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BVBNIKQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T, H.. TUESDAY, JULY 14. 1903.
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Inujy every day except Sunday. Weekly Isiued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Harrington,
Ttr Month, Biiywlnre In II.S .7rt
Per Quarter, anywliert tn U S J. o
rtr Year, anv here in U S ... H.oo
Per Year, postpaid, lorcixii, I3oo
CIRCULATION LAROEST OF ANY
in the Territory
I Editorial Rooms,
1 Eu jiness Office,
It's a shame to hit a cripple, espe
cially one who sas lie was toying
with dangerous weapons he didn't
knuw were loaded.
This is about the gist of the extra
ordinary explanation of Iaukea's
hundred-dollar note and of the fur
ther appeal for mercy mnilo by thw
The childlike innocenco with which
the sclf-pralsed, abusive reform sheet
tells lts'story of how It Investigated
Us Sheriff and found nothing really
wrong in his ncccptlng a loan of
money that came from the denizens of
the red-light district Is so blissfully
ridiculous! It shows how easily p.ut
nershlps with the Devil nio consum
mated. How candid the oiguu 1st and how
good after the whole affair has
It did not see any necessity for
publishing the facts until they wero
made public from other sources! It
was suddenly stricken color-blind,
and the red lights of Iwllel wero
turned to twinkling brilliants In soft
est hues. And money, tainted money
from the purlieus of the town, be
came the happy medium of a little
personal business transaction pri
vate business; none-of-the-public's
The public Is told that the Sheriff
didn't know who It was to whom his
note had been committed by one of
his officers a man "with a record."
That is for his detectives to look out
Isn't that one of the sweetest ex
hibitions of ignorance that Honolulu
has ever seen?
Hasn't Honolulu a real peach of a
Sheriff if it be true that he person
ally doesn't know who is doing busl
ness In that particular portion of the
town that has had unsavory notoriety
for months, and especially at the time
when tho runabout Townsend waB
out looking up coin for his superior?
If that note, which laukea gave in
this most extraordinary way, Is a fur
ther mark of his capacity and ability
and superiority over all others as an
official of the County, why in the
name of seven cities is all this expla
nation being made?
If, on tho fnce of it, this transac
tion is a purely personal affair, why
Is it necessary for the Sheriff and his
directing montor to tell long stories
that make a pitiful defense?
Why, in defending tho Sheriff, is it
considered advisable, to call the Unit
ed amies uistrici Attorney nnmes;
Isn't it a part of his business to find
out what is going on? It laukea and
his associates are not ashamed of
themselves, why should they mako
faces at Breckons?
Furthermore, at what time during
the term of the note tljcl the County
Sheriff learn that the money he had
borrowed came from Iwllel? And,
immediately ho discovered where it
came from, did ho proceed to mako
other arrangements, or did he allow
the note to run the full term? Iau
" kea In his interview with the Bul
letin said he paid the note when it
Again, the face of the note Indi
cates that tho Sheriff paid no lntere.it
on this loan from Iwllel. Was that
an expression of philanthropy on tho
part of Townsend, or Isol?
Hut why go on with the details of
this transaction that recks and smells
to heaven with the most damaging
admissions of Incompetence and utter
Inability to appreciate ordinary re'
tponslbllltles of office or average citi
The only answer tho Sheriff and
his "explanatlonors" have to make Is
that "We solemnly swear on our
oaths,as oath-makers that thcro real
ly is no graft in this business, and
there would have been 'none had the
note remained undiscovered."
Now Isn't that a lovely demonstra
tion of goodness?
What would Roosevelt say to that?
What would tho citizens of a main
land municipality say to an official
and his defenders who wero fools
enough to nut up any such defense?
Is there any reputable citizen of
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
fcr Sla Monlha S .Ao
Per Year, anywhere In US I.uu
Pel Year, anyvthtie In Catiaja .. l.Ro
Per Year poMpalJ, foreign 3.oo
Entered at the Fontoffici1 at Honolulu
m second claat muter.
