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EVENING DUIACTIN, HONOLULU, T H., miDAY, JUNK ."., 190S.
DADLY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., ITD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Parrlnjiton.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
np ( Editorial Rooms,
1 ei.j Business Office,
FRIDAY JUNE 5, 1908
Hawaii needs the National flu aril that any case tliat noes to tlic ilUoncc
for (icuce purposes not as n center court goes Into the newspaper In full
of strife. detail.
-', With ivory Christian church
The Morning Calf-Tender has- preaching against UUoicc, a move
graduated to the distinction of Dr. ment to check rapid-fire ovcrthrdw
Tajlor's testimony suggests that It
he Is not the Porclne's errand-boy, ho
Is a next-best friend.
Japan's paclllcatlon of Korea
brings Buch fond memories of the way
the Filipino has been led Into tho
paths of peace and civilization.
Get Into "good-times" habits. They
are very soon to be the popular thing
as well as the real thing for Hawaii.
You can't gain anything by croaking.
Honolulu wants first a good road
builder to fill Sam Johnson's place.
The people hae not forgotten the
hlah-nrlccd experiments of formor
Why should not the official report
of the Park Commission's session con
tain a full detail of Father Cunha'B
peace resolution that was unanimous
ly carried? I
Socialists of Europe are making
gains that will arouse the' followers
ot Debs to great expectations In tho
Presidential returns next No ember.
Each year has found America Keep
ing pace with the Europeans In this
Englnecrs will have amplo oppoc- fairs only throughout Canada, In Ico
tunlty to grow In Hawaii's College of land, and in the State of Kansas.
Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. For I School suffrage Is permitted to wom-
the students who Intend to make Ha-
wall their home, the agricultural
courses must open better prospects
for the future.
Our Entertainment Commltteo Is
always good natured, never thought
ot being otherwise, and everything Is
as smooth as a tropic sea. We leave
It to this commltteo whether what
the press says they say Is an Instance
People ot Hawaii Bhould extend a
greeting to Secretary Garfield, unless
they feel that "the people" are sup
posed to do as they are told, under
the American Government. Mr. Oar
field Is an executive officer of our
Government not the official repre
sentative of a king.
Dispatches published by the after
noon Associated Press service an
nouncing that Oliver P. Morton was
dying came direct from the A-wctat-
CU rjCQS. IIUU IUU Un, UOBUI.IDUUII
known the announcement would
throw the morning service into a
state of menengltls delirium, It might
have changed tho name.
Our Consul In Mexico roports that
since the Mexicans have discovered
Texans sending mesqulte wood to
Michigan manufacturers, they aro
looking up the prospects of a now
Industry for Mexico. Our nlgcroba
is a mesqulte very similar to the Tex
an, and It may be there is a future
for all tho forest woods ot Hawaii.
THE DIV0RC1 MILL.
Our friends of the Civic Federa-
lion and the Ministerial Union will
' !UCll4 0L1CCL ill IH1
find no voice of protest raised against lnti&uh strMj ' OO
any measures thoy may adopt to Kewalo Street $2000
check the divorce practise that is be- 'King Street . .'.!!!!!!!!!!! $15 00
llevedjjy a great number of the aver-, Hackfeld Street . . . . . .... $2400
age citizens of Honolulu to be fast, Emma Street . .!!!!!!!.'!'! $50 00
reaching the level of a serious evil. (Matlock Avenue '.'...'. !$3o!oO
Just what course they should pur- Beretania Street , . . .! ', !!!!$4o!oO
ue In applying correctives to tno sit-
uatlon, we hesitate to suggest. Thoy
- might feel that any action reviewing
the past would be an unnecessary
reflection on the courts. They can,
however, do much to prevent tho pop
ularity of the divorce court In the fu
It Is quite within the province of
those who are guarding tho public
morals to have a special representa
tive in the courts to watch proceed
ing!. 'The Bulletin, whloh, with
.r ... . . . v.j
other paper or. tne city, is repeaion;,'
ly Importuned to not publish divorce
cases, la wining to comrieuio us
ihan by making a permanent rule
Per Six Moulin .Bo
Per Yc.r, anli?reiu US I.oo
Pel Year, an) w litre In Canada ,. I. Bo
PtrYear postpaid, foreign 3.oo
Entered at the rotoffice at Honolulu
ai K-vuml clatt matter.
lot the marriage vow In tho courts of
me ii'irtiur Hiiuiuu ue cuusiuercu us
the performance of nn every-day re
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE OAMPAIGN.
