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EVENING 1UU5TIN. HONOLULU, T II.. WEDNESDAY, PHD 20, 190J
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sun-Jay. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED TRESS.
Wallace R. I-rrJtiKtoi-i.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
HVHMM1 IJUI-t-IJIlN WUHKlAUUI-LllllN
r Usnlh. n)hfrr hi I " O .7R ftt 5I Month .Bo
Pr yuarKl, auili c In t S 3. oo l'er Yr, n wlure in L S l.oo
IVrtfar antHlific in I H.oo Pcre.n anwTlirre In C'ana.la Ivfio
Hert.ii pop.ul kii-iKH. I ! Per tear iioMianl luteiv 2.oc
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in tie Territory
Editorial Rooms, - 185
(lite up Pearl II irlior '
n$ht has Jurt begun
Honolulu's plans fin tin oiilerl.iln
munt of Uio Fleet lire or llie Ktrlttl
An llitcr-Ulauil baseball series
ought ti bo possible wlion etery oth
er corner lot from Hawaii to .Villain,
has It baseball teams
me man who i rles out ngalnst mn
hlin- polities u-iiall ban an ate to
grind, for which reputable partis ins
trfUFe to tarn tbe wheel.
Achl spouts good Kopubllcan doe-
trine when he proposes to reduce Wo can hardly say that It Is sur
Terrltortal ofnclnl machinery, now prising to find tho pecplo whd hao
doubling up on work dono by tho "' docatlng lowl option In the
Counties. liquor trairie of this Tcnltory. now
' culetly baching a proposal to enforce
Ktva eomoj to the front with Its
usuully happy showing. Tho pity of
It Is that all the others nie not III-"
Ktva, though most eveiyonu outside
Hawaii thinks they are.
, Everv , lilen of Hawaii Is or should
be for a hljji niatectitc tariff Th"
prosperity of the Islands U alwolnM)
dependent on It, and no theory inn
make It olhorwl.e
' and there Is not much prospect of his
Achl's decision tti IIolU by hlmieli bolng anything but a wild-eyed on
mayba'InsTlred by tho success o' labor ' Ihusl.ikt oter "anjfhtng lo get pio-
l'nlltlca On the COatt. He should b wia.-.ii .. n.liriyy;y
warned, however, by the end lo ..lib'i
the labor-politics leaders' come
The United States Goternment a!
lovu the battleship lleet $3000 for en
urtnlnnunt during Its trip lira.'
appropriate! $li!tl,i.(in frr the ert 1
talnmr'it at Klo de Janeiro, and mor
waa fcpent What will Honolulu do?
Pineapple Kellogg has been quoted
r.Horrowri.ily cite larh.g that the .lai-
unr 0 t7ll! ntln the pineapple hind-
r Immediate!) everyone nh'
who llrst Introdmed the Japanese If.
Sixteen battleships make Honolulu
htutter a bit when dlsrussing what In'
no with them. Yet this Is Jmt n fore '
taste rf the litiflneis (omlng this way '
a- the progress of the l'aillli strike ,
Its natural pace.
Honolulu 1b gctdng a pretty fill1
tourist season though tile panic dll
doltiy the nrrlval of many. The In
( omlng passenger lists of this vear
will rise up with-any of former yiar
during the same montln.
After President Itoaasvelt gets his
"fortify Hawaii" test properly lm
pressed on the members of Congres.,
l.e should tal.e up the 1 ry of "populat
Hawaii" to further the iau-o of i:tiro
The nr.nager for the Harrlmau line
centering at Portland asks wlnt'i
tho rallroads.v ould bo fools enough tu
employ Japanoso labor on their roa 1
If there were any leal flauger of v 1
and tonrcquent destruction of niiil.i 1
of dollors worth of railway piopetiv
'1 lie question nnowera itself
-1 " Ten acres of pineapple land at Wa-
Fifty shlps-of-war In San Francis- liiatya. Good loeation. More land
co harbor Is an argument for tho do- adjoining if desired,
volopment of Pearl llaibor. That is Building site: College Hills, 40,
(ho only place where such an tiggrc- 000 eq. ft. Owner will accept mort
gatlon can bo nctommodatcd In H.i- gnge for full purchase price of land
wall. Tim spaeo will hoon bo needed provided buyer builds house.
