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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JWiY 1, 1008.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dat.'yetery day except Sunday Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, $
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SUBSCRIPTION HATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE'.
Per Month, anywhere In U.S. . .41 .7rt
Ptf Quliln, atiwlirtlnUS. 3.o
ri Vwr. nvheliiU,S. .. H.oo
Per Year postpaid, foreign, 12. of)
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
1 Cl. i Usln
Honolulu 8 response to the large
appropriations made by Congress 13
n record-breaking year for custom-
houso collections. Hawaii lias more
than paid for nil It pets.
What has become of tho search for
the man or men who exploded tho
water-tank of Chief of Detectives
Taylor? Can't tho police department
find the criminals? If not, why not?
JAPANESE AT SEATTLE.
Morc complete details of why tho j
Japanese of Seattle have withdrawn
their children from tho public
schools will be awaited with much
There arc two possibilities: Hither
the Japanese children hi vo found It
unpleasant at tho publl scIiloIh mi
account of outcropplngj of rucl.il
prejudice, or the Japanese nro dis
covering that the influence of the
American public .i-nool Is to mako
their children more American nnd
Seattle Is one of the cities of Uio
Coast that has been represented as
friendly to the Japanese. It lias
been quite unlike San Kranclsco, nnd
many of Its petitions and memorials
have been favorablo to the Japanese
residents. Consequently it Is hard to
believe that these children have beer
It Is very apparent that while the
Japanese aro very Jealous of the roc
ognition of the rights and privileges
granted In the public schools and
properly uo they are nlso very care
ful that the children shall receive a
complete course of Japanese Instruc
tion from Japanese Instructors, Tho
purpose must bo to hold t,ho children
loyal to their native country. Tho
large number of Japanese prlvato
schools In this Territory Is ample ev
idence of this.
It Is unfortunate that any action
should bo taken that will mako the
barriers of prejudlco moro perma
nent. The American public school
will Americanize the children of any
race or nation If given ah even
ATvrlter for Harper's Weekly In
discussing the financial situation re
cently remarked that conditions had
so far returned to normal that they
were abnormal. Tho financial dan
gers were things; of tho past, the
banks were full of money, but very
little of it was going into tho general
arteries of trade, money was cheap
but business dull.
Wo are almost Inclined to think
that Honolulu is having n tasto of
the same thing, although so fur ns
panics are concerned these Islands
have known of thorn only .Indirectly.
In reviewing the general business
condition of the country, however, It
is pleasing to find that tho authori
ties of the mainland aro uniting In n
more cheerful tone. Business is not
lively, but the prospects nro good
and the agricultural outlook Is ex
Henry Clows' latest banking clrcu-
' lar comments as follows;
"Tho ono featuro of oncouragement
which now stands out moro promi
nently than nil others Is the crop
outlook. Present Indications point
.to largo crops of all tho Important
staples. Cotton, wheat, and hay nro
each reported in high condition, nml
with larger ncrcngo the promise Is
almost certain as to a big yield. The
threo summer months aro frequently
periods of deterioration; but, allow
ing for these usual decline, our crops
aro still sure to bo heavy. Doth win
ter nnd spring wheat nro in oxcol
Ient condition, and the outlook, ac
cording to some authorities, Is for n
crop of about 700,000,000 bushels, or
the second-largest on rocord. Dig
pat and hay crops aro also almost
certain. Moreover, there Is nn un-
usual absence of Injury by Insects,
nnd tho ground has been so woll sat
urated as to make damage from
Irouth or hot winds rruch moro re
mote Than usual. Corn Is lato; thoro
Core somewhat uncertain. This Is
our most Important crop; but, ns tho
soil Is generally In goml condition, a"
few weeks of hot weather would
quickly compensate for present bade
Tcr Sl Motitht 41 ,na
Prt Year, iij v. litre In US I.oo
Pel Year, aii here In Canada.. I. no
Per Year postpaid, fotclcn a.oo
rial Rooms, - 185
Office, - 555H
tnttretl at the PfwtofTicr At Honolulu
a Stroud class trntlcr.
JULY 1, 1003
wurdness, nntl there Is no occasion
an jet for any uneasiness In tlilH rc-
sped. Last ear. It will bo lenient-
bcrcd, the crop was late; nevcrthe-
less tho yield was exceptionally
heavy. Our farmers, therefore, nro
practically suro of another profitable
jear, since prices nro high and there
tire no surplus supplies, This Is the
chief basis for tho uncompromising
optimism of the West, which con
trasts 10 pleasantly wltfl the depres
sion still hanging "nor tho Hast.
