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RTKMItIO HL't.LRTIN. HONOLULU, T 1l . TMMBIUY. t V V to
E v j: nx.no Bulletin
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At 120 King Stieet, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Eti'Kil i tin rttfTuf al Honolulu
n uiid via mitttr.
MAY 5. 1008
li m lini i iiuaii wains nno hundred lull
mid lion dollars Tor ono rnllrond Byntpm
and he will Kfl It When unyono
liioposcH n few millions for tlio luih-
These Democratic- prlmarlci nre so tt works ot our trllllon-dollnr coun-
trlKJtfulb' penruful an to suggost tlio tiy, wich mid ecr lontincted mem
Cofer tlio CoiiriiKeoiiB H
tm-kled tlio remctei liiolileni
less tliun u moiitli In unite'
Buy a lot and build a
homo in Honolulu's
most attractive suburb.
Break the rent habit
it's only a habit, and
an expensive one at
that. Lots are cheap,
terms arc easy; now is
the time io buy.
Sjiwrf; mk LoM
. qiU Joit U,vwfiiv
Another Rood lilt of Miliar news
materialized today when tlio Wnla-
lu:i Agricultural Co. declared a illvl
(lend of a half per rent, p.iynhlo May'
l(i. Kwu will also coon Join the
milks of tlui iitniilnt t.intt wlileh clad I
den the hearts of their HlcicklmlrtciT,
liy declaring an extra dividend In ml
dltlon to the dividends which II Is
paying i ocularly e.uh month.
"IJwii will not Increase Its regular
1 dividend," said 13, IJ Tcnncy when
asked nliout the matter this limnilliK.
ilTT-BTTfgS SSMI !SllBli
Millet that picccdes dissolution.
Wttnt. sort of refoitn Is It that
shuns the llBiit of open, honest pub
licity? And what sort of "reform
or" adopt suih u policy?
her of t'oiigiecs cleats a placo on the
floor of the Capitol nnd throws n lit
as u protest nRiilnst tho tenllilo ex
pense with which the people, may ho
ThwIiiR aRltatlons will continue In I ENDORSING BRYAN.
11.1. man', town Just us Ion us the j 1)cnocrillp u,aiK,tll , tll0 ocal
huslness men stand for the polio of orKimIzatloIl lllm lo Bom, M.
Insult nnd mlsrep.esentatlon. 1, (() Denvw convolUlon
Kuhellk disarranged "the lunch-1 with Instructions to vote for Win. J.
Ilunolulu household "Tan " l" aiHiiuiue lor riraiuuui.
And the toward I u ls "' uu u,Pe" tue convention
will ronow tins leau.
limit of every
dhat could nfford It.
was fiulto worth tho sacrifice
In the dajs of the Inquisition "re
'fjrms" wete carried forward In sc
cret ntid tfte Chosen Ones appioved of
tho dark deeds op those working In
If they would make Sinclair i
Colonel In the army he would run a
close second lo .dniston Campbell for
multiplicity of titles and increasing
Governor Krear's suggestion that
Honolulu go slow with Its plans need
cause no alarm. It Is In lino with
the old adage, "He sure you are right
and then go ahead."
Has Honolulu been so busy think
ing of the Illg Fleet that it has over
looked tho South American friend
la port. There Is a Held for good
piomotion In making these guetU
llrynn ls tho logical candldnto fof
Hawaii as against any Democrat thus
far mentioned, Hryan tomes within
the class ot "big Amorlcans." Ho
knows tl)c slza ot tho country nnd,
I for a Democrat, Is leascnably aggros-
sio In his support of "big Ameri
I Thoro Is no doubt that a very
sttong movement Is being mndo to
defeat tnc Nebraskan. The elements
I of the Democratic party that forced
tho "safo and sano" Judge I'nrkor on
the public four years ago and went
to the most Ignominious defeat the
party has suffered'tor years, nro malt
Ing a very nctlvo campaign to defeat
tho nomination of iho "1'eerlesV
A variety of candidates lyoibolng
brought forward with the slnglo pur-
t Walalua pays a dividend, Olan
thinking of the days when ono VII
bo leady, nnd Mcllryde doing well.
All this happiness coming on tho
heels of the domUe of Klhel bears the
suggestion of an Irish wake.
The Hoard of Supervisors very nnt
urally protested against vicious In
SAY, MY FRIEND,
has resumed its activity of twenty
years ago, and "Pelc" is doing stunts
which make even her neighbors take
..-!.- Y A 1-1. Al. 1 - it-
suit and misrepresentation. In this '"". """;' " "'B ol "
they .eprescnt the community. 'fleet absorb all your attention The
ti.h ,i,nv win ,, nf ti. K.11HI. i Biggest Show on Earth is "ON,"
...,,.. ... g ..... r- - "- xTntir, n,i :1.4. i,.. :H irA..M:i t-
Aivfiv , uuu u"iib ucic in jauwuu, iis
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
nights at the crater's brink.
