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..JAN. 8, 190'i.
THE COLONIAL GHOST
O. Ml ., .,! rr.ol,r Whit
xvall say If asked whether Hawaii would
ccePt a Colonial gocrnment as a con-
Ultlon to being granted a seventy-live
ncr cent .rebata of Its Federal revenues
ns proposed In the President's mes
tage? The natural supposition Is that the
question Is repeated because, First, It
will be put to the delegates, nnd, Sec
ond, some fear what the delegates may
As the Bulletin understands the opin
ion ot tho delegates, they will hold that
they cannot discuss this matter becauso
It Is not included ln tho object for
which they orS sent.
It the question Is put to them they
cannot help discussing it They mutt
face It individually and collectively.
It Is vital to the welfare ot this Tcr
rltory that the answer of the delegates
to any Colonial proposition tor Hawaii
kbould be known.
It Is proper that the people who are
here In Hawaii should know whether
inj one speaking In their behalf would
consider for a moment any such proiios-1
al to sell our Territorial uiruingni iur
a mess of Colonial pottage.
Hawaii's response to tho Colonial plan
Bhould be clear cut, prompt and stead
fast, first, Inst and always. To evade
the question Is to imply a possible af
ROOSEVELT'S NEW YORK FIGHT
Politics In New York State, which al
ways seriously bear on national politics,
have resolved Intu a most bitter fight
In the Republican camp, with former
Governor Odcil, present Governor Illg
gins and President Itoosevelt as the
principal factors. In other words the
President Is taking a very active part
in the management of the Hcpuullc&u
party In New York State, doing his ut
most to floor Odell and his following.
Thus far he appears to havo been very
successful, though party wreckage as
disastrous as ln the days of uarneld
and Conkllng Is possible,
The fight came into the open shortly
after the New York Cltv election and
Insurance exposures bad assisted in
weakening Odell's position as the party
leader. Tho first test under tho re
formation was In the election ot the
chairman of tho New York Republican
County Committee. Herbert Parsons
was the candidate ot the Odell's oppo
nents. He was favored by tho Presi
dent as openly as the President could
'act. Parsons la the head'ot the New
York County Committee.
This victory and the threatened fight
oyer the Speaker of tho State Legisla
tive Assembly caused ex-Oovernor Odell
to Issue a statement in which he
charged the President with seeking to
wreck the Republican party ot New
York. He also stated that Rooscielt
had asked him to support ex-Oovernor
Black for United States, Senator when
Depew last year came up for reelec
tion, and that after a formal confer
ence Roosevelt himself deserted Black
and backed Depew, This Is a partic
ularly Interesting side-light on past
history as It was supposed at tho time
that Odell switched from Black to Do-j-ew
on account ot the pressure of the
I ?' Ion 9111 Ulc8 for making his party and setting everybody was having. Mr. Vivas ro-
I i lone it n "cw n,nrk ln Political honesty, or,Ponded to tho toast for tho ladles In
i ' ion 9inolwrccklnB ,l nni1 turning the Stato over bis usual humorous vein. Several oth-
Jan. D, 1900 ...109 .n ,Mft h.niAn... In mtit. 4l.n ..m. Ir Innutfl u-ern nffnrml nnil .Irttnl mnl
iiie iiooscveuian wing nas Kepi mov-.- "
lng right nlong despite Odell's charges. I10,10 P- m'
T It offered James W. Wadsworth, Jr., asf".Mlls, T!ll
.', Its randldato for Speaker ot the Ab-I r Y ! IllJ lllll I IRKPlX
sembly and dispatches a few' days ago UAUUIUIUII I lUIIUCU
announced that the majority was with I
Wadsworth, thereby giving another'
blow to the Odell leadership. I
In all this work Roosevelt has played
a strong personal hand. Ho has allowed
Interviews given out Indirectly, but
with every stiynn of authority, outlin
ing his approval of both I'ainons nnil
Wndsttorth. It Is "iilro claimed that
he has brought all tho Federal liillueitio
possible to bear In New York City
and the State to aid his candidates.
