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EVKN1MQ OLtTIN. HONOLULU, T. 11., FIIIDAV, APRH."21, 1908. .
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dai3y every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Parrlneton, Editor
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Ilctween the men who can't boivo
mid those who were forgotten, the
chairman of the Ocncrnl Committee
should he nhlo to balance things.
May It prove to Hawaii's advan-1
tago that the Japanese Foreign or
Hce has an official near the head of
the list who knows the situation
here, nn3 on the Pacific Coast, hy
Judge l'crry for Major would havo
to Le Judge l'crry, a changed man.
Mjr. Terry has been very outspolui
In his opposition to local self-government.
His saving quality may bo
that he hati seen the light ami, being
converted. Is more enthusiastic thnn
the old-line popular-government men.
Is It so?
Will the experts please explain?
There Is the Executive Committee of
the Fleet Committee and the Wn8
nnd Means Committee of the Execu
tive Committee of the (lenernl Com
mittee of the Fleet Committee. Then
thero are various other Committees
of the Committees of the Fleet Com
mittee. Is It Bate to call them Indi
vidually and collectively Fleet Com
mittee and tell them to go to work 7
What does It pioflt Hawaii to dis
cuss prohibition of the liquor truffle
when It has a first-class law for reg
ulating the liquor trnlllc and less
than one-half of one per cent, of the
population want Prohibition? Maine,
at the end of a generation of Prohi
bition, Is having more trouble with
the liquor traffic than ever before.
Yet It has enough law on Its bool;s
to keep every man who sells liquor
In Jail for the remainder of his dnyr
Vice President Hlland of tho Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Hallway
Is another addition to the list of pro
moters for Hawaii. The pleasant
things he says :re neither perfunct
ory nor forced. He likes Honolulu
und believes It has a great future.
116 doesn't make u dollar by speak
ing his mind on this topic. He mere
ly wishes to come here to get his
v share of Honolulu's magnificent ell
mate and wants others to know of It,
that they too may enjoy life.
Anything that J. H. Castle pro
poses always appeals to the Hullo
1 1 n because wo hellave Mr. Castl"
to be a thoroughly honest man. We
should hesitate to suggest to the
Governor, however, that Van Dint
should have land in preference t"
any other citizen who might wish to
enter agricultural enterprise. In
tended parcelling nut of certnt'i
lands to particular people was what
held up the Mana Band-lot deal, nnd
thero Is no denying that the claim
of the protestunts was founded on
THE EVENING NEWSPAPER.
The old argument on tho superior
ity of the evening newspaper Is soon
settled. In mainland communities It
Is no longer a topic for argument and
the facts are so well established In
this community that only those anx
ious for a talk-fcst Indulge In the
' pastime of reviewing the undent sub
ject. The people read the evening nows
paper to secure the news of tho day.
The morning paper Is read by that
section of the community seeking to
satisfy Its curiosity ns to whoso ox
has been gored.
Throughout tho mainland tho In
crease of the evening newspapers tells
Us own story of which field Is most
attractive to capital. In the gre.it
metropolitan centers the evening edi
tions are taking precedence over the
morning editions of the same estab
lishment. In Hawaii, the proposition of su
periority requires no more eloquent
s, demonstration than the estuhltshad
" nnd duly proved fact that the B v o n
"l.ng nulletln has tho large H
circulation In tho city of Honol-j lu
and Torrltory of Hawaii of any pr.Tict
This is admitted even by contem
Entrrcil M the Postoffic at Honolulu
n srcnut) cta miller.
APRIL 24, 1008
PREPARING FOR THE FLEET.
The appointment of the Fleet com
mlttees now puts the work up to tho
people to prepare for tho greatest en
tertainment proposition this city has
The slzo of the task In hand is
what should Impress Itself particu
larly upon all Honolulu as well as
those Immediately in charge. The
combined Fleet that will anchor off
tills port will carry n population of
twenty thousand men. This Is near
ly half the population of Honolulu,
Including men, women, und children.
Not all of this Fleet population
will land in one day. Hut the lib
erty parties are likely to average be
tween two and three thousand
quite large enough to keep the town
busy each day.
There aro certain set features
which may be determined without
much trouble. The city should be
decorated. It would be very proper
for the Decoration Committee to map
out a general scheme for the down
town section, to which every busi
ness house would contribute Us
snare In Dags and bunting. These
decorations would, of course, remain
during the stay of the ships in port.
Another decorative feature which
rhould bo n committee affair is the
night Illumination. There is no
doubt that the streets of the city will
be lively day and night. It would he
for the committee to decide whether
there should be general Illumination
throughout the down-town section or
Illumination nnd fireworks at tho
Capitol grounds each night.
