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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, MAY 2S, 1U0S.
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Trips to any Summer Resort or Hotel in Hawaii
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Vacation Trip Letters ::
Honolulu, May 18, 1908.
iltoii Trip Department, Even
I n e li ii 1 1 o 1 1 n
I Mir Sir- I have already secureu
..r,.,u,.- f, ..niixrrintiona to your
uonulnr uu&er and would like to
know It 1 could take my trip at any
time I waited after I turned in my
subscriptions. I feel confident I will
be able to secure the rest of my sub
scriptions very easily.
1 remain yours,
Don. Madam: You Bu'rely can.
You can go any time and come back
un time, after you get the subsenp
) ttons. Don't wait about the sub
scriptions though; turn them in the
day )ou get them.
Hllo, May, 14, 19Q8.
Vacation Trip Dept., Bulletin Pub.
Dear Sir: I have taken a deep lp
terest In your free vacation offer,
and wishing to take a trip to Hono
lulu at the time of the Fleet's arrlv-
al I would like to know how many
yearly subscriptions I would need? IiVldcs for the host of accommodations
. know quite a few former Honolulu all the way and money for your ox
, people living here and feel confident penses when you arrive. Tho ticket
I could easily obtain subscriptions win do gooo ror four months, wish
enough. Thanking you In advance, 'iK you all the success In the world.
I remain, Tn subscription blanks and all ncc-
Dear Madam: It will require 22iou. VACATION MANAQEH.
jea'rly subscriptions to win a trip tO
Honolulu. This gives you round trip
transportation and 125 for expenses.
Don't believe you will have anytrou
lje getting the subscriptions, as ev
ery one Is Interested In the Fleet.
Will send you the subscription blanks
and full Information; also some sam
ple copies. Let us know how you are
May 15, 1908.
To the llulletln Publishing Co., Ltd., 1 quired for auch a trip? Do I under
; Honolulu, T, H. 'stand that an allowance of S25 cash
Dear Sirs: Kindly send Inforroa- will be given mo for cxponscs?
tlon forms and subscription blanks. . Trusting that you will forward me
Very respectfully yours,
P.S. I have friends In Honolulu
j.vho are willing to help me, Will
. you kindly lot me know what the."
, nro fn drf?
Wear Mica: Enclosed please find
ibooklet, receipt book and subscrlp-
by securing Certain Numbers
VOTT D0 5 T P T0 A H0TEL SELECTED BY THE BUI
A VU L E 31 N, but have yoar own choice of ANY hotel younay
wish. None are excepted. You make your own arrangements for board
with the hotel that you select' and pay your own bill with cash furnished
by the B U 1 1 E T I N . The B II L L E T I N does not know where you
go, or when you go, and your name will never appear in the B U L L E
TIN in connection with this offer.
Bulletin has issued a Vacation Trip Booklet containing full particulars. Call for it ; Write for
Phone for it. Or better still, call or write for a book of Subscription Blanks, with full instructions
Hon forniB. Your friends In Hono
lulu can pay their subscriptions In
Advance (or any length or time they
Wishing, you nil success, we re-
Vacatlon Manager, EvonlngBul
Dear Sir: I havo been very- Blow
about making up my mind to "go in"
for a vacation trip, but I have been
reading the letters in the paper from
! some of the successful ones and I
know that I can "make good."
Kindly let me know the number of
yearly subscriptions required for a
first-class round trip to San Fran
cisco? How long will tho ticket he
Kindly Rend booklet and all tho
HOPING TO MAKE THE TItlP.
Dear Blr: It will requlro"80 year
ly subscriptions or any combination
totalling that number to win your
trip to San Francisco. Tho trip pro.
jossary Information has been sent to
Honolulu, May 21, 1908,
Vacation Mnnager, EvcnngDul
Dear Sir: I havo read with inter
est tho various letters from persons
anxious to earn a 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n vaca
tion trip, and It has beeu so appar
ently easy for so many I havo con
eluded to try for ono for mysalf.