"General business shows tin Im-
proving tendency. Confidence Is
gaining stcauiiy; unu, while summer
may prove a period of quiet, there
Is well-grounded hope that with a
good harvest, and with political un
certainties out of the way, the vol
ume of trade will show steady Im
provement In tho coming fall and
TELLS OF NATAL SUGAR
(Continued from Pare 1)
blood Dutch girl. He told mo to glvo
that )oung man his warmest person
He recounted the political Bltua
tlbn, showing that now three out of
the flvo colonies, I. c., Capo Colony,
Natal, and tho Transvaal, while they
aro under tho Kngllsh flag, have
Dutch cabinets. The white nnd bluck
race problem Is still existent, In
very acute form, ho said, and riots,
are now In progress. Tho Zulus out
number tho whites about ten to one,
nnd besides this there arc nlimtt 100,
000 Hindus on tho sugar plantations
and In other Industries there. He re
viewed the resources of tho various
FOR a few days only. we will offer
a house and lot at Kapahulu for
800. Size of lot 11,000 sq. ft. Two
bedroom cottage. Former asking
HATES ARE LOW.
Building lot on Pacific
Keighti. One-half acre. Ex
tensive view of city and
Building lot in Manoa
Valley. One of the most de
sirable lots left on the up
per levels. Area of about
an acre. S1600.
House and lot on Pros
pect Street. Modern house,
and lot 75x125. Planted
with choice fruits and
' Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
'7v7ilfafllHBBT COMPANY. "
Chief Justice llaitwcll has given
n decision In tho enscs of 8)o and
Mago. licensed of assaulting with a
dangerous weapon one Henry
Stiange, to tho effect that "an nt
saiilt with a t.hcatlicd cword-enne Is
nn upsiult with n weapon obvloiiBly
and Imminently dangerous to life,"
nml also, on another point, that "a
new Ulnl Is not a matter of right
when the stenographer falls to fllo
his transcribed notes within tho tlmo
Sledded In It. L. Sec. 1800."
James J. Hill, who 't tn his wtv to
Labrador for a liiintli g .md flrhlng
tilp while In Now York predicted
bountiful crops this year despite the
provinces In glowing colors, Dur
ban, In Natal, his adopted home, ho
sa8. Is n good deal like Honolulu.
"Almost Identically tho same prod
ucts are giown,""ho mid, ",ln this
colony as are grown here In Itawuil,
except coconmita anil rnal palms,
which the peoplo do not foein to bo
able to m.tl(c grow there. Natal
iloes a preit deal In tho way of sugar
I wish thnt I could give you home
thing I'l tho wa of definite statistics,
but I cannot. Tho sugar s grown
along the coast lino, and about S mller
'n from tho short
Tho Hon. Mansion
Campbell Ik one of tho dlicctors of
the largest t mil In the colony, nnd I
hae given his names to your secro
tnry so that you can get In communl
c.itlon with him, nnd learn something
of tho sugar Industry in South Africa
At first, every planter owned his
own littlo mill, nnd of course they nil
failed. But tho second generation of
planters, so to speak, wero successful
Tho business Is carried on according
to the central mill plan, which I think
I need hardly to explain. hach grow
er has nis own plantation or Ju
acres or 3000 acres, or G00O acres, its
the caso may bo, and merely takes hli
enno to tho mill nnd rccelies n check
for Bitch nnd such n weight,' and then
tho cano Is processed and made Into
"The profits niado hero falrlj
astound me. I hnvo icmnrketl th.it
my mouth waters hero, not because
of the sugar, but because of tho money
It brings In.
"You have n great advantage here.
Tho Unit i-il States protects tho sugar
Indlustry, and It Is wise to do so. In
South Africa, most of tho sugar pro
duced Is consumed there
'Ten Is produced there extensively.
and I nm surprised that it has not
been tried here. Take my tip, uml try
Ho spoko In high terms of tho pros
pects offered now In Hhodesl.i.
Among tohse present to hear .Mr.
KiisfcI speak weie: Captain I'ciihal
low, Arthur Wall, II. A. .Ionian. On,
President Griffiths, J. I. Conko.hmrf
tnln Lydelker, Chaa. Crane. XI. 1 ll'ili
Inson, P. C. Jones, Chns, Enlilu, V. T
Lucas, Postmaster Pratt, IM Tow-to, J.
W. Jones, W. W. Hall, I'. .1. Lowrey,
G. W. Smith, It. P. Wood, K.'O. Whlto.
President Griffiths, J. P. Cooke, A. L.
C. Atkinson, Judgo Weaver, Jlarston
Campbell, I'. W. Mncfnrlnne, Hobert
Anderson, Marshal Hendry, It. H.
Trent, Frank Athcrton, G. P. Cnstlo
W A, Tone. George Itobertstm, C. K.
Chllils, J W. ltoth. W W. Hall. Itov
Hanna. It. W. Shingle, Edward Pollltz
REDUCED BATES FOR THE
SUMMER AT the VOLCANO HOUSE.
For three months, beginning June
30th, a special ticket will bo issued,
covering a stay of nlno days at ,tho
Volcano Houso, and transportation to
and from that resort, per S. 8. "MAU-
To tho business man or woman,
looking for rest and rccroatlon, tho
Volcano In Its present Intcnso activ
ity, tho many points of Interest In Its
neighborhood, nnd tho cool, Invigor
ating atmosphere of tho mountain at
thnt altitude (4200 ft.), together
with tho comforts of n first-class hos
telry such as the Volcano Houso, of
fer unusual attractions as n placo to
spond tho summer vacation.
