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ETEN1H0 BUIABT1N, HONOLULU, T II., THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1008.
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W Alloc R. Pnrrlngton, - - Editor
'ef Mouth, toyiftherelM tJ S. .. .71
Per Quarter. anywlir In U S,
Per Year, atiTwlierc in U.S.
Pr YMr,Kwiiul, foreign,
CIRCULATION LARQE6T OF ANY
in the Territory
Kven laukca hna to Bay that ho
does not wnnt to shoulder thu follies
of the tclf-appolnted Police Organ.
When you have made jour money
In Hawaii there Is no better place on
the globe for Investing the surplus
Most every State controlled by
High Finance has tried to head off
llrjan and help Johnson. It may be
The 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n has received an
other letter from Ilrother Thwlng'
which will receive space aB opportu
nlty offers. i,
Assignment of naval fleets to ma
neuvers In these waters Is another
evidence that nt last the Pacific haB
been discovered by the American peo
ple. It would be folly to expect any
thing but Insult and misrepresenta
tion from the morning paper when
dealing with tho County Attorney's
Everybody approves tho proposal
to take the Fleet visitors to Pearl
Harbor. The harbor Is one ot Ha
waii's exclusive features and takes
. Now Is the time for the Associated
Order of Piece Clubs to Issue their
manifestoes so that the peoplo may
know Just what will happen If tho
worst Is yet to come.
Was this Indicted Devauchelle the
same one who acted aB special slouth
for the Police Organ? If so, no won
der the County Attorney is damned
it he docs and It he doesn't.
The particular difference- between
the gambling games on "this side ot
Nuuanu" and the "other sldo of Nu
uanu" Is that the police raid one and
with the other It Is different.
Scientists want to know If they
will be welcomo tn Honolulu. It 1b
perhaps a proper question, but there
Is no doubt of Honolulu's response.
No place on earth will receive them
more cordially or make greater en
deavor to havo their stay enjoyable.
For an outfit that misrepresents
and tumbles the news every day the
Advertiser goes through enough fool
ish contortions over afternoon cable
grams to suggest the necessity of
pointing to the "other feller," that
Its own shortcomings may be forgot
ten. Attorney General Hemcnway says
be dropped the Walalua Chinese case
weeks ago. That's Just why tho
men whose chickens were taken and
rice paddy burned are now objecting.
They apparently want to know If
this Is the punishment for a friendly
game of cards.
Consul Salto shows excellent Judg
ment in giving the Japanese peoplo
explicit Instructions on the methods
of decorating. The majority do not
need directions, but the work of one
thoughtless or Ignorant person
plemented by a bombastic critic
mignt start a
whole lot ot useless
Congressman Lllley having been
upheld In his charge against the
olortrl .,,l,n..rn. Il.l... It lit .-
Interesting to sen whnr 'wnmo. nf
Interesting to tea what becomes of
the special agent who wanted to got
an endorsement out ot tho Honolulu
business men because his crowd own
ed the Navat Committee. Regard
less of what may happen In Wash
ington, let the Incident be recorded
as one of the gold bricks Honolulu
did not grab tor.
' LOWIP SDQAR PRICES.
The reduction In tho price ot sugar
noted In the; last few days Is no doubt
brought' about by the reports made
on fruit-crop conditions and the beet
sugar plantings In Europe.
Information from the Coast by re
to the fruit men. The 'drought In
some sections of California has wiped
out the fruit crop beyond the possl-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rrsu Mot.iiu m .n
Pet Year, nhcre In US I.oo
Pel Year, any here In CaiiaJa ., I.Bu
Per Year ixtpalil, torclin a.oo
Eoirreil t tlie PtyttoA.ee at Honolulu
at st-coad ct nutter.
MAY 21, 1908
blllty of recovery. This may becomo
to widespread as to have a very de
cided effect on the sugar demands of
The beet plantings of Europe arc
usually concluded nbout tho middle
of May, and tho market would un
doubtedly respond to Increased
plantings, resulting from this year's
shortage and high prices, and favor
able weather for tho new crop.
