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EVENING BULLETIN,- HONOMTLP. T. II., WEDNESDAY, AUCJ. 5, 1908. -
rcicntatlvc of injured 'innocence.
They neom nblo to swallow 'moat any
thlnp from their own representatives.
What the common, cory-dny cltl
rcn wants to know Is- Which story
which version of Innocence tho
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 Tuesday of each wek.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
IN MY FA1MBLY
"I Have Used Pcruna at Various
Times for Several Years."
The Spirit of
thoughtful public In to bollcvo first
Let its remember
Flint, tlia Sheilft ill J not Know
tint the JlOO.-note-Isul wa3 Iwllel
Hi-i-oml, the Sheriff nilKRi-itpil $1,
Wallace R. Pnrrlnston,
SOU. nu a In Iho In oiilur lo enrich the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES TAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
County coffers with Iwllul-Uol's mon
itti' 'rswywn,TW1FTyg?T-ry,,y'l,Jl'i i l.-,-r- -&?-?
rtt Mouth, anjwlitrt In I, S 41 .7B
Per Quarter, anywlicrt In V S . 2.ch
fcr Vcar,nv, litre till S .. .oo
rcr cu, tosti.iul, (oiclgn, . I2.UO
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWrAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Tl J Editorial Rooms,
Delegatu Kuhlos tariff confeicnre
Is uh.it ll.iwnll must li.nu if It Is to
tslrlku ii winning stihlo for the tariff
l.ltllti Ii being ha I1 or it. but Maui
in eels n liberal allotment of hm
motiy oliitiuont to Improve tho iucm
lircts of the Keimbllcnii party.
Hawaii County cannot bo sulfeilng
its badly as might bo supposed. The
Ciaiid .liny has said ecrythlng Is all
light, and Unit It, a Territorial Insti
tution. Inukea's (ii gan mys ho nceiN a
hteerlng ronimltlev. What's the nut
ter? lias ho alto dlschurged tho or
pin which has acted so long. If not
well, In Hint capacity"
Sin Tiancljco's tleilio t buy Jin
wnliiin securities Is unothcr pioof
that, taken by-and-lr ge. thcru Is
nothing more iLiij anywhere than
the Industilals offe.cJ In this market.
The yacht Hawaii needs nothing
moro than experienced bundling to
cct her Into shape for contests with
juchts better tlinn tho I.urllnc. Kach
lace has found the hope of Hawaii
much Improved, though bolow expec
tations. HAWAII'S SIX DELEGATES.
"Hereafter the Convention shall
ronslst of a number of delegates
from each State equal to double
tho number of each Senator and
Itcprcscntiithe in Congiess; six
delegates c.uh from tho Tenltoi
tes, two f loin Alaska, two from
the District of Columbia; two
from I'orto Itico, and two fioni
the Philippine Islands,"
This is the text of Itulo I passed
by the Republican National Conten
tion and constitutes Hawaii's guaran
tee for six delegates In tho next con
tention. It also establishes our place
with the Territories of tho country as
opposed to thi "poisesslons" with
which the Islands are so frequently
Tho gonernl Impression has been
that National Committeeman Hobert
ton In his campaign for n InrgerTcp'
refutation In the National convex
Hon secured oiily n promlfe which
might bo upset at the pleasure of the
National Cominltteo four jcais
. This Is far dam the fact.
Tho rnlo of the convention Is be-
jond the power of nn committee to
modify. The work of our delegates
this year attracted llttlo attention
fioni tho crowds hut splendid results
To letalu this repiesentatlon Ha
waii has only to maintain Its posi
tion us a self-governing Territoiy.
INNOCENCE IN SHERIFF'S OFFICE.
Tho lamb-IIko Innnconcn of tho
County Sheriff might well occupy tho
attention of the Attorney General. It
is deeply Impressed on tho minds of
Accepting his own words, for it.
there is not tho slightest doubt that
Sheriff Inukea is the most guileless
official that ever graced the County
of Oahu or tho Territory of Hawaii.
