90, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Pacific Hts., 2 bedrooms $25.00
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 $50.00
Pacific Hts 4 bedrooms $50.00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $50.00
Wnikiki, 4 bedrooms $00.00
Manoa, 3 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 4 bedrooms $60.00
Ainahau, Waikiki $75.00
Sjiink mk $mM
perron cannot travel on two ships, al
though ho may book nt ovry steam
ship oltlco In the town nnd go nboiu
growling about what he can't get
Tho operators of the Ameilcan lines
aro very frank In expressing their be
lief that the whole business Is n part
of tho game of fchemers who want to
got n suspension of the coastwlso
shipping laws In tho interest of tho
foreign Bteamshlp lines.
MILLS MUST PAY
(Continued from Paae 11
such it case, and therefoie ho will
have to tako his choice.
Andrnde told Mills that ho wis
sorry to hnve to nlludc to the un
pleasant Incident, but nfter studying
tho law on tho Biibject he had found
that no appeal would He In cases of
direct contempt, such ns tho case In
question, and for this reason ho
would have to observe the mittimus
efltercd calling for the payment of a
line of $10 or, In default thereof, for
Impriiionment for ten dnjs. The
Judge stated that ns long ns ho wns
on tho bench It was his Intention to
havo tho processes of the court car
Mills spoke generally about several
legal processes, nnd said that he
would take steps to see that he was
protected. He asked that ho be giv
en tho original mittimus, , and tho
Court Infoi med htm that this had
been faulty and that a new one .ad
been made out In ItS'placo. Too orig
inal document had Inadvertently
been destroyed by the clerk.
Mills left the court without pay
ing .us fine. Tho Court subsequent
ly directed the Deputy Sheitff to c-jr-ry
nut the mittimus, and to pliic.
Mills In Jail In caso he had not pnld
tho fine by 4 p. m. It Is posslblu
that Mills will not pay his fine and
will take the matter to somo other
court, nfter he has been Imprisoned,
cither by habeas corpus or by a will
(Continued from Pane 1)
in which they made the trip. A plug
In ono of tho boilers blew out, while
the vessel was at the Harbor, dis
abling the craft for come time, su
that the officers had to return to
Honolulu In u launch. Escaping
stcum severely scalded Charles Ml'-
lor, a fireman, causing extensive
burns, hut probably no fatal Injur
ies. The Injured man was brought
In on tho launch also, 'nnd taken to
tho dispensary, wliro he received in
stant ttcatment. Tho party returned
fn the launch nt 1:30 this afternoon..
It was found that he had been
burned over the back, arms and legs,
und, whllo his Injuries must have
been exceedingly painful, he will
live, the Burgeon states.
Tho Iroquois, which should have
icturiied early In the afternoon, was
forced to lie at anchor at Pearl Har
bor, making up steam, until lato this
nfternoon. Sho Is expected In about
No further injury to tho machin
ery In the Government steamer wi's
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre tmd Bilk,
im strips oaty.
We Mn two pattern in eaoh of
the f Uwing eolow :
WBTB WITH PINK;
WXTTB WITH BLUB;
WJUTE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST,
Klhel stockholders will got their
money on Mny 1, nnd that means
letting loose about half n million dol
lars In the town.
Alexander & llnldwlu publish n no
tice In this paper today thu the llnnl.
arrangements for the purchase of Kl
het plantation li.ie been completed
nnd stockholders on presenting thclt
stock at the A. & II. office on or nfter
Muy 1 will receive M0. per share, the
amount agreed upon. It has been
estimated that fully hnlf n million
dollnrs will be put In gcncrnl circu
lation by this payment.
The meeting at noon today held nt
tho Orpheum between managers of
Sailor Roberts nnd tho Japanese
wrestler Mltsukn resulted In thu
signing of articles for tho match, to
be held on Mny 2 at the Orphumu.
Fifty per cent, of the gross receipts
will go for n purse, less the cost of
the preliminary bouts, to bo divided
between the principals: 75 per cent,
to tho winner, 25 per cent, to the
loser. The full Nelson hold Is burred
with somo others. The bout will bu
decided by the best two In threo falls.
