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KVENMCJ BULLETIN, nONOLTrMI, T, II., TltUnSOAY, OCT. 1, 1008
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At ISO King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Itoily every day except Sunday Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wftlluco 13. Pfirrlnjfton, - 12tlltor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
'E : "1
: . ..
Dust and Rain Coa
UVI3.-NINC1 nUl.l.Ul IN
rtrMoutli, ii)lineln IIS. . 8 .11
Pfr QuMlei.amurlicrf luL'S .. 3.n
Per Vrar, am Ahrte in I' S . . H.oo
'Trr Year, inntpaid. fnrciRti, I 2.uo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
-p 1 I Bclitoriul Rooms,
I C!.Uusiness Office,
Help make t lie Mtmta nlfilit ral
ly one that will ilinw I lie Hcpillill
(.nil parly In Us, old-time sIiciibIIi
Nn one In mrprlfpil that the sup
porters of the "ItulepeiHlriit" eaufo
Hhnnlil tuiRpest turning to Mime other -
topic than the Hepuhllean party rule roprtyentnthr ffinm ottr Chamber of
which reads- Cotnmerco to tho party. This city
"Every delegate to any convention ami these isl.imls urn u vital factor In
shall, hy virtue of his taking his scat tho development of commerce and In
therein, be deemed to have pledged terimtlonnl biislnesH alliances, of
himself to nbide by the result of the which tho Chamber of Commerce rep
convention and to support the candi- rcriitntlvcii are at once, tho result
Jatts therein nominated." Section and tlio forerunner. Hawaii is par
15, .Art. VII, Rules of the Republican tlculariy Indebted to the business
Party. Imillei off tho Pact Ac CoaBt for tho
- ery nctlio part they took In for-
CATHCART'S RESPONSK. IwiirilliiB tho opcnluR of Pearl Harbor
v ' "nil every, other National measure In
Countv Att.irnev Catheart In his wlch lh" lsln'"ls ll!"0 bec" Involved
statement reuanlliiR tho nttncKS
niado nn lilin, Hei. t.(" the thnrReH
ami disposes of I .i in short order,
it Is not sin in Ulng to tho commu
nity that the actual fuels should bo
far removed from tho lepresentatlon
niado by those who have umlcrtnKcn
to imilio a political nnd personal Issue
:ir.ili'.t a man who Is recognized In
nil tho courts nud by tho Attorney
General's Depaitmcut ns the ablest
projccutltiK ofllcer In tho Territory.
Nor Is It stirprlslnn to find Mr. !
Cnthcart attacked for allegedly fol
. lowing n custom which was 'common
pructlso of au ofllcer who was In for
mer days a bright particular tstur In
the flriiiiiiiieul of "leform."
Tlio community has conio to under
stand that &lamlcr Is the stock In
trade of alleged loformers. who linvo
' beccmo common scolds mid worse.
Tho peoplo.aio nlso safe In accept
ing tho view off County Chairman
Judd that the points raised against
Sir. Catheart are not In any senso n
political Issuo ns reflecting on tho
County Attorney's Integrity.
ROOSEVELT TO BRYAN.
The letter of President Honsovolt
to Mr. llrj.ui, In lesponee to n lequcst
for Bpeclflc marges against Governor
llnskull, will be one of the historical
documents of this year's National
campaign. It Is uu exlrnurdliinry
thing for the Piesldeut of the Nation
to toko such direct hsuo with tho
leading candidate of tho opposing
party. The fact that tho letter was
niado a subject of serious discussion
lit Cabinet meeting shows that the
, move was made only utter careful de
Mlberatlon. - ' ,Ilut from the lalor Information of
the (able dispatches. It appears that
tho President and his fi lends consid
er that ho Ii.ih gone far enough. lie
has definitely declared that ho will
not tako tho stump In Mr. Tail's be
half, nnd ho lefuscs to further dis
cuss tha Haskell matter with Mr.
Ilryan. This menus that cither Mr.
Taft's campaign does not need fur
ther nsslstancu or tho propriety of
i.Uio President getting Into tho rough
npd tumble of tho canvass is ques
tioned by tho pcoplo nnd ipny do Tnft
harm possibly both.
