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EVENING BULLfcTIN, HONOMJLO, T. H.,' FIUDAY, AUG. 7, 1908.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Holulu, Tcmtory of Hawaii.
lii'j every day exiept Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday ot each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
W iiltioo 12. Purrlnsiton. - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Month, ftnyuritre In I' S, 9 7A
Per fjuarter, miyvrliert In I' S 2.ou
Pet Year, nnv a litre In V S . Hum
I'cr Year, iostpnul, foreign. l2.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
I Bditoriul Rooms,
It Is lu be hoinM I lii' prvtllitlons i mined frultx raising tlio tntnl Milne
of tlio I'ntlflc Mall nnniiRcr nml J. J. to $711,612 an Increase of $100,
I till ri'sanllni; (lie future ot Anieil- 000. ier the elpen montlm of 11)07.
lan BlilppliiK In the Pacific will slnl; ' Our HlilinncntH of rice were valued
Into the kiiiiIh of thu American peo-'nt $lu.t,S.' , represcntliiR n ilccrcaso
pie. A few sears hro, tho Oceanic of about $10,000. from the prclous
Mcnnnmlp oper.itois, tho Spreckeln, )ear.
slated that unless some assistance In the foreign trade of this Torrl
wag Riven American Hhlpplng the lory Japan tontlmicx to ma I.e. sternly
steamers of tho Australian lino would pains, hIkiwii tu the following 11k
be withdrawn anil laid up. The pco me.): Imports from Japan In May
pie laughed and said It was only u 13117 were valued at $177,192.; for
blurt to force the p.ijmcnt of the euli-, Ma. 1908, $170,131). Tor the clccn
sidy. Tho scoffers now Know that It months ending May 1907, $1,424,
was no blult. With this us an exam- 719.; eleven months ending May
pie, the peoplo should know what to 180S, $1,700,7S".
do If they wish to wipe the American The luipoits for tho month of May
Flap off tho faco of I'aclllc wateis, '
Action Is necessary to k.ivo It.
Now, ouppo.ie Slid If! l.iuKc.i
had been Riven a similar sum ot
money with which to entertain
the fleet provost guard? It would
have been far r-ore llttliiR to let
him hao It than It was to Rlvo
ninnoy to the II u 1 1 e I I n editor
with which to entertain Journal
Poor old Soitr Hall!
First he Is consumed of an uti-'
controllablo spite against tho editor of Japan.
of the 11 u 1 let i ii . and resorts to I Mr Salto has been a power for con
libel and deliberate falsification. Isorvativo action among hln people,
Second ho has to manufacture n and not a faw critical situations,
campaign to cm or tho trail ot Incfil- arising from some passing excitement
clency and lwllcl business dealings among tho Japaneso laborers, have,
of the "icform" Sheriff. (been dealt with In a manner to rc-
Jt would be better to bo cheerful fleet tho highest credit on the Integ
and reasonably honest, rather than a rlty nml good Judgment ot tho official
publisher of libels and unhappy. I
HAWAII'S TKADL INUMASiNG,
Shlnments of Domestic Merchan
dise from the United States mainland
to tho Territory of Hawaii:
Total value for eleven
months ending May 10o. $10,893,653
Total value lor eleven
months ending May 1'JOC. 12,624,945
Total value lor eleven
months ending May 1S03. 13,284,654
This record, obtained from tho Ilu-
li-ju ot Statistics ot tho Department
ol Commcicu and Labor, should bu
sufficient proof for tho peoplo of thu
mainland that Hawaii Is a section ot
tho United States returning Rood
profit to the centers of national
trade, and any policy that detracts
from Hawaii's piosperlty Is not good
business or good political morals.
Hawaii has every reason to point
with prldo to tho record ot Its prog
ress. Kspeclally is this tho enbe when
the figures for tho 1'hlllpplncs, for
l the same poilod, show that those isl
ands ot inuc.li greater area and re
source shipped tu the mainland mer
chandise ot a totnl Miluo ot $10,777,
GS4. And tho total trado ot tho
Philippines with the mainland
amounts to $19,720,584. or $29,597,
i'SI. lets than the total shipments
between Hawaii and tho mainland.