The top-notch of Uio cane-sugar
production has been passed and It
may be that Invisible supplies have
ljegun to make their appearance to
preetit the prices soaring to figures
more unsatisfactory to refiners.
There Is nothing In mall advices
to suggest a reduction In price that
will rise to the dignity of n "slump."
GET TBI VOTERS OUT.
May the Civic Federation's effort
to arouse the voters previous to the
party primaries and secure their at
tendance at the preliminaries of tho
party organization be rewarded by
tho most extraordinary success. A
general turn-out of citizens at the
precinct meetings and primary poll
would give the Federation nmple ox
cuse for existence.
And since tho Federation is going
Into this Important work It would be
quite proper to enlist the enthusiastic
support ot the Oahu Walking Club
and every other organization with a
name and nominal membership.
Any organization and every organ
ization, religious or political. In tho
Family or out of the Family, that
will devoto its energies to Btirring
tho peoplo to attend to their duties
In matters of government, la deserv
ing tho kindest words and the high
Modern llfo In this country docs
not present n more unfortunate be
ing, one more entitled to tho condem
nation of his fellows, than the man
who complains of what the "politi
cians" havo done, but who has not
been present nt any party precinct
meeting or otcd at any party pri
mary. Such a person is ot the stripe that
hclpB make monarchies of republics,
promotes corruption, and aids In tho
ruin of decent government. Tho In
fluence ot such a person is figured
among the assets of the criminal
campaigners who hate popular gov
ernment and bank on tho oasy-chalr
lazybones to defeat tho cause of gov
ernment by tho whole people.
Get tho voters out.
If tho Civic Federation can help,
more power to Its elbow.
tfflJKJmWmmWF cot amy.
sup-l.n?a10 SJxet 27.80
' KalsJfAliaAyenu S25.O0
Nuuanu Valley 125.00
Pentacola Street (35.00
Matlock Avenue 120.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Lunalilo Street 120.00
Kewalo Street $20.00
M OirCCV U
?n? A f9
Hackfeld Street 520.00
Emmav Street 150.00
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street 155.00
Mililani Street $20.00
2 bedroom house; lot 50x100;
good location; 3 minutes' walk
from car line.
Corner Fort and JMerohant Streets.
Sjmfc "iimk LoM
Only a Short Time
It will bo only n little while
before it will cost ou mot a
money to buy a home. Now
one mny be had nt n bar
gain. We huvo a beautiful
home for S32G0.00, n houso
of 8 rooms with all modern
SjiiM fiimk LoM
iatesi sum m
Editor Evening II u 1 1 e 1 1 n :
It Is now proposed that tho lodges
and societies contribute toward fit
ting up the old flshmarket, convert
ing It Into somo kind of a theater or
Just how any assistance from tho
lodges can bo expected I am at a loss
to understand, us according to tho
laws ot most ot the Orders no money
could bo appropriated from tho funds
for nny such purpose, besides, tho
lodges havo assembly halls of their
own suitable for all their entertain
ments, while one Order, the Knights
of Pythias, havo fitted up nnd main
tain at considerable expense tho lar
gest and best dance hall In tho city
capable ot accommodating any ordi
nary ball or entertainment; and may
be had at a reasonable rental; It Is
located In tho contor ot traffic.
The location ot the old flshmarket
could not be worse, for any society
function, dusty and noisy, In tho
lowest part of the city, shut out from
the cool trade winds, and the acous
This place Is woll adapted for the
purpose for which It was erected,
and the Government formerly deriv
ed considerable Income, which now
goes Into the pockets of prlvato par
ties. Let tho flshmarket stand as It Is,
that It may bo used on special occos
slons, like entertaining tho Fleet, as
according to present plans It could
only be used for certain purposes.
The largest gatherings wo havo
nro political meetings which uie
best held out of doors, In this cli
mate; for other entertainments we
already have amplo halls nnd the
aters. So I consider It folly to spend
money on a building that does not
nnd cannot be made to answer nny
other purpose than tho ono for
which It was constructed.
