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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOTiTTLP, T.;H.) FRIDAY. JULY 17, 'IMS.
DAILY and WEEKLY PubUshed by BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ 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.
Wafln.ce R. Harrington,
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
( Editorial Rooms,
I Business .Office,
Client, at the Pojtoflice it Honolulu
as itcond-cUts uititer.
PRIDAY JULY 17, 1003
Thnnks, Admiral, the parade was
'The 11 u I let In's Fleet edition
spoho for Itself and the response
from tlie people was so unanimously
favorable that even the town knocker
Maybo Honolulu Is not as Fleet
mad'as the Faclflc Coast, hut there Is
not n place on earth where the Amer
ican citizens get more rent happiness
f Jilt of just watching tho United
States Navy Brow.
Meanwhile tho reform Sheriff of
the reform administration might well
think over the advisability of resign
ing. Cashing $100. notes In tho red
light district has a yellow-dog ticket
beaten by several yards of brilliants.
omcers of tho Navy have only to
look over the population statistics to
realize how good it seems to sec 2400
American citizens marching the
streets. If we could add them to the
permanent population. It would mako
Hawaii much happier.
itonolulu has arranged but one of
ficial function for which orders to at
tend will be Issued to the officers.
This docs not mean, however, that
cither officers or men will find time
hanging heavily on their hands with
no olio to welcome them,
The town owes Alexander Young a
volo of thanks for the very elabnrato
Illumination of his great hotel. It Is
qnlio tho inoht artistic and expensive
feature, of this diameter Honolulu
has uvcr seen and cannot fall to have
n prominent placft In tho Honolulu
Tho-work at Pearl Harbor cannot
look.Jie.Uer to tho people of Hono
lulu than to full many a quiet officer
on bo.rd the Atlantic Fleet. The
Navy' lias always known what Pearl
Harbor means to the country, and,
without ensttng discredit on thoso
patriotic citizens who hnvo helped
and finally furnished tho votes to put
It Hirough, Pearl Harbor would never
have been n present-day fact had It
not been for the patient, patriotic,
persistent nsslstanco from the officers
of tho United States Navy.
HAWAII AND FLEET GILL.
Honolulu seconds tho motion of
Jlllo that tho movements of Admiral
Sperry's Fleet bo shaped so that tho
pcdplo of the Island of Hawaii may
ItHvo u glimpse of tho Great Sixteen.
Dcspito the fact that personal ex
prusslons from Hllo have been of a
character to suggest a strong current
of competltho prejudice, Honolulu
lias not now and never has had a do
Hllo to lob tho people of tho other
Islands of nny of tho Joy of living.
AIoio especially Is It far, from tho
thought of Honolulu citizens to stand
In tho way so that the residents of
tho largest Island may not seo tho
greatest battleship Fleet that ever
tailed the Pacific.
If It wero possible to do so Hono
lulu would recommend that the Fleet
initke u completo circuit of the Dig
Island, so hat tho residents of Kona
m) well as Hllo and Haihakua might
blnire in tho view.
Wo iiro woll awaro that tho Admir
al In command will do his utmost to
please the pcoplo so far as ho can do
eij without violating his orders from
Ho far as Honolulu Is concerned, wo
don't want to lose n moment of tho
Fleet. A stay of n month would bo
most appropriate, but wo shall not,
on tho other hand, prevent the peo
ple of other Islands from gaining a
sharo of the benefits from n demon
stration nlong their shores.
BUSINESS-LIKE PEARL HARBOR
country have lagged pitifully and
suffered so many delays that citizens
have learned to be surprised when
the work goes through with a snap
from tho very start. If all the facts
were known, It would undoubtedly
bo found that the delays wero duo
not so much to the slow movements
of th mn on the Job as to the com
plications and rcstilctlons placed up
on the u bv n legislative authority
nlwns w.t'i It i ear to the ground,
listening to the people afraid that
we ma) become n warlike country.
Pearl Harbor fortunately has suf
fered none of these distressing mis
fortunes thus far and there Is reason
to hope that It has a clear way. Wo
may be nssured that oory officer ot
the Navy will do his utmost to for
ward tho opening ot the harbor and
tho construction ot tho Naval Station.
They nro the men of nil others who
appreciate tho overwhelming Impor
tance of the enterprise on which the
most efficient officers and civilians ot
the Department nre now engaged.
