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EVENING BUIABTIN, H0N0M7LC, T. H SATtmDAY, AUG. 8, 1001?.
E V ENING BULLETIN
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At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Waflaco R. Parrlngton,
Prr M mill, onywlicrc In tj . ... 9 ,7K
Per ejusrter, Biiwlicrelt US .... 3.oo
pet Vcar,nviiereItiUS H,oo
I'cr v. erir, lnwlpnul, lorclRii I3.nu
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np f Editorial Rooms,
The It ii 1 1 o 1 1 n Blncoroly i egrets
tlint cither wrath, malice, or folly
should have led llio morning paper to
Klvo editorial utterance to such in
fniuoiii statements an appear In tho
lssuo of Indaj, nnd which supplement
:i campaign of sptto that linn appar
ently been studied nnd deliberate.
Sometimes we luivo thought that tho
tactics of tho morning paper wcro
merely tho result of n naturally un
happv disposition, and at others cop
Jed f i om tho skunk Hint Biinounds
itself with such outrageous perfum
er) that any decent man dislikes to
tackle It. Tho matter of the attack
on tho Press Committee chairman has
paned ho ond the Held of newspaper
No new phase Is presented In tho
Irol-laukea case, tho Sheriff not hav
ing Riven out any new Interviews.
Someone nut In Nebraska has asked
llrMin to stop n plot to steal otcs.
llijnn is totiguc-tlcd becauso this
man b-ijB tho Democrats arc likely
to get tho persimmons.
After n six cars' fight the Malno
coin Is h ie finally clodded that liquor
nds. aro not peimlnMblc for tho novvs
pipcrs oC tho State Hut that will
not keep rum nut of Malno.
Senator Lnno is right. Tho Repub
lican paity needs honest harmony to
i any It to Ictory tills fall. Schemes
for taptuiing tho organization to
tntlsfj pilvnto alim will wind up sue
cissfullj for the Democrats only.
Ilia factional rumpus on Maul Clo
nics a condition that Is just to tho
HMng of Link nnd Ingham. It gives
tho Democrats tho opening that
would nthciwleo ho Impossible. There-
foie, is it not up to the Maui workers
to "pitch it up" and faco tho com
moil eiicui) Instead of c.icji other?
; j ' i ' j
The appointment of Miu. Mm) Wll
co lo thu Iloiul of I'uhllc Iustiuctlon
Ho ml of Public Iustiuctlon
almost without notice, but
of tho best selections tho
It In rmn
liovcinor has made. Mrs. Wilcox ims.n,1"nc'rcK"1r"l"B which so much com
wn n. I l.n. nlilllti l.i ltlo r.ntii.lttf
her ability In
and no ono known tho Intimate de
tails of the public-school administra
tion better than olio.
Kline his "lueak" la tho National
Democratic Convention no ono has
iniiii) completely disappeared from
tight than Cciiigitssman llobsnn. Hut
like all tho members of tho Presi
dent's Annul is Club, ho Is duo to
come forth again nflcr n short period
ol icllrcment. Anyway, llobson
would bo tho last to bo thoroughly
Is It possible that tho pcoplo of
tho United States do not lealizo that
they, moro than nil ono olsc, nro driv
ing tho American merchant marine
oft tho Pacific? Through Ignoianco
iii fully the) nro creating conditions
which make It impossible for our
ships to coiupeto with tho opposition,
let alono tho fact that without u sub
sidy tho American ships nro handi
capped nt tho start.
To send tho jnchts to Hllo was n
gincoful act on tho part of our Hono
lulu friends, and an net that was ap
preciated. Wo bellovo the short stop
htio was enjojed by our vhtltnrs,
iiioio paitlcularly their tilp to tho
Volcano. And wo further helloo
that when Honolulu again calls upon
tho Island of Hawaii for asslBtanco to
buld n new Trans-Pacific 11) er tho
j espouses will bo moro general than
hoietofore. In tho meantime why not
liao nioio yacht inces with tho local
boats betweon Honolulu nnd Hllo?-
Most certainly mnko it an nnnunl
ocnt. Tho Irwin Cup Is waiting an
opportunity ns n perpetual piomotcr
of good spoi t.
Tho jacht Hawaii should bn placed
nuclei the en lo of ono man willing to
be held responslblo for tho enie and
upkeep ot tho vessel. To dlvldp tho
ic.tponslljlllty between tho membeiA
of a emumltlco In eertnlii to lesull in
ill u ter sooner or later. Tho juyhl
mnv not be ruined, but thu kindly
feelings of mcmlmis toward each oth
el mi Buffer. 'Ihu Hawaii should
bo held foi tho iict Tiana-l'aeine
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
frr six J Moulds .Bo
Icr Year, Atiyuliercln US I.uo
Pel V.iar,an)w litre In Canada .. f.fo
Pcrear mst ild, foiclgii 3(ou
Entered at the TrntoiTicr at Honolulu
a nt-con 1 clai niutrr.