for that number of merchant shipa .
as well. " FOR RENT FURNISHED
A memorial must bo flist appro-
prlato and becondly permanent. Tho
MLKinley High School with a Mc-
Klnley library satisfies each of these
demands In a manner that is attract-1
lve to tho people and should lie to
tho trustees of tho JIcKinley memo-
In the work we of this genera- i
tton aro In, there Is, thanks to
the Almighty, no danger of blood
shod and no nso for tho awoid ,
This Is reassuring. From the way
tho Proildcnt has talked at times,
(hero liiw. been jmnchjigBcMIon of,
bricks 'being 'heaved,' , j
4 m. '
The cln.t' of a partisan cojnmlttce
iisv to pass Upon Iho" parttzan 'stains
of u candidate for ofllco an.d jjolim-
Office, - 25
E'ltTetl Hi llitr I'mtolTin at Honolulu
m n m I im mvier
FEBRUARY 26, 1008
such counsel as It may consider
mat) i lil to paitv and community '
t.iir..ie 'I ho lesponslblllty for np
piiliitnients must rest with tho Ad
ministration, nnd attempted dletii-
! thin either way Is sure to huto dls-
jastious result. Stilct partlzanshlp
and boss rule are not In the samo
ehiss nnd should nut bo 10 associated,
doaplto the fact that those "lndc-
t pendents" who aim to smash the par
tv preach the doctilno that the strict
puitv man Is either n Ikma or one
PROHIBITION BY FEDERAL LAW.
prohibition b Federal enactment.
If theto Is tiny ono thing that tlo
I.'.Ich the splilt of local option and
local self-government. It Is a law th.it
Iiim es the responsibility for the con
trol of the liquor trnfllc of (Hawaii
from the Territorial to the Federal
We confess, however, that we do
not oxpett the aterage piohlbltlonlst
to bo consistent. He never has been
IN GRAND ERUPTION
I Liquid Fire has risen in the pit
1 123 feet and is risintr at the rate of
jo feet dailv
visitors report tho awful grandeur
,,r tll0 Bt(ne ,n.ynm, ,Iescr,I)tnn
,,,, ,,,.,, ,)f Intenso nct,vt rc
nill stt rll0 ,lf IonB ,,rilMim. Don't
,u,uy J0r ut , ,, v.ollll.won.
I,l,.. ,! nil llm nnioirlnnllv nf n
. .. ...... .... .... UJ.,... ....... ,, ... ..
1 lifetime, don't bo dissuaded from tuk-
! lug the trip.
Tho S. S. "CI.AUDINK" will lento
Honolulu for Illlo on I'Mdny, rehru
niy Stli. nt lite o'clock p.in.
Slio is a lino Iron steamer, fast and
Secure your nassarrc at once.
For In format Idn regarding tho. trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Ccr. Fort and Merchant Sts.,Honolulu
Hotel Street $50.00
Prospect Street $80,00
K.imuki f. . . .$37,001
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Kinau Street $33.00
i Lunalilo Street $25.00
Xounfj Street 325.00
King Street S25.00
Kinau Street $30.00 1
Kewalo Street $22.50
Kintf Street $16.00,
Aloha Lane $18.00 1
Matlock Avenue $25,00
Emma Street $24.00
Bcrctauia Street $10.00
i -r- '
Corner Fort nnd Morch-'int Sti.
Iilbltlon." The cntnpnlgn for prnhl-
billon which must bo distinguished
fiotn (lie campaign for tcmpcianco
lias, more often (linn nu(, been mark
ed by nets which, If done liy oppo
nents, would bo bitterly nnil con
temptuous!) referred to as Jesuitical '
-tliu means Justlfjlng the end This
of the facts that linn to bo
The average prohibi
tionist doesn't nretend to listen to
reason. All he knows Is that "liquor I
must go'." '
Willi nil film maiinrl I'm i lin men
and good women of ono thought, we'
do not bcllete the people of the Ter
rltory of Hawaii wIbIi prohibition or
regulation of tho liquor traffic by
It Is all very well for Congress to
lemovo the hnr from the Capitol res
taurant and prohibit tbe sale of
liquor In tho District of Columbia
Congress happens to be tho govern
ing power for the local affairs of the
District,-and Is Justified In ordcilng
Its household affairs to suit Itsolf
Fitim the Congressional standpoint
I ho Territory of Hawaii Is ti long
way from home, and, following tli
American principle of local self-government.