BRYAN'S FIRST DECLARATION.
Candidate Ilryan did not hesltnto
to promptly put himself on record as
ngtilnst the second torm for a Presi
dent of the United States.
Ho will later receive his official
notification and mnko his official re
sponse, but none of these formal ut
terances will be moro closely rend
thnti ills first remarks following the
unofficial notification that ho had
been n third tlmo nominated -tor tho
The morning after his nomination
a great number of frlonds., nnd
neighbors--assembled at Mr. llVyan's
homo and this Is what lie said to
them, and It probably okcs his deep
est feelings better than anything that
may come nfter:
"Tho Piesldcncy Is the highest of
ficial position in the world 'and "no
one occupying it can aHord to havo
his views upon public question bias-
tfftnJk 1jmfr LoM
tj For Rent
m. . t,'Tn
Near tho center of the
city nt $100 per month.
House, suitable for
keeping r o o m o r n
nnd boarders. Place Is
partly furnished. An
opportunity for one
wishing to run small
Sjwfi 'ijmk LoM
ed by personal ambition. Itccogniz
Ing his responsibility to Clod nnd his
obligation to his countrymen, he
should cuter upon the discharge of
hl duties with singleness of pur
pose. Believing that one can best
do this when he is not planning for
a second term, I announce now, as I
have on former occasions, that It
elected I shall not be a candidate for
"This Is a .nomination as plnl;ily
from the people as can' be, and It
elected my obligation will purely bo
to the people. I appreciate tho honor
tho moro because it camo not from
one person or n few persons, but from
the rnnk and flic, acting freely and
"You will remember that In 1890
there was a great Democratic tidal
wac that 'swept Into office many
who at tho time of nomination had
little expectation ot success. Four
years later thcro was another tidal
wiive, u Republican wave, that swept
6 tit ot office a great many Democrats
and' Into offico n'grcnt many Repub
licans who hardly expected to suc
ceed. Circumstances nro potent In
tho political success of tho people.
Therefore ou ran not build securely
upon honors that come without neces
sarily much effort or merit on your
"I do not know what tho futuio
has in Ktoro for us; kind Providence
conceals from us the book of fate. Wo
joarn each day what each day Is to
tiling forth, and wo must bo prepared
for whatever comes; but I will say
this to you, that I npprcclato tho
generous good-will nnd nITectlon so
many of tho American people havo
shown, moro than I could nppreclato
any omce that could como to me. I
would rather have tho lovo of thoso
who know mo than any other thing
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvei a complete summary cf
.-tin nwi of the day.
Anapuni St., Manoa Valley, Bere
tania St. '
Partially Furnished House at Wai
kiki Beach. .
The prompt and business-like stylo
In which the Schroedcr Hoard has
gone to work on Pearl Harbor fur
nishes a good example ot how tho of
ficers of the Navy do things when tho
Unlteii States Congress gives them
Some of tho srout projects ot tho
Building Lots, Manoa Valley, Ma
kiki and Punahou Districts.
House and lot at Kapahulu for
House and lot on Makiki St. for
House and lot, College Hills, for
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
RATES ARE LOW.
M3mI. -"iHKr rn mdanv
l"!- llWl-i"j ""iT.
Bmrto -.. r
To give the officers nnd men ot the
Kletit an opportunity to visit the Vol
cano during us present activity, a
special excursion jvlll leave Honolulu
per S. B. "MAUNA KHA"
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 17TH,
and, returning-, will arrive
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 20TH.
A limited number ot townspeople
and others will be given the oppor
tunity to accompany tho party; per
sons wishing to make tho trip should
book at once with
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Agents for KTLAUEA VOLCANO
HOUSE COMPANY, LTD.
Peacock Is Now After
That tho Japanese of thoso Islands
will commence tho manufacture of
their favorlto drink, sake, In n very
short time, Is now certain, for nt tho
meeting of tho Itoird of Liquor Com
mlsBloncrs Iho other day u llcenso was
Ki anted to T. Siunedii nnd T luanad.i
for this purpose. They will Imtnod
lately start tho erection of n plant In
Pnuoa valley, audit will not bo long,
according to a leading Japanese, bo
foro "homc-maflo" sake will bo on
Another matter of Immediate Inter
est wns tho withdrawal of W. C. Pea
cock & Co., of tho letter withdrawing
their application for n restaurant llc
enso nt "Scotty" Mcston's old place.
