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EVKN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. mi DAY, MAY S, 1008.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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VVRllnco R. Purrlnitln, - Editor
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FRIDAY MAY 8, 1908
'..u ft In tin Honolulu I'ollco De-
i i i-p-o 8-s-l-b-l-e-l
PEABL HARBOR BILL.
Delegate Kulilo'u letter makes
clear the 1'enrl Harbor appropriation
Btatun that has been the causo ot
Home local worr on account of final
action not liming been taken, anil
ConKrcsa being bo near adjournment.
The bill passed by the House lias
been Included In tho Nnvnl appropri
ation bill of the Senate after tamo
Hems wcrp Increased n few hundred
It now goes to conferenco and the
only matter of doubt is whether tho
House will acrept the Scnato In
crease. When the conference committee re
port Is made and has been adopted
by the Senate and House, the Im
provement of l'arl Harbor will htno
been auhoil7() and tho wherewithal
provided fo. the workers to proceed
Htislness men are warned against
the wiles of the politician by crimi
nal campaigners that were so recent
ly belaboring the business men with
Insult nnd misrepresentation.
We doubt very much that the bus
iness mon of tho ..city of Honolulu
need any lengthy Instructions on
their courso In politics. And from j
the source that appeals to them to
accept Its say-so, It Is ridiculous.
The claims of Achl and tho cam
paigners of niallco are about on a
par. The only difference Is that tho
latter are dlshoncit and nro proud of
It, while Cliarllo swells up like u
poisoned pup and leally makes him
self believe what lie bays.
Trade and Industry continue d")
picked nnd unfortunately the signs
ut lenevved a.tlvlty are few and far
between. Kconomy u still tho order,
ut the day In outh corporate and prl- Everybody returns from the Vol
vato expenditures; and retailers aro((allo wjtJx the ,ame enthusiasm, and
nuw feeling the eftect of depression, et Honolulu has not awakened to
ww u lejuus in mo placing m iowr
....In. j fni. nnfielv fill m n n n fn nt H roil '
piodu:t3, thus diminishing tho vol
urn's of trade nnd keeping many In
dustrial establishments on short
time. Of course the present rate of
cm tullment cannot go on Indefinitely,
bupplles will becomo exhausted nnd
must no replenished; but It would
uejm as though no' pormancnt revival
ould be anticipated until tho process
uf readjustment had run Its legltl
in te course. This Is something that
ill oqulro both tlmo nnd patience."
It In thus that Henry Clows com
ments on the Industrial situation of
tho mainland the latter part of April.
Hut the outlook Is not entirely I
hluo, according to the remarks of tho
banking circular. In nnothcr tcctlon.
Tho success ot tho Pennsylvania
railway In floating Its lssuo of $40,
000,000 four-pcr-ccnt. bonds Is ono
of tho gratifying features of tho
week, nnd a detail of particular sig
nificance Is that the allotment mado.
to tho London market was over-Bub-scribed.
Tho foreign Investors hnvo
confidence In us.
Still another source of confidence
in the future Is found In tho state
ment of Clyws thttt "crop prospects
are much better than a jcar ago;
spring being earlier nnd the advent
of milder weather Is an undoubted
Good crops harvested as the Pres
idential excitement comes to a closci
will have an effect on tho country
that can bring but ono result pros
perity. In tho meantime tho Territory of
Hawaii will hnvo hntl n yYar of agri
cultural, prosperity nnd progressiva
legislation, that should malto it tho
leador of the country In tho move
ment toward a return of tho good old
days. The future days, however, will
bo hotter than the old, because, with
these Islands onco In tho limelight
and the tide of travel onco started In
full flood In this direction, nothing
can atop It, '
issued on Tueiday of each week. T
rr six Moniiu. a .no
Per Vtir, nyhcrein US, . . I.oci
Per Year, anMrtiere irr Canada l.flu
Per Year postpaid, foreign 2.ou
"NOT COMMON SENSE"
(Continued from Vast 1)
empowered In his discretion, after
tho death of tho life annuitants, to
sell the remaining lands, Investing
tho proceeds and, after pajment of
the scholarships out of the Income,
dividing tho surplus between tho
Hospital and Kumil.iKca for life nnd,
upon his death, his lawful Issue. Two
of the life annuitants, whoso annuities
v.cro $G00 and $300 respectlely, had
died and also Kunulakca without Is
sue, lcalng tho hospital, which was
the rehldiiaiy legatee, tho solo Irene
llclar), besides tho other annuitants,
of tho trust property. Tho truste has
received $33,783 for land taken by tho
United States Government which had
previously brought llttlb or no revenuo
and about $9000 In bonds nnd mort
gages, proceeds ot laud taken for
btreet widening, yielding an Income of
over $400, tho rest of thu lands, valued
ut upwards of $03,000, jlelillng an In
come of over $3000 which la nioro
likely to Increaso than decrease.