Sir. Itoosevelts letter is an ar
raignment of Haskell which will
make a poworful campaign document J
It does not end with enforcing tho
withdrawal ot tlio Oklahoma (Invcrn-,
or hom tho Democratic Committee.
11 will keep the pcoplo thinking on
tho real Issues of tho hour tho hu-i
purlorlty of n party and candidate I
that have "niado good" over tho can
dldntu nnd parly that havo devoted
much time to theories, unsupport.'d
After having delivered this letter,
it hccms tho part ot wisdom that Mr.
Itoocovelt should allow Mr. Tnft to
handle his own campaign and speak
for himself, which ho Is fully nb!o to
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Tho Chamber of Commerce dolega-
tlon from tho Pacific Coast that l
erossliiB tho ocean to Rain mnro '
lntlninlo ucnunlntunco with the Ims
inc;. men off Japan Is a most nlgnlll
eant foaturo of tho development of
tlio rommerco of the pacific. It means
' cloaer Eoclal ties and bettor business
rcr Six Momlu 8 ,ft(
Per Vmi, iilirre In US I.uo
Pel Year, anywhere In Canada ., f.fto
I'crYrar twMpaltl, lottUn .. .. 3.oo
Eiitctctl at tlic rmtoflicp al Honolulu
m ftiioml clam nmur.
OCTOBER 1, 1908
uiKlcrxtamlln; between tlio lemlors of
the Western 1'onnt ninl tiff Japan. It
Is practical promotion off trndo by
fostcrliiK Interest In matters of mu
ltcnoliilu U especially fortunate In
lieltiB able to linvo u few liourH of tlio
time of these lsltorn and nlso adding
In looking ocr Pearl Harbor and
noting tho gnat plans bo soon to be
completed, theso gentlemen may well
hae n kpiiro of personal pride, for
they have done ns much ns Hawaii to
bring this great enterprise about. It
la highly piobnbln that, had it not
been for tliclr assistance. Pearl Har
bor as a mld-P.icinc stronghold
would still I'Me been nn paper nnd
union;; the posMhllltlCH of tho fuluro.
Here on Oihu wo hno nmplo dcin
onstiatlon that the Chambers of
commerce of tlio p.icillc coast aio
institutions that do things.
It Is gratliylng indeed that they
nre going fu-'ther nfleld, even to tho
fore'pn friends across the way.
1'rlcndly relations with tho Orient
s lIlc n,illn "V1 tn u0 obtained, nnd
in inis iinwnu can ncip as wcu.'i3
jirollt. When business men of two
nations get together in n common
tame tho result Is certain.
James McMillan Smith, vlco pres
ident and geneial manager off tlio
Southern Michigan L'lectrlc Hallway,
and formerly (leorgo M. Pullman's
private secretary, was ovcrcomo with
gas at South Ilend, Ind when work
ing on au Invention. He Is recover
ing. For Sale
Two-acre building site in the
Makiki District. One of the
choicest locations left in this
district. Bargain prico for quick
MAN0A VALLEY BARGAINS.
Two three-quarter acre buil
ding lots for $1000 each.
A property suitable for a large
family. Largo house and ample
grounds. Price, $3,000.
Call or write to
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
For Inter-Island Communication.
ffp3 li ir-f o t H
A r " '
Trent Trust Company, Ltd.,
916 Fort Street, Honolulu
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.!
Entered for Record Sept. 30. 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Wong Tow to YmiB Will Tour. ..CM
Wctln & lluwn Invst Co Ltd to Lulc
X! Chan I
Wnlpahu Jle.it Market Col'I)
Y Akul to Tain lllng V.X
Hank of Hawaii Ltd to Cllzabcth
K Pratt Ilel
Hank off Hnvwill Ltd to KlizahUh
K Pratt Hel
T Shlbayanm by ntty to lwnshlla.L
lwachlta to llniry .May At Co Ltd. IIS
T Slilbayama by ntty et ill to Hen
ry May & Co Ltd CM
Entered for Record Oct. 1, 1908,
From 9 a. in. to 10:30 a. m.
