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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, TjII., THUnSDAY.JUNE 18, 1008.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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TAIT FOR PRESIDENT.
The. nomination of Secretary Taft
has been to long assured that tho
actual fact comes no one of the Inci
dents In the natural courso ot
Krom Hawaii's tdamlpolnt the
nomination of Mr. Taft Is a victory
for "blc Americanism."
We shall have a man at the head
of the Nation who knows the Blze ot
the Nation by lntlmato acquaintance
with Its farthest outposts. He un
derstands tho situation fn tho Pa
cific, whero tho futuro ot tho coun
try Is fraught with great possibili
ties. He Is tho typo of man who satis
fies the present-day demand ot broad
minded leadership. Ho la n "big
American" and a mighty good one.
SAME OLD STORY.
The abusive morning papsr now
tags tho 11 u 1 1 o t.l n as tho Brewery
It the D u 1 1 o 1 1 n had written tho
letter which Theodore Hlchards wrote
to Senator Coelbo In tho cause ot Lo
cal Option, It would possibly have
been highly moral. Dut wo nro hap
py to say the B u 1 1 o 1 1 n la not in
the business ot moralizing by letters
of such character.
It the Uu'llotln were to sug
gest that although n railroad fre
quently kills men, women, and chil
dren, It should rocelto common jus
tice at the hands of the people, the
Horning Calf-Tender would probably
ay "H-a-a, the railroad organ. "
It the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n were to suggest
that the program of the Local Op
tlonlsts as talked by the radicals pre
sumes that tho option operates only
one way, the truth would and does
make tho organ ot prejudice and
It wag ever thus.
If the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n were to sug
gest that tho Advertiser la honest,
the response would be something like
tblsi "We're hypocrites and always
6ARFIELD AND EUROPEANS.
The 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n ' s reference to
the 100,000 tourists and 100,000 Eu
ropean immigrants for Hawaii has
brought forth a somewhat remark
able utterance from the morning pa
per on what Hawaii has not and what
It can't get, but should havo.
The tone ot the comment Is of the
nature to suggest abuse from tho
aamo old source.
Mr. Secretary Garfield ts told that
100,000-tourlst talk Is nonsense 'and
sation Is a part of the foudal gang's
campaign to head off the American
We don't know what the feudal
gang's campaign is, but it there' Is
any truth in the Advertiser's state
ment it Is very Important, and we
;J- have no doubt that Mr. Garfield, be
ing on the ground, can learn for him
self. One hundred thousand tourists is
a "whole lot" more than we nro like
ly to receive In the Immediate fu
ture. But It Is a first-class Ideal to
build to, and we are very certain
that Secretary Garfield Is Interested
In anything that Interests Hawaii.
One hundred thousand European
immigrants for 'Hawaii Is also a
"whole lot," but thero we have an
other very good ideal to build to. Mr.
Wheeler, recently appointed to the
Department ot Commerce and Labor,
has been preaching the European
immigrant doctrine to the people, of
the Pacific Coast ever since he was
Appointed to office. It European Im
migrants are good for California they
ought to help Hawaii. We know
they will help Hawaii. We believe
Mr. Oarttold Is so well satisfied ot
this tact that there Is no occasion for
L With 10.000 tourists and 10.000
European Immigrants the conditions
In' the Territory of Hawaii would bo
revolutionized for tho better.
And these tourists nnd these Eu
ropean immigrants would In no way
interfere with the American farmers
whom some of our now converts to
Americanism claim that they want.
Garfield can Bee that. Every man ot
Per Yer,tiy here In U.S I.oo
Pel Year, anyuhrre In Canada... f.Ko
PcrYcar pcitpalj, foreign 3,ou,
Et.irretl at tlic roitofTiCf at Honolulu
nt-conti class milter.
JUNE 18, 1908
common sense understands the du
bious position of tho persons spcnl--Ing
through the morning paper, when
they lambast and scatter slops ot In
nuendo over any and all who discern
In their "small-farmer" enthusiasm,
mbtorfuge and hypocrisy. Tills Is
the same outfit that wont on record
as believing that the California me
chanic might do this "community
more harm than good." This, when
the development of Pearl Harbor
Beemod to offer a prospect ot adding
a few American mechanics to the
The Americans ot Hawaii would
not be complaining ot Oriental com
petition It thcro were 100,000 Euro
pean Immigrants or 10,000 Europcau
Immigrants In Hawaii. And tho Ori
ental now here would not suffer.
With any sizeable part of 100,000
European Immigrants In this Terri
tory, tho men who want tho Territory
Americanized would be saved tho ex
hibition of lands allotted to home
stoadcni being worked by a subject
race, and merely repeating the over
lord and gang-labor problem found In
the present largo industries, and
which It Is the hope ot nil may b
Wo aro pleased that Mr. Garfield
Is here to see tor himself.
Wo doubt 'thnt ho will find nny se
rious opposition to the European Im
migration In 10,000 and 100,000 lots
or to tourists In the same proportion,
among the citizens ot this Territory
who' have been foremost In working
out American Ideals.
