Newspaper Page Text
EVKN1N0 TSUM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, AI'IUL 27, 1008
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Eing Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dalty every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace K. Rarrlnnton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Ter Moutli, ntiywlirir hi 1 S
Per Qu-irlcr, Riiutirre in I s
Per Near, nm Altrie ml s
Tcr N e.u, IMjstpaid (on ihii
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
f Editorial Rooms,
To repeat tin- Vloral I'r-ratli- would
be to Rive tin- visitors f'um the l'lret
Iho l)tit tliut Honolulu li is hc
Lorrln Amhvwa lull never made a
distinct fiticccw of Impeiuhlns
JudKc. His crenteat virtue ilurtns
hlii residence In Hawaii wan that lin
belonged to the I"aniii and tliori
foro could not sin.
We ImhU'Ii to reeond the motion iT
Thcodorn Illcjiurds f'- repetition
of tho ConKrcBM of Sons while tin
Fleet Is In port. At no other place
on thin earth can nn thing lllo It ho
found, mid It U olnajft Interesting
mid Instructive for residents nr.il u
Hors Democrats urge the Governor to
give the Maul inliiurlt) representa
tion by appointing their candidate
to the Hoard of Supervisors. Hut.
the people oted that the minority
civndldate should remain at home.
Why should tho Governor oppus.
ii ' i 'ii
California's Promotion Committee
Intonds lo attempt to secure tho co
operation of commercial bodies 1 1
Hawaii, Alaska nnd the Philippine
In persuading Congress that a strong
naval llect should be Kent In the
Pacific. The response from Hawaii
should be prompt nnd vigorous.
President Uoosevelt wrltlnc to the
tarlft'-rcform club" staled that he Is
a Republican before he Is a return
er. There's a wealth of sound Hook
eveltlan sense In this, and It lil.ij
well be taken home by alleged 10
formcrs whose aim Is personal ag
grandizement or wreck tho whole
Stanford I'nivcrslty professors ex
pect 'students to recognize proper
rules of discipline Pcoplo who wish
their children educated on that plan
will continue to patronize tho Uni
versity, and the proportion of such
imrentB In California alone Is
large enough to keep tlip Institution
well supplied with students.'
The New York Ucpubllcan conven
tion that endorsed Hughes for I'rcs
iderifand Instructed its delegates to
vote for the "favorlto son" of Now
York, was entirely at the beck and
call of the Uoosevelt men of tin
State In other words, Governor
Hughes' Presidential future Is In the
hands of tho Taft combination. And
doesn that Jar "tho allies"!
Tho Honolulu Hen has temporarily
Kist Its prestige Statistics of the
Department of Commerce and Labor
show that during the month of
January Hnvvall did not Import a
single egg This led to the supposi
tion that the Honolulu hen was sui -plying
Iho homo maket This, how
ever, was not to be for a long period
During February last Hawaii Import
ed 1,770 dozen eg,;s valued at Jltf-I
This Is almost doublo the amount o:
eggs brought In Pcbiunry. 1907, -900
dozen, valued at S2f.l. It may
bo Bafd with truth that tho Hawaii
an hen Is 'making steady galni.
Constant Header: Tho Hu lie
tin ccrtftluly has' not any nhlectloii
to tho selection of Mr. Van Dine nn'l
his associates to take up the public
lands on which it Is proposed to sut
render tho lesc t Wc do uot sec,
however, that It Is possible for tin
Territorial laud authorities to parcel
out any given rieclTnn of land foi
particular poisons, to the exclusion
of others who may bo ready to opor
ate In equally good faith 4.,is pa
per has been Informed that this same
lnnd was refused a few years ago lo
a contemplated settlement associa
tion mado up of joung Portuguese
Americans, nnd, It this bo the truth,
tho present plan, so fur as It has been
niaiio known to tho public, benrs tho
suggestion of favoritism a policy
tTie Territory should curefully avoid.
Furthermore, wo must lemembcr thul
Governor Frear In Tils public com
ment on tho shortcomings .of tin'
land law said, "And tho Settlement
Association Is tho worst of nil.'
From all appearances, Mr. Van nino
iind his nssoclatoH nro the most " Iko
ly" combination In sight for brlngim;
1'cr Six Moulin. a .n
Per Year, aii)w1icreiti Us I. on
Per Year amulicrc in Canada I. flu
Per Year ("MiukI foreign 2.uo
Eutri-eil it 1)u Pmttffn.f at Honolulu
APRIL 27, 1008
till- lint! to a flint-class stato of pro
Jiu HvenoHs and we hope, establish
ing peini.ineut lui.nes Nevertheless
I the nllHIiils should be assured that
1 there lie no others, and plaj an open
Hawaii trade growing.