It should bo allowed to dc-
,cluo ",r ,u,c- """' BUC" rao uur
i'"i'" " "' iiicaiminu ml
the lesponslbllltles of llquor-tralllc
Far f 1 0111 tho conditions associated
with tho liquor business fti this Ter
iltfiry going from bad to tvoise, tho
very retortc has been (ho case. Nu
merous experiments hato been inado
and nlthough (he picsent liquor law
has (he faults of all human-mndo
laws, It Is an agent of (empcranco on
When (ho people of (ho Tcrrliory
of Hawaii tote for prohibition of the
liquor Unfile, It will be time enough
Roosevelt Believes Some
J' Judges Deserve Criticism
ltooscvclt In his latest messago
sas of tho high office of Judge:
Host certainly It bchootes us nil
to treat with tho utmost respect tho
high finite of judgo; and our Judges,
as n whole, aro brute and upright
men. ltespect for tho law must go
hand in hand with iespcc( for tho
judges; nnd, ns a whole, It Is truo
now as In the past that tho Judges
stand In character and scivico alio to
nil other men among their fellow'
rcrvants of tho public. There Is nil
the grcatci need that tho few who
lull In this grent ofllte, who fall be
low this high standard of Integilty,
of wisdom, of sympathetic under
standing and of courage, should havo
their ccs opened to tho neoda of
their countrymen. A Judge Wi 011
(he bench either (ruckles (o (ho 1.10
and BI11I11U3 from slcrnly repressing
tlnlcnco nnd disorder, or bows down
before a corporation; who fulls to
ttand up valiantly for tho rights of
property on tho oun hand or on tho
other by misuse, of tho process of In
junction or by his attitude, toward
nil measures for (ho betterment of
the conditions of labor, makes tho
tvagotvorkcr feel with bitterness that
(ho courts are hostile, to him; or who
falls to reallzo that all public serv
ants In their tevcial stations must
strive to stop (ho tibuscs of tho crim
inal rich such 11 man performs un,
cten worse service to tho body pol
itic than tho legislator or oxecutlve
who goes wrong. Tho judgo who
docs his full duty well stands high
er, and renders a bettor service to tho
pioplo, than any other public seiv
ant; ho is entitled to gi enter re
spect: and If ho Is a truo servant of
tho people, if lie is upilght, wise and
fearless, ho will unhesitatingly (dis
legard oven the wishes of tho people
it they conflict with tho eternal prin
ciples of right ns against wrong. Ho
must servo the people; but ho must
1 fccrvo his own conscience first. All
honor to such a judge; and nil honor
tan not bo rendered him If It Is ren
dered cqunlly to his brethren who
till Immeasurably below the high
Ideals for which lie stands. Untruth
ful atticism Is wicked nt nil times,
and whoovor may bo tho object; but
It Is 11 peculiarly flagrant Iniquity
when 11 Judge is tho object. No man
should lightly crltlclbo 11 judgo; no
man Bhould, oven in his own mind,
condemn a Judgo unless ho Is sure nf
tho facts. If ti Judgo is assailed for
standing ngatust popular folly, nnd
above alt foi standing against mob
tloleneo, all honorable men should
J inlly Instantly to his support Novor-
11 i TU ATlC MCliinCT AtUn
ALU 1 El 1 jlW3l Anil
BEST IN THE,
PRTfODU n CTf IfllH A
; RELIEVED BY PE-B1HHL
MDE. J0S-PII BEAUDOIN.
Mdc, Joseph llcaudolrt, CO Iluo St.
Olivier, Quebec, P. Q., Can., writes:
"l'eruna la wonderful for Indigestion.
I cat whatever I want and no longer
feel any oppresldn.
"Having had djspcpsh (or a long
Unto and hating tried tnrlous otliei
remedies, I decided to (ry I'eruna and
with tho fourth buttle of It I was
Tor this rcaon I recommend It lo
all tlioso who nro suffering with that
terrible- malad , dyspepsia.
"I hopo that nil who aro nflllcted In
this way will tako Pcrnna ns I did."