Knch principal puts up 150 for
This Is a championship match, ns
Mltsukn Is the best of his class In
the Islands, and a strictly hlgh-clas3
Jnpaneso wrestler, while Hobcrts'
powers arc pretty well known here
and he Is also a local champion.
Harry Cobb was chosen ns referee
by the fieo and voluntary consent of
all concerned in the match.
Tcmpeintires A a. in., CD; S u. in
74; 10 a. in. 75; noon, 74: moinliu;
Barometer, S a. m 30.00; absolute
humidity, 8 n. m 5.23D grains per
cubic foot; rclntlto humidity, 3 a. in.,
D8 per cent; ilitw point, 8 a. m., GS,
Wind 0 a in., velocity 7, direction
N?T:.; 8 a. in., Velocity 8, direction E.j
10 n. m., velocity 14, direction E.;
noon, velocity 6, direction E.
Hitlnfall .during 24 hours ended b
n. m.. trace.
Total wJnd mavanicndilurlni; 21
l.uurs ended nt noon. 2.00 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. U S. Weather Bureau
Tho Interesting cnto of tho Kaunl
Wine and Liquor company !a still go
tug on In tho United Stale. District
Court, and from nppoarances. It will
not be concluded for a day or so yut
This Is the first bankruptcy caso ovoi
tried hero with a Jury.
Members of tho Printers' Baseball
I.caguo will meet In the roof garc'c.i
of the Young Hotel nt 3 o'clock Hit"
Pocketbook containing Masonic cer
tificate nnd certificate for fifty
shares Onhu Sugar Co.'s stock. Ho
ward If returned to this office.
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-mode, 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-
H. F. Wichman & Co.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improisd and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
ecription made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a sptcialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
m If ARIIGUS
CcmtIcu is, fcr rnMMftaCo.
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for Constipation. -
' There arc many ailments
directly dependent itpoti con
stipation, such as biliousness,
discolored and pimpled skin,
inactive liver, dyspepsia, over
worked kidneys hud headache.
Remove constipation and
all of these iillntents dis
appear. MAN-A-L5N can be relied upon
to produce a gentle action of
the bowels, tnnlcing1 pills ami
drastic catliartici entirely un
necessary, A dose or two of Mnn-nlln
Is advisable In slight febrile
Attacks, la grip tc, colds and
THE MAN-ALIN CO.,
COLUMUUS, OHIO, U. S. A.
The following wholesale drugclst"
will supply tho retail trtvlo:
Ilenson, Smith & Co., Honolulu,
Honolulu Drug Co., Hawaii
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fitting and
Supplies; also New, Jcney School
Church Furn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desk3 and Scats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Imports to ordci.
TIios. G. Thrxusi.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.""
j; M. LEVY &
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HOSPITAL FOE DOGS.
777 KING ST. PHONE 1420.
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for a ood meal
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in Our Windows and tee the Fine
Souvenirs of Atlantic Fleet
PRICES 5cts., 20cts., nnd 2ScU.
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Fort Street near Beretania.
I L0THING made by manufacturers who arc willing
to stake their icsutation3 and money on the qual
ity of the goods wc offer you' through our adver
tisements in this paper, are prima facie goods of'
When you arc oiTarcd substitutes for such goods you
may be sure there is a leason, r.ud this reason generally ii
more profit to the one who offers the substitutes, and in
many instances means inferior goods.
Remember all goods branded with the Stein Bloch
trade-mark and advertited to the public nt large have gen
erally gone through the proce3j of being tried and not
WHEN YOU ASK FOR STEIN BLOCH CLOTHING IN
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Fort and Morcfoaxit Streets
Indianapolis, Indiana. March 24th, 1903.
Stoddnrd-Dayton Motor Cf.r Co.,
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IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
isn't good enough for, you. Get i
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128 Hotel Street.
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over, defeating all entries, re- ' A
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