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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., MONDAY, JUNE in, 1908.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by, BULLETIN PTJBLISHINQ CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
( Editorial Rooms,
Aloha, Claudius. You're nil right,
Honolulu merely wanted Its usual
football and jou happened to be han
dy at that time.
Governor Frear sees the nomina
tion of Mr. Taft on the first ballot.
If he were firing a gun he would pro
bably hit a bull's eye.
The curio of Honolulu's busi
ness Btatus Is found In the fact that
with the price of sugar" the highest
for months and promising to go high
er, the stock market Is the dullest.
May It not be duller.
DELEGATE KDHIN'S RETURN.
The greeting the people of Hawaii
extend today to the returning Dele
gate to Congress is mixed with deep
sympathy and sincere congratulation.
' It. seems a most unkind fate that
has coupled Delegate Kuhlo's unusual
ly successful labors in Washington
for the Territory with the death of
his only brother. His journey home
ward, which gave promise of being a
particularly happy one, has been at
tended by the deepest sorrow.
It Is proper, however, to Include
the expressions of congratulation
with the words of sympathy.
-Delegate Kuhlo returns to his home
with a record of accomplishment for
the Territory of Hawaii which can
not be duplicated for the session just
closed by any Congressman repre
senting any other district in the
He' has gained the largest appro
priation .for public buildings and tho
largest appropriation for dry docks
that has been obtained by any city
or State during this session o( Con
gress. Ho has been able to obtain a
prompt and enthusiastic hearing for
the measures affecting Hawaii and
those Involved in the greater develop
ment of American power in the Pa
cific. On matters dealing with tho strict
ly domestic affairs of the Territory
he has been particularly successful,
and the land-lease amendment to the
Organic Act will be founda promoter
of business and an increasing source
of revenue to the people.
He has fought a consistent and
generally successful contest for the
Improvement of tho transportation
facilities of the Islands in their re
lation with tho mainland. He has
stood for subsidizing American mall
ships, and, when Congress decided
that this should not pass, has called
(or legislation that shall prevent tho
people in Hawaii from -becoming ma
rooned' in their own country.
The Delegate has had good assist
ance, but, what Is quite as Impor
tant, be has by his uniform courtesy
and manly bearing gained for Hawaii
a, wide circle of Congressional friends
who have taken up our cause as if It
were their own. This we believe has
been the secret of the Delegate's suc
cess, outside the fact that he had a
cause that was juBt. I
Among these Congressional friends
me ueiegaie nas always found a
ready hearing for any measure pro
posed for tho benefit of Hawaii, ond
when called upon to defend his own
bills Kuhlo has done bo on the floor
of the House and In a manner to
command favorable attention.
We don't know what the citizens
of the Territory of Hawaii want bet
ter of a representative In Congress.
Delegate Kuhlo has landed tnoro Con
gressional prizes ' than the average
Congressman with a vote. He has
sustained the honor of tho Hawaiian
commonwealth. He has made friends
He Is entUled to enthusiastic con
gratulation. We have no doubt that
the Bulletin expresses the Bentl
Mont of the people In extending to
him the "warmest praise and assur
ance of return to Congress for anoth
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and Prince Cupid. She also brought
nbout -200 tons of freight and 2411
bag of mail, representing an accu-1
ujulatlon pf five days. '
rThe boat will sail this afternoon
at five tot tho Orient, carrying a few ,
passengers from here. Her accommo-
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m M-coiul ctan miner.
JUNE 15, 1908
datlons will not nil bo filled (or the
rest of the trip, owing to the very
large number of passengers stopping
olT here, S4 In nil.
The Manchuria had a quiet trip
down, and made good time. On the
deck just forward of tho superstruct
ure, n swimming tnnk was rigged up,
and some bathing in this unique
manner was Indulged in during the
The battleships Maine and Alabama
should be off the harbor lata this even
ing or the first thing In the morning
from San Francisco, en route around
the world to Hampton Roads. They
were seen some days ago at sea by
tho Manchuria, and liave been heard
from by wireless also. On board tho
Mnlno comes Secretary Garfield. Tho
ships will coal In this port, and mako
a stay of six days before proceeding
These ships constitute a special
squadron, which is preceding the At
lantic fleet on tho route through tho
Orient, Indian Ocean, Suez, tho Med
iterranean, and across' tho Atlantic.
CHAMBERLAIN'S NEW POST
A Washington dispatch announces
the appointment of-Itoy H. Chamber
lain, formerly Internal Revenue Col
lector here, as general appraiser of
merchandise for the port of New
York. This is one of the best official
plums of the port.
Shortly after 2 o'clock this after
noon the French steamer Caravelluf,
Le Seven, sailed for San Francisco
Exceptional Opportunity To Visit The
Only $25.00 for the ronnd trip.
Steamer MAUNA KEA leaves Ho
nolulu Friday evening, Juno 19th,
and returns Monday morning, June
2 2d. Only two dais away from the
Nearly 24 hours at the Crater!
Territorial Survcjor Wall says
"There were 17 acres of real, active
flro in the pit of Halemaumau last
KAPAHULU Lot 11,000 iq. ft.
Two bedroom cottage $1,100.
PUNCHBOWL SLOPE Prospect St.
Lot 75 125. Two story, 3 bed
room house. Lot well planted
with fruit trees $4,000.
MAN0A VALLEY Lot 100x150.
Two-bedroom cottage ....$2,800.
PAWAA, King St. Lot 75x140.
Two-story, four bedroom house
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
We have for sale in up
per Nuuanu Valley 14
acres of land with
house containing all
The property is locat
ed on the main road.
Are you looking for
such a property?