I am desirous of taking a trip to
Victoria, D. C. Would you kindly
let me know in the next issue the
'number of yearly subscriptions re-
tho required blanks and that I m.ty
be one of the many successful, I re
Itair Madam: Tho trip to Vlcto
ri:i, H. C, will require 75 yearly sub
scriptions. Yes, we, give you $25 for
spending money. . All other expensed
"I . I i in r ' ' Tu ,ih. I. i
can visit any
Trips through any Country in the Civilized World
May 20th, 1908.
llulletln Pub. Co.,
Dear Sir: Enclosed please
rind P. O. order for Thlrty
Boven Dollars (137.00), for
which kindly send papers to
the subscribers whose names
are herewith enclosed, and
also send me receipt for this
amount, and oblige,
Yours very truly,
P.S. Plcaso send me three
(3) of each of subscription
blanks and order forms.
are provided for otherwise. You ccr
tnlnly ought to win this trip nt tho
price, as it Is a gift at 75 subscrip
May Hth, 1908
Vacation Trip Manager llulletln Pub.
Dear Sir: I urn in rccolpt of the
blank forms, and uoulil say Hint they
uro not enough, iih I have gotten nluo
(9) Dally Subscribers', so will havo
to maku up tho rest In Weeklies, for
I want to go to Honolulu when the
Fleet comes, as I havo not beon
thero for bcvcii years.
Kindly send mo four tablets each
of receipts and order forms nml
Yours very truly.
Dear Madam: Enclosed plcaso
find tho blr.nk forms and other sup
plies you uslc fur. You nro doing
Bplcndldly and wo congratulato you
on your success, flood luck to you.
Puuanahulu, May 15, 1908.
To tho Vacation Trip Manager.
Deur Sir: 1 havo been told that
)ou aro offering free vacation trips
In return for subscribers to tho
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n . I want to go to tho
Volcano and spend a few days.
Plcaso send mo tho needed Informa
tion as toon as posslblo ns I wish to
begin soliciting right away.
Dear Madam: We will furnish
ou with n round-trip ticket to Hllo
and glvo you $25 lit gold In return
for 18 Yearly subscriptions to tuo
Dally K v o n i n g ' II u Ho 1 1 n .
Sincerely yours, .
spot on earth
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of Paid-In: Advance Subscriptions to the Bulletin
PROM THE NEWSMAN'S NOTES
Who started till this graft talk,
nnywny? Who began this lnallcloiin
persecution of honest worKlngmoii?
It wimn't tho jmllco force. Tho pollen
forco Is loo busy nrrcstlng criminals,
stamping out crime, mid uplifting
tho submerged eleventh to wasto
tlmo with mere woids. Deeds nro
more eloquent. Indeed they are. Hut
this "graft" talk becnui tn 'work
around In tho same circle, day utter
day. The Attorney (icncral'K Depart
ment Is duo for n bcorchlng today;
yesterday tho County Attorney's of-
i llco got It, and goodness only knows
who will como In for a roast tomor
"Whero tlimo is smoke," etc., and
thero surely has beon smuko.
Tho only way to tamo an automo
bile scorcher Is by a stiff lino tho
Stlffer the tamer. I Avoilld llko to sco
fiomo good stiff ones handed out. too. mont forget tho troubles which nrlso
to tho Hed-Dovll fiends who whoop It from doping out tho pluyors', to do
up along tho Wnlklkl road nt u paco otun lolunin moio or less to scut
so faBt that all ono can seo Is n hud-' nK capacity, and tho present lack
died form nnd a cloud of dust. Thu or It. Tho thousands would shout
other dny n woman with her llttlo applause, and doubtless glvo assent,
babo In her nrms got olt tho car In Thu question Is: would tho Super
front of tho Mounu, and narrowly J visors glvo a cunt?
nvcrted being run down by n speed -
maniac. Numerous rases similar
havo been noticed, and tho fact that
no serious accidents havo occurred la
not becauso of tho cnicful driving
of automoblllstu. An ordinance
should bo mttdo limiting tho speed of
nuto3 running past tho Moanu and
Seaside entrances. It It Is not oh-,
scrvKI, well, a few stiff fines would
do tho work,
A great many yarns havo been go
ing" tho rounds about whero llert
ll.l,.t.unn fr.tla nil lilu imiiiiuii ...11.
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which to roll high In tho Urcleu of
light and leading on tho mainland.'
You ran get a story on it fioni most
nnyono you meet, but a filond of,
mlno told mo u trim story tho other
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it.ttii in inu u ..". . .iiiiij nvvnn
ago a man who knows licit and
knows a Honolulu man' who kuowb
Uart told this trim story.
Ho was surprised ono day to meet
Uert on tho streot In Now York, and
Port asked It ho would go to tho
bank and Identify htm ns hi) had a
draft toxash. To tho hunk tho friend
went and cortllled that Ilort was In -
deed n. C. A. Potoraon of Honolulu.
