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IAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD."
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
DUy every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wllnc R. ParrlnKton,
Per Month, ftnywlierr In IJ.S. .78
Per fjunrtrr. injm herf In U.S.. . a.uo
Per Yiar, anrlitre In U.S H.oo
Per Yar, postpaid, tortign 12.00
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np r Editorial Rooms;
C!,l Business Office,
The II ti 1 1 o 1 1 n ' 8 Fleet edition
.will be Issued tomorrow.
Judging from tlic length, Cnndl
date TnftMs planning to write a let
ter of acceptance that no one will
llryan seems to have Rained a
point after all with his voluntary-campaign-contribution
the Democrats ot Hawaii now follow
In the good cause?
lletween fist-fights among officers
in the police station nud n detective
sent out to rash a $100. note to Isol,
the reform-pollco administration Is
netting a hot pace.
Chief of Detectives Taylor has thus
far failed to statu whether it was the
djnnmlte of the water tank or the
Iaula-a note that suddenly Jilted him
hack to privatu life.
Kalnlew, Nebraska. Is tho latest
liostofflcr to find a placo on the map
of the world's affairs. Oyster Hay Is
the only locality from which the peo
ple will be more Interested in tho lat
Borrowing money on Iwllel notes
Is nn "Indiscretion" nnd an irregular
ity In n precinct meeting is signal for
holy horror. That's what the "re
formers" are talking. What would
lloosevclt say to that7
Kauai lias not only taken ball tick
ets, but send a good share of Its pop
ulation to help greet the Fleet. It
always was a pretty good sort. All
Kauai. asks Is to bo let alone In Its
own little private affairs.
Refusal of the Democrats to attack
tho Ilooscvelt policies makes it clear
that two men will strlvo to slldo Into
offico on the popularity of a third.
Bryan has claimed that ho invented
the Roosevelt policies and Taffs
friends say ho epitomizes them.
Honolulu is not Fleet-mad but It
The last touches have been given
to the 'arrangements by the commit
tees and workers all along the line
nnd If the men ot tho Navy do not
feel that Honolulu Is glad to see
them 'and anxious to honor the Fleet,
wo miss the guess.
Honolulu believes that It can take
care or all the men the United States
Government can send here at any
time nnd guarantee that they enjoy
themselves. If this conviction is up
net during the next week nnd Hono
lulu meets defeat on the score of
cither caring for the men or giving
.them a good time. It will be after one
of tho greatest struggles our peoplo
liavo over mado.
We do not expect defeat.
1AUKEA GOULD WELL RESIGN.
According to all the Information
received up to date, the "reform"
Sheriff of Oalm did not know that
thcro was any Impropriety In the
head of a police department sending
a detective of his force out on a
'Isn'.t It a shanio to disturb such In
nocence? The public Is also regaled with a
Etatement that the head ot tho police
department leaves so much to the do
tectives of his force that he knows
"little of the tenderloin and Its peo
ple." So little, Indeed, that when
lie came to write tho name of one of
the largest alleged proprietors of that
section, he really didn't know and
didn't stop to think whether he was
receiving money reaped from the sor
rows of fallen women, or clean coin
gained through legitimate trade.
If laukea's explanatloncrs may bo
believed, the name ot Isol did not
mean any more to the County Sheriff
than Chop Suey. It was the coin he
needed. Using a man with a record
to get tho coin and endorso the note,
did not appeal to tho pollco guardian
nnd police administrator as anything
out of "the ordinary, for ho has said
that he did not intend to do anything
How old Is Sheriff Iaukea, that Ills
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Six Months .So
Prr Ynr, iti)hcre In U.S I.oo
Prl Year, ftnywhtre In CanlJa... t.So
PcrVnr KstpM, foreign 3.ou
Entered at the Pojt office at Honolulu
a stcouit-clau mtter.
, JULY 15, 1003
thoughts and aspirations should so
long escape worldly contamination?
Such an unsophisticated official as
we have! And what kind-hearted
creatures tho "reformers" with
whom he has been associated havo
It Is touching very touching.