Tho experience, of Mdc. llenudoln
ought to 1)0 suflletent proof to any ono
of the vnltio of 1'nrun.i in cares of ca
tarrhal dyspepsia. If yon suffer from
stomach catarrh In any of Its various
forms, glvo I'eruna n fair trial, avoiding
In tho meantime alt such IndUcrctlons
Indict as would tend to retard n cure,
and Jim will toon bo rewarded by a
normal appctito and healthy digestion.
The following wholesalo druggist"
wilt supply the retail tradot
Uenson, Smith & Co., Honolulu,
Honolulu Drug Co., Hawaii
thcless If ho clearly falls to do his
duty V)' tho public In dealing with
lawbreakliiK corporations, lnwbrcak-
liig men of tveSah, ho must cltpcct to
feel the Weight of public opinion;
and this Is lint light, for except In
extreme r.iso tills Is tho only way In
which he caiibe reached nt all. No
scrtant of tho people has a light to
expect tu bo free from Just and hon
est tiltic Ism. .
DIVORCE LIHV HD
aura hi knit
Judge He Holt tills inclining grant
ed Mai la l,l Kanoho a dltmie from
her husband, Joseph Kanoho, on the
ground of non-suppoit. '
This case was up before Judgo
I.lndb.i last week, tho plaintiff in
that trial charging tho llhelleo with
adulteiy Tho husband came back
with a inuntei-chaigo of ndulteiy
against his ttlfo. Kach proved the
tiulh of tho chmgt, nnd the Judgo
throw (he case out of unit A sec
ond libel wan (hen bicught before
Judge Do Holt, tho clung? In that In
Uur.ce being non-support, and ttio
pepaiatlon wanted by each party was
Harry K. Thaw's nttoinoja nro to
niahe no Immediate effort to bccuio
his release from tho JIatteawan Asy
The Ohio Senate passed a bill for
County option every tnreo ears on
tho Fnloon question.
ih)k fmk &o.g(
Ono Of the choicest build
ing sites in Manoa. Over 0
acies, ofland. Five min
utes' walk from end of car
line. Beautiful view of
mountains and sec, Land
cleared and suitable for
cultivation of pineapples or
for small farming. The en
tire piece will be sold at a
very low figure. "-
fimk fimk hnM
FVPDV T1!.F irnn
""" I"'" IUU
you'll ring the beli for the second; and it will
bes ready the cooK knows good coffee and
he knows you'll want more. Our coffee has
always been flooular. but since the great im
provement in the roasting process it is more so than ever before.
People who have once used it will never be satisfied with any other
kind. It's a great deal better than before; but the price is the
same. 25c tlie Pound.
HENRY MAY & CO., X.T0D.,
Wholesale 92 Phones 22 Retail
w m ofc . awa nwgaw niw iwiilii i I nr. iiim iwiai wmiaMWia.wnm , 1
NEW - TG-&AY
IN Till: CIRCUIT COl'IlT OF THU
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At'
Chambeis; In Probate. In tho Mat
ter of the Cstate of Joso ltlcardo, Do-
leased. Older of Notice of Ileal lug
Petition for Probate of Will. A iloc-j
umelit purpoitlng to be tho last will'
nnd testament yof Juso ltlcardo, de-!
ceased, having op tho iCth day of
February, A. D. 1908, been presented
to said Piobatc Court, nnd n petition
Issuance of totters testamentary to
Frank Andtndc nnd David Dayton
having been filed by said l'rank An
dracle and David Da) ton, l( Is ordered
that Monday, (ho 30th day of March,
A. D. 1JU8, at 9 o'clock a. m. or Said
clay, at tho court room of t.a!d touit
at Honolulu, be and tho samo Is here
by appointed tho ttmo and place for
protlng said will and hearing hald
application. It Is fin thcr ordered
that nuttco thereof bo given, by pub
llcatlon once n week for three Biuces
stto weeks In tho Evening Dullcllu
new3papor, tho last publication to bo
i.pt less than ten dajH previous to tho
ttmo therein appointed for hearing.
Dated lit Honolulu, Feb. 2fith, 190S
(Sgd.) lAl.HXANDLIU LINDSAY,
Second Judgo of tho Circuit
, Court of tho I'll at Cliuilt.
At'tcst: CSil.) L. I. SCOTT, Cteik.
398G 1'eb. iC; Mch. 1, 11, IS.
