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', 4 EVgNINQ BPLMiTW.'HONOMTLU, T. H., THURSDAY,. AUQ. 0,1908. , t ,. . . a - . '
;' Evening Bulletin
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
f'f -i i Llclitoi
Oct toficther Is Delegate Kuhlo'H
tariff plnnl., mill ll In oiiu ull liuniU
may Bland on.
Response to the appeal for Chil
dren's Hospital funds shows that our
people of wealth are klnil-heiirted In
their hour of prosperity.
Having made jour money In Un
wall, reinvest It In Hawaii's enter
prises. On a business basis, none
have proved better, ami there are
moral claims worth considering.
Plantations that devote a good
share of their added income to the
reduction of bonded Indebtedness nro
adopting n policy that will glo In
creased confidence In the fecurltles of
Walter V'cllman'u announcement
that he will make a balloon trl:i to
the I'ole In t90!i means n good num
ber of very Interesting niagnzlno ar
ticles on his plans, though he never
Zeppelin's airship appears to bo a
practical solution of the new Held of
navigation. 'There would be more
sympathy for tho old man over the
loss of his first ship, If It were Impos
sible for him to rebuild on Improved
Signs of new activity at Pearl Har
bor are now watched with ns deep In
terest as the fluctuations of the sugar
market. The superiority of tho
Pearl Harbor business is that there I
Is no prospect of a slump for tho
next ten jears.
What Democrat nnd Civic Kedcra
tlontst will now romo to tha front
and seek the suffrage of the people,
backed up and glorified by tho recorl
of Hint peerless leader of the refor
mation, laukea? Shall It be Theo
dore Richards or Hrothcr Thwlng or
old Sour Hall?
The Irwin cup for tho Honolulu
Hllo yacht race Is by all odds tho
best suggestion yet. If Mr. Irwin's
juclit Is not able to enter this nice,
he Is sportsman enough nnd has the
whciewlthal to build a new boat that
will lend zest to tho sport and pro
mote wide Interest In tho competi
tion. Ll J. M
They aro having hard work killing
off notables of late. Rojestvensky
flrsl had his obituary printed, only
to have It repudiated by tile Admiral
in poison the next day. Now the
stabbing of the Sultan proves a
myth, despite tho fact that the world
seems to agree it would miss the rul
er of Turkey least of nil.
Picsldcnt Roosevelt has Just dono
4 ll-ft l'nlir hVAllir ttvlft i s tttnai In
inu iiij luvvii uiiiiKO Willi nno iv
have the fleet of waishl.m so regu -
lato Its Journey that It might pass
the leper colony in daylight and give i
tho unfoi tunnies theio a chnnco to
seo the finest murine spectnelo tho
world has ever beheld. This wns a'
thoughtful bit of kindliness, charac '
torlstle of the spirit ot our country
nnd In every honorable to It. Thero
Is real poetry and tho sweetest ot
sentiment In tho use ot tbls mighty
assemblage ot destruction and Illus
tration of a nation's war-power to
please and Interest uiifoitunnto arid
helpless outcasts cut off from nsso
tlatlon with tholr fellow-beings.
Richmond (Vn ) Lender.
POOR OLD SOUR BALL
The Bulletin tries to bo sovcie
on laukea, but as tho latter has not
divided any trust funds among hli
official companions ns tilt chairman
ot tha Press Commltteo did, nnd omit
ted to explain what became ot Ihtni,
he can probably btand tho racket.
Poor Old Sour Hall!
It Is really too had that Us consti
tutional state of unhnpplucss should
cause tho mornlur: paper to take surh
n view of tho U u 1 1 o 1 1 u ' s nttltudo
t oh aid Sheriff Inukcn.
Ii Is n mistake to assume that llin
IJ it 11 o 1 1 n has oven presumed to !
severo on laukea. It Is strange that
rer Six Moulin.. m .to
Ter Yeir, ii)wliert hi V S I.oti
Pet Year, atiulicr in CariaJa l.ltu
Per ear KtpJlJ, foreign ., , 3.ou
intrretl at llie I'lMollRr til I.mnhU u
44 tt-LtinU i lam in iiu ft
AUOUST 0, 1008
old Sour Hall should
tiling, for lias he nut
and often that the
not be seere on aiijone?
laukea Is a wonder. We repeat It.