Who Is the President of the So
ciety for t :o t'rcont!an of Cruelty to
the lui-.ccc -t?
Now do they really expect the pub
lic to swallow this guff? Do they
so presume on tho common sense ot
this community as to expect the peo
ple to believe that the head of a de
partment so badly In need of educa
tion Is n competent nnd safe official?
Has any slnglo one ot them fur
nished a full-fledged or even partially
baked reason why the Sheriff of tho
County of Oaliu should not resign,
the resignation to be based on his ad
mitted record, nnd pitiful explana
tions of Ignorance, which he has not
qualified or denied?
CIVIO YIRTUE AND THAT 1WILEI
The Executive Committee of the
Civic Federation has met. And after
full and careful deliberation it has
called on tho peoplo to resent the al
leged effort to "Job" them In tho Re
publican precinct meetings nud unite
In favor of a Territorial prtmnry
The II u 1 1 e 1 1 n fully concurs
with the movement for a direct-primary
law. The failure of the Repub
lican party to pabs such a law dur
ing the last session of tho Legislature
Is one ot the unfulfilled promises that
will have to be explained in the com;
Furthermore, any precinct meeting
that cannot stand every test of regu
larity deserves all that it gets.
Since, however, tho Civic' Federa
tion is showing new signs of life, Its
most recent meeting Is notable for
what was not done.
Does the Executive Committee of
the Civic Federation feel that the in
cident ot the County Sheriff's note to
an Iwllel proprietor Is of not suffi-
King Street $22.50
Keeaumolra Street S40.00
Emma Street $60.00
Kalakaua Avenue $25.00
Beretania Street S3.00
Beretania Street $40,00
Kinau Street $30.00
Makiki Street $27.50
Pemacola 8treet $15.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Matlock Avenue . . . ., $22.50
Lunalilo Street $16.00
Nouanu Avenue $25.00
Pawaa Lane $25.00
Piikoi Street $27.50
Pemacola Street $35.00
MAKIKI STREET. Two bedroom
cottare and lot 53 x 134. . .$2500.
Coraw Fort and Merchant Streeti.
RATES ARE LOW.
clcnt Importance -to merit nttcntlon
not even a resolution?
Do theso guardians. of Civic Virtue
consider that they- should remain si
lent nnd by their silence give their
mornl endorsement to the uso of Iwl
lel as n center for cashing trie note of
an official charged with tho. duty of
carrying out tho "reform" In which
tho Federation Is on record as being
Is It true that the conditions in
Honolulu aro bo very peculiar that an
Incident of the Inuken-nuto variety Is
ono of tho every-day evidences of
Civic Virtue, while tho error of n few
political workers who happened to
bold a meeting outside a house in
stead of inside tho house is to be "put
down as endangering tho liberties ot
The men who stnrtcd out to reform
tho town nro cutting up boiiio of the
A great many people think of them
bb hjpocrltcs. Wo hopo they nro not.
They arc, at least, most nmoosln'
Hut, regardless of what they nrc,
what D0K3 tho Hxecutlvo Committee
of tho Civic Federation think of that
Iaukea Iwllel note?
(Continued from Pace li
laklcla. Tho County Committee of tho
Democratic party held a. meeting yes
terday afternoon, nt which It endorsed
tho appointment of Knlaklcla, Bend
ing a letter to tho Sheriff cxpiessInK
Its approval of tho nppolntmcnt as it
was mado along the lines of promo
tion. A number of changes havo been
mado In tho personnel of tho detec
tive force, carrying with them changes
In tho regular force. Officer Reeves,
who has been serving as a defective
for n long time, has been relegated to
the waterfront, whence ho came, and
will hereafter servo ns harbor pollco.
He has bad much experience at sea.
Assistant Chief of Detectives Joe
Leal, who has dono somo fine work
In this capacity, ns, for Instnncc, the
Smith arrest ycsUrdny, has been
mado motorcycle officer, and will ap
ply his experience In tho chase ot the
ttlly chuueur. Whllo this may look
like Irish promotion, It is really not
so, tho motorcycle appointment being
much coveted at the station.