It Is remarkable Indeed for n man to
live so long and remain so thorough
ly untouched by worldly thought. Or
It may bo that ho has doveloped In
nocence under the influence of tho
County Sheriff Inuke.i, in tho first
, Instance, said that ho didn't know
tho Isol to whom ho gavo a $100. un
secured note was tho Isol of Iwllel
fame, i:en tho Advertiser said, "Of
com so not," because tho detectives
and tho underlings of tho force nio
supposed to form tho Ill-smelling ac
quaintances, leaving tho Sheriff in
hlfe ofllco unharmed by contact and
personal acquaintance with tho tin-der-woild
This at tho outset shows a deep
doslre to remain Innocent or to at
least cultivate Innocence.
Now, a few daa later, It appears
that tho County Sheriff had a moro
intlninto acquaintance with tho man
Jsol Iwllel Isol than tho public
Per Six Months a ,n
Per Veir,ii)herelnUS I.oo
Pet Vear, an; litre In Canada.,. I. no
PerVeat luMiaM, foreign 3.c
tnlereil at lhe Potoir.ci nt Honolulu
a, luioint l1.s4 miller
AUGUST 5, 1008
would bo led to believe from either
ins i-u.ucr uiieniniea or tun expiti-
... ...... .
nations glten for him h tho "re
'I lie Sheila not onl knew Isol, but
he did him O'ii honor of discussing
witli him a llttlo matter of bribery.
Fiom this It might seem that thu
Sheiiff had discarded Ills cloak of In
nocence or at least to hao had It
taken away frolu him by phslcul
foi co or forco of circumstances.
Stuli, Imwewr, Is not the case. The
Sheriff's Innocence fetlll held Its cit
adel against tho (omlilued attacks of
everything anil everybody. Thero is
no doubt of It, If wo follow tho Sher
iff's words closely.
1'ioof of the fact Is found in tho
Sheriff's wilttcn statement appearing
in the 11 u 1 I c 1 1 n of Monday, in
which ho says: "The only motive I
iiad in suggesting the $1500. was
(iiai u wotiiu lend to the arrest of
the bilber and the cniichmcnt of tho
public coffers by that sum."
That's clear. It Is elegant. It Is
groat. A more glorious exhibition of
lojalty to the public coffers has not
been found In n month of SundajB.
As he Is tho exemplification of In
nocence on :t monument. It appar
ently did not occur to tho County
Sheriff that when working up a cubo
of bribery against n man, the pay-
niont of $G00. or SCO. or $100. was
jusi us vaiuaiiie ror criminal pur
poses us JIGOO.
Thcreforo It must bo assumed that
tho County Sheriff in suggesting
flCOO. win Innocent, sweetly Inno
Otherwise ho would hate been will
ing to have accepted a smaller sum
In order to make out n rase, nnd have
waited for a moro (onvenient season
for the additional amount with
which to enrich tho coffets of the
public treasury from the led-llght
Tho further this matter of Isol and
Iniiken ii ml ii, -I,- .i... (,...
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up, the more It shows to be one of tho'
most toftly punlng unsophisticated
propositions that ever adorned no-
lice records and recolved the endorse
ment of tho reformers of tho town.
Of (ourse tho loformeis are satis
fied that the County Sheriff Ii n rep-
Building 4ots in the Puupueo Tract
Sire and Price of lots to suit pur
chasers. If you are contemplating building,
do not fail to consider this tract be
Here are fine marine and moun
tain views, good soil and drainage,
and location convenient to the oar
We are ready to assist in buildintr
i.wuta u mese 101s,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Tor Business Deals With
UMiTLO ., J
Tftn D y05Mi
Tlilnl, It Is assumed tlint tho Sher
iff, belnR wltliont Kulle, tllil not re
coll the furl that a $500. brtbo would
bo us nlunlilc for erlmlnn, put poses
liii'l It a Bhnine to put tho rospon-
rllillltlei of iimro on nu official like
ii nn were rent out to arrest a
buiBlar ho might, as likely as not,
brliiB In a hive of honey bees they
nro suth sweet things.
