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EVKN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. Tl'HSIUY, APIUI. 28, 1008.
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Wallace R. Prrlnton, - Editor
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
nr l lEditorial Rooms, - 185
-1 ! Business Office, - 256
Mr Arlil savu tbe Mtinlrlp.il law 18
nil' rlKht. Further ll8rtiMlon eein
II V. Dillingham has alas ual.l
that everytbliiR In Ilnwall Is all
right. And his excei'lloiiB prove ins ,
rule of making good . !
If C.coiro A. Davis will dcclaro for
wiping out nil taies ho may he sure
of election as an independent candi
date to any office his lueart may de
sire. If the pure-food law Bhtits out Im
ported sake, why should not Hawaii
make its own Japanese beverage and
add another home Industry to the
Itev. .Mr. Thwlng must mnv Inau
gurate the reform of Attorney (ln
erul llonapartc and the Unite! Slates
Uoi eminent. If he sticks to that
task Honolulu will bo quite satisfied
und wish him great success.
It Is the McKinley High School
beyond all possibility of change. Tlio
school will have Its library and Itn
sdcntic equipment. The McKlnlcy
Memorial funds "will bo devoted to n
grand and n permanent cause.
Candidate for IJclegnto on any
other ticket must be content with
the empty honor of having "run."
Delegate Kuhlo's magnificent work In
Congress entitles him to the almost
unanimous vote he Is sure to get.
As Governor I'rcar Is to bo very
close to the commander-in-chief of
the Army nnd Navy, in tlio next few
weeks, It should bo possible to hast
en tlio coming and eNtend tho stay
of the Fleet, or know tho reason why.
Can It be that tin whole ton An
geles combination cannot mlbe tho
price of a yucht to compete In tlis
Trans-Paclflc Hace? Has tho "Los
Angeles spirit" lost Its power to draw
dollars from the pocketB of enthusias
It Is to bo hoped that each appll
cant for Kaneoho lands among the
residents of that section can give
ample pioof of his bona fldo Inten
tions and an earnest deslio to culti
vate the lands. livery homesteader
should be a worker.
It Is stated that agents of tho
American Sugar Iteflnlng combina
tion arc buying up mortgages on su
gar lands In the Philippines. When
they are all bought up, will opinion
change on the advisability of frro
sugar from the Philippines?
Anyway, ltoosevelt will get his
four battleships In two years, and
there Is another short session before
he goes out of office, In which ho may
be nblo to overcome the fear that in
approaching election puts In tho
heart of every Congressman.
And they all with ono accord be
gan to make excuses. That Is too
often tho result when tho people go
1 out gunning for ready-made candi
dates for office. Thero uro good can- '
rttdates enough but they 1110 mure
frequently than not, not available, j
' These peoplo who ralso their voices
because the dividends aro not largo
enough might do well to spend a fow
moments thanking the kind fate that
gives them any dividend. Mainland
enterprises are passing dividend
with a regularity that illumines Ha
waii's present good fortune.
Every dny that pauses finds mora
'men In Hawaii who believe tho Ite-
publican jleleBates from this Terrl-
tory should cast their votes for Sec-
rotary Taft. IIIb Americans with
progressive opinions on development
In the I'nclflc fill Hawaii's bill, llet-
ter this with the old fight on Philip
pine sugar than n candldato who
knowB of tho West und tho l'acllle
only by rending and hearsay.
