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EVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLTTLU, T. II., TUESDAY, AUG. 18, 1908.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Wallace R. Parrlnuton. - Editor
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TUESDAY AUGUST 18,
It Is time to Ret jour mind ninilo only security for fundi that came
up urn! plans completing for tlio la- fiom Ivvllcl It Is easy to believe tills
The outllt that thought they hart
Supervisor Hustace bluffed to a stand
still, barked up the wrong tree.
assertion ot the Sheriff, If he he class
ed as Innocence personified.
We afterwards find him listening
to this same Isol's proposals for brib
ery, even lending Isol on. in tnc
Threats don't work with honest men. niciiufime, It would appear that ho
!-- had become acquainted with lsol.
Col. Spalding remarks on what he Th,K sccmg , ,)0 (nKcn by Ulc .,rc.
expects to do In land matters make forrnc.. us ticflnlto evidence of tho
It appear that tho Colonel has not shcrff imvliiB waked up.
changed his views materially since
he last visited Honolulu.
Often as (someone b.ijs Japan Is
all but bankrupt, another juniis up
front another corner and tells stories
of the gicat expenditures being made
for the Increase of the Japanese
navy. Knowing the Japanese, It Is
easier to believe the latter.
Canned speeches have won out.
When llrjnn made live hundred or so
rpeeches to make records for phono
graphs. Borne began to poko fun ut
htm. Now conies Candidate Taftj
with his day passed In "canning
some of his best speeches for cam
Tho Grand Jury said that Iaukea
by his "Indiscretions" bungled the
whole business. The, happiness of
the "reformers" over the fart that
the Sheriff himself was not Indicted
suggests what sort of u hole they
thought they were in.
The vicious tactics of tho reform
ers, who are trjlng to blurt It out,
only emphasize their own Indiscre
tions und tho fact that tho best thing
their Sheriff can do Is resign.
Are You Waiting
to ovvn a nice home; neatly
an acre of land; fruit (tees,
now neatly C jears old, grow
ing. You'll find limes, navel
oranges, tangerines, alligator
taurs, cholco mangoes. Tho
house Is modern, there's n
good barn, fences and Its only
two blocks from the car line.
$3000 Will Buy this home
Sjwfi Iwd boM
Since the Hawaii Railroad lauding
Is not directly under tho noso of Ho
nolulu, It does not attract much local
attention. 1'roni all appearances,
however, the very Important trans
portation proposition of free landings
fur freight nnd the rights and privi
leges of the little fellow are involved.
K. II. Harrlman said when In San
Krnnclsco: "Wo are still running
our ships on the Pacific. Wo have
not grumbled, and they're still fljlng
the American Flag. We have never
tried to Induce the Government or
Legislators to grant subsidies. Hut
it's a bcrlous situation for American
steamships. There is no doubt oMt."
If this bo nil true, it Is about tlmo tho II
that someone began to grumble nnd
try to induce the Government to
The II. It. Co. has told us bo (we vo
got our lesson pat).
Those mighty men who now nnd then
do deign to give us work
Have said that we must sign our
names, nnd none of us daro
From early birth they've owned the
earth, also the railroad tracks.
If people want to move their freight
they must pack It on their bucks.
As for a road to move their loud,
which these people now demand,
These autocrats make one remark:
"The public, It be damned."
And so they grumble, cuss, and rum
ble, ot road and wharf nnd laud
ing, Hut. after nil, It's like their gall
the wretches have no standing.
And so. to thee, the Powers That He,
we hereby do Invoke,
That you should treat the people's
rights as nothing but a Joke.
IN KOLA DISTRICT
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works C. II. Kluegnl, who left hero
lor Maul somo tlmo ago to find out It
tomo relief could not be accorded tnc
people of tho Kula District in their
water fnmlno, has written to tho Sup
erintendent here, stating that affairs
nro certainly In a bad way there. Soma
llttlo rain had fallen nt Maknwao, but
he was not certain as to whether Kula
had benefited at nil by It. It Is doubt
tut If Kula did get auy water 'f mm
the recent showers there, according
to Deputy Collector of Internal Rev
enue Halph Johnstone, who returned
recently, aa tho rnln which falls at
Mokawuo seldom extends to Kula. Mr.
Kluegal will, according to Instructions
received from Marslon Campbell, re
main thero until he has figured somo
sort of a remedy, If such a thing Is
INQUEST JURY UNABLE
TO USE DIAGRAMS
Tho Jury In tho coroner's inquest In
tho case of I.au Kal l'oy, the Chlneso
toy who died as n result of injuries
received when a hlcvclo on which lie
was riding with his father, collided
Sunday evening with Obcar White's
auto, will bo taken to tho sceno ot thu
tragedy, nt Hlvcr nnd Derctanla
streets at 5:30 this afternoon, ns It Is
thought best to have testimony taken
on tho ground where the accident oc
curred. It was found at tho Inquest
last evening that tho witnesses wcic
not able to talk Intelligently with only
diagrams on which to point out tho
relatlvo positions or tho vehicles lit
tho time of the collision.