Tho Increase In Hawaii's shipments
from tho States is not founil In any
particular Item of trade. Thcio ap
pears to hno been a general Improve-J
ment lu tho buying rapacity of tho I Here are fine marine and moun
Territory and. tho demand for imp-j tain views, rrood soil and drainatre
..lu. ..ii ..!.. ti. ii..,. L 1 l u ... .. vf
piles all along tho line.
In our shipments to the mainland
nn Increase ot ocr ten millions of
dollars Is shown In tho Item of sugar
alone, which, as usual, makes, up al
most all Hawaii's outgoing business
Tho sugar statistics for shipments to
tho mainland during tho eleven
months' periods of 1907-8 follow:
syrup, gals., , 0,917 $ 355
lbs 093,080,391 22,919.055
lbs 17,705,770 832,995
Total sugur nnd
molasses .... ' 23,783,005
syrup, Oals... 23 $ 20
lbs 922,583,093 33,133,271
lbs 18,171.050 922,921
Total sugar nnd
molasses .... 31,358,215
Tho largest Item other than sugar
In our list of Hhlpmcnts to tho States
conies under tho head ot fruits and
nuts. Tho latter Is Insignificant, tho
I'cr Six Moulin a ,Bc
I'cr Vear, ii)liere In US I.oo
Pel Year, mi) u here In CanadA, I.Ao
Per Year inatpjltt, foreign 3,ou
tut ere J at the roMoflirr st Honolulu
as M-cutnl cUm muirr.
,. ... AUGUST 7, 1908
were about the same as last sear, hut
tho lncicasc for the elecn months
as ocr quarter of n million ot dol
lars. Tho total imports of America
from Japan during this portotl were
alued at $C3,0.2,728.
Consul Salto leacs Hawaii after
n tour of duty that will causo him to
be long remembered as one of tho
most efficient and courteous officials
to serve us the local representative
to whom tho Japaneso look for coun
sel and guidance.
It could hardly be expected that
.Mr. Salto would remain hero for a
longer period, as ho Is of tho typo
tIiat moves forward
It Is understood
that his count) y has a wider field of
duty anil greater responsibilities for
Hawaii wishes Consul nml Mrs.
Sallo tho happiest future, and thoy
will always find a cordial welcome
among all classes should clrcum-
1 stances bring them again to Hono
lulu. Building lots in the Puupueo Tract
Size and Price of lots to suit pur
chasers. If you are contemplating building,
do not fail to consider this tract be-
and 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
jsj m Jy." fQl
Simt ftMf LoM
The Atherton House;
4 Bedrooms; all modern
Nearly one acre of ground.
If you ars looking
for a cool place, there
is no use of looking
WHY CLOSED DOORS?
Why should the preliminary In.
cstlgatlnn of the Isol-Inukea casj
by tho Commltteo from tho Jlturtl ol
Supervisors be conducted behind
For what Rood I canon Is tho public
barred from this Investigation, which
should be open and above-board from
(ho cry outset?
Tho Supervisors represent tho peo
ple direct. They nro dealing with n
matter that has been heforo tho pub
lic In a variety of forms and it is ery
difficult to Imnglno any Injury to the
cause of Justlco or tho Interests of
tho people In consequence of this
Committee conducting Its Investiga
tion ns a body representing tho peo
ple snouiu uo.
Opcu jour doors, Mr. Supervisors.
Tho public Is entitled to know nil
tho facts that you develop and how
sou sccuro them.
IAUKEA AND TAYLOR.
Wonders never cease.
We now understand tho County
Sheriff to say that ho might iiavo
been more successful in gaining tho
acquaintance of I sol and completing
tho caso of bribery It only Former
Chief of Detectives Taylor had told
him, tho Sheriff, that he know ot tho
$100, loan from Isol,
Hitherto wo had nlwnjs Imagined
that tho most Intlmnto friendship
ami confldenco prevailed between tho
County Sheriff and Chief of Detect
ive.? Taylor. That Is what tho Organ
has given tho public to understand.