HaNlng started out with a cam
paign for prohibition It Is to bo pre
sumed that Hawaii will soon take up
with the other latest fad In the poli
tics of tho world woman suffrage.
This, however. Is not a new thlnB to
these Islands, ns In the early days ot
tho Hawaiian Republic quite a furoro
was stirred up and many resolutions
were passed by numerous societies.
Some exceedingly Interesting facts
are set forth In a recent number of
Harper's Weekly by means of a map
exhibit showing tho status of the dlf
ferent countries of tho world on the
subject of equal suffrage.
The prominent features exhibited
are, these: Australia, Now Zealand,
Finland and Norway and tho States
lot Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and Colo
rado, In tho United States, have
granted nbsolute equal suffrage to
women on nil subjects. Suffrage on
every subject except parliamentary or
legislative matters Is granted to wo
man In England, Scotland, Ireland,
Wales, and In Sweden. Woman is
permitted to ote In municipal ot-
en In many of tho States of the Unit
ed States, and In others taxpaylng
women alono are permitted to voto
along given lines.
Tho movement In America meets
llttlo of the kind of antagonism
which was formerly brought against
It based on tho supposed all-around
Inferiority of woman. This was a
fiction exploded largely by tho prac
tical demonstration ot the Intellect
ual power of woman which camo
with her general entranco Into edu
cational lines on the same terms and
under tho same conditions as those
which govern men. Another factor
which has helped to puncture, tho old
fiction of the allrnround inferiority
of the mothers of men, has been tho
ability with which woman has made
a place for herself In general Intel
lectual, industrial and business lines.
Opposition to equal suffrage has so
completely shifted In Its character
and method that the need of the
homc nm, of BOC,cty for ,he ,lcart un(,
Lunalilo Street $27.50
Kalakaua Avenue 525,00
Nuuanu Valley $25.00
"nsacoia arreet $33.UU
"7"ut" l",c"uc ""
Victoria Street $35 00
Mililani Street $20.00
2 bedroom house; lot 50x100;
eood location; 3 minutes' walk
from car line.
Corner Foit and Merchant StreeU.
Only a Short Time
It will be only a little while
beforo It will cost you more
money to buy a home. Now
one may be had at a bar
gain. We have a beautiful
homo for 13250.00, a house
of 8 tooms with all modern
Simi fjmk tUM
consclenco as well as tho abilities and
intellectual Influence of woman, as
wlfo and mother, Is about all that Is
left In tho wny of opposition nmong
fair-minded, Intelligent, thinking
people. When the intelligent wom
anhood of tho United States unites In
a demand for the ballot, thcro will
bo a great moral purpose behind It
that will bo Irresistible.
MR. PETER'S OBJECTION
Editor E v o n 1 n g Bulletin:
In tho excitement over the removal
ot Plnkham, as president ot the Hoard
of Health, one department head was
overlooked who I believe is as bad It
not worse. When a department head
gets so Inflated with his Importance
that ho assumes to bo tho wholn con
cern nnu minus tno uovcrnnieiu
can't exist without his services, it Is
tlmo tho public should be relieved of
such a burden, especially when n de
partment head gets to that level
when ho picks quarrels with citizens
over mere trifles. Some department
heads may look elegant in gold-laced
uniforms attending public functions,
but they certainly Inck that degree of
good Judgment which qualifies and
fits ono ns a department head and pub
lic servant. A department head who
picks a quarrel with a citizen who is
endeavoring to defend his property
and rights, over a llttlo orange trcs,
he Is either too largo for his shocsi or
the band of his hat somewhat ex
panded. Now that wo have elections
almost at hand, would It not, Mr. Ed
itor,' be a wise move to plnco In our
platform a plank calling tor the
amendment ot our Organic Act, so
that department heads cither be elec
ted or that tho powers of tho Gov
ernor to nominate and appoint bo cur
tailed, so that tho people may havo nt
least Borne Bay as to who should be
Thanking you for tho space allot
ted me. I am.
