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PA11Y and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daijy eTery day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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Wallace 13. Pnirlnuton, - Editor
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EVBNIKO BOLLWTINr BOUohVtiV, H.. WKDNKflDAY, JUt,y 22, 1908.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rri I Editorial Rooms, - 185
I'lEusiness Office, - 256
WEDNESDAY JULY 22, 1908
Honolulu will now
strive to do a one of the representatives of tlio
I Klect, ami a horrible crime It nny
other phould be such n fool or sche-
Just ono fault Is found with tlio Jmcr?
rioct, on board and In tlio town: Us ! What arc the reformers to do about
stay In Honolulu was all too short.
JudElne from the trend of the
this thing, this "Indiscretion"? Si
lence RlviM their mment and npprov
al. and ni'ts .1 definite ratine on tlio
crowds, Honolulu and the 1 leet IIKOsm , ; 0- , , lcform lews.
iiothliiB better than n prize-light and j. , tnn thc reformers stato
baseball. nh t ;f the fit ct explanation of the
" '?U ....: 'cut was that the note
' Slnio Knual won the polo match, ,Vjs Blen in order tn rnaho out n brl
the seciet of wh the Mime band was ucr) cusc Blll,l8t Uol? Allll cnll (hcy
biought to town Is out. The Knew j ,,,, whcther iMs explanation was
they had a cinch.
Tho Pacific I'leet as great rs thU
(,no7 In the oxci Hence of ltn men,
es. lint the Atlantic ns tlio rttst mil
It Is a strange thing to witness thc
sudden freedom from gobs of sound
with which tho reformers nrc Indulg-
i iiik uii'iiisuiven us let-uuis inu jeii-
...-1- rit ttu tin, I imtai rnntlmu- to hold' . .
""" "J "" " light note business.
first place. They are great hands at reforming
"k-ini. itTtbTm.mlclnal act nil! nrob-crj one themselves excepted.
- - - --,- .
nbly,bo found without number, as ling
at tho old guard of opposition tu local
boK gocrnmont keeps up lu organization.
FRIENDSHIP WITH AUSTRALIA.
Hawaii has enjoyed tho Atlantic
Fleet and has profited In ctery way
Ono of tho highest compliments. i.v tn 0. i lt
the Pleet has paid Honolulu Is tlio whcn , 8hl)S ,cavo th,s port wc
ficquent remark of tilts city's freedom ca lmaRlno no fccct0 of ,ll0 worlll
outside our own country whcie the
men of the nay will bo more cordial'
ly welcomed than by the citizens of
New Zealand nnd Australia.
The Ilritlsh colonies of the South
Irom hold-up and graft propositions
Thcro lias been no price phicod on
the hospitality of our people
Roosevelt, always on the Jump,
manages to keep those about him! ,,,.. ...
hustling. His conference on naval wh0M) hopos nnd n81,lratlong nro more
construction should do what al lla closely nllgned with tho American
conferences nno uone ei iiiiiiiMcnIg than any others In tho Pacific
l'lcet. No distant day should witness
any equally largo fleet of merchant
bhlps under tho American ting going
and coming through this port to nnd
from tho Antipodes,
Wo know that tho Hoot will glo n
good account of Itself. Wo nro con
fident that tho American penplu will
soo'u forco the legislation that will
mako tho merchant licet possible.
Mny bo best of good luck attend tho
oyngo of tho ships nnd men bound
on u groat mission.
THAT LIQUOR LAW.
Tho fact that Honolulu tins been un
lucky enough to recelxo n rather nar
row minded boaid of liquor commis
sioners as Its lot Is rather unfortunate
for Oahu but not of sufficient Import
ance to Inflict another liquor contio
M'rsy on the whole Territory with (ho
certain fnto of nnolhor liquor Inw far
worso than tho ono now lu force.
Kcr since It was possible to Judge
about tho worklhg of tho present Inw
the (inrden Island nan fought against
nny radical changes in It. The ma
Joilty of tho voters were rnther taken
aback by thu first innto of tho com
missioners n year ngo, that of refus
ing nil retail licenses, Qradually the
public seems to hnvo come louud tn
tho view taken by tho Hoard, that tho
policy was not Intended to and docs
not deprive the man who uses lnto-
Icatlng drinks of his fniorlto brew,
but It does to n great extent put a
stop to tho treating system thnt flour
ishes moie or less wherever drinks
arc served oicr the bar. Tho conten
tion thnt tho granting of wholesnlc
licenses only forces n man to drink
more than he originally Intended is a
fallacy, seeing that n man can buy
nny slzo bottlo ho wants and drink It
wheiover ho wants to. If only ho goes
nwny from tho place whero liquor Is
Tho greatest good of tho law does.
however, como from the fnct thnt It
removes liquor nnd liquor Intel ests
from politics or rather local politics.
When the appointing power la Inde
pendent or tho results or elections
thcro can be no danger ' "s needln,
to compromise In order to carry other
policies to success, n condition which
would be entirely upset tho moment
the county supervisors wero burdened
with tho regulation of tho liquor traf
fic within their lespcctlvu counties.
dry bones and
give now idcaa
lliVo-bellovo tho Australians prefer tn
(see America or all nations on earth
npi ii,l I,, nnt.l lu tune ... Hmit flll.
