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EVENING nUM,KTlN, IIONOMIMJ, T. J., TIJUPSDAY, SRI'T. .1, 1908.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daijy every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each wek.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. .
NVatlnc R. Rrirrlnjjton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION HATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
COOL! VENTILATING! REFRESHING!
. r js
I'cr .Moiilli, Biiywln're hi I s HI .7rt
IVrUiiattcr, anvwlnu in ' s J.to
ftr Year, anvrtiirie 1 1 1 s m.oo
Per Year, ohisimI hi it ' U.uo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
ne- u ( Editorial Rooms,
I i-lEusiness Office,
Hiinoliilti lAlcnils Its most hoarty(of tlie cuuntry very inucli smaller
tiiiif;rntul.itluis to the llruthoru of burden.
St. I.(iuli4 Culli'Ro who culolirnto uj Tho Woilil nt.es llicse IlKures as n
ti'iil-Iirtli anniversary of their
of tliu Islands.
among tho youth
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN
Opliurtiinittes nio not lacking for
Mimic men In thn Territory of tin-,
wall. Kery-day events provo this."8 nn' Hotertra of Kiiclnml with
ultliouRh much Is said of tho unirow
fiituru that olTcrs our joutli.
Director Wilcox of the Federal Ag
ricultural i:pcrlmcut Station, in
speaking heforo the Territorial Hoard
of Agriculture at Its last meeting.
tntcl that young men were wanton
to become experts In tho rubber l.i-i
dustry to learn tho business.
i...i,vi.. Inn,-,, I1, lwl.
Hero Is a prospect that might veil
appeal to any young man, with am
bltlon and a natural liking for work,,,.
In tho Held. The rubber Industry Is
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now to Hawaii .If It Is a success It
will go forward to a pro liable stage j
under the direction of trained and
exper oiice.1 men; trained under local
(on.ll Ions and possessing n thorough
lnowledge of local peculiarities of
The opportune Is exceptionally
good liccnnto of tho nsslstanco and
moral su-ipou nvunniiiiy ou cvciy .
liniiii. riom tne rcrritorini noaiti u
Agriculture, the Federal Kxpcrlment
Station, 'and' the College of Agricul
ture and Mechanic. Arts,, and. from
tho practical men of affair's' wild" want
elllelont' workmen qugftcd In. their
Tho men who will direct the now
iudubtrlcs of theso Islands nre the
jounj men of today who are willing
to "get In and work from the ground
up." They arc wanted everywhere
and the young peopljnur schools
who appreclato this" are tho ones
who will succeed, and at tho same
time niako n nnmo for themselves In
tho progressive history of Hawaii.
UATTLE SHIPMENT REFORM.
At last a move has been mndu for
the better treatment of live stock
In Inter-island transportation.
It 'hud to tome some time. It was
only a (iiiestlon uf when tho tide of
ludlrfcieiuc would turn.
The handling of cattle oil the .In
ter-Island steamers Is'n voryrdllncultl
problem. Theio Is 'no' doubt of It.
The nhsoliito lack of wharves and
pioper landlugH furnish in somo In
timites u iierfeet excuso for'mctbods
that' aro picturesque when viowod
In if movlng-ptcturo machine, but,
In fact, iniicili like tho boys throwing
boji,but h 1 for tho frogs."
Just "what shape" tho Improvement
idiouljl ttike, tho llu lie tin, Is not
picpared"" to suggest. A deflnlto
movement to forco u chango by law
V 1 1 1 undoubtedly result In practical
methods that will bo u fair nvcrago
or tho theories of tho S. 1'. C. A. and
tho bind pinhlcins encountered by
tho men who huvo to handle tho ani
mals. PENSIONS AND WAR DEBT
Tho iisscmbly ot tho (irand Army
of tho Republic, gives Immedlato In
tel est to n (ablo proparcil by tho Now
York 'World shewing tho oxponbo or
tho Civil .WarUhat Is borne by tho
people? of 'the present, day. Ah tho
Interest on tho national debt result
ing from tho war decreased, tho pay
ments nindo to tho veterans and tholr
families for pensions lncrenscd. Tho
tiiblu follows: : r
,. , ; Pensions.
1S07 ... 20.930,552
IS 72.. i. '28,53,.403
1877 . . . 27,903,752
1SX2 . . . 01,346,194
1887 . . . 76,029,102
1S92 , . . 131,583,05:1
1897 . . . 111,053,101
1902 . . . 138,188,500
1907 . . . 139, 290.910
Tho sum of the.'o two great lega
cies of Civil War was In 18C7 $104,
718,111. In' 1!M)7 It was $1C3,773.
