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BVKNmO BUIABTIN. IIONOMJLU, T. It., MONDAY, JUNK 1, 190S.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday Weekly -ssued on Tuesday of each week
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in the Territory of Hawaii,
i L3uinti4 Office,
ttitrrvd at the Pen to tike at Honolulu
Rf-ruiiJ cKim in titer
MONDAY JUNE 1, 1908
. FOR A UNITED FLEET.
Left out of the list of supply sta
tion and granted eight battleships
tit the sixteen, Honolulu may confess
in being dls.ippolntud, though none
tli !. pleased to giect the ropre
t.eiHKthes of the Nny, In large or
mi. nil uumbeis.
Hotmliilu, however, should not
jjlw tin ilio Mxtecii-battlesblp fleet
lthnnt ,v Kti'iikrM- Very little more
: J would :.. hiiiui.il b) tile united
I'li'i-t uHr.nrr.i.llt.K off this port and If
llio-oliy Is to bo refused tho privilege
nr eiitiriHtii!iig Hie men, we hopo the
Oiminii nUr-t ji- hlef of tho Navy
i'allxpK i ho educational value of look
ing upon kImi-mi IlKhttng ships.
Honolulu' .. Itlnh ileslio for the
whole Vint ,i; mil- time or another
d'lrlnff li- Ma1 In Hawaii in waters,
If litiikiil h St:n I M i. t unl (.:! . u t-hxn.
MAJESTY Of LAW.
Tun niiniiiiinli: ' not s;mpa
IblM wlili i lii i, i . i .. i ti against box
Itiii rciiivHts .vml nv'-i :us had any
thing in iuiui'kmi wit i ilie extraordi
nary IdrMd nf writ of our fanatical
Ttn-'n ,1k nn doubt, howover, of
wliatiln' Uiv li tn the ease.
roiMiMiueiitl) the situation, taken
In (.irtii'-itlim with what has gone be
low., furiiWlit" the most nugnlllcent
example nf luiw police authorities re
Hn'Ct ami enfone tile law according
!o wiioki' n Ik goied.
Tlio wholi- business from Iwllel to
Him ' rtz-!lEl't" Is the greatest truv
tsty on jiiitlcc and the unhapplest
i1ouuiiinIi.Ii Hon of the deep-dyed hy
fKKTlrj In high places that Honolulu
Iihk lutI In many a day. And the rec
ord ha- been decornted with Eomo
Government by special privilege Is
dolnsr soma great stunts.
. 'lop unJior In fro.it of mv place and
In the men tome nshoie. I could rel
nut in about live minutes and mako n
band of money. I might at well have,
home tif the money ns tho Honolulu
people. That Is all they want. They
dont cate a d for the ships, or
mi'. i. It Ms Just the money they nro
I Nowwo people on Maul would like
to Bee. ilio llect. I would bo willing to
f.'in what lltt'o I have got In my Btoro
'Hli ie-i mo. ir I. and mine, could
li. uiiii in i.ii bnkr Hie lmnits oi a
f" nf he ili'ti'ii.icis of the kii-iii-it
) mil i in on in lb. li will b the Kre.it-
.st iiplit lii iht hlniiry of llnw.ill iii-l.
in iMitni mil tn our eiillilren nli
, pi lilt mill that In oiiis. the great
'hi ,i.'i mi the waters, and In after
lie we t-itn well nut lltie :i linko
'ml. with prTdo, whtni .i nn ii 'Hub
I "tun ! lilMrcii wp snw Hie ti. v
V I ll'illlll nil kii to IIouoI.iMi III Hi.
i'i left, but I IWI )Oii Mi U.llm,
iliin h In tl It Would l ! i'i. iieoplo
juit tn nw It ins liv. YvV iin nm auk
fm ilu'l- tiiiiln, Vo do nof atik fm
j tbflr ii)i)iM), We onlv usk fur a hlKhr
lof llinir Mlimtmvii i tin-i ii-,i li tuirt
! will 1m' haprv.
i V"t iruly Mm- ,
II i nu 1 unlnii. M. i .'. '".
Sjdd 1wid IboM
Only a Short Time
It wUl b only a little while
before It will cost you more
money to buy a home. Now
one may be had at a bar
gain. Wc have a beautiful
homo for $32rn.00, a house
of 8 rooms with all modern
of-cash available for tho first twelve
months Is relatively unimportant to
Very truly yours,
GARFIELD AND LANDS.