Tnft must have thought Itoosevelt s , Am, thcy ,lnV(J no fcnr of ()(j
"0 K".was a political asset or ho , ,)ro,nccmo ,llly ,Wlen America takes
would not send his letter of nccopt- ,, ,10 ttoricl power strldu with a navy
anco for review. As Hawaii docsn t BCCOmi t0 n(mc.
vote. It can watch tho effect ns n spec-J Tho fllro ,CClopment of tho Pa
tator, not disinterested but unnlile cinc BIOull witness closer ties of
to help Why should he do it? Is thai friendship and of business between
REFORMERS AND THEIR SILENCE.
tho Ilritlsh colonics of tho South and
Friendship Is tho significance of tho
dispatch of tho sixteen battleship
Anapuni St., Manoa Valley, Bere-
Sheriff laukca has with great wis
dom announced that ho will not bo a
candidate for reelection .nor for elec
tion to nny office In tho gift of tho
'lho Sheriff forgot one thing. Ilo
did not say whether he would refuso,
to accept a nomination siiouni uicro
bo nu overwhelming popular demand
from hh party and the peoplo for him
to ussume tho responsibilities of any
The Sheriff's declaration may bo
tho rcs-ult of any caufo ho may desig
nate, but wo cannot fall to repeat our
appreciation of his excollcnt Judg
ment. It,. Rf-fima tn unrlprstnnd what
tho situation Is better than ho did ! tania St.
when ho sent one of his policemen
out on prlvnto business and thereby
becamo financially obligated to a bus-i
Incus man of tho red-light district. I Partially Furnished House at Wai-
Tho community Just nt tho present kiki Beach,
tlmo Is more Interested in tho posl-j
tlon of tho Sheriff's former friends, FOR SALE.
I and their opinions on tho latest not- "" "
abio feat of tho Sheriff. I Buildinfr Lots, Manoa Valley, Ma-
Theso friends hnvo purported to 'kiki and Punahou Districts.
icform tliU town. They havo pro-1 House and lot at Kapahulu for
tended or nt least tried to be n great , $750.
deal better than their fellows and In I House and lot on Makiki St. for
earning out many of tholr "Ideals" , $2500.
( they havo bitterly nnd unfairly, It t House and lot, College Hills, for
not maliciously, assailed quite a num- $2700,
ber of very reputable nnd generally
Now we want to know the aver- . . T a
ngo Inmost men, tho sccond-best-cltl-l YVffPrnOIK I Til
zens, of Honolulu and Hawaii, want "UV1 HVUJV I U.JI
to know if these reformers boiiovo j Comer Fort and Merchant Streets.
' that a County Sheriff Is a competent l
ofilclal who turns up with a record
i such 'as the Iaukea huudred-dollai-
noto affair. Thus far they havo kept
very silent. Although thoy claim or
hope to epitomize nil the higher I
thought and nil tho civic vlrtuo In
tho community and, so hoping nnd
so claiming, mako a business of tell
ing tho unregeneinto what they1
should do, theso great nnd self-do-1
clnrcd superior men havo kept up a I
tremendous silence lu regard to tho
laukea Incident the peddling of nj
note In tho led-llght dlstilct.
What aio we to suppose from this?
Are the great unwashed, the aver-'
age citizens, to believe, ns they must.f
unless told to tho contuiry, that an
nffalr of this diameter becomes nn
"Indiscretion" when committed by
Sjwfi $mk hoM
Near tho center of t'ho
city nt $100 per month.
Houso suitable for
nnd boarders. Place Is
partly furnished. An
opportunity for ono
wishing to run Bmall
Sjiimk timk tboM
tsssssE i jBKSKfc $
john k. m&
WAS SO RUN DOWN
LIFE NOT WORTH LIVING.
A Few Bottles of Pcruna
Restored Mo to Health.
Montreal, Can., writes:
"I was much dlstrefcd with neuralgia
and was so run down that life was not
worth living. I tried a great many rem
edies, but nil to no effect.
"I mot a friend of mine, and told her
of my ailment, 8ho advised mo to try
her remedy, reruna.
"Although I hnd no faith lu reruna, I
tool; her advice, and nin pleased to stato
that tho neuralgia ha entirely loft mo,
nnd havo gnlncd so in health that I feel
just llko my old self again.
"I nm enjoj lug tho best or health.
Wo havo ou fllo many thousand testi
monials llko tho above. Wo can give
our rcadirs only n slight gllmpso of tho
vast array of unsolicited endorsements
I)r. Hartman is rccelv lug.
can be the best-dressed boy in the block if he wears "SAM
PECK" clothes. Good clothes arc cheaper than poor ones,
for thcy wear better, fit better, and retain their appearance
One suit of "SAMFECK" clothes is equal to two suits
of some other make. Thcy arc designed like men's clothes,
but are made for boys and have about them everything
boys like, including numerous pockets, cuffs on thc sleeves,
long lapels and the alluring "mannish" air.