This he has not done without arous
ing the mot acrimonious debate and
bitter personal feeling. It Is clalmtd
by the outs that they 'will make ex
posures of political deals that " will
shade the Insurance disclosures Into
Tho character of men on whom
Hooiciclt's approval has rested in tluso
lontcsts Is attracting quite as much at
tention as the right, Parsons Is n )oung
man, a Harvard graduate, and ono ot
tho men who has enough money to
take time for politics. Ho bas been a
district leader but preIous to tho re
cent months has seldom been viewed at
a factor In leadership for a wider party
Wadsworlh might bo classed as a
mcro boy. Ho Is a Yalo graduate, the """"" ol wnom V'Vi . . '' .
son of Congressman Wadsworth. nct.b'm,c'1 ll""' at ,Mt bT,'1 'J?'1,',
crnn of the Spanish-American war and Jho CB,ler wcro wlneJ nna Iuau?J a"
not yet thirty years ot ago. He is cor- ""J"; , ,. ,, ,,
talnly very youthful to be placed In j ' Mr' nm' M"; 8' Ko'HnoI and Mr.
position which Is second only In 1m- and Mrs. T. U. Lyons gave n combined
portanco to tho Governorship and by,!unu nt, Wnlkapu In honor of M. T.
some, more earnestly sought. J'on; V.ro.thc.r of T" "' Lyon8' Tlm.
Thcro Is no doubt that the President!18 J Walluku boy to tho backbone, well
Is taking a personal hand In rejiivcnat-fal,lc,r.cd h,ui not well spoused, for ho
Ing the Republican party of hls'State'11- """ n Wf bachelor, which slato
and Is giving his support to young ' loneliness (which ho calls lovell
men. Ills chief objocts have not been nc8l, Ms numerous friends nro most
divulged. Somo claim ho Is looking I nxlous for him to cast off. The largo
nhead to control tho Stnto after bis re-, gathering sat down about 3 o'clock
. a . ii ii . Hltil ftin f rt1tnnrlir vn tinni-a iitnrn
"-'"CIU irum IDS ITCSlUeHCy UnU I 1US
P th0 Wl' I'Cn f0r hU lMtl0n l0
fh it-,i a,-,' a...... n. .i.i. ..
" may, tho President Is In tho midst,
manner that It was ghen over when
Prelum cicvelaud came to tho front
MAUI SICK LIST
(Special to The llulltn)
Walluku, Maul, Jan. B. Police Offi
cer John Brown waji operated on by
Drs. DInegar and Weddlck on last Sat.
urday. Dec 30th, for appendicitis.
Slnco tho operation thecr has boen 1IL
11a ltnnn fnf hi nvtivn. 1..., n. 4t.ln
.w ..w,w .w. tt I.VWI.IJJ UUfc Ul ...IB
time ho seems to bo doing much better
than was expected nnd may pull
Mrs. J. II. Hansen has been quite III
for tho paBt fow weeks, Dr. Weddlck
is tho attending physician and states
i"1,' p Ow,'rprov',ng n
J. C. Walker, who has been very
,0VV Wlttl heart tJUblO Ot tllO Molulttnl
J" 'ho 'd innnu"r'- "Jnnp!?,,,,?3
..," V.I taku bt a SSrt time b
W." uku b ut n sho rt t m be-
cgatn left his bed. Ho was without
vav tiw , V t J HIIU UVfVS
funds and almost a stranger to tho
pcoplo of this place, yet several Xlndly
came to his assistance and provided
for his needs until his death and then
at their own expense had his remains
Colonel W. II. Michael, who bas just
been appointed Consul-Qcncral at Cal
cutta, served In both army and navy
In the war of tho rebellion with dis
CONNECTED WITH SEWER
LOT 60x80, FRONTING ON TWO
Trust Co;, Limited.
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
The Halelwa Limited will run en
I both Sunday, December 31, and Mon
day, January 1.
This two-hour train leaves Honolulu
at 8!22 a. m.. relurntnn arrives at
e Q CC
Excursion tickets to all points along
the line will be sold by the Oahu Rail,
way on New Year's Day.
nr n N'ouf Vnrlr flt.h ihat fm nt.ns.rtnt. orrerou. testlllpcl tn tho cnlnvnliln lime
MANY NEW YEAR AFFAIRS
, BY III MAUI FRIENDS
JUDQE KEPOIKAI SEE8 THAT 1906
IS PROPERLY U8HEREO IN.
ROBIN80N AND KE-
(Sptclal to Tfie Bulletin)
Wolluku, Maul, Jan. 6. New Year's
Day was very generally celcbratcu In
and around Walluku. Hon. and Mrs.
Kepolkal kept an open house at their
Kahulul fishery, to which their many
friends responded In largo numbers.
