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BVBN1MQ DtJIAfcTIN, HONOIjWLO, T. JI., TMUnSOAY, AUa.27, 1908. "1 "f". '' ''"''
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DAILY anS WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Hoaolalu, Tcrritorj' of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED TRESS.
Wallace K. Pnrrlrnton. - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE III ADVANCE.
rer Moiuli, anywhere in I' fv .71;
Ptr Quntler. anywhere itt V S 3.oo
rcr Year, au a1hic hit' S ... h.oo
It Vcar, iosipaid, Mug:), t2.oo
I'er Six Monlhs t, ,nc,
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
( Editor!!! Koom-
fctilrml nt (In PmlofTiir M Honolulu
m ricoihI UaM mitUr.
THURSDAY AUGUST 27. 1908
It wmiiI lie an iinniitiriil mute nf c-iiih of O.iliu -not the "ii'forincrs"
nffalrn If the proiile Willi pri-ilomliiant think of huc-Ii iuoIIkmIh.
iiiimboiH of iKi'.iuluiton In iii Amerl- The siniill lo.ins made fioin ninn
inn Torrluin did not ulso linvo the lorn of t!u foiio Is evldenee of what
lars-.T numbpr of children In tlio pub- mU or dlitrlpliiiu tills ipform Sheriff
lie school. The public school Is. tlio must maintain mar Hip pollen of the
iruclble of American eltlzenshlp. If city a city undergoing Itororm!
tho rhlldreti nip help, wp want them The Supnrvlsors' Committee rpporl
In tho schools. In this connection, It'1 tliows lli.it tho conllilcntlal nionp)
is nl well to note that u tlcslro to rnlscr, Towin.cml, unlit Hip Sheriff ro
linvc n lurRor representation of chll- marked that lip IiiIpiiiIci! to get mil nt
(lion whoso patents aro pllgihlu to cflUe toon, nnd wnnleil to hiako hay
citizenship, nmy bo Fatlttleil liy so-, wlillp the mm shone, m to spenk. Wo
curing a larger rcprcsontntion of p- me iiulto willing to give tho Sheriff
rliiles uniong the laborors of tlio lsl-itho benullt of the tloubt on thin mat
t'nil. I lor. We linvo not lila ronllilcnca In
-- - his confidential agent.
fAUKEA AND REFORM AGAIN. Tiiwnr.cml and Apana. the trusted
cgentH of tlio Sheriff, hnu hIiico been
Tho reimit of tho nneel.il commit- I'M'clled from tho duties of onice.
DO YOU PAY RENT?
If J on have this extinvn
gant hnhll jon had holler
not wait until New Year's
Day to rrsolve to break It.
llrcnlc tlio habit right away
now by purchasing n home,
or a lot, mid building a
home. Wo hac lots nt
le.-uonahle prices, at
tco from tho Hop id . f ".pcrvlKnri. on
tho trans'iitlauj t-I S'i'.ltf laukpn
Indglng him by tho standards ho
lias set In dealing with these agents.
unit giving him tlio benefit of ptorv
sounds like the man U iialil that, doubt In his own testimony, wo be
"If ho hadn't came lie would have illoo that way down in his heart Iau-
wont " len. If ho be tlio reformer ho Is ropro-
iM-nled, la satisfied that ho should
It finds Hint tho Sheriff is not guil-
jciult; got out; resign.
y o accept ng bribes. Th I. a what. w ,, , ,
tho Grand Jury said, and If the Su- llf lho ..tmmcrfe. ot ,,;,, ,.
pervror. merply wnn.,,1 to lo..rullllB ,1eIr ,,. '
whether they could reach the HinolClllef of ,lco wl ,
conclusion ,u the (iraud Jury, they flon, u ,,, ,,u,.la.,1)(.r ()f ,
nre evidently satisfied. ,ed-llght district.
A. in tho case of the Crand Jury j,n,n,.lnilpriIt ,lonwt , lor ,
the fact that Iheso gentlemen went ()r ., rau Mb,
nt tlio sirbjeet to discover wliothcr!Inllkttl nia- no, ,,,. ,,. .. ..
tho Sheriff had been doing any brib
ery business or not, turned the public J nborlateJ.
in ii iiirciiiou it mm not uitiiei (
l.iken tho Sheriff has not been gen
ernllv credlled wllli nrrptiiltiir lit-Hu.rt
and sorved to accentuate the bung
ling methods, of Incompetence. Til!,
gang of lijpocrltes with which ho Is
JAPANESE HAVE MOST
(Continned from Pa 11
' slioWiuc that Hie mmit,.i- nt lilnl,,, ..r
thoulil convlnco the SheilfT that hoi Japanese In the Terrltor for the past
hhould resign, and the reformers that 'year greatly oscceded tho number for
they aro conducting n frumptlous a" '"Her nationality. Now Supcrln
force that entitles them to contempt i tomlem of I'uhllc Instruction Ilahbltt
although a good shnro of tho people
Limply laugh nt their pretentions.
