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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 190S
NAHIWA'S GOOD WORK
AT KALIHI BOY'S HOME
HWEW ''-'"" T""?" "y"p"
THE QUALITY BREW
Its Brewed for those who want the
AT the gates of Paris every
market-man stops and pays
a little tax upon the food he
carries in for sale." This is the
famous Octroi. Every night the
endless procession of the gardeners
of France files into the gates, pay
ing it. The little tax admits them
to the great market place of the
The advertising rates- in the
Evening Bulletin arc the octroi
y tax which admits your goods to
the Market Place of Hawaii.
Like the tax of Paris it makes a
trifling burden upon the price of
the 'goods for sale; and it makes it
possible to sell them.
The Evening Bulletin
flint Is View Alfred Stead Takes Of
It After a Tour of South.
Lnmlun, Ah?. 20. Alfred Stead, who
lias Just loturncd to London nftcr a
considerable sojourn In southeastern
Europe, Is convinced tli.it tho great
est and most urgent pioblem confront
ing tho Hrltlfcli cniiliu nt pu'scnt Is
tliu Mohammedan problem.
"We ltTlly need :i Oeflnlto policy
nt Constantinople," said Mr. Stead to
llio conespondciit of The. Chicago
Dally News. "At iirct.cn t wo ncltlier
coerce nor conrlll.ito tlio sultan, lienco
sot ory Utile nt IiIh lianda mt uni
tempt. Wo bluff, lint lie known It la
blurt and iIocb nothing Clearly we
should decide eltlicr that wo lire K"
Ins to URo our wnwhlps to enfuico
our dcniandu or that v.c will nuke
frlcndH with the sultan and achieve
our ends In this way.
'uorinnny Is supposed to lie In u
weak petition in faco of the getting
together of the Christian vvoild
against tho knliir. lint IIiIh view
leaves out of sight tho Rre.it fact that
the kaUer Is 'ucc IiIrIi' ut Constanti
nople and hence can inaKo a lot moio
trouhle for an;, of the other povvom
than they would eer wish to inert
Ho can iifc the sullan to act In motion
some 2,000,000 Moliaiunieilann In vai
Ions quarters of the (iirth, and ItnaIu.
frnnco and England do not waul am -
thing of this suit to happen.
Inspired In Constantinople.
"Already the Moluiinmcdnnn aio see
thing, nil on account of Hyttcmatlo
rtlmulatlou fiom Constantlnoiila. Wo
aio scared to death over tho Sudan
don't know ill what moment u uiiivt.
ment will nrlso there that will sweep
us out of tho Sudan and oat of Egypt.
Tho fnrt H wo lilt off much tnoie
than wo couM chew when wo went up
tho Nile. We ought to havo been con
tent wllh sway over tho spiritless
pooplo nboul tho moulh of the Nile,
but tho Mow prevailed that wo must
command the sources of tho liver In
oider to bo safe.
"Wo now seo that wo cannot com
inaud the sources of tho ilver. All
about theie mo the free and wild and
warlike Jledoulns How many llieio
aio of them nobody knows. They
stiptch right away Into central Afilra.
Our highest outclass In tho Sudan nt
llih moment mu In a state of alalia
They know Hint tioublo Is brewly
and they do not know how soon It will
bo upon them. The) liae sent repri
sontntlvcs to London to talk over tho
situation with tho linpirlal defenso
committee mid this committee fully
loalDos the extent and ncutenesH of
tho menace. Ilcbldos, wo aio faced by
tho most serious unrest among tho
Mohammedans In India Opco we
Iosq control of them for wo manage
tho Hindoos only through them our
cmplro In ndla Is lost.
"Tho Mohammedan problem Is only
n llttlu leso se,rIoii3 for Fiance. Sho
lias a big Mohammedan population on
her hands and it Is a constant menace
to her. At any time tho sultan can
start trouble for Finnco At any tln-o
nlto he can start tiouble foi Russia
by menacing tho Caucaslin fiontlcr.
lo menuce this n out lor -invailably
creates a panic In SI l'eteisburB.