.The program for tho welcoming
day will properly be tho most clabor-
"It was the grandest spectacle on
earth." "The lire was thrown vrltMn
twenty feet of the top of the pit, and
the floor was covered with running
streami of lavn." -"I would not havo
niltattd the sleht for any considera
tion." These were the remarks made hy
visitors returning from the Volcano
Don't wait for the actirity to
cetue; dook now while the show is
Only 142.50 for the round trip.
For Information regarding the trip
WATZRH0U8E TRUST COMPANY,
cor. fort and Mereliant Sts.,
Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, three bedroom
modern cottage $3200.
Mukiki District, Kinau Street, Lot
50x00, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
imk mk LoM
Pacific Hts., 2 bedrooms $25.00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $27,50
Young St., 2 bedrooms $au.uu
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
Waikiki, 4 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 3 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 4 bedrooms $60.00
Ainahau, Waikiki $75.00
3iwifr 1wid W
ate, nnd the ships will undoubtedly
contribute their share toward n mon
ster parade which will ho one of tho
nlt-lmportnnt features to our people
Tho boys In the ranks would unques
tionably nppreclate n great "feed"
following the parade, on somewhat
tile saino plan as that given the koI
dlcrs who went through to tho Phil
Sports nlwnjs appeal to Oio men
and our own people nre so active In
this lino that It Is only n matter of
arranging the plan of nctlon so thera
may be no conflict.
Finally, the men who want to see
the city should not be forgotten. Out
of tho twenty thousand there will be
a large percentage who will bo Inter
ested In tho "sights of the city" that
tho tomlBt seeks and wo advertise.
"Seelng-llonolulu" cars would be
filled to overflowing.
Honolulu has one of tho tasks on
Its hands which it enjoys nnd It will
be done well If the people go to work
In tho right spirit, offer their sug
gestions to the committee early and
finally, when the program is Bet, Join
In to help In every possible way.
To Oenoral John H. Soper, President
of tho 3rd Precinct Republican
Club, and to the Officers and
Members of tho Club.
Mr. President and aentler.ie.i- I
hereby resign tho office of Klist Vice
President of this club. When poli
ticians want to shclto a man and de
stroy hts usefulness and practically
lay him away to rest they muko him
vlco president. However let mo thank
this club nnd the staunch Republicans
of the precinct for tho high honor
done me. I want this rcslgnnTion to
tako effect nt the first meeting of tho
club ns I wish to ho freo to do what
I think is right with "ono vote."
OEO. A. DAVIS,
First Vlco President, third Precinct
Honolulu, T. II., April 24, 190S.
MISS DEARD AT HILO.
Illlo, April 21. Among the arrivals
In Illlo last week by tho S. S. Mauna
Ken was Miss Alice Heard, erstwhile
manager of the Kona Orphanage. That
Institution has now been broken up
and tho forty children who wero there
sent to Honolulu. Miss Heard, ac
companied by two ladies who, pre
sumably nro tho former assistants at
tho Orphanngo, came hero from Kn
walhao In tho stecrngo dcsplto tho
fact that their tickets called for first
class passage, hut for somo unknown
reason Miss Heard did not wish to
havo her presenco known. Tho ladles
havo been staying in town with
f i lends and It is understood that they
will leave hy Iho Enterprise tomor
row, still traveling "Incog." Tribune.
CharlcH Dal mores, tho French ten
or of tho Manhattan Opera House.
New York, has been served with pa
pers In u suit brought against him
by tho Conrled Metropolitan Opera
Company for damages for breach of
contract. Mr. Dalmores Is requested
either to fulfill his contract or pay
For Your Next Eveninc Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
3G inches wide,
Kdllor ICvoulng 11 ii 1 1 o 1 1 n :
In tho Advertiser or tho 23rd liibt In
tho mlddlo of a long nrtlclo "Uariert
Doors, Hood Protection," appears the
"In ordinary cbbcs tho police aro
nblo to beat tho Chinese nt their own
gamo. This was shown In n raid cu
ducted by Detective l.cnl on Hiinujj
night on a Joint In Knncohc, a gamo
that had been r.mnlng within sight ol
tho headquarters of Deputy Sheriff Pa
hla nt the Kaneoho court housu hut
which lie had either not dlscoeud or
had overlooked, letting It run undis
turbed. Tho Honolulu police ai rived
nt tho placo after dark nnd muzzlo;
tho lookout, who had boon stntloued
on the road to look out Tor Intruding
officers, his cue to the gamblers to be
gUcii by pulling n ntrlng attached to
n bunch of tin cans hung up lu tho
gambling room. Tho string. Instead
of warning the gnmblorB, led tho po
lice straight to their quarry, the guard
having been grabbed nud his oIco
limited by pressure on the windpipe
beforo ho could glvo any signal. There
wero nbout fifty gamblers lu the Joint
and ten of- them were captured, put
ting up 110 apiece as ball.
