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.EVENING BULLET X
3, 30-EDITION The Merchant Who slows up;in his Ads allows the other fellow to catch up
Slow stocks in merchandising usu
ally bjrin to more as seen as a little
Special Publicity is dcvcUd to them.
Knotty timber reouircs sharp wedges
and hard hittinV. The B u 1 1 o t i n
': easily Honolulu's Be:t marketplace.
VOL. X. NO. 4072
8 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OFHAWaH THURSDAY-. AUGUST 6- 1908-8 I'AGtS
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RATTAN INDUSTRY BAD anr, .
wru onQQiRii itv - SAYS WiH SMITH
KEPOIKAI NOT DISHONEST, SAYS W.
IAUKBA INVESTIGATION BY SUPERVISORS
All Industries To
Send Delegates and
Cooperate, Says Kuhio
V O., Smith, rcccntlv return-
eel fi oin, Mnul, Htjtc-i! In re-
sponae ft the, II u I I e 1 1 n ' a
query that he hud while nwny
fiom town gone Into the chnrg-
cs laid, against Judge Kepoikal
of Walluku. 1
"I think tbe whole thing Is
Ron-Mill v Wnn.l ftf tlio I'rnninllnn """ i' ' " " .i nun t
Commlttie has prepared tho following' 't " eeat "" ' Judgment
nas oeen aispijyou ay t.io ;
Inquiries May Lad To
"What wo wnnt p.lnclpally la
men," a.ild Delegilo Kalanlanaole
this murnlng, lu unswor to a qucs
tion lu U'Riml to what he expected
the confoionco of men Interested lu
the vuilous Industiles uhould do In
tho matter of securing turlff loglsla
tlon favorable to the Hawaiian In-
"We want liilnctimlly men who can
appear hefoio tho committees of the
Sennto and the House nt Wimhlngtou
to explain the status of the local In
(UiRtrleJ and the needa thereof. Of
course tho contorcucc may also draw
up memorials and renditions, but the
most Important fcatme should be tho
chootlng of u delegation of experts In
every branch of industiy In tho Isl
ands, who will bo ublo to inukc u good
light for tho Hawaiian Interests In
Washington, and. who nre qualified to
answer nny questions and ijlve any
tljita which may be called for by Con
gicsa in connection with the tariff
"I Imvc ahead) seen Picsldcnt Jas.
V. Morgan of tho Chamber of Com
jmercc, und ho will appoint comnill
I tecs which wll work toward arrang
ing for tho confoicnce. Tho other
Islands will bo icprescnted, of course,
I "It Is also in:' Intention to seo
Oovernor Prenr nbo it this matter, as
I think that It would probably be
tho proper thing for him and myself
to cnll the conference together, ho
repicsentlng the Territory In general,
while I represent It nt Congress.
"Tho matter of t'le most Impor
tance 111 tliln connection Is to 'get tho
icprcsontarlvoj cif all the different lo
cal lluluilea t'o'htand together and
to fight together foq the common In
to'rost of Hawaii and ail tho Hawaii
an Imlustiles Instead of having
those lute.csted In one Industry
make their light for this ono alone,
In which case the common, cause will
bo very muchf weakened."
,IUHJIl vwnin jib nm tUIllll IIJ llll'
committee ut Its inciting this after
' lly tho Alameda, sailing jester Jay,
wo forwarded, In euro of . Sergeant
Barry, a large assortment of our fold
ers for distribution nt Camp l'c-rry.
i With tho folders, wo also sent several
copies oi tno now coition or our map
"The Cross Roads of tho Pacific." so
n u (i. ... nlal. ,.i.H ln. a ... !.. ' Him. .
un m viiuuiu ..in iw;n lu piiut. tuuii . - rnn un..
fellow sharpshooters tho location of IT c"". '
lh pront mlllliirv fiiitntint Ihnt ihrti I 110
United States fs now building In the
middle of the Pacific.
Ily the mall esterday, we recP'ol
Judge. There Is nothing dis
honest In the transaction. It
was. above board und carried on
In a proper manner so far as tho
gencial business details were
concerned. It was frightfully
bad judgment. That Is about
the ilzo of It und about all one
'n lnrfru tiiimlior or ipniiiln for cpnnr.
at information about Hawaii. Letters I
Iwero also received from a number of
papers in regard to our news sen Ice.