Should Oend Ambassador.
"My Idea Is that we ought to hao a
good understanding with thomilt:in.
Wo ought to recognize and liallmnrK
him nn tho head of tho Mohammedan
world bv sending nn anibasaador to
him ns tho commandei of tho faithful,
is well as nn iimbnssnilor lo icpie-
scut us politically In Constantinople"
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evcnlnn
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
. PM AND OUT
Had Ability But Drink
Wasted His Talent
Detroit, Aug. 21 Attracted by the
strains of nn old familiar coon song
floating out from n Tartar street sa
loon, a pasterb) enteied und bead tho
"Ain't ilat a shame,
A ineaslj shame,
To keep me stntidln'
Out In the lain?
(Lord)', bab a little pit))
Won't )ou open dat do'
An' let me in?
I'm stnndln' heie freozln,'
Wet to de skin "
Tho ringing was bv a coinpnrlllvcl)'
)oung man, Homewli.it lielow medium
stature, attired in a worn blue suit
and u soiled bluo shirt, without a Mil
lar His hands wcie large and puffy,
but they carressod the piano kc)s fa
initially us tliuy wandered through n
cleverly Improvised ucrompanimcnl to
the cong that cam: nom thu mans
Noted Coon Songs.
The man was mwi t unnoii, author
of "Ain't D.it n Sliame' and many
other coon songs that had a tremeii'
dous run a fow )ears back "Dili Dal
ley. Wont ou rieaso Como Homo,
"Just Ilocniiso She Made Deiu Ooo-
Ooo Eyes" and several more In llko
vein Others lime made fortunes out
of them, but the author Is eking out
nn existence by pla)lng and singing
Not for blm the roxiltleK which
lmo put ninny a man on easy stieet.
Ills songs havo. paid lovultlos, to bo
sure, but they have gonP Into the poc
ket of others. He sold "Hoodoo
Eyes" for a palm tlZ. and n woman
In tho louth Is still drawing a com
fortublo Income from Its sales. "Hill
DallO)" brought him $3.10, and tho
mono)- was fquandired )ears ago
He never received a cent for "Ain't
I Dal n Shame." He simply gave It
Ho Is not regularl) employed In the
Farrar street saloon Ho dtopped In
Just to pee what the prospects were
for u Job nnd found thai tho place had
a player by request and lecelvod his
pay In di Inks nt tin hir He admit
ted without hesitation that he puts
nvvny upward of iwinly or thirty
"whlske)B" per ilav us n lule.
"What brought )"U to jour picsent
condition?" was tin- frank question
put to blm -
"Well, I don't lilamo the booze," hu
icpllcd. "1 nlvva)s drank tn a ccitalu
extent, but I used to takr n brace and
get Into form again. I hnven't writ
ten mi) thing In over n)oar now, nnd
tbero ain't an) use, for I enn't get my
stuff nccepted nioiuid this town. The
publishers are sole on mo licc.iut-o 1
sold ono turns to thrco different Ilrms,
SlnPo then tluv havo no uso for me
"II was all right ns long as Paul
Dresser was alive, no was my pai,
and nlvvn)S stood by inc. When ho
cashed In, that was tho last straw. I
haven't done a lap slnco, except play
In saloons. Does It pay? Well, I get
!$20 u week-konietlmes."
Cannon has been living In Jackson,
Mich., where his wife Is now sin) lug,
I until lecentlv when ho came to De
limit, Ills old home, to look around
Tho rcderal raids liavo losulted
In the conducting of San Francisco
lioiibcs of 111 fiiuio with considerable
Everything Outlined In Oood Shape-
Each Day's Work Handled j
Accoramg to rime.
Thomas K Naliiwa, the very suc
cessful teachet of the Alae school,
has been doing llrst-elass woiW since
ho stalled In with the bo)s lit Kn-
tit 1 in the home of non-leprous chil
li i en fiom the Settlement. He has
olgahlzed the work and will begin
the new term In splendid foim.
