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evening rnn.T-wrw. hcwolui.h t. h Tuesday, Jl'LY 30, lttOT EVKXIXU JJlIIJJ'.TIX Published Every Day Kxcept Sunday at 120 KIdk Street, Uunululu, T. H., by the BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD. WALLACE R. FARRINGTON, Editor I?: lit if red at Uih I'uMluttii.'u ill llouo liilu ms: ifc'iml cIiihm ni:itter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. Evening Bulletin, l'er month, anywhere in lT. S.$ .75 l'er quarter, unywhere In V. 3. 2.00 I'eryear, anywheru In IT. 8... 8.00 l'er year, Ht pti Id, foreign... 11.00 Weekly Bulletin. Six months $ .f0 l'er yeur, unywhere In IT. S... 1.00 i or year, puHtpttiJ, foreign... 2.00 Territory of Hawaii, ) Honolulu, )ss: First Judicial Circuit.) (.!. O. llOCKl B, iiimlnesa Matumef of the Ilulletln i'libllahing Compaisy, Limited, being llrut duly iiworn, oil oath deposes und hu.vh: Thnt the fol lowing 1h ii true and enrreet Htat meiit of the circulation for the work muling Friday, July 2. "'' the Daily and Weekly Rdltloua of tin KvenliiK Ilulletln: Circulation of Evening Bulletin Saturday, July 20 2615 Monday, July 22 2510 Tuesday, July 23 2480 Wednesday, July 24 2008 Thursday, July 25 2512 Friday, July 28 2498 Average daily circulation ....2519 Circulation of Weekly Bulletin Tuesday, July 23, 1907 2880 Number of weeklies delivered on Island of Hawaii alone 1282 Combined guaranteed average circulation r 100 PJTLLKTIN I'lIllUSHlNO CO., ICD., by C. G. HOCKL'S, ntiKlnesH Manager, BubM'rlbed and sworn to before me this 27th day of July, Anno this 20th day of July.Anna (SEAL) Domini, 1007. I. 11. BtTRNETTE, Notary Puhlle, Flint Judicial Cimilt. TLKSIJA Y inT,Y"iio,i !H)7. ' .llllo believes that H will eventually land thu automobile road to the Vol cano pit. May llllo never Johu co'ir ago. That, baseball venture Is a law ono that deserves the support of the town In order thai It. may bo repeated in future years. v - - ii. u Commissioner Jshii will find that the subjects of the Mikado are. at pres ent the leading small farmers of the Territory of Hawaii. Should the United Slates linno- that It has but ono man anions eighty million) worthy tho oft"lee of President, It will be the first time. Senator J'ornkor has the prestige of an honest man when ho says In open meeting that he cannot support Sec retary Taft's .aspirations for the Presidency. No business man of Honolulu, can afford to neglect the Hnlijent of trans portation as applied to tourists. Ac tion means luminous and Inaction no business. II, pays to he progressive. Governor Frenr will have one real land mark for his administration If he celebrates the completion of the Ka paa' school. It has occupied a good share of attention during one or more full Governatorlal terms. The paroled prisoner unable to withstand temptation on first trial by no means discredits the parolo nys tem. This experience may be the one lesson needed to keep him straight when ihe end of his sentence is reached. - - j i- i j ji A London dispatch says that the British government has decided against the proposal for an all-rod transportation lino to circle the globe. It holds that the expense is too hoavy. If this be true, tho records will show It as the first occasion of Groat Brit ain considering the expense of en circling tho globe on any proposition. - , The Bulletin would suggest that thoBO enterprises (specially profiting by the Immigration of American farm ers should carry on a special cam paign, which during tho next two years shall demonstrate 'the great good that can be done by the expend iture of Territorial funds along the same lines. Fools playing with the small farm folly are the same that found San Francisco labor unions, and other email deer, not sober when they were drunk. As proof of their sincerity, they seek the Civic Federation for CMnmlBslons to talk before Mohonk Conferences. Small contributions from the baronial estatos thankfully received. ' San Francisco with its theoretical Mayor and appointed Supervisors will probably bo taken as an example pf the superiority of government by ap pointment. The disgraced Supervis ors who resigned und the Mayor In Jail are llvlnc; evidence that any gov ernment will go to the dogs when ""' people say "polities'1 Is bad bnt-luesH, ami leave the work to