H. T. MOORE.
May 21, 1908.
Temperatures G a. m., 70; 8 n
m 75; 10 n. tn., 77; noon, 79; morn
ing minimum, 70.
Ilnrometer, 8 a. m., 30.01; nbso
lute humidity, 8 a.-m., 5.14C grains
per cubic foot; relative humidity, 8
a. m., CS per cent.; dew point, 8 a.m.,
Wind B a. m., velocity 5, direc
tion NE; 8 a. m., velocity 9, direc
tion NE; 10 a. rn., velocity IS, direc
tion NE; noon, velocity 9, direction
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
8 a. m., ,00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 283 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN. '
Section Ulrotor. U S. IMMkor Bureau
In feme Next Bmlae town.
Hafts tf Hawyple ffbw and Silk,
Wa tare tor vcMuit in ewk of
taw fafltirfaat: eeww;
WHTTB WITH PINT;
'WHITS VfgH BLUB; v
WHTT1 Win LA.TXNDER;
WBin WITH BLACK;
St 1obm wide,
Waialua Officers And
Chinese Liars, Says
Attorney General llcmenwny stat
ed this morning that tho enso against
tho Walnlua policemen, Klnlkama
nnd George Namnu, had been diop
ped by his department nearly , n
month ago, notwithstanding tho fact
that they were Indicted by the Grand
Jury and brought before that body.
This was done, stated tho Attorney
Gcnornl, because of tho fact that
when n full Investigation of tho af
fair was had, It was found Hint tho
Chinese were a much 'to hlamo ns
were the policemen.
"The matter was brought beforo
tho Grand Juiy," said Hemenwny,
"but was dropped when tho facts bo
came known. Until the policemen
nnd the Chlncc had broken the law,
probably, hut there wns bucIi a tan
glo ot evidence that nothing deflnlto
could be gotten out of It. Ono seem
ed as guilty as the other, but both
lied to such an extraordinary degreo
that It would hao been hard to as
certain the true facts. I could not
boo that any great benefit would hnvo
come about if the Chinese woro In
dicted at tho time, for It would havo
made an exceedingly complex propo
Deputy Attorney General Sutton
was sent to Wnlalun to investigate
tho affair, but he was able to consult
tho Chlneso only, and from their
statements, It looked to. him ns If ho
had a very good ca?o against the po
licemen. The matte- was brought
beforo the Grand Jury, on Investiga
tion followed, resulting In tho Indict
ment of tho policemen. Later It wns
shown that tho Chlneso were also nt
varlnnco with the law. Henienwny
stated that both wero such liars In
tho case that thoro was nothing to bo
When nskod If tho policemen in
dicted wero still In tho service Hem
"Vcs, so far ns I know: and Ihev
aro probably good officers too."
It. M. von Holt has been In con
sultation with Acting Governor Mutt
Smith tho most of this morning ic
garillng certain lands owned by a hul
In Wainien. Tho question discussed
has been concerning the boundary
lines nnd fences between Wnlinaa and
the I'upukca homestead lands.
Two questions wero to he decided,
whether thu boundary lines between
flio two places had been correctly as
certained when tho homestead lauds
wero mado up; and whether tho phys
ical condition of tho land was such
that fences Bhoiild be put on thu line
The nature of tho country Is very
rough and mountainous, nnd tho line
runs In somo plnccs over Impassible
ground. It was decided that tho Ter
ritory would not, ns Indeed, It could
not, force tho peoplo to put fences on
In oidcr that C. II. McDrldo would
not feel that Bo had been summarily
dumped from tho secretaryship of tho
Fleet Committee, as ho nilaht from
the first cable sent, tho Acting Gov
crnor sent another cable Immediately
afterward, stating tho facts in tho
case. Mr. Mott-Smlth says that ho
still feels thnt Mctlrldo did o gie-tt
deal of good work on thu Coast, and
In his last cable, ho Informed Mr
llrhlo that his work was nppieclatud.