Two- and Thiee-Piecc Suits, Bloomers or Knicker
bockers, in many materials and patterns.
M. M'lnemy, Ltd., Fort unci Merchant Sts.
yif BtiriJnnittuniMm h
Postmaster I'rutt reports thnt
the postolllco has i etched fiom
iHiU.uuo to aOO.OOO post cards
for ti.insmlssiou to the main-
laud from tho men of tho Tleet.
Tho number has to ho u rough
: estimate bused on tho total
weight and n general average of
ninety postcards to tho pound.
! lletwecn the postcards nnd tho
!- iiowsp.ipcis tho outgoing mall
will be ono of tho largest over
sent out nt this postolllco. Tho
newspaper mall Is principally 4
made up of the npecl.il I'leet !
4- edition of the II u 1 I o t 1 n ,
-.' ncai 1 all tho men bending their :
(op home after lending lt, nnd 4
u gie.it many called nt tho office ;
to puich.iso eNtr.i copies. :
iL TO HOLD MEETING
A special meeting of the Fleet llx-
ccutlvo Cnminlttco will be held In tho
room of tho Chamber of Commcico
next l'rlday afternoon to recclvo re
poits of vnrlous iflenibcrs. It Is ex
pected that chairmen of vnrlous Fleet
committees will bo present In order
thnt their reports may bo received.
Since tho arrival of tho .Atlantic
I'leet various committees havo been
busy looking nftcr tho wants and tho
entertainment of thc oincciH nnd
men. lt may ho that tho preliminary
uiruiigeiiicnts for tho l'aclllc Fleet,
which Is expected hero lu September,
will bo consldeied then. At nny rate,
tho meeting will bo an Intel citing
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filiag Cabi
nets and Units, Uliice nttmga ana
Supplies; also New Jersey School-
UUU1VU fUlll, WW. WIUJUIHHIIL
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Aiiuilabie
Desks and Seats, latest improved de-sgnH.
stimates given, imports to order,
tThos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
FLEET TO SAIL
AWAY THIS EVE
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
RATES ARE LOW.
VVr vjBg' "oto
Karly this afternoon tho Connecti
cut nulled away from tho Oceanic
whurf, nnd went to nn anchorago out
Blde, preparatory to going out for
Auckland nt C o'clock this evening,
followed by tho lino of battleships,
with one exception. It is understood
that the Minnesota Is to remain over
for malls, though It could not bo
learned that official orders wero out
to that effect this morning.
Tho patrol will bo ashoro until
about 3 o'clock this afternoon, Thcro
nro fow men ashore now, staying over
tholr shore leave, which expired nt
1 o'clock this morning. In fact, few
disorderlies hav'o been in this Idt of
men, nnd tho patrolmen do not think
Hint they will havo any leftovers to
account for when tho Fleet goes out.
Tho wnterfiont wns busier this
morning than It has probably ever
been. Automobiles wern coming and
going, nnd liacKn nnd pedestilaus,
friends huiiylng to tho dnelis to seo
off tho ofllceis nnd tho men. Tho
boat-landing besido the Alnkea Btrort
slip was tho busiest place In tho city
this morning. A string of launches
was continually nlongslde, nnd
(Continued on Page 5)
M Sharer shono Saturday ns n baso
runner. lie and brother Sharer con
nect well In stopping n steal tu sec
ond, nlzo, givjng n ltttlo Illustration
of team woiU.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i rt ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing', three cents.
Tly tlio explosion or a carload (if d
nnmlto near Sargent, Co., a. riclglit
trnln on thp' Denver & lllo (Irando
rnllroiil was blown to pieces, two
tramps wem killed and several train
men were Injured, oner fatally.
OUR STOCK OF
is the Finest Collection of
these goods that can be seen
outside the Orient.
Our present stock composes
Kovods of HIGHEST QUALITY
Of Exquisite Patterns
Your inspection of the goods
li. F. Wichman & Co. I
Hats, Caps and Straw
There is no icason why you rChildicn should not have
thc same advantage that you arc enjoying.
R E G A L S for CHILDREN are made with the
same care and attention to details that characterize all RE
Children's Shoes of Vici Kid, Patent Leather, and
White Canvas, sizes under 11, $1.50, $1.75, S2.00.
Same in Misses' Shoes, in sizes from 11 to 2, and also
in IU:s:ct 3-bole ties, same sizes, $2.00 and $2.50.
Grot Regal Shoes for your Children
REGAL SHOE STORE,
r.IeC ENDLESS BUILDING, comer of King and Bethel.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
KING ST near Bethel. Plrone 76,
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
Ta, Ahoy, Nimanu below Hotel
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 200, 1007.
There's An Indescribable Something About the
we make that appeals to the people who know good from
bad in beverages. Maybe it's thc 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
"King Street Market. Tel.
YUUNU TIM, Manager.
Japaitse Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
' K. Fukupocla,
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co,
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
at Haleiwa will do
you a world of good.
Let it begin at any
St. Clair Bidgood, ' Mgr.
niuuk books ot (Jl hurts, lodgors,
ttc. munufHoti-.red by the Hulletln Pub
lleblcg Company, .