Lieutenant Luahiwa has been ap
pointed assistant chief ot detectives,
to take tho place ot Leal.
I.uahlwa's place as lieutenant will
bo taken by Wm. Punoliu, who has
been making an excellent record as
sergeant of police.
I'unohu's place as sergeant has been
filled by the promotion of Patrolman
M. j. Monlz, who has recently been
serving ns blcyclo officer.
A. E. Mlnvlclia has been appointed
Porto Illcan special, aB the change
of I.eal'g position makes It necessary
to havo Bitch a man on tho detective
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Driving.
RIGS WITH or WITHOUT DRIVERS.
FORT ST. near HOTEL ST.
Tel. 100 .
To give tho 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 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 tho party; per
sons wishing to mako the trip should
book, at once with
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Agents for KILAUEA VOLCANO
HOUSE COMPANY, LTD.
FLEET HATS $1.25
FLEET WAISTS $1.60
SILK FLAGS 20c up
CANES WITH FLAGS 25e
CANES WITH PENNANTS 25o
NAVAL CAP BANDS, for all the
snips in the fleet SOo
- - ' - - - - - 1 1
Mrs. William Henderson.
A SERIOUS ILLNESS
RELIEVED BY PE-RUNA.
MRS. WILLIAM Hi:XI)i:itSON,
Oraik, X. W. T., Cnn., write :
"I w troubled Willi very serious In
ternal weakness. Which exhausted me
o that I cured t would loo my mind.
"I suffered ngony with my hack, the
pain extending down my left leg. Tho
pain wai so sevcro that 1 would have
welcomed death as a relief.
"Peruna cured moot tlil trouble,
no wonder I recommend It o highly.
"It wilt soon bo two j cars clnco 1
found relict from tho pain nud not a
sign ot it has returned.
"I m glad that there in ft way in
which I can apeak, of this ns many a
sufferer may read my teitlimnil.il, an.'
not only read, but bcliet v."
Had Given Up All Hope.
Mllo. Alblna Cliauvln, No. SO Rue
Agues. St. Henri, Montreal, Canada,
"I consider l'eruna Iwtlor than an
other remedy, as It cured mu n hen noth
ing else could.
"I suffered for years nnd years with
heart trouble, headaches and wcakncis.
I ncvor expected to find an) thing to
"I tried l'nrnna and nm entirely cured."
Tho following wholcsalo druggist
will supply tho retail tnvlo:
Benson, Smith & Co., Honolulu,
To Rent Furnished
house, 2 bedrooms,
m o d e r'n conve
niences. Anapuni St.
$46. per month.
Sjwd IJiMM fcdtfftt
D? YOUR WATCH
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
. in order. Let us examine it.
Our Watftimaken Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under-
' We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION if you will
, brinj; your watch to ui.
li. F. Wichman & Co.
.x LEADING JEWELERS.
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
i. . ..It-' '.'MffBJ m "' J'WW'Mi.;' TrwA'yi
that brings his bov in our store will wit.li lie were a boy
again when he sc;s the assortment of "SAMPECK"
clothes we show. . . , t
They nre so different from tho clothes "father''
wore when he was a bov. .-.
The quick eye of youth will take in at a glance
all the special features and nattincss three clothes
have. They'll make him FEEL he i3 almost a
Jtti.t ns much style, same materials and workman
ship as is in the clothes for grown-ups. '
Norfolks, Singlc-Brcastcd Suits, in wide variety of ma
terials, colors, and patterns. All sizes.
One entire floor devoted to clothiuir.
M. M'Inerny, litd., Fort and
that the contents of t he new Heinz SANITARY
TIN will have the slightest contamination from ncid ac
tion or fermentation that is made impossible by the spe
cial construction of the can, and your
is just as delicious and wholesome at your table as it was
when taken out of tho kettle..
THERE'S NOTHING THAT GOES QUITE SO WELL
AS HEINZ Apple Butter. Always Fresh
in Small Tins.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
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 ns, take a walk
to the Postofllce for your mail, and stop in for them on the
FIRST - CLASS REPAIRING, TOO; all done by lsaishi
ncry; and the nrices aic lower than those you'll have to pay
for the old hand-work.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, cor. KING and BETHEL STS.
