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EVENING BULLETIN. IJONOtUMT, T. II., SATURDAY, MAY 16, 130S.
IS AUTHORITY ON EXPLOSIVES
VACATION TRIP LETTERS
Puutionc, Maul, Mn 8, 190S.
Dv cuing llullctln Vacation Trip Depl.
Dear Sir: Kindly send me b) re
turn mull nnmplc copies of the II it I -I
o 1 1 ti and subset Iptlon blnnhn, ns I
wish to earn n vacation trip.
Thanking ou In advance, I am,
Kolmln, Hawaii, May
The llullctln Pub. Co,
Klin: Hclng dcslious of c.irnliiK
vac-Ulon trip, I Vvmitd like nubscrlp
Hon blanks with hill Information.
Yours very trul),
:( one- ear Dally. ftlon nnd lontruct me what to do, and
Aio further Information joi nicy how could I get the frco trip to that
deslro will bo plndly rurnlshod' upon place.
request to this olllcc.
Wiillul.li, Maul, Ma) 12th, 1908.
Vacation Trip Manager.
Dear Sir: I h.ie been wishing It
n long tliuo to take a trip to mlo I'l
order to Villi Iho volcs.no for nt least
erne wcek'n rtnv; co I would llko )ou
bn kind enough to mill mo Infornn-
l)o j on offer a trip to China, too?
.If so, kindly let me know nnd oblige.
Dear Sir: Repl)lng to our fnvor
of the 12th, wo beg to ndlse you that
we are enclosing to ou our Vacation
Booklet, which contains a great deal
of Information regarding our . aca-
I'uiinonc, Maul, Maj 12, 1908.
llullctln Pub. Co. Ltd , Vacation Tilp
Dopt , Honolulu.
Dear Sir: Plcaso find enclosed
flo doltnm (?"'.0n) for which kindly
Fend pnpcrH to subscribers which 1
Will you kindly Inform mo when
tlio II ti I I 1 1 n 'h vacation trip will
tomo oft? or how long It will last?
Tlieio'n one thing I do not quite
iindcuitnnd In jour booklet and it's
You have written In our booklet
that I will bo able to cam it trip from
Kahtilui to Honolulu for 10 early
subset Iptlons. Is It 10 one )car dal
ly? or Is It 10 one jcar weekly?
Kindly let mo know as soon as
possible, a h 1 am very impious to
know. Closing with thinks, I re
main, Yiiura trulj,
Dcir MIsb: Hncloscd plcasa ftnil
our receipt for the money Kent us In
jour favor of the 12tli Inst. Imply
ing to jour first question as to how
long the Bulletin's Vacation
Trips will last and when they will
come off, wo would s.i) tint the trips
will last for at Icist one car and
probnbl) longer. They will come oft
at any time the requisite number of
subscriptions nro Bent In for any trip
ou may desire to take. Your other
question as to whether wo mean
Weekly or Dally subscriptions when
wo sav that It will talo 10 yearly
subscriptions lo nanui trip from Ku-
huliil to Honolulu, is answered on
pngo flvo of our Booklet, a marked
copy of which you will find enclosed.
The Ilooklet states: Yearly subscrip
tions to the Weekly Edition of the
11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n 'count as one-eighth of
Every day many people visit the
office of the BULLETIN, say
ing that our Vacation Tiip offer
sounds "too good to be true." They
can't sec how we1 can send them to
the Volcano House, for instance, for
25 yearly subscriptions. Never mind
how we do it. We give you a round
trip ticket to the Volcano House and
money .to pay for 8 days' board, to
an) one securing 25 yearly subscrib
ers. There is absolutely no publicity
attached to the trip. ''
Hon Plan. We will give jou a round
trip ticket from Walluku to Hllo and
$25. In gold, which will cover 7 days'
board at the Volcano House, for 21
Yearly Dally subscribers to the K v e -n
I n g II u 1 1 ejt I n, whether they aro
old or new names on our ll-t. Wo
will gtvo you n round-trip l.ckct to
Hongkong and $2r. cash, as follows:
European Steerage, Honolulu to
Hongkong and return, for 85 yearly
subscribers to the Dally IMItlon or
the K v o n I n ft Bulletin. First
Cabin to Hongkong and return, tick
et good fonfour months, for 114 sub
scribers. Hirst abln to Hongkong
and return, ticket good for twelve
months, for 166 Yearly Dall subs
Any further Information jou may
desire, kindly nsk for at ancc, and
wo shall gladly forward It to ou.