Ever) Item of the duy's work fiom
rising at 5 30 In the morning to to
tiling nt 9 In the evening tho Inter
mediate' retire nt 7 o'clock Is
mapped out for eaeli day of the
week v.'lthvu (ittcftil regard for the
comfort, pleasure, and edui.itlon of
The school program Is outlined ns
Grades I, II. and Hecelvlngj July
IS to Sept. IflDfc:
I'atilotlc oxeitlsos; alignment; sa
lute tn the Flag. Lenin quotations
fiom piogrnm for patriotic exorcises
In the public schools. Territory of
Hawaii, adopted b the Department
of Public Instruction. Learn patri
otic tongs, "America," "Star Span
gled ll.inncr," "llattlc II) mil of the
Memor) Work nnd Lip Culture
Commit to mcnior) all poetry In
readers. Commit to memory selict-
ed senltmes of stun work. Nursery
rhymes; Peter Piper, llumpty Dump
ty, The Hotifce That, Jack Ilullt. Com
mit to mcnioty wordH of songs.
Calendar Work Mul.e a calendar
In books. Obxcrvojtlnd of day, sun,
clouiU, sk), direction of wind, season,
nnd date Indicate on calendar,
Heading tirade H, flaldwln's Sec
ond Deader, pp. ('.'; Orndc I, Ilald
win's First Header, pp. 5-75.
.Supplementary Heading All se
lected sentences. Verses of songs,
memory work, quotations, number
work, calendar work.
JIusIc Tonic Sol-Fa First steps
of tho T S F. Learn the chords, di
visions of time, 2-1, 3-4, nnd 4-1
time. Exercises In time, melody,
lh) dim, chord exercises. Volco cul
ture, drill on notes of scnlo In differ
ent keys. Lenin the following
Knni?H! Ami.rlrn." "Ktnr Rn-inetp.l
lllanner," "The llattlu Hymn of tho
Itepubllc," "Xvciy Day," "The Hoy
iTliat.aughs," "Tho Lord's Prayer,"
Niimbcr.Worlv tirade II, Sees. I,
H, and III, 111;.. II, Prince "Ar. Addi
tion and subtraction, numbers from
ll to 100. Drill-on pt. gl. qt. gal. ft.
wlc. mo. doz. )d. hr. mln. Hnvo np
plled number. Grndo I Number
(Work: Teaching by objects the four
operations, numbers from 1 to 10.
Uee Pi luce Arithmetic, Ilk, I, pp. 2
to 24. Deceiving Grndo Learn
to count 1-10. Trnco numbers on
thin paper. Learn to write 1 to 10.
Language; Story Work Grndo
II: Teach tho following stories: 1,
Paao and lib Long Jo'r-ey: 2. Kllu.
3, Maul: 4. Kuonelo: 5. Kak-Iealu-
aka. (irado I nnd' Receiving: Teach
the following stories: 1, The Houso
That Jack Ilullt; 2, Tho Old Woman
nnd Her Pig; 3, The Mouse Without
All lesions will be languago work.
4T cit c ftlp
IN THE CIIICUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In Piobate; nt Chambers. In the
Mnttcr of tho Estate of Henry Coop
er, late of Maknwao, Maul, deceased.
llcfore J ml go A. N. Kcpolknl. Order
of Notice of Petition for Allovvnnco
of Final Accounts and Discharge In
this Estate. On reading nnd llllng
the petition nnd accounts of S. Kaptt,
Administrator of the Estate of Hcnr)
Cooper, Into of Makavvao, deceased,
wherein ho usks to bo allowed 12t!
