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At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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Wallace R. Pnrrlnifton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
Tho ynilit Kiiiiiidinint'lin I Is wln
liliiK I'lioimli Inuieln to prove Itself
i'iithi'l worths Hie name.
1.1'b bci'. Was It tint u Mrs. Atch
prley who was Hie mornliiR paper's
liKht-h.-ind man In tile UKltuttou
Tmkc In tlic liatuls of a llrltlsli
liuviil Instructor anil a French Ilium
rlcr Is foneil to be good regardless of
Its new constitution.
I ili j ial-ij l
Hawaii should place Grace Ilor
ti'iifco Tower on the liouorary list of
Hie l'romotloM Committee. Her rn
tliusl.iKin for Hawaii U of tliu nil
If the llioorlors gambol In the pas
tilles of dieamland while the pioino
teis of Kmoppan luituigratlon are do
ing practical wort; to develop Hawaii,
there is no harm ililie.
Hon. I,. I,. McCandless Is telling
the people of Maul lots of things they
inner heard before. Now Is It pom
Bible for him to do this and not de
viate fiom a single truth?
Honolulu Is grateful that tho fu
ture Governor Gencuil of Australia
lecogulzes the Importance of the l'a
rllle by proceeding to his post along
tho Victoria-Honolulu loute.
Hawaii lowbojB have set such a
llvelj pace for Wyoming that Hoosc-
elt should Immediately become In
terested In what theso Hawaii boys
feed on, that they are able to put his
old-time friends In the shade.
President Gil more and Ills corps of
instructors are walcome. One of
their first tasks will be to convince
the people that Hawaii really pos
sesses n college that will equip young
men and women as well as any of
No one expects the Sour-Hall poli
ticians iu up buiisueu wiiu mo man
ner in wlili It Cathcart conducts tliu
olllce of County Attorno. Ho has
llrowu for bis deputy, and that Is
enough of Itself to give them that un
pleasant taste every moinlng.
Tho appointment of George I Cas
tlo as a Park Commissioner Is a very
happy leiognltlou of one who has
given of time and money to mako tho
park more attractive. As a private
citizen he has worked as hard as hu
is likely to do as u commissioner.
If the information that has reach
ed tho Advertiser Is coriect, the le
sult of tho elections lu November
means more one way or the other for
this Territory than ulncty-nlno per
cent, of tho voteis realize. Adver
tlbcr. Geo Whiz! Isn't It awful, Mabel!
Statisticians record that tho np
pioprlatlons the last session of Con
gress will mako nn lncieaso of 11!!),
11 US salaries at a total cost of J9,14t.,
r.7r..20. Thanks to tliu good woik of
Delegate Kuhlo, a very large share
of this Increuso will find its way to
Hawaii, through fortifications, naval
Ktatlon, mid tho public building.
THE TARIFF .CONFERENCE.
It Is not to lie expected that tho
list Ltinforenca of tho business lead
us to deal with tho tariff will lesult
In n great amount of oratory. Tho
xubject In baud Is not one lu which
nlry perslllngo will do much good.
Tho first assembly will mean much
to theso Islands, however, liecauso It
is tho first tlmo that repicscntatlves
of nil Industries have gut together to
mako n common cause for tho gencial
wclfme of tho Iblnnds. Hitherto
each industry lins conducted Its cam
Facts and llgurcs nro tho principal
necessities of tho situation, nnd wo
lmvo no doubt that nfter thn first
meeting the representatives of each
Industry will set themselves to work
gathering the data which will ton
vim o tho people of tho mainland mid
their representatives In Congress
that tho prosperity of Hawaii is de
pendent uu the tariff to a greater ox-
Per Slv Moulin g ,n,,
I'rr Year. an)herehil'S I.ui
Pel Year atitlicre in Canada .. I. An
Per Year fo.al.t, lulci in 3. on
Entrreil at tlie .'ostoflke at Honolulu
a ticomt clan matter.
AUGUST 24, 1008
; tent than any other ili'veloplng sec
tion of Hie cotintr.
The work this conference has In
hand will win our light for continued
piotectlon, If it thall appear that
Hawaii has to light for existence, as
a result of tnlsii-preseiitatioii by ene
mies i , ,i ilnlaiul, assisted by
tiallo . i Inline.
RZCORD OF WRECKED BANKS
lion tine It Is that evil news trnv
ils with 7-league-boot speed while
good news -gets hardly bound tho
knowledge of those In the Immediate
ilclulty of the happening.
Lets than u ear ago the wires
were hot with the general financial
smash-up of Wall Street and tho
Rival banking failures. It went to
the uttermost parts of the country,
pictured lu all its honor.