UNCERTAINTY A3 TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
If you have found time to read
Candldato Tuft's letter of acceptance,
one point In favor of the Democratic
party will bo found gratification
that tho Democrats at lust officially
recognize the Importance of Increas
ed naval power. All may glvo thanks
that the naval program has at last
The defense of Iaukea which has
dropped to the degrading level ot
thai King deep-laid political plots, Is a
most impiesslve demonstration that
tho "reformers" are adopting the
tactics of criminal campaigners and
corrupt politicians. It is about tlmo
for tho average man of common hon
esty and decency to make himself felt,
DANGEROUS BBYCLE CUSTOM.
X.II. Should these lines appear
somewhat Irregular, they do not dif
fer In this respect from the lines ot
It. It. Co.
Counter-petitions havo been filed
Your own Oddities
tftOM A rMOTOUBAFH
Y VIRTUE OF THE SKILL AND EXPERIENCE of the STEIN-
BLOCH ORGANIZATION, th; difficulties and impediments that
confront the one-man shop are overcome, with the result that you
eet the suit of clothes most perfectly adapted to your particular
You visit the best clothier's and insist upon having clothes bearing
the STEIN-BLOCH label. You see the suit or overcoat finished before
you buy it. You know what it will look like ON YOU by walking to the
mirror, you can see an exact reflection of yourself and YOUR style pecu
liarities and the suit and ITS style peculiarities together.
It is a pleasure to try on the several STEIN-BLOCH styles, for there is little ques
tion about complete, perfect fit- You are absolutely sure to find that rare harmony of fit
and' fashion the thing appropriate to YOUR individual needs unless your case is hopeless
And no man's case is hopeless, unless he is so, far out of the normal that any kind of
a fashionable fit is impossible.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES IN THIS TERRITORY.
M. M'lnerny, Ltd., Fort and Merchant Sts.
(Continued from Vase 1)
Jokes, and persons of that sort.
Have raised a fuss and want n road
to Muhukonii port.
With lensons-trash and manner r
nsh. these worms arc cutting
In fact the matter's gone so far, It's
getting In the papers.
Now, in this fight wc'io sure we're
right; Indeed, we're always that.
The fatal accident on Hlvcr street,
Sunduy last, brings again to notice a
most dangerous custom that frequent'
ly threatens the lives of small chll
In some cities ordinances have
been passed which piohlblt the habit,
mi common in Honolulu, ot allowing
chlldien to rldo on the handle-bars of
bicycles, when tho wheels aro driven
In the streets. The list of children
killed f loin riding In this way should
be "warning enough, but as there are
tegular additions to It, tho education
ot experience seems not to suffice.
A child peiched on the handle-bars
of a moving blcjcle Is In a frightfully
dangerous position. His weight
makes the wheel unwieldy. In event
of the wheel toppling over, the child
on the hnndle-bnrs has little or no
purchaso from which to Jump to Bate
ty. Ho must go down with the
wheel. He is practically helpless. It
lucky In falling, ho escapes serious
Whether our ovvn authorities tako
any action against this custom or
not, it Is to bo hoped that the latest
fatal accident will furnish nn exam
ple that will at least put an end to
micli bicycle riding for u time.
Quarry Strut t
To tho Honorable Marston Campbell,
Superintendent ot Public Works,
Sir: We, the citizens, residents,
and tnxpnyers of the District ot
North Koliala, County ot Hawaii, do
hereby respectfully declare that tho
landing at Muhukona, Hawaii, U now
In better condition for the conveni
ence nnd use of passengers, handling
of frelghtrand uso of steamers and
ships than it has ever been In tho
past. During tho lust year a road bus
been built which loads right down to
the wharf. Kor the condition ot that
toad the Koad Hoard ot the District
ot North Kohnla Is responsible, not
the Hawaii Railroad Company.
The Hawaii Ilallrond Company has
given every facility for tho transpor
tation of freight of the citizens and
icsidents ot Koliala. The rates of
the companyure published and dls
played to the public and aro tho
samo to both large nnd small customer.
Wo believe that the petition ot
June 8, 1908, was signed by a large
number, they not understanding ex
actly the full circumstances ot the
Signed by George C. Watt
and 220 others.
We also have a number of furnish
ed houses in good locations for rent
Hon. Marston Campbell, Superintend
ent of Pub, AYorks, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: We, the citizens, resi
dents and taxpayers of tho District ot
North Koliala, Hawaii, do hereby pro
test against tho tenor ot a petition
fiom tho District of North Koliala,
bearing date of June 8, 1908, re
questing that the binding at Muhu
kona be made a public landing, for
tho reasons submitted below:
There Is a road leading from tho
County road to the landing at Muhu
kona. Samo was opened up by tho
Hawaii It. It. Co. at Its own expense
In January, 1007. Any work neccs-
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
with assets of over $14X100,000, and a
turplui of over $1,300,000, Is now issu
ing a Guaranteed Investment contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earnings
added, on payment of second and sub
tequent deposits. In case of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It will pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO.,
t I Agents.