For information regarding trip an
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort1 and Merchant St.,
poBo of killing oft Hryan. Tho effort
to Jump Judgo dray of Delawaro Into
the fight brought out a declaration
fioni ISray that he did not want tho
place nnd could not bo considered a
candidate, tit a money-ruled con
vention instructed Tor Judgo Cray
merely to corial votes against llryan.
Goxernor Johnson ot Minnesota
has bien biought into the contest as
a very likely candidate and ho is be
ing taken up by tho Now York Wall
Street faction of tho party. Johnson,
porMiunlly, seems to bo n very pleas
ant fellow. He has mndo a goon
Governor. Hut tAio platitudes ho ut
ters In his declarations on tho Na
tional Issues of tho day show him to
be a "llttlo American," entirely out
of touch with tho spirit ot the Mino3.
Ho ls pluylng tho Judgo l'arkcr "safe
and sane" dodge, and says tho mala
Issuo Is tho tariff. All other matters
that are stirring tho masses arc, In
his opinion, only Incidents, llo wants
no navy1 and sees nothing to bo gain
ed from an American merchant mar
ine. The light against Hryan has caused
tho Kmplro State of Now York to
send nn unlnstructcd dolcgatlon-at.
largo headed iy Judgo Parker, and
elected by tho most corrupt political
leaders mid heelers the United States
of America knows. If for no othet
reason, Hawaii Democrats would
gain honors by instructing for Hi. van
as n protest against the miserably
corrupt and venal opposition of the
Murphy-Connors New York gang.
Mr. Hryan Is ono of tho greatest
Americans of the day. And white he
has small prospect of election wheu
running against Tnft, ho Is tho best
man tho Democratic party can offer
and tho Hawaii wing of the party
should support htm.
Tim tiorvnit strain tlirotizll which
tlicssmakiTH liavo to pass ntecitnln
penstms of tlio yoarsooins almost lw
yoiul cmlumucc, nnd frociuiMitly
iirlngsj on nervous prostration, faint-
llH mmllq. illz.lnnss. HlL'elllCSSIU'S.S
'Hut It will pay some extra dividends ' nnd n ijciiernl breaking- down of tho
during the year. I am not nblo to fciulllino system, until lifo scetlLS
For nil ovorworked women thoro
Ls ono tried and truo lcntctly.
restoies tho feminine system to a
stronjr, healthy, normal condition.
3Irs. Klla Grillln.of Park'st., Cm
ton, In.Y., writes to Airs, rinkham:
" I was troubled for three years with
female weakness, backache, pains 111
mv Mile, and headaches. 1 was mosi
mlserablo and discouraged, for doctors
pave mo no relief. Lydlii H. l'lnlthum's
Vegetable Compound brought baek my
health and made me feci better than
s.ty anything nbout tho size of theso
or tho time on which they will bo
paid, as tho directors liuvo not mcc
.about tlicso matters yet "
(Continued from l'ture it
children by throwing heavy rocks at
them, nnd she also mado Inquiries
nbout tho residence of another fam
ily, where she wanted to exterminate
the children. She was finally secur
ed by a fearless I'ortugueso woman,
who showed considerable more brav
ery than Mr, Kaliauu possessed.
A strange feature of the caso Is
the fnct that nbout a month ago an
other Hawaiian woman living within
u block of tho Kahanu place, wont
suddenly Insase, and Mis. Kahanu
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Fink-
liaind Vegetaiilo comixnuui, inntiu
the name of her follow-unfortuuntc.
thing until they decide
they will stand for It.
how long '
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth's
plans for opening public lnni will
i bo awulted with deep Intel est. Tho
j problem he lias In hand Is to put pub-
lie lands In the control of bona lido
' settlers who will promote tho em
ployment of citizen labor.
- , Congress favors the bills for pub
licity in connection with campaign
contributions. It will bo so husv
with other matters, however, that
there will not be sufficient time to
consider such a berious matter Just
previous to a Presidential election.
during tier ravings kept calling out ' from roots and herhs, has been tlio
standard remedy lor leniaio ins,
i and liao imsitively cured thousands of
women whohnvo lieen troubled with
displacements, iullanuniitinn, ulcera
tion, tlhvoid tumors, iricgularitlcs,
iKU'iodic pains, backache, that bear-lug-down
feeling, ilatulency, iiidiges
tion,di7.7.1iiess or nervous prostration.
Why don't you try it?