"When their ciu.es wero called on
Monday tho ball was declared forttui
cd, but tho cases were reopened short
ly afterwards on tho appearance oi
Charley Achl, who succeeded yester
day in getting tho fines reduced to ?
Permit mo lo say, I have charge o;
twenty-three miles of district to pa
trol with n forco of four ixillconivii.
not ono of whom are my appointees,
the County Act permitting the Sheriff
to forco upon me what men ho likes.
Gambling will always exist und with
the forco I have to command I try to
stop It, as the otorJ who elected me
demand mo to do bo. I Intend to rim
again ns Sheriff, and I think notwith
standing what tho Advertiser says,
tho otors of Koolaupukb hao enougn
ennfldenco In me lo elect me asiln to
Anybody could co lo Honolulu nt
any tlmo nnd arrest gitnblers nu
they gamblers'' Why nre not -white
men nrrested for gnmbllug? Why?
Let tho Advertiser, which seems ti
be on ono side, say
Deputy Sheriff Koolaupoko.
Though th& grand stand wns not
as well fllled.as usual, there was n
very largo fcru'wd nt Mooheau Park
on Sunday tosic the opening games
of the season, of .1908. Most of tin
people obviously preferred to tako
advantage of the sunshine, which had
been conspicuously absent during the
week, and so basking In the rays,
they took In the games from the
Tho first was between tho Moo
heaus and the Hllos, old-tlmo rivals
Interest was sustained throughout
The Hllos tallied three in the first
hut, In tho fourth, four M notion us
crossed the plate.. Up to tho last the
game might havo gone any way, but
tho Mooheaus had things their way
find won by 7 to C.
Tho second gamo was to have been
between the II, A. O. team and the
V. M. I.'s, but owing to somo Inside
troublo regarding the changing of
tb,o name of tho latter, the Nanlwa
Japanese team took 'their place. Tho
game was excellent, tho Japs show
ing up particularly woll though they
last by 4 to 3, The winning run
was rapped out in tho last half of
tho ninth. Charley Alden umpired
both games. Tribune.
Don't waste another minute nlnn.
nintr for vour summer nntinir until
you know of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s plan.
aee jcrrst an. Saturday.
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
ISFACTION TO THE WEAR
ER. H. F. Wichman & Co.
OUR FIRST MAYOR
Wo'e Just uwnkciied. Why, ca,
certainly, why can't wo have Juilgo I
Perry? Of course, he's fine taken
tho Times from tTTe first number;
but there's Dr. Sinclair, he's toll,
too; and wo llko him, also. Now,
wore wo to have the Doctor, ho could
have n little dispensary fitted up In
his offlco (for Mayors have spare
time), nnd ho could glvo tho needy
Hawaiian free uilvlco nnd powders.
llul thero again lo Supervisor Lu
cas; wo have tils ml. for many yearn;
now, If ho were Mayor ho could nnd
would, throw down n few bundles of
shingles for any native, with n leaky
loof over his poor head. We want ft
downright practical sort of n Mayor,
one for the people nnd not for nuy
ono clan; wo ought to have n sou of
Hawaii, ically. If wo can't hnve ei
ther ono of that trio mentioned.
There's Judd, Dillingham and llnld-
wln, the second trio. Ucntlemen
step up nnd tnke your choice. Again,
thero Is Mott-Smlth nud there, loo,
Atkinson (Local Option Dickey).
Who can nniuc u fow others?
I'.S. We shall not pass by our
own craft:- Rhodes, Farrlngton,
Lungton, ItlchardsT Smith. (Why
not Palolo Coolie Just the man).
Democrats at Hurllngton, lown.
elected a Mayor by n greatly reduced
plurality from two years ago. Tho
Council, Instead of being n solid
Democratic Ixidy, will consist
tin io Republicans nnd six Democrats.
Republicans elected n pollco Judge.
The new United States battleship
Idaho was placed lu roinmlsjlun by
Iho Government nt Lcaguo Islam),
Philadelphia, though nearly half of
tho crew of 732 men wero nbsont be
cause ofv an epidemic of mumps nt
the nnvy yard. .
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Library Bureau (fulfils
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
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supplies; also New Jersey School
Church Furn. Co.'s International.
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Scats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Imports to ordei.
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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We have pink pearls and some of
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Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy aj
well as sell.
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in Our Windows and see the Fine
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D00 Ono and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-gaIlon Drum Commercial 13th
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