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VBNINQ BULLET trf, HONOLfJLtr, T; H., THURBDAY, JULY 28, 1908.
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THURSDAY JULY 23, 1908
r r r I'll'
Admiral Sporry was no doubt
charmed to receive a complimentary
notice tor his men from the Hono
lulu chleffof police.
nor will It odd to their fund of hap
Illness. Honolulu ball-players and officials
In chargo of Honolulu sportB arc not
striving; to "do up" visitors. They
There tems little doubt that The- have no reason for such conduct.
odoreV'Iloosevelt U-to be a large fac
tor In tho campaign of Wm. II. Taft,
If not his campaign manager.
It Is very apparent that the Fleet
edition "Of the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n was the
only one that impressed the officers
and men as worth tnlklng about.
In tho matter undcr'dlspute, a pro
test Is entirely regular. But It
should go the regular course and the
final decision be accepted smilingly.
Meanwhile, forget the petty snarls,
and let tho game go on. Give a fair
deal, and may tho best men win.
'Sjwni 1jmk ioXtt
Near the center of rte
city at 8100 per month.
House suitable for
and boarders. Place it
partly furnished. An
opportunity for one
wishing to run small
5jmk ijmk hiM
A Skin of leauty Is a Joy Forever
DI.T. MIX WHAM'S MENTAL
MEAM MAGICAL lEAlTTIFIEl
iwanTil Tan, rinklia,
rtcklu, Mm ratcbea.
!, and Ml. blitatta,
& JSL I
H.nrria'. Cftnm' u ! ImjS kanalUI ti
akla rarUM.M f or Mia by all 4mufl at. n
OjiCOiSin i la i. UalM. SOim, Caarta aa In
nHT.HstlliS, fret, 37 Jiwltati SlrnjliiTrt,
ol rttty bUtnlak
oo bfaatf. and da
te! dmctloa. It
ku itoo4 Ikt Ittt
of yftrt, Hid
It m harmUrt t
la jtwr.r au4.
ftlt af taiBaff
btH. Dr. L. A
Batri aala la a
Udf af Ui ttanV
tn (a pattMtK
MA ran ladtaa
Will IM IkOfB.
According to the comment of the
"alleged" reform organ, the action of
a County Sheriff In putting a finan
cial obligation In the hands of one
rt tifn nmnlnvAAa ntirl o t trti I m ft nn nil II.
President-Roosevelt probably did gatlon t(J a rc(I.,Bnt.Bcctlon flnan.
not tlmo his Ntivr! Conferenco . , . .mmon,,nn ,, fr,h.P
4 .. .... .V . bWU. ...... .WB ..
Honolulu Is due to be a great Navy
town, 'and Its growth along that line
will more than keep pace with Its
Importance ob 'a merchant-marine
center. " r
. . ist..l. 1 L 1
speech with special reference to the
salting of the Atlantic Fleet from
Honolulu, bnt It fitted the occasion
honors and more confidence on the
part of the people.
Considering the source of the com
ment this conclusion docs not sur
prise the community.
There may be, however, somo hon
est men among tho few who have
started out to "reform" the town,
The splendid work done by tho
Naval Station under Captain Itces lu
coallng'ttio ships of Sperry's Fleet,
has-passed almost unnoticed because and the iwJIcI-note business Is well
of its' perfection. It Is unfortunate worth th(!r attention. '
that-,people accept efficient work as Do they 'consider It In the light of
a .regujar order and make a nolte a 6reat work'Wcll bone? ' Is that the
only when things go wrong, but It Is sort of bu8lneB8 thej, wow BUggest
often the case In nil walks of life. for offlclal8( especially th'oso on whom
been handed a hard blow.
Tho syllabus reads as follows:
Executors and administrator; un
necessary legal expenses. Estates
of decedents should not bo subjected
to unnecessary legal expenses, and
an attmpted salo ot the real estate of
minors to pay unnecessary fees Is ex
Executors and administrators; sale
ot real estate. An order for tho sale
ot real estate to pay debts Is properly
vacated, before confirmation of tho
sale, when It appears that It was
made before the time for filing
claims had expired, with no showing
that the personalty had proved Insuf
ficient, upon insufficient jurisdiction
al allegations, and with no notice to
the heirs. ,
Another section reads as follows:
Upon all possible occasions this
court has endeavored to give notice
that It will not tolerate tho practice
of treating estates of. deceased per
sons as fair game for the Incurring
of unnecessary or excessive legal ex
penditures. Notley v. Brown. 16
Haw. 57S, 579. Few probate cases,
however, reach this court and the re-
nnnslhtlltv ttttiat rAflf nn tlift circuit
Coal was the vital Item in the Fleet tnej. nave nac'e,j thelrcsponslblllty of Judges for the conscientious ndmlnls-
purifylng the moral i standards ot the
community and keeping the level of
efficiency, -and- official horse-sense,
program at this port. Every move'
ment ,an'd every detail ot business
and .pleasure centered on the speed
wltn "Vwhlch- the Immense fuel
supply was delivered. It was tho
largest amount of coal the Honolulu
Naval, Station has ever handled, and
the eood words ot Admiral Sperry
cannot" tall to add to the good repute says: "We, are unable to escape, the
of 'Honolulu, as 'first-class Naval conclusion that the chief object of
base. Captain Ilee's and his com- the administration proceedings has
mand deserve the special praise of been the accumulation of "attorney's
American civilians as well as the fees." As Jos. S. Ferry 1 the attor
nien of 'the serylce who have a more ney,wbo has handled the admlnls
Intimate knowledge of his big taBk. tratlon proceedings of .'this estate all
(Continued from Pan M
through, It would appear that he has
tratlon of estates. In the present
case as soon as a contest arose the
circuit Judge seems to' have done
what was possible to straighten out
the state of affairs then existing, but
It seems probable that It the matter
bad remained uncontested 'the little
heritage 'of these Infant Hawallans
would have been wasted under the
guise of legal proceedings.