! Sirs. lMnkhnni Invites nil sick
I women to write lior for advice,
i Hhe lias guided tliousnnds to
Ueultli. Address, ljuu, aiush.
mm i mayor
One of the Interesting features of
mainland hard times ls tho effort of
tho Steel Trust to maintain its
prices nt all hazards. Thus far tho
scheme is proving dlsastious and
proves what widespread Injury a be
neficent monopoly, that supports freo
llhratlcs, may, do.
ndltor Evening Hullotln:
The Hon. Sam I'nrkor, tho first Repub
lican candidate for Delegate to Con
gress, defeated on that election by a
slim nnd doubtful majority which was
secured by means that will not appeal
to either tho haolo or native, ls going
to tho mainland on a hunting and
fishing expedition In company with
ex-Governor John Baker of Hllo.
It would bo a gracious compliment
nnd well deserved if tho citizens of
Honolulu, Irrespective of party, on his
return, nominated and elected hlir
the first mayor ot Honolulu. Ho would
bo bound to accept such an honor.
This matter Is worthy of careful
consideration, and no matter what tho
Colonel says, if the people want him
and ho ls nominated, I feel that ho will
run nnd servo tho people with credit
AN ELECTOR OK HONOLULU.
Honolulu, May G, '08.
A COLLAR BUTTON is an
insignificant article, yet it is
a very toeocsstry -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
A LIFETIME and GIVE SAT
ISFACTI0N TO THE WEAR
It F. Wichman & Co.
Major Moore Issues a nnllce to tho
members of tho Hospital Corps, N. 1.
II., to assemble al their liendquailera
on Thursday utcnhiK. May 7th, to ac
company Sergeant Edgar S. Harry tu
Central Union Church for tho pur
pose of listening to a lectuto glen by
Dr. HtlnekerholT of this city, tho sub
ject being Plague. Hopoit nt 7:.10
Tomokochl Myyirnkl secured a ill
oicc from Yukl MJylzald on the
grounds ot ndiilleiy.
Library Bureau Outfits
. of Index Card Systems. Filing Cabi
. ' ....
nets and Units, Office Sittings ana
Supplies; also New Jersey School
Church Purn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination - Adjustable
i Desks and Seats, latest improved de
Estimates given. Imports to order.
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
If tho Democrats ot Hawaii wish
to make thcnibehes famous nnd at
tho Bamo time perform a public duty
to Hawaii, their Territorial conven
tion will declare for high tariff as
tho only means of saving tho picseut
nnd developing tho new agricultural
Industries of theso Islands.
Thos.0 Pacific Coast boomers will
do well to take a back scat to which
their yacht-raco effort entitles them.
Hawaii can build a yac)it and equip
It ready for a race. ,'J'ho combined
Pacific Coasl-cannot raise even nn
old ynwto save their name find
prove that tho sportsman nra still 'i
Aldrlch's financial hill and I'ow
lor's financial Mil and Vicolnnd's 11 n
nnclal bill havo Individually and col
cctivoy been reegnted to tho (nblo of
dofoated legislation. Aro they wait
ing for n Hoosovelt financial hill to
save the situation, or; do they intend
to let it go f i oui had to worse, und
thus obtnlu capital for. tho campaign?
Funahou District, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, three bedroom
modern cottage . . , , $3200,
Mekiki District, Kinau Street, Lot
50x00, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
reeling a llttlo off color? General
lasltudo? Tako nature's own tonic,
Drink a bottle ot Tnnsan as boon us
you get up In tho morning and when
thirsty during tho day. '
Rmmber that the Garbag Depart
ment has promlted to cart away the
refute when you clean up your side
walk. Call up the department when
your part of the work Is done.
Cash or Installments,
Corner Fort .and 'Merchant 'Streets.
For Ytur Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Bilk,
in stripes only,
We have two patterns in each of
1he following colors :
WHITE WITH PINK j
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
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find it, and the sooner it will be
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once you have started to work. The
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The man of 17 the man of
30 the man of 50.
All have different views.
All arc reflected in their
clothes tastes and in Stein
Tens of thousands of men
working nt professions and in
offices with limited incomes
have the tame taste, the
same necessity, the same trcn
nine .idea of clothes as the
smartly groomed society man
or collece man of wealth,
To them these things arc
just as much business and so
Stein-Bloch Clothes have
won a place in the estimation
of such men that nothing can disturb. They always look for the
label and find it at the leading clothier's.
Stein-Bloch Ready-To-Wear Clothing
EL McINERNY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Streets
A GREAT SCORE
May be soon forgotten ; a good
of the game never when properly
Developed and Printed
WE DO IT!-
from us and try the following formula:
A little cash A good Kodak
A little sunshine A little click
Result A Good Snap
WE DO THE REST
Hawaii Photo & Art Co., Ltd.
Fort below King Phone 52
"Do not let the good things nf life
do you out of tho J1KST things."
i THE BEST LIGHT is the
It is always the same old story with oil lamps daily trim
ming and filling, broken chimneys, smoking, ill-smelling lamps
and unsatisfactory light.
Electricity has no disagreeable features, Just press the but
ton and the house is filled with a light that rivals the light of day.
Let us estimate the cost of wiring your house.
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