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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, JUNE 0. 1008.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY HEWPAPEIt PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np I Editorial Rooms,
1 CI. Business Office,
All politicians now mitch the wnio
Tlu baseball ciowil holds the balance
I.ct us hope tliat the fate of the
jaclit (Iwcmlol)n has been the hap
piest one ioxlblv.
.. i i i -j
Citizen lalftir should by nil means
ho employed on nil Government work
not Pearl Harbor nlone.
Millions have come to Hawaii
fioni the yigar crop. Whcie have
ti.oxu millions gone after arrlviil?
The abusive Advertiser ran alwa.'
malio an Interrruatlcn an.I tnisrepin
MMilatlon of llic smalloxt Im-lilt nt to
unit lis deiraed tastes.
President Ilootoclt Is invln r -porl-.
i (1 to bo planning a bit; i;.imo hunt in
South Africa. .May he have the
tliouglitfulncss to tnko in I lie points
of Interest In the 1'aclflc, either going
Thmightlus ones sometimes sneer
at ihu "perfunctory" exercises held In
tliov public schools. Ono day there
name ieoplo will wnlcu up to Unit the
cchool chlldien a iletermlncd aggro
gallon of hlcji grade Anictlcim patil
Two Judges mid, a scoiu of "ordln
my" citizens havo commended the
ltilllotlns direction of ministerial
atlcnllou to dlwircn court evils. Thin
v.ork Is directly In their natural Hue
of duty, though not of the brass baud
That nccldent on board Iho Tonne
sto will flKuro as nnuther nrKUineut in
favor of tho ohl-Btylo navy engineer
who knew how to handle tho euglno
room and did not worry about affairs
,on tho brldgu or his status at toclul
Again the Hoard of Health has
declared thaf certain cemeteries
must bn closed. Possibly tho pres
ence of Federal authority In tho
Hoard may head off the usual furoro
that has followed the cemetery dec
larations of former years,
llefore lone tho record of n few
of the moralists will be exposed. It
may be a surprlso to their associates
or It may not, but It nevertheless
fully upholds the contention of the
man who believes that common hon
esty Is a far better basis of good citi
zenship than assumption of dictato
Hllo says that Honolulu Is watch
ing too closely for the dollar among
Its future guests. That may be tho
Impression gained by a few who have
listened to frank conversations on ex
pense Theio la ono thing, however,
for which Honolulu can claim an ex
cellent reputation. Tho people who
have lsltcd tho city havo novcr com
plulncd of being gouged by tho dollar
chnsers, and ono and all havo gone
away praising tho city, praising tho
people and looking forward to the
tlmo when they can como again. That
"Is a pretty good reputation.
When It Is deemed necessary to of
fer a long explanation on why cer
tain Jaws should not oo enforced and
otherB should be subject to the cull
"6T the fanntlc, you may he assured
that the program of enforcement la
tFeadlug on tho toes of the favored
This Is u more reasonable view
than. It Is to suppose any change of
.heart has taken place.
It Is tho old story of government
by special privilege, nail Intolerance
mppoited by vicious persons prompt
'ed by a pine spirit of hypocrisy,
It means that law enforcement Is
dealied, according to whose ox Is
' It means that two elements of the
I city honest futilities und abusive
; persons uro worklnc to mnko laws
j operate oaslly for the select few, and
harshly for those outside a ring,
1 This Is tho practical fact, and tho
peoplo so recognize It.
It Is hard to Imaglno a mote un
fair vlow, a more ridiculous sltun
,tjpn than that presented by ceitaln
honest gentlemen mid vicious pet buns
Eutrrctl at lite PuMofTic nt llotiolulu
m nttoml cUsi mttttr.
JUNE 6, 1008
who hold that uu uttack made under
the prize-light law Ij tn e tor, while
n halo surrounds the Individual who
bitterly condemns men nlmlr.g by
practical means to solve u social evil
as old as the centuries! and they
praise the iiinrt.il who nlins to gii'ln
political prc3tlge by u specie! of law
enforcement that cannot be dupli
cated In any other State or Territory
In the Union, and, what Is more,
gain no sympathy from the Fcdeial
It Is not the dltforcucu of opinion
that giatea on tho average iltlzeu's
sonre of-dcccncy and Justice.
It In the fanatical and malicious
latoleiiince, the partnership of lellg
lm.a la.idoi'J with the Davll, and his
agents of low morals and smliched
lecordi, that ui onset, the antagonism
of the iptlct, pure-minded, common
senke, "bciond-beut" American citi
zen, who believes In fair play and
who not only believes It but utilves
to let live us well as live.
