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EYBN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 190S
PA11Y and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly jssued on Tuesday of each week-
WATTERSON AND BRYAN.
MEMBER OF TKE ASSOCIATED PRESS,
illnco R. Fnrrinjjton.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST 0 ANY NEWFAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
r-p I f Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 1. Business Office, - 256
tntfttl at lite roMoflice at Itomtutu
at nnimil cIk nUer.
MAY 13, 1008
In the IntercBtM of peace kIvo Lcc
Let ii trial. Thru the ciinimunlty wl'l
know wlu-tlier. nerjur) tins liceti enm
mlttcil nr escaped hy ri'.isou uf n bias
The Aitvcrttscr gives It3 word nt but there i a er complex ami un
linnnr tli.it It did nut refuso to pull- s.ltlafiu wry conilltlim In general bus-
llxh VIUa'8 letter. An It that word of j Iness. Tho pessimism associated with
nhnnnr" llll.l n II V VlllllO. itllC lirCSeill IS IBIIllHTUU, UUWCtVl,
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with exceptionally noon crop pros
pects' anil the fuct that "production
cannot ho Indefinitely curtailed nt
llio rate of 20 per cent, to 30 per
cent. Such contraction Is out ot nil
proportion to the actual dccllno In
consumption, llcforo long supplies
must become greatly reduced,, if not
exhausted, eon If consumption wcro
to continue on present reduced (scale.
Herj thing now points to ut least u
partial lesumptlon ot industrial nc-
thlty ere long as n result of bettc.
conditions In tho money market. Now
that the process of readjustment has
been carried on to n considerable ex
tent, recovery will begin hero ami
there as confidence revives. A ra
tional restoration of confidence Is
more to he desired than anything
According to the lntcst cablegram
rccoied the Trans-Iiclflc Yacht Knee
needs one thing more than any other
n Pacific Coast manager wnu
knows his business.
Tho majority of llnwnlt's Demo
crats nre fur Bryan before any other
Democratic Presidential possibility.
The Democratic convention should re
cord the will ot the majority and Instruct.
Cecil Hi own Is one of the best men
Honolulu has to offer for leglslatlo
honors. He will get enthusiastic
support under nny circumstances and
Is certain to be elected If ho accepts
the' nomination of the Republican
If tho men who arc drawing down
tho big dividends want to niuWo .mon
ey easy In Honolulu, it' Is within
What. He Saw At
Mr.i C.L.uLa. Rue of: Sacramento,
1 California, who. has travelled exten-
their power lo do U. They don't havolsively around, the world, returned
. . . . . ii - . v.. .,.! t tt i it. r, r, in,
to worry about tho tnxes paid by the
corporations from which their Income
Tho Sheriff states "that informer's
fees were paid to the Informer's wife.
Tho Informer stated on oath Hint
he lias no wife.
The thought that graft could exist
In tho Honolulu Police Department Is
Morgan has gone to San rranclsco
to carry that $100. to McDrldc. And
incidentally he will probably con
vince the Admirals and officers that
although he is n sick man, all busi
ness with Honolulu Bhould bo con
ducted through him.
Superstlttously inclined might be
lieve n hoodoo has been tacked on to
the Kcdernl building site. After till
the delays over the settlement of the
site, somcono wont cross-eyed nirl
laid a, crooked ttrcet. May nothing
happen to tho public building appro
priation. .-J im. v a -j x.
Chief Taylor finds that San Fran
cisco Joins with Attorney (Jcncral
Ilonnparto and tho scnslblo people of
Honolulu In condemning tho hypo
crite moinl campaign In this city,
which Is nothing more or less than a
struggle on tho part of a few ni lb
guided fanatics to distribute vice.
from Hawaii by the S. S. "Mauna
Lea" Tuesday of this week; in an in
temew he said: ' - t
"Yc3, I have Just Men to the Vol
cano, was It worth while? wolll
I should think so; it was worth go-
ing nround the world to see; I would
not have missed It for any consider
r.tlon; It is a spectacular perform
ance which cannot bo described; It Is
so awfully fascinating that ono can
hardly leave it. If my business
would hnvo permitted, I would have
remained thoro n weok, Tho wonder
to me Is that your Honolulu peoplo
do not make moro of It; they can't
leallze tho extent of tho present oc
tlvlty; I understand that hundreds ot
reoplo went up to seo tho flow of
1907, and that It was not a bit moro
nttrnctlvo than Kilauea is at tho pres
Everybody returns from the Vol
cano with the same enthusiasm, and
yet Honolulu has not awakened to
the fact that 'a great eruption is tak
ing place within twenty-four hours'
travel of her gates.