The order, appealed from was af
AnapnniSt., Manoa Valley, Bere
tarda St , ' 4
Partially Furnished House at Wal
CASH' VALUE OF TBE FLEET.
' ''NY ,do 'not bsllevp that the true
entlmeatot; the town Is expressed
BjfNx'.ahfei that Bertds Its minions
before tho' Fleet. Is hardly out of the
harbor to discover' how much money
the officers and men expended whllo
!'. -ir !-- w . .
tbey .were In port.
We' do not believe that the raerco
nifty side of the Fleet visitation was
uppermost In the minds of our cltl
lens,. .nor did., the .guests ot the city
look oyer the illst of events and
galigei their pleasure by demanding
bow much they cost.
; Honolulu, gave the big Fleet the
most cordial welcome that could
come .from a warm-hearted people.
Theweeki-was one of thorough en
J9jment for' the officers and men and
forj Honolulu. That is the long and
?The'i qiilcker the town gets away
fromAWht Is almost a new habit ot
talklng'-of-vlsltors In the same way Buildint; Lots, Manoa Valley, Ha
that expectant relatives contemplate kiki and Punahou .Diitrictt.
a .rlnK'jwilti te.ttre better. House. and lot at Xapahulu for
H.,l'Btn'erally accepted that more 760.'
people for Honolulu means more busl- House and lot onjfltaldki St. for
m ka n . A . l .tin thAAA niunla XolNI. i .'
up.., uuu v nnub luo uuucu ,.w'.w wwv.
early and often, uut wnen we enter no
tiln, let'us entertain. This we have $2700,
done ndwll oontlnue to do.
TAjsset,9fjpod-wlll an.d real af,
feetrpr)..fQC.th. peoiia;nnd the place
Is., a' thousand times more valuable
than a knowledge of' where the sail
ors' spent their money, , ,
, ,BI'8tHRTBMEN, NOT M)S.
' The Japanese papers snould be In'
belter buslnetsthan, recommending
that JapBeM-VesIdento keep away
fromf,'.tpVba games as a protest
against?' decision made during a
game "betweon the Kelo and a local
teatuM..! . , v
1 (G6od;rUpia,n8hlp means gentlo
nanljrSkeMpiance of the decisions,
rendered by the "regular officers
WboMbtMlness'lt is to'.rmss upon dls
nutedtpcj)its. The jban pr.nlen who
VwctOHM" .be-auso'one incident' Is
Bt"4,5nelj:. liking .are doing the
"b'ab'yMict. ' For1 the1-Japanese resl-dentaoV-janr
others' to play such a
part 1JI-neither creditable to them
4KitoWff; 'fiS '
U. S. S. Kentucky,
Hqnolulu, T. H., July 22, 1008. -f
f The Editor of tho B u 1 1 a 1 1 n, -t
Honolulu, T. II.
f Dear Sir: Many of my of- -
- fleers and men have spoken to
me relative to tho kind courtesy
fthe Evening Bulletin haB -f
f shown them by delivering your
Fleet Edition frco aboard our
f ship, and wish mo to personally -f
f thank you for your thoughtful-
f ness and kindness and to compll-
ment you on your paper. I also
r- wish to thank tho- people of Ho-
4- nolulu for their entertainment of -f
our boya, and only hopo wo shall -f
f, bo able to visit hero again lt' the -f
f near future. 4
f Very Blncercly,
f WALTER COWLES, t 4
f Captain, U. S. Nnvy, Command-
' lng U. S. S. Kentucky. .
pV. S. S. Illinois.
Honolulu', T. II., July 22, 1908.
