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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1I WEDNESDAY, JUNK n. 1908
DAILY find WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hoonlulu. .Territory of Hawaii.
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WEDNESDAY JUNE 3, 1908
Can it be that Chief Tnjlor has persons who were making "lnw cn
bcen writing fulsome pulse of the foriement" the wnr-cry of their
Police Department for the headquar-'
Tlie acht Hawaii Is out to win,
ntut should she come out second, tho
winner will be above the average of
tlm-cluM, oue.ui-iai.liiB machines. j
I'rople of Honolulu acting as a
couimunlt) Mioiild make plans for
(Utfrlalnmcnt that will make Secro
tnr OnrfleM fe-l that he U welcome,
Still Hie pilje-flght law Is un
(citoil. am! the tomuilliilt) Is subject
in me legmiHiite nutuuiitj I't""-
ruling oiurtiri v. nit uei mu mih-lh;, .,
fliiht is a fight or n f.wle
There Is no nliJeUlon In four .it
tl(.;hiiM eoullii off LhIihIiih Imi Ho-,
nitlnlii ahmilil mult, n AlIiI ful th
combined Fleet off thl port befoie
ArtMinl Ciiai-n mllu f,u ntli,.r unrtu,
sf iho world
There Is as much vnse In tho prise
0.bt law enfonenxnt .t thoro Is 111 i
the Edinunds nit campaign and tho ,
tnorallstv scheme for jmriring no-
udulu l petitions iluu mil foi '
fbrcerncut of the law
, Coramltsloncr Wheeler has learned
thct tint European -ifiiinslilp iom-
r.niil. if II I . Klnl.lUli ilimtieli lines to !
r).m Franclyvt when the Panama Ca-lzms of llnnnliilu. to take a part In
Jh1;Is opened. This ihould mean a whatever preparations may bo nccc
shiiro lu the Immigration benellts for iui) for ihi lomfn-t and convenience
)litKlilt I"' 'he diitliiguKhod gue3t?
i a j vt h not recognize the fact that
-Ttawn rcforniera, think they aioj tho eltt of Honolulu has a local Idcn
nfit dcltig Hnnululu any harm byitU that Involves some degreo of ro
p.Miitlng il sins In the darkest col-oponslblllty when olllclals of pspccUl
ord. Yet Honolulu citizens traveling j note nro In tho city? Possessing n
en tha uiulnland hate been approach-' legal measuro of Independence, why
cd by reporters seeking further In- j not exercise some personality?
formation on thei highly Immoral if the demonstration of Honolulu's
condition of Honolulu. Kvll report ! sood-vvlll goes no farther than plac
travels with an exaggerated speed Ing a suite of rooms In one of tho
ovoi taken by the decent
The death of Prince David wlinn
the number of his ears was such as representatives breaking down a few
to make life most attractive Is causo 0f tho ancient barriers would bo n
for deepest regret. Tho Prlnco was pleasing Incident,
of a kindly naturo that attracted ( the offlcers of tho local govcrn
many friends and forgavo tho hnrbh rnent are unable to stir themselves
events which would have embittered to tho performance of duties as hosts,
many men. Representing as ho did , there Is always tho Chamber of Com
tho ronl family of tho native cltl- mcrco und combined tiu8lnoMt,bodIcB
zens of Hawaii It is fitting that tho j that should frame somo distinct plan
people tnrougn tne territorial not-
crnment should bestow the honors
of hlii rank and station.
THE PRIZE FIGHT LAW.
The result of the "trial" of United'
States District Attorney Ilreckons fori
attending a prize-fight Is not n sur
No more ridiculous than tho "pros-ii-utlon"
of the Federal officer Is tho
exhibition of tho Civic Federation
getting out from under the active ef
foits of Its fanatical members In
their struggle to Btrlke at tho heart j
of things on law enforcement.
