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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOMTLC, T. II., TUESDAY, AUG. 4, 1908.
' DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tueiday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. PnrrltiBton. - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
nvnNiNo uuLt.in in
Per Motith, nyw herein U.S. & .7H
Per Quarter, an) where In V 3. . S.oo
rr Yur, anvhcreinl'S H.oo
Per Ycir, poiiiuud, fortign, .. IS.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
I Editorial Rooms,
Honest now' Didn't Sheriff lau
kca say that ho did nut know the
Isol to whom he cave a nolo of $100.
was the Isol of Iwllcl fnmo?
HILO'S ANNUAL YACHT RAOK.
K. K. Richards touched a popular
chord when he suggested at the Hllo
luncheon for Trans-I'aclflc ynelits
men that the IIonolultl-Hllo jacht
race be made nn nnnunl affair.
The ocean race in which three of
our own yachts pattlclpated this year
proved that we havo some excellent
ynclit-lmlldcrs and a great flock of
daring sailors. The performance of
the Kamehanicha and the courage of
the crew that manned the llttto Glad
ys are particular oxani;de3 of what
fine tportsnien are fnucit In Hono
lulu. And tie yacht Hawaii Is one
to he proud of, thoui h not having
come up to tho nark expected nt the
If Hllo could build a yacht for nn
annual contest, It would give nn Im
petus to the sport that would bo of i
benefit to the people of our sister
city, and promote a sport that is,
worth while. Annual contests be-1
tween this city and Hllo would de
velop nn Interest that would be,
healthful and the competition must
result In one or more first-class boats
when Hawaii combines to meet tho
1 'tiest of the Pacific Coast.
KOHIO'S TiRIFP C0NFIR1NCE.
Delegato Kuhto's proposal to call a
meeting of all tho interests of the
Territory affected by tariff legislation
Is not only a good one but tho pro
gram should bo outlined and the ma
chinery set In motion nt tho earliest
Hawaii should approach the tariff
Issue as a Territory with nil Inter
ests working together for general de
velopment and preservation of our
It Is no secret thnt the very life
blood of our Industries Is tho pro
tective tariff. It Is also well known
that our lands would offer a wider
range of opportunity for Americans
If the policy of protection were ex
tended to cover other agricultural In
dustries than those already built up
by this great prosperity promoter.
Hawaii should approach Congress
as n unit. Its various interests
should cooperate and It should bo
recognized from the start thnt no In
dustry with any suggestion of a fu
ture Is too small to receive recogni
tion. Sugar is of courso our mainstay.
Hut there are others that must bo
looked after, and oven sugar will not
lose prestige by being one of many
engaged In n good cause.
The principal value of beginning
early is to sccuro n complete compi
lation of statistics so thnt a powerful
array of facts may he set before the
tariff commission, and the revision
ists of the Congrebslonnl session that
will undoubtedly be called 'next year.
HAWAII'S VOLCANO OF TODAY.
It U n mighty good thing that tho
Fool-Killer has Quieted tho man who
was forever asking whether the Vol
cano Is nn asset. Ho might other
wise have frightened a few of tho
timid ones from vlowlng a sight of n
ltfe-tlmo now constantly on view at
the pit of Kllauca.
Never In ItB history has Hawaii
presented tho Volcano in such an at
tractive form as today. History ro
cords that the fires in the pit havo
been more active and the lava over
flowed on tho floor of thn greater
crater, but the present combination
of convenience In making the trip
nnd hotel comforts nfter nrrivlng at
Kllauea has not been equaled at any
The Volcano today is a flrst-clasa
attraction in every respect. The ac
tivity is gorgeous nnd awo-Insplrlng?
And the improvement In the hotel
management has been In keeping
with the renewal of volcanic llfo.
The hotel hos boen renovated, and
the service put on tho basis of por
ted comfort with muny of tho lux-
rerSli.Monlht 9 .no
l'et Ver, anywhere In U.S I.00
Pel Year, aiiwlicrc In Canada ,. I. Bo
PerVear t)tM, forelc 3.t
Enured at tl PosMflUf tit IlrWulu
H ftnoinl tlas nwivcr.
AUGUST 4, 1008
urle3. This Is supplemented by a
climate that has Just enough spice to
rtlr tho blood and tone the system
for the walks and rides among the
greatest wonders of the world.
Tho Volcano is a distinct success
from ever standpoint. Kesldonts of
the Territory should make nn effort
to see It, and travelers who come
this way and miss It nie deserving of
ANOTHER IAUKEA NOTE
(Continued on Pace 4)
plnce, where he told me thnt Iaukea
wanted $1500. The condition un
der which the nmount of tlGOO was
to be paid over was that Townsend
should givo n note to mo for J1G00,
and Inukea in the meantime was to
give one note to Townsend for the
nmount. Tending this negotiation,
Iaukcn heard thnt Chief of Detect
ives Taylor had heard of tho $100
noto nnd ho asked that the matter
stand over for n week.
"Tho matter leaked out nnd Hreck
ons heard the circumstances of tho
case. At his request I let Mr. llrcck
ons have the Iaukea note for $100.
