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; Evening Bulletin
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
,tiy every day except Sunday Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week
MEMBER OK THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
VV .lluco R. Pnrrlngton. - - "Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
l'l!Ma UUUL.II I IN WI1UKL.Y IIUI.L.IJIIN
Per MomiIi ittiyw litre It, IJ1 O .n Per Sit Mot lln . O .n
Per U-mtcr, flrijvshctf hi t S . 3. cm Vtf tr myutierc hi U S . l.tio
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CIRCULATION LARQEST OF ANY
in the Territory
GAINING TIME BY LAW
A good deal of lnilglitcr lins been
j)iosolL'(l by the so-called "ilajllght
savlng bill," now pending In the
ltrltlsh Parliament. It provides that,
tn n certain da, all thu clocks In
that country shall be set nho.ul one
hour and twenty minutes. Tho tlocKs
limit all m.il.o a sudden Jump from
C o'clock n. m. to 7:20. It la claimed
that the Kngllsh people will nil con
tinue to obey their old habits and
get up earlier and go to worlc earlier
nnd ce.iso work earlier. They will
iilbo go to bed earlier and everjloily
will be happier, healthier, and wiser.
The only vvnj to lcain whether
such u theory will worlc out In prac
tice ns expected will bo to to It.
The London Stock Kxclumgo nnd
commercial Interests do not favor the
Innovation, ns It would disorder their
present relations with foreign mar
kets. If there were no change In the
present rules of the stock brokers,
the) would li:ie to cease trading be
fore tho receipt of the Now York
opening and would begin dealing
sooner than In 1'arls, Instead of later.
It Is not entirely clear whether the
change In the clock-tlmo would altor
the inlendar or not, though, on the
face of things, there would bo one
short day of less than 23 hours,
which might annoy persons with
iiotes-to meet or rent to pay. Some
such result might happen ns when
the Gregorian calendar was adopted
In Kngllsh-speakJng countries, ICO
lonrs ago, nnd tho people broko out
Into furious ilots, diluting that they
had been robbed of ten whole dajs.
If such n law can bo mado to
worlc, there Is no reason why the
same prlnclplo cannot bo mado to op
erate In other vvujb for tho general
good, 1'arllanicnt might ordain that
nil whisky should be called butter
milk and all beer denominated cold
tei, and then who could bay that any
whisk) or beer was being consumed?
Or n bettor way might bo to change
the name of buttermilk to whisky or
tea to beer The mnn or woman who
would call for un Intoxicating drink,
by the old name, from forco of habit,
would be served with something per
fictly harmless. Tho drinker need
cnl) hjpnotlzc himself Into believing
that he was imbibing hW familiar
tipple and 6tralghtwa would bo ro'
formed. It would be just as easy U3
getting up before dnj light, becauso
the clock would soy It waa the usual
time for rUlng.
NEW ZEALAND WANTS
TO WELCOME FLEET
There Is suro to bo much discus
slon ns to how we mny best cater for
tho cuteitalnmcnt of our guests. Why
,not put a choir of a thousand voices
In training to Blng "Tho Anglo-Mur
an National Anthem?" An effusion
under this title, which appeared In
tho Sidney Dulletln a fow jears ago,
wound up with a stntement that
"DrltjnnKl.i rules tho wnves," whllo
Its chorus ran ns follows:
"Three cheers for Ilullanjonathan!
Hurrah for Johnnsnm!
Tho Anglomurkan nation
Is bound to lick creation!
Goldarn! nnd llkowlso D !"
Joking apart, tho visit of tho Amor
lemi Fleet to New Zetland waters
will be a great historic and memor
nblo evont, nnd no pains should bo
spared by tho Government of tho Do
minion, nnd by tho leading citizens
of Auckland, J n collaboration, to ni
inngo for n round of entertainments
nnd sight-seeing that will Impress
oui visitors with u sento of our frn
tcrnal good-will, ns well ns with tho
lesources nnd nttrnctlons of the Do.
minion. It is easy to overdo tho
"gcjsor" nnd "noblo aboriginal" bus
iness, howovoi, America has her Hcd
Indians nnd her Yellowstone Park,
nnd sho had claimed the title of
"God's own country" boforo Bracken,
appropriated It for Now Zoaland. Hut
wo may well Indulgo In "spread
eagleism" over our natural resources,
our splendid hunting nnd fishing, and
tho attritions which this country of
fers to tho Intelligent farmer nnd
entorprtslng trader, ns well as to flic
ileasure-Eeokor. Bi other Jonathan,
Ci.inrtl at the PoMoflicr ni Honolulu
r miid rhutK muter
AUGUST 1, 1908
unlike John Hull, Is Inured to "tall
talk, nnd Is not lllel to 11ml fault
with us for our habit of "blowing."