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Thou the bIzg of tlio draft caiiRht his
nvn I In tliritffrlif nnuolhlv Itnrt itill.
v. w WM" i"- '" --vifc itiitfiibi
you may desire
TprjTD INSTANCE, TEN YEABLY SUBSCRIPTIONS entitle ycu to
VXV round trip ticket and seven days' board at Halciwa. Twenty-five
Yearly subscriptions entitle you to round trip ticket and seven
days' board at the Volcano House. Nineteen Yearly subscriptions enti
tle you to round trip ticket and seven days' board at Kahului. In get
ting BULLETIN subscriptions you don't have to net all yearly ones.
One month's, two months', six months' subscriptions all count.
havo from five to six bundled dollars
or such n matter. Tho drafts wore
displayed and totalled tlio tidy miin
of $3i!,niiJ. Tliu man was nut. dio.iui
lug. it van good dralts for real tuoii
uy, mid licit iliow ns much of It as
Later this friend went to thu Club
with licrt and thero hu was Intioduc
od to home of tho largest men in
town, and llcrt appeared to bo on
i very filenilly terms with tho whulu
Alt this demonstrates that llcrt'u
entertainment fund, when tomlsta
nro In Honolulu, must be a first elnsa
tnu'stment. And you can't logo licit.
What Is tho matter with Aula
Park? No; It is not nil right; It has
no lileechcis, and many hundreds of
funs havo occasion to uotlco It every
week. W. Tin Chlng, press ngont
for tlin ItlvmstileiH. inlulit fur n mo
I Mr: Itllcy, who docs tho docking
work for Hatkfclil & Co. has nil tho
best or It when It comes to getting
tho gang-planks up for big Mourners.
In miMt other cases, when tho plat
loi m In not used, tho wnyfaror on
tho plank Is tho ono who gets nil tho
wolt l)f t N()ttll01.n ,K hll) ,1)t ,,,.
or than on the tlovernmout wharf.
Newspapermen, or at least n num
ber of thorn hero In Honolulu, nro
anxiously waiting to hear who will
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'"' "''tcd to represent tho lircss on
tl10 trl' "r tl10 y"c,lt Hawaii to tho
Coast, nnd back.
Mellildu has been "dumped" from
"' l"mltl'' "f weiolary of tho Ev
fill 1 1 Vn f'ntntntt (nn if tlin It'lont (!f)Ill-
mltteo, (Iruclous! they don't oxport
to accomplish anything now, do
they, lu tho way of entertainment?
Alexander Ilumo Ford Is a "boosi
or" In Iho truo fcnso of thu word. He
ban worked hard for Hawaii and her
. InteroBts, nnd ho shquld hu given due
I credit for It. llut, methlnfcs, ho lu
, viiini mi ! jmi ti iititiaui iv ui
rather overreaching tho limits whrngdiietln ulves a comDlctrt summarv of
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jju luiiva uuuuv ui ) liVPtuti uiiiiLiui
, -'.ii?Mlill tfn ( i si .. . ,1. ...ih. ...
1 1909." Tho Alaika Yukoul'aelfle Ex- K
I portion, wMfli u Pi tin hull li tfotilu
'In 1309 and v.l.M, -Ml ho i;!t ft.vat- j
ebt ImoKt tho p.iclile Loan ovir hr.it, jj
will proM) ilm imgit t for tu.i.i.ti. Til.'!
lalhleles or the world wPl e mgivRat-!
fit 11m f)tiii ii Pllii ..,! II ..tl.. "
. . .in. (invn .(, nun nir dihiiuii'
jijo of (Ik ipilvribt- will bo (uninl j
1 (hero. If Ilonuliilii a((tmi(LMl tu hoM
time. It wuihl !.. n flw.... Tho l.etlor Jrl1:lnK :c " nnrcllable.
Idea, It loeiiui to niu, v.iild lu to gdth-l Cotaipetltlon Is too keen and llfo h
or together mi aggrig t. u of tho host too strenuous for an employer to Keep
athletes to Im found In tN' South Sens men on his payroll whoso nerves aro
mid witil thctn in rfcattlo. What bet- unsteady and whoso br.-.iin aro Hot
liy mhoi'drouum c mid Hawaii i.'ant? jcleir.
