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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1908.
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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Farrlnuton.
Prt Month anywhere In US .. .7
Per (Juatler, anywhere In U S .... a.oo
Per ear, anvhere InU S ...... ti.oo
Per Year, putipatd. foreign, !3.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory
Li. I Editorial Rooms.
l Tlio 11 u 1 I e 1 1 n has received a
f communication from John Kmmeluth
on thcilnnd question tbut will appear
In ti Liter' Issue.
This la the evening when the Re
jitibllcatiH of Onlni are called upon
to noinlnato precinct offlcere. The
attendance nt these meetings will be
a forecast of whether the coming
campaign la to be a stay-at-home
quarrel, or mi honest endeavor of
well-meaning citizens to do their
fchare lii the work of government. At
tend jour precinct meeting and get
Into tlit) habit of performing a civic
dut In'nrnnly st)lc.
'FREE MR RIDES
Free transportation for the enlisted
mon of the Fleet on our street-cara
ehould bu provided oen (it the ex
pense of two Finance Committees and
someone committing les niajestc.
No single project that has been put
before tlio Fleet Committee has at
tracted moro favorable comment
among tlio men and firms who con
tributed the largest sums of money
for Fltet entertainment. The open
door lo the street-cars will enable
the men to go where they please
wiicn,they please, while on shore. It
theyhuve Bpcnt their money on the
Coast,'' they will still bo In a position'
to scejllonolulu thoroughly and have
u good time.
Tlm't they shall hae a good time la
Honolulu's chief aim.
. Ghn tlio-- men the freedom of the
.dtreetjears. They will appreciate it
more than all the dancing and tlie
prancing that can be Invented. To
see Honolulu thoroughly is to gain a
favorable Impression and send home
good reports on the civilized charac
ter ofj this much-praised, much-mis-
BRYAN, A WONDER. '
Tin! nomination of William J. Bry
nn foL the third timo as the Demo
cratic candidate for President is a re
markable victory for one of the coun-
i try's most rqiuarknble men.
No man within our borders haa
& been more maligned, more bitterly
'attacked, or more heaitlly feared as
n disturber and exponent of evil and
dangerous doctrines than Drjan. Yet
? he comes to the front on this occasion
L with a more united party than he has
had In any previous canvass, and
more generally respected for his hon
esty of mistaken opinion.
He, Is Indeed a wonderful man, and
: his success In convincing such a large
number of people that he Is not.reat-
ly a reincarnated devil seeking to de-
I ftfrnvl (hn Kntlnn In Tint thn tannr nt
E his accomplishments.
He has improved with age. He has
profited by political adversity and,
although he will not be elected Pres
ident, the belief In Hawaii undoubt
edly Is that he will come nearer it
than ever before In his career.
What a glorious mesa the "reform
administration" of the Police Depart-
ment'ls making of It!
The fist-fight among the men of the
f force has brought out the very Inter
esting fact that the police force la so
thoroughly divided against Itself that
the members of the warring factions
are on speaking terms only when con
ducting official business.
Finally comes the resignation of
the Chief of Detectives, who has been
. 'pjuyod up as committing all the won-
I' droua feats that ever happened since
juwaer wuit u pup. JIB llTBl un-
I nountcs his resignation to his news-
paper and then to the reform Sheriff,
who, among other things, asks him It
If the reports of graft are what caused
Now why does the reform Sheriff
"suggest the reports of graft?
- Ilut'lt Is not the talk of graft that
Jeads the 'Chief whose picture has
adorned so many Coast papers to
quit, It's the dynamite!
Perhaps on the dynamite question
"the'Chlef" Is right, after all. He
believes what a great many people In
JlonuiUlU uo not, inai u was inueea
Sdynanilte that exploded his water
issued on Tuesday of each woek.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE,
WBBKLY BULLETIN '
Per ill Month , ( ,n0
Per Year, anywhere In U S I.ou
Pel Year, anywhere In Canada .. i.llu
Per Year ntpltl, loreltn. ...... a.uo
Cntercd it the Poitoff.ee at Ifonolutn
m ttcoml-ctast nutter.
JULY 10, 1908
ought to be able to run down the
dynamiter, and, If he can't, he ought
to quit. To be entirely fair, it Is
possible that detectives cannot ferret
out their own cases any more than
lawjers can defend themsehes or doc
tors take their own pills, lie thjs ns
it may, Taj lor. although he has talk
ed ery frcel), has not said so.
MeHnvMle the snfetl of the town
and the icdponslblllty for landing
dynamlteis Is placed upon the noble
Jack KalaKlel.i, who learned fits trade
under the terrible Drown.
Also meanwhile, the Sheriff who
can't reform or keep discipline In his
own force Is reforming the town, ex
cepttng tire property-owning member
of the reform organization whose
name the reformers oted should bo
kept out of the papers.