Iho Civic Federation in this in-
jtani-e, as in others, has ovldencod
n. spirit of Civic Fllptiap, or au organ-
ir itlou afraid of Itself
The Federation's outcry for law '
enforcement has become as pure un Fensacola Street $35.00
affair of buneomb as could be asked Matlock Avenue $20.00
b the most cilttcal. Law enforco- Kinau Street $30.00
rncnt is wanted, demanded, and com- Lunalilo Street $20.00
manded when the controlling dcslro Kewalo Street $20.00
Is to "do up" some respectable cltl- Kinrj Street . . . .' $15.00
z-n. linmedlatolt ono of the family Hackfeld Street $20.00
Is Interobtid, thrm high tun! mlghtv Erania Street $50.00
oms blink ut law en'ri anient and Matlock Avenue $30,00
eravvi out from under anv ono f Beretania Street $40,00
tholr number who mn bo fool Victoria Strest $35,00
enough to thiol, he hai m outilt bo- Militant Street $20.00
hind him ihnt Vtlcks loyally to itsi
own declared pilnclplo. Krr 5l
ft Is tin- old storj of hypocrisy, rvll 9ttlC
und the promotion of government by
fiivorltlsm and hpoclnl privilege. tKALIHI DISTRICT:
So far mi the community Is con-1
reined, it docs not now nnd never
has opposed tho alleged "prize
fights" held In this town. Those
who want to go, go. Thoso who
dou't. want to go, read the mainland
papnrs fpr detailed accounts of a
tlrfht that Is n prlzo-llght
Sooner or Inter It -was morally cor-
tain that the fanatics and the vicious
Wl ifVc V ML'l.t.mi.N
Per SI k . liths .. S .Bo
I'er Year. jvtli eluUS t.uo
Pel Year, an... .ere in Canada i.rto
Per ear iiostiiaid, ford en 2,un
tnirrttl Jit the PosioIT.cp at Honolulu
good works' should in.iko monkeys
The time has arrived.
Uhht Is to ho done for Secretary
of the Interior flarflold?
Is the visit of this Cabinet officer
cI(mcIj aMOcIntcl, wIth U0 do.
i., cutis affairs of the Territory to ho
un oincl.il ccicmonlal In whlcji the
i'ople have no part, or merely n prl-
Is tho Secretary to be surrounded
people with axes to grind and who
limn havo tho Secretary's carefully
warded car In order to do their
Or Is thn Secretary to he received
und entertained .is "in honored guest
tint Mr. Garfield
pontes to the TVultnr on business.
It woutd be a mot eoinmendahle I.)
nnvntlon In entntalnmont method If
he wert- treated i the guest of tho
people and the public courtesies of a
-"" "'" i '" "
rhi Senelni of the Interior nnt-
urall' tvlll look to the Oovernor as
the ollliei of iho l'ertitory respon
sible to the department.
Is It nut nn-slble for the Board of
Sunerv iboitr as renresentlnc the rlt-
hotels at the disposal of tho Secre
tary's party and n few words of wel
come exprcsslvo of Honolulu's hosnl-
tallty, tho mere fact of the nonular
ror entertaining Mr. Garfield In tho
name of tho people!
Lot us give "our" Cnblnet officer n
reception that from tho day of his
( arrival shall ring true with Hono
lulu cordiality and he absolutely free
.tunalilo Street $27.50
IKalakaua Avenue $25.00
Nuuanu Valley $25.00
A bedroom house; lot 50x100;
Rood location; 3 minutes' walk
from car line.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
from Honolulu factionalism.
Cities of the malnlaml do not con
sider It heneath ter dignity to pre
sent n particular guest with the "key
of tho cltj." Honolulu should novpr
ilo lota than In sister cities of the
The news of tho death of Prince
David Knuannnnkon vvhleh was Te
eclved lato jcstcnlay nftcrnoon, Is n
greut shork to tho comn.unlty John
P. Colburu, manager o( tho Kaplolanl
IXato, nt which tho decearcd Prince
wns President, has charge of a'l the
tip to 11 ocbek till morning there
was no Important cable f(ilv'd from
San l'rnticlfco and until uteP nrrlveL
nothing tlcllnlt, will 'n i-i tirtnhcn
Mr. Colburu, It Is raid v . lonklnir
nfter tho kahilis this nijinlm: setting
men to cleaning nirl pnllfhlGg them
preparatory to thu arrival or tho re
mains of tho lato Prince.