Very truly jours,
A. V. PETEKS.
Honolulu. June C. '08,
WOMAN'S BOARD MEETS
In the afternoon session ot tho
Woman's Hoard of Missions, hold In
the Central Union Church yesterday
Mrs. A. V. Sonrcs read the annual re
port of the Portugueso Missionary
Society, complimenting the scholars
on their regular attendance Tho re
port of tho Glcanors' Society was
also listened to with much Interest.
Mrs. Lowrcy and Mrs. Wilcox, who
returned recently from the States,
made Interesting reports of their
work. Dr. Bradley spoko ot tho con
ditions ot the Chlncso during the re
cent famine. Dr. Bradley Is station
ed In Sha Jen, between Shanghai and
Pekln, whero tho population Is In-
oxcess ot 14,000,000. Thcro 'are five
mission stattous and thirty-three
Central Hank ot Oakland plans
erection ot new tourist hotel In Yo
For Yonr Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following color;
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
i 85c, Yard.
BARON SAKATANI'S MISSION HE
THOUGHT CANADA MAY
Now York, tn 10. What prom
ises to bo one of tin most Important
conferences held In tho money world
in years will In hold iu London within
tho next two wiks by lla'ron Yoshrlo
Sakatanl of Japan nnd tho loading
bankers of London. Paris nnd Berlin.
Japan la In nrc-d of raising mure
than 300,000,0(K veil within thu next
cm, not to meet only war loans, but
to carry on the work of tho army and
navy. Ono hundred million ven must
bo met to take care of a domestic
loan placed nmong merchants during
tho Husslan v ir
Today Barim Sakalnnl and a party
of ten prominent Japanese men of af
fairs arilvud ii tho Holland House.
Tho party Is to remain In Now- Yoik
for a few ilii uml then go on to
London, aftor which they will visit
lleillu and Paris, llaron Sakatanl,
who was former Minister of Finance,
was duo to nriivo In Now York lust
Friday, but wns delajcd In Canada.
Placed Hope In Canada.
It was said todij by ono of tho par
ty that tho Japanese; government had
groat hopes of placing much of her
now loan In Canada,' nnd that tho Jnp
nuose government was ot tho opinion
that Canadians were In an extra good
position for loaning money today -better
oven than thu bankers of tho
United States or England.
A portion of tho loan. It Is expected,
will bo nt the rato of 9 pur cent a
point that many bankers declare will
unsettle conditions In Japan mote
than all tho war talk combined.
llaron Sakatanl Insisted that his
trip to tho United States and to Eu
rope was nnu of pleusilio.
"Is this not proven by tho fnct that
wo hurried Into our uutos nnd went
sightseeing?" he iiBked, at tho satin
tlmo smiling. "If I wanted to make
tho big loans you discuss, would I go
riding In a cab? I must keep to bus!
ncss, If I want all that great sum of
Hai American Promises.
"It Is true." hu continued, "that tho
Jnpancso government will place aomo
now loans. Iho dotulls nto not com
pleted, but ni) doubt thoy will bo on
our arrival In London. Wo know that
our gopd frlqnds, .tho pcoplo of tho
United Stntcs, aro more than willing
to subscrlbo to a, Japaneeo bond.
TliJ has behn prove'f by history, anil
we aro assured by ytmr leading bank
era that they arq ready to nsslst again
If wo need them,
"Tho placing of Japancto bonds Is a
wlso thing In moro than ono way," ho
said. "When your people arc' Inter
ested In us In a money way It should
stop onco nnd for all, tho fnollah war
talk. Trado Is all well erough, but
tho lois ot commerce nouM not fitop
wnr talk alone. Hut let Japan sell
moro of her bonds hero and lot this
government sell bonds In Japan that
Is tho licj nolo to peace In many In
stances. Sees Cnd of Chinese Boycott.