He can Bay that he did, one day, and
the next that he didn't, and all with
an atmosphere of such injured Inno
cence that It is a crying sliamo to
even attempt to slap him on tho
Not alone that. He can borrow
! money fiom Iwtlel Uol and declare
that he didn't know who this Isol
was, and then with the samo supremo
Innoccnco declare that he tried to
i get Iwllel-Isol Into u SKiOO.-brlbc
net, nil this In one breath, with
out Injuring his status In reform cir
cles In the slightest. That is nn
achievement In itself. It proves how
thoroughly genuine the reformers arc
In their demand for flrst-chiss men,
efficient officers, and men above re
proach. It Illuminates tho sweet
"character" of the "reform" organ.
The mere fact that the town-Sour
Hall has tired of defending laukea
and is passing a few moments by try
ing to satisfy his senile spite against
the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n , Is all tho proof
needed of tho great merit of laukea
and the organ.
Wo regret that tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
has been so constantly misunderstood
by tho lovely crcaturo that sees pro
found Innocence In the administra
tion of tho County Sheriff and dys
pepsia in everything else.
I Cheer up. Sour Hall! Cheer up!
DEMOCRATS NEED INDIANA.
The Presidential campaign this
year has bi ought out but one hither
to "unknown" in the list of possible
successful candidates. Mr. Kern of
Indiana was nn entirely new fuctor
except among thoto who have follow
ed politics very closely.
Tho candidate for the VIco Presi
dency on tho Democratic ticket ap
pears to bo of Importance principally
LecaiiBo he comes from Indiana, He
Building lots in the Puupueo Tract
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- S,zc aIld PnCe ot lots t0 " P'
If you are contemplating building,
d0 not fail to consider this tract be-
Hcre, are fine marine and moun-
tain .v-ew?. Eood soil and drainage,
?.na location convenient to the car
We are ready to assist in building
hemes on these lots.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
For Island Communication.
Quick, Easy, Cheap
Sjwfi Tmk boM
The Atlicrton House;
4 Bediooms; all modern
Nearly on? acre of ground.
If you are lookinc
for a cool plnce, there
is no use of looking
Is one of tho fortunatcs of a doubtful
How Important Indiana has been
to tho candidates for the Presidency
Is Indicated by the following from
the Now York World:
McClcllan in 1SC4 lost New
York and Indiana. Ho was de
feated. Seymour in 18G8 carried New
York, but lost Indiana. He was
Urcelcy In 1S72 lost New York
and Indiana. Ho was defeated.
Tlldcn In 1876 carried New
York and Indiana. He was not
seated, but almost no student of
American politics now doubts
that he was honestly elected.
Hancock In 1880 lost New
York and Indiana. Ho was de
feated. Cleveland In 1884 carried New
York and Indiana. Ho was elect
ed. Cleveland In 1888 lost Now
York and Indiana. He was de
feated. Cleveland In 1892 carried New
York and Indiana. Ho was elect
ed. Ilryan In 189C lost New York
nnd Indiana. Ho was defeated.
Ilryan In 1900 lost New York
and Indiana. Ho was dcfeatcJ.
Parker in 1904 lost Now York
and Indiana. He was defeated.
In fifty years no Democratic
cnndldato for President has been
elected who did not carry both
New York nnd Indiana. Slnco
Jackson's day no Democratic can
didate for President who carried
both Now York and Indiana has
After rending this, it Is easier to
understand why In searching for a
good man for second place, ono of tho
first requisites was that he should
como from Indiana, It recalls tho
story of tho old Now Englandcr's ad
vice to his t-on "Get money, my son.
Get It honestly, but get money." New
York is lost to the Democracy. It
miiBt have Indiana.
BOYD ANJLP WORK
Editor Evening Bullotln:
Will you pleaso Insert In your valu
able paper, my open letter.
I wish to illucldate about tho sub
ject matter mentyoncd about me in
tho Advertiser this morning:
I havo no objection, or properly I
cannot object or defend myself it men
will bo old Cronies and talk, Ho, and
vllllfy about others when they are
not present, but when our County
Fathers, who represents tho people;
dares In open meeting to discuss
about the fitness, and cablllty of nuy
single Individual In this comunity,
and also to condemn him from
hcursy, without having any slight or
tntlmnto business relation with him,
I say men of that dlscrlptlon nro not
fit to hold the high office offered them
by the people. 1 have had tho great
est admiration, and respect for Su-
We Are The
Little Tudor Play
Little Tudor Sleepers
ideal garments for the little ones for
both day and night wear.