Tho editor of I he Oak I.ako News,
.published at Oak Lake, Manitoba, Can
jada, viltes as follows:
I "Am ploifed to lecnlvQ onr tip-to-Idato
news service and make f-enuont
use of rnmo. I am uslii' today tho art
icle on our climate."
S. W. Wall, editor or tho Da!y Alas
kan, published nt Skagwav, Alaska,
writes under date of July 18th:
"Wo are In ro'olpt of your circular
letter und wl I thank yon for n con-
llniipnco' nl your news M'i'lc i of
which vu1 havii made C9nslderublu use
to i:ni time, we jiko your fjuerynse;
The drat meeting of tho Inukea In
vestigation commlltto appointed last
veiling at the meeting of tho lloaid
of Ruporvlsois was held this noon nl
tho County Attorno) 'a office, or rather
It was to have been hold thcie but had
to bo postponed owing to the fact that
only Supervisor) Archer and Kualomi
showed up, while Joo Fern, tho thlid
member of tho committee, was unablo
to bo present.
The two Supervisors dUcussed the
matter lu a general way with the
County Attorney, and then It was de
cided that thoy should see Torn and
arrange with him for n date for a
This forenoon the County Attorney
was busy gathering cvldcnco In the
matter, among that which ho collected
being tho written statements made to
tho Uullotln by Sheriff laukea, Of
ficer Townsetid and by Isol. It is
understood that as soon as u plan of
action has been decided on tho com
mittee will piocctd to call witnesses
and conduct n very careful Investiga
tion of the ontlro matter.
"Tho Investigation committeo has
not coma to see me yet," said Sheriff
laukea lato this forenoon. "I am euro
I do not know what they arc to In
vestigate, whether It Is my porsonat
affairs or tho business of the office.
I will do nothing but wait for tho com
inlttco to seo me."
'SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. S.
SUGAR: Becti, 88 analysis, 10s- 3d.
Parity, '4.16 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s. 6 3-4d.
She: Singing Is awfully hard on
Ho: And how much harder it must
bo on tho .oars of our neighbors.
tnw nnw'$iwt nam
need a suit? We can show
you the finest in the city
the latest 'styles, single and
double breasted, fron.
They are custom made in
the latest styles, of good, hon
est cloth, for a good, honest
Come and see them, Sir!
umiaitlKS.ftrMcn. I '
yolf'ni'ust befi.-efty'1ue. iMdplt over
there, ;riti thinking 'u coniliig over
to see qu ono of these day)."
' Thu managing odltor of-the St. Paul
Dispatch, requests us to contlniio our,
bervico, which no nnus oi gioai inter
est. , .'
The editor of tho "Now Jersey Oa-
zctte," published at Cam ien, Now
Jersey, writes: '
"This .ofllco Is in regular rccilpt.of
your news sheets. Wo shall bo pleased
to make notes that will aerial ou In
luinglng tho name of your IslanJi be
fore our people and so do our share In
(Continued on Page 5)
HILllAN has two.
32 Cases Of Smaller
Pieces One More '
On this trip, tho lllluulan brought
no mnro big guns, but she did brim;
two 19-ton gun carriages, and 30 casoi.
of "trimmings." On her next trip
down from ban Kranclsco, sho.. wH
oring tno last or mis assortment of
deadly weapons and accessories for
use at tho Diamond Head battery. The
last shipment. In, which aro no guns,
but more of tho small accessories, I's
now on its way from tho eastern imrt
of tho United States to the Coast.
Shortly after noon today tho llllon
Ian moved over to tho railroad wharf,
and this afternoon tho big gun car
i lanes tire being handled,
This Is the third shipment of ord
nance, nil told, which has urrlved by
tho Hlloulan, tho fourth to complete
I he lot.
Honest Executors are
no scarcer than honest
Dont Take Chances
We charge no more than the regu
lar fee allowed by the courts' for-Ei-'
Corner of FORT and HOTEL,
923 FORT ST., Honolulu
law makes thu guard-
Inn llttiilo, In n liiEo of trust
funds being loaned on tin unse-
! cmol note. The transaction v
wns carried on through a law-
cr who Is n member of the bar
of the Supreme Court, and as 4
1 said before there li nothing
of dishonesty Involved."
