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UVUNINQ ItUI-l-U I IN
rer Moiitli, aiiywlirreln U S. .6 7A
Per UQa'trr, anywli.r. In U S. 2.oo
Trr car,anvlierr InUS ... H.oo
Tcr car, ixntpaitl. foreign, I3.io
CIRCULATION LARGEST Or ANY
in the Territory
np 1 ( Editorial Rooms,
Tlio country Is MM cafe, whllo
Tommy Dunn remains nt tlio Nuval
Now that wo huvo n new Promo
tion Committee wo shall expect n
bumper crop of new tourists.
It Is Rood news from London when
Hawaii's i!eeloiiment attracts lnvcv
tors to the extent of $800,000..
Why not Fred, Wnldron for Mnvor7
To which the Democrats respond,
"We uln't goln' to hao no Major."
Tho New York Times spcnU In the
highest tci 1119 of the Bulletin
l'leet edition. This suggests to tin
toured humanity tl'.rt the edition ap
pealed to the metropolitan idea ot
what Is good.
Tliu attacks on A.
clearly the result
M. Ill own are
of guilty con-
sciences on the p.ut of his opponents.
They credit Drown with plnvlng tho
same sort of a game they would put,.,, ..... ,, ,,, ,,..,. ,.. !, ri.
up under similar circumstances.
Hawaii will average four-cent su
gar for the season and be happy. The
drop will show the senslblu people,
that the high degree of prosperity en
Jo ed this ear Is not the rule to fur
nish the basis for tat Iff reductions.
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'"T . ,T " ...
m j iu iuu i.iviiiu 1 iccv v,uunuiuco
should meet with hearty approval.
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until It has received their nppronl.
Hawaii Is getting at tlio tariff Ismio
from the right starting point thto.'1""1 tllc "r"Jcct
jcar. tho prebcntatiou or our nccus
conies from the people and not from
, , . . ,. , , . lBny uninkeunei
any exclusho lnteres It Is by tar- L
Iff piotectlon that all prosperity In' ,,,, ., ,,,.
Honolulu Is by no means lacking
In good timber for Maor and all oth
er public offlces. Tho great troublo
is to trcnto n willingness to become.
the sonant of tho people. Mnny of.
them view tho prospect us nu offering
to become the foothill ot tho people.
Tlio decision of the l'.ila I'ortu
gucso Club, that 'It would bo nice. If.
II. I'. Ilaldwlu will present them
with a hall, Is a reminder that Mr.
llaldwln lMunlly comes through with
the wherewithal to support all com
Hawaii's financial periods are di
vided Into two sections, rirst a kea
ton ot hard times when even one Is
guessing on who has money. Second,
u year of good times when the gues
sing contest cenleis on vvhnt the men
who have It nro doing with It.
-usw-imm j ll
If the Democrats will innko Martin
tho tulloi Ch ilrinan of their Territo
rial convention and Johnny Martin
tho painter chairman of tho County
convention they will show an nppie
elation of popular feeling that cannot
fall to have its effect at tho polls.
Whrtti dm l.D li. rrl tn nctt tlm tn.
veator turns to real estate, than
which few cities In the world than
Honolulu offer better opportunities
for profitable Investment. Pearl Har
bor alono makes our values perma
nent if no other favoiable piospect
. Former Congiessman Llttlefleld
has given out an Interview In which
he snvs the Democrats would have a
remarkably good prospect of success
with any other leader than Mr. llry
nn. Mr. Llttlefleld Is keeping up his
reputation for telling tho truth nnd
shaming tho Devi).
Secretary Garfield has been credit
ed with the conviction that sooner or
later tho opponents of European Im
migration movement would see tho
oiror of their way. Having seen It,
the only pioblcm Is whether they
havo wit enough to contest) It and
chnngo their tactics.
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Even San Diego is not certain that
Hawaii Is annexed. Tho Social edi
tor announces that Mrs. McClcllan
is "tho wife of tho secretary of the
WtJIlKl-V uui.i.m IN
Tcr Sli Moulin , a .80
frr tr,an)herelnUS I.on
Pet V,ear, Aityutirre In Canada... I.no
Per Year tosipalil, tortljn 3.u
Entered at the rnlolT.rt nt Honolulu
ftt-voiK. rlii ntitlcr
AUGUST 21, 1008
Hawaiian Minister nt Washington."
