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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
I Editorial Rooms,
HONOLULU AND ITS
Tho undenlahlo fact th.it Honululu
. 1 .1 ..Mil.. II. n Vulr.-ilin
Is set forth In a letter to the Abusive
by Its nronrietor, 1-. A.
From tho many reports the II u 1 -' planatlon of Why tho peoplo don't
lot In has received of tho Volcano appreciate the Volcano; Why tho Veo
. ,..,., plo do not go 'Tlcet-mad"; Why thoy
horn other sources, there is no doubt ( . (
that Jlr. Thurston Is co;rcct. How Th(1 r,lct rcmalns thnt tIl0 cIty ,)f
far the public has been educated Into (fonolulu Is due to wake up.
n min.aifciivclatlon of tho Volcano by The greatest opportunities of a life
ponderous editorials on "Is tho ol
cano a Tourist Asset?" published in
ilr. Thurston-a paper, we will not at
tempt to (.ay.
llut the Volclno Is not the only
thing the people of Honolulu do not
The City of Honolulu Is on tho
uise of the greatest era of prosper
ity in its history. "ut tll l,co"le re"
(um to enthuse, and some arc even
doubtful that It f.an be true.
l'eiirl Umbo, Is about to becomo
the greatest naval station of the
V.oM uut ,llt' People of Honolulu
;ro thus far accepting it with a great
calm, a passing Item of tho natural
ijiilte of events.
' Honolulu and Hawaiian securities
rre the beat field for investment to
be found anywhere. Uesplto tho
' booni ' of a foitnei da, the Ineonie
tV'iuinc level of lliiivullb liulustilal
tllrpil',s on i .1 long pmlod of
iVm-. js second to none. llut Mono-,
Win m-op11' i'1'' holding onto tliem
tIwh li;.ii I'" fiv the) iu,i Indulgo
Ui il.- cm Hum nl ! . iliu,' and,
on ('-limine ill'' iMiiil uf lliu Ha-
n.iliiiu pro..Mln when the mainland i
, lb iinrd-up." I
Honolulu ii-iil estate Is the best1
buy that can le found sn any city of ,
t.HV.!.5ta.S.a L16,?" tef;
A'llri "' '1" ' IIIUI1 U.V MWIU... ...v..
iropert', oni i on the market, and
other biiiK-lieiided nieu aro auletly
pliklng up good buys." Hut too
miirli iiiimmiil of tho bticet-corner la
still "f the numl't'r of vacant lots and
' to rein ' kIkuh
Honolulu Is within a very short
lime to leulvo a visit from the great-
Hi tin rid I'leet the Fleet of our own 1 havo V. 1". Crockett appointed DIs
Nutlon that ever toured this ocean l-trlct Magistrate of Walluku. Crock-
or any other. Cities of tho mainland
havo shown the greatest enthu
slasm ocr the approach of this Fleet
and the prospect of entertaining its
officers and men. The greatest na
tions of the earth havo competed to
bo of the favored ones to recolvo this
Fleet In at least ono port. The eyes
of the world havo been, arc, and will
continue to bo centered on this pence
Fleet until It returns to Hampton
Roads after having circled tho globe.
The attention of tho world will ho
contercd on Honolulu and Pearl Har
bor. Hut tho people nf Honolulu are
looking forward to tho coming of thhj
greatest armada of modern times
with a complacent serenity thnt has
caused tho Executive Commlttco In
c.harso of the Fleet entertainment to
request tho Press Committee to plcaso
arouse the people. The paclllc spirit
of the town palls on tho men nt tho
head of the affair.
Honolulu, finally, has received
moro attention from tho United
States Congress, hns been successful
In more of Its appropriations, tho
Territory has secured moro favorable
consideration for Us needs, than lias
ever been known in its history. Vet
bomo of our kind-hearted and ubu-
Blvo peoplo havo found time to forget
the Blory of It, and devoto their hours
to haggling ovor whether tho credit
of all this belongs to the Delegnto
from tho Torrltory of Hawaii, and
whether he should not bo dofeated
because ho has secured tho passage
of a law enabling the people to renc
their lands, get a good Income from
them, and at tho samo time keep
these lands freo to use for homestead
, We shnlj.not attempt to say wheth
er Honolulu is In that comfortable
but. sleepy stngo of tho man taking u
last nap previous to thoroughly wait
ing up and getting 'Into the day's
Thore aro many things to suggest
that tho people, having had n long
m', i ,
I . '( -. .
