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CVBNINO BPLLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. MONDAY, MAY I, 130S.
'E v entng Bulletin
DAILY nnd WEEKLY.Published by B JLLETIN PUBLISHINO CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
DaCy every ''iy except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
,t. Williicj U. Harrington,
KVRNINQ 11UL.L.UTIN WBUKL.Y UUL.L.UTI.N
rer Month, anhne In U.S. S .7(1 rcr Six Moulin'. O .Ru
Per Quarter, nnywlirit In I' S 2.uo Ir Yr, anyuhereln U S I.uo
Per Year, ant a herein I'S ... H.ou Per Year. an)u1ttre In Canaja I.Bo
Per Year, ltosipaid foreign, It.uu Per Ye.-r pcaIikiIJ, foreign .... 3.00
' CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np I Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 ei'TBuainesa Office, - 256
Edrrtd at the Pixitoffice at Honolulu
ai rcnml cUm mvtcr.
MONDAY MAY 4, 1008
Hawaii Iisr a crack yacht anyway.
They arc all boRlnntiiK t agree
with the Hullo tin that Mr Tatt
Is a big American, though lo haa
one hobby not nltoRctlicr deslrcablc.
There Is no complaint among repii
table citizens of Huall against the
Federal method or protecting tho lal-,
nnd of O.ihu with forces strengthen
ed by the local mllltla. !
New Yorkto-Paris automobllv
.trips arc gaining nubile'' attention
mainly from the largo percentage ot
water routes that hao to bo follow
ed. The Hying machine. Is the only
perfect medium for making that trl.i
Why not fend tho yacht Hawaii to
San Trnnclsco to greet the I'lecl
nnd shiync tho I'aclllc Coast peoplo
who, with all their millions and all
their much-vaunted enterprise, could
not raise one yacht to contest for
Trans-Paclflc honors i
Fortunately for the Republican
party, Chnlrman A. ti. M. Robertson
has not contemplated resigning his
position as the party leader for tho
Territory. Ills plan Is to retire at
the expiration of his term of oHIcp,
and this should bo thwarted If pos
sible. Vi Tinvlnp Is squelched. The dl
rfitlnn nf the Ministerial Union that
he I'ontlnue to agitate, but keep out
of the newspapers Is a pollto way of
admitting that the ngltntlon Is Home-,
thing to be ashamed of and should
therofore repose with all those re
forms that lack the vltnl spark of
"As the falling off In the number
otCuban centrals at work must go
on nt an accelerated paco and as Eu
rope appears to be especially ready
to respond to every proof of shrink
age In Cuban production, thero arc
now no longer any fears of u set
This from tho sugar clicular of
Cznrnlltow & Macilougnll under data
of April 10 is an nssuranco which
Hawaii has already proved to bo well
founded, nnd there Is more of tho
good things of life to follow In the
remaining months of the sugar cam
paign. SONG FOR THE FLEET.
Among all tho suggestions mado
for Hie entertainment of tho Fleet,
nono has mot with mora unanimous
'approval than tho proposal to Include
the Congress of Song In tho program.
This assembly at tho children nt
Honolulu In tho grand choruses they
give cannot bo duplicated In any oth
er American city, if any in tho wor'il.
There Is no city nt which the
Fleet will call where the schools can
produce such a cosmopolitan gather
ing of children whoso voices nro
trained In as perfect harmony. Half
tho people of Honolulu do not realize
the superiority of our school children
It will be dimcult to hold tho chil
dren together utter tho school term
closes, but tho pleasure tho singing
will glvo the' visitors of tho Fleet Is
well worth the struggle.
STRIKING AT HAWAII'S
Tariff protection nnd tho sugar In
dustry of Hawaii aro getting homo
beautifully hard knocks theso days.
It seems to be popular to mao light
of tho fact that Hawaii's prosperity
lives by the tariff alone.
FlrsTt there was the short-sighted
platform declaration of tho Republi
can Territorial Convention for "tariff
revision." This folly was boosted
through becauso everybody Is declar
ing for tariff revision and Hawaii
ought to "bo In line" though It
hang Itself In so doing.'
Now comes tho Honorablo Mr.
