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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
HHi J Editorial Rooms,
m. wh. business
The prevailing liot weather has
pot on tlio nerves of the Central
American, but a few cooling mes
rnKes from Mexico mid America
should tot them straight.
1'tit this In J our memory for keeps:
IJouolnlii timing l'leet-wccl; U what
Honolulu will be every ilay after the
1'earl Harbor Naval Station Is in full
awing. There's no doubt of It.
i It Is no ti-Mcrtlon on tile omecrs to
, 'say that Honolulu hail the tlmo of Its
Fiielal existence at the ball given for
! the men of the Fleet. A to thing that
I Is expressive of absolute equality tinil
I gootl-uatme suits Honolulu to perfec
tion. ! -IB.J- ii1 !
t ThnnKx, C'apt. Sharp. Hawaii will
. rontlmtc to do Its utmost In cilueat
s lug some of the backward mainland
ers to a realization of what n great
country ours Is nnil what a great
Navy wo need that the Nation may
perform Its proper mission In the
Decorations should very properly
remain in place for the Pacific Kleet.
Alvo over tiling possible should be
done to convince the olllcers mid men
that tho people of Honolulu do not
havo tho foolish fear or tho men
while, ashore, that was expressed In
tho foolish letter sent out by n local
olhclnl who has since resigned.
Tho Advertiser would happily run
to tno rescuo or n yellow Hog It by so
dplng It could help satisfy Its child-
"-Ish splto against the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n .
. Jiut even tho Advertiser Is entitled to
. an opinion In this free American re
public. With tho editor's record for
perjury Indictment, there Is no cause
to expect any effort on its part to bo
PROUD OF OUR NAVY
Honolulu has tried to express In
many different languages the pleas
ure It has gained from entertaining
the omecrs nnd men of tho Atlantic
Hut the l'leet has done moro than
furnish tho people of Hawaii with a
fow days of enjoyment.
Admiration for the men of tho
United States Navy is the sentiment
uppermost In tho thoughts of our
peoplo today, and It Is tho memory
that will remain longest nnd exert
tho greatest Inllucnco for tho cause
of better and moro patriotic Ameri
canism in Hawaii. We know tho
. canto Is truo of every other part of
the United States brought under the
subtle, educational power of these
strong, clear-eyed, alert men.
Tho good character, tho self-re-Epect,
tho courage of the men behind
the guns in the United States Navy
has always been accepted In Hawaii,
which knows the Navy well. But
never boforo havo wo had such a
largo number with (is to give daily
"nnd hourly gratifying proof of our
Tho power of theso men as promo
ters of patriotism at homo nnd re
spect for tho Nation among nil peoplo
of tho world cannot be overestlmatpd.
Tho swashbuckler and boaster Is un
known. They nro of tho quiet, hus
ky, and polite "variety, lambs of
peace but icady to light at tho drop
of tho hat If there bo good cause for
It. If theru are exceptions to provo
tho nile, thoy nro so fow that they
need not bo considered,
Tho men of our Navy, nnd espcclnl
ly.thoso with Admiral Sperry's Fleet,
bound to many ports where the Amer
ican man-of-warsman has been little
known, nro doing work abroad for
our common country that Is as val
uable ns tho common Bchool nt home.
l'o say that the reputation of tho
Nation Is safe In their hands is to re
peat u platitude. It is moro than
that. Tho men nro educators, nnd
thoro Is not n strip of foreign terri
tory they will touch whoro Amorl-
canlsm will not be oxprcsslvo of high
er standards nnd better Ideals as a re
sult of tho Impression our represent
Somo people speak well of tho
NijVy 1n n manner that carries with
It a suggestion of surprise. This is
unpleasant to the patriot, but It can
not bo taken ns a slur. Thero woro
days, not so many years ago when)
rerSI Momlis m ,Ko
Ter Year, auywheieln U.5. ,,.,, I.oo
t'et Year, ati)hcre in CatuJa... I.lto
Per Sear tMaid, forest 2.(o
Office, - 256
Entered at lie Posloffice at Honolulu
as m-wiiiI-cUm ruallcr.
