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EVENINQ DOLM.TIN, HOKOLtTLD, T. II., SATURDAY, Juf.Y 18, IMS.
DAILY and WEEKLY Publiihed by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hoaoluln, Territory of HawtiL
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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
NVatluce R. Harrington.
ref Mouth, anywhere In US. .78
PerQuarter, anjwhcreln US. .. 3.oo
Per Vear, aiiv here In US H.oo
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
In the Territory
np ( Editorial Rooms,
1 wl.Bugne8B Office,
An long ns the Hawaii has a chanco
to win, the people ot Hawaii will
Why of lourso our' Bailors are a
, mighty flue lot ot men. What did
- Che Honolulu three squads ot the
1'lect patiol ns u permanent llxturo
! mill the whole Honolulu police tone
' lould easily he dispensed with.
The II u 1 I o 1 1 n Tleet edition Is
dec In ted without one dlsscnlng voice
to he the hest "hoostcr" for Hawaii
that has been Issued from any otllce
Jack Lucas has said that he Is a
candidate for Major. It jou get a
fair chance, vote for him. He won't
(end his policemen to cash 1100.
notes nt IwIIel.
Yes, It Is true. The officers of the
rieet are the best-looking officers
n ml I ho men of the fleet nro tho
finest lot of men that ever visited the
Vlt) of Honolulu
l'eary searching for the Pole wilt
not have n harder struggle than Dry
nn striving to land the Presidency.
And there Is n possibility that each
may win, after all.
' 'Hearst getting Into camp with
. Iloss Murphy of New York ami
Hearst opposing Hryan show tho de
velopment of n character that does
not Impress sou ns one to tie to.
Unless nil signs fall, the hall for
tho enlisted men of tho Fleet will lie
the greatest event ot the Atlantic
I'leet'B visit to Honolulu. Let every
one he there and show the men what
Honolulu thinks of them.
It Is not thy favorable mention thnt
'every nationality represented In Ha
waii Is putting tho American Flag to
'the front This has never been bo
'noticeable slnco Hawaii became part
und parcel of tho United States.
The ball committee Is entitled to a
.rousing vote of thnnks. The decora
tion scheme was Ideal, the arrange
ments perfect, nnd even the weather
was made to order. Tho people ap
preciate this good work, though they
may be backward In salng so.
President Roosevelt has been of
fcicd a small fortune for what he
may write during his prospective
- South African tour. Now thoy will
hnvo to cease attacking Uryan for
the money he has mado through the
prominence politics has brought him.
Why did Honolulu not cheer when
men of tho Navy were on putado? It
Jb hard to say; but Honolulu has
tome cold-blooded customs thnt make
ono think ot Bchool dns, when one
joungster fears another will laugh at
liim It ho does something out ot tho
ordinary. Why the laugh nnd why
the fear, the Lord only knows.
.T1rAlnnt nlni.ltnno nnnad in nulnl.
Iy that someone will havo to get up
and make a noise about what hap
pened when he was not looking.
Knockers of the Republican party
have so little real reason to complain
thut they must now raise a row over
the largo measure of harmony that
Thero Is much to suggest that a
largo amount of gambling Is being
ime In the world's beet-sugar mar
ket. This should receive the Imme
diate attention ot Honolulu reform
ers, who arc deeply Interested In
keeping others straight but And noth
ing to crltlclso In tho custom ot n
police officer peddling "promises to
pay" In the red-light district.
Our friends of the Evangelical As
sociation have solemnly declared that
there has been a great increase of
ealoons slnco annexation, thus giv
ing the Impression to mainlanders
that annexation and American rule Is
responsible. Tho wording Is artful
nnd, nlthough our ministerial friends
did It, the Impression they convey Is
not true to the facts. Annexation ot
the Islands did not bring the saloon
to Hawaii, nor did It change tho
method ot dealing with tho liquor
traffic, which ..,. Is now, and al-
BJiifitiiV i ' ' tlnjAWiiitfiHTir . rii! a tri.toiiiii itirnlsaMte' ii?u-iiariiWiniiiV i
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Si Mouth. a) ,Bo
Per Vear, anywhere In US. ,,,,.. I.ou
Pel Year, an) where In Canada ., I, Ho
Per Year postpaid, foreign 3,oo
Eittrcd t tlie roslofficp at Honolulu
as ircond cUit Dialler.
JULY 18, 1908
ways has been controlled by laws
passed by the legislative body of Ha
Mall. ALOHA, SINCLAIR.