Our equipment for producing it includes Stqam at all hours, White
Suits for Milkers, Covered Buckets w ith Absorbent Cotton, Tail Hooks for
Cows' Tails, Thorough Washing of Udder, and Constant Skilled Supervi
sion. It costs, but is worth it.
TgLSgo The Pond Dairy
Kaneohe Beef Three Weeks
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager. '
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
of This Store
at Haleiwa- will do
you a world of good.
Let it begin at any
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
Blank books ot id) torts, ledgon,
etc. manufactured by tht Bulletin Pub
lisblui Company, '
r a n
JCcKnM&li!jvov M'Avt S
(Continued from Pae li- '
Klut in the main of tliu hitirv of tlin
Interview hu had with Ciptnln Car
ter, nt which tlnio Carter Ih alleged
to havo said thut ho would give Salilti
(waterfront reporter for tho Slur) :i
uoysu time of It than ho had Moore,
It is said lint Carter's trim nttltudo
will thus he shown In tho whole mat
ter. Illedoll was n'" cnllcil lioforo
tho Ornnd Jury. It Is stated on
good nuthorlty that Carter will bo
taken hcfoio tho Hulled Stntes D1k
tilct Court on a charge ot "ascnult"
regardless of what tlto (Iratid Jury
may leport, ns thero nro Rtiong iu
mors to the olteet thut an attempt li
being mado In tho Inquisitorial body
to whitewash Carter of nny blunts
whatsoever for his ungentlcmanly
conduct and cowardly assault.
Dr. l:. H. Hand, physical director ot
the local Y. Af. C. A., was called bo
fore tho Jury, presumably to explain
tho nature of n boxing contest as
compared with u prize-fight.
Superintendent Jnck McVeigh of
tho Leper Settlement was nuuthcr
man who was called upon to eluci
date tho members of tho Urn ml Jury
regarding cortnln matters portulnlng
to the employment of-non-cltlzon la
bor on the now Leprosarium at Molo
kal. It is rumored tho report of tho
Grand Jury on this matter will bo
nnytblng but mild, nnd It is said that
It will contnlji recommendations "of
vital nnd sonsattonal Interest to a
great many peoplo here.
BOOZE TAXES ARE WAY UP
(Continued from Pace 1)
Tho total receipts for tho year
lDOS wcro S5C.82S.il, ns compared
with $48,273.93 for tho previous
year. Tho total of special tax payors
numbered C04, whllo last year thero
were only 435 known to tho Collect
or. Walter Drake's assistants nro
Ralph Johnstone, Otto Ilerndt, J.
Walter Dojlu, and L. L. Unrdlng.
Tho icport for 100S is ns follows:
Collection (fines) ..,..? 4,01)4.87
I'ormontcd liquor 12,024,00
Distilled spirits (tax
Cigars and Cigarettes. .. . 85.13
Tobacco and snuff 2,331.53
Special taxes 21,019,50
1'laylng cards 8S 1.10
, i ,
Itcctlflcrs ot less than 500 bar-
lels per annum .. r.v
Wholcsalo liquor doalors 93.
Wholcsalo dealers, malt liquors. 21,
itetntl liquor deajoi a -1 1 !
Hetal dealers, malt liquors ...'. 'lS
Drawers of 500 bariels or inoro
per annum 1
Wholcsalo dealers of uncolorcd
oleomargarine .- 7
Retail dealers of uncolorcd ole
MnnufnctutfltB of stills ...,,.., 1.
Stills manufactured , i". .. 1
Woims manufactured 1
Manufacturers of clgats ...'... 1
Manufacturers of playing cards -I
Wholesalers of denatured alco
Retail dealers In denatured al
Total special tax payors CO 1
Ulsbuifcomcnts, Including balarles
nnd Incidental expcm.es, $11,508.87.
HtY BULLETIN ADS. PAY -g;
Library. Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets nnd Units, Office Fittings and
supplies : also New Jersey School-
Church Furn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination - Adjustable
Desks and Scats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Imports to order,
iTlios. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,