Tho purposo ot tho I) u 1 1 0 1 1 n ' e
Floct edition Is to plnco in the hands
of every man aboard tho visiting
Bhl pa Information that will assist
him In teolng all tho Important points
qf .Interest while In port, and will
also be' appreciated by IiIh friends at
librae -who wnnt to know of Hawaii
Intnctf at tti Pnstoflk1 at llotiolutu
is srvotM lU milter
APRIL 28, 1008
ind t'e.irl Harbor The hearty spirit
v. i ill vvhnir leailliiK incrrhniits linvo
co-operated In thin work demon-
ntrutes the full approval of Hullo-
tin enteiprlsV. ami att appreciation
of the unparalleled opportunity to
further educate, the fi lends on tin)
EUROPE'S PLAN OP FLEET
Hawaii has been so deeply Inter
ested In what It Is to do for tho Fleet
that much of the plans suggested by
Kuiopcan nations has missed even
It seems that Germany has pro
posed that a squadron of Germany h
best ships meet the American Fleet
In the Mediterranean and thus for
mally welcome It. This Idea has
proved (.0 attractive that other na
tions have supplemented the program
by expanding tho welcoming licet to
have It include ships from all Euro
pean nations. The composite) licet Is
to greet the American armada as It
emerges from tho Suez Canal, escort
It mi a guard-of-honnr through the
Mediterranean and bid It farewell In
a monster naval review nt Gibraltar
such as the world has never beforo
Tho novelty and bigness of tho
Idea makes it seem utmost beyond tlio
rnngo of practical plans but, accord
ing to the Hartford Com ant, it Is
looked upon with great favor by the
The indent of Great Ilrllaln U
SAY, MY FR I E N D,
has resumed its activity of twenty
years ago, and "Pelc" is doing stunts
which make even her neighbors take
notice. Don't let the eomino- nf the
! fleet absorb all your attention. The
'Biggest Show on Earth is "ON,"
nuw; and ri"ht here in Hawaii. It's
the moving picture of the world.
Don't lose the opportunity to see a
pit full of liquid fire it may never
come, again. It costs only $42.50 to
make the round trip and spend two
niehts at the crater's brink.
For information regarding trip an
WATERH0USE 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
j 50x00, two bedroom cottage
1 Pacific Heights, modern bunea
I low 1
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
fiKfZ TMMWQaHt nfJ6M.
fffk 4ijmk LoXtt
Morris Lane, 3 bedrooms . .
Middle Street, 2 bedrooms .
School Street, 3 bedrooms .
Kamehameha IV Rd.. 3 B. R
Gandall Lane, 2 bedrooms.
Punchbowl St., 2 bedrooms
Wilder Ave., 4 bedrooms. .
Pcnsacola St., 3 bedrooms.
Gandall Lane, 3 bedrooms .
Young St., 2 bedrooms . .
Emma St., 3 bedrooms ....
Bcretania St., 4 .bedrooms .
Settlement Rd., 2 bedrooms. .$12.00
Screno Lane, 2 bedrooms. . .$18.00
Pacific Hts., 2 bedrooms $25.00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $27.50
Young St., 2 bedrooms $30.00
Greene St., 4 bedrooms $35.00
Prospect St., 4 bedrooms . . . .$50.00
Facific Hts., 4 bedrooms $50.00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $50.00
Waikiki, 4 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 3 bedrooms $G0.C0
Manoa, 4 bedrooms $00.00
Ainahau, Waikiki $75.00
leckoned to ho assured, and tho
newspapers of Franco and Italy have
approved of the scheme. Austria and
Uiihsla will of course make no nlijet
tlon, unless on the ground that theii
naval contingents might bo too binnll
for their own dignity.
Politically the Mediterranean Is an
open sea, but England, Italy and
Franco In a certain practical sense
legard It as their sea. If these three
Powers uro willing to share In a Joint
Euroran nanl wolcomo to the
American Fleet this grandoso Idea
may ripen Into n spectacle that would
add to the romance of tho Medtter-
lunenn Sen, and that would bo an
Impresslvo piece of evidence nH to the
growth of solidarity among tho mail-
Meanwhile, nnd quite independent
of this International guard-of-honor
Idea, England has offered to place
her coaling and repair stations In the
Neat. East at the service of our Fleet
on Its way home. She has gono fur
ther thnn this In hospitality, by ask
ing that our Fleet may bo permltto
to visit an English port; but nssptii
to a formal vlalt to an English port
would certainly bring similar invita
tions ( from other naval European
countries, nnd It would bo as embar
rassing to accept all such Invitations
as It would be Injudicious to accept
?omo and decline othcis. It must bo
icmcmbercd that every 0110 of theso
social calls Involves moro or less per
tonal cost to tho olllcors of our Fleet
Our naval officers aro ready enough
to open their purses upon every oc
casion where propriety requires them
"to keep their end up," In tho way or
meeting hospitality with hospitality,
but unfortunately their purses are
not very deep, lly tho tlmo they
icach tho Mediterranean Sea they
may hao recuperated somewhat from
the financial exhaustion Incident to
tho Journey nround South America,
but most of them would probably
Ilko to steam Into Now York harbor
with a Ultlo cash In their pockets.