It may bo that Peacock & Co. may get
this license, though it Is doubtful If u
saloon llcenso will be granted. Chair
man Uallcntyno wns not present nt
tho meeting of tho Hoard.
Mrs. Klcmmo was granted her ap
plication for n restaurant license with
out tho Sunday privilege on tho Alohn
Alnn saloon premises. This applica
tion has been beforo tho IKurd for
Tho application of K. Ono and ono
Dthor Japanese for a saloon llcenso nt
tho corner of lwllei and King streets
wns deferred until the next meeting
ot tho Hoard, on tho lbth of tho
Tho Wild West show will havo n
bar on tho 17th nnd lSth. as tho Com
missioners granted tho application of
Cockclt to run a saloon I hero on thoso
two days only. Thero wcie only thieo
members of tho Hoard present ut the
i- .f s-. $ j , .j,
Tho regular car scnlcu will bo
r extended over the whole sjstcni
f for ono hour. Car leiulng tho -f
f Moana Hotel at 1 n. in. will bo -f
- the last car to go through to tho
Kahaulki terminus, and will
f mnko LAST connection with
f Wnlalae, Manoa Vnllej and Nun- t
f ami Vnlley cars.
Kxtra cars will leave tho .Mo- -f
f ana Hotel ,for Fort street, only,
1- nt 1:20, 1:40 nnd 2 n. in., mid
f will connect with Punahou cars -t-
f at Pawuu Junction nt 1.3U, 15u
-f and 2:10 a. m.
FLEET SAILORS PARADE
(Continued from Paze.U
companies em h fiom tho Wisconsin,
Illinois, 'KqiiMirgo, unq Jsentucliy.
Tlin lnnc column fif 'iinlfnrmoil nml
armed men, headed by their officers
with dinwn swords und gold braid,
made u brao show. Each ship's com
pany carried Its. colors, und every
brigade had a magnificent banner ns
well ns the bilgudo flag, a blue ban
nor with a whlto anchor. The bat
tleship bands played martial airs, to
which the men kept step. Ono spe
clal fcaturo which delighted all of
tho spectators wero tho evolutions
which tho Jeadcr of tho last band, n
gigantic sailor, performed with his
baton. Ho wns an artist at his work
and his efforts called foith loud
cheers wheievcr ho passed.
I-mm tho foot of Fort sticct the
pnrado mnrihi'd up to King, where
It turned towaids Wnlklkl. At the
cntrnnco to tho Capitol, Admiral
Spcrry and (ioveinor Frear rcvlowcd
tho men. With them in their nuto
wero Col, Jonc3 of tho National
Guard and Lieutenant Wurtsbaugh,
tho Admiral's Hag lieutenant. As tho
pnrado passed them tho colois wero
lowered whllo tho officers saluted by
lowering their swords.
Tho p.irnilo marched on to AInpat,
thento to Uerctanlii, dowu Hcretanla
to Nmiaiiu, down l(i Fort, nnd to
that brings his bov in our store will wish he were a boy
again when he se:s the assortment of "SAMPECK"
clothes we show, r
They are so different from the' clothes "father"
wore when he was a bov.
y. - -"
The quick eye of youth will take in at a glance
nil the special features and nattincss these clothes
have. They'll make him FEEL he is almost a
Junt as much style, same materials and workman
ship as is in the clothes for grown-ups.
Norfolks, Single-Breasted Suits, in wide variety of ma
terials, colors, and patterns. All sizes.
One entire floor devoted to clothiner.
M. M'Inerny, Ltd., Fort and Merchant Sts.
FLEET HATS $1.25
FLEET WAISTS $1.50
SILK FLAGS 20o up
CANES WITH FLAGS 25c
CANES WITH PENNANTS 25o
NAVAL CAP BANDS, for all the
.Ships in, the Fleet 50o
OUR STOCK OF
is the Finest Collection of
these goods that can be seen
outside the Orient.
Our present stock composes
govods of HIGHEST QUALITY
Of Exquisite Patterns
Your inspection of the goods
Richards sticet, nnd to tho water
front, whero it broke ranks.