They may spend bonis of futllu nig
utiicnt and devoto coluniiiu to ponder
ous phrases expressing criminal pur
poses, hut they cannot get away fioni
the fact Unit the brass-band moral
campaign ns It has been In evidence
In this town leads, like a Bqulrrel
track, always up the same tree, whero
hangs thu sign "Laws uie nrule for
conscience's sake and enforced
It would be giatlfylng It cxpie
slons of fear that the fanatics have
gone ton far, gave piomsle of u
chance of heirt.
550,000,000 FOR PLAY GROUNDS.
The New York Sun says that not
less than $50,000,000. has been used
for playgiotind purposes by Ameri
can municipalities In tho last ten
yeais, and that within threo yea is
Chicago alone bus spent $fi, 000000.
on 14 playgiounds, ranging fioni six
to seUMity ncrcs In extent. Chicago
will a I no use J 180,000. for the main
tenance of playgrounds this year.
San Francisco nppropil.ited 11,000,
000. for playgrounds on the vory
heels of her disaster. Cleveland has
nlno playgrounds; this summer It
will have 22.
Detiolt will open nlno school
plnjgiouiulH this summer, and tho
Mayor of that city, in addition, has
found between CO and 70 renl-cstato
owners, who will turn over as many
vacant lot3 for the use of children
through tho bummers, the city to
clean them up and Jo arrange them
for baseball and other games. Ilerk
eley, Cal., has Issued bonds for S1G0,
000. for playgrounds. Itlchmond,'
Lunalilo Street $27.50
Kalakaua Avenue $25.00
Nuuana Valley $25.00
Pensacola 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;
Rood location; 3 minutes' walk
from car line,
Corner Tort and Merchant Street',
ffitoJk Ijimk fcftft
Only a Short Time
It will bo only a little whllo
1eforo It will cost you more
money to buy a home. Now
ono may be had at a bar
gain. We havo a beautiful
home for J32B0.O0, n Iioubo
of 8 rooms with all modern
Sjwfi 1wid HoM
Va., wilt havo 12 school playgrounds
Define thu Massachusetts Leglsla
tuic there Is a bill which piovldcs
that cvciy city In the State of 10,
000 Inhahltanta or more shall pro
tide' at least ono centrally located
plajgiound for the children, and an
additional playground for each' addi
tional 20.000 Inhabitants.
Tills record fioni the mainland cit
ies should help to convince citizens
of Honolulu and Hawaii generally
when they become dubious over the
propriety of spending public money
to cicnto permanent breathing spots
and playgiounds for tho people.
BUSINESS MEN WANT
(Continued from Fo;c 1)
not be embiMniEsed. us might bo tho
icsult, should the Government pay
mechanics more than these do.
Tho Chamber of Conimerco is also
much Interested In tho mutter of the
new buildings which nio to be erect
ed at Fort Shatter. A few days ago
the Chamber sent a letter to Mnjor
Dunning, commanding officer at the
Fort, offering the assistance and co
operation of tho Army and Navy
Committee wherever It might be
needed, and cxpics3lng tho wish to
be kept In touch with tho doings at
Knhaulkl. In answer to this letter
tho Chamber received an Invitation
to attend a parade which took place
this morning at the Fort, at which a
flag was given to one of the compa
nies which had won a recent compe
tition. Tho ceremony was witnessed
by President Morgan, Secretary II.
P. Wood, and G. It. Cnrtor, RIchnrd
Ivors , and Harry Dennlson, the lat
ter three being tho mombors of the
Anny nnd Navy Committee.
Judge Robinson's court:
June 6 C. Wal Ming withdrew
June 8 Lee Let case continued.
Judge De Holt's court:
June 8 Y. Ahln vs. Opelo et a.,
fifth day; action to quiet title.
Judge Dole's court:
Juno U Moses Kokl case.
Juno 8 In ro II. J. Ilrodlrelck,
petition for discharge of bankrupt.
Judge Lindsay's court:
June 0 Peter Knwaha vs. Holen
II. Knwaha, divorce.
Margaret It. Hoogs appointed guar
dian of Margaret and Dorothy Hoogs,
minors1, bond $11,000.
' June 8 Estate John Hapalnul:
administration; 9 a, m.
Estate Tom Chong; ndmlnlstrn
tlon; 9 a. m.
Hrown vs. Holmes, trustee; 9 a. m.
Mills vs. Patzlg; motion to set;
9 a. m.