The Harden Ulamll
The Adveitiscr hut had un nttack
flf Ifn tlltl.tl,t Jl ii arrnltt l. !.... ....clii
' " " ,p.,ii.. vj o,....,,, ... ,nv vailj
,linn ,,r t.,,i, ,i. i.i.i. ..,..
county gooinmc:it was hiuintlna Its
dreams, and the shrieks of p.iln t.oro
heard In tho composing room where
n foolish llnotjpcr picked them up
and marie an editorial of them,
ino dreams were occasioned by a
lot of undigested rumors that all Hie
wnlians weio going to combine in one
grand unti-hnolo oto on Not ember
3rd next. .
Lcatlng alone tho fact that this food
was the pabulum manufactured by the
Advertiser for its customers' nine
jears ago, and that the stuff It iccoiu
mended as thu only breakfast food qt
that tlmo It now denounces as poison
thero still remains tho record of the
effect of it on tho system as observed
by that paper.
According to the Advortlser It was
the awakening of tho Interest In poli
tics among tho llawallans that brought
county gotcrnment, in spite of its
strenuous fight for oligarchy. Tho first
thing to nrouso tho totcrs and make
them work for a change was tho open
ii nd apparently unchecked graft prac
tised among the ofllco holders in Ho
nolulu, gralt which brought tho Ten I
tory Into such financial straits that foi
months It could not pay Its scivantk
bundled cents un a dollar anil that
In spite of tho fact that tho adminis
tration at that time had tho handling
of nil the taxes collected In tho group,
whereas now with only one half at Iti
disposal, tho administration not mil)
pa j s its employees In full but gltce
Hip nubile moro attention nnd more
improvement than was thought of slj
or eight years ago.
The Advertiser holds up Hawaii av
nn example of what misery conn',
government has brought to tho Terrl
tory. True tho big Island has been fo
unlucky as to get a lot of lnom
pctcnts nt thu head of Its affairs dur
ing Uils term but tho aatlslucuoi
knowing tluit the totem can turn tin
inscals out nt tho biennial election, or
otcn heroic, is helping matters con
slderably now, while under tho old
regime the public was powerless tc
better conditions as long as tho ap
potntlto power did not discover the
rascality of its servants and cither put
them In jail or allowed them to seek
Theio tvero many ln
eonipetcnts In control before tho new
lbut they could not bo turned out
Bs llawall can do now.
Maui is said to be "on the verge of
rotolt against Intrenched rascality," a
statement which has all thu piopcv
ties of a boomerang, it being tho coun
ty Inteiests that nro doing tho revolt
lug and thu Intrenched rascality thai
bulls back to tho (lolilen Days that
the Advertiser Is wishing to resurrect
"Oahu, but for tho Arm hand of lis
laigq responsible clement, would long
ago have gone under the control of n
predaceous ring" is tho conclusion ni
lived nt by tho Advertiser, which ovl
dently has forgotten that It was one
of tho principal workers who through
county elections, broke up a predac
eous ring that has been equalled only
once In tho history of Hawaii.
When tho Adtertlser sayg that tho
attempt to rally tho Hawaiian votes
"for tho benefit of tho Hawaiian inco"
Is a direct fruit of tho county govern
ment it again bears 'testimony to the
unreliability of Its memory. It bccuu
to havo forgotten that thero over was
a Homo Itulo party, or xvhat tho aim
and means of such a party was, or that
It had Its origin under tho old stjle
government, or that It was ruled at
absolutely by a small click ns Tai
many ever was.
