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Entered at the rotoiT.c at Honolulu
a ittoud clan matter.
JUNE 4, 1908
Col. Snm Johnson resigning his
public duties leaves a vacancy that
shows him to bo n prettty large-sized
iord of the organ by which they arc
l.ahalna having risen from Its fal
len glory to a place for warships to
assemble, might celebrate by "spruc
ing up" Its waterfront.
a aw .1 n i.
Now that Col. Bam 'Johnson has
Joined the ranks of private citizens,
he might give the public a few words
on how things should be run.
Sacramento police are very easily
satisfied. After finding a man for
whom excited Inquiries are mado
they are quite willing to allow him
Is the money that Is coming to
Hawaii as a result of its Industrial
prosperity being expended and in
vested to further promote the com
It Is to be hoped that the success
or failure of tho National Guard of
Hawaii Is not dependent on one man.
Patriotic unity should be the tie that
binds such an organization.
Don't forget that Honolulu wants
the combined sixteen battleships of
the Fleet, and should be able to get
them without robbing Maul of any
of the good things planned for that
Hawaii's College of Agrlcultute
and Mechanic Arts will probably
hao to take the "knocks" that have
been bestowed on similar institu
tions In every Stato of tho Union. It
Is well to bear in mind, however,
that the students of no other colleges
have ho quickly made good or exer
cised such a broad influence on tho
development of tho country. This
will be the record of Hawaii's college.
Only a Short Time
U will he only a little while
before It will cost you moro
money to buy a home. 'Now
one mny be had at a bar
gain. We have a beautiful
home for I32B0.00, a houso
of 8 rooms with all modern
SjWjfti Ijmd LoM
The chief howler and greatest en
thusiast on the Lee Let case is now
doing its utmost to crawl out from
under and deny all responsibility for
or connection with the matter bo
fore the courts.
If the peace that reigns on tho
8tock Exchange Is an evidence of the
people saving their money and put
ting it in the banks, we may know
that the energizing force of good
times will soon be felt.
May it not be possible that the di
vorcement of the garbage and road
departments will bo deemed advis
able? Or was the defense of the de
partment combination based on pure
ly non-polttlcal grounds?
President Roosevelt's fall with his
horse is a mere Incident far Buch a
strenuous leader of the people. He
always keep the public on edge, with
either the danger .of breaking his
own head or that of someone else.
QDESTS AHDTflB PEOPLE.
No, It Is not surprising when a
suggestion, that the people of the
city of Honolulu should pay some
particular nttentlon to Secretary
Garfield through their local munici
pal officers, meets with one Imme
diate responso that Secretary Gar
field's visit should not be accompa
nied by "other tomfoolery enacted
for the 'purpose of bringing somo
small-fry politicians Into view."
The surprise would have been oc
casioned by a decent recognition of
Honolulu's municipal community life.
ino (jnamoer of commerce and tho
business bodies can always bo de
pended upon to do the honors of spo'
clal evenU, and they will no doubt
offer the best to be had in this In
The time should como and come it
will In the not far distant future
when the community as represented
by Its citizens, "tho people." will
ceaso to occupy the attitude of sub
Jects under a viceroy.
It Is as much the duty of thopco
plo through municipal officers to as
sert themselves when entertaining
public guests as It Is to look after
roads, bridges, and the pay of police,
spit on the floor, or talk politics.
This docs not appeal to the central
ized Idea of controlling a subject race
and citizen-subjects, but It is. never
theless, the American plan and on
the American plan Honolulu must
Our Fleet Committee Is gcttting
along splendidly, thank you. After
one or two more sessions to establish
mutual understandings the complet
ed program will roll out so smoothly
that the discussion will be forgotten
as It should be.
We believe that Brother Richards
gets very much twisted at times on
what Is right and what Is wrong.
And having the documents to support
our contention beg to suggest that
his ideas are not far removed from
those for whom he acts as agent.
DIVORCE CODRTS AND MINISTERS.
The Ministerial Union and thn Civ
ic Federation have succeeded In get
ting their organizations into the
llme-llght by their declared efforts to
"reform" this man's town.
Agents of the Federation and the
Union hnvo been particularly busy
of late in violating the community
sense or what should be, and chal
lenging the exponents of common
Pretty soon the fact that Hono
lulu newspapers publish the result of
a. 100-to-l-shot horse-race will be
heralded abroad as proof of the low
moral standards of the town. A
"hundred-to-one-shot" means that
someone, many Indeed, gambled.