At Washington Plnco tlilh morning
Her .Majesty Queen I.tlluoknlanl re
ceived Iho smpathizlng nudiencu lu a
reception room, whore sho was sup
ported by ladles who woro conspicu
ous In court circles during tho days
of tho monarchy. When Interviewed
Her Majesty expressed her deepest
Bjmpathf Tor tho lato Pi luce. Her
only word t'poken In Hawaiian was
Iho remains of Hie Into Prince, It
Is understood, wilt lay In state either
In church or at his lato lenldenco on
Pensacolti street. Another suggestion
has licen to lay them In stato at thr
home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I'arkei
on Kmtna btrcct, hut nothing has as
nt been definitely settled
I.. V Mkltixtm who i .Id Ins r
spieth in Memory of tho late Prime
to Her M ijcsty tho Queen yestcrdn
id nionli Hlggcstcd that tho oh
iKrmc loam In the Capitol bulldln,.
hIiouIi! Iio open foi tho reception o
ihe 1'ilncoE remains when they nr
ilvi hero from San Francisco. One
of the Queen's retainers. In speaking
of tho old throne mom, said Hint li
v-uv not a piopoi place In which to lay
In si.uo the remains of tho Prince.
:i'UMHiln3 Ihit tho Capitol building
w.iit too h I'sy a place to bo In keeping
wOli the no ico and solemnity requited
lit ih occ.ir.Ion. I
PrlmvdK Kuwnnnn.ikn i Is reporto I
hi-i-toiihlv a ei ted ! tho news of the
il iih "f her husband Sho Is under
tlie tiro of plivslclsns who nllow no
ouuldcis to communicnto with her.
I'nlll further cable nevvs Is received
from San Kr.mclsco today, nothing
will ho attempted in tho way of ar
Alter Prince and Princess Kulanln
naolo havo reanhed San Kranoiscn In
structlons will ho expected from them,
as to tho transportation and return
hero of tho remains of the lato Prluco
Acting Governor Mott-'Smlth re
ceived a cable from Claudius McUrldo
this morning stating that ho expected
to leave San Francisco on tho fjHi. Ho
also Bald that Governor Fro.ir would
bo at tho Auditorium Hotel lu Chica
go today, arriving In San Francisco on
CAHO In San Francisco, Juno 3rd,
1308, Klsle McLean, beloved wlfo
of Alexander Caro, and daughter
of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. McLean.
Ago -I years 11 months.
THE SCHOONER Hobort Low era.
laden with lumber, arrtvod at ":30
o'clock tills afternoon, 21 dats out
of Port Townsend. Captain Under
wood was much disappointed on
leaching port to learn that lib
daughter, Miss Inez Underwood,
uallcd this morning on tho Alameda
to he married In the States. Ha
missed her by a few hours only, nnd
pabscd tho Alameda nt tca, but loo
fur away to make out uuy- ono
Tlio yacht committed Is still up
against It for funds. It Is nlso In homo
trouble to get u roprcbcntntlvo on Iho
Coast to do the official calling, and
thojhko, for tho yacht at San Pedro
and Los Angeles,
Tho dlvoico of Julia A, Maefarlauo
from Claienco V. Mncfarhinu was
granted by Jujgo LlnJ-.ay on Titos
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WHITE WITH BLUE;
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RELIEF IN PE-RU-NA.
Mr. tl..t. Arloss. 401 CltV Hall Ave,
Mnnin.il. (Iiii'Im'i'. li an old ccntlcmnn
of wide acquaintance, having served
thirty-eight years in tho General Post
ofTicb of Montreal, a record which
speaks for Itself. Concerning his uso of
roruna, seo letter givon below.
