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BAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hoanlulu, Territory of Hawaii.
lBai3y every day except Sunday. Weekly
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
IVVafltico R. Pnrrinnton,
UVIIININtl I IL'M-IITI.N
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii.
( Editorial Rooms,
i Business Office,
5lr. Johnson ot Minnesota, who ns-
fjdres to bo u Presidential canilliUitu,
better niinrei-lates now that llnwiill
Ms on tli map.
Tho alitl-ThwIiiK pi'Utlou does not
,;-?lack for lliu names of men vvIhikp ihi-
Ttlerstnndlni; of community prolilcnis
IlsTis Keen as that of Thwlnfi's war
Of course the Ilnvvnll will win. All
ttdieneeds for speed U to be rlfigeJ
knmljtuillcil ns directed uy nor nesiBii
rur anil thu man who Is to sail in tho
Having fnthered a new ileal, the
reorganized I'leet Commltteo will be
'dim to leave town If It iloes not pro
' iluc'o results n hunilreil per cent, more
j(vriinldly than Its predecessor.
7', f r-r
X When tho tariff Is bo revised that
(there Is u discrimination In faor ot
i&Mic carfiocs carried In American ships
JFthe return of the American IIhr to
command of the sea will bo stalled.
f, While Hawaii was waltlnR and tho
'il'nclflc CoaBt asleep, the II u 1 1 1 t I h
Ml the cables that furnished tle
otleti ticiiniie iiiiormaiioii in i-euuiu
the Trnns-Pacltlc Yacht
the newspaper people of South-
California were treated to a hula
hlch Dr. Kmcrsoti could pre
should be possible to nrrnnfie
nethliiR for the I'leet that UeorRO
ter can sanction.
.. V.iero can be no haim In giving
i.tho city of Honolulu all the snectne-
ft auction In
1 HP a'
, jfovcr; w
L V' "SJ.-Jt
pefiilnr effect of the loinblned I'leet s
tncsonce. After that, they could In-
"dulge in all the coalliiR experiments
they boo fit to make.
A million and a half dollars for
the Ameilcan exhibit at Toltlo is halt
tnvhnt tho country is spendlnR on the
Improvement of I'carl Harbor, lsy
comparison the latter can never bo
classed us a war measure.
GIvo the men of the Fleet n hum
I 'with expurgated hulas. That will
I Keep th'ein away from vulgar mlsrep
fu resentatlons mado nttrnctlvo by the
J 'claim that the old life ot Hawaii can
ffionly'bo exhibited behind closed doois.
ij, Honolulu will bo performlnR a
'public duty when convincing peoplo
'of tho other Islands that they should
ffcome to see tho Atlantic Fleet. It la
t tho event of a lifetime nnd nn cdu-
' ration In what tho future lias In storo
J ) A man who reads ono of Richmond
'oarson llobson's articles and then
.deliberates on tho Inaction ot Cou-
Kress Is lost between two opinions.
Kltlier ho should ro buy a gun, or
J run and hide, for the enemy Is upon
him mid tho defense nil.
Kastorn papers will tako the acci
dent at Kureka as another proof thut
the Fleet's trip to tho Pacific was a
Vgcat mistake. All tho strap-hang
ers In Now
Jiloath and i
tjtho wuko of
ers In Now York will know that
disaster has followed In
f tho big ships.
'' Hawaii hns witnessed another
' bloodlesi! i evolution In tho transfer
of Fleet Commltteo authority. For
tunately for tho pence of tho town,
the ones relinquishing honors are
iljjippler than those assuming the
,urden and heat ot tho day.
1 A man on Fort street who exhibit
ed nn Injured hand while asking for
'flvo cents was a good subject for tho
commltteo on "causes nnd euro ot
jrjpauperism in nuwaii' to uegin on.
(Members ot the commltteo, like po-
jllcemen, nro never around when
t1' When Interest rates go down you
may know that the men who uro
making tholr monoy In Hawaii have
brought It to tho banks of Hawaii to
She. used for tho benefit ot Hawaii.
BVntll that time comes It Is snfo to
gamble that other communities nro
getting tho benefit of what, by right,
belongs to Hawaii.
L'llut tho liquor has the most be-
issued on Tuesday of each week.
- - Editor
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rerSIl Month. A .fill
Ter Vi.r anyvtlicrc In US !.