The most dangerous foo of the
moral Issue in politics Is the fanatic
who runs amuck in Its support. Ad
vertiser. Doubtless speaking from experi
ence. Hut hypocrisy is the issue with
which the abusive paper has always
Where Is Chief of Detectives Tay
lor's commission? Has it been stol
en? And, It so, did Cathcort or Mil
yerton or some Chinese gambler,
make way with the previous docu
ment. Unlike the "depositions" that
"disappeared," it may be stated on
Information and belle? that Taylor's
commission is not an invention,
wasggaw ! tag
i There is as much, and more, Jus
tice In the campaign of Thwlng and
Richards as there ever was in the
campaigns of personal malice and
misrepresentation that mark the rec-
Lnnalilo Street S27.50
xalakaua Avenue $25.00
Nuuanu Valley S26.00
Peniacola Street . . . '. f 35.00
Matlock Avenue $20.00
Kinau Street ,..$30.00
Lnnalilo Street $20.00
Kewalo Street $20.00
Jung 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 houie; lot 50x100;
good location; 3 minutes' walk
from oar line.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
sense and fair dealing by putting tho
question, "Do you not believe In the
enforcement of the law?"
When we say that the Bolld com
mon sense of this town and this Ter
ritory is not In sympathy with what
the "reformers" have done, and have
more recently been doing, It is to re
peat that which Is very well known.
Much has been heard of tho sane
tity of tho home and the protection
of the youth. So much has been said
that we are inclined to believe that
these organizations have a very deep
sense of their responsibilities.
Such being tho case, what have the
Civic Federation and the Ministerial
Union to say of the record of the divorce-court
mill In this city and Territory?
Does It ever occur to these spon
sors of righteousness that the celer
ity with which the solemn marriage
vows may bo overthrown In the
courts of Hawaii Is a more serious
threat to the moral tone of our peo-J
pie than any of the evils which these
gentlemen have made the medium for
attacking earnest, honest, and repu
We assume that it has not occurred
to them. That is the charitable view
and, though somewhat Intolerant
themselves, our friends nlwnys ask
that charity be displayed.
Although the men engaged In
straightening out this town In the
ory, but giving It a bad name in
practise, are, some of them, joining
men and women in marriage, it ap
parently has not Impressed them as
of more than passing moment that
divorce papers may be filed In the
courts and the divorce granted prac
tlcally on the spot.
This may not present itself to the
minds of the community rectifiers as
deserving special comment from them
or a corrective movement, but it docs
strike tho average man and woman
of Honolulu as containing more evil
and Borrow, more danger, than all
the matters to which tho Federation
and Ministerial Union have of late
devoted their excitable and sensitive
We believe an effort to make the
way to the divorce court less attract
ive will gain for these men a higher
degree of respect than they have
gained through their most recent ut
terances on public morals.
"Rawhide Jack" Davis, the Ne
vada millionaire, Is reported dying
from injuries received in a mine accident.
A reunion of Clirlstti-n workers who
onco wore connected with the old
Uothel Btrect cjiurch wbb held on tho
cars'of tho Oahu Railway & Land Co.
at thn depot this momltiK, previous to
going down tho line under tho per
sonal supervision of II. F. Dillingham.
Tho party was gotta l up by Mr. Dil
lingham, who wan onuf the most ac
tlvo workers In the old Uclliel street
nffalrs. Invitations wero extended by
him to thoso with whom he had
worked for tho upbuilding of Christ's
Mr. Dillingham received them at
tho depot and assigned them to Beats
especially provided for them on spec
On tho observation car was hung
tho picture of tint old Bethel street
church, surrounded by malic and tho
church colors. Mr. and Mrs. Dllllne-
bam had as their gucstB on this car
Judge A. S. Hartvvell, Mlqs Hartwcll,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Abies. Mrs. W. A.
Kinney, Master Kinney, M. I'. Robin
Bon, Rov. Bradford Luvvett, Rov. O. H.
Gullck and wife, Rev. John Gultck,
Mr. and Mrs. Renton and two children.
On the other special cars wore: F.
W. Damon and family (0), Fred Da
mon and wife, Mrs. Ned Damon, Mts.
Parmalee and daughter, Mrs Emily,
Mrs Harrison, Mrs Drown, Mrs. Conk
ling, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Peterson, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Williams, Mrs. Clark, Mrs.
Frank Brown. .Mrs. Wright, Rebecca
Thompson, Mrs. King, Mrs. Rose and
Bister, Fred Whitney and wife, Mr.
Hatch and wife, Herrlck (2), Mrs
Wlcke, Geo. Ashley, Tom Lucas and
daughter, Mrs. Hustaco and daughter,
Mrs. Bayers, Mr. and Mrs. Soper, An
na Shaw, Mrs. Goo Kim, Mrs. Vooller,
Mrs. Colo, Mr. Voeller and family
(10), Montana, Mr. Allen, Mrs. -Lee-lain
(2), Lawrence Robertson, Mrs.