.. w.r, 1 Hfftr-rWuMHtaJ-fcii t.atH'filtf pii.-'
I'AYABLE III ADVANCE.
I at the PmtofTicc at Honolulu
a m-mhkI cIam miller
MAY 27, 1008
iull nf It. am luMtip a few
IlIlMtllH liefOrC tllOV Stlll't
"wtinnti It mi" niut fnllv iitulnrRtnnd
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iholr mmnrtiinltlp nm! Ininrnvn
Let eiich man make Ills own ex-
time .iro laid on Its door-step, wait
ing to bo picked up with the enthu
Masin characteristic of tho live, pro
gressive, appreciative spirit that Ho
nolulu has shown It possesses to a
marked degree but dormant for the
That newspaper advertising Is tho
modern method and has superseded
the old-style flaming poster, fenco
streamer, etc.. Is conceded by the sec
retaries of the Hagcrstown, Middle
town ind New Castle Kalr associa
tions, says a Ulchmond (Ind.) dis
patch, and they will mnku a radical
departure. In their advortUIng this
See.pt.uy T. S. Walker of tho Ha
fit iNiiiivn association, I-'. A. Wlsehnrt
if die .MIddletown association and
I. Rtul: of tho New Castlo asso-
i.itlnn hold a ronferenco and decided
mi i lit- i.bnUtliin of the old-time form
Instead of spemlfiig nlnrgo Bum In
pliimcH. l.nco bills and fenco
htreanieii), the newspapers will bo
til linr-il -ill nil nntllnlll frtm 4 li a ilxH-
1IlR of , threo fa, whch fol.
"- e "ther In August.
ixnm'ncut Mnulan stated today
Judge McKav of Wnlliiku. In
n lln la flllimlntn.l H'nv ADtnBo..n ..
Maul, will use his best endeavor to
ett Is nt present tho Deputy County
1 attorney 01 auiui, nc la said to no
unpopular with tho natives on ac
count of hl3 having taken part In
the recent Kcpolknl affair. Crockett
Is under Cnso and thoy both tried to
defeat Kcpolkal's reappointment.
jLunalilo Street $27.50
Kalakaua Avenue $25.00
Nuuanu Valley . -. $25,00
! PeWcola 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 $30,00
Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street $35.00
Mililani Street $20,00
2 bedroom house; lot 50x100;
I good location ;3 minutes' walk
from car line.
Comer Fo:t and Merchant Streets.
rain hi m
rfi't -- '"lJ-jMBMMttfcjMiit iiiiiiiliiik flti 1 fi iilii m 11 1
Will the iciacy for tlic purchase
of the t-Vdcnil utilldlng site tirrlo In
n.ln or ilr.fU7
TliU Is n quctthm tlint Is Intciest
Ins the II mi nc I u I men of tlio town
Just nt picfent. If the coin Is sent
out. It will lie ti ely louslilcrnto act
on the nan of' tho I'cdcwl ofllccra
hecnuso It will tervc to olfsct tho
sliortaRo of eolu ngnliiBt which Hono
lulu has alwns to eunril In conse
ciucnce of the necessity for remitting
tho surplus deposits of Import mon-i
eys to tho mainland. Uncle Sam
tnl.es tho coin away anil local banks
have to pay In hae It brought -back
If the pajiucnt Is made by draft, It
will be up to the financiers of Hono
lulu to And tho coin.
One bundled and four thousand
dollars Is a very tidy sum to be turn
ed Into tho coffpi'H of those Interested
In tho sale of the Mi.!iuln site, and
It will be hero next vceU or posblbly
by tliu Alauied.i
THWING WOULD STOP BOXING
(Continued frqm Pace 1)
loads to hrutnllt) and gambling.
An early reply Is requested.
Yours cry truly,
(Signed) Thcoiloro Hlchnrds, A. M.