JULY 21, 1908
some sailors, Americans too, wcro as
rough as tho toughesU The men who
followed John Paul Jones were far
from being Sunday-school scholars, or
Our man behind tho gun today,
however, has ull the courage, and
more, than the best lighter Jones or
any other An 'iUmii olllter ever com
mm. .en on. e:i listed man tins the
ondurru e. ilia loyalty, nail the stay
ing i ij. i r of (ho best of the olden
da . oal illrferenco Is: he has
the rough edges taken off. Ho Is a
The men of our Navy nro doing n
great work. Hawaii bids them (lod
In their further travels.
COASTWISE LAWS AND SUBSIDY
Newspaper correspondents from
the East mid some from tho West
learned in Honolulu what feo many
others know hero for the first time.
Hint those who would trnvel front itny
port In this Territory to any port of
tho mainland in n ship Hying n for
eign Hag must pay n penalty of, $200.
for so doing. In other words, resi
dents of Hawaii cannot trnvel in for
We of the Islands nro surprised
when we find that well-Informed men
nro not acquainted with theso facts,
yet it Is not so wonderful nfter nil.
Hawaii Is ono of tho very few Impor
tant places on earth dependent solely
on steamships for travel, and tho
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only American Territory where the
coastwise shipping law strikes In n
manner not originally intended.
. As this Information regarding
coastwise shipping laws becomes
more widely disseminated It shoulJ
give a steadily increasing furco to tho
campaign for subsidizing the Ameri
can merchant marine.
Tho American spirit of fair play
finds nothing to suit it In nn army
of laws that confines travel to Amor
lean ships exclusively nnd then re.
fuses the ships the assistance neces
sary to make It possible for them to
Anapuni St., Manoa Valley, Bere
Partially Furnished House at Wai
Building Lots, Manoa Valley, Ma-
kiki and Pttnahou 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.
uMirtOf ; ; v '
Near the center of tro
city nt $100 per month.
IIouso suitable for
nnd boarders. Placo Is
partly furnished. An
opportunity for ono
wishing to run small
Jv. r. -y&f
eL... L tfT..
S V" i-
remntn In business In competition
wUhJjnjrchaijt marine, of other
Tho campaign for Pearl Harbor
seemed hopclcsB nt times, nnd tho
work for transportation and tho
American marlno has met with many
When tho people became educated
to the necessity of Pearl Harbor they
could not act too quickly. So It must
be with tho American merchant ma
rine mid tho tnjustico now being
dono it. They are bound to wako up
before many jenrs, nnd, when they
do, there will be Action.
In splto of tho determined efforts
of many good peoplo to prevent tho
playing of baseball on Sundays the
game on that day Is becoming moro
popular mid tho nttendanco larger.
This paper has repeatedly pointed
out that tho playing of tho National
gamo has dono n great deal of good
In this community mid there aro few
hero to dispute the statement.
The gamo is thoroughly enjoyed by
n great ninny persons. It brings tho I
peoplo together mid gives opportu-
nlty for u better understanding nnd
closer tics of friendship, mid offers
opportunity for n diversion from tho
routine of llfo that Is Irksome.
It diverts from places of drink pei
sous wlio formerly Imbibed too heav
ily, mid It Is the causo of almost tho
entire, breaking up of gambling
among tho whiles and leading Ha
wailans. If baseball could bo attended on
week days ns it is on Sundays it
would bo all tho better, but thero are
many who cannot get nway from
their work on thoso days and there
ure othors who nro too tired to do so
after their work Is done.
Tho gamo nt Knhulul last Satur
day, however, proves that thero nre
many who can spare, tho tlmo and
thoroughly enjoy tho gamo thero.