Hvery Cabinet officer of tho United
States Is an Important personage and
n lt.lt from one la alwaja a matter
(it gratification to citizens of any
pari of the country.
The visit this Territory Is to re
echo' fiom Secretary Garfield Is,
however, properly nominated as one
'of tho leading events of our present
rapid history-making, so far as ex
ecutive administration goes.
Tliu Congiesslonal delegation Is
easily the gieatest visitation Hawaii
h.ij ever enjoyed. It hns been tho
..inost productive In every way, and
iliuiiM thoroughly convince tho
pcoplo of thete Islands that while
tUe uxtjoutlve proposes, the lawmalt-ln-'epresentatlve.i
of tho people d!s
Of executive officers, however, Sec
retary Oarfleld Is the most Intlmnte
1 associated with tho strictly domes
tic affairs of the Territory. Although
wo have many things going on hero
tha.t attract attention to us from all
Cabinet men, tho departmental
ji.iront of this and every other Terrl
loi Is the Department of the Inte
rior. '. .lui-t at tho present time, Mr. Oar
t!it7Vb i-omlng U opportune on ac
count of the prominence of the land
riiie'tlon. While tho tendency Is to
think, always of the President In con
nection with policies affecting our
lutiunnl nffnlrs, the man from whom
t lib President gains a very large
Mi;iro of his suggestion and advice Is
llii- Socrntnry of the Interior partic
ularly Mr. Oarfleld.
What the Feciotary will do on his
nUt'i'l. wo rannot say, but we would
nuRiTefct that If the people havo any
tlilii!? to ay on the land problem of
the Tcnltory of Hawaii, Secretary
Ciarflcld la the proper man to address.
(Continiisd from Pae 1)
In io.np.iny with Governor Krear
i tnl V . 0. Smith, wc have taken up
v 'tli Assistant Secretary of the
ncjiuiy Wlnthrop tho matter of
Having the supervising architect vis
It Honolulu In person to plan and de
lr,n the new bulldlnc.
Hi i Inthiop says It will probably
ii. t l'o icislblo for Mr. Taj lor to get
'.w. .. foi to lorg r. trip, but that he
would ondenior to send an assistant
to Honolulu to report on the subject.
It W poAjIblo that competitive do
ilgns may be asked from outside
There beenis reason to hope Hint
wo shall at least be permitted to
criticize nnd offer suggestions on
whntever design Is submitted, nnd
that an Intelligent effort will bo
made to have tho building adapted
both to the climate and Its euilrou
ment. Tho Senate" In passing the Public
llulldlngs bill today Increased tho
cash appropriation for the Honolulu
Federal building from $100,000 to
$200,000. This Is probably more
than can bo expended during tho
first fiscal j car owing to necessary
delays In securing tho design nnd
Placing tho contract. Tho bill au
thorizes a contract for tho entlro
lulldlng, so that tho exact amount
The Hawaiian hand, under the di
rection of Captain Ucrgor, will givo a
nubile band concert this Mnmlnr m-on
Ing at 7:30 at Emma Square:
March -"MaunawHI" (now)
nr. by Uergcr
ONvrturc "Thr Wn'cr Carrier" ..
Wall.'.- "ti.I'Vf! ii Oinvolvoi''
Sblruli'ii -' Msrt.imo Hu'icnly
' . Pu tin!
V'ncal- Hinallen Sengs ..nr. by Uerge.'
Pci'm tlon "Tho Gypsy llarou" . .
Chorus "Tnnnhaitpcr ' Wagno.'
March "Moanalna" (new)
' ar. ,by Merger
"Tho Star Spangled "tanner.','
t"!ycs .loncB denies I ho report that
Hie uiumbcrs of tho Ko-ilauyokn Dcm
ik ratio Club wlthdruw from member
ithlp bccaiiso he mado necdles urrotii
of toino persons whijwpro disturbing
the (inlet of tho nl;;ht. Hu A) that
'V men ho nrroslwl pleaded guilty
and had tholr sentences mirpcndcd
ill'! tll'll 'b club lint lint IikI nnv nf
Col. A. O. Hawoa was ntuang tin -j
rivals tfodny on tho liner blbsrli. i
.vhlch docked nt the Ilaehfell whin.
Mrs, A. D. Wood, nlio ban been nb
font fiom tho Islands for ninny years,
uturned today en tho Siberia.
Among tho arrivals on tho SIbeila
was Miss Julia Atherton.
-.nft-.i..,. ....- r
" 'TIS MONEY," SAYS PEAHI
Editor Evening Ilullotln: I
would like to seo if I could get our
President's ear for a few words.