Tho decision of tlm Supervisors to
have the testimony of the itnestlga
tlon made public has served a good
purpono In malting It possible to
cheek &ii on some of the Sherlff'B in-,
When the Isol tlOO.-nntn matter
was first bnmght to the itttcntlou of
tho public, thp Sheriff stntPd to tho
H ii I I e t 1 a that he did not Know
that tho Isol to whom he beiamo
llniiuclall olillK'iteil was the Iwllel
The sworn tpstlinniij of the man
Towntcnd. to whom the Sheilff en
tiust?d the responsilillliv of i-uhIIIiir
lip the J100. and enclon-lng his nine,
is to the effect Hint he mid Hie Sher
iff at tho tlmo the note uan lnought
in that tho Isol whose, name appealed
on the note was !aol of Iwllel.
It thus, nppcara passlhle that the!
Sheriff had a serious lapse of memory i
when talking to the II u I I e l I n l
Also It will bo ipmcm'iereil that!
tho Sheriff in speaking ot lho mat-'
tor or perhaps it was his morning'
"explnnationers" said that he wenti
to ouo or two leputable people who
;io nuuiiiB in supply mm Willi Ilie
needed funds, and this being n burr
up call, so-to-npeak, ho aciepled miy
port In a Morni. Tho Intention was
olniously to glo lho Impression that j
this employment of n department of-
flcei to chase up latins was a Blnglo
Tho testimony tnkon by the Super
isors contains Inforniatlou that one,
Ap.ina, a Chlueso detective, was alto
M-nt out on a money-hunting tour.
Although ho dlil not go to isol, but
to u regular monoy-lender who nc
lommoilated without Interest, it Is
apparent that lho assignment ot po
lice olllcors to go out In hoarrh ot a
borrow" was not such an extraor
dinary thing us imo might Judgo from
tlio Injured Innoccnco of the Shorlff
at tho outset.
Tho Supervisors linvo gono through
tho tiibo nml linvo decided that tho
"borrow" cueh as tho Sheriff ni.ulo
was not u "touch" In tho bribery
Hut where docs tho exoneration
tomo in when wo doal with this pub-,
lie olllter from tho standpoint of effi
ciency, capacity, common sense -
measure him by tho "reform" stand
nrd of which to much has been said?
It would bo well If Tho Friend's
biiggostlou could bo carried nut, nml
our Stjorlft renominated to determlno
Mhat tho averago thoughtful Amerl-
has prepaied a list for submission to
(iovoinor Trcar showing how the
unmoors run as to i-ehnol children
sepregated in nationalities, and the
above table speaks for Itself
In June 100S the number of Jnpauero
Have you any busi
ness that needs attention while
you arc away from the Tcr
litory? Have you interests that
require more time and ex
perience than you are able
to Rive them I
Have you valuables that
you wish safely deposited
where you tan have access
to them at any time?
Do you need life, fire, or
Do you need surety bonds ?
We are in business to
supply just these wants.
Call and sec us.
Comer Fort and Merchant Streets.
Hrw im .-ygbiH
schoolchllilrent amounted to 651.1,
while tho llnwnllnns were second wllh
ii'75. Tho I'ortugueri' were lliird with
4537 pupils, and tho part-llnwallans
fourth ttllh 358. The ('hlncso and
Americans nre fifth and sixth respec
tively, the former with 2..9 children
In tho schools and lho hitler with Mp.
PAYS. HIS CALL
Captnln 0 Fiiruya of the Japanese
training ship Talsel Maru, called on
(lovernor Frear this morning. Ho was
accompanied by Acting Consul Abe.
Thev thin paid their respects to Cap
tain Itecs, commandant of tho Naval
Station, Collector of Customs K. R
Stackablo and Immigration Inspector
II. C. Ilroun.
Owing to I lie absence or Inspector
Drown, Inspector Hnlscy iccclwd tho
guests In behalf of tho Department.
According to the present under-
bt.'UHllir,' thw Tnlscl Maru will remain
hero ii month. Yesterday a cable was
forwarded to Japan Informing tho
president of tho College that tho Maui
had arrived here safely, Captnln Fu-
ruya will wait for further Instructions
before he prorpeds.
Tho local Japanese aro planning lu
entertain their fellow countrymen dur
ing their May In this pint.