U It be true that the falling off In
tho value of liiercliamllso Hnvvall
shipped f i uni mainland ports dm lug
,111c tntnilh of ,liinuar last was duo
I to the nnniicl.il panic of October, the
liccord for the month or Kobruar"
i dhows that our business made a ery
I According to the figures published
b) the Statistical Human of the Dc
paitinent of Commerce nnd Labor,
the total value of sjilpmciits of do
mestic merchandise from the main
land to Haw-all In the month of IVli
luary was $1,116,971. Tor tho
month of Kebruaiy, 1UU7, the total
was $"r,S.riG7. This gain Is greater
than Is represented In the meio llg
urcs, since the purchasing price of a
dollar in mainland markets bus in
ci eased In the last few mouths.
There was also a distinct gain for
the eight months ending with 1'eliru
arj Our shipments from the main
land during that period were valued
at ;i.S2Q,S!lu. For the eight montlui
ending Kebruarj, 1907, tho total
Another Popular Excursion To This
Great Natural Wonder.
Leaving Honolulu by tho line, new
steamer "MAl'NA KHA" Tuesday
noon, Apl. 28th, tho party will ar
rlvo at tho Volcano the next even
ing, where It will remain until Sun
day morning, when stages will con
vey tho visitors ncross tho old lava
Hows, to Honuapo, where the lino
steamship MAUNA LOA awaits them
nnd which will arrlvo In Honolulu
Tuesday morning, May nth
Tho Volcano Is now moro active
than It has been for vearn. Visitors
I nro appalled by tho awful graudour
wlileh tho sccuo presents. Tho pit
Is lllllug rnpldl and local residents
are Hocking to the crater to low
tills unusual eruption. Don't miss
this great opportunity to seo tho
Hound trip fare only J51.00.
For Information regarding tho
trip apply to
WATERHOUHE TRUST COMPANY,
Oor. Fort and MeroEant Sts.,
Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, f three bedroom
modern cottage $3200.
Makiki District, Kinau Street, Lot
50 x 00, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modem bunga
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
, .. , .aa.a -rti
fjmk k Lofft
j TO LET'
Morris Lane, 3 bedrooms $10.00
Middle Street, Z bedrooms ?1U.UU
School Street . . . . $13.00
School Street, 3 bedrooms $15.00
Kamehamcha IV Rd 3 B. R $15.00
Gandall Lane, 2 bedrooms.. $15.00
Punchbowl St., 2 bedrooms. $18.00
Wilder Ave., 4 bedrooms . $18.00
Fcnsacola St., 3 bedrooms $20.00
Qandnll Lane, 3 bedrooms . $22.00
Young St., 2 bedrooms . $22.50
Emma St., 3 bedrooms $25.00
Bcrctama St., 4 bedrooms $50.00
Settlement Rd 2 bedrooms $12.00
Sereno Lane, 2 bedrooms. $18.00
"Pacific Hts 2 bedrooms $25.00
Mnnoa, 2 bedrooms $27.50
Young St., 2 bedrooms $30.00
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 $G0.00
Manoa, 4 bedrooms SGO.OO
jAinahnu, Waikiki $75.00
value was S8.S 17 r.cr, and for l'JUli,
This means that Iltwall is keeping
up the march forward nnd was con
tinuing in the favored wa at a time
when all the mainland centers were
icpoitlug a reduction of purchases
necessitated by tho general cmtall
ment of business and "hard times "
Tho cause for the good showing for
this Territory 111.15 bo found In the
record of the values which we
shipped lo the mainland. Our pur
chasing power Increased. For the
month of February, 1908, this Terri
tory shipped domestic merchandise to
the mainland valued at gu,4S2,t7,
and for the u.une month of 1907 the
total was $2.074, S8S. In the eight
months prclod ending Inst 1'cbruai
our total shipments to the mainland
were valued at $21,001, fiCfi. For the
F-ime period of. 1907 it was $1(1,329,
4!G Tlio greater p.ijt of this total
is of course made up of s'lgar exports.
nnd w 111 lo tho size of tho ciop nnd
high price have some Influence, the
principal factor Is the speed with
which the crop has this jear gonu
forward to tho markets.
The bilancp of trado Is not only
stionglj In Lnor of tho Islands but It
Is Increasingly so at a time when nil
other sections of tho country aro
months period ending last Februnrj
showing moro ndverso conditions.
This record Is highly grntlfylngi
and tho icsult Is repoitcd to be show
ing locally In Increased deposits In
tho banks. This Is thoatcft whlc.i
tells tho story for or ugalnil picc
perlty, nnd, happily for this Terri
tory tho showing is on tho right Bldo
When the funds lloat into tho Islands
ro freely that tho bank balances rise
to the point of liberal curpluscs, tho
people will feel the fill, force of the
"good times" which appear to bo In
evitable. ACHI ON MUNICIPALITY
(Continued from Pace 1)
It was a foregone conclusion thai
somevlay we'shoiild haven Municipal
Government In this Island, whether
to Include Honolulu nlono or the
whole Island; so I believe that the
Leglslatuic was light In their mak
ing a Municipal Government to In
clude tho whole Island, because the
Interests of nil who nro Ihlng In Ihls
Island urc similar.
