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evenino Bulletin. Honolulu, t. h. Wednesday, sept.' is w
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A M Ml HtMflu' ClMlitt rt.lt Kill till l til Hit rttl alt I" MM I" !' KltM
Ooekroaohaa, Watar Bugs and Othar Varmkp
tr Ik qiilcklj kllUd Rm1t mlM for oil. The onlr (utnnteed itcrmluvor.
Your aruffgut win niuna jour mgnvj u ,. m - -
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IIUIHI' ItlCTHIC MiTI CO . CHICAGO. ILL.
For Sale Everywhere
JAPANESE DYERS ,
Itce.iiiKe the carried on tho liusl.
ness of (IjcIiik clothes, ultliout obtain
ing licenses, olevi n Jap iiioko nn I Chin
eo were nrrested by I'led Turrlll tho
licenxo ntx.ctor. Tho Orientals u
I eared In 1'ollco Court this morning
i.ihI through Judge Iluinphrcjs, their ,
iiltorncy, had their cases rontliuid im-
til next rrlday, Tho ilcfenilunts In
this case are Y Kukunnga, tagitiuil,
M. Mlxiimt, Ak:iii.i..KHlH.i, M SaKal,
K. Nakashlini, T. Ilaabtil. Saltn. Yo-
tdtltmiratnd TmmliTnm. They are now
hiiUoii lull of n each, h
Ola, a Japanese, was arrested this
lorenooii on suspicion of having burned
tho Japanese carpenter shop nn King
street )tnlenla. It Is nlleged that
Ola Intended to destroy W, W.
Wright's blacksmith chop, lie Is be
ing held for Invigtlgutioii.
TO SELL THE
. KAPAA FARM LOTS
Josh Tiic'xeY will leaxo September
Htli for Knual, where ho will conduct
the salo of a number of Knpaa town
lots He will also 1,0 vested with an-
Irifitlrt irk u IiIm ,IIinitrt.i ln laAt
Ihoilt) to settle disputes that havo
irlti'ii In connection with some kute
I mis hehl by Chinese. Marston Cnmp
bell Htuted this morning thit there
- were applications for practical!, all of ,u " b. in anm
tho lots that will bo dlspo,ed of "" '" number of fllms depleting tho
"'Kapaa Is quite a town now" said f'' at ' settlement tho funeral of
Campbell. "Water for bou.ehold pur- l '''nee David was Im dipwn,
poses has been piped from Akullakull '' ?'''''" A-'Mott.Smllh of the
stream and fil s.fpply about two mil- U,mri1 of "idl,h an nlenlng
. lion rfuiniM pei- day Tho town Is sIM u"7 " "lb. P",bf1m "" Jlnu tho
ualed III if branny locafon and IlioVlte ''" of "e dlmaii. Ills View b.
could not bo Improved upon." - '' Pt ? optlmtafo Vlon.
.' , m ,le declared that there was i.iat.cujln
f ,COL. HERSEY IN TOWN. tl'iluk that tho yjnptom ,ot thojlls-
, , j.!l J e?ise could be permanently icn ovoil
iCol, Mark U Hersey,. who patted 'a,ul "iat fu""ther progress was helhg
tlirough' Honolulu in charge-'' of th,e "1.a,l" by ( Bclentbjts, ,wltlV every
Philippine Constabulary band'on u l"""1" W- Tho dlseaso had lost
wnv to the Inauguration, Is returning nmcli of ta horror In the popular nilu.l.
wlih his family on tho trnnsiHirt Log. bn'11 "' President of tho Hoard of
an! Col. Horsey command tho Philip- "e"''. because tho general puu o
pine constabulary and whllo In thu city "as becoming more enllghtcped,
visited the military establishments, I Mott-Smlth also explained each Tun
niiiklni; tho comment thnt thlK Island Bn0Bn & his talk waB much appio-
Is to Im'miMlo tho Kruatest naval and
' .... .- ....
military centor or its kiiui in thn
world. Col, Kersoy'H win, who grmlii
nted this yer from Annapolis Is vi
nildshlpmnu on hoard tho Mnn land, j
Coat your Iron roofs witn "Aramo.
Ynu will bo surprised at Ita coollnR
tnrt prosorvatlva propertloi California
Feed Co,, agnts.