Woolley In his correspondence to tho
Chicago Dally News, wherein he de
livers himself as follows:
"The tariff for tho protection of
'Infant Industries' Is very partial
to 'Infants' Ulat are horn with
PAYABLE IK ADVANCE.
gold spoons Jn their mouths. Ha
waiian sugar with a nursing bot
tle of 1,1,00(1,1)00. or predlgcnted
gold dollars, rolls off 'fat nnd sas
sy In Its automobile along tho
highway of prosperity with a
honk of Insolence at every tmv
cller that gc'ts or might get In thn
"Sugar-growing Is for coolies
or for slaves. A sugar plantation
Is a depressing sight that calls
forth pity for the laborers, n sink
ing feeling about human nature,
and a tort of lesentment toward
the5wncr always or nearly al
ways a corporation with a mana
ger who Is bound to get dividends
at any cost In human wear and
tear. A lump of sugar carries a
tale of toll, low wages, siiualor,
sweat and tonow."
' "Tho Btigar corporations nro
gobbling up tho pitiful II tt lo cof
fee holdings ami the Islands seem
doomed to be the land of Asiatic
coolies hoeing sugar-cane for sel
fish plethoric corporations."
Mr. Woolley takes these sldc-Jnbi
at' tho main Industry of tho Islands
In the enthusiasm of his advocacy nf
a protective tariff for tho coffeo In
dustry. Like many n fanatic nnd llko tho
criminal faction In this Tcrrltbry
that 11ch by Insult and mlsrcprcscn
t. tlon while those whom 'It smites
feed It out of tho hand, Mr. Woolley
thinks Hint ho may gain n victory for
nnothor Industry which is unques
tionably deserving tnrlff protection
SAY, MY FR I E N D,
has resumed its activity of twenty
years ago, and "Pele" is doing stunts
which make even her neighbors take
notice. Don't let the coming of the
fleet absorb all your attention. The
Biggest Show on Earth is "ON,"
NOW; and ri"ht here in Hawaii. It's
the movin? nicture of thi wnrlil
Don't lose the opportunity to see a
pit full of liquid fire1 it may never
come again. It costs only $42.60 to
make the round trip and spend two
niphts at the crater's brink.
For information regarding trip an
ply'to 'WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY.
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Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, three bedroom
modern cottage $3200,
Makiki District, Kin&u Street, Lot
fid T Qfi 4ltfl liaJwnnfn nnitafu
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Pacific Heights, modern bunga-
low , IllOO.
Cash or Installments,
Corner Fort and Merchant. Streets.
-flRI vtBVm MtWMIAUIk
Own a Home In
Buy a lot and build a
.home in Honolulu's
most attractive suburb.
Break the rent habit
it's only a habit, and
an expensive ' one at
that. Lots arc cheap,
terms are easy; now is
the time to buy.
Sjwfi 1jmk boM
by discrediting and destioylng ono
that has enjojed n fair measure of
Wo bcllevo that tho reputable citi
zens of the Territory will ngrco with
the II u 1 1 o 1 1 u that the ruin policy
Is not tho ladder by which tho Terri
tory of Hawaii or tho coffeo Industry
or any other Industry will gain tho
goal of prosperous contentment, nnd
Industrial toleration. k
Tariff protection is tho very Hfo of
industrial success In theso Islands.
Tariff revision that means tariff re
duction will bo ruinous nnd the glory
of being in the band-wagon will not
ho worth much,
Tariff protection for coffeo would
Indeed build up u magnificent white
man's Industry In Hawaii and In ev
ery possession of tho country within
the coffeo belt. There Is no good rea
son, however, why tho success of tho
coffeo industry should bo bought at
the prlco of ruin for nny other now
If Hawaii Is breaking loose from
hlgh-tarlft moorings tt tho best pob
BiBle signal that the peoplo of Hawaii
have lost their senses, and nro con
vinced that all their enemies nt homo
and nbroad have said of them by
way of misrepresentation and Insult,
Mny i, 1908.
Temperatures C n. in., 71; 8 a.
m.7i; 10 a. m 74; noon, 7!i; morn
ing minimum, 71.