Tho moro clean sport wo havo of
this naturo tho hotter, and thoso who
can see tho games on both days will
bo benefited nnd assist in bringing
about a better understanding and
closer ties of friendship than havo
Chauffeur Ulackwoll, whoso machlno
was damaged at Pearl City yesterday,
denies that ho ran it into a treo to
btop It. Ho says that n wheel broke
nnd that this caused tho car to con
nect with tho tree.
Agamo of baseball which was to
havo been played today between -
picked team of tho Honolulu Dnseball
Loaguo and a team from tho l'leet, is
oft, jis It was found Impracticable, to
get together n satisfactory nlrio uniong
the local men.
DENVKIt, Colo., July C. Tho nc'
cession of ex-United States Senator
J. It. llurton of Knnsas to tho rnnks
of tho Democratic party, at least for
tho next campaign, was nnnounccd
llurton camo In with the Kansas
delegation nnd, while not n delegate,
mingled freely with tho DomocrnU
of that Stnto. Ho lost no tlmo In
making known his Intention of sup
porting tho nominee of tho Denver
convention and expressed tho opin
ion that tho honor of that nomination
would be awarded to Hryan.
"I won't," he said, "support Tuft,
for the reason that his nomination
was secured through tho iibo of patro
nage, and I icgnrd tho uso ot patro
nago us tho most corrupting thing In
govcrnniont. I would not support n
Republican or n Democrat or any
body who was nominated as Tuft
was, by misuse of public office."
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Blank hooka of all Forte, ledecrs,
etc. manufactured by the Dulhtln Pub
This Was only .Maul
Contest, AD Others
. 'Were Quiet
(Special to tho Hit 11c tin)
Wnlltiku. Maul, July IS. Tho elec
tion of olllcers of tho Pieclnct clus of
Jlnul county look placo I'rlday even
ing between 7:30 nnd 10 o'clock,
Thero was no opposition nt l.nhaliin,
so tin) slato carried through. Tho light
ttas expected at the l'lfth Precinct,
Wnlltiku, hnd tho seat of war of Ka.
heklll kept up ItH reputation. Tlio real
light nt Wnlluku was between 'Captain
W. E. Mai nnd 1). II. Case for thq offlco
of president. Tho captain was nt I.a
hnlua With his command entertaining
tho ofllcors and men of Admiral Em
ory's division. The result of tho elec
tion nt tho various precincts was as
Third Precinct. I.ahaina Oco. II.
Dunn, president; Philip Pall, first vlco
president; 1). II. Kahaulcllo, second
lco president: Wm. Ktilniiklnl, secre
tary: A. N. Hayschlcn, treasurer. Kx
rcutlvo Committee: S. Knpit, W.
Hennlng. C. K. Pardon, i:. Wnlaholo,
C. It. Ijlndsoy. Judges of election:
Den Mololanl, .loo Kalaleka, Katilla.
Fifth Pieclncl, Walluku President,
W. K. Hal: first vlco president, Oco,
Weight; second vice president, A.
Enos; socrctniy. H. II. Halt; assist
out secretary, W. 1'. Clocked; treas
urer, I.. M. Hahlwln cxocutltu com
mittee: H. II. Peiihallow, W. T. Hob
Inson, W. A. McKay, It. A. Wndsworth
S. Kclllnol. Judges; Moses K"uhl
mnliu, Q. Maxwell, M. Pencil a.
a ra. - -tii-jMiis;
Honolulu League Mee's
Keio Protest Goes
At n meeting of tho Honolulu Base
ball League, this noon, a good deal of
Important business was transacted.
In the first placo, (ho lenialnder of
tho EChcdulo for tho Trlanglo I.eaguo
uas arranged;" It Is an follows;
July 23 Puns vs. Kelo; Kanis vs.
July 20 Kido vs. Santa Clara.