VACATION TltlP DKPT.
Honolulu, May 11.
Vacation Department, K v c n I n s
It ii I I n I I n .
Dear 8lr: I nm nn old subscriber
to the It u 1 1 o 1 1 n , tmlng taken It
for J ears. 1 havo read of this Mica
Hon trip affair and my Interest his
been aroused, so I write to you to
learn the full 'particulars. I deslro
n trip to San Francisco, so I woull
Ilka to know" how to go about It'
Hoping to hcnijjfroni jou In the near
future, I remain,
SENATOR PERKIK4 STRONGLY
OPPOSED TO SI IIPPING '
Call, write or phone to Vacation. Trip Department
for a Vacation-Trip BooWet,'whioh gives full informa
tion of the .BULLETIN'S Great Vacation Tri" Of
fer. Phone 2-6-0.
Dear Sir: The trip to San Fran
cisco will cost )ou 80 yearly sub
scribers, )r any combination totaling
that number., Wc furnish )ou with
first-class round trip transportation
and 12.", gold. Klndi) advise us
whon you deslro to Btart to work and
wn wllj furnish you subscription
blinks and Instructions
VACATION' TltlP DKPT.
Walluku. Maui 10. 1U8.
livening Bulletin, Honolulu,
Vacation Trip Dopt.
Daar Sir: I would like tin visit
Honolulu at the time of the fleet's
arrival. Will you kindly Inform ma
how many ye'arlj subscriptions I
Your; "fcsjijctf ully,
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 5.
Senator Perkins has been Informed
that the Chamber otf Commerce of
Hawaii has been .Mb.'lng to Knlanl
nnaolc to urge the passago of Piles'
bill permitting fonilgit ships; to take !
passengers between the Islp.nds mil
the mainland. Tho Senator sas to
permit that would be to 'aim over
the coasting trade to tile Japanese,
who not only reecho a nnllllon a year
subsldfrbut nro able to operate their
ships for one-third what Mic Ameri
can ships can bo operated for. Per
kins will oppose thp bill .lo tho best
of his ability.
WASHINGTON, D C, May 7. A
bill providing that for a period of
six years passengers between Hawaii
and other ports of the Unllted States
shall be permitted to trawl on for
eign vessels without being1 subjected
to the payment of $20(1 penalty was
reported favorably from the Scnnto
Committee on Commerce tod ly. Tho
Inw fixing this penalty -was passed
for the encouragement of. American
vessels on tho Pacific ocean. It has
operated to the inconvcrlcnco . of
travelers, however, as there arc nut
sufficient American vessel to hnndlo
the traffic, nnd travelers not Infre
quently have been compelled to suf
POSTAL APPROPRIATION BILL
CARRIES. RIDZR FROM
Dear Sir: Round trip to Honolulu
including expenses for 7 days will re
quire 10 J carl Dally subscribers.
Full Instructions sent jou by mall.
VACATION TIUP UaiT.
Congress Closing Its Work
WASHINGTON, I). C, May 15. Tho House has passed the Public
I'ulldlngs bill, which tarries appropriations totaling twenty-three mil
The Cm rent) bills havo been wnt to n Conference Committee, tho
House having adopted tho Vrccland bill and the Sennte tho Aldrlch bill,
both currency measures, but differing In essential details.
COURT SUPPORTS ROOSEVELT.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 15. The federal Court has sustained
tho stand taken by President lloosovclt regarding his right to dismiss tho
companies of ncgio troops from tho scrvlco who wore Implicated ,ln tho
shooting up of llrovvnsvlllo on the night of August 13, 1906, these being
Companies II, C, and D of the Twc.nt)-flfth Infantry.
- i m
' . GOVERNORS FINISH WORK
WASHINGTON, D C, Mny 15. The Convention or Governors nd
Journcd today after adopting a declaration that the States should co
operate for the conservation of tho resources Af tho country In tho matter
of forests nnd having decided that tho conference should bo inado a
DEBS TO LEAD SOCIALISTS
CHICAGO, 111, May 15. Tho Socialist National Convention has nom
Inntcd Kugeno V, Debs ns their candidate for President and Ilonjaniln
llanford foi Vice President.