Editor Evening II u 1 1 o 1 1 n, -t-
Honolulu. T. 11.
f Sir: It Is a pleasuro for mo if
-f to bo able to tell you that tho ef-
f feqt on ,your part to keep tho of- -f
fleers. and, men of this vessel sup- -f
f piled with reading matter, In -f
f sending Vour paper aboard ship, -f
f Is apprcCrnked. '
It Issuyirl8lng .bow many ot
4- your papets'thavo been sent to -f
f the dlffereht homes In the Unit- -f
f cd States -so that the people at -f
fhomo will see how well wo havo -f
f been treated here. f
f .Thanking . you for your cour- f
-f tesy and assuring you that tho f
f officers and men of tho U. S. S. f
-f Illinois will not forget It, I am,
:f Yours sincerely,
f "J. M. BOWYEn,
-f Captain, U. S. Navy, Command
f lng U. S. S. Illinois.
can be the best-dressed boy in the block if he wears "SAM
PECK" clothes. Good clothes are cheaper than poor ones,
for they wear better, fit better, and retain their appearance
One suit of'"SAMPECK" clothes is equal to two suits
of some other make. They are designed like men's clothes,
but arc made for boys and have about them everything
boys like, including numerous sockets, cuffs on the sleeves,
long lapels and 'the alluring "mannish" air.
Two- and Tliree-Picce Suits, Bloomers or Knicker
bockers, in many materials' and patterns.
VfitP Tku. "U
Jk nMtVterla- faW
M, M'Inerny, Iitd. Fort and Merohant Sts.
isn't brain work ; it is braia
drudgery. It is work for cogs and
levers, not for the precious gray nut
ter that oan be used for thinking.
Step in our office and see
The Universal Adding
It's the very latest, cheapest, and
BEST Adding Machine on the mar
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of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Ftrssui and
Supplies; also' Ntw Jtrsty Seheol
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Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest Improved delink.
estimates given, import to order.
Thos. O. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
House and lot, jWllege Hills, for
f Corner Fort sod Merchant tlntta.
f -f-f-f -f-f -f -f
f U. S. S. Kearsargo,
Honolulu. T .11.. July 22. 1908. f
f Tho Editor of tho B u 1 1 0 1 1 n, -f
f Honolulu, T. H.
f Dear Sir: .On behalf of tho of- -f
Accra and crew of tho U. S. S. -f
f Koarsargo, I wish to thank you -f
f for your kindness In supplying us -f
f with copies of your paper,- Near- -f
f ly all . have been sent home as
f souvenirs, of our very pleasant
f visit to'the Hawaialn IslandB. -f
f Very sincerely r. -f
f HAMILTON HUTCHINS, -f
f Captain, jU. 8. Navy, Command- f
Ting. , t
f ' - i' . f
j ,-. : .-. -f
-f -f -f .f -f .-f f
f The 5 thanks of the , sub-Corn-f
-f mlttefe . on .Entertainment Is ex- f
f tended' to the ladles and auto -f
f owners, who were Instrumental in -f
f making, tho Poarl Harbor outing -f
such a 'grand, success.
r ,.i' -r -r
-f This resolution was unanimous- f
f ly passed this raoVnlng at the f
f twentieth meeting.; of the Sub- -f
-f Commttteo on' .Entertainment. -f
inexpensive, in business mat
(ten. In Island matters, use
FILIPINA. stripes, 85c. yd.
PINA, all plain colors, 60c. yd.
0UB 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
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STBEET near HOTEL
R eg a Is
There is no reason why you rChildren should not have
the same advantage that you are enjoying.
B E O A L S . for CHILDREN are made with tho
same care and attention to details that characterize all RE
Children's Shoes of Vici Kid, Patent Leather, and
White Canvas, sues under 11, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00.
Same in Misses' Shoes, in sizes from 11 to 2, and also
in Busset 3-bole ties, same sizes, $2.00 and $2.50.
Get Regal Shoes fox your Children
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, corner of King and Bethel.
Hats, Caps and Straw
BARGAIN SALE OF
$ .75 SHIKTS CUT TO .....'..; $ .50
$1.00 SHIBTS OUT TO $ .75
$1.30 SHIBTS CUT TO ;....:.... T $1.00'
$1.75 SHIBTS CUT TO $1.25
L. AliOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
J. M. LEVY & CO.
KING ST. near Bethel. Phone 76.
We have a large stock of Popular
Novels that we are selling at 75c.
each, as they axe re-prints.
All the favorite books of the day
in our store.
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA W0BXS,
e AT 0
HOTEL STBEET NBAB F0BI
Hawaiian News Co..
Auto for Hire
MANUEL BEIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fanoy
HOTEL STBEET NEAR BETHEL.
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
O. 8. LETTHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
Kaneohe Beef Three Weeks
i " ALWAYS ON HAND.
; FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
J, YOUNG TIM, Manager,
' Reasonable Prices.
''' ' MADAME LAMBERT, '
BEBETANIA NEAR FORT
at ' Haleiwa will do
you a world of good.
Let it begin at any
time. '' ' '
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
Blank books ot dl torts, ledgors,
to. ininufactured by the Bulletin Pub
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