""For bl" crd a Bullttln
Of ALLEGED THIEF
Chief of Detectives Leal nrresfcd
J Oba, un alleged fugitive fiorh Jus
tice, last evening nt N'uuanu Val
Iry. It appears that Oba had ab
Kiinilcil from Kauai, whero he Is
ulleged to have embezzclcd a Bum ot
money amounting to about 1700.
Deputy Sheriff Crowd thought
tho mnn wiik located on Oahu some-
nhcro, and at once got Into com-
niunltntlon with tho police foiio
' Chief Leal went on a (till hunt
for the .wanted man, and, through
Information received, was enabled
to' get on his trail yesterday. Then
Inst night the Chief surprised his
man and shipped him back to Kauai
whero he will have to appear In
foutt on tho chaigo as specified.
The members of the Congressional
Delegation had a rare onnorttinltv of
,,, ,, ac(ua, commt,b ,.
Ing nt tho Molokai settlement last
evening when they were guests at a
special moving picture exhibition im
it... '. ...,- ii..ii j . ..
clalC(I tho Congressmen and otheisi
wlli lidil llin trrtrxA frtrtnnn tn Im j I
" "" " " i
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Mr and Mis C. Hedemann uiinoiinco
(bo engagement of their daughter
Allco to Mr Harold Castle.
WHAT HANA PLANNED
Sonic IcIimi may lie unified ot (ho
elaborate iloinrntlon lliiria people
made' (or tho reception of the: Con-
grcBRldnal pnrty nt tho fltit landing
on Maul, from the gctiernl Instruc
tions Ismicd to the various comhil-
teeii. Thc'lmtriictlons show what
would hac Unopened If all the mem-
bers of the party had landed. Many
of tho plans wcro carried ihrougn
an) way. The scheme ioiiowb:
TJio Congressional Tarty will bo
'received at liana by tho Ileceptlou
Committee Manager John Chnlmeis
chairman at the liana wharf nt day
light Sundn) the IZth. of Septem
The Kaulkl Mattery will nro a sa
lute of 21 guns and Harry English
will be oti hand to see that no dam
age will be done to the village.
The Puulkl band will play the
ijtnr Spangled llanner and other
national airs under the direct lead
ership of master Father Frnncls.
Levi Joseph and his assistants
will decorate tho honored guests
with Ids Tnd fl((.wcrs.
The (planting of n "cocoanut trco
will be nt tended to by 0. 0. Cooper
at the beach artcr which all the
guests will ho takon to the manag
er's house by the llcceptlon Com
mittee for breakfast. '
vAftcr the party has had breakfast
they will be shown tholr horses mot
llgs bj Mr. tloend.ihl and will h
accompanied to Nnhlku by Hnna'l
mounted police force rnplnlned b
the Hherirr ot the Dlstilc of llnnn
Tho breakfast at the manager's
house will be strictly for the gucsti
of honor and the party Coming along
fion llnwall with them.
All alonir' from Hnna lo Nulill.u
It Is requested by tlil- Cnntnlttco
thai any nets of tourtev
Tho party Is to icnvc llnu.i t.t i
n. In. sharp no as to meet the Dltrh
dorses at tbe Junction ot tho lower
Nahlku Itoad nt 10 a. in. shnrp.
1"he whole district Is cordially ask
ed th be present and do honor to the
The duties of the Keceptlon Com
mittee are to be prcsdht at Hnna
at daylight Sundiy morning to re
ceive the Congressional visitors and
net as an escort and to help In Borne
general way to mako their short vi
sit a pleasant one. It would bo ad
visable for all tho members of this
mid all other Committees to be nt
liana Saturday night 'and meet nt
Mho liana Court Hotiso on Saturday
night to receive the final Instructions
of tho generat committee.
Tho Lei and Flower Commltteo
will be Shot Iff I.ovl JoBeph and his
force. It Is the wish of this Com
mittee that every assistance possible
will be given to Levi Joseph In tho
mat.cr ot procuring lels and flowers
for the reception of tho bariy in
question. All flowers to bo given In
to tho hands of the various police
Oflleers throughout tho district.
Thoy will In turn bring them to
Tho Decoration commltteo will bo
M. II. Hetiter and the mombors of
road department ns his assistants.
