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in the Territory of Hawaii.
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np I Editoritil Room.s,
Entrrtil III tin; Pmloflirp at Honolulu
a miul i la niMlrr
AUGUST 31, 1908
The limn with n Rlulc klioulil linvei
nt Irani u Ki'diml thmiKlit fur tlio
mail with tin Mill'. I
It U not siiiprlHliiR tlml County
Allium')' C.illiralt iliit'M mil Mm) fu-
Mil" lit tllC tOWil KpHe-IlOUM..
I'mlinbly tliu Homo Hulo mnven
1 1on will ilccl.uu nK.tlnit tliu iiu'opt
iiiicu of nny ciiniialgii I'imtrluiitloiis
Tlio Stock KxrlimiRo resumes liur.
Iiicmi with liberal tlivlileiulH leiMiitcrt,
im usual, anil xtoeK prlu-H rulliiK nl
nllel low, us UHiial.
Secretary- CarlU'ld found much to
f jilease him tlurliiK 111 tour of Iln-
will. Ami Ills iiromnt reference to It
limy be accepted ns nieunliiK thut lie
foil I id uothltiK radically wiong.
IS PLEASED WITH
A ' rw. il il
cHlmin. Ho rjiinicil tunnernits nil
tborltleH, mill cited fiotn tmn rimo
that neemril nlmoit Identical with
tbn one now In dlnitc, n support of
IiIh eonleutloii Hint the pi il 1 11 1 1 ft
t.hotild Im tliu Territory anil not .lohu
l.umieltitli, it private cltl7cii.
With the return uf Sunny Jim
ouTythliiR in Honolulu Klimilil Iiii
iloe because there is another boost
er added to the lint of men who look
on tliu brlKht lile (it Hawaii' life.
bl ii. iii
Another coiuuiunleatlon not actom
panleil by the uaiiiu of the writer linn
been received. It Is harmless, but
will not lie published till the author
of it tiiaKes himself known to
I! ill lo ti ii.
Our I'acillc Fleet left S.m Kiancls
co with hardly a cheer to mark Its
(lepattuie. This hears out miiiio of
the private Information that San
l'ramlsco had a surfeit of Fleet, and
only u hostile iiBBiOKiitlou can stir
Urn II :ne. Kalllll,
Aug. 27, l'JOS.
Jlr. V. It. FivnliiBtoii, IMItor 13 ve
il I u k Bulletin, Honolulu.
Dear Sir; 1 received fioiu the
hands of jour business manager,
tvtcl.c dollais ami lift) cenU (fl-.-r,0i
In cash for the rhlldieu of the
Al.ie School of Smith Koiia, Hawaii,
who aie wluneis In .Mint' 11 u 1 1 ut I n
Agilcultural competition of the Isl
and of Hawaii.
If ever u bunch of children de
servo a pi lc, Able children do. All
the children In this school are Ha
w.illans with the exception of four
p.itt Chinese children. Theic were
seventy-two ihlldrcn attending.
We begun to vwrl as soon us the
liu 1 let I u published asking all
schools to ii mutest In agrlcultuic.
The Alac School had ptnctlcally
uothlng to stmt with, but by perse
vering both in g.iidcn and school
room they made their school one of
Hn, the winners of the 1! u 1 I o 1 1 n
prize. The umtost has made them
mole proficient In Letter-Writing and
Language woik. They made their
school yard a pretty plate. They
learned many lessons In ngrlculturo
and Nature Study. It promoted In
dustry, as each has gardens at home
From the sale of agricultural prod
ucts they got a sewing machine.
The Kclos have given Honolulu a
Hrst-ckiM baseball season. The joung
men play the g.inio well and the se
ries In vthkh they have taken part
has been one of the most Interesting
Honolulu has ever enjoyed. It Is to
be hoped that the International con
tests may become a permanent uvent
on the baseball calendar.
9 x 15 at base
4 x 9 at top
Made of 4-inch Angle Iron.
fcrrcd to Honolulu to teach at the
The money I received fiom tha
Bulletin will go lowaul buying
for the children of Alne school, Head
ers, AtltluuetlcH, (Icographles. Copy
books, and l'elicllri.
In behalf of the children of Alao
School I thank juti for offering the
Agilcultuial l'rlze Competition mid
the Judges for awarding us onc-hulf
of the prlzeoffcred,
THOMAS K. NAUIWA.
Former 1'iln. Ala School, South Komi
(Continued from Pane 13
In tho County of Moloknl as an cxnm
ple of special legislation here. Ho
stated that the County Sheriff of Mo
loknl Is paid, not fiom liny appioprla-
Next jcar they Just know what toitlon for such purpose, but from tho
do In their ngrlcultunl work. It did
them good physically and mentally
I am sorry I shall not be their
teacher next year, as 1 have been
awarded a pilze, too, by being trans-
PROGRESS AT PE&RL HARBOR.
The best news Honolulu has re
eelved In recent days was tho an
. noitncciuent contained In tho It u 1
1 ii 1 1 n dispatches that tho contracts
for tliu (list work to bo done at l'curl
Haibor will he let the first of Decem
This means that tho hastening of
tho construction and channel dredg
ing at tho great Naval haibor of this
Island Is ie.il. It Is "hot to be an
Imaginary paper activity, waiting
many long mouths for an nggrcsslvo
campaign Of development. Honolulu
has Iind tho experience: of appropria
tions made, and long pcilods of "pre
liminaries" winding up with n final
rush to get Inside tho time limit and
escnpo n lapsed appropriation.
Wo weio told at tho outset that
Pearl Hnrbor would bo different. Hu-
,iL wall Is pleased that this Is so.
