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J JAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
FIFTY YEARS OF BUSINESS.
The man who ran obtain a delnllel
history of the banking liouse or Ilish
op & Co. tliiough the llfl cnr of Its
successful piugrcss will liae an Inti
mate knowledge of I tit- development
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Although the missionaries came In
1820 nnd prepared tin- way for tho
moral enlightenment of the people of
tho Island, the material giowth of
this city and the Islands generally
may properly he said to date from the
Inauguration Of the Hint pciiuancnt
Whether the t-iodlt la to be given
the missionaries fur exerting a benell
coiit Influence on the business men of
tlio Islands, or to the business men
nnd financiers for their nutural-uorn
common scnee and Integrity. Is n mat
ter that need not be discussed. The
fact of hlstorv Is that the business,
conuucielal and Industrial standards
.pf these Islands huvo been on a high
average plane. Our wild-cat schemes
have been reduced to a minimum, and
speedily wpielched. The development
lias been In keeping with the general
woild progress about us, and in liuuv
Instances have nnticlpatcd the evpec-
tations of the people In the world
ceuteis, whose leaders wete no doubt
too busy to appreciate what was go
ing on In these "far-off" Islands.
Having had none of the financial
upheavals which periodically clean up
the older communities, our citizens
ru not in a position to thoroughly
jppreclntc the great value to them of
conservative banking standards estab
lished at an early day and maintained
consistently through fifty years. This
Is the record of the house of Bishop &
Co., ami the people may thank the
founder and tho present owner of tho
bank for their commanding Influence
through the eras of adversity and
,1 prosperity, revolution, and final gov
It Is remarkable Indeed that a sec
tion of the world that has passed
through so many exciting Incidents
end such domestic nnd Internation
al crises should have Its history so
free from financial difficulties result
ing In failure
The financial history of Hawaii to
day Is one ns nearly exemplary as can
bo 'found In nny part of tho world.
This Is not all luck or good fortune.
kit Is the result of having men of char
acter and Integrity In charge of tho
leading financial Institutions, of
which the house of Ilishop & Co. Is
the oldest and the largest.
Mr. Damon and Mr. Ilishop and nil
those who have been associated with
them In their business are deserving
not only tho congratulations of tho
pcoplo but their deep gratitude for
tho worthy enterprises they have aid
ed and the methods which have mado
Hawaii's banking system n synonym
for sound finance and safe Invest
ment. TERRIBLE RECORD OF CANCIR.
Tho world-wide Increase of cancer
(ind the Inability of tho medical pro
fession to determine Its cause or to
materially check Its growth, arc not
matters of common knowledge.
Perhaps three-fourths of the peoplo
of this country assume that this ills
keaso Is unusual, and would piobably
fbo astonished to learn that twice as
"ninny pcoplo die fiom cancer ns from
"typhoid fever. Tho fact that locall-
' ties nro subject to epidemics from
this form of enteric fever, and tho
, "wldo advertising that follows, makes
,;lt a well-known disease; while, on
j.." tho other hand, cancer does Its deadly
vwork so quietly that It escapes gencr-
s " . v .
M The growth or cancer nil over tho
globe Is puzzling to tho medical pro-
, fesslon. From Australasia to Wor-
way, from tho United States across to
tho southeast of Europe, wherever tho
records have been kept, this Ilesh
consumlng disease is making head
way. Climate, color, and habits beein
' to hnvo nothing to do with Increasing
or stopping It, Why tho growth of
' tho dlseaso nmong peoplo who havo
learned tho unquestioned benefits of
hygiene Is something jet to bo ascot-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Entered at the Pent office nt Honolulu
as xrcoml cUm matter.
AUGUST 15, 1908
tallied. Ilvldeutly sanitation Is not n
Tho mortality legislation area of
the United States compilscs fifteen
States, which lire so distributed as to
represent every section. The annual
average death into pei 100,000 from
cancer vi- i,s 3 foi the e.ua from
1901 to I "Mir, Dining the same po
llod ivpm.ld lever can led of 32 2.
