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No Store will thrive in the hands of a timidadvertiser
From San Francisco:
Alameda Mar. 6
America Mnrn Mar. 9
For San Franciico:
China Feb. 29
Manchuria Mar. 7
Aorangl Mar. 7
Moann Mnr. 4
Occasional advertising reminds us
cf the old days when firemen resorted
to the bucket lines. It took a great
many pails of water to make an im
pression. Constant Advertising is
like a stream of water from a steam
engine "It (lets To The Mark Quick
ly." BULLETIN ADVERTISING IS
HONOLULU'S BEST BID FOR BUSI
HESS. Evening Bulletin .
3:30 O'CLOCK BIG ADVERTISING PAVES THE WAY TO THE BIG STORE EDITION
VOL. X. NO. 3938
14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29. (908-14 PAGBS
PRICE 5 CENTS
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Postal Saving Bill
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 29. The House hiw passed the bill au
thorizing the Governor of Hawaii to pay persons entitled to moneys im
the postal savings bank to the credit of deceased persons. This clears
up deposits of the Postal Savings B.-yik existing under the Republic of
FLEET SAILS AGAIN
CALLAO, Peru, Feb. 29. The American battleship fleet sailed to
fay for Magilalena Bay. President Pardo reviewed the fleet.
MRS. NOYES KILLED BY MINING ENGINEER .
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Feb. 29. Mrs. Charlotte Hoyes, a wealthy wid
ow of this city, was shot dead today by W. P. McComas, a mining engi
neer. GUNS FOR MANILA
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb. 29. Twelve 0-inch guns for land fortifi
cations were shipped to Manila today.
COPPER MINES REOPEN
BUTTE, Mont., Feb. 29. The
gammcd'Coppcr Company will be reopened on Monday.
' MOTT-SMITH IS
StILl AT LARGE
Secretary Non-committal and as Yet
Alto Non-Committed Re
Secretary Mott-Smltli, who Is
wanted by the Sheriff of tho County
of Hawaii fur hunting on that Island
r without a license. Is still at large.
Ilo did nut show up nt hl ofilco thin
morning until nftcr his usual time,
and It wns suspected that ho might
lmvo got wind of tho pillkla In storo
for him and taken to the woods,
'fills, however, proved to bo a ground
less suspicion. Tho Secretary is de
termined to bravo tho matter out and
live It down If possible Ha appeared
!t the Capitol with his customary
Tho Secretary Is non-committal
and alto, an yet, non-committed. He
tajs that he Is safe until Tuesday,
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Marshal Hendry returned from Ha
waii this morning with four witness
es who nro wanted to appear boforo
tho Grand Jury to give evidence
n gal list Moses Kokl, tho Kamuola
postmaster who Is accused of cmboss
rllng from Uncln Sam, and possibly
of a nioro serious crime.
FOR THE HOT DAYS COMING.
WHITE LISLE SrflRTS and DRAWERS:
Cool, comfortable, sanitary 75(i per garment
Ribbed, sleeveless 1.00 each
Short-sleeved coat; knee drawers. . . .50 per garment
SCRIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIGGAN:
In shirts and drawers 75 per garment
ALL NEW STOCK. EVERY SIZE.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
Anaconda smelter mines of the Amal-
DITCH WATER WILL
Record Area Will De Put Under
Cultivation for the
Tho annual meeting of tho Pacific
Sugaty Mill Co. (Ktikuthnelo) wai
held this forenoon at tho unices of
Sclmofer &. Co., and the following of
ficers clrctcd for tho ensuing year:
F, A. Schacfer, president; 10. A.
Mott-Smltli, vlco president; J. W.
Waldrou, hocrotary; W. I.anz, treas
urer; Audit Company of Hawaii, au
ditor. Directors; I A. Schncfcr, K.
A. Mott-Smith, W. Lanr, J. W. Wal
drou, Cecil Ilrown, 11. Kocko, K. II,
Munagor Ahrons roporled that a
largo number of impiovemcnts had
bcon niado during tho past year, tho
mill being especially In excellent
chape, driers and crystalllzers having
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The demurrer in tho matter of
tho assumpsit suit of Magoon versus.
Hmmelutn was today stricken from
Judge Do Holt's calendar for lack of
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S.
STREET AND FORT.
Cane, Pineapples, Ranch
And Rubber All
A profit of $294,19C92 was shown
for tho past year by tho Maul Agricul
tural Co. at Its r.unual meeting lliU
forenoon. Of this amount tho Haiku
Sugar Co. received Its 12-3!ith fliaro,
amounting to S2(),73tf.77, and the Pala
Plantation Its 18-35ths share, amount
ing to S44.o9R.in.
Tim annual rnport of Manager II.