ELECTION OF OFl'ICERS.
00KAIA SUGAR PLANTATION CO.
At the Annual Meeting of Share
holder nf Ookala Sugar Plantation
Co, held In Honolulu on Fehruaiy
2S, 1908, the following olilccrs were
duly elected to servo for tho ensuing
Jas, F. Morgan President
J. II. Dowsett Vice President
0. H. Robertson Treasurei ,
E. ?. Bishop . . . , Secretary
T. II. Robinson Auditor
H. Armitage, P. Muhlendorf, J.
A. Kennedy .... ..-... Directors
v W. NOItTH,
Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 26, 190S.
The mairlcd life of Mltsu Obnyn
fchl has not been one long swcot
dicam, and sho lias concluded to cud
hcY niailtal troubles by obtaining n
divorce from Sultaro Obaynshl, If pos
slble. In her libel summons tiled to
day she alleges that her husband has
treated her In an extremely cruel
manner. Destdes this, hoton't ttoik
but Is content to lite off the earnings
cf tils wife, at one ttmo forcing her
to glvo hi in tho money to make n
trip to Japan and back. On his re
turn ho lejumed his brutal treatment
and finally on Feb. 11, met her out
tldo tho house on Pacllic Heights,
where she wa working as a houru
servant, dragged her to n tacant cot-
tago nearby, and, announcing hla In
tention of killing her, threw her on
the ground nnd kicked her, bent her on
tho head with a chair, and would havo
killed her, had not her screams brought
help for her. On account of her In
juries and fear of farther auuro, sho
was removed by her mistresi to the
protection of tho trrannch Wc3loy
ALBERT WAJillOUSE SUED
Mary Kapala Kalelklul today
brought rult arjalnst Albert Water
house, administrator of tho cstato of
A. Katihl, deceased, for ?13,3S1-".
with interort. costs and attorney's fees.
Tho conjplaint alleges that Katthl ro
eelted $13,389 10 as trusteo for the uio
and benefit of tho plalAtltT from April
5, 1882, to February 27, 1907, at Hwa,
and promised to j.py her, but up to (ho
ttmo of his death, February 27, 1907
had failed to do so' , t '
Watcihnuro wns 'appointed adiululs
ttator of the oetaTo, and ho lejerts tho
claim of the plaintiff and lefuscs to
finich tho firct run nf
IUIIJII 111, OlJl VUi w.
MAY Ntn FKUlttt
I KTP K93 C17.T) .-t-iVN t3ran?i ? ..
y&f tfa rf (Sal
Malic a small deposit only, and wc
send the Victor to your home.
Then a little payment each week
will coon settle the balance.
It's easy that way. Come and ask
us for particulars.
B:-rgstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Use Pure Milk
Bon't take chances with milk that may contain typhoid
jerms. Our condensed milk is used very generally on the Pacific
Coast instead of ordinary co.v's milk. It 13 so rich in natural
flavor and butter-fat that it is preferred by many in tea, toffee, co
coa, and chocolate, while it makes the best body for gravies,
sauces, ice-cream, fricassees, etc. .
If jou try it once, you will see tlt it i3 all wc claim.
.' -V.'"-,.- ly,J7 'ff J-J3VTT.J im.T
is thoroughly sterilized and evauoratcd by a hygienic process to
the consictenoy of a rich crjam, and is readily digested and as
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
NOT FOR HER
"My motto," said the new arrival, "Is
'Pay aa jou go, It wouldn't do In
my buslne33," lojolncd the lanulnfly.
"My tcims nro cash In adtame."
John D. Rockefeller and his son-lu-law,
Harold MeCcirmlck of Chicago,
aro prepailng . to piovldo suinni"!
I.lajgiounds for city bos. Tho llrt
of these is to lie tu u Michigan wil
derness hear Manistee.
makes a handsome
We have just received a
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.'
The prices nre very reason
able. li. F. Wichman &Xo.
"LTD. t . "
3 , LEADING JEWELERS
with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANKUAL-for daily ref
erence. Each or all to be had at
Thrum's Book Store
ARE STILL OPEN
Accommodations uricnualed nnv-
i . . ... . -
; wnere on tnc iieacn.
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aTJiirft'ii-ifii.iiiii.iia(iif iiii in' fr
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