Merrill. K. W. Thwlng, A. V. Cooke,
I.ylo A. Dickey, V. A. I'on. Josh, nnth,
CI. P. Castle, O. il. Oullck, C. II. Hick
ey, Moses K. Nakulna, 13. Herrlck
Ilrouu, l'aul Super, K. II. Hand, 1).
W Crane, 1'. S. Scudder, I). ScuiMer.
Thwlng Is responsible for tho
above, which has been presented to
Imited States District Attorney llrec
kons. What It signifies Is apparent,
should the letter of tho request be
I'lominent men of the city line
expressed themselves In no mild
terms regarding the petition. United
States Attorney Hrcckons has not had
time as yet to study the situation
very closely, but he made a positive
statement this morning,
"I will give a very liberal con
struction to tho word 'fight,'," was
the only thing that Urcckons would
say. The fact of tho matter Is that
unless unusual pressure Is brought
to bear on him, Mr. Drcckons will
probably let tho sport go on.
Theodore Hlchards, was called up
and asked whether ho had any objec
tion the petition being printed In tho
paper. He stated very cmpliatlcal'y
that he could sec no reason why tho
matter should not bo brought fully
beforo tho public, and he also could
not see any reason why any other
nf the signers should object.
' I Intended to wtlte a communica
tion to the paper," said Richards, "re
ii.irdlng the promoters of tho light. 1
i'td a talk with Ah Sam, thu Chinese
boer, the other day and asked him
If he was aware of tho fact that ho
could bo given nt least ono year for
li caking the law by fighting. Ho
told mo that ho did not know thnt.
I say that tho piomntcrs should havu
told tho boy about this."
SAID SAM TAUGHT
(Continued from Parre 1)
as one of tho lessons for tho National
Guard of Hawaii to study, rtfid that
the promoter of this proposition is
Colonel Sam Johnson.
"Vote for a straight Republican
ticket," said Col. Johnson, according
to this story, "and do not glvo your
votes to tho Democrats, Homo Killers
ortho Labor party men nt tho com
Theso Instructions nro enlil to havo
been given by Johnson to his men,
whom he drilled separately by com
panies, ho having not very long ngo
ordered each company to turn out In
order to ncqualut Itsolt with tho
aforc-montloned lnstiuctlnns. Each
company turned out by Itself, separ
ata from tho other companies. After
tho men had finished their drilling
Johnson Is said to havo told them to
voto the straight Republican ticket.
Ills last remark Is alleged to havo
been, "If )ou don't voto for tho Ho
publlcan ticket, wo will bo In plll
kla." Tho story was told by somo of
tho Midler boys of tho National
Guard of Hawaii. They aro appar
Tho genial Sam was considerably
amused when he was told of this rc-
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Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
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DAUOHItfl OF UK3. SAMUELLE VICNUU.
Mns. hamut.i.m: vionhau, Am
herst, Isle do l.a Magdallne, Can
x"l write to tell you that I am per
fectly well. 1 look only thrcu bottles
of your Psruna nccordlng to your ad
vlco and the direction In your book,
and it restored my health.
"It also cured my daughter, who Is 17
years old, .She took one botllo accord
ing to direction', 1 nxsiirc. 3 011 thnt 110
doctor is equal to voiir book niut your
advice. 1 hivoreenminendedyoujrcm
cdy to a number of permns,"
A Woman's Remedy.
Mrs. A. K. Stoutfer, Caploma, Kansas,
U.S.A., writes; ,
"I'cruna has gt en me health and
sfrefliA;lt I the liestmcdlcluu that was
ever m.ido for women. My friends t.ay
they never saw such a change In a
woman. I cannoi t.iy too 11m !h for
itiu following wholesalo druEBist''
will supply tho retail tralo:
Ilenson, Smith & Co.,
port. "Do j cm take 1110 for a kinder
garten politician" ho queried. "N'o;
you tan lid 'sine that story Is not
true. 1 am not such a fool us nil
that." ''' '
SUPPLIES AT COST
(Continued from Page 1)
to soil tickets to the town-people who
might want to go ou tho I'eail Har
bor trip. Tho Income fmm these
tickets would go toward satlsfjlng
tho cost price.
"Manager Kennedy also tells me
that If It Is decided to havo tho hoo
kup ti, all tho freight frtmi tho other
Islands wilt bo cnrrlcd b his com
pany frco of charge.