W W Chamberlain to Win Plhlti ..I)
Wm Plohla to Kcomaka Papoko
el al r
Kupa Plohla nud wf to Kcomaka
Papoko ct al . . . 1)
Kupa Plohla and wf to Kaukaii Ka
Kupr. Plohla and wf to .lack Plo
Kill n Plohla and wf to Klonn II... 1)
J Alfred Mngoon to Kancoho Klco
Mill Co Ltd Ii
II Wnlcrlioiisc Tr Co Ltd tr to
rrnnk I.uewelko Hel
J N Konllua to Lizzie K Wntum
and lisli 1)
Lal-.cla and hsb to Ihiimelluo M
(Continued from Fa?e 1)
arrested for Rambling a short tlino
ago, with having accepted from iher.i
tin, HitniK of ST, ninl S:t To.' t'lvln neti
weak testlnionv In tho i.iilce court I Tim above nlgn is now peen in many
when their eases were call.-d. that tho Bl'ons and onicei In 1Mb city, hecauso
castH would loBiilt In the di.ichaiRo or drinking men uro unreliable,
tho dcfendantd. Afild.-nltd to thin "f-l Competition la too keen nnd life 13
feet hno been made out for uubiiiM- ,100 strenuous for an emplojer to Keep
blon to tho (Jr.md Jury. men on hi-, payioll whose nerves are
Sin-lilt laukea stated this morning unsteady nnd whose brains aio not
that he had received a number of, clear.
anon) iiioiih lotteis finm Hum to tlniol Kvory line of biislnran Is heglnnlns
making charges of graft ngalnsl otll-'to close Its doors to drluklim men.
ccrs, but ho had iicwt paid much ai Iirunkenness is n dlseaso and llk&
tentlon to them, ns fciieh letters weio most dlfeaae.i, has It3 lomcdy. Or
often cinplojed by gamblers to get lid rino Is the rcltablo tieattuent end Is
of oftleers whoho zeal was a source of old under a positive guarantco to cf
aunoynnco to them. lloveor, lie was ftct u cure or jour money will bo rc
glad to havo tho matter Investigated, funded. Orrlne Is In two forms! No.
and In caso tho olllcer weio found . which can bo used without tho pa
guilty ho would bo discharged Imiuod-itlent's knowledge In tea, coffco ol
lately. food; nnd No. 2 for those who wish tu
James II. Ileggs was urrcbtcd at, The guanntro epplles lo both forimv
Seattle. Wash., on n ihnrgo of bring-
Ing stolen nroiierti- Into tho State. It
hclnir iilleirnii im u riiKinillnii f tin.,
000 of tho booty ot tho gold-brick
robbery on tho steamer Tanann,
which netted the thlees J7r.,(00 two
Tho Laurent lc, it new Whlto Star
Una Btcnmer, was launchcil ut llel
ffast Ireland. The ebsel will sail the
Hlxteen of tho moil tnigioi timl men
In tho theatileal business In New Yoik
adopted u resolution that will start
tliclr light on ticket f.poculatoiH, who,
Mark Klaw says, will bo put out of
Prof. R N. Dlackmnr, head of the
department of Fnelolegy In tlio I'nl
crnlty of Kaiih.is, la au addiess at
Topeka, Kan, said the time Is coming
when tlio public schools will proWdu
a loarse pre punitory to in.ililiuouy
SJGT BULLETIN ADS PAY -Q
We will be CLOSED
All Day Wednesday
OH ACCOUNT OF
New home; modern plumbing; all
latest conveniences; 1 bedrooms; sit
uate on Young Street near Funahou;
convenient to all carlincs; only ten
minutes to Fort Street. Tcnns Easy.
DnnCC.ICI T HAM
NI'.W YOUK, N Y., Sept 211.
A siiccl.il to the Sun from Wash-
: Itigton saH: It. A. Ililllngerof ''
! Seattle, former Commissioner uf !
the Ccnernl Laud Ofllee and lit
piesent a member of the advls-
: nry coninilttce ot the Itepubll-
! can National Committee, had u
! long conference with tho Presl-
! dent today on tho national po-
IKIcnl situation. It was tho :
! first off a series of political ion-
ferences called by tho Piesl- :
dent, according to n well-dellu-
! cd plan of taking personal !
chargo of the Tuft campaign.