V. T. Itohlnson likewise treated his
""" "" '""""'"b '"" ";
markCU W'th Mmy flW f WU nnd
mprrlmpnt nmt tho ,-ntiatnnt rtvlmr ..f
corlss In responso to tho many toasts
On Wednesday, Judge and Mrs. Ko-
polkal entertained a largo gathering
in honor of M. T. Lyons, at their Ka
Imlul resort. A largo number of pco
plo from Walkapu and Walluku attend.
ed tho luau, which was up to tho usual
standard of luaus given by tho jovial
Judge, ana no ono can deny giving him
first placo as an entertainer. Thus
ended the festivities which have fol
lowed tho wako of Mr. Lyons slnco his
return to his native heath, Ltko tho
visit of tho Prlnco ot Wales to India,
It was a visit rcpleto with mcmornblo
Ifiaus attended by high officials ns
well as tho most beauteous ot our fem
ininity, for the latter hava none but
the best wishes for "Tim," especially
bis future movements and accomplish
ments, as mapped out for him at tho
IN CASE OF AH
In undertaking to Improve tho sani
tary condition ot Kakaako, by grading
and filling, providing the tenants raise.
their houses not less than nvo feet
tbovo tho official grade, tho trustees
of the Bishop Estato tako this action
"on nccount ot tho great improvements
in street work by tho road department
during tho past few months, and It Is
hoped that tho good work will bo con
tinued until other Btrccts and alleys in
bo district are Improved.
"Tho trustees are ready to assist,
but It should bo understood that they
cannot carry on tho work unless tho
tenants, holding leases that have sev
eral years to run, consent to do their
"This statement Is mado -(to tho
Hoard of supervisors) In order that
ion, may fully understand tho position
of tho Bishop Estato, In case ot any
action to uo taken by tbo Board of
Signed by F. S. Dodge, superintend
ent Estate, of B. P. Bishop.
HOUSES TO LET
HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
"rent aNB company
933 FORT STREET.
MOTHERS. Wc want you
to Know About Our
made by the same firm that make the
famous LITTLE TUDOR PLAY
The LITTLE TUDOR 8LEEPER8
are made of pink and blue striped Out
ing flannel, style as per cut without
the collar and are made In sizes 1 to
We consider this a perfect sleeping
garment for children and are confident
that a trial will be most satisfactory.
W 111 WHS 10 if E
Hawaiians Claim It
Built In Right
LEE LET ALSO SUED
BUT IS DISCHARGED
COFFIN AND PALL BEARERS PA83-
ED IN 1870) WHERE NOW
18 ONLY A CHICKEN
A suit to forco E. C. Winston to re
movo part ot tho block bearing bis
namo or pay damages has been Insti
tuted by Anno Woolsey, on tho ground
that It Is encroaching on an ancient
right ot way,
Tho Winston block Is situated on
Hotel street near the river. It Is qulto
n largo and substantial structure,
which Is said to havo cost about )20,
000. Next to this building Is tho Lea
Let building, which was erected at a
cost of about $11,000. Between tbo
two buildings runs a narrow alley lead
ing to property belonging to tho plain
tllf and other Hawaiians, and It is this
nlloy which Is tho bono ot contention.
Tho matter camo up this morning
beforo Mrs. Nakulna as Commissioner
of Rights of Way and Water Rights.
Judgo Humphreys represented Lea
Let, whllo Holmes & Stanley appeared
Tho plaintiff cla.mcd a 4 1-2 foot
right ot way between tho Lee Let and
tbo Winston building. ' Sho produced
testimony to show that such a right o
way had existed for many years past
Thus, It was shown, a coffin carried
by pallbearers passed through tho lane
In tho year 1870, without having the
slightest difficulty. Other evidence
was produced showing that In years
gone by tbo alley bas been used as a
Lrldla path, down which tho Hawaii.
ans wcro In tho habit of galloping
their horses. Now, however, tho alloy
hod been reduced to a mere chicken
trail by tbo two buildings encroaching
on it, and was mado difficult and In.
convenient to pass.
Judgo Humphreys managed to have
his client discharged from tbo matter,
showing that Leo Let had built his
building entirely on his own property.
As a consequence tho wholo responsi
bility for having reduced tho width of
tho lane is pressed .against Winston.
As tho front of tho Winston building
Is made ot cement or brick It Is
thought that It tho plaintiff secures
her right of way, damages will bo paid
rather than having part ot tho building
The deaths In Honolulu In December
tiumbercd 08; males 40, females 28,
annual death rate per 1,000 of popula
tion, 20.76; 68 births and 43 marriages
December's statistics showed an In.
crease of eight deaths compared to
the record of December, 1904.
Sixteen deaths occurred In public
Institutions. Thcro wcro sovon deaths
from tuberculosis and two from ty
phoid fuvor during last month;
Deaths by nationality wero: Ameri
can, 4; Chlneso, 11; Hawaiian, 33; Jap
anese, 11; Korean, 2; part Hawaiian,
?; Portuguese, 2; Porto mean, 1; oth'
Of tho C8 December deaths, 21 wero
of children under ono year, 10 were
between 30 and 40 years of ago and -7
wore over 70,
-c0r Rant" enrds on aala at CulUtU
Suit To Order
We Are The People
Style Is UP-TO-DATE
'Prices Are Right
Made Throughout By
L. B. KERR & GO, Ltd
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PUN') COMPANY,
1E6 and' 1S8 HOTEL 8T.(
International Poultry Food Co.