For information regarding trip an
WATBRH0U8B TRUST COMPANY,
w. jrori ana merottant 3.,
Tho morning paper states that It
has hopes In tho course of time to
rise to tho dignity of nn evening pa
per. A few days ago It thought the
morning field was better, and the
criminal campaigners nre still very
much in doubt whether the business
men of tho town will not establish a
reputable newspaper for tho morning
Kntertalnmcnt ot tho Fleet will
not be complete In Honolulu without
ft ball for tho sailors. Those who at
tended tho ball given by tho sailors
of tho "Uig Four" know that for Jho
enjoyment of the peoplo thoro is
nothing better than u dancing party
wheio equality prevails. A dancing
pavilion with music every night
would be a popular center that need
not be Rcorned by tho best people In
Hnwnli is not forgetful of tho
splendid work Congressman Dates
has done In forwarding tho Pearl
Harbor bill. Mr. Hates would bo the
last, however, to banctlon tho morn
ing paper's offort to discredit tho Del
egate ,of the Territory by unctuous
praiso or iiimsoir Mr. Dates Iiuh all
the qualities of n gentleman and ful
ly understands tho recognized short
comings of the Honolulu morning pa
per element In Hint respect. Ha
waii's gratitude is not tho less sincero
if thrf.copstjtuents of Delegate Kuhlo
credit him With the glory of success
that Is his Just clue.
Henry Clows says that the Wall
Street financial situation M oxcellont
Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75x121, thret bedroom
modern cottage $3200.
Makiki Dutrict, Kinau Street, Lot
60x90, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
low . . $1100.
Cash or Installments,
Col. Henry Wattorson, for years n
sturdy opponent of Wm. J. Hrynn.
hn3 made a public declaration that
the only possible hope of success the
Democratic party has In the coming
campaign may be found in the nomi
nation of Mr. Ilrjnn for President.
We commend this new conversion
a most remarkable conversion In
deed to tho Democrats of the Terri
tory who contemplate sending nn un
Instructed delegation to Dener with
the possibility that the delegates
f i om Hawaii may vuto for the nomi
nation of ono of the "little Ameri
cans" who are on the Democratic
Up to tho last few weeks, Col Wat-
tcrson has for nearly twelve jears
made a consistent and nlwnys plctur.
esnuc light against ltry.n. On tho
first day of this month the Ken
tucky editor gnvc an Interview In
which he said:
"Well-advised observers know
already that the lines of the ap
proaching Presidential cnmpalgn
mo laid and the leaden, as good as
named. The nominating conven
tions will meet only to lecord the
ascertained will of the constitu
encies. 'Mr. Taft Is ns Mire of tho
Republican nomination as Mr.
Ilrynn of the Democratic nomina
tion. Those who quibble in eith
er camp arc either politicians
playing for their own advantage
or else enemies in disguise.
"With tho Republican camp I
have nothing to do. For tho pres
ent, nt least, It does not concern
inc. To tho Democratic dissen
tients I have only to-nay that It
they could work the two-thirds
rule to defeat tho will of the ma
jority under tho plea nnd pre
text thnt Mr. nryini does not real
ly represent tho will ot thoso who
will go to Denver to vote for him
they would wreck Democracy
whilst yet In port.
"If wo cannot elect Hrynn wo
can elect nobody. The tlmo for
alternatives went Jong ago. There
is but ono courso open for sen
sible men nnd good Democrats to
pursue, and thnt Is to quit hair
splitting, to close ranks, nnd tp
rally round the donkey nnd tho
flag, on which still appears tho
blessed legend 'Equality or all
men, exclusive privilege? for
"If the editor of the Courier
Journal can get to Bryan surely v
the most disaffected ought to be"
able to reach' him without much
trouble in case they be Demo
crats and not Republicans. -1
fought a good fight against him
and I fought It to a finish. I
fought it to unite, not to divide,
tho party, and I fought it whilst
there was yet tlmo for parlsy. 1
fought It sincerely, openly, frank
"Not until money, tainted and
covert money, took the field af
ter having plead and plead in
vain for some intelligent, disin
terested, popular response did
the newspapers of New York City
begin to open their eyes, to sit un,
and take notice. It is too late.
"In short nnd In fine, Demo
crats must get down to business
nnd out of tho nnti-Uryan habit.
It is Bryan or nothing."
Taft will he the Republican candl
date. The bnly matter in doubt H
the nnmo of tho Vlco President.
Taft Is n "big American." Ho un
derstands the size and Importance of
the Pacific, and although he has un-
fortunnto ideas regarding the needs
ot the Philippines, ho is well ground
ed on tho follies and dangers ot Cu
With a "big American" on the Re
publican end, Hawaii should by all
means uso every effort It can put
forth to guaraatco u "big Ameri
can" for the bend of tho Democratic
ticket. The ono man In tho wholo
Democratic list who satisfies this
qualification Is William J. Hryan.
Hawaii has a speaking acquaint
ance with llryun nnd Hrynn knows
Hawaii and the Pacific.
It would bo preposterous for tho
Hawaii Democratic convention to do
otherwise than send to Denver a del
egation instructed to work early nnd
Into for thovnomluntion of Mr. Hrynn.
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WAS SO RUN DOWN
LIFE NOT WORTH LIVING.
STEIN-BL0CH tailoring methods are typically American. Wc
do n big thing well by developing time-honored methods to meet
Experience has taught us that men arc so much alike in gen
eral build that by averaging un size differences clothes can be
made to fit.