weal thy criminals and grafter. The Hawaii Yaeht Club Is to be ( ougrat ulated in numbering irr. W. i. Irwin among ilior.e taking a prui'tiinl iiteiv;-:t In ynelilliig. It Is an evidence it tin- rl;;hl kind r eiuiiiiiiiniiy sen timent, when men of .Mr. Irwin's titand liiK come to the front and promote tlm cain.e of the yachtsmen. White such a spirit prevails it, is not neces sary to ipiestlon whether Ihe Hawaii vaclit' which will represent all the people, Will be a SUCceKU. FUTURE POLICIES IN HAWAII. The coming of (lovernor Carter ac companied by Secretary of Commerce and Labor Slraus and Congressman and Mrs. lmgworth will undoubtedly set Ihlngu moving ill un olllelal as well us social way. Hardly less Importuiit than the In struction and entertainment of Secre tary Straus will be the message which Governor Carter will have for the Ter ritory, tne transfer of ul uthorliy to llie new Governor and his message to the people. The silence that has prevailed awaiting the arrival of Governor Cur ler bus been somewhat remarkable, II has the uppouraucu lliut nothing will be decided until he comes on the K'eiii) und gives Ihe directions re ceived fresh from Washington! It also suggests that the people will bo taken Into account, after thu olllelal orders have been ISHIied. Appearances are sometime deceit ful. It may be quite us probable that the new Governor Is walling till the old Governor Is out of the way before he begins to really deal with the sub ject In bund; that he has hi plans ill riady made, having gone over them In quiet conference with those slalen men of the Inner circle who have Ihese many years looked wise und Impressed the community. In any event, the next few weeks will have an Imoprtalit bearing on the future of these Islands. Inning the next month It will be demonstrated whether the government of Ihe Hawaiian Islands Is Territorial in name und a Vleeroyully In fact. II will give an opportunity for the In coming Governor to prove whether he contemplates administering tils office for the benefit of the American peoplo of Hawaii and the mainland or In the interests of u few and tinder orders. These matters are vital to the fu ture of Hawaii. It will determine whether the administration Is to do nothing or something; whether tho Territory will go forward nn un Amer ican Terrfiory or the people must fight for their right b. It will be extraordinary If the latter policy prevails. ii "a, x. ' ;. Ik. jH !; M (if M HONOLULU WEATHER - a- a -a & n July IK). Temperatures (! a. m., 70; S a. m., 80; ID a. m 78; noon, 80; morning minimum, 75. " Barometer, 8 a. m., 29.04; absolute humidity, 8 a. m., 8.806 grain per cubln foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m,, 81 per cent; dew point, 8 tt. m., 74. Wind (I a. m., velocity 4, direction N.; 8 a. m., velocity 3, direction W.; 10 a. in., velocity 10, direction 8. K; noon, velocity 10, direction S. E, Bainfull during 24 hours ended 8 a. m truce. Total wind movement during 24 hours ended at noon, 1C1 miles. WM. B. STOCKMAN, Section Director, U. 3. Weather Bureau, Veto messages of the Governor have been Issued from the Secretary's idllce In pamphlet form. CY'fj.yfBWwS i .mi v. tar ' yfrfef VtMPAHY. ( IMSI - . .&mrgiii"'warr ' rfbnoiulu.Hmufc M Estate Deo't. FOR RENT Alexander Street $12.50 Beretania Street $25.00 Kaimuki $10.00 Waikiki $40,00 Beretania Street $40.00 Beretania Street $35.00 Wilder Avenue $35,00 Pengacola Street , . , . , $20.00 Makiki Street , .$20,00 Lunalilo Street , , $30.00 Lunllilo Street $27.50 Matlock Avenue $25.00 FURNISHED: King Street $45.00 Prospect Street , ,$50.00 Makiki Street $45.00 Wahiawa $35.00 Pearl City $25.00 FOR SALE: A modern, three-bedroom cottage and good-sized lot situated in best residence section of Honolulu, We are authorized to sell this property very low for cash. Particu lars at our office. Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., LIMITED Corner Fort and Merchant SU, Recipe For Saving Money Pay rent to yniirMf. Sit dowji mid figure- out the amount of rent you pay in twelve months, your bills for moving, (he amount for Incidental repair und other ex penses, which do not go toward beiieHlllug YOU. You'll wee It would save money to buy a homo. ' Cull ami let us tell you of the bargain we have." Prices rungs from $1)50 up to $!0,0o0. Trent Trust Co. Iff MO! IS OF MiE COURTS i MR. DAMON'S POLO FIELD OFFERED TO FORT SHAFTER MEN lion. H, M. Hauion has put thu jhjIo field und I lie surrounding country of Moamilun at the dlsposul of Major Dunning, In command ut Korl Hliufier, lor use us a parade ground, and there by solved li problem for I lie olfleei'H of the post. Fort Hliul'ler Is not finished, although the houses are In good shape. Tin re I no parade ground. Mr, l)u niun while vlslllug lint sisl saw the illlllcully under which Ihe olllcers labored and imtiiediulely put tlm uplendld Held or Mounulliu at their command. This will give ample and excellent splice for ull soils of maneu vering und parade. Deputy Attorney General Fred Mil vertoii ri'tiiriitid laut night oil I'iu iiti ui'ic.hlp Nippon Alain from a two luoiilliH Irln Ihmiii'h tin. Iirlenl. iliir- tliig which hi visited China, Japan aid Manila. Mr. Mllv'i en si i.t several dins in Hliaughul bel'i ,e proceeding lo Japan. I" Ihe luttc ii untry lie vhJled y.iii .'iuiiiu, Toki.) NaluiHalvl ami O-.iUa While III YJliohuma he visited the Jupunere coiiiih to see Low Icgul Inisi ncH is curried on there. The court system, he tays, consists of dial i let tourls scullcred ulmr.t through the various elites of the Km plre, ami of un appellate court at Toklo. In the district courts, lor the trial of petty offense, one Judge HlW uloue, but lor more serious ofleuses or rivll cases tnere ure llrvy Jude.e on the bench together. Ill the conns lis In all other 'lues, t (t Japanese ure great Imitator" ot '.i lit r nations, Tne th'"ee JildgiM were Milled III gowns a ceo id in y, to l lie Kng llhh ciihIoiii, hut Instead of wigH they wore little black cap somewhat re sembling a mechanic's cap. The pros ecuting attorney sal ut one end of the bench with the three Judges uud the clerk of the court al tne of her end, Thu litigants uud their ultoitiey wum duwu below. ' Instead of the ullorney examining witnesses, as tliny do here, the exunitl nation, Mllverton say, was carried on by the presiding Judge. At the con clusion of the testimony the prosecut ing attorney got up uud mumbled a Sew word und the utlorney for the de fense did the same. Mllverton slates that he enjoyed hid til j) ury much, but he I now ready to Jilelt up his work where he left It und get down to the dally grind again. The liul which rtiimercij ihe Hom eric clulins that' It Ih well suilHiled with the wuy matters have turned out at Vancouver, The member suy that ! the fuel that the show money which If furnished has been turned over to the .IiipuucHe consul is very reassuring lo them, u he Will hold It in trust for tlieni und .vveuLuully turn it over to them,' .They tfiite furl her tliut they do not fear that, this money will be !pent for the 'maintenance of the Im migrants, uh thu 'consul has no uiilhor- Illy whuluver to, disburse Ii, Tho daffy Portuguese who stands nl day and gazes on the slutim of Kamehumehii 1 was hardly recogniz able toduy, He had had a clean shave mid his features were actually lippiy nit. He uppeured to be proud of It, too. Whenever utiyouo approached ho com menced to fondle his face und snille as II to draw attention to the remarkable alteration. LilH SITES Captain Otwell, U, 8. Engineer, and Cuptaln Carter, Lighthouse Inspector, cul:ed on Acilng (iovornor Atkinson this morning to discus plans relative to new llghthnusa work. The principal subject considered was Ihe met hod of netting usido lund for llghllioiit'e slles, The Acting (lov ernor states Hint ud definite plan were decided mi, as the subject needs further consideration, . The Nippon Maru departed for tho Poa.if about liulf-;iust twelve. There was not so large un attendance lo set her depart as usiiul on account of tlm Ulraclloim ut Ihe Klnaii und Muuiiu lvoa. The Nippon Maru carried a large mull to the Coast. JSHII TO, INVESTIGATE (Continue frnm Page 1) Is highly tlumglli of by the Japanese iiti.(ceiiulilj jl4ji wonderfully shrewi , ami u'lilo slifloHliian, ' "When I urn UiiimikIi with the Hull ed HI ate I shall jiroceed to Canada mid extend my general iiibpectlon ol Japanese affairs. A treaty ha been perfected beiwertti the government ol japan und Cuniidu Rome time ago und 1 would like to further the commcr-r-lfil relutlonslilp heiwcen those coun tries. I expect' to hear all kinds of complaint und''u:geslious during my olllelal inspection und will puss Judg ment only upon liearlng the two side uf the cttso." 