AUGUST 8, 1008
Hncc nml used enough to keep her In
condition. 1 1lls Idea of the jncht bo-
ng rcnuy ror the auction block or
the scrap-heap, nil becauso tho first
race was not won, is nonsense. Tho
Hawaii is a splendid boat nnd, with
experienced Inndllntr, will set tho
pace In t c I'. il.l;.
KEin. G HONEY IH CIRCULATION.
John K McDougabl, City Trcas-
uier, jestcrday deposited on In
terest with the Crocker National
Hank $222,000., being tho larg
est amount put out on interest by
tho city nt any one time. Tho city
will iccehe 2 per cent, on the
money, with tho right to with
draw it nt nny time. As security
tho bank deposited with tho
Treasurer fifty bonds of $1,000.
each of Snn Mnteo County, nine
teen bonds of the Sequoia Union
High School of Alameda County
of $1,000. denomination, 237
bonds of the Union High School
of Alameda County for $300. each
ond $71,000. w oi th of San I'ran
Cisco municipal bomlH, which draw
Interest nt tho rate of 3V4 per
cent. This makes n total of
$529,000. belonging to tho city
placed on Intcicst, and thcro Is
about $1,500,000. more available
when bccurlty Is furnished. San
Tho especial attention of Hullo
t i n renders Is called to this state
ment of how the city of San Traii
clsco makes uso of tho funds in Its
treasury Instead of storing tho coin
In tho vaults where It lleo pr.ictic.illy
Idlo until expended under appropria
Hawaii's present sstem Is to col
lect Its public funds nnd withdraw
them fioui circulation until such time
ns tho p.oiolls and various lines of
public work call for oxpendltuies.
This reduces tho circulating medium
nt tho disposal of tho pcoplo nnd has
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I't'.n.l. to Klisiu.
Hut this condition can bo changed
Building lots in the Puupueo Tract
Size and Price of lots to suit pur
chasers. If you are contemplating building,
d not fail to consider this tract be
Here are fine marine and moun
tain views, good soil and drainage,
and location convenient to the car
We are ready to assist in building
nomes on inese tots.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
For Island Communication,
Quick, Easy, Cheap
frw m . A 1 1 J H
A V VI LIMITED -t -t ..
qiL Font1 lksHmLL,
The Athcrlon House;
4 Bedrooms; all modern
Nearly one acre of ground.
If you are looking
for a cool place, there
is no use of looking
tfjmk fwJt Wfit
If tho Legislature will dcotc Its tlmo
nnd thought to tho pnbsago of n de
positary law. Tho money of tho Ter
ritorial Treasury should bo earning
nn income from the local financial In
stitutions which would undoubtedly
pay a fair rate of Interest ou tho Ter
The Territory on Its part would bo
fully recured by the banks offering
preferred securities designated In tho
law. Experience has proed that tho
depositary law Is good business for
BOTH PARTIES FOR HIGH TARIFF.
The tariff should bo one of tho In
dies: of Hawnil'H campaign on which
all parties should bo a unit.
This may nppear extraordinary to
thoo who havo been taught Unit tho
protect ho tariff Is tho ono lssuo on
which tho followers of tho two great
political parties should dhlde re
gnrdlcss of whero they live or tho
conditions that sunound them. If It
bo extraordinary, it Is perfect tiuth.
The piotectno tariff is tho eiy
life of tho agricultural Industilcs of
these Islands. Without It Hawaii
would I overt to tho das of fallow
lands given to weeds, ur tho jungle.
Wo must havo It to prosper, nnd no
arguments of Democracy, Populism,
or nny other Ism can mako It othor
Somo will claim that Hawaii has
nothing to do with making tho laws
of tho countiy, so nny declaration
fiom any party will hao little forco
or offetl In tho final result. Wo do
not think tho majority of thinking
men bellovo this.
Although wo h.no no oto In Con
Kicss tho utterances of our political
leaders, tho platforms of our politi
cal parties, will bo carefully scanned
ns expressing tho sentiment of the
Tho platforms of each of tho lead
ing parties in this Territory should
contain deai-cut demands for tho
continuance of turlff piotcctlou ns It
stands today tincHiddcd protection for
coffee. Our developing Industiles
should nlso bo ghen that tariff sitp-
poit which will put them on their
feet without committing an injuiy
to producer or consumer of tho main
If the Democrats cannot find it pos
sible to follow tho Peiins)hnnla rule
of Sam Randall and bo hlgh-turlff
Democrats, they should nt least de
liver themselves of nothing that will
Injuro tho high-tariff cause with
which tho prosperous future of these
Islands Is so Intimately Involved.