New Zealand Mall, Jul) IS.
YOKOHAMA PLANS BIG-
WELCOME FOR FLEET
YOKOHAMA, Japan, July 7. On
Tucsdaj nfternoon Mnjor Mitsubi
shi was to convene a meeting of tho
members of tho Yokohnmt Japanese
Chambers of Commerce nnd other
public bodies for tho purpose of dis
arming n plan foi welcoming the At
lantic Dnttlcshlp I'lect, which Is ex
pected to urrhc here on October 17.
'."he Major Intends to give n gardeu
party at the Recreation Grounds, In
viting thereto about 2,300 o filed u
nnd men of the American rieot tho
members of both Houses of the Im
pel lal Diet, tho members of thu Amcr
lean llnibass and Consulate, and
others, tho expcndltuic being esti
mated at about 10,830 jen It Is un
derstood that n number or tiie lead
ing cltlzen3 lic-o will also entertain
tho American seamen In unions
The Yokohama Japanese Chamber
of Commcrco will also hold a meet
ing on tho 9th liitt, when the sub
ject of welcoming the Atlantic Dect
Is to bo taken up.
July 8. Another meeting of the
U. S. Ilattleshlp Tleet Itcccption
Committee In Yol olinnu was held
on tho 7th, when It was discussed
whether tho welcoming cxpcnsc3 to
tho amount of 14,000 son should bo
completely or pirtly contributed by
tho public. Tho meeting adjourned
without taking any resolution.
The Japanese N'nvj has Informally
decided to detach tho Hist Squadron,
under Vice Admiral IJuin, to Yoko
hama to receive the American Ilat
Couies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s VUM
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can De procured at this office lor five
cents. Cost of mailine, three cents.
FURNISHED COTTAGES :
Anapuni St., Manoa Valley, Bere
Partially Furnished House at Wai
Building- Lots, Manoa Valley, Mo
kiki and Funahou Districts.
House and lot at Kapahulu for
House and lot nn Makilfi Rt tnr
House aud lot, College Hills, for
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
For Business Deals With
k MmmitldrntimmiAk frtir, 1 ruJtatitem
$1800 will Buy
fimk Umk UCtt
Central I'nloii Church, Doremun
Scuddcr, minister; Amos A Kbcrsolo,
assistant minister, lllble School, at
9 i' a m Morning worship, at 11
o clock, the minister will preach;
subject, "Ant Wisdom." Stanley Liv
ingston, conductor, will lead tho con
gregation lit thu singing. Chrlsttnn
Kndiavnr Society meeting nt 0:30 p.
in.; subject, "How Wo Can Servo the
Chuich"; lender, Mlrs Harriet G.
rorbes. Kvenlng worship nt 7:30
o'clock; sermon by tho assistant min
uter; subject, "Truo freedom."
Tlrst Mithodlst Episcopal Chinch,
David W. Crane, pastor. Sunday
school, 9Ur u. ni. Morning v.orslilp,
11 o'clock; sci mon by Uio pastoi,
"Sons of God." Hyworth League,
U:30 p. in. Kvenlng service, 7:30;
termon by tho pastor, "What Is
That In Thine Hand." Prof. Lewis
will prcsldo nt tho oigan nnd lead
tho cliorua choir. Those having no
other church obligations aro cordial
ly Invited to meet nnd worship with
Ilomnn Catholic Cathedral. Our
Lady i f l'o ico fl a. m.. low mats with
holy communion nnd Portuguese ser
mon; 7 a m, low mass with holy
communion; 9 n. m, low mass with
I.ngllsh sermon; 10:30 n. ni.. high
mass with Native cermon; 2 p. in
ilosary with Natlvo Instruction: 7
P in, Portuguese bornion and bono lie
tlon. rrida: Phst Kilday of the
month, 0 anl 7 n. ni . mass with holj
communion; 7 n. ni. benediction of
tho Illes-ed Sncinmcut; S p in, meet
lug of tho Amu lean Federation.
Chiistlnn Church A. C. McKoovor,
pastor. 9:45 n in., Illblo school; 0:30
P in . Y. P. S. C. K , subject "What
Can tho Kndeavnror Do foi tho
Church?" 11 n. m sermon, subject,
"Tho Great Truth nnd thn Great Lie."
7.30 ii. in., icrmon, subject "For or
Agnlnst Ciilst." Al laro wolcomo.