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in eaehof
the following colors: v
WHITE WITH PINK:
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER:
WHITE WITH BLACK:
36 inches wide,
Tho; sugars shipped this season
from llnwall which have reached the
maikel hnc now hit the 20-mllllon-dollar
Tho Sugar Factors Company has
compiled figures showing that up un
til June 1 the tdtal amount of sugar
shipped by tho plantations controlcd
by It amounted to 2f8,j82 tons, ot
which amount 200,2f4 tons had
reached tho market, leaving a bal
ance of fi8,328 tons still afloat.
AH of this sugar has been shipped
by steamer with the exception ot
that bi ought to tho market by tho
Hrsklne M. Phelps and the Fort
George, which nro the fllst of tho
Qapo Horn licet to havo reached
their destination. Tho Phelps left
Feb. 19 und arrived nt New York
May 28, thus making the voyage In
99 dajs. The Fort (leorgo left Feb.
18 nnd ai rived May 29, making tho
trip In 101 days. Tho Phelps car
ried B.100 tons nnd tho Fort George
3,000 tons, the cargoes fetching pio
bably 4.2 cents n pound.
The inerago prlco rccelvciMor all
the sugar mentioned above was
4.17f cents a pound, or "83.50 a
ton. Flguilng the total at "200,000
tons, the prlco received by the Sugar
Factors' sugar amounts In round num
bcrs to Jin. 700, 000.
To this amount must be added the
sugars sent from Hawaii by planta
tions outside ot the Sugar Factors.
It Is estimated that of this nbout fif
ty thousand tons must havo reached
the market by this time, 'and, valuing
this at tile snmo ratr, as tho other,
would m.iko tho gross value on tho
whole total S4,17r,000, or a total
value of all tho Hawaiian sugars
fro;u Hawaii marketed, of nearly
SURVEYS ARE BEGUN
AT PEARL HARBOR
Yesterday afternoon, the first
work which has actually been dono
by the Hew naval engineers on tho
ground at Pearl Harbor was begun,
when a surveying party, under tho
charge of Mr. Ilurrell, assistant to
Engineer Parks, went to tho sccr.o
of action1, and began operations at
once. Mr. Iluricll will have the di
rect supervision of tho work on tho
ground nt. Pearl Harbor, while Mr.
Parks wlll'do his work for tho most
part from the office In tho naval sta
tion here, as ho lias chargo of what
work Is to bo done on docks and the
like in this city, ns well as at Pearl
Since arriving here, Mr. Parks has
spent a good deul of time figuring on
a scale of wages to be paid the men
who nro to be employed for the
work. Thcro was no scale, and ho
had to tako time to It, in order to
get tho nlatter bo adjusted that It
would safely pass the Auditor's of
fice. He oxpects to get all through
with this ,Bome tlmo today, nnd will
get a boring crew and outfit on the
ground ,by Monday.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record June 5, 1903,
William, C Achl Tr to Abraham K
Koknl ct nl rtel
Richard II Trent Tr to Robert A
Duncan , rtel
Knona (w) to Kulolola (k) D
William C Achl Tr to .Manuel K
Entered for Record June C, 1908,
I. Matsumnto nnd wf to C F llrail-
shnw .-. HS
Est of A Enos by admr, oxors and
Trs to First National Hank of
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The MUe nnd tho Mrs. have been ill, ouch In her own
peculiar way, and havo found relict by taking Feruna.
Fair girls and beautiful women, frail daughters and
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Its value In tho relief of ailments peculiar to their sex.
From'the grandmother to the girl babe tbo gentler sex
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All this being truo and tho woman does not hesitate
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Feruna is good for many minor Ills, It can bo relied
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Head, Stomach, Lunjs.
Miss Ollvlno Fcirault, 333 Davidson
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"I wrlto you a word to congratu
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Parana. I tried other remedies, but
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I feared 1 was becoming consump
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months, as tho result ot a cold which
I had contracted from sudden change
"My brother advised mo to try
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OUR STOCK of SUMMER STRAW HATS has been selected
with regard to Style, Taste and Wear
We keep only the best' makes, but there are enough
of them to give you allthe variety you want.
These Hate haye "MADE GOOD" with particular dressers.
Let us show them' to you.
M. M'lnerny, Ltd., Fort and
A local Republican nolitlclan has ro-
ccIvot a letter from n follow worker
In "Koolauloa stating that U1h Itopub-
llcnn party's power In that district Is
waning, and that thu Demociats aro
gaining tho ascendency. -
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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