131 not much of a decrease, but
udatlvoly to the expanding resources,
Per Six Moulin i .
Tit Vfar, ttiymhctc In U.S I.oo
Pti Year, iiwhtfc Ciii1,., i.m,
PrVt tKniinUt, lortUii 3.ii
Etiltreri t the PmtoRice M Honolulu
ftitoiiil rl-w tiMtttr.
, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908
text for lireaeliliiB Its leaders n rr-
iiinn on "swollen Army and Navy c
pendlturrs" that have Increased four
fold in twenty jcars.
Pulitzer's Rreat paper always hs
lieen a i(iinlp:- c-n tile subject of pro
imipi.iipvi for eeiitiialltlcs of war.
It eludes the appiopilatlons for na
val luric.i.'P nnil Ai my linprowmcilt
as e.Mi.n.iKiiiuch. It putH the l'roin-
the Itoosovelts and tho llulisons of
America In the same boat as alarm
ists and mh mates of dangerous pol
icies. Fortunate!) for our country, tho
! "co" e 'I1'1" "'"'" with reasonable
i""!1 " ",r;,B" ot 1'rcimrc.ltiM.
"u,Jlned. h ,h "" while re-
iib iu e Marco ny uie llou-
sons. We can much better nfford to
build ships and have them go to tho
lsfrMll.llI.nil liniiunil ilinti i (m...
"', X.ZT , . . ""'""-
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policy that will inuKc war attractlvo
,;, bnntan ,
, f Wlr am nm frther
millions or pensions to tho widows
,, fnmJra of lmlyo mcn w
Ilvcs ,. bcfcn B.lcr,flcci, ,
t)llU mf(;nt bo 11Vt,,.,C(1
MUNICIPAL ACT DECISION.
The lawi'cr reads court decisions
for technicalities. The layman
Judges It by the rule of common
sense and the probable good result..-
I From the layman's standpoint, thoi
!,u'e',,o "t the Su:irenn Court on
'e .Municipal Act Is satisfactory
It Is possible to do most anything
with the law. Decisions can bo ob
tained to satisfy cery sldo of tho
case, and wo huvo not the bllglitcst
doubt that the Supremo Court, had
i It been disposed to render a "policy"
decision, could have overthrown tho
Have you any busi
ness that needs attention while
you are away, from the Ter
ritory? Have you interests that
require more lime ana 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 time?
Do you need life, fire, or
accident insurance ?
Do you need surety bonds?
We are in business to
supply just these wants.
Call and see us,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Have you got the
9 x 15 at base
Made of 4-inch Angle Iron.
Municipal Act and given popular
government In the Islands another
Tho might-have-beens, wo arc
pleabcd to unto, did not happen In
this Institute. The Court has retused
to quibble on technicalities. Tho law
Is liiteriuetcd by a common-sciiko
rule that It Is not tho nrovlrico ot
the court to overthrow the obvious
purpose of the people In developing
their local government within the
liio.nl limitations of tho Organic Act.
The II u 1 1 o 1 1 n has not enthused
over the Municipal Act becauso It
hah to .much -of municipal form with
out a material increase of popular'
government mibstitnce.' Something Is
gained, IiowcNcr, whon wo have Ilo
nolulu, u city In name, as other cities
nie, m tliut It will not bo necessary
to give long explanations to visitors
regarding our "peculiar conditions.
Die leaven of popular government
Is steadily at work and. having tho
municipality organized, tho next step
will bti- to secure during each legisla
tive period ti larger share or local
control ns events and the capacity ot
the people, Justify.,
WINS jHVORCE SUIT
I.awjer Leon Sliaus, ho who leaped
Into tho limelight thiough lln pro
miscuous and paRsdunatc niiohnudllng
of an ugl appealing revolvor win a
caso this moinliig before Ju03 llml
say. Mix. Nulttiu WiiIhou was suing
her husband for dlvoico, and Straus
repiceentod her. Tho pioofs rf tlu
cruelty of her biisli.iud were m con
cliihlw that the Judgo grautei, the d
ciee lifter several wltiiestoa iiu.l lieciii
Deputy Attorney (loneral Wlijtney
returned on' tho Ilirmilnu from tho
Coast last evening, anil was back al
bis old place. In Hit) Kxcoiitlvo building
this moinlii, i:. Vf. Sutton and Initio
also returned on tho Illloiilnii.
Judge Qtiailes has returned to Ho
nolulu after nearly' a month spent at
Wuilukit. Attorney Ltghtroot, his
partner, Ih now on tho other Inland, at
tending to tho firm's biisiuoss there.