Ability to let the contracts In De
cember shows that the officers of tho
Honolulu Naval Station In charge of
the picllmlnurtcs nro not losing a mo
ment and nro doing most excellent
What this Pearl Harbor construe- j
Have you any business
that needs attention while
you are away from the Ter-
Have you interests that
require more time and ex
perience than you are able
to give them?
Have you valuables that
you wish safely deposited
where you can have access
to them at any timet
Do you need life, fire, or
Do you need surety bonds?
We are in business to
supply just these wants.
Call and see us,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Hon mid di edging will mean to this
city has been oft repeated, but It Is
worth repetition. Tho Influx of
woikers and tho additional opportu
nities for our present citizen popula
tion should open u very pleasant
piospect for tho city of Honolulu for
tho beginning of tho new year.
Whon tho (Hit begins to Hy nt tho
.Naval dock and In tho channel either
tho railway extension or ho street
car linn expansion should bring tho
Pearl Harbor Nuvnl Station In close fgi TTJSrfkl ..-,-
touch with tho city, making Honn- X HO W 1X"6 J.GSS
lulu tho center of the development,
and giving It tho benefits derived
from being tho easily accessible homo
The business peoplo of the city j
should work with this end In vlow,
nnd wo believe there Is not 'tho
slightest doubt thnt"'they will lmvo
tho moral support of the Federal of
ficers In, charge of tlio work hero nnd
appioprlatlon for tho keeping up of
the Leper Settlement. He also stated
that It was perfectly clear that tho
Act of Congress relating to tho for
mation of corporations applied, or
was intended to apply, to private
corporations only, nnd not to munici
palities or pulilic corporations.
riien Jildgc Kingsbury started off
on a new tack. In the first place. It
was ngieed by tho attorneys to sub
mlt the caso to tho Supremo Court
on briefs and without argument, but
they beemed to hnvo forgotten this In
a very short time. Indeed, Mllvertou
was Interrupted during his argument
by Filings, who asked the Court whe
ther or not the argument should bn
heard. Hut Judge Kingsbury, up-po-arlng
ns amicus cut lac, stood not
upon ceremony. Ho launched Into
tho Intricacies of the caso Immediate
ly, flrbt stating that he wanted tho
pioeecdlngs for n wilt of mandamus
dismissed, and ho gave unusual rea
sons for It.
Ho stated that tho application for
a wilt of mandamus in this case was
like whipping a man beforo any of-
fctiso was committed. The Hoard of-
Supervisors have somo dnyB yet In
which they may issuo their call for
election, and still bo within the ro
und ements of the law, and Kings
bury theioforo could not seo why n
wilt compelling them to show cause
why It had not been Issued should be
uidered. He ulso brought up tho
nolnt that tho Interests of tho Hoard
of Snpervlsois and tho plaintiff were
Identical, tho Supervisor wishing to
letaln their ofllccs for two years
Kingsbury argued nlso that the
Territory should bu the plaintiff In a
case of this kind and not u prtvato
SUNNY JIM IS HOME AGAIN
(Continued from Pore 1)
hack a single souvenir. They hnvo
nil been distributed nmong tho thou
sands of new fi lends ot Hawaii on
I left heic on April 21st for San
Finnclsi'o and wns there when the
Atlantic Fleet citino In," said Mr. Me
Cundless. "It wns u grand Bight lo
seo sixteen gieat battleships nil smo
king up nt once coming up out of tho
ocean headed for the Golden Gate,
and when nt anchor In the hay tho
sight nt night was magnificent, when
they were lit from stem to stem ui
throwing their searchlights over on
to the hills of llerkelcy ami on San
Francisco, Of course jou have seen
Eome of this yourselves.
From Sun Francisco I went north
to Tatoina to seo my hiother Frank.
From there 1 went east over tliu Ca
nadian Pacific nnd It bus (he grand
est scenery nt any of tho tiiinscontl-
ticnctnl lines. 1 stopped one day In
SI. Paul and ono ilnv In Chicago on
my wny east: then I went to Par
l.ersburg, West Virginia, lo seo my
"I found business pretty nulct, lint
things arc picking up. They nro
having good ciops nil over the Unit
ed Suites and this Is bound to help
all other kinds of business. Money
Is getting inoro plentiful. The banks
ot California me hnvlng no trouble
In getting money and San Francisco
Is going right ahead. It will not he
many ears until San Francisco will
be herself again and even greater, ns
the 'Class A buildings are more nu-
meious than before tho fire.
"About the Shrine meeting? I ar
rived In St. Paul on Saturday, July
11 th, and wns the first man to legls-
ter, and I camo tlio longest distance.
Wo had a glorious time nnd St. Paul
covered hersolf with glory for tho
way she entertnlnr Osman Templo
has a fine lot of men and they did
everj tblng to please us. They even
painted tho names of each Shrine on
their street lamps with Aloha among
tliu bunch. We had one of the most
popular booths there, vjinit we never
lost nn opportunity to boost Aloha
Temple and Hawaii, and I don't
tlrink they will forget us soon.
"The Council meeting camo off Sat
isfactorily as far as Aloha was con
cerned. We mado them our friends
nnd have Invited nil f them to come
nnd seo us In the Paradise of tho Pa
cific, and a gieat many ot them have
declared their Intention of visiting us
some dny. I camo back by way of
Tacoma and went up Into tho moun
tains for two weeks fishing for trout,
and I caught plenty of them, too.
From there to San Francisco and
Home, nnd I nm glad to bo hero once
more. It feels good to he among
ono's friends ami sea the familiar
faces. Wo had n ellghlful trip
down on tho Manchuria with genial
gy'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
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Spring s Flowers, New Ribbons,
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