Now wouldn't Hint make ou believe
that tlio fog of mainland Ignoramo
U almost too hcav) to dispel?
Tor the first time In over n J ear
there seclns to be some justification
for 11 hopeful view of the Kenernl bus-
,lesi, situation. New York World
rinnnclal Hovlcw Aug. 2.
This Is from one of the most con
Mirvatlve sources, mi we may assume
that the revival has actually begun.
Iteturnlng tinvelcrs from the mnln
laml bring the astounding lnforma-
ttnn tlint llrltiti hnn n ivhnut if n
hmv ,, ,, bcUer of b ,
rlcitcd. It may bo that the coming
election Is to record n lctory for the
Chautuuqua-Iecture system, by which
.Mr llrynn has kept himself and his
ideas before the public.
Those Democratic precinct meet
ings were to peaceful and harmonious,
u u Ht mee t tn't Ul0 Dc:
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rived from fighting Republicans.
Therofoio, Republicans. If you want
the Democrats to win, make n busi
ness of calling Republican workers
u gang of jellow dogs.
Go ahead with all the schemes do
sired, but see to It that the Immlgrn
t I rill tnnt nrilott t tf T(A(ma Imnila
l"u" imJ.v..ii.Hi, 4x1 utmit l(UIU4
Bliall bo Given a thorough test and
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Iccomo a permanent fixture. It will
solve the Americanization problem of
Hawaii nn.l no resident within tho
Territory can suffer harm, it Is nil
to the good, and It Is n mighty poor
lAmctlcnn who seeks to condemn or
Scientists at tho Hellenic Hospital
say Diiinkonncsj Is 11 disease. John
s "If n man wants a
drink let him hao It If ho knows
l.ow to handle It I have net or met
We also have a number of furnish
ed houses in good locations for rent
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
FOR ISLAND COMMUNICATION
RATES ARE LOW.
W V x-
Are You Waiting
to own n nice homo; nonrly
an ncie of Inn J, fruit tii'OH,
now nearly B vonrs old, grow
Ins You II tlml lliui'B, navel
oranges, tangerines, alligator
I10.U8, choice mangoes, Tlio
house Is tnoikrn, there's n
good barn,' fences nnJ Its only
two blocks from llic car lino.
$3000 Will Buy this home
tho man Jet who did " So John nnd
tho scientists me not on such diverg
ing tracks although John sajs noth
ing about neuro-psychtatrtc alcoholic
patlenU. Ho merely qunllflles his
comment with "Prohibition Is an ela-
phantlnc farce that would not be tol
erated In lloston."
FIGHT IS RENEWED
(Continued from Pace 1)
interest of tho impartial nnd effective
administration of our laws, such ac
tion on tho part of the (ovemment Is
Imperatively demanded by tho clmim
stances of tho case and tho possible
consequence If this opinion should
stand as an authority without question
by the Government.
"To this end an application for a re
argument of tho case nnd n motion
for 11 modification of tho opinion will
bo submitted to tho Circuit Court on
behalf of tho United States at tho
earliest possible moment. Other an-
proprlnto steps will bo taken after
wards, their character to bo deter
mined by the court's action nn this ai
plication. Tho pending prosecutions
In which tho giving or rec Ivlng of re
bates or offenses of Uko character aro
charged, will bo pressed to trial and
judgment by the government with all
possible energy nnd as piomptly as
may be practicable. Iu tliu view of
tho government's legal advisers tho
reversal of tho judgment In the case
recently derided In no wlso affects tho
mcrltH of that controversy or tho nc
cesslty nnd duty of bringing to punish
ment If possible In this connection
any other cases, any Individual or cor
poration shown to huvo evmlcd or do
lled tho laws."
Kerr's big clean-up calo is ctlll
drawing tho cinwds to Alakca utieet.
f "If there is any question as to -f
- the legality of tho Municipal Act.
f I think that It' should bo subject-
cd to n test enso before tho olec- 4-
tlons have taken placo, thus snv- ir
f Ing tho County n grott amount of
expense anil labor," was the
statement of Governor l'rear this
morning In answer to a question -f
f as to whether or not he wasln
fnvor or the test case which will
f bo mado of the Municipal Act.
(Continned from Pace 1)
thousands of dollars should bo spent
on every warship which enmo along.