If they were bucIi friends certainly
Taylor, having learned of tho note,
would not have hesitated to broach
tho subject and kindly admonish tho
Sheriff on what to tin and how to do
It, when leading red-light men on to
These latter-day explanations nro
Interesting, mighty Interesting.
They remind ono of tho famous
N'ast cartoon ot Tammanv In which
tho various braves aro represented
as standing In a circle, each pointing
to tho other "It's him."
$87,000. DRESS BILL
PAIHS, France. July 18. Cheva
lier Vlnconto FIoilo, ono of Itnly'B
wealthiest men nnd founder nt tho
Targa Florlo automobllo ruco In 81c
lly, has been contesting a Paris dress
maker's, blil for $87,000 for articles
supplied within tllrco years to u
friend of his, a divorced Russian
ptlncess. Chevalier Florlo acknowl
edged his liability for payment ot
tho bills, but protested that sonio ot
the charges wcro exorbitant.
Tho simplest gowns charged were
for $500. Hall dresses cost $1000
unci one chargo wns for n dozen night
dresses nt $130 each. Stockings
wcro charged for at from $27 to $30
n pair, and mittens at $20 n pair.
Tho Court bj nip.il hled with tho chev
alier to the extent ot reducing tho
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Little Tudor Play
Little Tudor Sleepers
ideal Garments for the little ones for
both day and night wear.
PRICE 65c. GARMENT.
STRUGGLE TO E8CAPE,
SAN FIIANCISCO, Calif., July 30.
Almost on the eve of their execution
nt San Qucntln, for the Ras-plpe mur
ders. It was learned scstcrdny that
John Slcmseti made n desperate ef
fort to escape from prison beforo ho
was removed to tho death cell and
that tho relatives of I.ouls Dabnor
will inuko a last despairing attempt
today to save tho latter from the gal
lows by nppllug to tho Federal
Courts for relief on tho ground that
Dabnor wns not given a fair trial.
Slcmscn told the warden yesterday
of his unsuccessful attempt 'to escape
"1 wns going to get out nil right.
I was willing to tako n chnnco."
Immediately nn examination ot
Slemscn's old cell was Instituted nml
under u bench In tho corner. In a
cleft In the wall, was founil a long
spike, sharpened to a point. With
this spike Slcmscn hnd loosened
some of the brlrks of his cell. Had
he been able to get fiom his own cell
ho would have come Into another
from which he might possibly hnvo
esenped to tho sard.
William Dahncr, who called on his
brother yesterday, announced that It
was his Intention to start tho ma
chinery of the Federal Courts In mo
tion In his brother's behalf todny.
Dabnor said ho was looking for coun
sel to carry out his plans. Attorney
hall of Pctaluma, who appeared for
Dahncr, he declared would not act
mid ho was therefore RolnR to sccuro
tho services of some other lawyer to
mnko tho last stand.
Louis Dabncr. In tho faro of
death, Is cool nnd self-possessed. Ho
talks of his execution calmly, and
says as death must come sometime,
It might as well ionic now. Yester
day ho fashioned tho flguic of n man
from paper, tied a string about tho
neck ami dangled the thing on his
finger. He sajs he sorrows only for
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nt 12c; Kggs, 1 l.noo ilou at 30c; com
pressed ham, 3t!,00n lbs. nt 19c; beef
heart, 1000 lbs. at 7c; liver, 3000 1hs.
nt 7c; plgsfect, H.O00 lbs. at 10c;
fchouldcra, 2000 lbs. at 13c; saner
krout. IDQA.lbs. at 7c; fresh bread,
Henry Hay & Co. Cabbages, 3200
lbs. at 2CIV
T. 11. Davles &Co. Potatoes. 398,
000 lbs. at l?ic; onions, 30,500 lbs. at
C. Q. Yoo Hop d Co. Fresh vege
tables, 37,fjQ0 lbs. at 19Jc.