Sjwfi "ijmk LoM
"There It nothing like teeing thing
for yourself," said Secretary Garfield
last night. ''Hawaiian affairs are new
feature of my department, and I want
to get Information about then
through personal observation. I will
visit each of the Island before return.
"The situation In Hawaii, a far a
the Department of the Interior I con'
cerned," laid he, "I different from
that of this country. The land quei
tlon and kindred subjects are con'
trolled by the Territorial Government,
and my Inspection will be limited to
those matter which come directly
under the away of the Federal Gov
ernment, tuch a lighthoute and ueh
other Federal domain. I probably
will make a report on labor condition
In the Hawaiian Island, but will not
take up question dealing with the ex
elusion act, a thoie belong to a dif
ferent department." Call.
The Chronicle of June 8 says: Sec
retary of the Interior James Itudolph
Garfield arrived in this city last
evening and went direct to tho Mis
sion street wharf, from which ho
was taken on board the battleship
Maine. On this warship ho will.lcave
mis morning at ociock to go-to
Hawaii on an official tour of Inspec
tion of tho Territory, which is now
under the jurisdiction of his depart
ment. Secretary Garfield expects to make
a stay of two weeks on tho islands,
and, according to tho itinerary pro-
pared for him by Governor Frear, be
will be a very busy man during his
visit. He does not expect to settle
any momentous questiono on this
trip, and ho professes to be Ignorant
of any urgent need for Ills services
in Hawaii. He has recently conclud
ed a tour of Arizona and New Mex
ico, looking into such questions as
public lands, forests, natural re
sources, irrigation projects and rec
lamation plans, all of which are part
of his work, and he expects to in
vestigate similar problems on the isl
ands. After he returns to San Fran
cisco he expects to Journey for two
months through tho Western States
and Territories, excluding Alaska,
which Territory he will reserve for a
special trip later. The Philippines
are the only territorial possessions
which are not under the jurisdiction
of the Department of the Interior.
Secretary Garfield says that the
law, passed a year ago, giving tho
supervision of the Territories to the
Department of tho Interior, has sim
plified Immensely the Federal control
of theso possessions. It has central
ized the administration of Federal
matters pertaining to these Territo
ries, and brought about , harmony
where formerly there was much con
fusion and useless expenditure of en.
orgy. Under the system whereby the
head of the department journeys
through these Territories, familiar-
We Now Carry
This is an especially good
number for large, well-built
Izlns himself with conditions mid
needs, tho work In tlicso possessions
has been rewarded with rich rcsulU,
nnd the way Jias been paved, through
the exchange of Ideas and the corre
lating of different Interests, bo that
substantial economic development of
tho Territories is now assured. It is
not at all Improbable that important
changes In existing laws may bo sug
gested from the Secretary's present,
Decauso the disposition of public
lands was reserved by tho Territorial
Government In tho annexation trea
ty, Secretary Gnrflcld does not ex
pect to have to deal with thnt prob
lem at all on his tour of Hawaii. Nei
ther does he expect to touch the
manifold immigration problems. In
the Islands, thnt being tho preroga
tive of the Department of Commerces
nnd Labor. Ho may touch on such
matters as tho enlargement or re
duction of military reservations, but
that will bo morely because Ills de
partment and the War Department
meet on such common ground.
Secretary Garfield Is a man only 43
years of age, but he has nlrcady
crowded Into his career a number of
notablo nchlccmcnts. Heforo being
made Secretnry of tho Interior ho
i.was Commissioner of Corporations
under tho Department of Commerce
and Labor, and It was at that tlmo,
between the ages of 38 nnd 41 years,
that he made his famous fight ngnlnst
tho Standard Oil and carried on his
relentless lnestlgatlon into the em
balmed beef scandal. Detween the
ages of 34 nnd 38 years he was Uni
ted States Civil Service) Commissioner
and between the ages of 31 and 34
he was State Senator from Ohio.
WILCOX IS HERE
On the Manchuria this morning
arrived E. V. Wilcox, who conies hero
to take charge, of the Government Ex
perimental Station. He will take
the place of Dr. Jarcd Smith.
Fin Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin.
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 your watch to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
There is to be a special attraction
at Haleiwa next Saturday night when
the Waialua brass band of thirty-two
pieces will give a moonlight concert.
A dance will be given afterwards.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
Hats, Caps and Straw
941 NUUANU ST
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
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i ' THEY ARE HANDSOME, LIGHT, SERVICEABLE.
Alpaca Coats, in black, grey and pearl.
Serge Coats, in blue, black unline'd.
Just come in and see them for yourself.
M. M'Inerny, Iitcl., Fort and
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi-'
nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey School-.
Church Furn. Co.'i International.
Trenton, 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.
We Maintain .
that it's a poor economy that induces
you to cover a good house with a
poor, low-grade paint that won't last
long, and won't do good service while
it DOES last.
The best economy is to use
Because Its Quality Is Highest
And Most Lasting.
FINE AND FAT
Those shoes you are throwing away
they'll look new when we have re
paired them lor yon.
Men's Soles and Heels $1.25
Ladies' Soles and Heels $1.00
Shoe Repair Shop,
UNION STREET NEAR HOTEL.
There's a new, fresh, crisp lot of
them just in.
Let's Hear From You,
J. M. LEVY & CO.
Back up thl movement to Improve
trt street and sidewalk.
The ONLY Soap
For the Laundry
Ask Your Grocer
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
The British Journal .
Tells everything n;w that lias happened in the line of
Photography during the past year.
It is a compendium of photo views, and has many val
uable suggestions that arc invaluable to amateurs and pro
This year's Almanac tells all about the new color proc
ess in Photography.
The price is 70c. Call and see it or write for one.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
An examination will satisfy you that it is the BEST
refrigerator made; a trial will convince. Let us show you
the new styles,
Thon H noirioo
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