460,000 FLEET, FOOD
S- -Aecoptanccs for food supplies
for the Pacini Klcqt, to be de-
live red hetw'cip Scp Und aiid 4
4 10tli,und ,Oct. 7th' and 'l"tlV.'
were. lent out this .morning by
Paymaster J. H. Horenbcrger at
the Nav'oJ Station. Tho orders
amount to SCU.000, with tho
understanding that tho mcr-
cbnnts may be called on for 20
per cent, mote of the supplies
ordered or they may be required
to deliver 20 per, cent', less. The f
4- contracts are to bo signed Satur-
day or Monday.
Firms to whom contracts
were awarded ure: Metropoll-
tan Meat Co, Henry May&.Co.,
Theo. II. Davlos & Co , C. Q.
Yco Hop Co, II. Hackfold & So.,
f Lewis Co , and Hop' Koo & Co.
t A request fur Instructions from
the Circuit Court has been filed by
the Illshop Trust Company tin the
matter of tho legality of the invest
ment pi approximately jiuu.uuu out
of the sinking fund of the Oahu Su
gar Company, which Is held by the
former under a trust deed for tht
bondholders. Tho matter Is a com
plex pne, and Is oven now. pending
before the. Supremo Court of tho Ter
ritory, hut In order to he Bure of Jur
isdiction. C. It. Olticn, , tho, attorney
(Continued on Page 2)
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET. i
Parcel or Letter
Our boys are as, reliable at Uncle
Sam's postmen, Always on Call.
Claim Federation Will
Support Him For
Tho Huwuttan mouibuiB of tho Civic
rilWk tiTir&rfii;R,i ill
.BEHLIN, Germany, Aug. 0. Tr.c il:raat Povernment will aid
Count Zeppelin in replacing his airJiip, nai?at;d v.nth. markcJ success
until destroyed in a storm which ov t:cl- t while moored.
to work! LEXINGTON. Kv.. Auc. 6. A bonded warchons- nml Mh ,,,,.
Kaulu'toit at th coming Ures containing 47,000 barrels of wh sky were burned here today. The
ielr Idea If to tun him -u Jch will reach three millions of dollars.
Federation bib uifleavorln
for John I..
their candidate for ShcrlTf uf Oahu.
Slnco tho luukea-Isol a (Tali, tli.'l
have been looking around for another
man to govern thu liollcc station.
White thuy havu no personal grudge
against John Wieu or Win. Jnrrctt,
thoy have condoled that K.iuliikou Is
the most competent an I best nun for
T0KI0, Japan. Aas. C The tr Jc-r.arl: convncht convpntion tr.r
4V.- ..-.A..! e-.l 1 , .. r. , . a .. -
"Kaulukou has hcen In that offlco "c i"ulet"u" " mBiiuiniuirers ,-a. teen nt " t o tne Japanese Uov-
before," suld one of tho Civic Feds, ernment.
"and made a record for himself, lluj JAPANESE OET J0"3
Ih today a reformed man, so fnr as wo' WINNIPEG, Manitoba. Aug. 0. The str.kcn; ars beinc replaced bv
Unnw I llii tillnt fitir ltnrrli mint. T .- . i a t n . - . n . J
--- -- -.... . " ...vis ua. jhii irnap unrirniPTi i iuop Tnininn ii i 'njn AkI.-
Ings re.-iiilarly and I helnlng on. the "h ,n jm, .trip, -.-.". Buu arc
work of Chrl-t among te Havvallans. volvtl ,n tne ltnye' . ...
On top Of this he Is u lavvvcr who n
nblllty Is unqiit slloned. And above I IS TURKEY'S PHE'''ER
things, w b i..v,v v(h..ii 1,.. h nuniiu, CONSTANIIUOPLE, Turkey, Aut. 0. KaimJl Pasha has formed a
?aiKt,'u!,,f;;i'n;ib0;0 fL1"- Ut tbc " government proclaim
that wo'wlll tutp thoko who aro low- ca 3 nc '""":
ly." 1 "
The gentlehian ho volimleeicil thu EXPLORER ERICH E27 3IAS rEHISHED
above stntoniont said further that the COPENHAGEN,- Demna'rk. Aug. 0. Weil va raccivcJ h-re todav
majority oi ,i.e rivie i mioration that Erici. thc explorer, has ,pcr -vhrf i'l Pice.nla-tl
would supiMirt Kaulnknu In the event -J ., . ' , . ' M "--"" u.
of hlB getting tho nomination. ' ' j 'j N.J.