DR. WILCOX ON ORGANIZATION
Director Wilcox of the Federal Ae-
rlcultural Experiment Station struck
n key-note when he urged upon his
audience at the Commercial Club the
necessity for organization among
Without organization thev am on-
eratlng under a tremendous handicap
In marketing their produce, a'nd in
The Buccess of the sugar Industry
In these Islands is a tribute to the
principle pf organization. Without It
the plantations of the Territory
would be sending their sugars to var
ious buyers with the nrosuect of est-
ting, in the majority of Instances, the
The coffee Industry languished
largely on account of a lack of organ
ization among those interested In the
development of the coffee areas. Act
ing as a unit. It Is possible though
we confess it Is hard to overcome the
YS X. JiT m .. iii..
Kins; Street $82.50
Keeaumoku Street 140.00
Emma Street 150.00
Kalakaua Avenue 185.00
Beretania Street 135.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Kinau Street 130.00
Kakiki-StTeet . .' 137.60
Pensacola Street $15,00
Aloha Lane $18,00
Matlock Avenue $82.50
Lunalilo Street 116.00
Nuuanu Avenue $25.00
Pawaa Lane' $25.00
Piikoi Street $87.50
Pensacola Street $35,00
MAXIKI STREET. Two bedroom
eottare and lot 53 z 134. . .$2500.
Comer Fort and Merchant Streets.
' RATES ARE LOW.
l 3 RBmjSUSL
into ., -v r
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Sjwnk mk ftaffll
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competition with South America
that the coffee-growers might hnve
recovered from the blight of low
prices by getting together and estab
lishing the superiority of their uranu
In mainland markets.
The pineapple ranchmen nt the
present day are In n position to lose
thousands of dollars by n cut-throat
marketing policy of each for himself
and the devil take the last. These
men, however, have taken the prelim
inary steps to protect themsehes In
the markets, and If 'they act with the
wisdom expected they will make their
organization more effective as time
Rcncflts of association are not
solely confined to the corrections und
protections needed in handling the
products of Hawaii on tlio. mainland.
There Is much to do right here.
Local organization can settlo many
problems of transportation, storage,
and local marketing thnt are very Im
portant factors in the supply of our
own demands with locally grown
There Is "something the matter"
when butter made in Olaa costs more
in Honolulu than the butter made In
California, two thousand miles away.
The first cost Is not larger., Trans
portation Is what tells, and while the
local transportation lines are not dts-
rrltnlnnf Int. nfrnlnar nnr nwti tuwlfiln
organized effort would reach tlio bot
tom of the trouble and correct It.
If Dr. Wilcox succeeds In planting
organization seeds and making them
bear fruit, so that our products may
be handled advantageously In our1
own markets as well as the mainland,
he will have done a great work for
. Another $25.00
To give the officers and men of the
Fleet an opportunity to visit the Vol
cano during Its present activity, a
special excursion will leave Honolulu
per S, S. "MAUNA KEA"' '
FRIDAY EVENINO, JULY 7TH,
and, returning, will arrive
MONDAY. MOBNINCr, JULY 20TH.
A limited number of townspeople
and others will be given' the oppori
tunlty to accompany the party; per
sons wishing to make the trip should
book at once with
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Agent, for KILAUEA VOLCANO
HOUSE COMPANY, LTD.
FLEET HATS $1.28
FLEET WAISTS $1.50
SILK FLAGS 20o up
CANES WITH FLAGS !25e
CANES WITH PENNANTS 25o
NAVAL CAP BANDS, for all the
Ships in the Fleet 50o
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Temperatures 0 a, m , 73; 8 a. m ,
77; 10 n m, 77; noon, 70; morning
Rarometjpr, Sn.ni, 30 06; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in , C 074 grntns per
cubic foot; rclntlve humidity, 8 a, m,
07 per cent dew point, 8 it. in , 05.
Wind C a, m , velocity 3, direction
I".; S n. m , velocity 0, direction E ;
10 a. in , velocity 9, direction i: ; noon,
velocity 8, direction I.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m , .00 Inch;
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended At noon, 190 miles.
WM. IT. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
Editor Evening 1) it llctl n:
The recent report appearing in a local
piper that "Tho Navy Department
1 at been in receipt of unofficial com
munications from tho Australian
(lovernment offering to furnish with
out cost the coat required during th:.1
vlmt of the command in Australian
vntirs",. Is evidently very unofficial.
When the report was published thnt
tin U. S. authorities were to coal the
fleet by means of colliers the Sy.t-
.it j papers were full of "Interviews"
fioni the Austrnllun coal owners ex
plaining that they had made enorm
ous preparations for the supply of Mia
licet and that they could not under
fill! nd such treatment. In placo of of
fering to make tho licet a present of
the coat they expected to reap a rich
harvest from'the sale of coal used nnd
estimates Were given of the amount
rtculred for the fleet's use. Any file
ot Sjdney papers will bear nut my
statement. ''The visit ot tho fleet to
Australian, wuters, may he of great
educational value to the Command
nnd again It niny- not. At any rate
they will learn that In all of the bars
and drinking resorts thnt It Is con
sidered highly respectable for )oung
women to stand behind tho bar and
nerve out drinks and pull beer han
dles for the relief of the thirsty.