Tho Catholic Church of Si. JoMi the
Baptist, Kalthl-waeiia, In chaigu of
Ilov. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
August 2, 8:30 n. m, high mass, ser
mon, collection, Sunday school. 4 p.
Saint Augustine on tho Beach, Wal
klkl Sunday: 9 n. m , mass with sing
Ing nnd English bormon; 3 J m meet
lug of the Sodnllt Friday: 8 a. m ,
mass with Itolj Communion,
German Lutheran Church Pastor
relniy. 9:15 a. m, Sumlny school; 11
n, in , service. 3 p. m , Jugendbund In
Tho Mnnchuiln, which Is due heie
next week from Yokohama, hiving
failed jestcrday, has ono of tho lurg
est Oriental cargoes for this port
which tins ennio In hero In a long time
Sho will havo 1500 tons of freight to
discharge when o'.in urilvcs here. But
there Is n disparity between the
crowded condition of tho hold and tho
cmptlnebs of tho cabins. Sho will
hnvo room for 120 cnbln passengers
from this poit, when tlio goes out for
MONDAY, AUG. 3,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
WHOSE SALES ARE SALES.
ST. LOUIS ALUMNI
Association Will Noi
, ' Enter Political
Tho Bulletin Is In receipt of
the following communication:
Honolulu. T II., Aug. 1, 1908.
lMltor Evening Bulletin
The enclosed communication was j"i-
ttrdav submitted to thn Adveitber
with the reipiest that they publish
B.ilni This thev lefused to do, and
wc would llieicfiiro ask Hint public
ity bo r.lveu same through jour col
li inn si.
Thanking jou In advance for this
fnvor, wo remain,
Yours very ti illy.
ST. LOUIS COLLKGH ALUMNI
11) HUG. P. McCANN,
Honolulu, T. H , July 31, 1908.
Hditor IMvortlscr, City.
Dear Sir" In this morning's Issuo
of jour paper, under tho caption
"Itcprcscntatlvcs Coming Out," tho
stntement Is undo that "Auld Is
President of the Knnichnmclia Alum
ni, which is following tho lend of tho
St. Louis Alumni In getting Into lino
Wo would ask what foundation
you had for the printing of so-unwarrantable,
unjust and malicious a
misstatement icg.udlng our Associa
tion. riccause jou attend a certain place
or worship once n J ear, or mayhap
onco a month or oftencr (7), does It
follow that tho publication over
which jou preside Is n religious Jour
nal? Or bccaiibc certain of jour re
porters play poker, attend prlzo-
flghts, and perform other "sub-rosa"
stunts, does It follow that jou aro
editing the Police Gnzctto?
Why, then, do jou assumo that we
are participating In tho political
fracas, Blmply becauso thero aro
those of our Alumni Republicans,
Democrats and Homo Rulers, good
mon all, who aro In the political
arona? Docs It follow that we, as
an organization, must or will, of ne
cessity, become Involved In any polit
ical discussion or contest?
Of Itself, tho fact that tho politi
cal Interests nnd aspirations of our
Alumni nr bo varied and antagonis
tic, wouiu seem to pruciuuo any pos
slbillty of concerted or organized par
Wo would thcrcforo ask spneo In
jour publication for this communlca
tlon, so that the public may under
stand, for the present nnd for nil
time, that tho ST. LOUIS COLLEGU
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Is not. nor
will It over become, a political or
ganization, nor will we, as an Asso
ciation, attempt to further or fius
trato( the political ambitions of any
Individual or purty. ,
Thanking you for this courtesy,
nnd trusting that jou will not again
allow such unfounded and slander
ous accusations to appear in jour
pages, we beg to remain.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE ALUMNI
l By EUO. P. McCANN,
THE EMPIRE THEATER
Thero aro soma unusually good pic'
tures Bhovvn nt tho Hmplro Theater
this week, pictures that tiro Interest
tug to ovory one In tho audience. Next
week thero will bo tho famous fight
pictures thrown on tho screen for tho
first time. Thero will bo others
though the cntlro fight icqulres threo
wheels of films.
OUR STOCK OF
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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
H. F. Wichman & Co.
. -I THANK
"I hardly know how to thank yon for
"I suffered five years with pain in the
so bad I could hardly bear it. I coughed day and night and grew weaker and
weaker. The pain extended through my body and I. also had difficulty in
breathing, which made me cough. Everyone thought I had consumption.
"My husband heard of Feruna'and bought five bottles. This treatment vir-,
tually cured me and now I recommend Peruna to every one who is suffering.