Here's'to you, Commodore Sinclair,
Pet haps 5iu nu n winner In tho
acht r ' nit! ppthnps not. Hut II
Is eerlila t'uit the Lurllne anil her
ronnnntlor have won a place In the
honits of Honolulu people thut is
worth while, worth coming two
thousand miles to become personally
Up to the time of going to press
the people ot Honolulu hope nnd be
lieve that tho Hawaii will win. Hut
If defeat must como In the Second
Trans-Pnclllc Yacht Hace, Honolulu
knows that It lias lost In n contest
with the best nsscmbly of sportsmen
that can be found In the world.
The Lurllnp has won the cordial
icspect of Hawaii. And It tho Ha
waii cannot win, well we won't
give up jet.
FLEET WEEK A FORETASTE OF
How many of our residents have
said during tho last few duB, "I have
never seen so many people In Hono
lulu."? This the oldest resident can Bay
with perfect truth, nnd It is well for
the more recent arrivals and tho
lounger men to find In this record
breaking Fleet-week population an
Inspiration for the future.
"The crowds of civilians nnd men of
the Navy that have mado Honolulu
gay are merely a foretaste of tho fu
ture City of Honolulu. This record
for crowds will bo broken many times
during the next ten J ears, and the
best of It Is that there Is certain to
Le a steady Inciease of the perma
Tho day Is not far distant when
America will have a navy of sum-
Anapuni St., Manoa Valley, Bere
Partially Furnished House at Wd
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
2700. " . '
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
RATES ARE LOW.
7 ' T . -.
'Splint 1flmk t&Cft
I For Rent
Near the center of the
city at 1100 per month.
House sultnblo for
nnd boarders. Place Is
partly furnished. An
opportunity for ono
wishing to run smnll
$mk Tjmfr LoM
clcnt size to maintain sixteen battle
ships In both tho Pacific and the At
lantic. "That there will bo another
great Fleet encircling tho world nnd
attracting such widespread attention
may be In doubt, but the pessimists
need hne no fear that thcro will be
any reduction of the naval force.
Fleets of larger ships will como nnd
go, in the natuial course or events.
We shall not make so much noise
about It, but Honolulu will be as busy
or busier than It has been during the
last few das. The excitement will
be eliminated. Tile town will be go
ing ahead under full headway, driven
by tho powerful dynamos of world-
The situation In this city Is very
much llko that at Washington last
winter when tho workers for Pearl
Harbor came home before tho appro
priation bill had passed Congress.
They reported that thero was no oc
casion for further Pearl Harbor talk.
The appropriation was so well as
sure'd that If a delegation were sent
to Washington to prevent the pas
sage of the bill, the task would be
So It Is with Honolulu, which'
will soon number Penrl Harbor ns Its
busiest suburb. The town is In the
track ot the world's progress and It
cannot fall to go nhcad.
HAS WAS FREAK
Wonderful Picture Is
Drawn In Romance
IlEKLIN, Germany, July 4. Un
der the title "Uanznl," a brochure
was published this week painting a
startling picture ot a forthcoming
Japanese-American war. Tho Ameri
can battleship Fleet Is on its home
ward voyage through tho Atlantic,
when tho cables to Manila are cut.
Not until two da s later does tho
American garrison discover that war
has broken out, and simultaneously
tho monitor Monadnock Is blown up
bf a Japanese mnn-of-wnr, which en
tered tho harbor disguised as a tramp
The Japanese blockade tlie Philip
pines, and ono May morning San
Francisco wakes up to find tho city
placarded with proclamations signed
by a Japanese military governor, stal
ing' that during tho night tho city
had been seized by 100,000 Japanese,
who wero disguised ns American
troops and who Issued mysteriously
from various shops nnd cellars where
for two yeais they had been accumu
lating stores while acting as coolies.
San Francisco Taken
A single regiment overpowers the
San Francisco garrison. When the
news reaches Washington nnd Now
York n terrible financial panic en
sues. Admiral Sperry's Fleet Is divid
ed into two sections, maneuvering.
One of them, tho White Squadron, Is
expecting n mimic attack from the
ellow squadron. They are astonish
ed by the appearance on the horizon
of a ileet whose leal character Is In
dicated by Its hurling 12-Inch shells
nt Sperry's flagship, Connecticut.