HEARST, NO DEMOCRAT
NKW YORK, N. Y April 27.
William Randolph Hcaist, proprietor
of n chain of newspapers lioretoforo
lopularly supposed to bo Democratic.
In policy, tonight formally read hlm
tclf out of tho Democratic paity and
thcroby proclaimed himself a rene
gade If thoro has been liny doubt
at all concerning W. II. Hearst's at
titude toward llrynn, It was dispelled
toutght In Hearst's speech at tho In
dcpcndcncp Loaguo "banquet," In
which Hearst called upon nil pro
gressiva Democrats and Republicans
to join tho new Indopci.dent movo
incut and holp crush tho old parties.
Tho dinner at tho Knickerbocker
Hotel tonight wus given to launch
tho now "national Independence par
ty," which will hold u Stnto conven
Hon hero next Saturday and a na
tional lonvontlon In Chicago two
weeks after the Denver convention.
In the course of his speech Hearst
"On tho Democratic sldo somo can
didates who hao been for free sliver
are now against It, nnd some who
hnvu been for Government ownorshlp
are now agnliiBt that, nnd soinewuo
have been against tho Initiative and
icferendum ns tho extreme of social
ism lire now for them. And some
who hnvo beon against political
porch-cllmblng nnd such wickedness
havo beon held up by n band of tritn
robbers In tho Stato of Illinois nnJ
forced to nuiko n voluntary contribu
tion for tho religious purposes of
their former political opinions."
This obvious lilt nt llryun drew
foith a loud cheer. Hearst also took
occasion to criticise Roosevelt und
ARCHIVES COMMISSION MEET3
At the meeting of tho Archives
Commission yesterday afternoon It
was decided liming other things to
publish tho proceedings of the Privy
Council, which begin In 18-15 and
contain much Interesting historical
HIS FIFTY-FIFTH YEAR
Mr. T. O. Thrum celebrates touay
the closo of his fifty-fifth year In tho
Islunds. Asked, how ho was cclebiat
lnir. Mr. Thrum retuaiked "At woik.
j among. in) booksUH,usual."'
WAS LINCOLN'S FRIEND
San Jose. March 18 "Dad" Pntton,
boyhood friend of Abraham Lincoln,
chum of "Ruffalo Dill" and Kit Car
son, and tho man who guided Fre
mont to California, passed his ninety
eighth birthday Thursday, propped up
in bed In squalid qunrtcrs at a cheap
lodging hnuso In this city.
The parasol hat, by which Patton
has gained fanio throughout Califor
nia, was laid asido carefully on tho
only chair In tho room and by fcoblc
candlo light tho old man, painfully
pursued his profession of mending
William II. PirUon, familiarly
known as "Dad," Is line of tho most
rcmarkablo cliaiacters of tho West.
Horn on n form adjoining that of
Abraham Lincoln, tho old man can
probably relate more Interesting per
sonalties about tho martyred Presl
dent thnu are found In tho books
which hlstorlnns havo given to tho
Sleep wth Abe? sure 1 did. Ilut
hold on I tako that back. 1 tried to
sleep lb tho samo room witli him lots
of times, but It was no use. Lincoln
used to read nil night nnd when 1
know him, ho would read aloud, stop
ping occasionally to spoil tho words
out when lie ciimo to a sentence ho
did not fully understand. That man
used to road anything nnd everything
ho 'could lay his hands An. "May bo
you think ho didn't snoro, too," and
Dad smiled whimsically at tho recol
lection. Patton oxhlbltH with prldo his pen
sion ns a woundid votoron of tho
Civil War. Mrs. Lincoln canto upon
him In tho hospital at Washington
and ordorcd his removal to her homo,
where for two weeks tho wounded
soldier was cared for under thu por
sonal direction of his old neighbor.
Tho old man wns an IntUnato frlond
of Colonel Cody (Uuffulo BUI) as well
as Kit Carson.
Ho has lottors from each which ho
troasurus In tho samo box with his
repairing kit, representing his sole
means of support.
In his last lottor, Cody writing from
Iloston Invites his old friend to call
nn htm "nnrl I'm trnlnir to." said IVarl
j yesterday. "You sco It I don't stuit
out noxt July.