All the business men In Honolulu
hre fighting, because they are afraid
that the ships and men will go away
with money and will not lcno It :ill
In Honolulu. Now I am living away
out In tho country and havo a storo,
with n fow goods In It, and If our Pres
Jdont would only order tho ulilps to
I UNFURNISHED HOUSES.
'Lumuilo Street $27.50
KHlakaua Avenue $25.00
Nuuanu Valley . . .' $25.00
I Pcnsacola Street $35.00
i 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
i Matlock Avenue $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street $35.00
1 Mililani Street $20.00
2 bedroom house; lot 50x100;
Rood location; 3 minutes' walk
"j from car line.
v PRICE $1800.
Comer Fort and Merclfant Sheets.
Editor Kv on I u it 11 ul lo fin:
Tho Fortification bill as ngiccd upon
In conference carries $fiS,000 addi
tional for siilininrliHi mining njiilp
tnciit for Hawaii, etvliiK us a total of
$1,105,000 In nil.
Through the arrangement of group
ing a number of bllla from tho Com
lulttoo on Territories Into cnio omni
bus bill, we were able yesterday to
get through Ihe House tho two electric
franchise bills for Waltiiku mid Iv
halnn, nnd the Wnhl.iwa Water Co.
Plinrrria l.i mm In uiir.li n ,..--... .,1.1
tip stato over tho dlsnuted currcnev
and nntl-liijtmetlon legislation Hint It
Is Impossible lo say whuther wo can
get theso bills Ihunigh, tho Senato bo
foro ndjoiirnmeiit or nut.
Tlio same conditions, together with
tho efforts for adjournment, mado very
li n cert n I u the fate of my t-hlpplng hills
In both Home and Semite.
At our healing bufuro tho Senate
Committee nn Thursday last, both
Governor ""rear and Mr. McClcilan
spoko In answer to tho arguments of
.Maxwell i:arts, who opposed tho bill
on behalf of the Pacific Mall and
Oceanic S. S companies. Tho com
mittcu then oted to report tho bill
favorably, with an amendment de
signed t(j make morn clear tho Intent
of tho amendment mado by tho House
For a number of days past, wo havo
had promise of recognition for thla bill
In tho House, but tho pressure of con
ferenco repot tn and genornl blllii has
thus far prevented our being reached.
Tho bill tn close up tho Postal Snv
Ing Hank nffiilm has pascotl Congress.
Delegate) to Congress.
A very lnterii il:i'; talk on tho work
of mission l.c'il- was given et Centra'
I'nloti cluirrh last evening by Mr, Kll
bourn, ft unlur !ty man who has bcn
louring tho v.nrll !nr ho.-.lth .mil '11 r
tonnl obior. itlen. Mr. Ivllb.jii n Is
in cnthul'vt ...id nitrr coniii.etla".
' Ib lo take up miction
Ms rttidies Int
Judge Dolo's court:
Juno 2 Moses Kokl caso contin
ued; hearing testimony.
Judge Hoblnson's court:
Juno 2 Harris vs. Clark, motion
to tax costs, 9 a. m.
Estato Margaret V. Carter, mas
ter's report. Set ahead Indefinitely.
Judge. Lindsay's court:
Juno 2 Estuto of S. Hrash, final
accounts; 9 a. m.
Mills vs. Chan lice, trial 9:30.
Mary llorgea vs. Frank Herges;
trial 9 a. m.
Ulcrcc-IIutchlns; argument for
June S Y. Aliln vs. Opcla et nl.;
10 a. ni'
Tho Mexican Government has an
nounced that If tho Yuqiil Indluns sur
render they must do so unconditional
ly, allof tho requests of tho chiefs for
leniency having been refused.
Mrs. IlU3sell Sage, It is said, con
templates a $250,000 gift to Now
Yoik City for tho rehabilitation of
tho City Hell from top to bottom.
For Your Next Bvenini; down.
- Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following colors :
WHITE WITH PINK:
WHITE WWH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER:
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Cheap Olibjn-ohllc runabout; llrst
clas3 running order. Apply Dr. I
W. T. Moinarrut. -101 7-tf (
IN TIII2 ClHClTIT COHUT OF THIS J
Flat Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At '
Clumbers;"!!! Probate. In tho Mai- '
tcr of tho Estato of Joao Snmbr.i, '
alias Joao I.uinlnr, Deceased. Order I
of Notice of Hearing Petition for Ad
ministration. On reading and filing
the petition of Hnlblna da Cambra
of Alcn, Honolulu, alleging that Joao
da Cambra alias Joan Lamtar of Al-
c.i, Honolulu, Oahu, died Intestate
it Alea, Honolulu, Oahu, on the -Ut
day of May, A. D. 190S, leaving piop-
crtyf In the Territory of Hawaii ucc
essary to bo administered upon, nnd
praying that Icttcra of ndmlnlstrH
tlon is.'uc to J. 1). Marques, It Is or
dered that Monday, the Olh day of
July, A. D. 1B08, at 9 o'clock a. m,
bo and heieby Is appointed for hear
ing said petition in tho court room
of this louit nt tho Judiciary build
ing, in Honolulu, O.ihti, at which
time and placo all perrons concerned
may appear and show cautb, It any
they have, why said petition should
not bo granted, and that notice of
tills order shall bo published onro a
week for three biicccsiilvo weeks In
tho Evening I In 1 let t ti newspaper pub
lished In Honolulu, Island and Coun
ty of Oahu.
Dated ut Honolulu, June 1st, 1908.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, .Tit..
Second Judge of tho Circuit Court of
tho First Clicult. ,
Attest: JOHN MAHCALLINO,
1017 Juno 2, 9, "fi, 23.
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 yonr watch to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
V o u PI
n n w t? VTra w
V .VI VA U V - 21
M H IS HA tt i B'-, H
l VA Z-9 M 1 U U M -1
w mk .?n e a fi
b sift i a w glt
NOBODY knows the pleas
ure: cf IrtvcliaR so well tia the one
wIjd is thoroughly equipped vrith nil
the Traveler's comforts.
One of the greatest sources of comfort nnd convenience in traveling is to have every
thing well-packed in strong, handsome, mid gcntccl-looking trunks.
Our TRUN K 3 nre built ts stand the roughest usarje; they arc made right, and
they will last you a life-time. Their interior arrangement is p:rfect. .
We can just suit your needs in Trunks Large Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Ladies' Hat
nnd Wardrobe Trunks. And then we have Suit Cases, Grii)3, Valises, Golf Bags, Stcamor Rags,
Gladstone Bags, EVERYTHING YOU NEED.
M. M6IH'12y, Mel., Fort :md Bgerohnnt. Ste.
156 HOTEL STREET
! mi i Km.mtcums: -;,i ??? -r .... , jmjmsm
I HE HOME of the STEINVAY & 30NS. STARE, end other GOOD
Piano3. There have been i'jur jcuerations of Steinway piano
maken William Steinvny, ihr- first; Theodore and William,
tho second; Charles, who i the President of the Company, and
fve other Steluways, who arc lisadi of the diiTciept departments. Sev
eral yount; Steinwpys are in the business1, beiiij; instructed to take up the
work later. Theodore Steinway was the woild's greatest genius in piano
The Result. Ts That The Steinway I'iaro Has Uo Peer.
WE SELL THEM AND OUR OTHER
PRICE AND EASY TERMS.
riANOS AT AN HONEST
ffllHD HBSHIL MT
(Speclar ltullelln Wireless)
WAIU'KH, Maul, Juno 1. Memo- !
rial Day was appropriately obsorved
hero by Company 1 of tho National
Guard of Hawaii, tho Hospital Corp..,
and tho County pnllie. fipccchcu up-
propil.ito In tho day wcro luailo by
Messrs. Saffrcy, DIui'Bar, and Cock
elt. Tho spcakeru for tho Hawaiian
KnlghtH of I'ythlnu did nut turn milt
hut the giavca woro decorated.
lliisiii JiiliiiMiu Mnrliinl. dangliior
of Mayor -Tom L. .Inhtison of Clove
laud, haa brought suit for iIvihto
against her hutdiaud, Fredcrlcn M.ul
aua, Hail-in steel oNport. '
About 00 dqloitilDH, altendod Ihn
convention of the Inieriiailonn! Urnili
eihood of Ljcomotlvo Eti",!njis,
Which opened 111 C'lluinblii, O,
"To fipaasae yowp
1 CTll W&
We Frame in the Host Suitable Manner
Piiotogi'aplis, Biplomas, Sketckes,
AND SEE rOR -YOURSELF.
Hawaii Photo & .'Art Company, Ltd.
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, riliivg Cabi
nets and Units,"0mee Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey School
Churoh Fum. Co.'s International,
TTenton, 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.
134 Beretania near Fort St.