The attacking fleet Is Japanese,
under Admiral Togo, who finds the
Americans hopelessly unprepared, and
after a fierce combat all thn Ameri
can ships are sunk, Admiral Sperry
going down last with the flagship col
ors flying. Simultaneously tho Amer
ican yollow squadron Is similarly at
tacked by the Japanese under Admir
al Kambjiura and soon nothing io
mains of the magnificent American
Great Army Defeats Japanese
Meanwhile another Japanese army
ot 85,000 lands on the ratine Coast
MATCHLESS NAVY WILL
1 ASSURE MASTERY OF PACIFIC
'Let us look; lliu fnctS in tlio-luec. set', in niiy event,
tlint il will tnko u great ileiil lnoro tlum our jircent rule of
iinvnl incit'ife to own (ho largest nnd most powerful navy in
tlits world. And tlicro nro grent ditliculties in tho vvny. To
build up such n navy lequirc., nltovc nil, threo lliiugi: niueli
time, lunch money, and many able nnd liained men? Tho
Amuricim jteoplt! tlint is, tlio broad mnus limit lirt be
eome convinced of tho ab'oluto necessity of having such a
navy before they can po-sihly lw willing to incur the aeii
iiccs that it would entail. Look at tho British budget, and
you will ee how enormous iuo tbeo sacrifices in men nnd
money. Tho JritMi budget for 100:1-01 shows $172,2S5,000
appropriated for tho navy, with 127,100 men. Jf tho Amer
ican hiivv is to bo tho largest nnd most powerful of all, it
would swallow up an annual outlay of $200,000,000, and
would need 120,000 to 1 50,000 men and ollieors to
man it. That would ho a gieat buidcn, and tiio mere mention
of such figures today would scare tbo average Ameiican. No
Congressman on tho iloor of tho J louse today would bo bold
enough' to advocate such a naval program.
Vet the day will como when the American people will
clearly see that to win and bold tho place fato has in storo
for us, such enormous sacrifices aro absolutely required.
Gieat Britain with her 40,000,000 of inhabitants willingly
bears this buidcn, and her I'aliamcnt every year makes" tho
necessary .ipjnoprintioni. Shall a nation of 8",000,000,
growing at the rata, of 2,000,000 a ear, and with natural re
sources far superior to thoo of her cousin across tho ea,
shirk its lesponsibilities? If Kiytland is able to pay for her
navy, we are doubly and trebly nblo to do so. It is only n
question of driving this conviction home to tbo mu1 of tho
A navy of inadequnto sio that is the ono great weak
spot in our armor at prc-ent. Fortune has been kind enough
to give us a geographical position which enables us to dis
pense with a gigantic army, an army thai would have to bo
far more costly in blood and treasuie tlum u navy of tho first
magnitude. Poverty-stricken llussia, a country at present on
tho very In ink of national bankruptcy, is not so situated, Shu
bus to spend untold millions, wrung fioiu her starving eas
nntry, to maintain both a huge army and a gieat navy. Ger
many, another ono of our chief rivals in tho I'auitlu hcieafter,
must likewise pay for two enormous fight ing machines, ono
on land and the other on water.
A watch (' nary, powerful ewouyli to enforce our poh
icj) in the l'ttrlfic, is an tntlUpcnsable requisite lo vunilery
there. von .Schiorhrnnd's "America, Asia, and the Pacific."
and the American War Department
finds only -'M00 lcgulars available
for bervlce. 'Frantic efforts nio mado
to raise n volunteer army, and by
dint of herculean efforts u largo but
motley forcaiimaiihcs against tho
Jnpancso nnd meets defeat In the
great battleof Illuo Mountain, -Oregon.
Japan offers Inglorious terms of
pence and the American capitalistic
Intorests, on th,e, brink ot ruin, urge
their ntceitance, Cut tho people nio
Induced by tho President to continue
fighting. Eventually "flO.000 men
nro massed against Nogl under tho
command of, General MacArthur, and
In a terrific threo dajs' engagement!
In Oregon the Japaneso nro routed
eventually and expelled from the
BULLETIN ADS. PAV
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice Is hereby given to parties
Indebted to JOSEPH I11C11A1U), do
ing business as tho Union Dairy In
Honolulu, that all accounts for milk
delivered by him since March 14,
190S, huve been assigned to tho Ho
nolulu Dalrj men's Association by
mortgago dated on that day and duly
recorded on tho ICth day ot March,
1908, nnd payments of said accounts
can be made only to tho undersigned.
Dated, Honolulu, July 18, 1908.
HONOLULU DAIHYMEN'S AS
SOCIATION. Kinney & Marx, Attorneys, 303
OUR STOCK OF
is the Finest Collection of
these goods that can be seen
outside the Orient.
Our nresent stock composes
govods of HIGHEST QUALITY
Of Exquisite Patterns
Your inspection of the goods
il. F. Wichman & Co.
