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EVENING, BULLETIN, HONOLBLO, T. It.! TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908.
W :-u:4.- -
DAILY and WEEKLY Publiihtd by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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. Pnrrlngton,
Pef Month, ftnywhtre In U.S. .,. 7ff
Per Qunncr, nywhtr In V.S 3.ou
H.VBir,"nhncliiO.S. ... tt.uo
, Per Yer, pottpRid, foreign IS.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
( Editorial Rooms,
HAWAII'S INCREASING TRADE.
The upccu with which tho MlRnr It is a dangerous thing to fetter a
crop has gone forward to market this store with a lot of baseless fears of
year Is demonstrated In tho figures Is- what might happen; to dread what
sued by tho Department of .Commerce might follow tho exercise, of ordinary
and Labor for the month of April, aggressiveness and enterprise. A3n
During April of this )car tho sugar dcr such conditions, the merchant's
shlnmcnts for tho month were $5,- Policy Itself Is tho very worst calam-
27&.707. ns against $3,349,322. for
; last year. A share of this difference
Unrepresented In tho higher price,
bift by welcht tho shipments aro 797.-
40G,94G. pounds In 190S as ngalnstho patronago of thoso people who
C87.6CS.661. pounds In 1907. do no' read advertising. These, how-
The same tables show that tho ever, aro so scarco In this city that
Territory has done a rushing bust- if tey all patronized ono store they
ncss In shipments of mcrchnndUo could not support It.
both to and from the mainland. Our I The merchant who ndvcrtlsos nde
total out-going shipments for luatcly builds upon his hopes, not
tho ten months ending last April upon his fears. Confident and ng.
wero valued at S30.SGG.r,17. Tho gresslvo advertising makes store
same ten months of the previous ear management a business fit for men-
show merchandise shipments valued
at $21,467, 27.1. Tho Increased In
come of Hawaii for tt.oso ten. months
was nearly ten millions of dollars.
Hawaii's purchases from the main
land have continued to Increase al
though not in tho same proportion,
the advance being not quite a million
It Is well known, however, I
that the increased purchasing power I
would not show Itself in purchases
for somo months to come.
Our purchases from Japan havo
continued to increase, but hero again
tho proportion of Increaso has not
been kept up to tho record of former
years. At the present rato our ship
ments from Japan will soon reach
two millions a year. They are now
valued at more than n million and a
half for ten months ending with
HONOLULU AND HIGH CLASS
The people of the city of Honolulu
who are forover complaining because
Honolulu docs not havo first-class at
tractions should read, mark, learn, ,
and Inwardly digest the letter of W.
D. Adams In which ho announces that
lng Is "off,
Mr. Adams has met tho cxperlcnco
of all too many who have gono before
In .trying to satisfy a demand In this
city (or high-class attractions. Tho
people will support tho artist if it
happens to be, convenient, but, they
are so fickle that tho local manager
takes his financial llfo in his hands
every tlmo ho enters upon a project
which meets the criticism that Ho
nolulu "never has nnythlng and th6re
Is nothing good to go to."
History has too often recorded that
Honolulu will turn out In the nilddlo
ot the day and fill tho Opera House to
overflowing for a passing minstrel
show. But when a well-known n
tlst Is brought to tho city to serious
ly make a business ot giving tho peo
ple a short season ot high-class mu
sic, there are "other engagements" or
something Is the matter somewhere,
and the local manager foots up a
This is not always true. Tho ex
ceptions furnish tho reason why Ho
nolulu.does notJiavo moro courageous
'it Is ono thing to talk ot what Is
wanted, and another to back It up.
Madame Arral Is Quito the finest vo
calist Honolulu has over heard, yet
Honolulu has had so many "other en-'
gagements" that it could supply only ,
halt a house.
Still they say that local managers
have no courage, and Honolulu dc
serves better than It gets.
NOWADAYS PERILS OF MER
CHANTS. The real danger In managing a
store, nowadays. Is that It will get
into a rut. The merchant who Is
afraid to make a nolso; who dreads
the day his bills fall duo; who Is
afraid to spare money for advertis
ing; who devotes most of his time to
watching little things, to worrying
about trifles, ho'ls In danger.
In effect, he Is trying to found and
build a store on his fears, not on his
aspiration; on misgivings, not on
confidence. Ho forgots that (ear Is n
destroyer not n builder; that nils-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rr SI Months a ,Ko
Ttr Year, nyuheteliiUS I.oo
Pel Ytar, inyvthreln Canadt... I. Ho
PtrYcar poituild, foreign a.oo
ttitrrcJ at the roalofficp at Honolulu
it-corn. clai matter.
JULY 7, 1908
glvlngs will iul down thnt which
confidence would liulld to comiilctlon.
lty that could happen to the store.
Such n policy places a store, in tho
position of depending upon location,
chances of various kinds; and upon
'cn or nerve, resources, red blood
Temperatures G a. m., 72; S a. m.,
75; 10 n. m., 75; noon, 77; morning
Barometer, 8 a. ni 30.10; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 a. in., 5.S01 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m
ui per cent; now point, s a. m., ui.
Wind G n. m., velocity 2; direction
K.; 8 a. m., velocity 8, direction N. E.;
10 a. m.. velocity 8, direction N. E.J
noon, velocity 10, direction N.
Rainfall during 24 houra ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 16G miles.
Section Director, U. S. 'Weather
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
price ? liuu.
King Street $22.30
Keeaumoku Street 40.00
Kalakaua Avenue $25.00
Beretania Street $35.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Makiki Street $27.50
Fensacola Street $15.00
Aloha Lane $16.00
Matlock Avenue . . .., $22.50
Lunalilo Street .' $16.00
Nuuanu Avenue $25.00
Pawaa Lane $25.00
Fiikoi Street $27.50
Fensacola Street v$35.00
MAKIKI STREET. Two bedroom
cottage and lot 53x134... $2500.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
1 1 RATES ARE LOW.
mk Wf" M
Sjild 1jm LqM
SAME ASJD. B. DID
Editor Evening Bulletin:
In a copy of the E v o n I n g Bul
letin of 20 tli Inst. I havo read,
with somo interest a letter by Hd.
II. In regard to tho prospects of emi
grants to Australia, and quite coin
cide with his opinions ot tho coun
try, nnd may appropriately add more.
The enticing descriptions, and ad
vantages, printed to encourage visit
ors to that country, aro moro or less
romance, but good for tho Canadian
The fare to Australia is quite reas
onable, and accommodations good,
but the return faro is cxorbltantt.
Tho accommodations on tho Aus
tralian coastal boats arc good, but
tho management, or mismanagement,
of baggage, on both lines ot boats. Is
bad, as there Is no check system,
one's baggage being dumped on tho
whnrf, with no protection against
weather, or misappropriation, and, It
the passenger docs not continually
watch his baggage, nnd continually
tip someone to handlo It, he may eas
ily loso It.
This also applies to the railroads
In Australia, which aro thirty years
behind tho times. Only thn most 10
ccnt cars havo any sanitary conve
niences, and tho supply ot drinking
water Is generally In a ennvns bag
with a tin can, hung outsldo of tho
The old compartment cars nro In
general vogue, and passengers locked
The city of Brlsbnne, with n popu
lation of about 120,000, has no sew
er system, and this Is the enso with
REDUCED RATES FOR THE
SUMMER AT the VOLCANO HOUSE.
For three months, beginning June
30th, a special ticket will be Issued,
covering a stay ot nine days at the
Volcano House, and transportation to
and from that resort, per S. S. "MAU-
To the business matt or woman,
looking tor rest and recreation, the
Volcano In Its present Intense activ
ity, the many points ot Interest In Its
neighborhood, and the cool, Invigor
ating atmosphere of the mountain at
that altitude (4200 ft.), together
with the comforts of a first-class hos
telry such as tho Volcano House, of
fer unusual attractions as a placo to
spend the summer vacation.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST C0MFANY.
We Now Carry
This is an especially good
number for large, well-built
nil the towns In Queensland, over
which I-, traveled.
I am an Englishman, bom nnd
raised, nnd havo travelled extensively
over tho United States nnd many for
eign countries, Including China, Ja
pan, tho 1'hlllpplncs, nnd Now Zcal
ntiil. As an American citizen, ot
nbout 20 years; 1 warn my fellow
cttlzcns not 'to'tnko much stock In
tho romantic 'accounts of Austrnlln,
ns ninny will lie disappointed, nnd
waste tlmo nnd money, by going
there. Tho Colony of Queensland Is
probably the richest ot all, but badly
managed, by n dog-ln-the-mnngor
policy, and visitors, unless they nio
known to hnvo plenty of money and
high-class letters of Introduction, arc
given the "cold shoulder," nnd the
I returned .here about six weeks
ago after spending flvo months In
Austrnlln. I am, sir,
II. N. MOrtCB, C. E.
Honolulu, June 28, '08.