IVi Y-ar ntiyulirre in I aniula . I.IVo
l'irrar Krttial, forrlcn 3,nii
Entered at tin PoMofflee at Honolulu
MAY 20, 1008
ilous effect on the natives. They are
like our Indians."
This Is John O. Woollcy's opinion
of the native Hawaiian as epiesscd
mi his i etui u to Chicago. Can It bo
that Mr. Woolle) is anxious to cicatu
the Impression that llawallans nio
like the Indians. i.o tlpit they may
bo dc.ul ' "i iVderal law accord
T' ' f luce Jew Year incident
of . ' . ! . lemarknble showing
nccordlng to the story glen tho 11 it I-
lot I a. As a leward for huvliiR
their whiskey absorbed, their chick
ens stolen, and their rice paddy de
strojed by lire, tho hospitable Chi
nese have konteme suspended for
their gambling sins, and tho case
'against the marauders nulla prossed.
If that Is not justice and meriting
high Illinois for police authority,
Hon. Theodoio A. Hell, whom the
California Democrats have endorsed
for temporary chairman of the Na
tional contention at Denver, was tho
Democratic candidate for Governor
at the last State election. Mr. Hell's
candidacy tepresents a Alemnnd for
iccOguitlon of the West nnd partic
ularly the Pacific Coast. It Is safe
to nssumo therefore tfmt ho will have
the support of delegates from this
Territory. All things being equal
the delegates to tho Republican and
Democratic conventions should give
their suppoit to candidates of tho
West, which too often gets tardy rec
ognition from tho sometimes selfish
DENIAL OR CONFESSION?
Tho II u 1 I e t I n has no special
brief for Link .Mt Can d less Demo
crat, but if his opinions on public
land laws are nioio firmly grounded
on selfishness than thu pioprletor of
tho Adveitlser, tho community has
been very much mistaken In Its esti
mate. II it 1 1 o 1 1 n, liny ID.
It probably wants one at $3, a col
umn. That Is what tho II u 1 I o 1 1 n
sold editorial space to tho Democrats
for In the last election. Advertiser,
Isn't that a ripper?
Weakness and appaient Inefficien
cy of tho police In getting next to
gambling Is regulaily nnd Insistently
laid nt tho door of tho County Attor
ney's offlco by tho Police-Organ nnd
sponsor for the force.
It Is tho old case ot, " Talnl me;
It's tho other feller."
A moro perfect proof of Ineinclcn-
a. SSBBk. TCKWW
Lunalilo Street $27.50
halakaua Avenue S2S.00
Nuuanu Valley $25.00
Pensacola Street $35.00
Matlock Avenue $20.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Lunalilo Street $20.00
Kewalo Street $20.00
King Street $15.00
Hackfeld Street $20.00
Emma Street $50.00
Matlock Avenue . ... 7 $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street $55.00
Mililani Street $20.00
KALIHI DISTRICT: " "
2 bedroom house; lot 50x100;
Rood location; 3 minutes' walk
from car line,
Corner Fort and Merohant Streets.
ry It not possible.
The community Is not leady to
take the hnlo-ed estimate of' (he po
lice depaittneiit whlih the Organ of
fers. Such fulsome praise Is n nat
ural" rniiMi for suspicion.
When the fault-finding disposition
of the Organ finds its only vent in an
excuse of tho police by rrltlclsm of
the Count) Attorney, It Is n mighty
good Indication that the police need
The Organ. nppieclatliiR Iho short
comings of Its agents, must needs
create u dust of (1 1 1 1( Ism to distract
The whole builness Is transparent
and extremely Hat.
OUR YACHT HAWAII.
The possibility that the Trnns-Pa-
rifle Yacht Race may finish during
the final days of tho Atlantic Fleet's
stay In poit promises a luippy combi
nation of events which Is balm for
thu Irritation resulting from the In
ability of Pacific Coast yachts to start
on Knmehameha Day.
With three jachts from tho Coast
entered, there is no doubt ot the
course to be followed by thu Hawaii
Yacht Club. Our jaclit should bo
put In condition as speedily as pos
sible and sent out to win thu race
vvhtdi should bo enclly done.
The experience Honolulu hns had
In connection with tills ucht incc
has not been fiee from homo disap
pointing features. Tho yacht has
cost moro than expected and the rnco
hn's not been pulled off in tho one-
two-three order that arouses enthu
siasm and keeps It to tho piopcr
pitch, Hut tho value to the commu
nity ot performing a task ot this
character ami' carrying It through to
success In spite of obstacles, cannot
It pays to do things, Tho yacht
at twice the original price Is a good
Investment for tho Territory of Ha
waii and particularly tho people ot
Honolulu, who have been tho prime
movers in building and equipping the
Something has been gained when
the little city ot Honolulu, In the
midst of .the Pacific, can set thu pare
for tho Pacific Coast. Having done
It once, wo will do It again.