85 and hn charges himself with
$S00.9r, and asks that tho same may
bo examined nnd npproved, nnd that
n llnnl order may bo mado of distri
bution of the property lcmninlng In
his hands to the persons thereto en
titled, nnd discharging him nnd bis
sureties from all further responsibil
ity ns such administrator. It Is or-
dcicd that Monday, the 28th day of
September, A. D. 1908, at 10 o'clock
a. 111., bcfoio tho Judge of said court
at the toitrt room of tho said court
at Wallukti, Island of Maul, bo nnd
the snmo hereby Is appointed as thn
time and place for hearing said peti
tion and accounts, nnd that all per
sons Interested may then nnd there
appear and show cause, If any they
have, why the same should not be
granted, nnd may present evidence ns
to who nro entitled to the said prop
erty. And that notice of this order,
In tho English language, bo publish
ed In the Evening Bulletin, a dally
newspaper printed nnd published In
Honorttlu, for three successive weeks,
tho last publication to bo not less
flmn two weeks previous to thoTtlnio
therein appointed for suld hearing.
Dated nt Wnlluku, Mnui, this 17th
day of August. 1308.
(Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of tho
(Sd.) EDMUND 11. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
(Seal) the 2nd Circuit.
4083 Aug. 19, 20; Sept. 2, 9.
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Special Scenery nnd EfCcct3
Specialties Between Every Act
Reserved Scats Grandstand 25c extra
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters testnmentary under .the
Inst Will and Testament of James J.
Kelly, deceased, having been granted
to tho undersigned by Honorable Al
cxnnder Lindsay, Jr., Second Judgo
of the First Judicial Circuit, Terrl
tory of Hawaii, on September 1,
1908, notice Is hereby given to all
creditors of said James J. Kelly, de
ceased, to present their claims duly
authenticated and with proper vou
chers, If any exist, even If tho claim
Is secured b) mortgage upon real es
late, to the undersigned at Its place
of business. Fort Street, Honolulu.
within six months from tho first pub
lication of this notice or within six
months from tho day thoy fall due,
or they will be forever barred.
Dated, Honolulu, September 1,
HAWAIIAN TRUST COMPANY.
Executor under tho Will of
James J. Kelly.
Kinney & Matx, Attorneys for Ex
ecutor. 4095 Sept. 2, 9, 1C, 23, 30.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Tonltory of Hawaii.
At Chambers; In Probate. In tho
Matter of the Estate of Alice Kapuaa
Slemscn, Deceased. Order of Notlco
of Healing Petition for Administra
tion. On rending and filing tho peti
tion of Eddlo Slemsen of Honolulu,
alleging that Allco Kapuaa Slemon
of Honolulu died Intestato nt Hono
lulu on the 9th day of April. A. D.
1908, leaving property In tho Terri
tory of Hawaii necessary to bo ad
ministered upon, nnd pra)lng that
lettem of administration Issuo to
him or Bonio other suitable, person, it
Is ordered that Mondny, thu 6th day
of October, A. D. 190S, at 9 o'clock
a. in., bo anil hereby is appointed for
hearing said petition In tho court
room of 'this court at Honolulu, at
which time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show caiibc,
If any thoy havo, why said petition
should not be granted, nnd that no
tice of this ortlci shall bo published
onco a week for three succosslvo
weeks In tho Evening llulletlu news
paper published In Honolulu.
Dated at Honolulu, August 31st,
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Second Judge of tho Clicutt Court
of tho First Circuit.
Attest: JOHN MARCALL1NO,
4095 Sopt. 2, 9, Id, 23.
Tlu ideal place for rest
or recreation. Comfort
in every corner; satis
faction in every meal.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimca Tlains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihacle,
is now in the hands of Mr. II. Akona,
the well-known Ohef.
The nremiscs may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII.
F. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
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WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 902 NUUANU.
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TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
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.
Dlvoico complaint to bo filed by
Leo II. Coats, tho wealthy horse deal
er, will accuso Justice of Uig peace
und other prouiluent men.
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new place and.
have "MATT" HEFFERN servo you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
"The Finest Bathing on tho Beach."
Meals At All Jlours,
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
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