"Since then Iaukea feared the ac
tion of Dreckons, nnd requested that
Townsend give n new note in place
of tho original one. This was ac
ceptable to me, nnd Townsend gavo
me n new note for nnd In, behalf of
Iaukea. Tho note was subsequently
"Afterwnrds I requested Town
send to see that Iaukea reopen Iwl
lel, but this proposition failed, Town
send saying thnt Iaukea could not
under the law, which he swore to en
force, entertain tho Iwllel proposi
tion uny more. I therefore told the
women thnt I could not do anything
with tho Iwllel matter."
(Signed In both English
"I told Townsend to brlnn tho nolo
I had made to Iso to me," said the
Sheriff, "as I wanted to nay it. When
ho brought it, however, I did not
nave the money, to I made a note In-
BuHdine lots in th Pntlmisn IVan.
Sire and Price of lots to suit pur
chasers. If Tot! are Contemnlntinrr hnilrltntr
do not fail to consider this tract be
Herfi RT fin fflflnm knJ ma..
tain views, good soil and drainage,
and location convenient to the car
We are readv to ; in hnlif
uv..mcs un uicse lots.
Corner Fort am JUrehaat Strati.
For Basinets Deals With
VfJT HalsVrVi "
Sjwd iwJt koM
The Atherton House;
4 Bedrooms; all modern
Nearly one acre of ground.
If you nr? loakiii";
for a cccl place, there
is no tise of looking
stead to Townsend, which ho took up
for u couple of days until I could
"Yes; I got back tho Inol note from
Isol," said Townsend. "and brought
It to tho Sheriff, He made out an
other note to me in its place, which
I gavo to Isol."
Townsend further, at his own Ini
tiative, wrote out tho following
statement: "At tho time Isol re
quested me to be interpreter, I re
futed three times. I told him to get
some other Interpreter, When he In
sisted I told tho Sheriff and empha
sized to him that I was only acting
as Interpreter, and that he must not
consider me ns middleman In any
sense. Sheriff ngrced to It and there
fore I Interpreted."
Sheriff Iaukea this forenoon took
steps to have Isol prosecuted for at
tempted bribery. Ho said HiIb fore
noon that he had reached tho conclu
sion that his own evidence coupled
with that of Townsend nnd with tho
Interviews given by Isol to tho pa
pers would be sufficient to Iiubo a
case on. Ho did not believe, how
ever, thnt he should himself take tho
initiative In' the niattor, but rather
tho Attorney General's Department,
to which he would refer tho matter,
expecting at tho same time that ho
would sign the complaint against
Isol, If such were Issued. Iaukea wnu
of the opinion that tho affair was of
such magnitude that steps ought to
be taken, and that it would bu tho
best thing to havo tho entlro mutter
threshed out In tho courts. He went
to seo the, Attorney General this fore
noon between 11 nnd 12 o'clock, nnd
hnd a long conference with him.
When he camo out of tho Attofney
General's room, he stated that the
matter was now entirely In tho hands
of Mr. Hemenwny, and ho thereforo
had nothing further to say.
"The Sheriff has told mo the en
tire story, but It does not differ In
any way from tho stories that have
nlrcady been given In the newspa
pers," stated Attorney General Hem
enwny. "He asked me to Investigate
th whole proposition, and I have
ngrced to do so. Tho Sheriff has had
lots of plllkla, and I feel sorry for
Mr. Hcmenway refused to stale
whether or not the matter would be
put beforo the Territorial Orand
Jury, which meets tomorrow, but at
any rate It is certain that he will
conduct nn investigation.
"Will yo'u Investigate Isol or Iau
kea?" was asked of him.
"I will look Into tho whole affair,
regardless of persons," answered tho
HAWAH AND "KAM"
(Cottfc'ived frm Ptiajt 1)
tho lead. The Hawaii did not pick up
a good-sized breeze until 11 o'clock
In the evening, when Captain Wil
der, who was in charge or the yacht
coming down, put on evory stitch of
snil and laid his course across the
channel to Maul.
Tho Gladys passed the Hawaii ear
ly In the evonlng and was again pass
ed by the Hawaii as soon as the lat
ter got a fair wind. Tho- Kameha-
MONDAY, AUG. 3,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
WH0SH 1A1M 'A KB SALU,
mcha was sighted off Maul early In
tho morning of Monday and It was a
Morn chnsd to Oahu. The Hawaii
picked up off Kalaupapa nnd thou
lost Its gain in light breezes nnd
calms. Croselne the chnnnel It
gained moro and when opposite Dia
mond Head was even with the Kam.
Off'Watklkl the Kam was passed and
the Hawaii came past the bell buoy
five minutes nhead or the Kam., hav
ing beaten her to port by the nar
rowest in lire In. The Kam bovs claim
the margin would have been the oili
er way had their spinnaker not car
ried away in the Molokai channel.
The Hawaii, on the other hand.
would have made the race from Hllo
well Inside of twenty-four hours had
it been successful In catching a
breeze Immediately It cleared Hllo.