JULY 14, 1008
Hawaii ready to rise up and defend
Can Sheriff laukea and his defend
ers furnish any real good reason why
this reform Sheriff should, with such
a record to Ills credit, remain In of
Is thero nny sufficient reason why
Sheriff laukea should not resign?
Does ho not think that Is the best
thing for him to do? And if not,
THOMAS HAS MAILS
Bringing mnlls from San Francisco,
tho U. S. A. T. Thomas arrived In port
this morning, about 7:30, and tied up
at the Naval wharf. She had on board
a number of passengers for Honolulu,
among them ladles who hao relatives
among the officers of tho Fleet. She
has SOI passengers on her list, includ
ing 350 enlisted men, 240 of the nrmy
and 110 of tho navy.
It Is tho regular stunt for tho trans
ports to coal hero on tho way to the
East, and consequently, tho Thomas Is
taking on 1400 tons here, and will not
as a result get away before 5 o'clock
She had a quiet trip down, sighting
several steamers, and talking with tho
Enterprise by wireless. Sho was also
talking so that sho could be heard at
Kahuku for tho past three days.
It Is planned, of course, to get her
out of tho harbor beforo tho coming
of the Fleet, as sho takes up not a'llt
tie room. This is the case in spite of
tho fact that most of tho pcoplo on
board aro very much Interested in tho
Great preparations aro being made
at tho Schmidt premises on Beretania
sticet for tho Fair to be held next
Saturday, the 18th. Accommoda
tions hnve been made for seatlng4ri0
people at one time at the luau tables.
The ladles connected with the for
eign lunch, expect to do' a rushing
business, every steamer arriving
bringing turkeys, chickens, pigs, co-
coanuts, and all kinds of delicacies.
Tho ladles on the Decoration Com
mittee aro all hard at work. They
are all experts and by the time thoy
are finished you may expect to see
King Street $22.30
Keeaumoku Street $40.00
Emma Street $50.00
Kalakaua Avenue $25.00
Beretania Street $35.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Makiki Street $27.50
Pentacola Street $15.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Matlock Avenn $22150
Lnnalilo Street $18.00
Nunann Avenue $25.00
Pawaa Lan $25.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
Pensacola Street $35.00
MAKIKI STREET. Two bedroom
cottae and lot 53x134... $2500.
Corner Fort and Merchant Strati.
RATES ARE LOW.
To Rent Furnished
house, 2 bedrooms,
niences. Anapuni St.
$46. per month.
FUN AND ART
"Why Smith Left Home," played
last night by tho Lumlcy Company, is
one of tho funniest bills yet produced
by thOBU clever players. Tho story
has to do with tin- absurd nnd ridicul
ous developments that arlso because
Mrs. Smith's numerous relatives de
sire to 1Ij with her, and Mr. Smith's
deslro to bo alone on their honey
moon. Richard Buhler was chief fun
maker nnd kept tho houso roaring.
M. J Hoolcy as tho "cook lady," pres
ident of tho ladles' cooking union, won
bands down. It Is tho best thing Mr.
Hooley has done so far. Thomas
Lowell as tho hen-pecked husband,
was kept busy getting out of difficul
ties, and giving the audience frequent
laughs at his predicaments. Miss Mao
Kcane. ns Mrs. Smith, was happily
cast, as tho role fits her well. Miss
Louise Orcndort made most of Mrs.
Belledoux, wbo delights In henpccklng
her husband. Miss Smith, an old
maid, who was willing to tako a
chance on a count, was assumed by
Miss Harriet Jocelyn, and scored well
for makeup and acting. Leo Learhard
gave a clever bit or. character uiaieci
work. The balance of tho company
gavo excellent support, ino motion
pictures and specialties Introduced all
met with tho approval oi lao i&rso
audience. Same hill tonight, with
Madame Blancho Arrul as an added at
traction. Madame Arral will give a
twenty-five mlnuto concert between
tho second nnd third acts. The num
bers will consist of popular songs.