A. llalilwln repiln In part as follows:
On the wholo tho ear. 1907 was n
fairly goo I year for tho plantation. Wo
had sufflclcnt water for our young
nana nt all tlmcc, and had a good sup
ply of laborers.
In tho first pait of the car we had
severe southerly storms that dfti con
t.lderablo damage to our illtrh but this
has been h fixed that In tho futuro
wo need not foar freshets. Except for
tho storms mentioned, tho rnln was
well distributed throughout tho year
Our expenses weru materially added
to on account of furnishing houses ami
aero homesteads to a numborof Por
tuguese and Spanish Immigrants.
1907 Crop. I)y ripening nnd cutting
120 ncics of short ratonns that wo had
planned to cultivate for tho I90S crop,
wo brought up our output to a llttlo
over the ostlmato given you )ist year
of 20.0D0 tons. Wo produced 20,163
tons which amount should havo been
exceeded from tho Holds originally
planned for ?;! crop If it had not
been for poor Julco during tho first
part of tho season duo to tho warm
wet Spring. Right tons of rnno were
required on an average to produco one
ton of Biigsr whereas at most seven
and a half tons should lmvo been suf
ficient. Owing to tho congested! freight con
ditions, murh of our sugar was stored
boforo shipping as long ns four months
unci ronsldcrabln deterioration took
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t: I know how Hawaiian bliculd tt
IX bo properly spelled. And Iknowctt
tt how tho Advertiser wants to JI
U spoil it. Kan a-k-a is ono of XX
XX tho ways tho Advertiser wants to SC
XX spell It." n
This Is John Who's Idea of the tt
tt situation as oxprcssed this noon. St
tt "As for Kopolkal, wo all know SS
tt that ho was not wanted In office, tt
tt John Wiso wasn't after tho tax tt
tt nssescorshlp this tlmo. Hud ho tt
tt been ho would lmvo filed an ap- tt
tt plication probably." tt
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1 (lot ready for A. Dlom'a grand clear
onco salo Monday morning. It wDl bo
tho biggest bargain salo of tho year.
Slaughtered prices In every depart
ment. Sco half-page ad. today.
your estate, business or pri
vate property. We'll col
Ject rents, pay taxes, make
investments, and return
regular statements of in
come. We will aot as Trustee,
Administrator, or Advisor.
WE'LL do the worrying
Fori St. Bcpoluln
And Mother Write
Away back In the Stato of Illinois
I hero Is a loving father and mother
MixtotiKly waiting for borne word
Irom their wayward,, runaway boy,
who Is shipped as a sailor on hoard
the American ship ,$dward Bewail
from ilaltlmoru and duo nt this port
nt any moment. Tho father's nnnio
Is Krncst Clemens Wernlughaus and
hlH home Is In Oak Park, County of
lie. has written to tills port, giving
his power of attorney to C. J. Schoon
Ing, tho gas engine nnd automobile
uspcit, who Is an old friend of tho
unlit, nud whom ho commissions to
lake charge of tho lad anil send him
unck home once more. The nsmo of
the boy is Ernst Wllhclm Wernlng
haus and ho wnsborn Feb. 10, 1890,
bo ho is a minor and therefor could
not sign on tho Sown 1 1 an an nblo sea
man. Tho boy left hU fft'ii't On Septem
ber 23, 1907, and Went tu-Unltlmore,
whero the nmdavlt states that ho was
ill red as a sailor by Captain Quick.
C. J. Schoening of this city Is given
authority to take any nnd all action
such as a father would take. Young
Wcrnlnghaus was born In Wormels
Tho American ship IMwanl Sewall
It; out 147 days from Baltimore, and
blio Is looked for any day. She Is
making "an unusually long passage,
and fears for her safety aro expressed
by somo people. When sho arrives nt
thto port, Shipping Commissioner Al
my, In whoso possession nil tho doc
uments and papers now arc, will turn
tho youthful truant over to tho caro
of C. J. Schoening, who will sco that
ho is sent back to his heart-broken
mother. Money was sent by the boy'a
tather for expenses homo.
PORTO WO), TlllY
WASHINGTON, Kcb. 19. An
Indirect recognition of Porto III-
co as n territory of the United
Stutcs was determined upon to-
day by tho House Committee
1- nn Insular Affairs by an amend-
incnt to n favorablo report of
the Cooper bill. That bill, as
originally Introduced, provides
that Spanish residents of Porto
Illco, with certain specified ox-
4 ceptlons, shall constltuto "a
body politic under tho name of
tho prcsldout of Porto Illco."