Sam Ilop'Kce Fiesh fruits, assort-
in. iu.iivu jus. ior uii.
llaekfeld & Co. Hotter, S.i00 lint
at z4e: nutter', 9800 Ills, at 20&;e:
Low In & Co. Cheese, 2000 lbs. at
(liand Intnl. $00,000.
ELECTROCUTED IN BATH.
Manila, July 27. Lieutenant Os
walt of the Twenty-ninth Infantry
met death hero todny accidentally by
electrocution. Tho officer was pre-
pnilng to tnko a bath and had entered
the InlhtUb when ho endeavored to
nrrnngo the lighting current to tako
nn electric bath. In some way ho
camo Into contact with tho wires, ro-
ceivlns the full charge, which proved
Instantly fatal. Ho was n native ot
Al ill nun aped twcniy-nlne, and a
Went Point graduate.
Tiluls of neroplancH soon to tako
place nt Fort Mcyor call attention to
the fact that tho ploneera In this stylo
of craft were Amrrlcins, Among tho
maclilnoB to bn tiled Is ono liuented
by tho Wtisht biotho-B of Daston, t).
Judgo Prouty hns been nominated
for Congress by the Republicans of
mo i tu Iowa district to succeed Con-
if you are thinking of pur
chasing a watch.
We have them in GOLD,
SILVER, and GUN-METAL,
at prices Very Little in Ad
vance of Regular Time
Watches, Also a Large Stock
H. F. Wichman & Co.
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
V AWf il$Mm
K mi i Ikh" i i .Ii Mf lilts'
M. M'Inerny, Ltd., Fort and Merchant Sts.
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and units, Office fittings and
Supplies; alco' New Jersey School
Church Furn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
Estimates given. Imports to order,
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
isn't brain wcrk: it is brain-
drudgery. It is work for cofsi and
levers, not for the precious gray mat
ter that can Be usea ior xnininng.
Step in our office ana see
The Universal Adding
It's the venr latest, cheapest, and
BEST Adding Machine on the mar
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY
831 FORT STREET.
There Is No Place
For the tired brain
worker so benefi
cial as HALEIWA.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
Midsummer Hats at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FOB! STREET
J. M. LEVY & CO.
KING ST. near Bethel. Phone 76.
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
Auto for Hire
MANUEL AEIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 280, 200, 1087.
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Ltd.. is agent for the best emrrftvinc
and lithographing company on
tne racino uoast ana is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also nricei nnd aamnln nt ih&
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
The Spirit of
Clothes have spirit as well as style, 'Every snip
of the scissors is regulated by influences that put life
and character into a garment ormake it dead and
Stein-Bloch Clothes have style and the Spirit of
Today with a quality that has been faithfal to all
wearers of these garments for 63 yean.
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
are a correct following of correct forms, readily recog
nixed by'lthe observant and appreciated by the econom
ical. You will find these suits at
The'lilain'-foe uppcrsuarc'bf flie' very finest Patent leather,
and the lining is of special duck in the vamp and Black Kid in
I the quarter. The Chantilly lias a weitea sole with custom extea
I sion edge, and a Cuban heel.
Bring your old shoes to be mended while you wait.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BLDG., corner of KING and BETHEL.
a Safe that is ABSOLUTELY FIRE- and BURGLAR-.
PROOF, if you need one at all. '
have undergone the severest tests, and have proved to be
thoroughly reliable in every way.
In a recent fire, a HALL SAFE was buried for three;
days in red-hot ashes without damage to-1 its contents.
That's the kind of safes they are."'
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281, P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE
PillowCases, Pillows and
The best quality in town. Just se our window dis
play. A SPECIAL REDUCTION FOR ONE WEEK1
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
i ii, .f i . i
Representing one of
the most chic end dainty Pa
risian styles for women 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 oustom
styles originating in "the
Trench capital. -
& CO., Limiled