"Captain Recs has very well said
that It Is not tho money spent on
them that will count wllu tho city's
guests, but tho spirit, of cordlnllty
shown. Thnt Is undoubtedly true,
mid In thnt connect Inn I ;mvo learn
ed that ono of our cltlrcns has plan
ned to throw his country home open
to tho men In uniform, give them tho
freedom nf tho placo unit provide tof
!i nml sandwiches,
"I think If tho merchant gets a
new dollar for tho old one when fur
nishing supplies to the Fleet commit
tees, he should bo satisfied. I 111:1
siiro the most of them aio and, bet
ter than thnt, will glvo liberally."
Hev. Cornelius Kennedy H ap
pointed pastor of ST1. Mary's Cathe
dral to succeed Hov.Phlllp O'llymi.
Four Ceylon mid, Sumatra cobras
fought hi desporately In a Ilninx oo
cago that an oporatlou was necessary
on tho Jaw ot ono of them.
IF YOUR WAT0II
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.
li. F. Wichman & Co.
One of the greatest
thing well-packed in strong, handsome, and rjenteeMoolcing trunks.
Our TRUNKS arc built to stand the roughest usage; they arc made right, and
they will Inst you a life-time. Their interior arrangement i. perfect.
We can jnst suit your needs in Trunks Largo Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Ladies' Hat
and Wardrobe Trunks, And then wo have Suit Coses, Griys, Valises, Golf Eag3, Stcrxicr Rugs,
Gladstone Bags, EVERYTHING YOU NEED.
M. M'Inersay, Ltd., ffort and Merchant . Sts.
ALL FOR TAFT
COl.tJMIltJS, Ohio, Mny in. Ar-
thur I. Vorys, manager of tho Tuft
canvass, gao out tho following
statement .tonight: j
"Tho last conventions for tho so-,
lection of delegates (o tho National
Convention were held today. With
the close of tho campaign for dele-!
gates to tho Kepubllcali National
Convention tho nomination of Secro-)
tary T.ift on the llrst ballot Is 11
foregone roncluslon. Of tho 980 del
egates who will sit In the convention,
fifia have been cliocn under positive
Instructions to vote for Ohio's can
didate, or under resolutions uf In
dorsement of picferenco that wero
tho equivalent of Instructions, Two
hundred mul twenty-five do!cgntc3
havo been instructed for other can
didates. Ono hundred nml ninety
two arc uulnstrueted. Of theso lfC!
moro than too are known BiipporterH
of Tnft. This nssurcH Secretary Taft
at this time 11 total dclegato strength
In the convention of only a few votts
less than 700.
"Tho seats of 1S1! delegates nro
contested, but In only 120 of there
contesta nro Taft delegates affect
ed." Tclc linn Ireil S.in Francisco or
phans enjoy fieo.enr rides und Fleet
Day ut the pari, stadium.
In qurtloulng "lilg .flm" finllng
hcr, I'ro.-ouitor lleney Implied that
llerrln Inspired attempt ot Abo Itucf
to hcIzc District Attorney's office.
Navy wins llnal g.uno In baseball
championship series from Aimy at
Triple Illinois won by armored
crulsera in Paclllc licet senior offl
cer, target tiophy and swiftest ves
sel. 4MMMTlri )
mk 1mi W
Only a Short Time
tt will bo only a llltlo wlillo
befoia It will cost you moro
money to buy a homo. Now
ono may bo had at a bar
gain. Wo hare a beautirul
homo for- SSuno.OO, a house
ot looms with all modern
mk Imd LoM
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De3ks and Scats, latest improved dc
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Thos. Gr. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
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vho is thoroughly equipped with all
the Traveler s comforts.
trnvclini: h to have every
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li C Dapper
looking men wear clothes that
have been made to their meas
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way they can be assured of
perfect'fitting and stylish gar
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Drcssed, especially when it
don't cost any mere. Vc make
clothes to your measure at
A SWELL LINE of Spring
Suit Lcnr;th3 just arrived.
BUSINESS SUITS $20. up.
TUXEDO SUITS $30. up.
First-Class Furniture Store
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1 I .
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