U,, ', ' f V v.
MR. R. J. ARLES3.
"I have lieen allllcted with nasal
catarrh to such a degreo that ll affected
"This vaj contracted somo twenty
years ago by being exposed todrnuglits
and sudden changes of temperature.
"1 havo been under tho trealinon of
specialists and havo used many drugs
rccomiiiondi.il ns opcelllcs fur catarrh
in tha head and throat all to no pur'
''About thrco years ago I w as Induced
by a confrere In oilleo to try Pcruua.
"After some hesitation, as I had
doubts as to results nflcr so many
failures, 1 gavo l'cruna a trial, and am
happy to stale tnat after using olpht or
ten bottles of L'cruna lam much Im
proved In hearing, and In breathing
through tho nostrils."
The following wholesale druggist"
will supply tho retail trr!o:
tlenson, Smith & Co.,
FOR PRINCE DAVID
Will Be Given If So
Desired By His
Prlnco David Knwaunnakoa will bo
given a Btnto funeral with all duo
pomp and Iho ccremon lit'flttliig his
rank, if tho Prlncct.3 Kav ananakoa,
his wife, so desires It. Tills was lo
announced by Acting Governor Mott
Sitillh this morning, who also stated
that ho would call on tho Princess this
nrtcrnoon to find out wht her withes
were In tho matter.
The remains of Prlnco David will.
be brought down fiom San Francisco
on tho Pacific Mull liner Manchuria.
Tho Olympic Club last night put
on tho first of a scries of itinntcu
boxing bouts for Iho nmuscuient of
tho snlloiH und Mildlrrx In tho (lt,
which wan fairly about tho most
whirlwind evening of slugging gamo
that has been seen in tho clt. Tho
lads lu the ling did not show a great
deal of class ut nil times, but they
fought with a rush und a, dash that
not only lifted them olt their fcot
ninny times, but hrnu'ght tho big au
dience up as well. S. F. llullctln.
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REV. GRAI1F NOT THERE '
lMIlor i: v o it 1 n k llullctln:
Will ton kindly allow me spneo to
roircct an erroneous leport current,
that 1 was present nt the Orplicum,
last Saturday nlglit. I woulu like
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HUV. DAVID V. CIIANL'.
NINE MONTHS' SUPPLIES.
VALLHJO. Calif., May 17. Auth
ority has been received nt Mnro Isl
and for thn puichaso of fr.r.o.OOl'
worth of stores nnd provisions for tin
battleship Fleet on open purchase
icqulsltlon. Tho pui chases Villi be
made through the San Francisco pay
office, tho bids of tho competitors be
ing opened thcie, nnd tho goods will
bo dollvered ut Mnro Island. Only
tho necessity for fitting out the Fleet
for tho tilp to tho Atlantic Co.131
permits of this largo nniount of
ttorcs being purchased In nilvuni't, of
the formal approval of the depart
ment the regular plan, except In
emergency cahes, being for tho bids
to bo fni warded lo Washington und
It Is Intended that tho i.lilpn shall
carry six months' biipplles of provi
sions when they sail for the Oi lout
In July, while nlno months' bitpply
of coidage, canvas and ship's stoics
will be taken from tho Maro Island
jnrd, the Intention being to cairy
sufficient to enable them to icach the
Now York Navy Yaid lu Fpbruary
without further requisitions being
Shipment!) of nil kinds nro being
mndo from Mitty) Island dallj, sixty
and seventy toiiH of Htoies nnd pin
visions being foiw.udcd almost oveiy
night. It Is learned thnt tho Itlner
ni) of tho Fleet has been changed
and that It will not slop nt Samoa
en route to Australia, ns originally
Intended, it Is thought In naval cir
cles that thcie is a stiong probability
of tho nrmoicd cruisers of tha Pacific
fleet being ordered lo tho Philippines
in tho lato fall. '
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homo for S32&0.00, n houso
of S rooms with all modern
mk mk koM
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