CONTROL OP THE PACIFIC
Tioy (N. V.) Record
A gtent deal has been said and
written of lato about tho futuro con
trol of tho Pacific ocean. In the opin
ion of certnln pcoplo, Jnpnn Is pre
paring for tho day when through her
hcn-povvor sho will bo nblo to demou
htrnto her superiority over till other
According to nn Auckland, Now
calami, dispatch Jho Premier of that
countiy recently declared that tho
hi) will come wli on n gnat light will
Wo Are The
Little Tudor Play
Little Tudor Sleepers
ideal garments for the little ones for
both day and night wear.
bo'ncccfsnryfor tiie supremacy of the
blto races In tho Pacific. When
tucli ii tlmo comes, ho said tlicat ltrlt-
nip cm hno the nsslstiinto of tho
Amcrlciti fleet, nnd tho two nations
will ho found lighting shoulder lo
idiimldci to prosono to futuio genei
ntlojis tho right nnd privilege due to
nil el isscs.
Whllo the New Zealand states
man's opinion was delivered In a high
bounding manner, ho nppenis to lino
flamed his idea of the future nllhncc
between Urcnt Ilritaln nnd tho 1'nltod
Htnlcs upon a sentiment which dwells
largel) In his own bosom.
Japan has ambitious designs for
the future. Hut It Is sane In Its as-
piiutions It asrllrcn to be the domi
nant nation In the l'nr Hast That
nspltatlon might bo fulfilled, so far
ns the waters near Japan mid t'lilni
nrc concerned. With such contiol It
might Influence China,' Korea, and
lesser Asiatic nations. There would
bo nothing serious In such domlnince
Our Government now Insists upon
Its right to Inllucnco Cuba nnd Pan
ama In matters which nrc of vital im
pel tanco to the United States Whllo
It has nut intcrfcted with Internal
affairs of Hajtl and Snuto Domingo,
It frequently has notified those black
republics that they must so conduct
their governments that American
Interests shall not bo Jeopardized
Hut tho authorities nt Washington
would no more think of Instructing
Mexico or Canada in regard to theli
lespectivo nffnirs than It would think
of Instructing Germany or I'ranco In
regird to matters in tho Haltlc or tho
The Pacific occin Is destined to be
come the grcit highway for the ships
of nil nations. Upon tho completion
of the Isthmian Canal n gtent deal of
the tiado which passes bj was of the
Suez canal will find Its wnv thiough
tho American wntorway, nnd thence
ucrosK the Pacific to tho Par Ihst
Japan can no moro monopolize thu
trade of the Orient than the United
States can monopoltzo the Undo of
South America. Consccjuentl) tho
little brown pcoplo will be forced to
content themselves with the oppor
tunities which will come through
eloso proxlmltv to China and other
rich lint, ns )ct, undeveloped coun
tries. HONOLULU WEATHER
All) list 8.
Temperatures 0 a. m . 71 Si m ,
79; 10 ii. in, 78; noejn, 71 l lornliirf
Hnionieter, S n. m.'snn? iibboluk'
hiunldlty, 8 n. in, li.lGl grains "f
cubic foot; lefjtlvo huinldllv Sa m ,
GO per cent: clow point. S a in 1,1
Wind B a in vclocltv ", direction
N. n.: 8 a m Veloclh 11 dlrectlmi
U.; 10 n m . velocity 8. din i Hon N U :
niioii, vuloclty II dliertlon N U.
Hnlufall during 21 hoiir ended 8 a
m , .on Inch. u
Totnl wind movenieni during 21
hours ended nt noon '1ST, miles.
WM. II STOCKMAN.
Section Director, Weather Uiircnu.
BANK LOOTER WALKER
Hiiilford (Conn) hdv 2' W i'
Walker, whn looted Hi havings 11 ink
of Now Hrll'ilu of ni re that half a
million dollars' uo'ih of necurltlcs
and wns cnptuicd in Lower Califor
nia, pleaded gulllj cm four counts of
the Indictment hi the Superior Court
Ho was sentenced lo not less thin
one ear nor more Hi in llvo jcais ou
tho first count nod nm uioru than llvo
)cars on each of tin Ihrro other
counts. Tho cntlro i"iiill will bo
not more than tvvcntv one veaitf.
Immediately upon tin pronouncing
of sentence) Walkci giiinlccl by Unco
fihcilff's deputies, i liken to tho
county Jail to avvali Hie propaiatlou
of commitment paper ou which ho
will ho delivered to ihe Stuto penl
tentlnry. Tho court procoe'dlngs nc
copied Hcarcely half an hour.