Judge Quarles states that husluchs Is
IhiprUhlng In (hu Maul mctmpulis.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 856,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185
TUESDAY,' SEPT. 1ST,
AT 8 O'CLOCK
SELLS HIS BUOGY?
Sad, Sad Tale Develops
John Mnrcalllno. clerk ot Judgo
Lindsay's court, had misfortunes (ga
lore yestenlay. John Is well known
on account of the neat hoi so and
buggy ho owns, and he Indeed might
well have been complimented, for
tho horse was u hummer, full ot llfo
all the time, us John round out, anil
the buggy was a tilumph or tho man
ufiu tiller's wagon-making art.
Hut, alas! all that Is now past.
John decided to sell his pretty bug
gy esterday, and took u piospect
l( purchaser, u Japanese, out a-rld-lag
Heforo they had gone fnr, how
oer, John's icstiVo animal took
flight, and trtcil to beat tho speed
ucord down King ticet, Incidentally
doing the Hying lllp on tho double
ipilik when turning n corner. Tho
I'iiim- nitsgaiiged the dlstiiuco when
passing Nuuanii and King, however,
ami thqre was a buggy-ballon nsccn
hlcui. When John climbed out of tho
wiccKago (tho hoi so had consider
iitel) loft one-half, tho icnr half, id
the ehlclo behind), lm saw ono ot
llbcn Low's cowboys lassoolng his
pilde down by the river.
Needless to say, John did not Boll
ihe buggy. And now ho wishes hu
had nexer tried to.
12, It. Hendry, chalimnu of the com
mittee In chnrgo or tho entertainment
which tho local Odd Fellows aro ij.
glo for their brothers of tho Flee?
leeched n renlv to thn Invltntlima
sent out from Lieut. Kdwnrd T. Con
st ion, I lag Lieutenant U. S. N., slat
lug that this commanding officers ot
the vessels ndw in this port has been
directed to grant llboity to the men
wltti diislro toMtend Saturday even
ing. Captain V, I. Cottman, or the
Cnllfornlu, has albo written stntliy
lug that tho Invitation or thy loeat
Odd Fellows will bo extended to nil
the lodgemen on his vessel.
frears. Dinner .
" to admirals
;Mlr'b; ' "' "
(loipmornitif'Mii). I'rear will entT
tabi Admiral ami Mrs Swinburne Ad
miral Sebiee. iiu.l otheis. ut.tllnnc at
hln homo this ironing. Tho flnvoin ir,
with tho AdinliTils vuio Ihi- gueyts or
Captain Itees at iU.iii r Ian evening
The Weekly Edition of tho evening
Bulletin gives a complets summary of
the news ot the rday.
ASK TO SEE
0UK NEW PATTERN OF
Something new in the Styl
ish French Gray Finish.
You'll be surprised at the
Stylish Appearance of this
H. F. Wichman & Co.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT nnd KING Sta Honolulu.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
jesidence, RING UF-557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St.
M. R. DE SA.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
PMrts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
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Linen Mesh Underwear
The Under Garment of Quality. No other like it for
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Even on the hottest summer day never sticky,
soggy, or' cumbersome. For Health, Comfort,
Cleanliness, Protection. What more could you ask?
M. McINERNY, LTD.,
. Fort and Merchant Sts.
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL for
facts and figures of Island infor
mation, past and present, or
HAWAIIAN FOLK TALES for the
legends and traditions of this in
teresting race. These, with oth
er current books relating to Ha
waii, and many out of print, may
be had at
Thos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Carrie Jacobs Bond
New Assortment of Her Popular
Songs Now Here.
BEROSTH0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
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941 NUUANU ST
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where you get polite attention, try
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WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
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o AT o
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WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
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The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AOENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new place, and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
HONOLULU'S BIG STORE
On Fort and Merchant Streets
Floor Space, 22,501 Square Feet. The Place To Buy
STATIONERY, BOOKS, TOYS,
and SPORTING GOODS
-The Wonderful COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE. We
kce?,-jn stock MARCONI VELVET TONE RECORDS. CaU
in r.nd" ask to hear them; also EDISON PHONOGRAPHS
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WE WILL SAVE Y0U"M0NEY IN THE FUTURE.
0:;r KING STREET STORE, at the old stand, will cany
; the c;r.c line.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
If our meats did not give the greatest satisfaction to
the thousands of people who. deal with us it would be fool
ish for us to ask you to order some of our beef and mutton
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Order a case of COCA COLA and try
it. 35c per dozen bottles
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the .work-in, our Garage.
EHf'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
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