July IS, 1908.
Temperatures C n. m 72; 8 n.in.,
75; 10 a, in., 25; noon, 7C; morning
Unromctcr, 8 n. m. ,30.10; abso
lute humidity, 8 a. m., C.17S grains
per tuble foot; lolattvo humidity, 8
a. in., 00 per cent.; dew point, 8 a.
Wind 0 n. m., velocity 12, direc
tion N13; 8 a. m., velocity 11, direc
tion NE; 10 a, m., velocity 18, direc
tion E; noon, velocity 12, direction
Knlnfnll during 21 houis ended
8 a, m.- .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 298 mil us.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Wonthcr
J. M. LEVY & CO.
KING ST. near Bethel. Phone 76.
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey School
Church Furn. Co.'i International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton 'Combination Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
sign. Estimates given. Imports to order,
Tlios. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
that brings jiis bov in our
again when he sees the
clothes we show,
They are so different from the clothes "father"
wore when he was a bov.
The quick eye of youth will take in at a glance
all the special features and nattiness these clothes
have. They'll make him FEEL he is almost a
Juct as much style, some 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 clothinc.
M. M'lnerny, Ltd., 3Wt and
Disease of the
Pc-ru-na Made a Well Man
- of Mc. '
I Cannot Speak Too Highly
Mr. (ivorge King, 1"1 HI. Denis SI., i
.'i wii il en I, viiiiiiiui, il wi'ltliuw il uus-
lncss mull of Unit city, writes:
"I'erutm cured mo from what llio
doctors were afraid would turn Into
lfright's disease, and nftur you liavt
gone Through tho sulTcrlug that 1
havo with catarrh ot tho bladder and
kidney trouble, and hivo been cured
jou are pretty apt to remember the
medicine that did tho work,
"l'eruna Is ablensltigtoaslcl: mnn,
Eight bottles mado mo well and were
wor'li morotban a thousand dollars
to inc. 1 cannot speak too highly of
It. It is now four years since I was
troubled, and 1 havo onjojed perfect
health since. Every spring nnd fall
1 takoa bottle ot It and It keeps mc
jiATAHKH of the kidneys Is a very
much neglected dlre.ic.
It Is not until tho dle.iso ha a firm
hold upon tho kidneys that the indent
begins to renluo thnt there Is eomuile
rangement of thero organs.
Tho slight Inck.iche't, the ficllngn of
lastludc, nnd other warning sj mptoma
of kidney illcao nro ov erlookcd.
They nro not serious enough to detain
the patient from lil regular work.
Even when ho discovers that the kid-
REACHES THE KIDNEYS.
ho doen not rce-
Ogtll7U tbo (lllll-
enliy as being
council by catarrh.
Uatnrrh is sometimes so very graduil
In Its approach nnd I Is earlier symptoms
canto such slight dlacomtort that it W
However, when It h once firmly sealed
In the kidneys It Incomes a dllllcult dis
ease to exterminate.
Indeed, catarrh of tbo kldncyi is more
Fcrlous than catarrh affecting somo of
tho other orgnns of the body.
Ill tho kidneys It is liable to tcrmlnato
in llrlghl's dleno or dlibetes, both of
which nro recognized as very serious
ailments, if not f-Ual.
Tho thing to bo dune, when oatarrh of
tho kidneys is dlicov ered, Is to tnko somo
Internal, systemic eilarrli remedy, ono
that reaches tho er,y tuurco of tho ca-
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Such n remedy hai been found In IV
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That reruna Is nt onpo tho safest and
most reliable ...... -
remedy for ca- IPE-RU '.A AH I
tarrh of the kid- I CATARSH RE
neys Is prov en by -
tho many testimonials written lij tlnmj
who havo experienced its benefit.
The tcllmonlali given hero are only
specimens of tho many teitlmoulili. n
our records, pertaining Io tho riluf
afforded by l'eruna in severe cai of
Kidney Disease of Long Staitdlrti!.
Mr. .Samuel A. l'axton, Ills Tr ..t
Ave., Katm-is City, Missouri, U.S.A.,
member I. 0. 0. 1'. and National Annu
ity Asociatlon, writes:
"1nm a well man to-day, thanks In
your splendid medicine, l'eruna. Iw i
troubled with catarrh nud kld-.toy tlU
cisoot long standing when I first bu
gan ii'ing l'eruna. I soon found I w ns
getting better and continued taking it
for four months. It cleaned out tho
system, leaving, mo well nnd strong
tml fueling better than I liav o lu j ears."
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