Walker Is underslooil lei havo made
ii completo confession which embrac
es tho stiitc meiit tint Minrpers In
New York, In whoso Innds ho vvns at
tho tlmo. sent tho dlspitch In Febru
ary, 1907. which made It nppear that
ho had been Killed bj tho cars there
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
if you are thinking of pur
chasing a watch.
We have them in GOLD,
SILVER, nnd GUN-METAL,
at prices Very Little in Ad
vance of Regular Time
Watches. Also a Large Stock
. Swiss Repeaters
H. F. Wichman & Co.
won ht tide l'
Know its value.
and mver tt
MltS. JOSr.l'II hAOr.U.r.,lJ llron
son St.. Ottnvva l'.ast, Ontario, Can-
mln t rltpft
"I suffered with bickache, hcidicho
nnd dragging iilns f"' tr ll'
numilia. nnd nothing relieved mo iinlll
I took Pcniin. This mcclleino 1 by far
bolter than nny other medlclno for theKo
troubles. A few bottles relieved mo of
my mlserablo, half-dead, hnlf-allvo con
dition. , ,
"I nm now In good henlth, hnv.o neither
ache nor pain, nor havo I had nny for
thu past) car,
"If ovcry suffering woman would tako
rcruna, tbey w ould soon know its v aluo
and uovcr bo without It."
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
M.ln. .ToTonli Ttciiiiloln, 69 lino St.
Olivier, Quebec, P. tj., Cnnndn, writes:
'Perunn is wonderful for indigestion.
I cat whitcver I want and no longer
ni nnv iinnre'slon. lUvlng had dys
pepsia (or a long time and having tried
,..,imi oilier remedies. I decided to try
Perunn nnd with tho fourth botllo of it
it as pcrtcitly cured.
Tho following wholesale drug'
gists will supply tho retail trado
a Safe that is ABSOLUTELY FIRE
PROOF, if jou need one at all.
have undergone the severest tests, nnd hayc proved to be
thoroughly reliable in ecry way.
In a recent fire, a HALL SAFE was buried for three
dnjs in red-hot ashes without damage to its contents.
That's the kind of safes they are.
$Biji j' ,' h fftj
M. M'Inerny, Ltd., Fort and Merchant Sts.
'Tor this rcion I recommend It to
all those who iro mffcrlng with that
Urrlblo malady, iljspepsla. I liopo
that nil who nro illllclccl In thl wny
w 111 tnko Pcnin-i and Mnnatln as I did."
Chronic Nasal Catarrh.
Mr. Clns. It. Stevens, 122 Sixteenth
HI., Detroit, Mlcblirnn, U.S. A., writes!
"It affords me grestpleniuro to teittl-
fy to tho merit of l'cruna ns a renuciy
for c-itarrh. ,
"I suffered for somo tlmo with I
chronic nasal catarrh, but nflcr llvci
lined seven bottles of l'eriuia I nm
il,-irettoaYtliat Inm entlrclv will,
there not bolus tho slightest trace of
Perunn Is without ft doubt, In my
mind, tho greatest remedy known for
Weak, Tired reeling.
fl Mario A.Iicmer.ttS W.Wh t .
Chicago, Illinois, U. H. A., Worth) bec
retiry I. O. O.T., writes:
'I nm glad to glvo n good word for
Perunn, nnd I hopo that nil w ho free thu
w ho nro trouble el with s) ste mlc citarrh
a) I vvns for ) ears, will profit by it.
"I had tried many romiellcs, but nono
did moro than glvo mo temporary re
lief, nnd soino did notxjv eu do that.
"I took Perunn nt the suggestion of -i
friend, and wns moro than pleaded and
surprised nt tho results.
.r nm noiv perfectly well and strong.
That weak, tired feeling bus left me,
nnd I feel 111.0 n different person en
tirely." The Slavery of Disease.
ti i.ivnnilorfiilhowmnuy women In
Canada nnd tho United Slntc bnv o been
prsctlcally made now again ei) ino "
Not tho victims of nny organic ells
ciwe, but Just n half-dead nnd bilf-allv o,
Miserable, dragging pims uiai Keep
awomanalvva)s from doing her best
work, from being her best Bclf. Cro.
and potulint, lwrlmps. Mn)lHctn n
ulnttern In her hoin,ehold, Just bncnuso
hor health is continually Ulovv par.
Sho never feels qulto right. Sho gets
tho reputation of being sullen, or mor
bid, or lll-tinipcrcd.
Her trouble! Is not a moral ono nt nil,
it is simply n pb) -leal ono. Make- such
a woman well and sho immediately lw
comes transformed Into n new being
ThU Is oxactly what Pcruna has done
In a multltudo of eases.
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