Held: Tho court will not, at suit
What He Saw At
Mr. C. L. La Rue of Sacramento,
California, who, has travelled exten
sively around the world, returned
from Hawaii by the S. S. "Mauna
Loa" Tuesday of this week; in an in
terview he said :
"Yes, I hnvo Just been to tho Vol
cano. Wjis it worth whllo? Well!
I should think so; It was worth go
ing around tho world toascc; I would
not have missed It for uny consider
ation; It Is n spectacular perform
ance which cannot bo described; It Is
so awfully fascinating that ono can
hardly lenvo It. If my business
would havo permitted, I would have
remained thero a week. Tho wonder
to mo Is that jour Honolulu peoplo
do not make moro of It; they can't
leallze the extent of the present ac
tivity; I understand that hundreds of
I eople went up to seo tho flow of
1907, and that It wns not u bit moro
attractlvo than Kilauea Is at tho pres
tte fact that a great eruption is tak-
mg piace wnnm twenty-four hours'
travel of her pates.
For information regarding trip an-
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of tho hospital resisted by tho aniuilt
ants, declaro tho trust to bo terminal
eil In respect tif propurty not required
for tho remaining annuities nor direct
tho trustee to transfer to tho hospital
such portion ot tho trust property as
Is not ho icqulrcd.
Tenippratiircs G a. m., 72; 8 n. in.,
70; 10 a. m., 77; noon, 78; morning
Ilaromctcr, 8 a. in., 30.15; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., fl.oGS grains per
cubic foot; iclntlvu humidity, 8 n. in.,
08 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., f.3.
Wind G a. in., velocity 3, direction
IrftT. i:.: 8 a. in., eloclty C, direction i:,j
10 n. m., velocity 9, direction I..; noon,
velocity 8,-direction N. K.
Rainfall during -4 hours cuded 8 a.
in.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during SI
hours ended at noon. 1C3 miles.
wii. h. stockman; i,
Section Director, U 8. Weather Durcau
POMiS PREPAitE '
KIR IMA HEfllfld
The Poolns' meeting tomorrow
night at Aula Park Is going to be a
lively one. Almost all tho members'
will bo present to hear their Icadcio
speak and to listen to tho rendirn
und endorsement ot a resolution
which has been drawn by u commit
tee. "Wo will not turn out In our red
shirts, nor will weparado around tho
streets before tho meeting com
mences," said O. Kama, one ot the of
ficers of tho Poolns. "Our meeting
Is called to prove to the people that
wo nro not under tho bondngo of tho
Labor party. Tho members of tho
Hul belong to different political par
ties and they aro nt liberty to vote
for whomsoever they want. Thero
aro Republicans, Democrats, Homo
Rulers, and probably Labor party
men in tho Hul who aro free to vote
as thoy please,"
Those who have been selected to
speak are President Clins. Knnckoa,
Vice President Thornton, Charles
Bond, D. Kama, George. Kano and a
Chas. Uon will speak In English
and ho Interpreted into Hawaiian.
The story published this morning
to tho effect that Sing Chong of tho
Chlncso Athletics, had tho swell
J.icad and had to be sent to tho bench
nt Aala Park last Sunday, Is without
foundation, as Sing Chong wns not In
t'le game ut any tlmo.
Judgo I.I nil any this morning issued
an injunction restraining Pilnco Dav
id, tho Knulolaiil Estate, Ltd., and Al
exander & Baldwin fiom in nny way
disposing of tho Klhel stock belonging
to David at tho petition of Trunk
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LEAGUE BASEBALL EXTRA.
7or Year Next Evwriar; Sown.
Hade ot Pineapple Fibrc and Silk,
in atripee only.