! Tho President, It was said, !
was not sntlslled with Chair- !
man HUchcock's methods. One
oT tho President's visitors do-
dared also that Scci clary Tuft
was not satisfied. Tlio ltepub-
lltau uonilueo complained, It :
! was said, that the ch.ilimaii :
"could give him no satisfactory !
fhfoinintlou as to what was be-
' lug done'' -5
" V V V V V V V V V
Mailed 111 plain wiled package on re-
cclpt ot It 00. Wrllo for fico booklet,
mailed 111 plain (.rulcil envelope, -ino
l,r"no J?'" "asuinKioii, " u.. or no
,"' "'"" . "'
(In, I,, l.lllte, Kecrotnry of tho Pro
ple'H lliilldlng and Loan association of
Kagiuaw, Mich., him been in rested,
charged with viulicizloiiiciit of $12,000,
For over Twenty Years wo
havo been making Souvenir
Jewelry. Our experience has
taught us how to make
Our stock is the Largest in
the city and our Prices arc
We welcome a comparison
H. F. Wichman & Co.
fKOM A riliiT tCWATlt
M. MdNERNT, Itd., Fort
THE LATEST and LARGEST ASSORTMENT
of Hand-Made and Paintod LEATHER
POST CARDS in Hawaiian Views, Flowers
and Fruits at
Weedon's Curiosity Bazaar
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant
gOO AIL FIRST ClftSS GROCERS
W (Al IUKCIK0, v
Men's soles nnd heels, $1,25; women's, $1.00.
Men's Ruhbcr Heels, 05c; women's, COc.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
M'CANDLESS BLO, King and Bethel
at the automobiles, buRpcs and car
riages wc have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
J. M. Levy & Co.,
KINO NEAR BETHEL
AUTO and CARRIAGE
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO,, LTD.
I Merchant St. bet. Fort nnd Alakea,
fee t U tor umifttui
flllc-liErilt a. lull khiiiiiiltntia
QUUm4 U ,, , ...
lrilfilil.wH, "l""M"" .mvruiiQ.n
iTllCEUNS CHtMlCii.CO."1 ''"'"' Wumiifl
kCmciMTi,0.RiI -'". " " "n
CaUtA Pl) r" " I1"'" UIUIS
ftui liy IMKVtUt.
V C'lHlUl Mill bU !-JUt4,
m la 1 1 tjh v
This h the neatest and dressiest of raincoats the very latest com
binalion dust and rain-cor.t.
It in very light, and buff in color, and malics a serviceable dust
coat for nutoists and ready at all timci for a shower.
have, in addition, an extensive line
rravencttts, the first of the Winter's
COME NOW and (JET your TICK.
MCKID IN M I I
rrMnntPrpn Drkinn fh I.
W MONTI RCy, CAl t E '
. F.E.BOOTH. SouAcna. X K
HERE'S the Point !
We will make your
old shoes look and
wear like new in 15
minutes by the clock
A pair of shoes that wears
long and keeps its shape
A shipment of up to dato
Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S, S. Ala
meda. L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage,
Von Hamm- Young
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
paiis executed at shortest notice.
of the finest rain.coats,
TIIF. HAWAIIAN ANNUAL for
facts and flurc3 of Island infor
mation, nast and nrcscnt. or
HAWAIIAN POLK TALES for tho
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
Tkos. Gf. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
vj.'K'.L:w:.:,r :'.';, :ni x&uai
Our Baby Rings
Baby NapKin Rings,
or Baby Spoons
will surely make baby happier.
113 HOTEL ST.
EgBSuatAajJuEi ;m.n jmaa
Wonderful Motion TicturC3 bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
nnd embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Do not fail to see Haginback's An
imals, Foar-Footcd Hero, Tobogan
in;; in St. Maritz.
Admission 10c. Children 5c.
Scats iu boM-s, 25c.
Get a Victor
There's One for Every Home
BERGSTR0M MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of theso
numbers l 230, 200, 1037.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
LUNCHES nnd DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 014. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W, B. Kam, mgr.
For Distilled Water nnd Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St. M. R. DE SA.
JjT DULLCTIN ADS PAY -Jgjg
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