For information regarding tho trip
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Wc Now Carry
This is an especially good
number for large, well-built
RELIEVED By PHU-I.
MRS. F.' CARR.
MIIH. F. CAItlt, VIncland, Ont.,
"1'or several years I was nfllictcd with
catarrh, which nuulo life a bunion.
Tho coughing and hacking which ac
companied tho illncnso was tcrrllilo.
"Tho complaint llnally extonded to
tho stomnch and I was in a wretched
"I tried different remedies anil tho
best professional treatment nil In vain.
"Finally, as a Inst resort, 1 tried I'c
runa upon tho recommendation of my
sister in Hamilton.
"I could sco steady Improvement antl
after using four bottles of Hint precious
medicine I win feeling well again, my
old trouble being completely u thing of
"To-day I would not take ono thous
nnd dollars for what this grand medi
cine has dono for me."
l'cruna Is n universally recognised
catarrh remedy, It will relieve catarrh
lulls most obstinate form.
The following wholcsnlo druggist
will supply tho retail trrvto:
Ilcnson, Smith & Co.,
Sjwfi 1md Ufiti
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.
BIG STOCK FINE ASSORTMENT ALL SIZES.
M. M'lnerny, Ltd., Fort and
$15,000. LAHAINALUNA CLAIM
(Continued from Pace 1)
as the condition respecting tho culti
vation of urn ml lllci.ituru and Killtl
fcclenic Is toni.erned u glunco at the
curilculum fo'r 100 and 100C will
show that there Is mi room for the
contention thnt this condition lias
Tho court also says: "Whllo wo
base our decision upon the consider
ation of the substantial lights in
volved, wo yro also of the opinion
that the present plaintiffs tuo not
entitled to maintain this action."
The findings or the (unit aro brief
ly set down In the syllabus as fol
lows: Tho nyllabus says:
Contracts conjunction of condi
tion: A condition attached to the
transfer of n school that tho grantco
tdiall not teach or a'low to bo taught
i.ny lcllglous tenet or doctrlno con
trary to thuso thcrctnforo Inculcated
by tho grantor nnd siimnnrls-ed In Iho
correspondence. Is not. as interpreted
by surrounding (IrcuniRtinccs mid
siibsotpicnl practice, -biokcn by a
course of htudy Including morning and
tvcillitg priycr, compulsory attend
anco at Sunday school with pic'p.ini;
llun or tho International Sunday
Miinol lesorns, ititd runipiilKiiiy tit
tendance at C'hil3llan Kndcavur cor
cIkcm. Contiacts construction of condi
tion; A condition (hut n school shall
be continued us nn Institution for Iho
cultivation of Bound lllei-aturo mid
tolld science Is bntlsfled by a curricu
lum Including classic and modem lit
erature, geography, physiology, his
tory, agriculture, arithmetic, bookkeep
ing, algebra nnd geometry.
DcciIf construction: A claim for a
liquidated sum of money, arising ns
nn uitcrnntlvo from tho icriisal of u
third party to comey land upon con
dition bioken. Is not nsslgned by u
previous conveyance of all lauds In or
to which tho grantcr has any claim or
JAPS HOLD FOURTH SPORTS
Tho Hawaiian Japanese Dally
Chroiilclo will give n big Fourth of
July hpoit fest at Moanulun Satur
day, for Its cmplojcs, the Spocjo ban
kers, stockholders, and japancso mer
chants, .lapaneso spoits will be In
dulged In," u limn held, and other
things dono for the amusement of
thws who attend.
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; also new jersey sciiooi
Church Furn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Imnoits to order.
- Tkos. G. Thrum. .
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
These PAJAMAS never rip or tear.
They always feel comfortable because
they're cool and light.
We have them in Flannel, Madras,
Cotton, and Cheviot.
I Iff WW I'll M f I II W m
$3.50 and $4.00
Bring Your Old Shoes; We'll Repair Them In A Jiffy!
REGA3L SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, cor. KING and BETHEL STS.
HE IATEST and
or na d-Alade
f rw a
POST CARDS in Hawaiian Yiews Flowers
and Fruits at
Weedon's Curiosity Bazaar
Alakea St,, bet. King and Merchant
Baffle the Ice Man
' They arc built to cut down the
.consumption of Ice and save Cold -Cash
to the Consumer.
The EDDY is built throughout for
Economy and Cleanliness, and excels
H Davies & Co.,
ordering that SIGN-BANNER or DECORATION for Fleet
ALOHAS PORTRAITS ANY DESIGN done by
Tom Sharp,, t , '
will "MAKE A HIT,"
IIMiHiMB IMMiHblil ili
For Men and
In this season's
Rcgals, you have an
unlimited choice of
distinct style shapia.
never chafe at the
heel because they
are made over spe
cial Oxford lasts
not over high shoe
lasts. They fit
smoothly over ankle
Regal Quarter Siz
es insure Perfect Fit
a w d perfect fit
t nnd Ilcgal Quality
insure the retaining
of the Custom Shape
till jour Rcgals wesr
and i'aintod LliiltlbK
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