In 1D02 In ili nica mentioned the
cancel inoiticlltv lute was Co; In
130C It was "U.S. California led all
tho States In tho last named year
with 92, Massachusetts coming next
with 90.3, an Inciease of 13 slnle
1902. Of tho cities within the regis
tration area San I'lanclseo easily
takes the lead as Hie worst in respect
to this disease, and tho difference be
tween It nnd Boston, which holds sec
ond place, Is so great that the high
moitallly of the Pacific Coast town
Ik perhaps due In a gteat measure to
tho Asiatic population. The figures
of that city ate 12G as against 1U5
Of the States, South Dakota Is best
off, with u rate of Sii.l, while among
the cities, St. Joseph, Mo., Is least
subject to the ravages of the disease.
Its rate Is ll.fi.
Cancer leaps Its i Idlest harvest In
Svvltzei Innd, whcio out of every 100,
000 peoplo 130.3 died In 1901, the
last jcar that llguics aio available.
In the same ear In tho United King
dom tho rate was 85.7, In Germany
SO, Italy CO, Norway 7C, Netherlands
97, Japan G3, Australian Common
wealth C1.9, nnd Chilo fs.C.
I'rank (Iran Is retlied from cltcula
lion, his acquaintances will not bo
torry to learn. With knees shaking
as he stood before the bar of Justice,
and the ribbons of the D Th. sticking
out all around him, this post of tho
public, who has begged fiom almost
ever.vonc on the sheets at one time
and anffihcr, was passed out six
months In which to straighten out.
We also have a number of furnish
ed houses in good locations for rent
Corner Fort and Merchant Streeti.
With Island Representatives
AJC,V'3!fc.'' ' UHrrtD-.-..i-
7 xaflCT f"-"".-.-oi" jt
Sjwni Ijwid LoM
Mori In I.nno ... ,2
I'ort SI 2
School St '1
(liuulall Lnno ...3
Young St 3
l'cnsncola St. . . .3
Gnndall Ume ..".3
Middle St 3
YnutiB St 2
Lhninn St 3
Alexander St. ...3
Alexander St. . ..2
Milken St 2
W'c have several furnished
houses In different parts of
the ll Walklkl, Collcgo
Hills, Young St., unit Kun
klnist. :: :: :: ::
?(. font U.tvnolUv
FAIR PLAY FOR ALL
ASKS THIS REPUBLICAN
Editor n veiling II till ut In:
rhe same old time Is again being
plavcd for nil It Is vvoith as election
time draws near, "Tho Kanakas aio
going lo draw tho color line," Just be
cause a few xnichcads amongst us
have been advocating Ibis stop, thcic
foio the whole race must be tarred
with the same brush ami thieatened
lo lie dlsfinnehlkccl by Cimgiess.
Tho Kanakas who Joined the Itepilb
Mean and Democratic pintles can point
with pilde to their lccoid In the past
that they havo been party workers
and voted tho straight ticket. Can
tho haoles suy tho sumo? I believe
Take tho Hepubllcnn ticket and
(omp.uo the votes received by a hnolo
and a kanaka. It will piovo that the
kanaka ltepiibllc.iii votois stood bj
the party ticket.
Wo do not bcllevo In drawing the
color line, but let mo tell ou that we
nro apt pupils and follow tho haoles'
teachings because it Is said that they
are "siuvlvnl of the fittest," mid then
why blame us If we follow their ex
ample. I Ait us hnvo fair play fair to tho
haole, and fair to the kanaka.
Honolulu, Aug. IS, .'OS.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Aug. 14, 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Taknwo to Yamnshltn Tomltaro. . 113
Henry W Doane and wf to John
Bishop & Co to Kong Chow Socy.AI,
Antonio I'erry to Antonio (J Mar-
Antonio S do Costa to Lnupahoe-
boe Sugar Co Ii
Entered for Record Aur 15, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
lllchnrd II Trent tr to I'rank 13
Otto Mover & llros to W J Good
hue ct al I'
Thcie is still no rain in tho Kula
district of Maul. Deputy Collector of
Internal Revenue, Hnlph Johnstone,
who letuined fiom nu Inspection of
tho Kutipakuluu Wlno nnd Liquor
Company this morning, brought back
the nowB that, although water foil
plentifully within two or three mile's
of the dlstilct that Is siiffeilng, Kula
Is still In disticss.