The Transportation committee
will he Mr. Hoendahi of the liana
Store and his assistant! and alt par
ties possessing spare horses, sad
dles, rigs, harness, mule teams and
any thing that can be nut Into ser-
lce for tho transportation of our
honored guests will be thankfully
received. Oeo.-Cooper will be the
committee on singing and music and
anybody thioughout tho Hnna Dls-
trlct who Is tho proudipbssfiBor of a
and vou toromote "temoer-
years the eause of temperance has flourished as
evinced by general statistics. ''-'J'hese same statistics
show a great decrease in the- sale ,of distilled liquors
and a corresponding increase irw'th'c sdle of beer,
Seven people are drinking it today where only one-
. ' ' ''' ' " -'; ''ij,n
person drank it fifty years ago. . This goes to 'prove
that beer is a
cant. And the
At afrWW 2k
iilrlngod Innrunciii Or nn ordinary
Voice will do well to call at the
ilana central oBlce for prnctlco each
.mi ..... ,nlhtr hf thin week.
Men, women, Ijo) and girls all are
n,i.n.. Antlm.lV wlmVan snaro
J .! ofmiv
a chicken or two will plcaso call
fund notUy Judgo Kakanl who will
bo only too pleased to. call bn yovi
for sarrto nt our rcsmoncc.
Fish: J. Kalcwo, Paaohao! Kookl
Nnchc and Bol. AlKau win be me
ones to hunt up all stray fish lying
around the bench next Saturday
night. For further Instructions tno
secretory of this Committee will1 bo
only too pleased to answer In per
son or by Phone nt the Kneleku Su
gar Co.'s ofllco at liana, Maul.
At a meeting ot tho members ot
(he General Committee of liana the
following Committees were named:
neccptlon Able, Ah You, Hale
mana, J, V. Kanllua, S.' K. Kekumu
Horace, D. V. K. Nnplhaa, from Ke
nnnc. II, C. Achong, C. J. Austin,
C. O. Jacobs, .1. Kalwl, Sol. Kapc
jia, John Kapu, Henry Ilcuter, Dan
iel Bylvcster,. V. A. Yates, from Na
hlku and the Rubber licit. John
lietlie", Henry Hush, John Chalmers,
Geo. Cooper, W. II. Dcas. Frank Es
trella, Ml, Ferrelrn, V. I. Hata, J.
K. Hanunn, .Inn llnnuna, W. J.. Har
dy, D. P Kneo, T Kahtiku, L. K.
Kakanl, J. K. Knteo, J. M. Kalco,
K.. M. Kaleo, 11 A. Kcmohe, Knmo
hoi, S. K;Kaulhoii, O. L. Kauliloku,
A. Kauhl, Ku, 0. W. K. Kuulmaka-
ole, 0. P. Knulmaknnle. L. K. Kaua,
Jossln K. Kcoanul, J, Kcaloha, Dan
iel Kelli,sJ. Momoa, Wm. Kekahunn,
P. Kcmohe O. W. Kcoahu, Vnlklkl
Knlml, Noa Kupau, John Luna, J.
K. Lyons, A, Mahukonn, M. O. Ma
kahllahlla, F. M. Maknlke, John Me
delroB, Moses Mlklol, M, Nncole, J.
Naole, Keokl Nalkl, Mahlal, J. Nail
niakaua, S. M. Nckl, It. Ogllvle. Geo
Oploplo, K. Pnahao, L. Papal, K. Pa
pela, M. Pillanl, Hen Pilo. Pot.lnl.
J-uhlhalc,' Sam Pupuhl, M. II. Ro'i
ter, E 8lla. J. Torres. D. K. Ualwa.
Iml Ullamakoa, D. K. Wallehua, S.
M. Wallehua, F, C. Wlttrock and
Joseph Kalewe, from liana. H. T.
Uroderlck, John Glenn, Wm. Haku
ole, Jona Kalwlnea, J, I). K. Kamal,
O. W. Kauhane. 0. Un Fook, Ma
lulu, J. K. Plimanu, Lul Papallmu,
811a I'upul, Philip Bllya and W..W.
Taylor a If from Klpahulu. Aalona
Kanae, Hal, W. II. Scott, J. P. Ina
Ina, K. N. Kanuha, lion. J. W Ka
waakoa, J V Vlorra Jr, Ant Viorra,
Jas. Pllmauna, C. Smith from Kau-l'-
Protect jour property heforo tho flro
comes. A few Badgers on hand would
have extinguished tho flro nt ,V. W.
Wright's In n few moments.