Thus far it is mathematics. This dene, wc turn to style, and
here imagination enters nnd cloaks our efforts with personality and
The completed clothes 'are turned over to you, in your city,
to try on, and see for yourself in your clothier's glass how close
our workmanship has come to your personal requirements.
This, we believe, is modem and' American and meets a need
that no other method can satisfy so fairly And So Economically.
C. flC!TtfD t
'A if m
I it ! ' Si M
! fc I'M I
aft -i Vllfil'IS
A Few Bottles of Peruna
Restored Me to Health.
Mrs. John Henderson, aOvcrdalo Ave.,
Montreal, Can., writes:
"I was much dltrescd w Ith neuralgia
and was so run down that llfo was not
worth living. I tried a grealtaany rem
edies, but all to no effect,
"I mot a friend of mine, and told her
of my ailment. Sbo advised mo lo try
her romedy, Peruna.
"Althoujjji I had no faith In I'cruna, I
took her advice, and am pleased to stalo
that tho neuralgia lia entirely left me,
and liavo gained so In health that I feel
Just llko my old self again.
"I am enjoying tho best of health.
Wo havo on fllo many thousand testi
monials llko tho above. Wo can glvo
our readers oply a slight glimpse of tho
vast rray of unsolicited emlornemenla
Uf: IlHtman is receiving.
flip following wholesale druggist'
will supply the retail triWo:
M. Mclnerny, Ltd., Agents,
Fort and Merchant Streets
Heneon, Smith & Co.,
" ' ""''' -
THE SUBMERGED TENTH
Our poor; native, boys.
Father Emm Ronglcr, tho owner of
Fanning Island, cdllcd at tho Hullo
tin office today nnd stated that it Is
an error to nssuniH thnt ho IntendH to
establish n wireless telegraph Btutlon
at Fanning nn his own account.
"l would gladly furnish tho Unltod
States Ciiiveimni'iit with tho land for
a wireless telegraph station," said
Father Rougler. "America will somo .
day havo to place a station there. They
must establish a station nt Pago Pago, '
and tho nearest connection with 'bo
cable Is to Fanning Island. Fanning
Is tho only freo Island of tho Pacific.
All tho others nro under tho control ot
ono of tho great powers. It Is highly
proper that It should bo neutral soil.
Tho Urltlsh cable lands thero now. I(
tho American wireless woro to have
a center thcio. Its command of the
I'uclllo would bo more complete. I
will glvo tho land for Uio .station. I
hopo somo day tho Americans will
come and uso it."
YOUR UNCLE SAM.
iWofCan. all put on sou!
socles,' now. No ono that
will work'vjllHuceitu have old shoes
cobbled. foYvhe'can' buy now and pay
lor them. .Every competent laboring
man in tho Iblauds, unemployed, will
bo able lo find his Job nr Pearl Har
bor; and, wo shall need hundreds of
men nnd their fumllles there, fur tho
next two jours. Men will hno lo he
brought fiom tho mainland, i-nglneois,
mechanics, hedgers nnd ditchers--a
great nruij' of worklngmcn to bo fed
and clothed for many months. If not
j;ears. Hawaii Is Just starting In now,
on an era of prosperity that will make
oveiy l.anmaina grow twenty years
younger; for, tho horn of plenty will
be hounding nt ovory good man's door.
and even tho poor nuwspaper clan
will drink thfolr coffee in the morning
and go on their way rejoicing, that
they own an undo, whoso namo ll
Sam a niultl-bllllonalro.
P. S. We'll all bo mighty glad be
fore 1SU3, thnfc wo Just stopped iirounj
until It rained plum-porridge on Ha
waii from tho sky. E. T.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY -3B3
William Allen Whlto entertained
200 Kansas .editors and u number of
noted persoa from other states at a
dinner nt' Emporia, Kansas.
Corner Fort and Merohant Streets.
Honolulu has well gained tha repu
tation of being a clean city. The nly
wiy we can maintain same Is by keep
ing at work. ,
For Your Nest Ermine Sewn.
Made W Piaecpple Fibre and Silk,
im stripes only,
We have tvt partem in each of
the following geloTi :
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
86 inohes wide,
IP YOUR WATCH
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
in oruer. lei us examine ii,
Our Watchmakers Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
. We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION if you will
bring your watch to us.
H. F. Wlchman & Co.
fimk 1ftmk b)M
1 Houses for Rent,
2 Homes and lots for sale,
3 Stores and warehous.es
for rent or lease,
4 Agents for California "
Insurance Company and '
Norwich Union Fire Ins
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filinr Cbl
nets and Units. Office. Fittinirs and
Supplies : also New Jersey School
Church Fnrn.'v Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Srenton Combination Adjustable
esks and Seats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Imports to order,
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
There will be a
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
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
little sunshine A little click
Result A Good Snap
WE DO THE REST
Hawaii Photo & Art Co., Ltd.
Fort below ILing Phone 52
.jcgfg.yignvaj ' .;j-'wuflwn.
This is Free ! Ask for it !
A Booklet full of valuable hints for motorists, called
AND HOW TO STRAIGHTEN THEM.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 114.
Evening, Bulletin 75c Per Month
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