Uaromctcr, 8 a. m 30.13; abso
lute humidity, 8 n. in., G.'JGS grains
per cubic foot; rolntlvo humidity, 8
n, in., 07 per cent.; dew point, S u.
Wind 0 it. m velocity 3, direc
tion K; 8 a. m., velocity ri, direction
NE; 10 a. in., velocity 9, direction
NK; noon, velocity 10, direction NIJ.
Italnfnll during 24 hours ended
8 a. m., trace.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 174 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U S. Weather Bureau
M. MACHAD0 DEAD
Manuel Muchado, who has been
an emplojc of tho Gazette Company
for ten years, died yesterday at his
homo In Knllhl. Ho was n faithful'
and hard-working man, enjoying tho
confidence of his employers. Tho de
ceased, who was 31 years of age,
leaves a wife and four children. Ho
was a member of tho Ancient Order
of Foresters and of tho San Antonio
Society and carried a small Hfo In
surance. Tho funeral takes place this after
noon, leaving his Into homo nt four
o'clock for tho Homnn CatluTlIc Cn
thcdral, where tho funeral services
will bo held.
Tho police hnvo arrcBtcd two driv
ers iho wero driving coal and feed
for thu Goutimncnt to tho Nuunnu
work. Tor vlolatlm- tho Sunday law.
Tho men aro .luck Kniiiuana and Hugo
Knnae. Sheriff laukea says that ho
can not dl' Ir.ihutu In faior of tho
For Yanr Naxt Evaminv Unm.
Muk o Pineapple Kbra and Bilk,
in atrirjea onlv.
We hare two patterns in each of
ine ionowine eoion :
WHITE WITH PINK:
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Coo Kim Ful, one of tho best
known Chinese residents of Honolu
lu, died yesterday afternoon nftcr a
short Illness nt his homo on Llllh.i
street. The family was nt tils bed
side. Tho deceased was n well-known
Christian worker and on, Thursday
evening last ho attended nnd con
ducted his usual servlco at the Aata
Mission. Ho fell somowhnt nervous
and on his ncrlval at the liouJa ha
was taken with a chill, which grew
worso on Friday. Yesterday morn
ing ho could hardly spenk and short
ly nftcr 3 o'clock In the afternoon ho
The deceased was born In South
China, nt Kn Yin Chan, Leon fong
Hcung, In 1820, nnd came to Honolu
lu In 1SC7. He was married to K5
ten Kamao In 1S72, by Father .i
mon, at his home on Chaplain lane.
He becamo a Christian soon nftcr
nnd Joined the old Ilcthel church, at
tho corner of Ilcthel nnd King
streets. Ho wns ono of tho lending
workers who organized tho Fort
Street Chinese Church In 1879 nnd
was most active In nil Christian wyrk
tint 1 1 his dcntli. Fiom 1SS4 until
1S9S ho was the Chinese Consular
Agent In Honolulu.
Tho funeral will bo held nt tho
Chinese church on Fort street tomor
row afternoon nt 2 o'clock. All
friends arc Invited.
Tho election of delegates to tho
Democratic Territorial convention will
take placo this evening In all tho pre
cincts. Ill most of tlwln null- tlm r,..
quired number hno been nominated,
mi uiero win no no contest In those,
but In tho ration precinct nnd in n
couple of precincts in tho Fifth theto
will bo a contest.
Tho Conference of (locrnorn, which
Governor Frear has gone to attend,
will be held May 13-15. It will be
primarily for lh purposo of discussing
the general lesourcrs nud how to c
servo them, according to a circular
letter received here this morning.
A CELLAR BUTTON is au
insignificant article, yet it is
a very necessary one. There
is a great differeace is collar
buttoaa; the cheap, flimsy one
is an abomination, but the
strong, heavy, well-made, sol
id gold button is a pleasure
to use and wear. ,
Our arc the kind that LAST
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The sooner you get to work .for
your vacation trip the easier you will
find it, and the sooner it will bo
yours. After you have earned it, you
can go nt any time, so don't wait un
til you arc 'ready to go before yon
start in to work for it. It's easy
once you have started to work. The
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best and most popular paper in its
field, and, remember,' old subscrip
tion's paid in advance count the same
as new subscribers.