A raid was made Sunday nigh) by
Inspector Fennoll on tho Cincinnati
Itcstaurnut on Mauuakva street, and
iv waitress arretted on a charge of
belling liquor without a license. Tho
proprietor of the pine; K. Anno, was
Indicted by tho arajjdaftny only the
other day for3ellln,g ilq;ij .-without a
license in jinj rts.-?r
sary on 'sjhujoads u 'matter to ho
looked after by the County of Hawaii,
and not by Hawaii It. It. Co. This
road Is conveniently located and am
ple for all present needs and for the
icqulremcnta of the public for jeais
The condition of the landing, fa
cilities for passengers, and the hand
ling of baggugo and freight nro bet
tor todny than they hnve over been
before and aro ample for all needs,
present and prospective. The ex
pense for these facilities have been
homo entirely by the Hawaii It. H.
Kvory prlvilego of n public landing
has iilwajs been extended tho public
at MnhuUonu landing, inasmuch us
no chaigc Is assessed for pnssengeis
going over the wharf and no charge
Is made for any baggage or freight
passing over tho wharf to audafrom
In the event a shipper or consignee
calls on the Hawaii It. It. Co. for tho
use ot any of Its facilities, samo Is
furnished nnd a nominal charge for
tho service Is made.
We believe the petition of Juno 8,
1908, wns signed by many who nro
seldom. It over, nt Mnhukonn, nnd
who understand nothing ot the cir
cumstances ot tho case.
Signed by 40 people.
Koliala, Hawaii, Aug. 8, 1908.
Impressive Ceremony at Old Home
stead Company of Friends As
sembled Vacation Parties.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
MIGHT BETTER RESIGN.
Sheriff laukca's record as stated by
himself nnd commented upon by the
Grand Jury Is sufficient to wnrrnnt
his voluntary resignation on the
ground of Incompetence.
Iaukea's borrowing record, his own
statement of It, Is ono that shows the
Sheriff to be ot such an Innocent and
guileless character that It is almost
dangerous to have him In the position
ot chief of police.
He said he didn't know tho leading
dive-keeper of Iwllel. Ills' need for
money led him to sign a note brought
hlni by one of his detectives, the note
endorsed by tho detective being the
With Island Representatives
i sr v rr MHI
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AUGUST 17th, at 8 O'CLOCK,
SUITS AND DRESSES.
SEE OUR DISPLAY WINDOWS
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.
(Special to tho 11 u Hot In)
Knlae, Mulokal, Aug. 8, A remind
er of tho social gatherings of former
years was tho crowd that met In tho
Meyer Old Homestead on Sunday,
August 2nd fur tho purpose of wit
nessing tho baptism of three jouus
sons of tho family.
The children baptized were tho two
boys of Otto S. Meyer, Henry Proud-
orgaBt Klhclpuu and Charles Schlclffcr
Apahu; ono son of Albert A. Mcjcr,
Albert Alexander Apahu,
Tho ceremony was conducted by (ho
kov. luca, mo minister iroin jvuiua-
alia, assisted by the Kov. Dodgo, tho
minister from Wniluku who was vis
iting on Molokni.
Thero was quite a large company
present at tho servlco: Mrs. William
Mutch, family and -houseparty stajlng
nt tho old home; Mrs. William Meyer
and houso part)', Including Mrs. Geo.
I.ucss, family and friends; tho tbreo
brothers, who are resident at Kulao;
.iii'BBtB uiiu a., nviuj' i. uiiu iiucib
A. Meyer, with their families; tho
Hitchcock boys and their friend. Al
together, out of tho thlrtj'-clght rep
resentatives ot tho Mojer family now
on Molokni, tvvcnty-nvo were In at
tendance on Sunday.
Tho servlco was hold In the old
homo, Just as It used to be for tho
oldor children, wken tho grandparents
Wo regret to mention that christen
ing services, or somo other thing dis
agreed with Master Albert Alexander
Ap-diii Meyer, Ho kept his parents!
nnd all his aunts hopping ono whole
night and In close attemlanco tho next
day after the doctor's Visit In tho'
small hours. Ho Is, all right again at
this writing and disposed to carry his
The almost uninterruptedly dry
weather on this level has not beauti
fied thu hills, but has been much en-
Joyed by tho big vacation ciowd who
have inado visits to tho mountain can
In, and to tho other mor.3 distant mem
bers of tho family. Ypftordity, tho
Misses Murle and Ada Mutch. Willi
Miss Mona Campbell, ttaitod on horse
back to Kaluaalia, to stay for a few
days. Somo are hunting, others enjoy
i ambling nearer homo. Tho vacation
days fly swiftly by. '
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
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