Hawaii's lepiescntatlve vessel la
ono of. which every man. woman nnd
child should be pi oud, and especially
so when the Nation's great Fleet of
defense Is In port,
PETITIONS REACH SHERIFF
(Continued from Vast 11
W. A. Shnpmaii, .Ins. W. McDonald, .1
A. I.ucns, A. Lulling, J, Gnnsntvcs, 11.
O. Carter, II. Ill ay. W. llray, F. .1.
Putra. Cliiis. Hall, V. .1. Moirlani, IM.
Dicvv, Isaac Cockett, M. A. Gonsalvcs,
V. A. Pilldy. Geo. II Angus, A. S. P.
Robertson, W. M. Buchanan, tl, C.
Cook. V, .1. Testn, II. Dlnklage. K. II.
Waterman. W. H. I.each, SI. ). Moil
sarrat, C. Peterson, John Knmudiilli,
Thus. McLean, Clias. Fireman, A.
McDiifllc, Captain Paul Smith. II. C.
Vlda, C. J. McCarthy. II. T. I.ako, Win.
Savldge, C. I.. Doyle, F. Hustaco. N.
H. Geilgo. W. J. White, K. H. O. Will
lace, S. IJ. Hoso, N. I"eniaiide7.. Jus.
McLean, It. A. Kenriis, K. M. Camp
bell, M. Phillips. 11. T. Huyselden. II.
II. Kohlor. Win. Gioen. C. S. Weight.
H. (5. Dulsenberg. J. S. Walker, II.
CloBhorn, 11. Hugo. F. A. llachelor, A.
Constnbel, II. von Dainni, Hbeu P.
Low, C. A. Ill own, Urt C. II. Cooper,
Dr. J. 0. O'Day, Dr M. K. Grossman.
Dr. .1. F. Covves, Dr. Jas. It. Jiidd. J.
W. Short. Dr. llodglns, Dr. Strnub, Dr.
Mcl.eniiaii, W. W. Klrkhind, Hen F.
Vlckers, J. F. Hnglund, C. .1. Cnni
bell, A. C. Dovvsett. .1. .1. Fern, .Lis
Frlel, T. K. Chirk, J. A. Kennedy and
Thu Sheriff slated that ho had not
yet decided vvhat action to tako In ie
gard to tho petitions, but that ho had
tho matter under consideration at
present. It is, howovcr, most liupiob
able that ho will glvo tho petitioners
a favorablu answer.
After being missing six month),
John Peter Hclns, n wealthy Now
Yorker, has been found dead In thu
lescrvoir at Contra! Park. Ills dis
appearance was attonded by de
mands for a $1,000 rnnbom, with
threats ot death If It was not paid.
Ono of tho subjects to come before
tho lntcinatlonal telegraphic confer
ence which opened In Lisbon Is a now
method of counting messages by
adopting a uniform word ot five let
ters or flguics.
The Fleet Is coming. Let us clean
up the City.
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each ot
the fellowins colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WMH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide.
WAS TAKEN SICK
FROM CATCHING COLD
MISS EIlNKSTIKi: IHHHAUD,
Duck Lake, tjaskalchowsn, Cau.,
"Atthoclojoof lfiat I took sick n tho
result otentclitng cold. 1 becamo very
weak nnd could not do anv thing.
"1 consulted n doctor, who had mo
tako various l.lndt of medicine, but I
did not rind any relief from my suffer
ing. At Hie advice i of a friend, 1 vnotu
to you nnd you ndvNed me.
"After I had taken two bottle of Pc
rinia thcro was noticeable improve
ment. I combined the uw of IVruns,
Manalin nnd Lacupl.i nnd nfier Inking
several bottles of cncli I II nil myself en
can certify that It was through
your medicines that I rccocrcd my
health. I mlvlo every one who is
Flmllarly nfllictcd to obtain Dr. Hurt
man's advlco and bo benefited."
Mrs. Wllda Mooers. It. 1". 1). No. 1,
Lents, Oregon, U.S. A., writes:
"l-'or tho past four jenrs I was a
wretched woman, suffering It h ie ero
backaches and other pains, leav lug me
so weak and weary that It una only
with dltllculty that I wasablu to attend
to my household duties.