Aug. 1 Kama s. Kelo; Puns vs. ,
Aug. 2 Diamond Heads vs. Kelo;
St. I.ouls s. Santa Clara,
Aug. S St. Louis vs. Kelo; Diamond
Heads vs. Santa Clara.
Aug. 9 Kelo vs. San(a Clara.
It was formally decided to havo
two umpires, nnd tho name of Charllo
Albright was suggested lis one. Pat
Oleason and Kddlo Fernandcb wero
appointed as a committee) to select
tho men (o hnnillo tho Indicators.
Tho matter of tho Jnpancso protest
on Sunday's gamo with tho Jewels was
referred to tho trustees.
Tho resignation of Ilert Dover as
uniplro was nccepted.
Temperatures C n. in., 71; 8 n. in.,
78; 10 a. m 70; noon, 79; morning
Ilaromeler, 8 a. in., 30.08; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 a, m., G.1GG grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 i.. m.,
GO per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., G3.
Wind G n. m., velocity A, illructlu.i
N. i:.j 8 a. m., velocity B, direction
N. V..; 10 n. m velocity 13, direction
N. D.; noon, velocity 10, direction Nil.
Itnlnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m .00 Inch
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, l.'iS miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather
OUR STOCK OF
is the Finest Collection of
these goods that can be seen
outside the Orient.
Our Dresent stock composes
govods of HIGHEST QUALITY
, See Our
Of Exquisite Patterns
Your inspection of the goods
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
that Inings his bov in our store will wish ho were a boy
again'when he sejs the assortment of "SAMPECK"
clothe3 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
Jur.t 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 clothinc.
M. M'Inerny, Litd., Fort and
2 I.OO Fleet notes
Tho Wisconsin, Illinois, Kentucky
nnd Kcarsargo nro coaling tenia.
Tho A-cMiusa luu tied up nt tho
Tlio waterfront w'll seem iMilto do-
set tod nf(er tho Fleet goes out, nl 0
o'clock (omoriow evening, IcaWng only
ono of the nimmla to pick up Coast
It Ii said that -1000 sailors were In
tho sticets of Honolulu last evening.
A rather uncomfortable (lino Is be
li'Cliad hero by (ho bear which serves
or. Ji Connecticut In tun capacity or
n l ascot. It Is too hot for hrulu, nnd
tho men havo lo como to his retcuo
often with buckets of water and the
Tho dirigible balloon belonging to
(ho war department of Franco mado a
Miccessful flight at Solssons, carrying
n cargo of 2S0U pounds.
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 Scats, latest improved de
intimates given, imports to order.
tThos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
Hats, Caps and Straw
J. M. LEVY & CO.
KING ST. near Bethel. Phone 76.
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
a AT o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
Auto for Hire
MANUEL BEIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 280, 200, 1097.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
There is no reason why you rChildrcn should not have
the same advantage that you aro enjoying.
R E a A L S for CHILDREN are made with the
same care and attention to details that characterize all RE
Children's Shccs of Vici Kid, Patent Leather, and
White Canvas, sizes under 11, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00.
Same in Misses' Shoes, in sizes from 11 to 2, and also
in Rustet 3-bolc ties, same sizes, $2.00 and $2.50.
Go c Regal Shoes for your Children
HcC&NDLESS BUILDING, corner of King and Bethel.
BARGAIN SALE OF
$ .75 SHIRTS CUT TO $ .50
$1.00 SHIRTS CUT TO $ .75
$1.30 SHIRTS CUT TO $1.00
$1.75 SHIRTS CUT TO $1.25
Xi Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
There's An Indescribable Something About the
we make that appeals to the people who know good from
bad in beverages. Maybe it's the Snap and the excellence
of Flavor. Whatever, it is, causes a demand that taxes our
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
Kaneohe BeefiThree Weeks
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel.
YOUHQ TIM, Manager.
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
at Haleiwa will do
you a world of good.
Let it begin at any
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