Commodore Wilder hud the same
working crew Hint was with tho
ucht on the trln tu Hllo. nnd simiud
no effort of sail-changing nnd baltnst
shlftlng to get tho most possible out
of tho boat, mid learn what sho
would do under uii'vlnir conditions.
Wilder lost n (he-dollar wnger that
ho would make port In twenty-four
hours, hut he came near enough un
der adverse conditions to gain somo
balm for hln loss.
The cruise was a ely pleasant one
In nil rcDnccts, The cools nnd cnbln
boy on the Hawaii were In fine fet
tle nnd tho eating department wns
great. An exciting Incident on tho
Kniuehnmchn was when Jack O'llrlen
went overboard in tho chnnnel nn n
result of tho spinnaker giving away.
He managed to cling to some of the
wreck nnd wns promptly pulled In
without the boat coming about.
Thoso on board ho Hawaii wore
Commodore Wilder, W. II. Stroud,
Ilay Reltow, Sam I.yle, Alec, Char
lie, cook Kruse. W. It. Knrrington,
Dan Logan, and LouIb Richards, the
The log reads ns follows:
On Hoard Yacht Hawaii,
Aug. 2. 1908.
RUN FROM HII.0 TO HONOLULU.
4:1G p. m. up anchor In Hllo Hay
and accepted offer of tow out. Kam
circled Commodore Sinclair's Lurllno
nnd gavo him n farewell cheer. Ha
waii saluted Sinclair In passing out.
4:5li p. m. Kum crossed lino from
whistling buoy to Wnlnuku mill.
l:Ci p. m. cast off launch.
C p.' ni. Hawaii crossed line.
G:lGp. m. port tack. G:20 stnr-
board tack. Kam runnlne abend
G:3G Kam came about on port tack.
Mado good gain.
GMG Kam starboard tack.
G:0G Hawaii camo about on port
tack. LighlTwInds, big Tollers.
0:27 Gladys coming out of Hllo
7:30 Gladys passed Hawaii.
10 p. m. Hawaii passed Gladys to
Monday, 2;1G a. m. passed Kam a
quarter mllo to windward. This
proved to bo a dream. (No ono knows
what the boajt was.)
Since leaving Pepeckeo light
course N. W. 1-2 W.
t n. m. Maul off lee how.
DJ light, sight sloop ahead. Must
be Kam. How did It pass In the
0:29 porpoise alongside. Kam 10
10:10 a. m. sot "hee-haw" Jib, but
It draws. Off Haiku. Kam not gain
ing. Light winds.
During the forenoon set a variety
of sails with good cffo:t. Mado spin
naker of Jib nnd water sail of Jlbtop
sail, Picking up on Kam.
12:20 p. m. good rain snuall cave
first lively wind of the day.
1 p. m. Off Unlaws Point. Kam
1 to ,2 miles ahead.
IMG look off water sail, set imhv
3:20 took In fisherman's stnvsall.
Wind dead aft. Kam caught favor
ing cquall nnd spurted ahead to 2
mlle lead. Hawaii's wind llcht.
4 P. m. cook served grog ecrr-
nog on deck.
4:30 off Ka Lao o ka Illo Point.
if yon are thinking of pur
chasing a watch,
We have them in GOLD,
SILVER, and GUN-METAL,
at prices Very Little in Ad
vance of Regular Time
Watches. Also a Large Stock
H. F. Wichman & Co.
, LEADDfa JBWBLBKS.
rcou a ruiniurn
M. M'lnemiy, Ltd., Fort and
G:1G Makapuu Point sighted. Fnlr
G:GG Kam apparently lost spln
nnker. (This was when Jack O'Hrion
7:30 p. m. Dlnmond Head light
8 p. m. Koko Head abeam.
8:40 Kam off Diamond Head;
8:40 Hawaii burned Blgnnl nbeam
8:49 passing Knm, having caught
her after a 250-inllo run.
9:00, 22 hours from time Hawaii
got n fair wind.
9:21 passed bell buoy lino and
sailed Into harbor 28 hours from
Hllo. It wns u remarkable race nnd
a long ntcrn chase. The Hawnll is
doing better. First sho was beaten
by them all. In the next sho bent
tho Lady Maud nnd Gwendolyn. Now
sho has beaten tho Knm. A little
moro tuning and the Hawaii will be
nil that was expected.
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Good friends here pointed out that when Stcin-Blooh
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not saying anything that should lead a man to buy Stein
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Stein-Bloch advertise "98 Years of KNOWING HOW."
Th "Knowing How" is what makes the last suit lit at
well as the first. It is what makes this suit fit yon', no
matter whether you live in New York, or Oregon, or Hawaii
One tailor doesn't make tht suit or overcoat. It is tau
united product of a body of tailors, each of whom hold
his place beoanse he is the best man at that task. When
each one has finished his special work and the results are
assembled, the suit or overcoat fits because the men who
made the part knew what they were doing,
This is modern, economical tailoring.
The plain-toe uppers arc of
and the lining: is of special duck
the quarter. The Chantilly bas a welted sole with custom extea
sion edr, and a Cuban heel.
Pring your old shoes to be mended while you r.-ait.
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