All nlong tho lino of march, espe
cially in tho down-town section, n
great throng of spectators had gath
ered to take In the unlquo sight.
Thcro wns n preponderance of the
fair sex, all dressed In their best, ns
Is usual In view of the well-known
weakness which the fair sex havo for
the fighting s.illor-mnn. Tho crowd
was probably as Interesting to tho p.i-
adcrs ns tho paradcrs wero to them.
It being mil cly the most cosmopolitan
population which they had i-cen slnco
they stinted on their long Journey
from Hamilton Roads. "Whites nnd
Hnwnlliins, Chinese and Japanese,
Porto Rtcniis nnd a very small sprink
ling of turbaned Hindus totild bo
seen on the sidewalks, nnd while the
crowd, as Is usual with the people
here, did not show its enthusiasm by
much cheering, ns In tho case In less
enervating climes, their faces and
their conversation showed that they
did not fall to be Impressed by tho
fine showing mndo by Undo Sam's
sc.ifailug fighting men.
It was, however, nt tho end nt the
line of march, at tho old Fishmarkel
that tho most lhcly and unique
scene presented Itself. Hero tho
llowcr ot Honolulu's fairest ladles had
gathcicd under the leadership ot Mrs.
(lco. R. drier. Jlrs. C. S. Ilollowny.
und .Mis. F. W. Mncfnrlniic. mim-
twenty or thirty stiong, and when
tho sailors reached that point they
wcio mndo the subject of an attack
suili us even -these gallant lighters
did not know how to repel. They
did evidently not wish to do so, cith
er, for that matter, for tho attacking
party's weapons were (lowers, nnd
their c)cs Hashed not with hostility,
but with engaging merriment. A halt
had been called, nnd while tho men
stood at rest the ladles Invaded their
innks carrying arms' full of lelswlileh
they hung around the necks and caps
of tho sailors. Olflceis and men wctc
treated nllke, each got n lei, though
homo of tho bolder sallormcn manag
ed to wheedfi two out ot the Iilnd
licarted fair lines, who could not re
sist the wiles of the Juikle, whose
way with the ladles wns, us ecr, irresistible.
Soon the march resumed, und while
tho foremost brigades, which had re
ceived their Dowers, went gaily on,
decorated such as they probably had
never been before, with Hnwall's
characteristic token of welcome nnd
good-will, the rest who had not been
readied during the rest In tho inarch,
were showeicd with lels from the
sidewalk, which thi-y caught with
great agility with their fmi hands or
on the points of their guns.
In nil about tin ie thousand lels
At u lltto after 10 o'clock, tho last
of tho paradcrs had readied the end
of Jlio mnich, the men looking but
little fatigued in spito of the long
march In (lie heat after their long
trip nt Ben. And from tho waterfront
tho cro.wds slowly passed back to the
various parts of town which they
camo from, glad to have met the men
ot the Flcot, and doubly ready, after
scolng what a flno body of men they
wcio, to extend tho welcome of Ha
waii to them dining their blunt stay
Copies of the B u 1,1 c t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents,
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,
IN THE HEINZ
Thcrp you have it! The best relish made, in the only
perfectly sanitary can on tho market.
This Superior Apple Butter 13 made in the HEINZ
WAY boiled down in good cider with pure spices from
fine, tart apples.
The HEINZ people wouldn't put such a superior at tide
in a can that might taint it; so they got up the Sanitaty
Can. which absolutely precludes all possibility of contami
nation. Ask Your Grocer for HEINZ APPLE BUTTER.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
1 eVlitBUl tJ
Is Now a Part of This Store
Your old shoes will be lcpaircd nnd made stiong and
serviceable again in a jiffy.
All you have to do is to bring them to us, take a walk
to the Postofllcc for your mail, and stop in for them on the
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING, TOO; all dono by iachi
nery ; and the prices are lower than those you'll have to pay
for the old hand-work.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, cor. KING and BETHEL STS.
Our cquimnent for producing it includes Steam nt all hours, White
Suits for Milkers, Covered Buckets with Absorbont,Cotton, Tail Hooks 'for
Cows' Tails, Thorough Washing of Udder, and Constant Skilled Supervi
sion. It costs, but is worth it.
Tel- 890 The Pond Dairy
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel.
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
you n world
Let it begin
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