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EVENING DULIATIN, HONOtATLC, t. lit SATURDAY, JUI,Y 25, 1008. f
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WHY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
PaUy erery day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
Wallace R. FarrlnRton,
ftr Month, aii) where In U.S......4I 7A
Per Uuarler, u wlicrt In U.S 3,oo
Per Year, aiivAliere InU.S. ...... H.uo
rcr Year, postpaid, lottign, .,, .. 13, uo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
npk1 l Editorial Rooms,
I A v!.Bu3iness Office,
Hllo, having lost the Atlantic
Fleet, Is setting Its cap for the Pa
cific Fleet. Hero ngnln the decision
is with tlio Admiral.
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Is Honolulu to receive no credit
or thanks from Its friend Hllo fur
sending a hlg yacht race In that di
rection without being nslted?
Hawaii has the satisfaction of see
ing the larger share of Its crop mar
keted before the prlco began Its sum-mcr-slldo
below four nnd a quarter.
.Tudgo Kcpolhal nt an early hour
this morning had not heard of any
charges against him. Evidently ho
Is due for an awakening during the
Representative government Is rank
ing such headway In Turkoy that the
people of Hawaii may take now cour
tigo to take up the struggle ot govern
ment of, by, anil for the people.
Should many moro Federal con
tracts go to mainland firms, It will
pay our local people to make a thor
ough Investigation of how tlio man
furthest distant can do the work at
the least cost.
The great distances covered by
wireless telegraph with hardly a
'struggle, make pcoplo smllo when
they recall that tlio man who estab
lished commercial wireless telegraph
In Hawaii ten years ago was called n
Don't forget that the Honolulu pop
ulation of Fleet-week Is sure to bo
the permanent population of Hono
lulu before ten years have elapsed.
Tlio town Is "bound to grow" despite
the fact that the streets seem 'desert
ed after tho rush.
Tho peoplo who consider tho Twt-lel-note
business a recommendation
for u "reform" County Sheriff ought
not to become, excited over tho
charges filed against Judgo Kepnlknl.
Tlio community, ot course, takes a
very different view.
If hotting Is complicating public
opinion on tho result ot bnll games,
wo would recommend that nil bets
be declared off, and our cosmopolitan
population devote its attention ex
clusively to tho promotion of unadul
terated amateur sport.
While Young America distances nil
others In International athletic tests
of endurance, we shall still believe
tho Nation is nblo to cope with nil
tho problems of tho futuro that re
quire a largo rcsourco of healthy,
Commodore Sinclair told tho Com
mercial Club that tho tourist business
of Los Angeles brings Southern Cali
fornia Its best class of settlers. This
should be sufficient to put a quietus
on tboso In Honolulu who want to
quit soliciting the tourist and go
chasing a fad.
Appointments to tho various com
missions nro reminders that Hawaii
ofllclaldom sometimes gets ono man
in its head and decides that nothing
can. go on without him. Governor
Frcnr Is no worso In this respect than
his predecessors. It Is n Honolulu
habit. Some day there will bo n real
ization of tho good sense Involved In
-making up commissions so as to not
only dlstributo the honors, but, what
is moro to the practical point, bring
ns many elements us posslblo togeth
er, ail actively at work for the com
Toor old Sourball!
t would be too muoh to expect
that pleasant words for tho Bulle
tin's Fleet Kdltlon could long bo
withheld by Its dear friend of tho
morning. The details nre given In
another column with othor valuoif
recommendations to public favor.
It is to Inuch.
Cheer up, Old Sourball!!
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JULY 25, 1908
CDSTOMS OF PATRIOTISM.
Not tho least pleasing feature ot
the concert of tho Kilties band given
in tho Opera Houso was tho prompt
and universal response of tho audi
ence to the Natlonnl anthem. Tho
peoplo rop nn , no nnd with a very
few otcepltdns remained standing
until the anthem was completed.
It may hive been tho Inspiration
of the iiiuslc, or it may have been
thoughtfulness and respect that held
the audience at "attention" until the
anthem was played through. Ho the
cause what It may. tho incident was
one to attrnct most favorable com
ment nnd arouse tho hope thnt the
samo evidence of respect will be
shown nt nil times when tho National
air Is played.
Wo bellevo that Honoltilutuls recog
nize tho "Star-Spangled Uanner"
moro quickly and know belter what
to do than many citizens of tho main
land. Tho town has Improved vastly
on this score, but even now In tho
Opern Houso and tho Orphcum tho
first strains of tho anthem nre ns fre
quently the signal for each and all to
grab their lints and run ns to remain
Another mark of respect tho civil
ians of Honolulu could well give
some thought: How ninny of our
peoplo lining tho Sidewalks remove
their hats ns tho Flag passes by?
Not so many thnt It Is notlccab'e,
yet tho old and young who havo
proper prldo nnd respect for their
country should not forget that It is
tho least tho patriotic citizen can do
In recognition of his nllcglanco nnd
Tho man who says that tho coun
try will still llvo If ho does not rlso
to tho "Stnr-Spanglcd nannor" or
doff his hot to tho Flag undoubtedly
speaks tho truth, but It will not live,
nor will Its best Ideals bo upheld, by
Anapuni St., Manoa Valley, Bere
Partially Furnished House at Wai
Building Lots, Manoa Valley, Ma
kiki and Punahou Districts.