'i "Have you heard of the coming of Becrelury til runs of the Depurlmenl of L'ommcrce and Iibor?" usked the re porter, "No, J, liuve not," said Islih, I "It I certain V a great pleasure to mo to hear of hi coming. When Is Hec rctary-Blruiui expected here?" 1 "Tomorrow," answered the reporter. "If such Is the cuse, I(shull certainly endeavor to have an audience wllh lilm, where I can pay my respect to 1 1 J ut. I am exceedingly fortunate to be here In time to meet such u high ofllclul us Hecretary Strauss." lion. IC, IhIiII whs educated in Japan mill graduated from the Imperial Uni versity of Tolilo in the year 1HH',). He entered tho Foreign OHIce Hcrvlce and was dispatched lo Ftaive as a Hecro lary to thu Japanese Legation c.iflnR Ihe yeur 1800 to 1890. Mr. Ishli l by profession a lawyer of exceptional ability. He spculi the French lan guage fluently. IE 30 Our Semi-Annual Remnant Sale OF tri Cotton Goods, Linens etc .BEGINS NEXT Thursday, August lstat 8 a.m. Thousands of choice length! of LAWNS,' BATISTES, ORGANDIES, DIMITIES, MADRAS, SHIRTINGS, PER CALES, CALICOES, PIQUES, DENIM3, SILK0LINES, CRE TONNES, SWISSES, GINGHAMS, SHEETINGS, MUSLINS, GRASS LINENS, BROWN LINENS TABLE LINENS, Etc., Etc., will be told at pricei that will close them out with a rush, Come Early if you would have a Good Selection, for good things don't last long at an EHLERjSf ALE, HB.F. EHLERS &.m, T OE3E301 3E H TTfc .IP. -W W F- -f ' ' - " - y 'A ii 4 r 4 4 i 4 Ano.ther Big Sale On Tap IT OPENS THURSDAY AUGUST, 1ST We refer to our Qreut AUGUST WK-DOWN SALE " 1 " 'S Promises are good, but performances are better. We will perform all and more than we promise here. We promise prices that have never been equaled in this city on goods of a like quality. No prudent housewife can afford to. mfs$ this sale. Rememberl It opens next Thursday morning. Come, early-come often,. , Here Is a list of some of the goods that will be offered: LINGERIE AND SILK WAISTS Complete stock to be eold out, Coodi of the highest quality and represent the newest and prettiest styles All In season. Prices will be cut almost in. half. LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS To clear out the entire lot, the prices are marked down way below what they cost us. Panama, Alpaca, Voile end Etamlne. Some of them hive silk drops. See window dleplay, SILK AND SJ.TEEN UNDERSKIRTS A large variety to chooee from and very piece a big bargain, FANCY NECKWEAR Embroidered stocks and turnovers of 35c, 40c and 60c quality will sell for 2.V ach' PARASOLS Pretty eecti In white parasols with handsomely embroidered borders. Only a few left, hence the big reduction, GLOVES Ladles' lisle gloves In white, elbow lengths, marked down to 7J5 a pair, For this sale only, WAIST PATTERNS Pure linen shirt waist patterns In pretty designs reduced from $7 to ' 83.50. RIBBONS Fancy Ribbons In aeeorted patterns. One hundred pieces In flowsrsd ef fects, Roman stripes, Psrslan small checks, plaids, etc, marked down from 3Bo and 40c per yard to 25, A FrI CW Model Block, L-L-4KJHy9 . Fort Street. 4 4 rP- The 8eaeon'a latest creation: CANTELOUPE SUNDAE Ask tht man at th fountain, V3 iKiimrnrjrAT ll mum WMM& CARD OF THANKS. Mrs, Robert Llalimau and family lv hlvu In IIiIh manner to thank tlK'lr frlonda for tho niuny acta of kIikIiikhh iiii'l gniiit Hympitlliy hIhiwii (Iiii'Iiik Uiclr iKirloil of biiioavemont. CREAM PURE RYE THE WHISKEY AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION Rich and Mellow LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS. 902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 303, L. C. Abies, REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. , Office With The Watcrhouie Co., Judd Building F. 0. Box 243, Phone Main 132. ft. BASEBALLS, O0LF BALLS AND SPORTING GOODS, WALL, NJCH0LS CO., Ltd The Kind For You ANYBODY can make clothes; it takes brains to make our Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes, Talent, with needle and shears, directed by intelligence ripeqed by 52 years of knowing how, has given these clothes Ihe style and distinction which have won them fame and following among judicious dressers. M. Mclnerny, Ltd,, Port nd Merchant St.