We have two patterns in eaoh of
the following color:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUB;
WHITE WITH LAVINDEE;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 ineb.es wide,
rfHlWthlHif- " ""'- -
Gleaners 'Re-Union and Sale
On the Grounds of
Reception by Gleaners, 2.30 to 3.30 p.m.
Delicatessen, Ice Cream Table, Lemonade Stand,
Kitchen, Games for Children.
The band will play and Mrs. Alapai will sing. Free entrance to the
Incoming passengers on tho Ala
meda ropoit that the decorations for
tho licet, which were In place beforo
tho tlilp left Sail l'r.melsco, aro of tho
very finest. Tho most noticeable
feature, from tho hnrhor, Is a laigo
"Welcome," made In letters forty or
fifty feet high, and erected on Tele
graph. Hill.,. In., plain view from any
part of tho anchorage.
IlaiuiciB and flags nro up, on nil tho
streets, audita rlads of lights strung
oveowhero. The place had tho ap
pearance of a holiday when tho Ala-
medn was pulling out, though It was
raining nt tho time, and tho flags weiu
igottlngin Hmitll damping, j I
Yt.t r.'irr.......',. ..i....i .tni.i.!il.. r..
uii I'luuiuiu cunt, mtiun'iivn. III
ibttfM'.O) ot-guflbo.Ua, nrulput0p all
'alorktrM) inbrMigliffiVei and nhi'decur
atcd liijIUibljH. t.iUfhtfs arc up on many
oi jno sivecs.iu llglllB
graccfullv' 'fiom inch to arch
at night, tli'cA'stVc'fctii'rcscmblo loug
MAY BE DROPPED
unmnthlntr dnftnltA t lonrnnil I
rge Falrchild or from Colonel
Spalding within a very short time, tho
probabllltK's aro that tho proposed ex
change of Kapaa lands will bo called
off by Acting Governor K. A. Mott
Smlth. Ho received n long letter fiom
Governor 1'ieur this morning, who
stntud that efforts havo been made to
locato Spalding, nnd It has been dis
covered that ho wns due In Calcutta
on April lil'iul, la llombuy on May !,
and In Aden on May 15th.
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth stated
this morning that ho would probably
wlro to r.ilrchlld this afternoon, and
find out whether or not ho has had
uny word from Spalding lately, und If
not, will Inform him of tho contents
ot tho Governor'a letter rclallvo to
Spalding's Itinerary. Then only a few
days will bj allowed Kalrchlld In
which to communicate with his prin
cipal. At IHo present rate, tho Gov
ernment Is losing about S1500 u mouth
on tho Kapaa lands, stnted Mott-Smlth
this morning, nnd consequently It is
desired that tho matter bo rcttled ono
way or tho other in no short a tlmo us
Governor tfrcar states that Mcllrldo
arrived fn San Kranclsco on tho 30th,
after twenty days of misery, during
IF YOUR WATCH
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let us examine it.
Our Watchmakers Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION if you will
bring your watch to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
which Mcllrldc wan sick most of tho
tlmo. Tho Governor nays that liln own
trip t tho Coast wan marked by ox
trcmoly lough and extremely smooth
Weather. Ho left last Monday for
Washington ami will arrive thero on
Sntuidny afternoon, Mny 9th.
Ho also Bald that ho received many
Invitations to various functions whllo
on the Cnast but wns unable to accept
any of them. Ho said In his letter
that ho expected to return to Hawaii
by tho Manchuria on Juno 15.
Acting (liner nor Mott-Smlth had u
consultation with Superintendent ot
Public Works Marston Campbell this
morning with regard to an abutment
hilllt In tho Walniea river which hm
changed tho courbo uf tho stream to
a considerable extent, t.o that tho
laud on ono side Is being piled up on
the opposite side. This Is on (lovcrn
inenL land, leased to tho Knudseui
nnd sublet by them to A. Robinson.
Although tho matter .has not been
gone Into sufficiently as yet. It Is of
such Importance that Mott-Smlth
may tako a. trip down. At any rate,
there, will ho a conferenco between
the JCmulhcns, Mr. Robinson, und tho
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do you out ot tho DUST things."
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 ths but
ton and the house is filled with a light that rivals the light of day.
Let us estimate the cost of wiring yourhbuse.
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