Tho pickpocket has struck ttmn.
That is tho Mew of It taken by n
mon who wns on tho outside or tho
crowd at tho big wedding held In St.
Andrew's Cathedral last evening. This
Kentlennn was In tho raldst of tho
crowd. When ho got out on the sldo
wall; ho found Hint his coat pocket
had been silt. There was nothing In
It but an old pipe and a tobacco pourh,
but It was apparent that thu pocket
had been cut by someone who thought
Its bulging appearance lmllcul','1
weath. Tho man believes a pickpock
et did tlio job.
(Continued from Pice l
mltlce leportcd that no action should
be taken for tho Incoming Fleet, but
$1,000 vtould be needed for its en
tertainment on Its return. Including
lho Pearl Harbor trip.
Atkinson said tho Sports Commit
tee would need $".500.
Chairman Smith announced Hint
the total of these estimates exceeded
tho funds on hand by about $500.
Waldio'ii did not lliljil; much mon
ey should bo expended on sports. The
athletic asboclatlons should lake
thin up without charge. Tho trip to
Pearl Haihor and the ilpcorations
were necessary, mid the former
would glo a guod return.
AtklliMin said that tho athletic
clubs could not bo expected to put
up tho boxing. It cost $1110 to $5110
u night for boxing.
Jones said ho thought this was ox
tcsslvo for tho class of boxing given
Wnldron said that Captain Itecs
had told him that tho onirers or tho
Fleet did not care much for enter
tainment timing lis first stay,
111 answer to questions by tho
TUESDAY, SEPT. 1ST,
AT 8 O'CLOCK
Chair, Wahlron said thp Pearl Har
bor excursion expenses could bo cut
to $750, and Jones snld his cxpenucs
(ould be cut to an even $650.
Wnldron said that ho looked upon
the money spent for sports as mo'ncy
t-iliinudcrcil. Jones also thought tho
coxing too expensive.
Atkinson answered Hint if they
had seen tho success of the Atlantic
Fleet exhibitions they would bcllor
appreciate the sltfatlon.
Jones answered Hint he had seen
the boxlm: there and had not consid
ered it w tilth mi'ch.
Smith asked If tho sports could
not bo nulled off for SI.RII0. nn In
this case there would bo $500 left for
leeway. Tho Mxecutlvo Committee
would need $100. Something would
be needed for lontliigpiil expenses.
Wnldron moved that no expendl
lines ho nindo by any sub-committeo
lijfore tho ictiirn ot the Fleet, with
Hip exception or tho Decoration Com
mittee. Tho Itccpiitlon Coninilllm
might go out mi exclusion steaulers,
as wns done last time. Wood second
Atkinson did not think It mlvlsnlitn
In tie tho committees down nt present.
Wnldron moved to pass mi niinro-
I'llatlon of $1150 for lho Decoration
Atkinson moved to glvo $750 fur
tho Pearl Harbor trip. Passed.
Wood moved to clvo the Kxccutlve:
Committee $160. Passed.
Jones moved to glvo tho Sdoi-ls
Committee $1,500. Passed; Atkinson
wiling ngnlnst It on the grounds thqt
It was not enough.
This loft $550 lu thp treason-.
Wnldron reported that tho Kxrur
slon Committee had decided to hae
Van Viilkcnberg take his place dur
ing his absence.
Those prci,ent were Chairman (leo.
W. Smith. Secretary II. p. Wood, Col.
J. W. Jones, Fred. U Wnldron, mid
A. 1,. (J. Atkinson.
lamoto, a Japanese, lhla afternoon
had his oyo badly Injured wlillo en
gaged with other Japaiicso in felling u
tree on tho comer of King street uml
Knlakaua avenue. Ho wns taken lo
tho Queen's Hospital in Dr. Wood's
William Knnnnnnn, who with Sara
.Mann, wero iimti,t n ftm- um.ira ......
. .. .,vv(,n i!h.
on n charge of violating tho Kdniunds
Act, hns decided to marry tho lady ol
his choice, she has rceurod n dlvotco
irom ner roinier husband mid lho two
will bo married today.
CHANGES MADE IN
Viscount Teranchl has resigned lho
portfolio of i;orclgu Affairs and Count
niMUHi.i itppomtcii in nis place.
Tho abovo cahlcgrnm wns received
Ihls morning by Acting Consul Abo
from lho Japanese Department of For
eign Affairs. It shows that Teranchl.
who was temporarily acting as Min
ister of Foreign Affairs since the for
mation of n new cabinet by Premier
Katsurn, tcidgneil lho office In order
to devote his entire tlmo to tho affairs
of tho Department of War, or which
he Is the Minister.
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