"I havo not been at a loss to under
rtnnd war talk, but 1 havo been mysti
fied that It should bo kept up. The
bovcott of China and Japan will be
settled without any material ill (Ter
ences. Tho contest ror I ratio giovvr
keener every day and tho bovcott Is
the result of this contest, but wiser
heads aro settling tho differences."
Tho Ilaron's party Ir made up of
the leading bankers of Japan, the
Morgans, Rockefellers and Stllllmaus
of Japan. S. Mori. M. Yokoyan, K.
Umoscau, K, Yogln, K. v. Mnkoskl,
It. Taknshl, II. Kobajaskl and Y. Su
glla were nmong .the nnlvala today.
Within tho next fow days a scoto
of other prominent Japanese nro .ex
pected to Join tho llaron In New York.
A number of banket a from Toklo
camo In advance nnd havo been In
Now York for tho past week discuss
ing money with local bankers. Thoj
will report progress to tho Il.tion
Seaman secures veidlct of JG00
damages -for 111 treatment aboard
whaler in tho north.
IF YOUR WATCH
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not pnt it
in order., Let us examine it.
Our Watchmakers Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION -ii you will
bring your watch to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
.UR STOCK of
of them to give you all the variety you want.
These Hate have "MADE COO J" with particular dressers.
Let us show them to you.
M. M'lneriiy, Ltd., Fort and
(Continued from Pose 1)
tako chargo ot tho engineering dopat t
ment anil has been told that sttlllclent
salaries will bo nvallnblo to secure
a bio men.
With tho general Federal appropri
ations at tho ilhpoB.il of tho Hoard,
tho pulley has been adopted of secur
ing piofcHHorH and Instructors who are
eminent In their attainments and
teaching ability In all of tho principal
subjects, tho result of which will bo a
faculty pccouil to nono of tho main
land colleges. This means that tho
Htttdontfl who tno fortunate enough to
bo nblo (o qualify for Iho ficbltman
clasB will havo exceptional npporltm
Ittes as tho class will probably not bo
largo and It will practically amount to
personal Instruction from this nblo
coips ot teachers
Tho requltemcnts of the uug lndy
students nro not being overlooked for
undoubtedly domestic science and
other topics of peculiar Interest to
them will bo taught In ndditlnn to tlio
other standard sitbjectu. For tluno
who aio skeptical about being ablu to
obtain Btnnd.iid education along tho
lines within tho purposes of thu col
lego It may bu ieasurlng to learn
that nothing will bo left, uudonu to
give thorough and practical Instruc
tion In nil tho required branches.
With ono of tho most complete ret-
orenco libraries ever brought to tho
Islands for kcIiooI work and high class
apparatus for work in physics and
chemistry and mathematical Instru
ments for nil tlio lequhcd BUhJccttt
backed by a faculty of men who
stand Irigh In their particular lines of
work, the- young peoplo of the Terrl
toty will havo tho leal advantages of
collego ti altilng.
Wlillo It Is admitted that theio arc
advantages to bo gained by young peo
ple attending colleges on tho main ,
land still tho ucccKtdty for their going j
away no lous'er exists If their calllns,
lies uiung uiu lines uiimu uieuiiuiieii
Special California hollda)B of pan
ic tlmo may provo boomerang to l
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OFFICE OF THE 1IOAHD OF
Honolulu, Haw-all, Juno 3, 1908.
TENDERS TOR PURCHASE OF
Scaled tenders, 'in duplicate, for
tho purchase of hides belonging to
tho Hoard of Health, for a period of
six months from July 1st, 1908, to
December 3lBt, 1908, will bo lccclv
ed nt tho offico of the Hoard ot
Health until 1- o'clock noon, Tues
day, Juno 10th, 1908.
Tenders must bo for tho prlco
per pound for hides ilellveteil on
tho wharf at Honolulu, on weights
approved by an agent of tho Hoard
Payments required In U. S. gold
coin immediately after delivery.
Tendcis to bo endorsed "TENDER
FOR THE PUUCHASE OF HIDES."
Tho Hoard docs not bind Itself to
acecpt thu highest or any bid.
THE HOARD OF HEALTH,
lly its President:
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