For Instance, It Is right for tho
Supci visors to spend moro money for
making the mads in Knnlaupnko or
Kooluulo.i than tho money tho Conn
t) Is lei'Miig from those districts,
because tho owners of automobiles
who aro living In Honolulu hnvn ti
use tho loads In those districts, for
their fun or plcnsme; and It Is nut
proper for tho people in thoso dis
tricts to niako those roads for other
people, and the) 'would not bo nlilo
to do It.
Tho Inromo of tho County fiom tho
District of Koolaupoko Is about $9,
000 a )ear; It costs tho County for
pollie alono nbotit $4,000.00 a )car,
which leaves about $i,000 a year foi
roads, In that enso It would bo Im
possible for the jicviplo in Koolau
poko to iinc,idainl7o tho loads tnerc
for tho bene' t of tho owneis of aiilo
mobllcs In Honolulu It tests now
tiJ 'r' ' .."rasa-r
For Your Next Evenine Govm.
Made of Pineapple Fibre nnd Silk,
in stripes only.
Wo liave two patterns in each of
the following colors:
WHITE WITH PINK:
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Mfotfht , ...r. ,r4 ,t,4h fltAfllMftAli I
to tho County about $20,000 a jenr
Tho above statement In legal it (o
Koolnupoko would nlso apply lo Koo
laulo.i and other nulstde districts
with perhaps the exception oMIvvn.
In making a Mullclpul Act for the
whole Island It was thought that tho
belt road around the Island of O.ihu
should bo lnncndamTVcd. There la
nothing expressed b Mr. Hmtneluth
to show that the new Act means
Graft, hut the Act means less officers
and less taxes.
W l ACIII.
Apl II 27, 1908.
As has been mint mice d In Iho pa
poia In tho past rev, iI.hh Mis Mac'c
nil's song recital I-, to l given two
d.iH prior to the dilo Hi I for II.
Owing to tho fiirt Hint Hie manao.
inent of tho "Mnscol ' il.it. , iln-li Hi'hI
performance for (lie same tiu'iiii5
which had boon aim mnce I f t Iho lo-
cltal, Mrs. Mnckall luu coiiitcously
mado this change nut of deference to
ilie wishes of her many friends. Tho
program for 'bis iHiejiirul affair ,i,
which Iho laiMci an' lo iur'!clpatu. Is
now pu-pavl .ml I- nks nun-t .utcrcst ,
Tho rccllnl. wlilrh Is nltr.irllng s'-i
much Interest and fo.- which the do-
fmand for scats has alreadv far exceed-
1 ...1 .11 ..u. ..., It ,.. ...
i-ii uii s iin'i;iiuiuiin, iil ,'cuur til llio
Alexander Young hole! billioom Tiilm-
dav evening, April 28, it S 1". o'clock
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entprpd fnr Pnnr1 A,rit OR lOftn
Sallle II Il.inics and hsb to .lohu
Hew Sliming to Mow Yuon Ken. IIS
Hull A Hunker and hsb lo Thomas
M Kotll I)
loshua Valohluu and wT lo Frau
ds M Svvnnzy . II
Knlpoahl mid hsb t Ilenn II Ken
ton et nl . : )
Entered for Record April 27, 1008,
Jtrom H a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Noa W Alull to Frank Mcdclros..!)
J i: Htgglns cillcd on Acting Gov
ernor Moti-Smlth this morning nnd
talked Knncoho lam! i He wants to
get a plcco of land consisting of about
20 acres near tho shore ill tho Kane
oho district, which Is aire .id) cut up
inio Homesteads, and which Is now
probably not leaiod !' Is not con
nected with Van llliio, unit lib, impli
cation for lands Is a peroual mat tcr
Ho will tnkp them, If possible, under
tho new conditional kiiIpb agreement.
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. It F. Wichman & Co.
YOU CAN SPEND YOUR VACATION ANYWHERE
At any Hotel in the Territory of Hawaii or take a trip to any part of
the world at the expense of the EVENING BULLETIN, and NO ONE
WILL ffNOW THAT THIS PAPER IS PAYING YOUR EXPENSES.
Not a Contest
In the first place, this offer is positively not a contest. You nre
working for yourself aloncand not contesting with anybody. Every one
who desires can win a vacation trip with board and a round-trip faie
paid, to any point in Hawaii or a (rip to any other place in the United
States, Europe, or Asia, and the winning of a vacation trm entails ab
solutely no publicity as far as jou arc concerned. No one need know
either before, during, or after that you have been a guest of the BUL
LETIN on your vacation, unless you tell them yourself,
SW YOU CAN GO ANYWHERE YOU PLEASE AT ANY TIME
2- THERE IS NO PUBLICITY. WE WILL POSITIVELY NOT
PUBLISH YOUR NAME OR ANYONE ELSE'S NAME IN CONNECTION
WITH THIS OFFER.