How many of thiwo who lend of
tho failure of New York City banks,
large and small, know that, by tho
I 111 st week of this month, each mid
oiery uanh ami trust company mat
failed following the October panic
lias resumed business, nfter having
paid every depositor In full?
This fact has not been considered
of suflklent Importance to "put It on
Iho wire' and send throughout tho
country and the world. Hut It Is
mighty good news and a. splendid
commentary on reformed business
methods. There Is no doubt that tho
panic disclosed tho need for reform.
Wc wish this lccord of recovery
miKm. iiu in. nun opposite mo name oi
every banking Institution ouUldo
IXcvv York that went down under the
Inllucnco of tho panic started In Wall
(Street. Tho trail of disaster left a
(deep scar from the Atlantic to tho
i .iciuu nun. lannoi uc so speedily
Much has been gained, however,
when such a showing can bo mado In
the alleged home of corrupt 11 nance
Luiialilo Street $25.00
King Street $15.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Nuuanu Avenu.e $25.00
Nuuanu Avenue $35.00
Kalakaua Avenue $25.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Quarry Struct $25.00
King Street $27.50
P a w a a Lane $25.00
Young Street $25.00
College Hills $35.00
We also have a number of furnish
ed houses in cood locations for rent
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
FOR ISLAND COMMUNICATION
RATES ARE LOW.
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anil (iirrtiit polltlm. It proves Hint
frenzied litislncufi ini'li lmvo fuiiml It
BiMiil bualiicHH In bp lioncKt nml iiy
iIcioIIoih If poHsllilp. It hIho monnit
Hint ttic Inwa of Now Yuri; Statu In
(Kuril tu it'cchrralilpii miiHt guard
till' Inloionla of the pi-onle fairly well,
clxo tliu fumlH nf IjankH ami tniFt
KinipanivH won hi luiu- disappeared
under tliu nlil cxponslvo system of
"taking enro" of them.
WALL STREET PROSPERITY EOOM.
Cable ndvlces of n record-breaking
business on the New York Stock Kx
chnnge in a large measure fulfill tho
predictions which tho financial writ
eis of the New York papers wcro
making some two weeks ngo.
These obsencrB of tho llnnnclal
n ml commctcial trend n ported n
movement on the part of lllg
lluslness to form n combination for
the ilellnllo purpose of convincing tho
people that tho lulu depression was
not so had ns It was painted, and
prosperity Is lcttirnlng. Tho recog
nized object of this booming Is said
to fie the exercise of a soothing Inllu
ence on n clasi of votcrH who might
go astray under the pressure of no
woil; and little rood.
Tho New Ymk Wmlil sas In till
connection under date of Aug. 9:
"The rapid advance In the general
market, under the guiding hand of a
millionaire pool representing tliu
leading corporate Intel eats, seems to
confirm tho widespread rumor that
there Is a close compact between tho
lolltlcal lenders and Wall Street, by
which every cIToit Is to bo inuiln to
bring about an ImproUMUcnt In pub
lic confidence and, it possible, u bet
ter innditloii of nffulrs In general
luslness, Part of this plan. It Is
said, Is to provide employment for
thousands of Idle men whoso votes
would be an Important factor In tho
coming election. Ill this connection,
tho leport that President McCrea, of
the Pennsylvania, has been threat
ened with the lota of his position be-
caii"e of his refusal to Increase his
pay-ioll In order to help tho polltIc.il
situation Is atti acting widespread at
tention nnd discussion. There has
undoubtedly been a substantial Im
provement In general business dur
ing the summer, but It is n grave
question In tho minds of bankers
whether It Is wise to attempt to
foico this movement beyond Its nat
ural growth. It will take tlmo to
heal tho wounds of last winter's up
heaval, and the scars will remain
long after healthy conditions have
The scheme Is without doubt one
of tho best campaign arguments that
could bo imagined, and we all know
that Wall Street conditions may be
temporarily manipulated Into almost
anything a united millionaire pool
desires. These men go nt their pinna
on tho basis of "After us tho deluge"
and If their operations had the In
tended effect on tho elections they
would not hesitate for fear of tho
possible reaction after tho election,
to long ns they prepared themselves
against tho crash. Tho public could
enjoy tho reaction, while tho pool
leaps tho benefits.
On tho other hand, thoro Is n good
chance of tho gamble! s winning all
along the line, because of an actual
return of good times ns a result of
the large crop returns. The ninlii
ciops of tho country will bo fully ns
largo as last year mid will bo sold at
A very Interesting program was
tendered yesterday morning In tho
Oahu prison yard, where the Inmates
listened to a number of good speak
ers. James C. Knmnkalwl during the
servlco delivered a flno Hawaiian
Epeech to tho men, who asked lilm to
visit them again.
Tho songs weio touchlngly ren
dered and tho Christian workers nnd
tho Inmates nllko were greatly bene
fitted by tho meeting. John Martin
was In chnrgo of the service.