J. A. Hit. MAN.
mii .. r
100 Judd nuiltllng.
(Continued inn Page 2) N
, Now, It -la a welt known fact that
homestead schemes havo been tried
tiore repeatedly and have failed, I
have visited tho scenes of somo ot
thoso failures, nnd In asnuich ns I
am a guest h,ere If would be 'impo
lite for me to express my real opin
ion of somo of them. .Others have
been woll .conceived. The only
truly successful ono that I have aeon,
Stranizc as it may
people, this is frtic.
good normal stimulant
best beer, trie finest tonic, is
JBeer That's JSrewed
that flt Kalnhco, on Kauai, Is the
one In which there has been con
ferred upon the sot tier tho greatest
nmotiHt of pcmonal risk and Inde-
Mttt1 Attf ithil Ittn unin 1 1 out n nii t
of pernicious soup kitchen paternal-
'm. ' Tho Kalahoe homesteader pays
v'1"- lat he rots, and It Is up to ,
hlm. lo make good, or..qult. Ho has i
market, a chance to get his pro-
I ,,UC,B thorVi nt reasonable price, com-
Pillion, something to lose, and
U""'"K "!"""?" lnc". nro
' i" iiibi win create nn
upstanding Amor cj 1.
j anions nn ino-ticierrcnii statures
that have bBccn'cncountcred Th sue-'
rpim nomesioaiung, inero Is ono
which persists throughout except In
the enso of gKalabeo. Th'i, dlfilculty
Is confined not only to homestcagdj
Lut Indeed to every gintcresl and I.
dustr'y In the , Territory Tho ono
great reason why so many thousand
ceres of Hawaiian soil remain unpro
ductive at tho present time Is lack
'of transportation facilities You hao
ncarn mis ong ngo. out still lack
transportation. t Until (ransixirtatlon
Is provided on a parg with other parts
of tho United States and tho world.
tho climate, the sojl, a worth) market I
cnu an wio enormous public spirit or
thb cltlxchs of tils' Territory "will falf
to produce results. Hawaii can pro
duco several dlstlncgtlve crops that
can ho raised arid, claim an exclusive
mnrgket on tho mainland but' tho fact.
Is of llttlo value. Tfio homesteader
can mako very little nso, of hla.crapV
If ho cannot get thentransported to
market at a prlco which will still al
low him a reasonable profit, ,
Tho first transportation difficulty Is
teen In the highway system, although
tho highways of the Territory aro aB
toundlngly god, jet they aro usually
tho main high ways and 4o not extend
to areas that aro most favorablo for
homesteads. This will be corrected In
tlmo, but the fact remains that jour
I Ighwavji should go ahead of your
homestead settlements. (
The second difficulty Is tho 'lack of
railroads on tho Islands. Each Island
thotild be belted by a well equipped
rond which sends spurs Into tho Inter
ior, and moreover, the' construction of
these roads must precede extensive
homestead settlement; especially will
this be true If the Reclamation Act is
extended to these Islands. It Is not
likely that tho Federal Government
wilf expend vast sums ot money to re
claim homestoad lands unless ther Is
guaranteed In somo way suitable rail
road outlets to harbors. Right hero
wo must faco tho fact that thb bonds
of nny railroad constructed In advance
of traffic or terminal outlets aro not
saleable at tho present tlmo. This
difficulty Is a practical one so far as
mllroad construction la concerned, hut
It does not chango In any degrco, tho
necessity for tho railroad construction
In advance of settlement In this Ter
ritory. It Is a plain business llko prop
osition that in order to secure tho con
struction of such roads tho interest on
tho bonds thereof should bo guaran
teed by tho Territory. A socialistic
proposition Is It not? I grant thnt it
Is exceptional, yet In urging exception
al things, I am merely taking my cue
rrnrn tho citizens of this Territory.
You aro constantly urging that tho po
litical and industrial problems of this
Territory should not bo Interpreted
from tho same point of view as similar
proplema are In tho States. In that
contention you are 'correct, but I con
tend that tho exceptional conditions
extend into transportation as they do
Into ovcrj thing else. You must havo
tho railroads In-advnnco of traffic. Tho
only way to secure thorn la to guaran
tee tho Interest ""on tho construction
The third transportation difficulty
R tho lack of harbors. It costs a heap
seem to some
In the past fifty
not an intoxi.
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