Patton, having lost money almost
ns fast as thu rain falls oft his novel
headgear, Is content to cko a small
pittance by traveling along tho Coast,
mending Chtnnwaro and odds nnd
ends, with a process ho has patented
Everywhere ho Is pictured and stori
ed, and the scrap book ho has form
ed Is a marvel or stirring tales nnd
Intordstlng nnccUotos. '
LUMBER BUSINESS OF NORTH
WEST LANGUISHES MILLS
MAY SHUT DOWN
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 7.
Just before the adjournment of tho
Senate today Penrose reported the
Postofflce bill lu skelfcton form. The
Senate adopted the Galltngcr ocean
mall, subvention bill' as an 'amend
ment, adding It to the Posto'fflco bill
In the form In which It was passed
by the Senate. It authorize the
Postmaster General. to pay for ocean
mall service on vessels ot the second
class on routes to South America, tho
Philippines, Japan, China, and Aus
tralasia, the same rate 'now appli
cable to vessels of the first class and
for service In vessels ot the third
class tho rnto applicablo under exist
ing law tor vessels ot the second
The Houso made provision for In
crease In the pay of letter-carriers ot
the sixth class from $1100 to 120),
and the Sennte conunltteo has ex
tended the increase to cover clerks
of tho same lam.
LAST AND BEST
OF PICTURE SHOWS
Prof Charles 13 Monroe, the g
plosives, has Just undertaken u 1 Its
will prove of benefit to n large prop
will, ultimate!) no doubt, save thu
will seek by means of a scries of to
what explosives are best adapted fo
I cere t that n majority of the torrib
coal mines and partlcularl) harrow
been presented In West Virginia nil
liidlrcctl) to tho wo of charges of d
down the loal Gradusllv It has co
sives nro much less liable than oth
dust or lire damp that snuff out th
instnnt, but detailed Information Ii
tho explosives nru "safest ' Profes
this point, and It is expected Hint a
passed u national law governing th
(Copyright, ruvvcett, Wash )
S E. MUNR0E
restest living authority on high ox
i of Investigation which it Is hoped
ortlon of the American people and
usands of lives Professor .Munroo
its nnd Investigations to discover
. i-e In mining operations It Is no
lo disasters which occur In American
In,; examples of which havo lately
d Pennsylvania aro duo directly or
ynnmlte or other explosives to break
me to bo realized that somo explo
crs to I ml in-o the explosions of coat
o llvco of hundreds ot miners In an
as been Incline n to Just which of
tor M tin roe will endeavor to clear up
s a result of hU work tUero will be
o tin of high explosives
TACOMA, Wash,, May 8. With
tho price of shingles dropping until
they have touched a point admitted
by shingle manufacturers and whole
salers to bo actually below tho cost
ot manufacture, those having at
heart tho welfare of the red cedar
Industry nro bestirring themselves to
do something to protect tho mlllmen
and to put the business back to a
paying basis Tho price ot red cedar
shingles has dropped at least 5 cents
a thousand In the last week.
Manufacturers aro now fortunnte
If they can secure $1.55 for stars,
and clears show tho samo proportion
ate loss. Orders aro not coming from
the Kant, because, retailers will not
buy on a falling market. Nearly ev
ery mill In tho Northwest Is operat
ing under a limited capacity. Stocks
in transit are not heavy. An attempt
to engineer a concerted shutdown
movement Is lacking and manufnetur
ers have so far been unablo to fix nn
absolutely minimum selling price and
stay by It.
Notlco received from tho Govern
ment by tho Wlshkah Doom Com
pany to stop all splashes on the Wish
kah river at and above Aberdeen and
keep frco tho channel has caused
consternation among the logging
companies on that stream. Tho or
der Is tho result of the persistent
fighting of the rnncherB along this
river, who complain that the stream
Is monopolized by the Wlshkah Doom
Company to the exclusion of all
If the order Is mnde permanent, It
will compel tho logging companies
practically to quit business.
Joe Cantlllon sprung a young Mr.
HU Cates on us yesterday when thj
Highlanders began to fancy Gear
ing's offerings. Wo thought well of
him until ho struck out Chaso and
Stahl and made Rtberfeld drop a lit
tle splash after Nlles and Kceler had
.opened the Inning with singles
I New York Journal.