Tho committee amended tho
bill ho as to read "under tho 4
nnmo of tho territory of Porto
t- Rico," and In that shapo It was
4- favorably roported.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
J. Hopp & Go.
M'Kinley Memorial High School
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THIS IS THE HONOLULU HIGH SCHOOL stractare, now in process of erection, which it is nroposcd to
designate as the McKinley Memorial High School and make the bo leflciary of the McKinlcy Memorial
fund that has been dormant for quite n number of years. The plan is to expend a portion of the
funds for a bust or medallion of President McKinlcy to bcWaccd in the vestibule of the buildincr.
The money remaining will be devoted
.aimcy memorial winuow. nic siuuenis oi me scnooi are enmuseu over me prospect, me uumni win
meet on Monday evening, and the Commission of Public Instruction arc said to be practically unanimous
in support of the excellent project. The comely .te of the new school-house will be bid next week.
Ado 111) II
"Talk about tho color Hue,"
said Achl this forenoon, "them
S- In no such thing In tho labor
! "The Advertiser la doing moro
i- haim, In tho estimation of tho
Hnwallans, than anything that
I know of. I will show and 4
prove to these people who nro
howling so much- that somo of 4
the candidates who will b(i put 4
up nt tho coming election aro 4
white men. They aro good nnd
When asked who they are,
Achl refused to disclose their
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Ready To Meet Detractors.
Of His Judicial
"I have come down hero to face
thoso charges, if there nro any," said
Judge Kcpolkal thin morning, when
Interviewed shortly nftcr his arrival
In tho Kilinu. tin stated that while
nt Lahalnn ho read thn statements
made by ox-Judges Stanley und Per
ry regarding Ills qualifications as n
'I received a wlrolcss from Hono
lulu," ho said, "and In ronscqiicnco I
tamo down on this boat."
"What lmvo you to say about tho
mattor?" asked tho reporter.
"Well, I don't know what to say
Just now," replied Kopolkal. "I nm
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WM H Ii i. 1 I, II I 1 i
The Thermos Bottle
is a new Bottle that will re
tain heat or cold for days.
That means that you can have
ice-cold or boiling-hot drinks
miles away from ioe or fire.
Hint's the 'Phone number
to the school library, equipment of
Charles Wilder has at last been
formally npinlntoit Tax Asseicor of
the Tcrrltor.' of Hawaii, tho appoint
ment bcln made shortly after noon ,
today by Trcauurcr Campbell. Thin i
action H taken following tho endorse-1
mc-U of wn w by tho e.tccutho corn-
mltle nf Ihe l?iim!illrAn Hnntral Hnm. t
mtttco last night.
As to whether or nut thcro will b.i
any othor changes in tho tax omco,
optsldo of the selection of a man to
succeed Wilder as second deputy can
not bn statud nt present. Tim Lyons
Ib looftcj upon aa having u good
ihunco to get Wilder's old Job.
(illo 1(1) Iffio
JI. Mcnant, the newly npiiolnted
French Consul, who arrived this week
on the Malto, has formally notified
Goornor r'renr that ho bun taken over
from Dr. .Marques, the noting consul,
tho duties of the office. Ho will prob
ably call ofllclally on tho Governor
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Feb. 29.
SUGAR: 06 degree Centrifugals, 3.86
cen.ts, or $77.20 per ton. Previous,
quotation, 3.885 cents. Quotation,!
March 1, 1007, 3.42 cents,
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. ll-2d.'
Parity, 4.14 cents. Previous quota-'
tion, 10s. 3-4d. Quotation March 1,1
1007, 8s. 11 l-4d.
P. O.iBox 400,
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the science department and a Mc-
Wlllolt & Uray's Sugar Jour
nal foi l'cbruary 0 eayn:
Philippines. We can stato by
tho highest authority that noth
ing will bo dono to chango tho
tariff on Philippine sugar at tho
prcsont session of Congress, and
that tho tlmo until next Decem
ber session will bo used to en
denvor to arrlvo nt a rompiomlse
measure between tho government
and the domestic sugar men that
can bo passed ut that session
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Kohala's Present Year
Crop Better Than
Manager Geo, Watt nt the Kohala
Sugar Company does not favor fur
ther contracting for water from tho
Ivohala Ditch Co. He mnkes this
statement lu his report which was
Hibinillod nt the annual meeting ot
tho company which was held thh
morning, and which dwells on Irrl
ratluu matters us follows:
"Owing to an amnio rainfall
throughout the w'holo year tho Ko
hala Dllrh Cntgpany linvo been nblo
to deliver very nearly tho full
nmnunl of water contracted for. This
has cnKhlcd us to keep our Irrigation
woll forward and lu consequence the
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Wear for Men
This Shoe snakes a most sat
isfactory Every Day Shoo for
men, It posccsscs a combina
tion of Wear and Quality that
nmkes it the favorite Business
.We recommend this Russia
Calf Bluchcr to any man for
Wear. .It has a Double Sole,
and is made on the Hub Last.
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