House and lot at Kapahulu for
House and lot on Makiki' St. for
House and lot, College Hills, for
Corner Fort and Merchant Streeti,
is expensive, in business mat
ten. In Island matters, use
AjxT vSjLi v-utcd,c j-a
such ns forget tlio proprieties of hon
or mid patriotism.
If Honolulu la now In the lead of
mainland centers In this regard, may
It Increase the ndvnnttigo to such nn i
extent that our tribute slinll liavp nn
eiltlcntlonnl value to the people of cv-'
cry namioi, Konie or wnom are null,
clinging to tho Idea that "America" i
Is the National anthem, ami tlio King
Is going too far nround the world,
TESTING HONOLULU AS SUPPLY
Tho decision of tho N'nvy Depart
ment to purchase same of the supplies
for the l'nclMc Fleet nt this port has
a broader significance than n destio
to enter to tho tradesman ot Hono
lulu. It will test tho capacity of this
inliM'aclllc Naval basa as a supply
The going nnd coming ot tho wor
ships nnd tho peace-fleets is not n
summer cruise of hn' outfit with noth
ing clso to do nnd no other purpose
than to use up time and the Nation's
money. Kvcry move has a purpose,
nnd they nre nil directed toward In
creased efficiency In every supporting
department of civil life, ns well ns in
It was quite proper that the At-
lnntla Fleet should bo provisioned in
a Const port for its long tour of this
ocean. It also nppenfs to the layman
that tho Pacific Fleet, operating with
in a narrower area, should place moro
dependence on the ports within the
radius ot Its action.
Our coaling capacity was the prin
cipal test to which this port was put
by tho Atlantic Fleet. Tho result
reflects particular honor on the com
mandant ot the station nnd adds to
tho good repute of tho town.
Now the buslncss-mnu und the
sources of supply nro cnlled to show
what they can do. Tho first question
Is whether the quantity Is here;
next, nro the supplies to be had at
fair prices nnd of flrst-clnss quality,
and, finally. Is the delivery prompt
nnd accomplished without a general
upset of our locnl markets?
Tho resources of tho Naval baso
arc qulto If not more Important than
tho character ot tho ships assembled.
We may depend upon It that the
ships will be up to the mark. Hono
lulu tins an opportunity to make good,
nnd Its success In this regard will
havo much to do with our lcputntlon
for supplementing our strategic Im
portance with amnio food rcsourco.
Hllo" July 23. There has been In
creased activity nt tho volcano during
Iho past few nights nnd especially on
Monday, when tho reflection wus moro
vivid than It has been nt any tlma
Blnco tho outbreak on Mauna Lon
eighteen months ngo. Many peoplo In
Hllo saw It and u fow watched through
(ho night till tho hours began to grow
big. Following this, shortly after 9
o'clock on Tuesday morning, a Blight
shock of earthquake was felt, Ub di
rection seemingly being from cast to
On Monday morning, nbout 4:30
o'clock from tho point of sunrlsa on
tho horizon to short, tho ontlro water
was of n deep blood-red hue. Turning
lo Maumi Ken Iho entlro mountain
was blmllarly tinted although of u
lighter color, and this was fully three
quarters of an hour before sunrise. It
lasted ( however, only for a fow mill
mites, Ono gentleman who saw tho' volca
no's reflection on Monday night said
that, nt times, It was most vivid right
over( Kllauca, again lighter, tho sur
rounding shades corresponding In
depth of color. Whllo ho was watch
In git thoro appeared to bo imo column
of 11 ro shooting high up into tho sky
ns if thero had been n special erup
tion there. During Tuesday thero an
peared to bo columns of smoko hang
ing over Mauna Loa and covering Its
sldo toward Hllo.
"If I were you," said tho old bach
elor to tho benedict, "I'd cither rule
or know why." "Well," was tho re
ply, "as I always know why, I sup
pose that's half tho battle" Atlan
"Saw something charming In n
spring hnt today." "Descrlbo it;
that's n dear." "Well; hluo'cycs, 'cur'
ly hair " "Wretch! Never speak
to me again." Louisvllla Courier
Journal. New Pina
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PINA, all plain colors, 60c.
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And the Many Ailments
Useful in Overcoming
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Tho following wholesale druggist
will supply tho retail tnvlo:
Benson. Smith ,& Co., Honolulu,
$1800 will Buy
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The Weekly Edition ot the Evening
nulletln (jives a complete summiry of
he new. of to day.
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for they wear better, fit better, and retain their appearance
Oye suit of "SAMPECK" clothes is equal to two suits
of some other make. They are designed like men's clothes,
but are made for boys and have about them everything
boys like, including numerous pockets, cutis on the sleeves,
long lapels and the alluring "mannish" nir.
Two- and Thrcc-Picce Suits, Bloomers or Knicker
bockers, in many materials and patterns.
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Desks and Seats, latest improved de
Estimates given. Imports to order.
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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