Call, write or phone to Vacation Trip Department
for a Vacation -Trin Booklet, which gives full informa
tion of the BULLETIN'S Great Vacation Trin Of
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(Continued from Pace V
hcroer bucIi might exlBl, nnd nn ef
fort had been made to ascertain what
had become of tho former Inmates of
lwllel. It had been found that rome
of those had discontinued their life
of vice, tn Ideally fearing tho enforce
incut of the law. Somo had left for
thu mainland nnd a number of them
had gono to Illlo, The pojlca hid lo
ported that since lwllel had been
closed theto had been much Icks
t foil bio experienced than formerly In
handling tho mii fiom tho transport.
Ilovover, It wa necessary that a con
slant watch bo kept,
Thwlng also referred lo tho answer
ho had receded to his letter to Attor
ney General llonnparto, nnd stated In
commenting thereon Hint evidently
llttlo could be expected fiom tho Fed
eral authorities. It seemed that the
Federal laws wero of but llttlo nluc,
ho said, when tho officers who had
b'cen sworn to enforce them declined
to do m. Ho reported further that
another letter had been sent to llonn
parto nnd ono to tho Secretary of the
In conclusion tho committee offered
(he following resolution with n recom
mcndntlon that It bo adopted:
"Vheioas, llio .Ministerial Union In
tho first place unanimously voted to
request tho enforcement of cvitnln
laws In Honolulu, and .
"Wherens, tho Sheilff Is now work
ing fnllhtiilly to enfoico theso laws,
"Itesolved, that the Ministerial
Union puts Itself on record ns Btrong
ly upptovlng Mr. Inukea's present ac
tion in ilin lino of persistent enforce
ment of tho laws."
Dickey moved to ndopt tho rcsolu
Wcslerveli offeicd an amendment
that tho committee bo discharged.
Scuddcr called for n division of thu
question. Tim resolution wiih adopt
ed, only Hath Mitlug against It.
Scuddcr then moved that the com
mittee continue with tho Instruction
th.it It glvo nothing to tho press, un
less sir ordered by tho Association.
"That does not affect nny member
of tho committee In his prlvnto ca
pacity?" asked Thwlng.
"11 au Individual Is n member of a
commltteo ho has no right to glvo out
anything In regard to tho work It
bundles, said Westervolt.
"Wo hnvo won our point, nnd thoio
Is nothing to bo gained by publicity,"
added Scuddcr. "Tim commltteo can
do a Jot of good work by reporting to
tho police about bad places. Wo do
not need n constant open fight."
"I nm heartily In favor of this Bpco
lal direction," now ald Thwlng. "It
wilt help the commltteo In Its work to
bo nblo to refer tn this special dltec
tlon when wo aro asked for Informa
tion." Tho resolution Was then adopted.
Thwlng also reported for tho com
mltteo appointed nt tho last meeting
to conslde. tho advisability of having
a special protection commltteo to
which peoplu who wero exposed to
temptation or danger, might complain.
Tho comnjllleo favored leaving such
matters to tho lwllel commltteo. After
considerable discussion It wns docld,
ed to tnko this course, tho IwIIol com
mltteo being Incidentally changed In
name, on tho motion of Scuddcr, tt
tho "Kdniunds Act Committee."
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nets and Units, Office Fittings and
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Desks and Seats, latest improved it-
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THE BEST LIGHT i the
It is always the same old story with oil lamps daily trim
ming and filling, broken chimneys, smoking, ill-smelling lamps
and unsatisfactory light.
Electricity lias no disagreeable features. Just press the but
ton and the house is filled with a light that rivals the light of day.
Let us estimate the cost of wiring your house.
, . Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
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The. man of 17 the man of
30 the man of 50.
All have different views.
All arc reflected in their
clothes tastes and in Stein
Tens of thousands of men
working at professions and in
offices with limited incomes
have the same taste, tho
same necessity, the same gen
uine idea of clothes as the
smartly groomed society man
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To them these things are
just as much business and so
Stein-Bloch Clothes have
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