B& EVERYBODY. WINS! THERE ARE NO LOSERS!
PARTICULARS READY SATURDAY, MAY 2.
Bulletin Publishing Co., Ltd.
a it a ti '
At the L'mnu Square baud conceit
tonight the following program will
I PART I
Mnrch, "The Potentate" (now)..
Caprice, "The Awakening of tho
) Lion" KontsM
Intprmez7o. "Hiisslnn" I.I like
! Selection, "The Hocc Maiden" ..
Vocal, Hawaiian Songs. ar. by Itcrger
Selection, "Lad Tnttcrs" (new)..
Waltz, "Tho Merry Widow". .LJlur
Finale, "Pickles nnd Peppers"
"The Stur-Spanglrd llaiincr"
The bnud will play tomorrow
(Tuesdaj ) eveiilng at Aula Park, and
not at Thomas Square.
IN Till: CIKCUIT COFHT OF Till:
First Circuit. Tciillor) of Hawaii. In
Probate; at Chambers. In tho Mat
ter of tho Hstnle of Susan Ilrash, de
ceased. Older of Notice of Petition
for Allowance of Final Accounts and
Dls"harge in This Cstate. On read
ing anil filing (he pel.ltlon nnd ac
counts of Patrick UlcnKon, ndmliils
trator of the estate of Sunan Ilrash.
wherein he asks to be nllowed So":'. -S.S
nnd l."o chnigcs himself with $1.
710 90, nnd asks that the same ma
bo examined and nppioved, nnd tint
a Html older ma) bo made of distri
bution of tho property icuialiilng in
his hands to the persons thereto enti
tled, nnd discharging htm and his
sureties from "nil further responsibil
ity as such .uimlnlsCMtor, It Is or
dered thai Tuesdu), the 2nd da of
.llliio, A. D. 1!U)S. ut 9 o'clock a. m
before tho Judge of said court at the
e oui L loom of tho said court nt Hono
lulu, Island of O.lhtl, be nnd the
same hereby Is appointed as the
lime and plaie for hearing said pctl'
tlou and accounts, nnd Hint all per
sons interested nyiy then and there
appear and show cause. If any they
hac, why the samo should not ho
minted, nnd inn) present evidence m
to who aro entitled to tho said uop
eitv And that nolle o of this orile..
In the Hngllsh language, bo pub
lished In the Cvcnlug llulletlu uows
paper printed nnd published in Ho
nolulu, once a week for three bucccs
slvo weeks, the lAst publication to bn
not less Hum two weeks previous lo
tho time theielii appointed for said
Dated nt Honolulu this 27th da)
of April. 1908.
sgd. ali:xandi:h lindsay, nt.
Second Judge uf the Circuit
Couit of the First Cltcutt.
Sgd JOHN MAHCALLINO.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho
39S7- Apr 27; May 1, 11, IS.
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cnbi
I nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey School
Church Fnrn. Co.'s International,
I Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
i Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks nnd Seats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Imports to ordci.
i Tlios. Gr. Thrum.
1 Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Just Arrived per Ncvadnn.
The Fat and tKe Lean
The Tall and the Short
ALT. VILL DE INTERESTED IN"
Mr. CHARLES H. COCHRANE'S Article
"Common Sense in Exercise"
IN THE MAY
MAGAZINE . ,
15c. a copy AH Newsdealers
THE METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE
3 West 29th Street, New York
f ywmitpisrtiwm. ! jjyiw
Besides the Regulai and Special we
liave tlie Grlossy and Roya?. Tjotli new
grades in the islands.
VELOX, v W. B. PLATINUM
FIOS, FILM PACKS
Foi'fc "below King
tS)K. ., ?
IL0THING made by
to stake their reputations and money on the qual
ity of the go yds wo effer you through our adver
tisements in this paper, arc prima facie gcaifa of
When you arc offnejl substitutes for such goods you
may be sure there is a reason, nnd this reason generally n
more proSt to the one who offers the substitutes, nnd 1st
many instances means inferior goods.
Remember all gosd3 branded with the Stein Bloch
trcde-mnrk and advertised to the publio at large have gen
erally gone through the prccets of being tried and not
WHEN YOU ASK FOR STEIN BL0CII CLOTHING IN
SIST ON GETTING IT.
M. MoIHEKMY, LTB.,
Fort and Merchant Streets
cyt tvrrMiir i
k Art Co., Ltd.
rr imti m nwVMn wwiijinwiwwiri
manufacturers who are willing
itotH. asl ...A