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.
II. P. Wichman & Co.
is a shirt that is
M. M'lnerny .Ltd., Fort and Merohant Sts.
THAW m 1 1
Tho Majestic Amusement Company ,
will put oil Homo otrn atlracllonn at!
the Orpheuni theater next week.
Moving plcjuros will bo shown de
pleting thu sensational Thaw ciifo nnd
trial. These films havo been obtained
at great oxpcnro nnd aiu expected to,
make an Instant hit with the pleasure--,
Tho Thaw case will bo shown on
Monday, Tuesday and WeilneBilaj I
evenings, and, on thoo nlchta ns un
additional attraction, tho world-famous;
play, "Two Orphans," will bu repro I
duccd. Everybody lias hoard about
this play but tho qiaMlJoii of cost pro-'
vcntB Its being biought to Haw-all. Thu
next be3t thing to hoeing tho "Two
Orphans" acted, howovcr, Is to enjoy
It by moving picture process nnd this
may bo done ot thu Orpheuni next
week at popular prices.
a torn a
BAKING AND FREEZING
SAVcS MAN'S Lire.
Now Yor'.i, May 0. After experi
enced physicians had declared that
oven amputation of n leg might not
snvo the llfo of I'cllceninn Coles Car
penter, anl a ptiest had been sum
moned to udmlulstir the last rites ot
tho church. Dr. Raymond Sullivan, v.
joung Into to l'l ft. Mary's Hospital,
succeeded by thu alternate baking and
freezing process In bavtng Carpenter's
llfo and leg.
While stepping from a car last July
Carpenter fell on :i lusty lull, wound
ing his right lev. Mortification set in,
and last December It was decided inn
potation was necessary. I)r. Sullivan
Bald he believed ho could snvo tho
limb. As nmputntlon In Carpenter's
condition was most precarious, I ho
Interne was allowed to take thu case.
Dr. Sullivan "baited" Carpenter's
leg In n heat fiom 1G0 tn 200 degrees
to Induce u rush of blood to tho limb.
Ho then plunged it Into an ammonia
leu tunk to drlvo tho blood out quickly
nnd carry nwny tho Impurities which
had caused mollification. Thu ti em
inent piovcd effective, nnd eailj In
Apt II Carpenter could u?u his leg with
thu aid of crutches. Last night ho
took a long walk without tho crutchej.
Ills leg will soon bu normal.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record May 20, 1900,
from 10:39 a. m. to 4 p. m.
J. K. Knanaana to Sun Wo Chan
Hutchlnum Siig. I'ltn Co to John K
Mnhelouu ct ol T)
John Haa nnd vvf to Will Probttdgo.M
Stephen K I'nikcr ami vvf to Win
.1 Alnpal and vvf DA
Western and Hawn Invst Co Ltd to
Clmiles W llooth l'ar Rcl
Western nnd Hnwu Invst Co Ltd to
John Slicehan l'ar lie!
Western and Hawn Invst Co Ltd to
Elisabeth K llooth ...., D
C W llouth and vvf to John Slice-
liiHhop & Co to Veo Chnng Rcl
Entered for Record May 21, 1908,
Nnkahuro Ukutaio to Cluis E
James Klrkland and wf to Manuel
S Lnval 1)
Knalalll and wt to J K Hucu D
J 1 Kahahcl to Josoph Hookauo ...I)
J E QainallcUon to Illlo Mercantile
Co Ltd Agrmt
Wm Kinney to J E Oamallelson.Can L
Wm Kinney to J E Qamallclson . ...1.
Kano Keanu nnd wf to Henry Mar
Knninkahukllanl (w) tn Wllllu Har
Kukula to Gcoige 11 Stephenson ...D
Helopololel and wf et nl to Tre of
Est of II V lllsliop KD
Est of R ' lllsliop by Trs tn Helopo
lolel (k) et nl ExD
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