' California Feed
NEVER BURIED AT SEA
Chinamen traveling from tho United
States to their mother country are
never burled at Bea. It Is a frequent
occurrence for a Japaneso who dies
on n ship to be burled hundreds ot
miles from port. Bvory vessel plying
between tho States and China Is pro
Wded with coffins by tho Chamber of
Commerco nt Hongkong. On nearly
favcry ship going from Ban Francisco
to tho Orient one or two Chinamen,
old fellows returning homo to die, pas's
away beforo tho voyago Is finished.
Tho steamship companies havo been
lequested by tho Hongkong Chamber
of Commerco to havo all bodies cm-.
balmed, put In tbo coffins provided
ind taken to the passenger's original
destination. The Chamber of Com-
mcrco pays all expenses attached to
tho procedure. The ship's surgeon
does tho embalming.
Adjutant and Mrs. Bambcrry leave
by tho Klnau tomorrow, for Hllo, where
they are going to Inspect the work of'
the Army, and conduct meetings In a
uumber ot places on the big Island,
Their campaign covers ten days, and
during their visit they will conduct
meetings as follows:
Thursday, January 11, (evening) st
Friday, January 12, (evening) at
Saturday, January 13, (evening)
at Hllo, (Salvation Hall).
-Sunday, January 14, 11 a. m., at Hllo,
Sunday, January It, 8 p. m., at Hllo,
Monday, January l.C, (evening)
Tuesday. January 1C, (evening) at
Wednesday. Jnnuary 17 ( evening)
at Kuku haole.
Thursday. January 18. (evening) nt
Honokaa, Sanation Army Hall.
They will return to Honolulu on the
20th and expect to conduct n special
campaign In the local corps, commenc
ni Hntnrilnv tho Sfllli mil on.llni. Mnn
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KS SrSnT ST?.. "L.1?.'.. eu"B3,
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Jan. 6, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Koplolanl Kst Ltd to McDrydo Es
tato Ltd . . L
John A Magutro nnd wf to Mary E
Entered for Record Jan. 8, 1906,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Alika Adams to Fannlo Oana ,,,,,. D
Ii Iotama to Kaonohlola D
U O Mellor to First Dank of Hllo
J Oouvela to W O Aiken SurL
Manuel P Ilapozo and wf to W O
W O Aiken and wf to Antone Fret-
tas . . . ., (....D
W O Aiken and wf to John de Costa. D
W O Allien and wf to Jose A Rodrl- '
W O Aiken and wf to Manuel do
Sco Wo Sing Co to Wong Cheo Hlng i
F M Swanzy to Haniakua Mill Co.. I,
J D Andrews ct al to Olaa S Co I.d.CM '
O Omoto et al to Olaa S Co Ld CM
KNUD8EN TO HUSTLE.
(Continued from Page 1.)
man remarked today: "Ten thousand
dollars Is not going to be enough for
the delegation. Resides tho regular
expenses of the trip each member of
the dclesatlon should havA a thousand
dollars to spend. You can't mingle nnd
make an effect ln Washington without
money." young man yet and It Is a long cry to
Said another: "What an Idea! This the day when his domination will cease
Is no bunch ot lobbyists for a railway If this prophecy comes truo. Certain
scheme. It won't be necessary to spend It Is that his stamp Is going on every
a cent over the ten thousand dollars, thing pertalnlng-to administration in
If the regular expense exceeds that tbo government. It Is "0. K. T. R."
umount, however, tho money will bo overywhere except In the treasury de
forthcoming. partment. Secretary Shaw 1b, perhaps
Is a medicated preparation which gives
the most remarkable results. It pre
vents disease. It cures Chicken Chol
era, It greatly Increases egg produc
tion. It gives at
realth and causes
grow very rapidly. It Invigorates the
digestive organs. It supplies material
for bone, muscle arjd feather, and Is
especially beneficial during themoult
GAS STOVES .
. New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Juit to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICE8.
11 M W
WHAT ROOSEVELT IS
DilING 10 REPUBLICANS
UP8ETTING ALL THE OLD W0Rj3.
18 TAKING HAND AND PLAC
ING HI8 STAMP ON
Washington, D. C, Dec 18. Before
tho National Republican Convention
!-. in riiimcn inat T.mo mnnh n.