Jolinstano stated that he saw As
sistant Superintendent of Public
Works Kluegel on Maul, but he did
not know If any lellef hud yet been
figured out for tho peoplo thero. The
piteous appeal that camo clown herb
fiom them to tho Governor Is still
fresh In tho memory of those In
churgo of such woik, unci Kluegel wns
sent up thero to afford thorn nil tho
help posslblo anil to figure out a solu
tion of tho problem, If such n thing Is
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
AUGUST 17th, at 8 O'CLOCK,
SUITS AND DRESSES.
SEE OUR DISPLAY WINDOWS
Rev. Collector Johnstone
Deputy Collector of Internal ltcvo-
Hue Hnlph Johnstone lotiirned this
morning fiom Maul, where ho has
been Inspecting tho plant of the Kail
paknlau Wlno and Liquor Company.
This company has nt tho present
time about 9000 gallons of wlno on
hand, of which amount 3000 gallons
are foitifled. A strange fact has come
up In connection wllh tho visit of Dep
uty Johnstone to this plant. lie has
not jot been nblc to deteimlnp what
to call tho wlno that he Inspected. It
Is nil Sweet vvlhe, but Us coloi. ns
compared with iccognUed wines, be
lies Its taste, nnd Johnstone, who Is nu
expert upon matters of this kind. Is
lip against n bard cpicstlou I'm the
pieselit, he Is letting It go nt "sweet
The cultivation of ginpes ns an In
dustry for tho small fanners of Mnul
has proven a great success during tin
past J ear, states Johnstone. The wa"
the ginpo.s turned out was a i evolu
tion to those Interested and who had
made a study of tho possibilities of
the Industry hero. Tor the ciop greatly
exceeded nil expectations. Next vonr
will study seo a gloat leap In ih" In
dustry In the Island of .Maul'
Central Union Church lllble school
nt 9:-i!i u. in Morning worship at 11
o'clock, the nsslstant minister will
preach, BUbJnct "Clod's Method of lie
wnrd." Stanley Livingston, conduct
or, win lend inc congregation in me
singing. ChilHlinu Kndeavor hoc-lety.
C.30 p. m ; It will bo u leuipoiance
meeting. Kveulug woishlp at 7:30
o'clock; sol moil by Itov. Ileniy 1'
Jiidd, subject "The l.uw of Spiiltiml
Hi at Methodist HpUcopal chinch -David
W. Ciano, pastor Morning,
woishlp nt 11 o'clock; sermon by tho
pastor, "The Sabbath Day." Kpvvmth
League, 0.30 p. in. Lvenlng service,
7:30; seimciu by tho pastor, 'What
Can Wo Do Without Clod?" l'rof.
Low-Is will preside at tho oignu and
lead the chorus choir. Those having
no other church obligations mo earn
estly Invited to meet and worship with
Chilstlan Church A. C. McKeover,
pastor. 9:45, lllblo school; 0:30, Y. I'.
S. C. K. 11 n. in., sermon, subject "Tho
Unjust Steward." 7:30 p m., fcormon,
"Our High Priest " All nro welcome.
Thero will bo no service at tho Ger
man Lutheran church tomonovv.
Ladles should seo the handsome
now foulards, plain and figured, nt
lllom's this week nt Bpcclnl bnigaln
prices. I-'Ino Toichon nnd Valen
ciennes laces all at lowest prices.
MADE TO ORDER.
Steel Die and
Copper Plate Work
Society Stationery, Emboss
ing, Wedding, Reception, and
Visiting Cards of the Latest
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey School
Church Furn. Co.'s International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Imports to order,
Tlios. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Tells Youths To Be
Accurate Above All
Siipeilntendcnt of Public WorkK
Maiston Campbell turned lecturer,
teacher, and confidential advisor nil
nt once this morning when ho started
four bojs and their teacher oft on u
survey. The boys nro prospective stu-
ilento in tho new College of Agrlcul
turn and Mechnnle Alts, nnd they are
going to spend their summer vacation
In making u contour survey of tho
site for tho buildings in Manoa.