AUSTRALIA 0. K.
Editor Evening Bulletin;
In answer to our friend, who fortun
ately had the good graco to write
nnonomously, nnd who should have
headed ids article "Sidelights of a
Failure," I wish to say that his re
marks with regard to Americans be
ing mndo unwelcome In Australia Is
without foundation as tho largo tcpro
pollution of 'commercial Interests In
tho commonwealth well know.
Australia ns a country can speak
for Itself and tho writer's version
hardly agrees wfth'tho following clip
ped from tho July number of "Jlun-
"Tho thoughtful stranger who visits
Australia for tho first tlmo Is most Im
pressed by the extraordinary possibil
ities of tho young commonwealth. The
fcouthwestern country contains mil
lions of acres ot fruitful land which
can grow almost anything, and whlct
aro still practically undeveloped. Here
Is room for great micoii und cntllt
lanches, for farms whoso rich virgin
soil has not yctibcen scratched by tho
hno or cloven by tho plow. Even such
great cities as Sydney and Melbourne
i-acu Willi a population " muro man
half a million souls, represent only a
beginning. Tho samo is still more
truo ot Adelaide, and Hnbart, nnd Brisbane.-'
"Tho tlmo Is not far distant when
Australia's potential wealth will be
come" nctual, nnd when Iho sparsely
bcttlcd continent will teem with a
great population. For, llko tho Unit
ed Stntes, It Is a land or opportunity,
a land thnt faqps lint tho past, but n
sylcndld nnd triumphant future."
It Is a pity, that weak specimens nf
humanity whb nro nfrald of mopqultoes
and files aro over allowed to leavo
their mother's' apron strings and a
godsend tor alt; young countries that
tho pioneers ,arc not mado ot such
stuff. ,. ,.
Makawcll, Kauat, Juno 30, '08.
NOW WILL THE AUSTRALIAN
TRAVELER BE GOOD?
Editor Kvonlng llullotln:
Seeing that tile article written by
tho "thing" that signs itsolf Hd. 11.
has not been answered I would just
llko to give vent to my pent-up feel
ings. Not knowing who tho "thing"
Is I should Imaglne-ho Is some miser
ablo hobo who went down there to
mako his way without stamina and
brains nnd when ho found that he
was not accepted he thought ho was
very greatly wronged. After read
ing tho nrttclo through, I havo come
to the conclusion that hn is some
Eorn head who from tho very depth
of his heart Is a liar. Hoping thnt
my compliments nbovo will bo paid
(o him through your vnluablo paper,
Ewa. Juno 29th, 1908.
The Weekly Edition ot the Ev.nlno
bulletin gives a complete summary ot
ho ntw of the 1v.
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 ns.
H. F. Wichman & to.
M. M'lnemy, Ltd., 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.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination - Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given." Imports to order.
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands-
150 different titles, all Standard
Fopular Novels that generally sell
at $1.50, now 75c each.
400 Copies On Sale.
Hawaiian News Co.,
1929 KALAKAUA AVENUE.
CHAS. R. ROE
PATENTS Applied For
GENERAL BUSINESS MAN
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
Before Shown 'Here.,
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cents
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W, W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
At Short. Notice, and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone 575.
Bamboo 'Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
003 B. MSKEXANIA SI
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretaci
BULLETIN A08. PAY
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.
FINE ASSORTMENT ALL SIZES.
New Regal Styles for Ladies
' $3.50 and $4.00
. NY0UR OLD SHOES. REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, cor. KING and BETHEL STS.
Baffle the Ice Man
They are built to cut down the
consumption of Ice and save Cold
Cash to the Consumer.
The EDDY is built throughout .for
Economy and Cltanliness'an'd excels '
all others. ?
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.,
ordering that SIGN-BANNER or DECORATION for Flcit
ALOHAS PORTRAITS ANY DESIGN done by
will "MAKE A HIT."
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 .KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
Wc have a largo new stock of Re
gals for ladies, in High and Low
shoes. They are all of the latest
new shapes in Toe, Hcelyamp, and
They arc just in the cases arc
now being opened and there arc
none like them anywhere else in Ho
nolulu. These shoes arc all made in the
KegarCustom Style, of First-Grade
material throughout and handsome
finish. They're built right, and the
quarter sizes insure you a perfect fit
from toe to heel.
NANIWA & CO.,
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
HAVE YOU TRIED
J. M. LEVY & CO.
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