Honolulu July 9, '08.
CULQ0A JOINS U. S. SHIPS
(Continued from Faze 1)
and other operators with strong
enough apparatus To catch the mes
sages. With her was expected tho Relief,
hospital ship, but the Inttcr will prob
ably not mnko port until late this af
The Culgon, In charge of Lieuten
ant Commander J. I). Patton, Is one
of the lnmest otthia auixlllnrv licet.
and apparently light, Except by tho
stern, whero she is low. She brings
nbout 1500 tons of beet nnd other
food supplies, of the same general na
ture, as those of tluj Glacier.
Ily wireless she signaled last even
ing for 400 tons -of coal, nnd thlt
morning the men vrcre busy getting
this Into her bunkers. It represents
what she burned on the way down.
The Culgon Is equipped with wire
less. Her Instrument sends about 800
miles, or, rather, that Is tho bert
it has jet done. With receiving It
haa gone better, with, about 1100
miles to Its credit.
'The Culgoa made an unsuccessful
attempt or two to get the Knhuku
station to answer, nnd did not know
on arrival whether any messages had
been heard thero or nof. Difficulty,
In fact, was experienced In talking at
all with the operators here, owing
probably to adverse atmospheric con
ditions. The officers of the Culgoa are: J.
D. Patton, Lieut. Commander U. S.
N., commanding; L. J. Connelly,
Lieut. U. S. N W. II. Toaz, Ensign
U. S. N., E. P. Greene, Ensign, U. S.
N., E. D. Washburn, Ensign, U, S. N.,
Asst. Surgeon E. E. Curtes, U. S. N.,
Absl Paymaster M, II.' Karker, U S.
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 Willi
bring your watch to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Keeps you Cool in Broiling Weather '
Keeps itself Sweet and Clean
It does these two things simply because it is made rieht.
The tiny pores throughout the fabric allow a nerfect air nitration.
It's the lightest, coolest, softest, and clcnne-tunderclothing you can
Try a suit; it's
M. M'Inerny, Ltd., Fort and
N., and Pay Clerk F. L. Jones, U.
The Glacier moved to nnchorngc
outside this morning. The Panther
moved to the Channel wharf.
With the Relief is expected In tills
evening the Arethusn, the water-car
rier of the Armada.
TO SAVE FRANCE
PARIS. France, Juno 13. "That
the French nation may not dlo out,"
Deputy Mcislmy ot the Department
ot the Seine, pioposes the following
"1st. No direct taxes shall bo Im
posed on families having more than
three living children.
"2d. The Stnto must bend every
effort to stop tho mortality among
sn).tll babies nnd children, whero
mortality may bo duo to the ignor
nnie or poverty of the parents. It is
estimated that 00,000 to 80,000 bi
bles could be saved annually in
Franco If the State took tho necea
sarj preventive measuics. To this
end the existing maternity homes,
babies' asylums, etc , must bo put on
a more hygienic basis and now ones
must be established all over France.
"3d. Like 'the United States, wo
must make It caBy for foreigners per
manently residing here to become
Last car tho mortality in Franco
exceeded the birth rate by 19,000,
793,000 deaths ngulnst 774,000
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
he news of tx day.
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.
at Haleiwa will do
you a world of good.
Let it begin at any
St. Clair Biftgood, Mgr.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
the best thing vou can do for yourself
New Regal Styles for Ladies
$3.50 and $4.00
. YOU?. OLD SHOES REPAIREDWHILE YOU WAIT.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, cor. KING and BETHEL STS.
When you think of netting a Refrigerator, ask these
questions, and get at the right answers:
Does the Refrigerator "Make Good"? Does it do what
its makers claim, or only part of it?
Does it utilize every ounce of ice to the best advan
tage? Is it easily -cleaned, strong, durable?
We would be glad to have you investigate the
after this manner; and you'll be wise to do it.
Theo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
ordering that SIGN-BANNER or DECORATION for Fleet ' V
ALOHAS PORTRAITS ANY DESIGN done by ,
wUl "MAKE A HIT."
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. MoIIQHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
The Best In Town.
SINOER'S BAKERY, '
on a summer
We have a large new stock of Re-
gals for ladies, in High and Low
shoes. They are all of the latest
new shnpes in Toe, Heel, Vamp, and
They are just in the cases are
vnow being opened and there arc
none like them anywhere else in Ho
nolulu. These shoes arc all made in 'the
Regal Custom 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.
Masonry Draying K?ttf'
1WA OS UU., ' JOH-,
i and Merchant Sts., Magoonr'i.'f5'1 - ,
,; P.'O. Box 775; Tel. 327, ";.'
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Taking the "Chief's" view of It, he
I TEL. 527. KING ST.
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