On tho other hand tho Advertiser
apparently has fulled to obsorto that
the Hawaiian votcis hate learned a lot
since tho days of tho femalo-dog-tax
Legislature, They have In tho mn
joilty of Instances, elected goer men
to offices without much rcforenco to
whethor thov were haoUs pr Ha
wallans, and agitators of ono stamp
or the other are not likely to turn
them Into a flock of sheep again.
We Are The
Little Tudor Play
Little Tudor Sleepers
ideal purments for the little ones for
both day and night wear.
PHICE 05c. GARMENT.
I Recommend Pcruna,
Mr. Edward XI. lltirtt.nN. Jefferson
Ave:, St. Loul, MlMourl. tJ.H. A.,
writes: "It affords mo much pleasure
to announce that I have used your med
lelno at various times for cerersl years,
and that It has given entlro satisfaction,
not only In my own family, but also that
of others of my friends. And would
cheerfully recommend tho u?o of Pcru
na, as I certainly do endorse your med
icine." Catarrh of the Stomach.
Mr. Jojoph hchuler, H, 1 I). .No. 3,
Laity, town, U.H.A., writes: 'l
think It is my duty to tell you what your
medlcino lias done for mo. It lias
cured me ot catarrh of the ttomnch of
twenty-llvo yearn" standing. Many
thanks for your kind medical udvlco."
Pcruna Is handy to keep In tho house
all tho year round. It is good for the
colds of winter, It is good for tho petty
allmenU of summer. It Is good for the
grandfather nnd tho grandchild. It Is
a favorite romedy for tl.u houiowlfo.
inn following wnoiccaio aruggm
will supply the retail tra-ie:
Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Atherton House;
4 Bedrooms; all modern
Nearly one acre of ground.
If you are looking
for a cool place, there
is no use of looking
if you 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
ii. F. Wichman & Co.
o AT o
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Irenton, Simplex; and Improved
Trenton Combination - Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Ua't brain wcrk; it is brail
arnlgary. It it work for togs aui
levers, mot for the evasions (ray mat-
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Step in our office and set i
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BUT Idling Masain on Hit star
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For the tired brain
worker so benefi
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' New -k
Midsummer Hats at
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printing of every kind.
Alio prices and samnles of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form ,
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Clothe3 have spirit as well ns style. Every snip
of the scissors is regulated by influences that put life
and character into a garment or make it dead and
Stein-Bloch Clothe3 have style and the Spirit of
Today with a quality that has been faithful to all
wearers of these garments for 63 years.
In the cut of them, in their color, in the 'entire
tailoring, these influences are visible. Stein-Bloch
Clothes are always found at your best clothier's. They
arc a correct following of correct forms, readily recog
nized by the observant and appreciated by the econom
ical. You will find these suits at
The plain-toe uppers are 'of the very flnit Patent leathe'r,
and the lining is of special duck in the vamp and Black Kid in
the quarter. The Chantilly has a welted sole with ouitom exten
sion tdgt, and a Cuban he:l.
Bring your old shoes to be mended while you wait.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
MeCANDLESS BLDG., corner of KING and BETHEL.
MADE BY HEINZ
Heinz Apple Butter is the most delicious relish that
is made or ever was' made.
Everybody knows about
Hehu Apple Bntttr in
and cannot become tainted,
contact with it.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154,
Fort St, Opn. W. O. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock. White and
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BARGAIN SALE OF
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$1.00 SHIRTS OUT TO ' $ Vj
$1.30 SHIRTS CUT TO " ' i oo'
$1.75 SHIRTS CUT TO .,;;;.' gs
Ii Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Representing one of
the most chic and dainty Pa
risian styles for woman this
season is the Chantilly a
two-eyelet Patent leather tie.
The last over which it is
made has the characteristic
narrow toe and short vamp
found in many of the custom
styles originating In the
HEINZ WAY and the
Sanitary Tins is absolutely pure
at the soldier oannot come info
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