" used different remedies, but
found no relief until I had tried I'v
"Within two weeks thcro was a
chango for tho better, nnd lu hn than
three months I was a well and happy
"All the pralso is duo to Pcrunn."
Perunn Is not n local loiui-il), but an
Internal systemlu remedy. It will re
lievo 'calami in Its must ubilluata
The following wholesale druggist"
will supply tho retail, tr.-vlo:
licnson, Smith & Co., Honolulu,
Sjmfr Ijwd W
Only a Short Time
It will be only a llttlo whlto
before It will cost you moro
lAnncy to buy u home. Now
one may bo hud nt a bar
gain. Wo havn u beautiful
homo for pi'.'O.OO, a houso
of 8 looms with all modern,
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. Wichmah & Co.
Honolulu has well gained the repu
tatlon of belroj a clean city. The only
way we can maintain same Is by keep
Ing at work.
Ills '-H Y 'ill
is a cliirt that is Distinctive in STYLE, MAKE, nnd PAT
TERN. Manhattan Shirts
M. M'lnerny, Xitd., fort and Merchant Sfa-
(Continued from Pace 1
tho objection. Hreckons und Kinncv
both leaped to Uielr feot. Tho latter)
took Issue with tho Judge logaulliiR
tho construction to bo taken from'
cases that wcro letcricd to, and
wanted tho Judgu to evptnln whether I
or not his decision was based on this'
(oi tain (onstiuctloii.
"If tho Court please," began Mr.
"I will not bo Inlcriitpted by my
vvoithy filend In that manner," said
Kinney, homovvlint heatedly. And tho
Court ruled that ho had tho Hour. A
few minutes Inter Hreckons nnd Kin
ney spit lire at each other. Hreckons
asked tho Court to dlschargo tho Jur
oi s not on thut particular case. Kin
ney said ho didn't llko tho discour
tesy of his worthy opponent.
"The rest of tho Jury Is excused
until Monday," titled the Court,
hereupon Hreckons was highly ela
ted, nnd forthwith marched out to
get tho evidence; which was In dis
pute and bring. It Into court. Thu
case will probably bo tried conslder
ubly speedier from now on than It
hns lu tho past, although tho law
yers on each sldo are fighting hard,
and disputing every posslblo point.
Ilreckonu has thirteen counts on
which ho can prosccutu KokL
Someone In Now York dropped a
Jii.r.O gold piece lu a postal-card blot
machine nt tho postolllcc and secured
i postal card, hut has not rcpotrcJ
Tho I'nlted Clulstlan party, In na
tional convention lit Ilockfonl, lit.,
nominated tho Hov. Daniel II. Tin
ner of Decatur, 111., for President.
llainuesH IMo von ltucNlehen, who
shot and killed her husband In thelr
chateau at lluddcnberg. Germany,
and then Mint herself, Is dead.
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey School
Church Furn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination - Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
sign!). Estimates given. Imports to order.
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
This Is Oiuj ve of Those
w ua' offering at
$1.00 PER WEEK
iio Tjrnnr.T ax wnnarnTit
There will be a
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
M'tO amm. dlf
aie all that, nnd more. Their Coat Shiits arc the most
you could put on.
We have a full 'new line of them, and wc want
They wear Well; never fade in washing.
now To frame your
1 1 i ..
Wc Frame in the Most Suitable Manner
Photographs, Diplomas, Sketches,
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Hawaii Photo &
This is Free ! Ask
A Booklet full of
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
134 Beretania near Fort St
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v- Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
25? Eoretanla 8L Phone 149 1.
you to see them.
Art Company, Ltd.
U C Dapper
looking men wear clothes that
hnve been made to their meas
ure, because that is the only
way they can be assured of
perfect-fitting and stylish gar
ments. It Pays To Be Well
Dressed, especially when it
don't cost any more. Wc make
clothes to your measure at
A SWELL LINE of Spring
Suit Lengths just arrived.
BUSINESS SUITS $20. up.
TUXEDO SUITS $30. up.
Geo. A. Martin,
for it !
valuable hints for motorists, called
TO STRAIGHTEN THEM.
P. 0. BOX 144.
a card tears or cracks, you
throw the pack away, be
cause you can't shuffle them
or use them in play,
never crack or tear. They
last till they're disqualified
from old age. '
Hawaiian News Co.,