"Remember, above nil things, bo
iiccui ate,'" said Mr. Campbell to tho
boys this morning, whose names, by
tho way, nro C, 0. Amonn, T. A. Coop
er, H. K. HIchnrilBiin, nnd S. L. Whlto,
Mr. Itelcks, un engineer In tho Pub
lic Works Dcpnttmcnt Is their In
structor. Mr, Campbell told them an Incident
that happened to him ns an Illustra
tion of tho vnliio of accuracy; how It
caved great labor unci vast Bums of
money in thousands of Instances. Ho
also gnva them pointers on tho best
manner of setting up their tripod
and adjusting their Instrument.
Tho boys listened earnestly to the
good ndvlco given them by tho expert
engineer, nnd they doubtless will ro
member for ninny n day that excel
lent admonition, "Hoys, be uccurnU
In our work'."
NO POLICE BADGES :
FOR THESE SLEUTHS
Slterl Iauker. Iiaa Just refused f,ollco
commissions to tho Hawaiian filelec
tlvo Agency, wllh nfllcea In the Wnlty
building. It Bcems that tho concern
Is opeintcd by Albert Moico, nnd It
was ho who mado uppllcatloit fAr
commission. Tho Sheilff iold' Mnieo
he would think It over. On looking up
the lnttor's lecord, ho found (lint ho
had comu Into this pint as li slow
away, nnd concluded that It was bet
ter to say nay, nay to tho piopi3ltlon,
MOM A IHOTOCKAMI
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WE ARE AGENTS FOR STEIN-BL0CH CLOTHES IN THIS TERRITORY.
M. M'Inerny, Ltd., Fort and Merchant Sts.
relieved instantly by the use of MILK OF CUCUMBER,
with ELDER FLOWER WATER. No unpleasant effects
following a day at the beach when this preparation is on
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Hotel and Fort Sts.
Honolulu Construction and Oraying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281? P. 0. BOX 154.
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We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
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A Popular Insurance Man:'
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I. BARTON YOUREX.
1 1 "It Is only fair to give prnlsc where It Is due. Some time aao I con- X
. traded a cold, wlilclt being repeated caused catarrh In my head. I had
1 ! seen Pcnina advertised frequently, and upon Inquiry was advised by n ?
friend to try It. The help It &ic proved Its merit beyond n doubt, very i
i beneficial lndccd."-Mll. I. UAHTON VOWiA". J
'T limy seem n small matter to sumo
pcoplo to euro a cold. Hut experi
enced physicians not only realize, the
importance of neglecting a cold, but the
dllllculty that sometimes attends upon
tho curing alone.
Colds nro tho cnuso or more ncitto dis
eases than all dlsca.-e gcrmi combined.
More peoplo lewo their llvci as tho
direct result of catching cold than from
all other causes put together.
The following wholesale drug-
gists will supply tho retail trade
Y VIRTUE OF THE SKILL AND
BL0CH ORGANIZATION, thj difficulties and impediments that
confront the onc-mm shop ate overcome, with the result that you
get the suit of clothes most perfectly adapted to your paiticular
You visit the best clothier's and insist upon having clothes bearing
the STEIN-BL0CH label. You see the suit or overcoat finished before
ou buy it. You know what it will holt like ON YOU by walking to the
mirror, you can sec an exact reflection of yourself and YOUR style pecu
liarities and the suit and ITS style peculiarities together.
llcuee, tholmportancoof curing a cold.
l'crunn'lins been tried under all clr-cumstancc-i,
all tlmcsof yeiir.nnd by nil
clasfc-s of pcoplo lu tlio civilized world,
nnd found to bo a rcltablo remedy for
Tlicro is no tlmo of year when such a
remedy should not bohopt conveniently
nt hand, but It Is especially necessary
during tho winter months Hint l'erunci
bo kept In tho house, convenient to
uicct tho first symptoms of colds.
"ENSON', SMITH &. CO., j- n'AWA1I
EXPERIENCE of the STEIN-
isn't brain work; it is brain
drudgery. It is work for cogs and
levers, not for the precious gray mat
ter that can be used for thinking.
Step in our office and see
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It's the very latest, cheapest, and
BEST Adding Machine on the mar
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY
931 FORT STREET.
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new place and
havo "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU,