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DAE.Y and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, 'Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
KD&ily every day except Sunday. Weekly
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Harrington,
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
rpi f Editorial Rooms,
DOES TAYLOR APPROVE?
Sheriff lnukc.i states that Chief of
IJetoctlves Tnslor has said that lie illit
not resign oti nccount of tltc financial
obligations tlio Sheriff incurred with
a mati whom tlio Sheriff charges
Icasul premises used for Immoral pur
poses?' Wlut has T.iIor to nay of It?
Wiih It dvnumlto of the water tank
or tlio Ivvllil note that caused him to
If TnIor does not fear tlo dyna
liltc, dues he approve the flnancl.il
obligation tn ono on whom the Sheriff
has had to bono Inter notlco that his
premises arc being used for Immoral
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IAUKEA BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS.
Sheriff InuKcn, the agent of the
"reform" foiccs of tlio city of Hono
lulu, confesses that he needed $100.,
niul, needing It, sent one of his pollco
Vifllcer out to get It.
The result was that his officer camo
hack laden with tlio goods nnd the
"reform" Shcilft gae his note for
7100. to ono of the alleged leading
llgh'ts of the Iwllol red-light district.
'Jjhls "business transaction" tho ro
fonli Sheriff sa)S was n purely pei
eonal matter. IIo also says that thero
ivn-ino graft because he paid the note
when It became due.-
OX courso It was a purely prlvato
matter. Such things usually are.
llutjwhat must tho community think
of n reform Sheriff who sends out
one! Townsend, Korean Detective,
looking for coin oi. a one-hundred-
tVaud Vtctfjrjtlng tno money
nnd. tho obligation from a nerson
leasing tho pioperty nllcgetl by tho
rcftjrm Sheriff to bo Ubcd for Immoral
'ould tho reform Sheriff hae
bcerrxo outspoken about his business
transactions, carried on through one
of his' detectives, If he had not known
that tho facts wcro In tho possession
of thwUlullo tin ?
And, why docs the reform Shetlff
norfd this Detective Townsend out to
do his financial business?
Is tho reputation of Townsend as
tho agent of a high avcingo of rcfoim
such as to make him nil especially
desirable representative In such a
IfJtho Sheriff wanted money for
lils.prjv.ito business why did ho not,
us other business men do, go pcrto'"
iilly In tlio men who mako a business
of loaning monoy on a business b.i-
ids? Will docs ho send a liny nnd
whin (lint voting man returns with
IvvUel mono) accept thq coin?
What the pcoplo want to know Is
whether tho Reform Sheriff, after
this record, doesn't think the most
appropriate thing for him to do Is to
IMMORALITY AND PROPERTY
The letter of J. A. Magoon to tho
Count) Sheriff furnishes n cr) In
teresting light on tho contention of
our fi lends of tho Ministerial asso
ciation that tho nnmo of ono of their
propcrt) -owners should not bo
brought into this agitation although
the) standard of his tenants Is not
Ml, Magoon Btntcs that his prem
ises nro under lease to unothor nnd
If tho ovl
evidence Is given him ho will
ndly break tlio lease.
Is not this Identical with tho posi
tion of our filond whoso nnmo is not
in.ijil? And would not tho otarIes of
loljorm hnvo learned thoso facts had
thoy gono nfter them?
And is It in nny sense fair play to
nss imo that a property-owner of the
ass iclntlon Is nioro anxious - to
hnvo his property elenred of the stlg
mm of immorality thnn Is any ropu
tnbjlo citizen of Honolulu?
Wo hnvo no doubt Hint what Is
Imp of Magoon Is also true of tho
Why, thorofore, should tho reform
ers) brand one sot of mon as bad nnd
tl eel aro that only those associated
wlch nn alleged icfoin movement nro
It"ls Just as the United States Dis
trict Attomey Is alleged to have stat
ed to Mr. Thvvlng In sraMng of nn-
mvi-Mfspr- r-tT, -g, vaji jww-.ry-
issued on Tuesday of each week.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rrSl Months .Bo
Vtt e&r, n)fthereln US. I.oo
Pet Year ati)uhereln CiniJa I.Ati
Per err poMiuld, foreign 3.m
Office, - 256
Entered t th IWoflfcc at Honolulu
fCoil-clai m titer.
JULY 13, 1908
other matter: they vlolato tho first
prluclplo of decent citizenship and
common honesty Fair Play.
They t want to roform overyono but
themselves nnd their Sheriff.
The c ' (to v "Tin who would
rnlso 1 o In vigorous protest If
she be ...ik iwhip of the o.iy ro.id of
"tliilct divorce ' In the courts of Ha
waii. Mrs. Taft, who most ccr)ono be
lieves will bo tho l'lrst Lady of tho
Lind after March 4, has cry post
the views on the dlvorco question.
She is opposed to divorce. Not only
this, but sho knows why, and points
the way to a remedy. Mrs. Taft
speaks right out for uniform dhqrcc
laws, a remedy that has been de
manded for mnny jears. She wouhl
add to their stringency. Sho would
oppose remarriage on the part of tho
Mrs. Taft sees peril In our present
lax marrlago and divorce regulations.
She finds that they aro tho most se
rious of menaces to tho social schemo
on which our civilization Is founded.
She speaks out In this way:
"I remember tho time when ono
rend of persons ono never knows vin
obtained divorces, hut now uvory ono
comes in contact with divorced peo
ple In every class ct society ono's
own personal friends on every hand.
It fs countenanced by the so-called
highest social "elides, and it.ls made
light of, and a woman, in many In
stances, Is received with as much fa-
vor after she Is dlvoiccd as she was
before. Such conditions nro shock-
lng nnd aro most demoralizing.
Wherever and whenever I could do
nil) thing to tnlliienco legislators to
make more stringent divorce laws I
would do II, and I believe that every
woman in America should feel tho
llather severe, but In principle
true. Too much divorce nnd a too
King Street $22.50
Keeauraoku Street $40.00
Emma Street $50.00
Kalakaua Avenue $25.00
Beretania Street $35.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Snau Street $30.00
Makiki Street $27.50
Peniacola Street $15.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Matlock Avenue $22,60
Lunalilo Street $16.00
Nunanu Avenue $25.00
Pawaa Lane $25.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
Pensacola Street $35.00
MAKIKI STREET. Two bedroom
cottage and lot 53x134... $2500.
Corner Fort end Merchant Streeti,
RATES ARE LOW.
ffimk 1mk ioM
To Rent Furnished
house, 2 bedrooms,
niences. Anapuni St.
$4G, per month.
rarelcss vlthv of the Institution of
marriage Implied by It means destruc
tion. All tho gooil government which
statesmen may bring to us will avail
nothing If tho homo Is to bo destroj
nnd thlB Is what divorce spells. Mrs.
T.ift will find her scntlmentB echoed.
among thinking people from Hawaii
A blazo which might easily havo
had cry dnngcrous consequences,
started this morning nt tho rcsldcnco
of Mrs, Dixon nnd Miss Itoblnson on
College street just opposite the
Pleasanton. It wnt luckily extin
guished before It had had tlmo to
At about 1 o'clock this morning ono
of the ladles awakened and noticed n
strong light on the vornoilu. On In
cstlgntlng sho fr'aiid 'that n bcttco
thero was ''sti.ig merrily, tho flro
having p' jbably been caused by a clg
nrctto left by a caller. Sho give tho
alarm nnd neighbors, under tlio lead
ership of W. J. Torlies, formed a buck
et brigade nnd extinguished tho bl izu
A still nlnrm was sent for tho flro
department, but owing to n misund
erstanding of tho mcss.igo tho engines
went to tho rollege, nnd only arrived
at tho scene nftcr tho flro was out.
Kong Lin, alias Ho Ong Goo, a Ko
rean, was arrested this morning on n
chargo of chicken stealing A couplo
of dnvs ago n Chtncso living nt Alca
missed n game cock valued at $37 60,
and a couplo of hens. Ho Immediate
ly camo to tow u nnd succeeded In lo
cating his valuablo rooster at tho fish-
market. Tho markctman told him
(hat ho had bought nil thrco birds.
but had already sold tho two hens.
TIiIb morning tho Korean appeared nt
tho market again with another bag of
fowls for sale, but this tlmo ho was
captured, nnd ho Is now In tho pollco
station awaiting trial.
To give tho officers nnd men of tho
I'leot nn opportunity to lslt the Vol
cano during its present activity, u
special excursion will leave Honolulu
per S. S. "MAUNA KEA"
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 7TH,
and, returning, will arrive
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 20TH.
A limited number of townspeople
nnd others will bo given tho oppor
tunity to nccomp.iny tho party; per
sons wishing to mako tho trip should
book at onco with
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Agents for KILAUEA VOLCANO
HOUSE COMPANY, LTD.
FLEET HATS $1.25
FLEET WAISTS $1.50
SILK FLAGS 20o np
CANES WITH FLAGS 25c
CANES WITH PENNANTS 25c
NAVAL CAP BANDS, for all the
Ships in the Fleet 50c
Very Little Doing In
In striking contrast to tho previous
week, thero promises to ho cry lit
tle doing In tho Circuit Courts until
nftcr the fleet "hns camo nnd went."
Last week tho Afong caso took up
almost nil the time of Judge Lindsay,
and tho other Judges ntso had cases
of Importance. ,
In Judgo Llndsnj's court this
morning tho final accounts of W. O
Smith, administrator of tho (state of
Knlo Kupau, were approved. In tho
matter of tho estate of Jono tin Cam
illa, J D. Marques was appointed nd
mlnlslintor, with his bond fixed nt
$320 In tho matter of the cstuto of
J Marks Alexandre, deceased, tho
will was admitted to probate, and
Joe domes was appointed cxicutoi of
the estate, bond being fixed nt $2000.