Lucas Dunton, Mrs. (Dowsott) Kirk
aldy, Mrs. Andrew Brown, Mrs. Mil
Icr, Miss Hempstead, Mrs. Cameron,
Mrs. wooirt. Mrs. Ross. Mrs. Frazcc
Miss Crane. Mrs. Lyman, Mrs. Pratt,
Mr. Green, Ida Campbell, Addlo Camp
bell, Arthur Alexander? Dr. and Mrs.
Monsarrat, B. F. Dillingham and wife,
Walter Dillingham. Dr. Pratt, Mrs. S.
E. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, Mr. and
Mrs. T. O. Thrum, Mrs. Vlda Thrum,
Mr. nnd Mrs. McLean, Mrs. Grctvc,
Mrs. Oat, Mrs. Daniel Peterson, Mrs
Addle Gear, Mrs. R. J. Qreen, Mrs.
Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Lowers, J. B. Pet
erson andl 'daughter, Mrs. Love and
Tho party, will first go direct to Wa
htawa to seo the pineapple field and
factory. From there It goes down to
Halelwa, where n special luncheon has
been prepared by Mr. Dillingham for
his guests, returning to Honolulu this
JJR STOCK of SUMMER STRAW HATS has baen selected
1 with regard to Style, Taste andWear.
We keep only the best makes, but there are enough
of them to give you all the variety you want.
These Hate have "MADE GOOD" with particular dresser?.
Let us show them to you.
M. M4Inerny, Litd., Fort and Merchant Sts.
134 Beretania near Fort St.
On tho evening of tho arrival of the
transport Sherman from tho Philip
pines, there will be a special trauspoit
danco given at the Moana hotel.
Tho Sherman is bringing tho 1st
Infantry, In command of Colonel Paul
ing, and the regimental band will bo
aboard. Arrangements havo boon
mado by the management of tho Mo
ana to have tho band play In the even
ing, before tho danco.
It Is stated on good authority that
this Ih the last body of soldiers that
will pass through Honolulu on any
transport for two years, and tho Mo
ana will endeavor to make tho occa
sion memoraolo for all who attend.
Army ahil Navy folk and all friends
of. the Moana are cordially Invited to
Editor Evening Bullotin:
For the relief of a long suffering com
munity would tho Rev. Mr. Thwlng
and Theo. Richards kindly retire to
somo quiet sequestered Bpot and die.
Maul, 30th MayT 1908.
For Your Next Evening Down.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk.
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We have two patterns in each of
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WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inohei wide,
On Friday afternoon Juno 2Gth,
there will be held on the groundB of
Oahu College, tho annual entertain
ment of the Alumni Association. One
of tho features of tho entertainment
will bo tho Fruit Festival. All thoso
who would like to donatu fruit of any
varlety.nnd In any quantity, will kind
ly communicate with Gerrlt Wilder,
telepbono 13 or 10G0.
REAL ESTATE TKANSACTIONa
Entered for Record June 3, 1908,
J IKD'AlmcIda to P E R Strauch
J II D'Almcldn to P i: R Strauch
Samuel Savldgo Tr to Allco Maka-
Dlsliop & Co to Samuel J ilundock.llcl
Emily C Judd by atty to J Alfred
Poloali a and wf to Isaac 111 Hit .... D
AhretiH and Bowler to Lung Do Wal
R. W. Androws and wf et al to Ter
ritory of Haw-alt D
Honolulu Iron WotltH Co to Teirl-
lory of Hawaii D
Mary B Lyman and hsli to Terri
tory of Haw-all ...., Ex I)
Elizabeth R Robson to Territory of
Haw-all f D
Isaac L Cockett and wf sto Territory
of Hawaii ,....D
John II Eslatu Ltd to Territory or
Hawaii Ex I)
Est of James Campbell by Tib to
Territory of Hawaii l' 1)
A K Smytho to Tonltory of Hawaii. I)
Julia 8 Rico and hb to Territory of
American Relief Fund to Bishop
Trust Co Ltd Tr Tr 11
Sara A Mnkeo by Tr to Ella P Shel
don . Rel
Entered for Record June 4, 1908,
Court of Mnunakcu S834 A O F by
Trs to Catherine J Vlcrra AM
Court of Maunakea 8834 A O F by
TrB to Catherlno J Vlerra AM
Catherine J Vlerra by Atty to Wil
liam Kinney AM
William Kinney to Carl S Smith ..AM
Charlotto Marker and hsb to W 11
Geo Kimg Fill Kun to C F Lufkln ,.M
Mary P Hatha to C F Lufkln M
Ho Ko Sen to Citing Fook 113
ALEXANDER Juno 3, 1908, at Pala
ma General Hospital, John Marks
Alexandor, beloved husband of .Min
Fuuctal will tako placo from his
Into residence, Kalilil, at 4 p. m. to
day. Interments at Kallhl cometiry.
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