This will bo the tast night of the
moving-picture show at tho Oiicra
House, and tne management intends
that It shall be the bout of the en
gagement. There Is to be a little
girl as a new attraction and she will
sing "Honey Do)." Stio has been on
the stago only a short time, but
wherever sho has appeared she hss
scored a success. Pollard had noth
ing better with his great show. Miss
Clifton has a couplo of new songs
which sho sings beautifully. Tho
scenes aro to be entirely different
from any shown at this houso beforo
and they will be good ones with
plenty of snap and go and lots of
laughter. Tho seats aro selling vjcrv
much hotter than for' the laBt exhibi
tion for tho reason that tho show Is
to have tho udded attractions. Wall,
Nichols Co. have them at 15 cents
for the gallery, 25 for the balcony
and 60 cents downBtnlrs.
HABEAS CORPUS GRANTED
Ilrst Mcthqdlst Kplscopil Cliucch
Sunday School, 9 45 a. m . Internation
al, lesson, "Jtsiis Defrayed nnd De
nied." Morning worship, 11 o'clock,
sermon by tho pastor, Mibject, "The
Uiichangcabl Law of God " lpnorth
League, C:3(i p. m., thu meeting will
be In charge of the paitor, who will
Install the ofheers elect The uvcu
lng services will bo In obseivanco ot
the anniversary of tho Hague Pcaco
Conference Chief Justlcu Hartwell
will address the audience-. It lu to bo
hoped that a large congregation wit,
assemble In honor of tho occasion mid
to hear ludgo Hartvvcll speak on tho
subject of "Universal Poace" Miss
Hlro will p'oiddo at the piano, Miss
Aloyci will lead tho chorus choir nnd
sing a special solo during tho morn
lng service. Marshall II, Webb will
sing lu tho m tiling meeting Tho
public is cordially Invited to meet
Christian Church, A. C McKccvcr,
pasior. villi, iiiiiio scnooi; lesson, naenis,
"Ltro That Overcomes the World," i
John 18:1-27. CIO, Y. P. S. C. j:.;
subject "Being a Christian." 11 n.
in i-crmon b) pastor 7 10 p m.
Jivhe S II. Kingsbury will speak;
subject "International Peace". A
celebration ot tho nineteenth nnnl- '
versary of tho International pcaco
conference will bo held.
Roman Catholic Cathedral. Our
Lad) of Peace. Sunday services: 0
n. in, low mass with Portuguese In
struction and holy communion; 7 a.
m , low mass and hoi) communion;
9 n. m , low mass vvli.li singing and
English seri'ion, 10: it) n in, high
solemn mass with nntlvo rcrmon; 2
p ni , rosary and native Instruction;
7 p in , Portugueso terinon and ben
ediction Stiturdn) 7 p in , bene
diction of thu blessed Bacrament
St Augustine on tho Deach. Wnl
klkl !) a m, muss with singing
and Hngllsh scimon. Noxt Sunday
at all the masses nnd In nil tho
churches, collection for the Holy ra
ther, the Pope, on tho occasion ot bis
sacerdotal Jubilee, b) order of tho
Mshop, Right Rev Libert Iloey-
Bulletin Businesi Office Phone 230.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
A writ of habeas corput was yes
terday granted in behalf of Anamv
Ha Maunakea, who las beon held by
the Hoard ot Health as a loper sus
pect, by Judge Lindsay on tho ground
that tjio procedure prescribed by law
had not beon followed. Tho petition
was brought on two grounds. Tho
first was that tho Invs relating to
tho segregation ot lcpo;s was not
valid, and tho other that ti'e proced
ure of the law had not been followed.
Tho Territory nt once took nn ppenl
to tho Supremo Court, having tho up.
peal perfected within an hour after
tho decision. The petitioner will re
main at the Kallhl Receiving Station
until, her also has been decided by
tho Supremo Court.
George Hildebrand Is an Idol ot
tho Juvenile fans who attend the
Oakland Thursday games by hun
dreds, Lot lllldo make any sort ot a
play and the kids start a pandemo
nium. In tho first Inning, when ho
hit safely, the) shoqk the rafters
with their noise.
A FULL LINE of loose
leaf supplies for all
classes of office work,
with the very latest in
covers and locking parts,
is now open for inspec
tion in theulletin Office.
Prices Just Right,
Style Ahead of the Times