One of the most remarkable plays
over seen on nny stage Is tho old-time
Ben Hur. Thrilling with excitement,
tho chnrlot race is the bCBt of all. The
stage at tho Boston Theatre Is wide
nnd large enough to have four char-
lots with four horses abreast race, and
of courso Ben Hur wins. Tho man
agement of the Empire Thoatro have
the pictures, taken at Boston, and are
showing them this week. Do not fall
to grasp the opportunity of seeing this
most wonderful picture
To give the officers and men of the
Fleet nn, opportunity to visit the Vol
cano during' Its present' activity; a
special excursion will leave Honolulu
per S. S. "MAUNA KEA"
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 17TH,
and, returning, will arrive
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 20TH.
A limited number of townspeople
and others will be given the oppor
tunity to accompany the party; per
sons wishing to make the trip should
book at once with
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Agents for KILAUEA VOLCANO
HOUSE COMPANY, LTD.
FLEET HATS $1.25
FLEET WAISTS $1.50
SILK FLAGS .' 20o up
CANES WITH FLAGS 25o
CANES WITH PENNANTS 25o
NAVAL CAP BANDS, for all the
Shipi in the Fleet .'.... 50o
dnvni .vwwi w
32d Degree of Mary Commander,
Philadelphia, Recovtri from
During conclave week In San Francis
to, Hlr Knight Vt'm. Jt. Mnnw-ley of. 1904
i. nvvruurt-mii mnTi. muiuciiiiu. v.
Mary Commnndery, called at the ofllco ot
the Jno. J, IMlton Co. to report his re
covery. , i
Ho mated that ha had both alright'
Dlneano and Diabetes for nine yearn and
hntl Rotten ro low h could not ppeak for
a hnlf hour nt a time, nnd lind to, bo but
In Ice packit. A leadline physician sent
him word that he hail had Kcveral canes
recover under n preparation made In Cali
fornia called Fulton's Compound. Manee
ley nent for It. The third night Jie got
tne nrsi natural sleep in months nna inv
provrmrnt was then gradual but con
tlnuous, until he Is now the picture ot
AtnnniF ntltAr uplMininn l'MlmlM
phlans vtho hnd recoerid ho mentioned
Itlchard Filbert, Mrs. II. T. Snow of 1S15
Columbia avenue; ulna to residents of
nvM9ingiun. wnoni liu loiu ok it. aiao mo
wlfo of n physician and several others.
Masoni will know how to approach Mr.
Manecley to get tho eternal truth ns to
the Rulncncs of this profound discovery.
Wo nimln nnmiinif-A tn thn uorld the
curability of chornlc Ilrlght's Dlneaso and
umoeies in fully 57 per cent ot all cases,
When In MiiHtwr-t Ilrlfflit's rklnf-nsp
Veakncns or loss of welKht : Duffy ankles.
nanus or ryeiius; dropsy; Kiuney trouble
niter tno tnira mnutii. unno may snow
sediment; falling Mslon; dronslness; on
ur moro or tnenc. Honolulu Drug uo.
Fort HU 17
(Continued from Pan 1)
Kennedy stated that he had not made
any. He said that Just as Boon as the
Fleet was reported ho would arrange
for the slgnnl ot five long blnsts of
whistle to, bo blown from the Electric
Company, provided, however, that It
consent to do so. Mr. McCandlcss
will see the management ot the com
pany some time today with a view of
getting Its consent. Kennedy sail
that nothing would bo made known
definitely until tomorrow, when the
whole plan would bo published In the
nfternoon papers. Besides the Itecep
tion Committee nnd the officials of
the Inter-Island Company the repre
sentatives of the 'press will go out
Tho Mauna Loa, in command of Cap
tain Simerson, will leave her regular
wharf about an hour after the sig
nals have been given.