' ' u 1 . , KOREANS AE FIGIITUIO
-iV" ST pp.Tir.n'mTrTin Tt,.;n a-,-, r. tv,- t?- ju-h.i ..
-.. wn w v , MHWlHi 4Uh. Vt A,.U Uwldll I I1S1! r" f n I . an.
DANCE iT SEASIDE
Thern will tin n flnnrii nnrl li.inil
concert at the Seaside tonight-In lion-'
or of tho offlceis and Indies on board
tho transport Iluford. 'The Hnyal
Hawaiian Hand will render an ex
ceptionally line program during Hid
early part of the evening. All friends
of the Army nnil Nnvy and of the
Seaside ure coidlalty invlte.l.
making daily attacks on thetJapan1"! for'ces on tho Voider-
T ' ' i
' . ' PEFINED UEDUfED
NEW Y03K. N- Y., Aug. 6. Rsiincd sugar was reduced in
ten cents a pound today.
350 Applicants For
: Pearl Harbor Jons
A small army of men, looking fo-.nnd riggers
work at Pearl Harbor, besieged tlm it waB u rathor nondescript crowd
Naval Station this morning Tim which applied A few had seen serv
causo of thd siege was tho fact that Ice In either tho Aimv or th K'mv.
blanks were being Issued to would-bq but the great majority had not, anil
uppllcauts for Jobs. Men who have many could not understand tho Eng
rflfrltrtrV'Q National RnHu11''!1 turne(1 Hwn' frilm "mo to tlimnui, language. U is n moral certaln
lOIIUUIjr a "OllUHa I DUUywtF, tho promise that they might find, ty that these will not bn nl.tn . mi
something, when tho necessary papers out pioperly tho blanks which they
arrived, this morning thronged, to Iho'iccclved Most of them too:t the pn
piaco to get tho precious slips. Andipers without question. After thu
ni.w some of them will be puzzled serving out of tho blanks was over,
the rest of their natural lives to find many wcro to bo seen about tho
Out what it Is all ubout. streets, nsklnc tho meanlnc of llio na.
IIAIB tt mnrn nllnlilr.HA.1 ...! .
Tho National Guard of Hawaii, six
.' ' . .r' . . . ..,.' ,no "lon Bro l0 "0 I'Ul to work uh pers of more onllRhtencd mid
soon as Washington haH been henul prehcndlng companions,
from and building at Penrl Harbo- At all ovonts, thh Is nn overt step
begins. Three hundred and fifty ap- toward tho construction operations,
pllcnnts wcro received this morning, MoBt of the workmen who npplltd
but many will probably not qualify, this morning wore unskliiod. nnd tho
Positions open are for: Cleneinl help-'great majority was cither Hawaiian
" ' era, common laborers, nrteslan-wcll cr Portuguese It was among tho
$$ Al AMFHA Allfi Sth lr,vors' engine tenders, tool sharpen- latter that the men said i'Yes" when
J. J. tlnniVn, fltU. JIII ejs plje.drlvers. carpentcw. black-'asked any question, and then s.il.l
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES. . """'b, boatmen, nrcmen, pipe fitters. "No" If anvouo looked Incredulous.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15,
ment some time In October. This
was announced this morning by Col
onel Jones, who stated that now that
the rlllo team had been started on
their Jouiney and this work was fln
(Conlinned on Ttf i),
FINEST IN THE CITY AT
Drug Co., Ltd.
, Ioe Cream
IT'S FINE! TRY IT AT THE
A. Y. CAFE
When This Stamp
is on a pair of shoes you know they are right in every way,
in wear, correctness of style, perfect fit. We are sole agents for
i these shoes and have some ni:e styles to select from.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co0,ud.
1051 Fort Street Telephone 282 '
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