PRICE 05o. GARMENT.
pcrvlsor Hustnce for his firm and
business like conduct in tho chair:
"and 1 want it known once for all, I
nm a firm believer In the motto. "The
survival of tho fltest:" without ie
spect to color, relationship or other
wise." But Mr. Hustace nor Cox nor
nuy other man has a right to run my
reputation down publicly; especially
when t had no Intimation, or knowl
edge of tho proceedings which took
plnco yesterday evening: If my know
ledge of Iload Knglneering is under
Public examination, I would recom
mend the County fathers to my pres
ent employers, cither to Mnrston
Campbell Sup't Public Works, or C.
II. Klucgol, Engineer.
It. N. IIOYD.
TIME IN CANADA
Quebec, July 24. Tho prlnco of
Wnlos has had another day of strenu
ous actively, Ucglnnlng this morning
with a grand review of troops, sailors
nnd marines on the plains of Abra
ham, then- officiating ns tho title
doodi of this historic battlefield were
turned over ns n permanent memorial
between times attending gala lunch
eons nnd dinners, nnd tonight mingled
with tho gay throng of beautifully
drcsced women at the state hall at
lie parliament building. Tho prince
Is bearing his part of these functions
with nil tho dignity nnd good nature
or his royal father, shifting his uni
forms from admiral to field marshal
and then to a plain and well groomed
English gentleman, nnd always awak-'
tiling tho enthusiastic cheers of the
crowds whenever ho appears.
Tho grand review of the military
and naval forces was tho spectacular
featuro of the day. Tho forces as
sembled on tho plains far exceeded
the armies of Wolfo and Montcnlm,
which fought for mastery on tho same
ground, the nggregato today number
ing 23,000, while the spectators raised
tho assemblage to upward of 60,000.
A vast hollow square Inclosed tho
reviewing grounds, sloping up from
tho covo where Wolfo's men gained
tho heights and w rested the field from
tho French. Spread out over the
plnln were troops nnd bluejackets, n
glittering assemblage of redcoats,
grenadiers, hlghlandcrs and the
mounted cowboy forces of tho north
west. Tho 500 American sailors and ma
rlncs from tho Now Hampshire bIww-
ed to good ndvantngo, their steady
marching vvlnnlug a full sharo of
cheers. Tho prlnco rode on the field
wearing thebrllllnnt scnrlet uniform
of a field mottihnl, tho helmet topped
with red nnd white plumes, and his
breast crossed with tho blue sash of
the order of tho garter. Ho galloped
along tho long extended front, tho
regimental colors trooping, tho drums
lolling nnd the bugles sounding tho
royal salute ns ho rode along. Be
side him rode, Field Marshal Lord
Roberts, or "Bobs" ns tho soldlera
Know him, sharing tho ovation given
the prince. Alter Inspecting the men
the prlnco and' Lord Roberts took po
sitions bcfoio tho rovlowlng stand
und Joined In tho cheers which greet
ed the American contingent as It de
filed by tho prince. The American
Miilors woro yellow leggings and
unity white iluck hats, which con
trasted with 'tho straw hats of tho
British tars and tho topknot caps or
tho French sailors. The review wns
tho most extdnslvo over seen In this
country and one of tho largest In tlmo
of peace ever held In North America.
Following tho rovlevv the prlnco
form-ill: transferred the lnttlcflcld to
'the governor general us a listing puh
Heretoforo It has been owned In
patrels by prlvato pirtlos, but tho
prince's dedication today passes It
o''"" to Mm government.
The stato bill at the parliament
building tonight was tho chief coclal
function during tho prlnco's stay.
Tho building was brilliantly Illumi
nated within and wltho.ut nnd a great
Ihrong filled tho scnato chamber,
which temporarily served tho pur
pose of a ball-room.
The American officers gave a danco
this afternoon on board tho New
Hampshire, which wns largely attend
ed by officials and ladies.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newe of the day.
if you are thinking of pur
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