CAMPBELL SAYS NUUANU
(Continued from Pace 1)
tho Fcdornl Government should ho
taken over by tho Territory. It Is n
fact, ho says, that tho Territory spent
$89,000 on preparation for theso
very docks before they wcro complet
id by tho United States.
Superintendent Campbell's report
foes Into details as to tho expendi
tures of his department for tho past
Belts, Gloves, Purses
Next Monday, Aug. 24th
AT 8 O'CLOCK
DO YOU PAY RENT?
If m have this extrava
gant habit you had better
not wait until New Year's
Day to lesolvu to break It.
Hicak tho habit right away
now by purchasing u home,
or a lot, and building a
home. We have lots at
teasonnble prices, at
Is Put In
Political Workeis of tho Ttopubilcaii
party weio considerably stlned up
this morning over the suspension oi
Team I.una Kealoha of tiio Kmutli
District, from the Koad Depattmcnt,
nnd tho appointment In bis pluco of
Willie ltathburn or I lie Fifth District.
Asldo from this mailer of Dlstilct rep-
lescntatlon It is stated that Itathbmn
Is an ncllvo Achi follower, not a Re
publican. It is clatmeif that this Is another
dodgo to help along the Mas orally
cauy) of Chairman Hiistace. and also
to protuoto mo cause or v. t". Ach:
to the detriment of (lie legular paitv
workers who,) havo been faithful
through thick! nnd thin.
Favorable action on the bill provld
ing for tho termination of tho convict
lease system nfter Dec. 31, 1911, was
taken by the house of the Georgia
Legislature In connnltteo of tho whole.
Preparations for building tho long
est pier In the world havo been begun
by tho commls.sloner of docks and fer
ries of New York, tliu pier lo be one
In South lliooklyn COO reet long.
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year, and It is interesting to note in
connection with tho waterworks sys
tems that those of tho outside Itl-
nnds tost tho department tho sum of
$5,000 dining the past fiscal year.
The Capitol building hero has cost
tho Department of Public AVorks tho
sum of $0.720. IS, and $1,D2S.7S has
been spent on tho Judiciary building
during tho past year. Tho Survey
olllces and tho Hoard of Health add
ed to tho lint of oxnenscs by the sum
of $824.17. bthcr Territorial build
ings on Oahu have swelled the mini
Tho Honolulu Hnrbor has cost tho
Territory $17,r,09.0C during the past
rar, and landings nnd wharves on
the Island of Hawaii lmvo cost $1,
4CG.S3. Maul landings and wharves
have cost $4,214.82, and Kauai has a
bill of $3,027 for thu sanio item.
Woik Is now going on at Hawaii that
will eat up tho entile appropriation
The number of building penults is
sued dm lug tho fiscal year amountid
to 117, and tho approximate value of
the buildings erected Is $200,000.
jjJt"For Rent" cards on eale at
Bulletin office. '
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When you ask us for
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nnd upon the solid foundation upon which our reputation
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Fort nnd Merchant Sts.
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
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Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
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numbers: 280, 200, 1097. i
ROOM 7, WAITY BUILDING
Private and Confidential Detective
in an automobile is just the thing.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
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J. M. LEVY & CO.,
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And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
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THEN SEE US.
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The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin give, a complete summary of
the news of the day.
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On Fort and Merchant Streets
Floor Space, 22,561 Square Feet. The Place To Buy
STATIONERY, BOOKS, TOYS,
and SPORTING GOODS
The Wonderful COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE. We
keep in stock MARCONI VELVET TONE RECORDS. Call
in r.nd ask to hear them; also EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
and RECORDS AND 100 OTHER THINGS WHICH GO TO
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WE HAVE SAVED YOU MONEY IN THE PAST.
WE WELL SAVE YOU MONEY IN THE FUTURE.
Oar KING STREET STORE, at the old stand, will carry
the same line.
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BLACK KING CALF PRICE $4.00
Style, Superiority. Perfect Fit, and Serviceability are
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You can't get anywhere near equal value for this
price in any other make of shoes.
Every feature of the shoe gives the foot attractive,
shapely outlines. See it in our windows.
Bring shoes that need repairing with you. ,
REGAL SHOE STORE,
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Phone 426. S-S-SIGNS are
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I THtit tUrk. XrtitttrrJ V. S. Paint (ao V
I Coat Cut UnclenhirU I
Knee Length Drawers I
In Interior Dccorntlnp Is done In
tho lliorKij;li and finished manner In
ul.l h work cf'thU l.lud rhrmhl he
l'ur this purpose mo employ none
lint Lireful, neat painstaking ex
Wl'cro wo are once employed wo
oia ulwnys in domitud.
AND EXTERIOR DECORATOR.
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