"I thank Dr. Hartman for this excellent remedy."
Ste. Julie de Verdures', P. Q., Canada. Mrs. Mols Parlzeau.
A NEGLECTED cold Is generally tho. Peruna has been found tho most ro-
b first cause of catarrh.
Women nro especially liable to colds,
Thcao colds occur moro frequently dur
ing tho wot, sloppy weather of winter
and spring than any other tlmo of tho
year, uncn uioy
aro not consid
ered serious and
aro allowed to
run on, or they
aro treated In such a way as to only
palliate, tho symptoms, vrhllo tho cold
becomes mere deep-seated and the
patlont finally awakens to the fact that
tlio has a woll-doveloped case of ca
tarrh. By roason of thol- dcllcato structure,
tho lungs are frenujntly tho seat of a
cold,ospectallylt thero Is tho slightest
weakness of thesoorgans, Tho treatment
of catarrh of tho lungs Is also moro dir
flcult and discouraging than catarrh of
anv other organ or mo oouy.
It would bo wlso thoroforo, to guard
against It by every precaution posjlolt.
The following wholesale drug
gists will supply the retail trade
Exactness in Everything
marks the separate details in the manufacture of cur soda
water. There is nothing hit or miss about it; the making
of drinks for the million is to ns an exact science. It pays
to make good things and it pays to drink them.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO.; LTD
Q.S.LEITHEAD, Manager. . TELEPHONE ll
. : :-J.4-
Honolulu Construction and Graying OoM
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154. .
Fort St., 0pp. W. O. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Bock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Soil, Etb. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
FKU..I A run TOOK API!
M. M'lnerny, Ltd., Fort and Merchant Sts.
iM' ?' vH '
ilslslslsV SmrW " kf 'Z& 9
Usl - - ,f'
MRS. M0IS PARI2EU.
the good Peruna has dono mc.
stomach. About a year ago it became
I llalilo of all remedies lor coughs, conn
aud catarrh, by reason of tbo,foct that
It goes at onco.to tho very seat of the
It searches out ovory crcvlco, ovcry
duct of the body. It quickens and equal
izes tho circula
tion of tho blood,
thus relieving tho
membranes. It ex
ercises a healing
OF THE LUNGS.
and soothing effect upon thn mucous
membranes, no matter whether they
aro tho moro exposed membranesot tho
head and throat, or whether tboy line
tho remotost cells of tho lungs.
Mrs. Jatchob, 1G11 Hicks St., Toledo,
Ohio, U.S. A., writes:
"When I wrote to you for advlco, I
had boon sick for three years, I had
troublo with my throat. Ofton I could
not brcatho through my noso. I also
,a ,,!, i mv client anil a
I took l'eruna according to directions
had pains in my cncsianu a cougn. x
I anu it nas curcu me.-
-(... ..,,. t 1 HONOLULU,
0dbnson. smith & co., AWAII. ;
The Last Suit
Stein -Bloch Make
fits as accurately as ths model -upon which that suit was
based. This is important to you.
Good friends have pointed out that when Stein-Bloch
advertise that they, have 'been tailoring 53 year they are
not saying anything that should lead a man to buy Stein
Bloch Smart Clothes. These good friends forget that
Stein-Bloch advertise "53 Years of 'KNOWING ,H0W."
The "Knowing How" is what makes the last suit fit as
well as the first. It is what makes this suit fit you, no
matter whether you live in New York, or Oregon, dr Hawaii
One tailor doesn't make the suit or overcoat. It Is the
united product of a body of tailors, each of whom holds
his place because he is the best man at that task. When
each one has finished bis special work and the results are
assembled, the suit or overcoat fits because the men who
made the parts knew what they were doing.
This is modern, economical tailoring. '
Library Bfeau Outfits
of Index Card S;ml Filing Cabi
nets and Units, 0ve Fittings and
Supplies; also NeVJerjev School.
, Church Furn. CoA international.
irenion, ounpiex, aa unproved
Trenton Combinatit. . Adjustable
ijjcsks ana Beats, wtsimnroved de-
Estimates pven, Imivti to order.
Thos. G. Tfrum.
Agent for Hawaiian lmds.
isn't brain urrW It It brain
drudgery. It is work for cogsnd
levers, not for the precious gray nat
ter mat can be used for thinking.
aiep in our office and see
The Universal Adding
It's the very latest, cheapest, and
BB6T Adding Machine An the mar
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J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
Midsummer Hats at
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BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
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HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
PHONE 016. ,
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Auto for Hire
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numbers: 290.' 200. 1097.