Tho Atlantic Fleet was 11 different
matter. He believed that some mon
ey should bo spent for decorations,
but the athletic associations could
look after the sports.
Atkinson disagreed with Waldron.
The money had been subscribed for,
Waldron said that the consent of
tho donors must ho had before tho
money subset lbed for tlio Atlantic
Fleet could bo used for other war
Peck said ho did not think there
was any radical difference. Ho
thought the Pacific Fleet should bo
received with open hospitality. The
Atlantic Fleet Committee had resolv
ed to spend tlio balance of tho fund
for the Pacific Fleet, nnd the public
wiis aware of this, but had raise 1
no objection. However, It would be
Belts. Gloves, Purses
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Later In tho day Superintendent
Campbell and tho staff of tho Public
Works office sent In $10.
This In connection with other sub
scriptions of which tho Hullo tin
lias been informed brings tho tutal up
(o ?b3:i tn. -
Tho concert which tho society poo
plo nro working up and In which Mnd-
111110 Arrnl will appear, is certain to
bring in n goodly mini. Ir thcro '00 a
surplus it will be used In a good
c.uifco. Tho concert will bo hold in
the Opera Houso next week Saturday
Superintendent of Public Woiks
Marston Campbell and tho Manoa Im
provement Club, to which the custody
of the site at Manoa road junction,
which wns recently acquired by tho
Territory for an ongluo houso site and
park, has been 'turned over, have
put tho placo In chaigo of Captain
John Kldwcll, realizing that In view
of his success with tho park at tho
Oahu College entrance mnxc ium em
inently suited for the trust.
n good tiling to get tho ratification ot
tho donors. The Jnpnncso hud 11I
icady written that they were willing,
ntid the rest of the subscribers would
surely feel the samo way.
Waldron suggested getting tho con
sent of tho donors by sending them
posUls asking their permission for
tlio use of tho funds for tho Pacific
Fleet, but It was finally decided that
It would bo safe to assume that the
donors wotild consent, n motion be
ing passed to the effect that the mon
ey bo considered as the proper fund
of the Pacific Fleet Committco.
Peck suggested that It might bo
well for tho Chamber of Commerce to
start it trust. fund for leslduary con
tributions of this kind, ns this might
save mveh talk.
Secretary Wood piesented a letter
written by Captain Rees to Admiral
Swinburne, Id which he asked for a
roster of the 'Officers of tho vessels
which nro to Ivlslt hole. The letter
contained thul follow Ing paiagrapli:
"Itegntdlhg" tho matt'jr, of enter
tainment, 1 ntn Inclined to tho view
that public hospitalities would be
more keenly appreciated during tho
cooler weatluir of October than In
September, when mnny citizens will
boMiuay f nun tlieli homes. Any sug
gestion fiom vou would bo regarded
In rcplj to this Captain Rees ro-
cclved tho following cnblegiam from
Admlial Swinburne: "Referring to
jour fetter of the 10th, suggest Octo.
It was decided to have committees
appointed by tho Chair for attending
to tlio details of entertainment vvoik,
ns follows; Spoits, Decoiatlon, Ti.ins-
pnitatlou, and Social (ladles).
IJarli (ommlttee, according to tho
plan uiloptcl, U to consist of a ihuli
man. appointed by tho chnlimnn of
tho Executive Committee, to thooeo
ills own assistants, not to exceed five
In number, nnd to report back to tho
I.'xecuthe Committco the names cho
It wns moved that tho flnnntlnl
svslcni used by tho Atlantic Fleet
Tho Social Committee, composed of
ladles, Is to servo without an appro
priation, as a number or. enthusiastic,
Indies have already been planning
garden paillc3 nnd tho like, and nre
willing to do tho work nt their own
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Notice is hereby given that tho
Last Will nnd Testament of A. it.
Sllvn, deceased, has been admitted to
probate by the Honorable 4- T' Dj
Holt, First Judge of the Clicult Court
of the First Circuit, nnd Hint Letters
Testamentary vvcro Issued to Juliana
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ty of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii.
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nnd with the proper vouchors. If any
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attornevs, Llghtfoot & Quailes and
Knos Vincent, within six months
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dato of the first publication of this
uutlce), otherwise such claims, if
any, shall be forover barred.
And nil persons Indebted to the
said A. R. Sllvn are hereby notified
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Dated August 20, 1906.
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