JACK SAYS BALLENTYNE
(Continued from ?vse 1
gan consenting to saloon only),
Kwong Sing Loy Co., Honolulu Iron
Works Company by C. Hedemann
Lee Chuck nshnj for A"li Chew Bros.,
Saml. V. Chlllingworth, A. Q. Correa,
Clins. F. Chlllingworth, C. T. Day as
and for Old Corner Saloon, W. L.
Stanley, C. 'rT. Olscn, Bruce Cnrt-
wrlght, Ben F Vickers as and for Re
gal Shoe Store, E. a. Ferrclra, K. Iso
shma, W. A. Wall, J. Llghtfoot, P.
Peck, Audit Company of Hawaii, Ha
waiian Star Newspaper Assn., Mc
Cabe, Hamilton, Renney Co., Ltd.,
Bishop Insurance Agency, Ltd., California-Feed
Co., Ltd., Bishop Trust
Co., Ltd., Hoffschlneger Co., Ltd.,
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd., and American
Brokerage 'Co, Ltd. '
AWAILUA July 12, In Honolulu, to
tho wife of Henry Kallli Awallua, a
IF YOUR WATCH
it certainly needi repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let m examine, it
Our Watttoaken Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
. stand watohes.
We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION if you will
bring your watch to us,
H. F. Wichman & Co.
a LEADING JEWELERS.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: ,290, 200, 1097.
FOUR COOKER SPANIELS. Thor
ouhbred uuppies; can be seen at the
Veterinarv Infirmary of
A. ,R. Rowat, O.V.S.
1 ' " ' " '
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Keeps itself Sweet and Clean
It does these two things simplv because it is made ririit.
The tiny pores throughout the fabrio allow a nerfeot air nitration.
It's the lightest, coolest, softest, and cleaneet'underclothlng you can
Try a suit; it's
M. M'Inerny, Ltd., Fort and
Is Now a Part
Your old shoes will be repaired and made strong and
serviceable again in a jiffy.
All you have to do is to bring them to us, take a walk
to the Postoffice for your mail, and stop in .for them on the
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING, TOO; all done by machi
nery; and the urices are lower than those you'll have to pay
for the old' hand-work. . ,,.;.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLEBS BUILDING, cor. KING and BETHEL STS.
REPORT OF .RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF THE YOKOHAMA SPE
CIE BANK,' LTD,.. HONOLULU BRANCH, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS JUNE 30TH, 1808, AND STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS
AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE
Loans on Securities oth
er than Real
A 1 1 Other
Discounts' . 47,548.97
Overdrafts .. C4.389.63 115,168. Q0
Real Estate .$29,627.05
Fixtures .. 1.333.60 ' -
Due from ; '
Bankers .. 76,771.14 107,631.79
Gold Coin ..$ 2,405.00 l
Sliver Coin . 'SSi'M
I t e m s of ,
Exchange . 4,511,25
Paper Currency 97.00, 7,699.27
All Other Resources 199.565.78
I, Y. AKAI, Manager for the Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd., do solemn
ly awear.that the foregoing statements are true to the best ot my knowl
edge and belief. Y. AKAI.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of July, 1908.
DAVID L. PETERSON,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T.
ordering that SIGN-BANNER or DECORATION for Fleet
ALOHAS PORTRAITS ANY DESIGN done by
v will "MAKE A HIT." '
the best thing you can do for yourself
of This Store
Due. to Banks and Bank
on a summer
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.
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drudgery. It is work for cogs and
levers, not for the preoious gray mat
ter that can be used for thinking.
btep in our office and see
The Universal Adding
It's the very latest, cheauest. and
BEST Adding Machine on the mar
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931 FORT STREET.
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Young, Fat, Tender; Raised on
Fresh Waier and Corn.
FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL ST.
you a world of
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St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
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. UNION STREET near HOTEL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
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King Street Market. Tel. S88
, YOUNG TIM, Manager.
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