En Silo would trculo u fuioio aj a Evory lino of business Is beginning
shoit dlKttmco runner. notwitliataiiMto close its doors to ilrinlJnr r.inn.
ling tho fact that p h dou'nful It hlsj
work would eqiiil that of tlb Eastern
cracks. Swimming and diving cham
pions, polo pl.t) cm. tennis cracks,
b.iFi'ball fiends, all of illlTeient in
tlonslltlos, would wako up tho woild
to a realization of u'hil tho IslaniieiT,
cm do. Lot Aloviuder Hiinio dootc
his energies towards something more
What n lucky paper tho .Morning
Slush Ih! Oho m called lllbeininii
comes out boldly and rays that ho re
bents tho statements In tho afternoon
press regarding tho .'TIscr boycott. A
bravo man Indeed, Is thin loau Iilsli
liinn who would protect tho weak,
well worthy Is he tho namo of li Mi
mam Tho Cloo-doo needs biich defend
ers. "Tho fact Is," remarks Tho Friend,
"that In tho Adveitlncr Honolulu has
n pnpor whoso aim It Is to tell tho
Speculation as to which is thu
woreo shot, tlio Advertlsor or tho
Friend, Is natural under thu circum
stances. Hllo Tribune.
VEHDICT FOR BIEHCE
IN SUM OF $28,156.
It tool; the Jury In (lie lllorcc-Hulcli-las
casu lluoo hu'urs mid n halt to
agree lit th dr voidlct la r.nor of tho
plaintiff. Thoy allowed Illeico ?2S,iri(!,
tho full amount asked for.
This caso has been occup)ing tho
tlmo ot Judge Do Holt's court for tho
past two weeks. Thu ilefenju gao
uollro of a motion ror a nuw trial. Thu
bult was on ii ioplolu bond given la
1903 to lequni thu lutiirn of u tallrn.id
fiiiiilslied and cqitlppcil by tlio plain
tilt In Koua In tli e first suit Judge
Do Holt decided the replevin suit In
luvor ol Illeico. Tho Bunrcmo Court
' "' lK Tcrrltiiry roversed tho derision
IM llln .t.nHiw II... n...r....l.. i A ...
wan amended and tho Supionie
Cour of tho United States rilled with
the (leelslon of Judgo Do Ilott.
Tie jpdgmont is against Albert and I charge .of having sent thiough tho
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hoi so estato.
na wbbk v Ffinntn .t tn rttn nn
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INOt VV S3ntGfl
Tim ubop ulgn Is now fccii tu ninny
Miopa ami oiHro In Hmj uty, liprauto
Druukenness is n dltcaco and llko
most dlscascn, lias Its remedy. Or
liuo is tho reliable treatment pud ii
fold under n pusitlvo guarantee to ef
fect a euro or your miiiioy will bo re.
funded. Orrlno 3 in two forms! No.
I, which can bo used without tho im
tlcnt'j knowledge In tea, coffin of
food; and No. 2 for thoso who wish tu
Tho guarantee applies to both I'orinp.
.Mailed In plain t.cilcil pacUugo on ic
tcljit of $1 00. Wrlto for fieo booklet,
mailed lu plain bcnlcd cuvclopi'. 'J lie,
Orrlno Co., Washington, D. C, or Ho
nolulu Drug Co., Ltd.
(Special to tho 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n)
WAILUKlf, Maul, May 22. I'll
pll, n Hawaiian, nnd alco na wcll
knowii opium lleml, vas taken to tho
Walluku J.ill last Tucsduy night lor
sare-kecplng by his rrleiiils, ,ln
thought his iiilml not quito right.
When ho i cached Jail ho 'Wna locked
lu ono or thu cells, ami whllo there
kept ou yelling anil cubing strungo
things. Acnlbtlint Jniloi- Maxwell
thnuglit nothing unusual, as ho was
accustomed to such c.iflm, mi hu did
not consider It necessaiy to call lu ,i
Idiyblclau. About half nn hour la
ter Jailor Welch heard lhl btiango
jelling and Im opened the cell lu
wlili h Plipll was plaied. A fuw min
utes aftor Welch got thero Plipll
showed signs or dltllciilt breathing
and Dr. Wcildlck was summoned.
When ho linked tho man was al
leudy dead. No autopsy wan ueccs
bury. Deceased had been u steady
user of opium and it Is supposed that
falluro to lecuro tho drug nffectf-d
his Hystum aud llnally umled In dealh.
llo was bulled at Sandhills Wednes
Federal olllcors at Detner, Col.,
havo in tested the Tlov. Ira D. Wil
liams, n picncher of lllff, C! . on tho
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ui win I'nirpi Mriiiofi
tl(lu was pastoil on tlio pnvelono, but
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Mr. VllUara8 denies putting It there.
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