This, together with other weightier
considerations, Is likely to hold tho
formal visiting list of our Fleet piet
ty close tolts existing dimensions.
Tho European wolcomo Is already
evident nt least as 11 matter of sin
cere desire and 11 sight In European
waters of tho kind of sca-pover pos
sessed by this country no doubt w.
tend moro and moro toward wisdom
on tho part of all thoso who aro
charged with tho caro of states In
that part of tho world. That tho
good-will precedes tho knowledge Is
all right; for tho knowledge, when It
comes, will help to hold tho good-will
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton J. Ilutchliu
expect to leivo tho islands on tlio
steamship Novadan, which sails on
Apill 30 for San Francisco. Mr.
Ilutchlns has been a commissioner of
tho Hoard of Education.
Among the passengers to leavo on
tho steamer Klnau for Kauai, on April
20 will bo Mr. and Mrs. A, F. Kuiidseii
nnd Mrs. C. M. Cooko.
Among tho outgoing passcngors on
tho Mnuna I.oa today was Mrs. Mary
Atcherly. e: i sxpecta to return In
tho Maunn IiV...
Mr. and Mrs. 13. A. Knudscn uro
hooked to leave by the Novadan, ball
ing on April 30 for San Francitco.
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following colors:
WHITE WITH FINK;
WHITE Wim BLUE:
WHITE WITH LAVENDER:
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Tho report was on the Btreet toda
that nt tho next meeting of the direct
ors the dividend of Oahu Phm.iilnn
would bo raised to two pci cni ,
This statement was denied by Ml
Pfotenhouer of Hnckfold & Company
In connection with dividend ma tors,
theio wbb n iiimor vcatcnlay that
somo of the stackhnlders of Ewa
Would take legal nitlon to compel the ,
payment of 11 largui dividend, but no
confirmation of Hie report cinil 1 b
obtained from miv soiurc It Is 1 lie
policy of Kwii dlKTtoiK I" paj; 11 roi.
ulnr dividend th it can be depended
upon jcar In and ear out, and .i'i
dividends us clietimslances nnd ra-ii
in hand may Jitsilfv
A man iin,ulnentlv connected null
plantation Intcwuts stalid this mori
ing that It would be nil excellent thing
for tho courts of the Territory til lav
down a definite rub' u-gaidlni; the
payment of dividends then the nr
porntlon director, would not linvi to
ihlnk about or dlwnsi matters of bus
iness pollcv. If tlH'v had n dollar they
would pay It out .'ml irisl to luck for
Tho meetings ol the Democratic
pieclnct clubs Inii nisiht for tho pur
posu or noinln.itnm 1I1 legates to liic
lerrltoilal ruim tuloii p.issed off very
quietly. In most 01 tin precincts imi
tho required number ol delegate Wei
nominated, IIioiikIi In the Pauo.i pre
clncl fourteen wne nominated, or
twlco na Itianv .is Mir prielnet Inn ..
right to, and in a collide of precincts
111 I lie Klith DlHtilit moro nominees
were chosen than can be elected, and
a contest will theiefore ciibiio next
Monday evening when the elections
11 r held, j
a a a it a a
A pi II L'S. j
Temperatures 0 a m., "11 ; S a. 111.. I
To; 10 a. in., 7i'.; nimn, TS; moiiilm,
minimum, 7u. 1
llnrometcr, S a 111. 311.03; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in. ti.nbJ gialu.i pv
cubic foot; relative humidity, S a. in
Cj per cent; dew point, s a. in., l!3. J
Wind 0 11. in., veluclty ti, dl vctlou j
N; S a. in., velocity 3, direction 3. V., ,
10 a. 111., veloclt.v 11. illn'ctlon N. 10.,
noon, velocity 15, direction N. E.