Jane Williams secured n dlvorco from
Hurry L. Williams on tho ground of
Consldcrnblo noise emanated from
Judge Kolilnson'H court when tho at
torneys wcro warring over tho Juris
dictional side of tho case in tho mat
ter of tho Wnlnlua Agricultural Co.
vh tho O. It. & L. Co. Tho case docs
not nniount to cry much, being
merely u question of rental of certain
minor lands dtiw'u tho island.
In the othor Cltcult Courts thro
was nothing doing this ulorutng. At
torney General Hcrpenvvn) submitted
his brief to tho Supremo Court In tho
mnttcr of tho Territory vs. Antonc
"Value received" Is what n porson
wants, whether he pajs ten cents or
"Value received" Is what )ou get
nt the Orphcum whpre, beginning
tonight with tho comedy "WIij
Smith Lett llompyiicro will be ln
tiodueed specialties of n high ordci
nnd between tho nets Fomo of tho
best moving pictures ever shown In
Honolulu. These films have Just nr
rlvcd nnd nro of the latest, up-to-dato
ALL PARTIES SPEAK
(Continued-from Pase lb
to his home nt Wfilaholn. hannened
along nnd heaid hj tho beautiful re
marks that woro made by tlio former
speakers. He dismounted from his
carriage nnd flung himself Into tho
battle. Among other things, Link
said that hecauso the Republican par
ty did not carr) out vhnt It intended
to do, he left tho party. Tho Demo
cratic, party was the party for tho
Hawallnns. Ho ijpokc of tho land
policy and denounced the Republican
party for not Io(iig what was best
for the kamanluns on tho land. Al
though there wuro no personal ro
maiks made by tho speakers, tho
meeting wns full of enthusiasm.
IF YOUR WATCH
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let us examine it.
Our Watjlimakers Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION if you will
bring your watch to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
EDGEWOilTH and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
Midsummer Hats at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Keeps you Cool in Broiling Weather
Keeps itself Sweet and Clean
li docs these two things simply because it is made richt.
The tiny pores throughout the fabrio allow a Perfect air filtration.
It's the lightest, coolest, softest, and cleanest underclothing you can
Try a suit; it's
M. M'lnerny, !Lt&., Fort and
Is Now a Part
Your old shoes will be repaired and made strong nnd
serviceable again in a jiffy.
A1J you have to do is to brine them to us, take a walk
to the Postoffice for yo.ir mail, and stop in foi them on the
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING, TOO; oil done by machi'
nery; and the prices aie lower than th2o you'll have to pay
for the old hand-work.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, cor. KING and BETHEI STS.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co
Statement of Condition, June SO, 1908
Cash on hand
Stocks it ml iithci Invest
ments 20. 1 10.17
Mortgages Fcturid by leal
Lotus demand and time 2)::,rrl.sri
Furniture niul flUuiix.. cnn.T''
Atciuul Interest receiv
Other nbscts 1 l,'JU,79
Territory of Hawaii, County of Oahu.
I, A. N. Campbell, Troasuier of tho Henry Wntcrhouso Tiust Co , Ltd ,
do solemnly swc.irth.it tho above statement Is true to tho best of my
knowledge and belief.
A. N. ('AMI'llllM,, Tre.thuier.
Subscilbcd and uvvorn to beforo mo this flOth day of June, 190S.
Notniy Public, l'ltst Judicial CltLiilt.
ordering that SIGN-BANNER
ALOHAS PORTRAITS ANY DESIGN done by
will "MAKE A HIT."
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
The Best In Town.
TEL, 527. KING ST.
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, - , . ,r,,gyTjiTT!. m " --t--7 mibhMCBBBh?
the bc3t thing you can do for yourself
of This Store
liability .. J00.u00.oo
Undivided profits ..,
Tmst mid agency
Other liabilities . '. ,
NANIWA & CO,
Alakca and Mcrchanf Sts Magoon
Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
5c CIGAR 5o
I a r st
JML. A. IxUnst CL KJO.
on n summer
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Sj stems. Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Ofllce Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey 'School
Church Farn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Scats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Impoita to order.
JThos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islaptfc.
isn't brain work; it is brain
drudgery. It is work for cogs and
levers, not for the precious gray mat
ter that can be used for thinking.
Step in our o.Tkc and see
The 'Universal Adding
It's the very latest, cheapest, and
BEST Adding Machine on the mar
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY
031 FORT STREET.
Choice PeKin. Ducks
Young, Fat, Tender; Raised on
Tresh Water nnd Corn.
FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL ST.
nt Halciwa will do
you a world of good.
Let it begin at any
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Urn Co,,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
BERETANIA NEAR TORT
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