If In the estimation of Mr. Garfield
or any other man, 100,000 European
Immigrants and 100,000 tourists for
Hawaii is Treason,
Let It go at that!
FOR a few days only we will offer
a house and lot at Kapahulu for
800. Size pf lot 11,000 sq. ft. Two
bedroom cottage. Former asking
KAPAHUIU lot 11,000 iq. ft.
iwo bedroom cottage ?l,iuu.
PUNCHBOWL SLOPE Prospect St.
Lot 75 x 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 t
Sjwfi 1wid &o.
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HIL ON II
Kim Moon Sung, n Korean who was
brought over from Maul by Deputy
Marshal Harry Holt this morning, ts
Recused of Impersonating a United
States Deputy Marshal there, and at
tempting to collect money as mich
He will probably plead guilty.
Marshal Hendry waB Informed of
tho llttlo bit of character acting that
tho clever young Korean was doing
on tho other Island by u letter, and he
Immediately wirelessed back that the
man be placed under arrest. This was
done, nnd Harry Holt was sent to
bring him back. The chup Is bright
looking and roads and writes English.
Ho was ono of tho first batch ot Ko
reans that camo to tho Islands.
(Continued from Pace 1)
lows who have tho stocks went to
hold onto them and the men who are
in the market to buy feel that the
present rates nro high enough. So
there It hangs. The market Is not
weak but It Is not active.
Savings bank deposits are said to
have Increased In tho last three
months and the number of general
depositors In the other banks have
Increased slightly In number, but it
Is said that the Increase In the gen
eral total ot banking deposits has
not been large, In fact Is unexpected
ly Email.' Why this shftuld be so nt
a tlmo when so many dividends are
being paid on stocks generally held,
Is one of tho problems tho specialists
aro trying to solve. But the fact
that the prlco of loans Is coming
town would Buggest thnt the money
To Visit the
Only $25.00 the
Steamer MAUNA KEA leaves. Ho
nolulu Friday evening, June 10th,
and returns Monday morning, June
2 2d. Only two days away from the
Nearly 24 hours at the
Nearly 24 hours at the Crater!
Territorial Surveyor Wall nays
"There were 17 acres of real, active
fire In the pit ot Halemaumau last
We Now Carry
This is an especially good
number for large, well-built
li finally getting lulo the Imnkn.
Tho. conBcnmiH of opinion Is thai
a great deal of money has gone to tho
mainland . for the purchase ot Hawai
ian securities. LoCal people won't
sell nnd the buyers go Into the main
land market, nnd that takes the mon
ey out of Honolulu. Over halt the
money received from tho sale ot tho
Mahukn slto Is said to have gone
abroad. During Mny, one brokerage
concern alone brought down Hawaii
an stocks from the Coast for more
than n hundred thousand dollarx. A
largo amount of money la also said
to be going luto bond Issues
Tle coin going out of the Territory
nnd tho Investment In bonds instead
uf now enterprises Is said by nonio
of the street experts to bo tho reason
why the nmount of money known to
have como Into tho Territory from
the sugar crop, docs not mnko moro
of n showing among tho people.
(Continued from Pace' 1)
Btrcets for the purpose of supplying
oil from the oil tanks at Iwllel to
tho company's works nt tho corner
of Alakea and ltalckauwlla streets.
The Public, Works Department ap
proved of the plan on tho condition
that the company promise to place
the street In repair after laying the
pipe, which It had promised to do.
Tho request was granted.
Harvey asked that ho bo granted a
leave ot absenco for five weeks in or
der to allow htm to nttend the Dem
ocratic National Convention nt Den
ver. The following pay rolls wero pass
ed: Itoad department, $1,745.17.
Oarbago department, $134. GO.
Ewa road district, $1,010.00.
Want more privileges.
Editor Evening Hullo tin:
Will you kindly publish tho following:
Sinco. our arrival hero wo find out
that mostly all tho sports that a sail
or coud find aro Closed down, all on
account of a fow men. If this com
munity will stand for two such fannt
Ics then I will say there aro but few
Independent men In this town. I will
predict thero will bo lots of trouble
If the blucJnckctH are not allowed
more privileges In this town than they
nro today. '
W. P. HKARD,
U. S. S. Maine.
A spdclaU'mootlng of tho Rlvoraldo
Baseball League was held at 12. ".0
this afternoon iu the oIHo.m of A. !.. C.
Atkinson. , It was decided to neat
pono tho game, next Sunday, Juno 20,
out of respect to tho m-jnury ot the
lato I'rlnco David., , Present virj S. P.
Corrca. E. S, KongLW'ous Tim Clung,
Mori Tnl. N. K. Hoppill, DcnJ. Knno
and K. Yasumorl and Bernard Kulo
kollo. Miss Edn-. Spring, Colton society
belle, who uloped with married man.
sayB slto will stick to him when ho
gets out of jail.
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A gentle shake will not put it
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