Rainfall during -I hours ended S .1
111., .00 Inch,
Total wind movement during 111
hours ended nt 1111011. I'ul miles. '
WM. II STOCKMAN, !
Section Director, U S. Weather Uurcau
Fine Job Prlntm; t th Bulletin.
A COLLAR BUTTON is an
insignificant article, yet it 13
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 arc the kind that LAST
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come NluggMi ; vt'lipn bIio lias head
nclip, dizziness, faintncsi, nnd ex
hibits 1111 abnormal disposition to
sleep; dislikes tlio society of other
girls; then tlio mother should coino
to her aid promptly, for she is
sesses information ot vital imiioit
mice to tlio young daughter.
AJjUieh n timo the greatest nid to
iintutv is J.ydia K. I'itikham'sVege
tablo Compound. It prepares tlio
young s; stent for tho coining
change, and has helped to bring
three generations safely from girl
hood to womanhood. Jfead what
has accomplished for Aliss Ohon.
-Miit Kllon M. Olson, of J 17 Xorth
Kast Mreet, Kevvniiec, 111., in n, letter
to -Mrs. rinkliam says:
" I. villa E. Piiilcham's Vegetable Com
pound cured me of back-ache, hldencbe,
and established mv periods after tho
best physicians In lCevvnneo had failed
to help me, saving that 11 n operation
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years J.ydia li Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has lieeu tho
standard remedy for female ills,
undlias positively enrol thoiisaudsof
women who have been tioubled with
displacements, iiiliammation, ulcera
tion, llbroid tumors, invgularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bear
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges
tioii,di7.7.iiiess,ornorvoii3piostratfon. "Why don't you try it?
4)1 r. l'liiUImm Invites nil sick
women to vvrlto Iior lor advice.
She tins guided thousands to
health. Address, Lvini, 31 ass.
THC LECTURE ON PLAGUE.
I The Hril Cross lecture flu "I'l r;ue."
which Im anticipated with ho much In
ti'icsl. has been potponi'il to Thum-
' day ivcnlii!?, .May 7. at Central Union
church lecture loom. Dr. Donald II.
Currle of the U. H. Marine Hospital
Seivlce, v111 be the Rpea'.fer.. Ilo has
had .111 extoudeil uxpeilcjicu with the
drei'il disease okevvhro and even ut
lire: cut Is ii.nsiilnn hJUie investigation.-!
in 1 he Hi-Id. Dr. (.'nirlo "will ex
plain prevention, tif.ilnicut, tiaus
inlsHiou dr mill will give full ih
tails run' 1 rnlir: ihe Jinrl of the i.it In
can v In-. pl.tKiic m-nio.
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' IN THE MAY
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Besides tho 2?,egular and Speeial we
Iiuve tlie Glossy and Koyalibofcli new
grades in tli e islands.
VELOX, W. D. PI-ATINUEI
IILMS, FIUM PACKS
Fort ibelow King;
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of such men that nothing can disturb. They always look for the
label and find H at the-leading clothier's.
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Bamboo Fumitura Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 S.' BERETANIA ST,
one was in the April issue
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ja n a Ti ns
W. ViilAi ixi? wdLr
mrmttimm wMmv ry jq
Of Men In
The man of 17 Ih: man of
30 the man of 50.
All hac different views,
All arc reflilcctetl in their
clothes testes and in Stein
Tens of thousands of men
working nt professions and in
offices with limited incomes
have tho same taste, the
same necessity, the tame (ten
- nine idea .of clothes as the
smnrlly gioome.l society man
or college, man of wealth,
To them thc?c things arc
just as much liv.oi;:c and so
. Stcm-Hloch Clothes have
won a plac.j in tho estimation
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