Wr.i nr n.n .aMiia,i n... ,!
'of tho Ilepubllcan party. This faction
WM composed of tho so-cnlled McKIn-
:t,y Hepubllcans, led by men who had
t,nJoyC(1 .pedal' privileges during tho
'presidency of William McKlnlcy Sen-
nlor jianna wns tho leader of tho co-
terle nnd ,t wa8 ,,, own pCrgonai ma.
ti,lno. oven durlne tho Incumbency of
"'' 4""u6 '" lUCUUlUlut-y Ul
ins inenu. tuis faction uisiikcu ev-
irythlng not bearing tho McKlnlcy,
- " lw.nd.. It practical
foiced Thcodoro Itoosevelt to become
Vlco President with the Idea that It
would removo him forever from tho
Held ot active politics. It suspected
him as rresldent ad Interim and the
eoIo opposition to his nomination at
Chicago camo from tho Hanna wing of
tho party. After tho death of Senator
Hanna tho opposition. lacked a head.
jit Is oven doubtful It Senator Hanna
I had lived If he could have forestalled
tho personal popularity of Theodoro
liooscvelt nnd kept him from a noml-
Nevertheless when tbo Chicago con-
vtntlon assembled It was recognized
that the Hanna faction .must bo roprc-
tented on the national ticket, vice
President Fairbanks was tbo man up-
on whom tho so-called Hannaltcs unit-
rd, nnd he was nominated for tho sec-
ond placo on tho ticket. Elmer Dover,
prlvato secretary of tbo late Senator
iiauna and acting secretary of tho Re-
publican National Committee was lor-
mnlly elected to that position, and Is
still nominally holding that office.
M hero Is the Hanna organization now!
In less than two years Theodoro
Roosevelt has not, only overridden fac
tional lines within his own party but
pjrtlsan lines all over tho country. Ho
has come to dominate not only tho Ro-
I publicans but a large part of tho uera-
ocrnts as well, partially because no
mnn dare opposo him openly If ho
wished to do bo. It Is oven predicted
that, barring accident, he and his
1 1 lends will continue to be tho doml-
t.ant power In tho Republican party as
lone as he lives. The President Is a
tho only living man holding a respon
sible public position who thinks and
acts HUo a simon-pure llannalto of two
years ago. Even ho will bo eliminated ,
by his own resignation In February,
Shaw Last Vestige of Hannnalsm.
With tho departuro ot Secretary
E-baw tho last vestlgo of Hannalsm
will go. Tho campaign methods of Sen
ator Hanna, always mora or less criti
cised, will be repudiated in tho futuro
by tho Hooscvclt Republicans; ardent
Uand-patters havo given way to tariff
icvlslon Republicans, who, however,
are conservative In reform; railroad
into legislation would hardly hava
teen enacted with tho llannattes at
tt.o wheel; Insuranco Investigations
wouhl not havo been so productive of
results; tho Ecncrol policy of retrench-
rrent nnd reform In tho government
""Ico would havo been slowor and
lt 80 complete. It Is becauso of
n"0 things and many others of a slm-
Inr stamp that Hannalsm Is burled In
Uoosevcltlsm. An Infusion of new nnd
younger blood has. rejuvenated tho Ro-
publican party nnd practically com-
!'Hcl n readjustment of all other par-
I ! ..ml..
ties doing national politics. I.eroy T.
Vernon In the Chicago Dally News.
Parls, Dec. 15. "Yes, there was a
dinner given by Mr. Henry C. Frlck ln
Die Duquesne Club, Pittsburg. I was
In Pittsburg singing for charity. I was
aske'd to sing at tho dinner and con
sented," said Miss Anna Held today at
her home In this city when told ot tbo
Btory that William Ellis Corey, presi
dent ot tho great United States steel
corporation, had threatened to make
revelations Involving actions by prom
inent j'lttsburg men which took placo
at a banquet at which Miss Held Bang,
unless the men ceased criticizing
Corey, It was said that Miss Held,
who sang, was roughly treated by somo
of the diners.
The criticisms upon Corey, It was
pointed out. were caused by rumors
that ho was to permit his wife to di
vorce him ln order that ho might marry
Maybelle Oilman, the American actress
who 1b studying music under De ilea
Miss Held said: "When I arrived,
there, which was late In the evening.
many of tho guests were drunk. They
wcro excessively noisy.
"I sang 'won't You Come nnd Play
With Me," you know the song. Onu
man removed his 'coat and shouted
'Certainly.' I left the dinner. Ueforo
I got nway my clothing was slightly
torn. I cannot remember the namo ot
the man who (ook his coat off. Mr,
Frlck was there and saw him.
"The dinner was hot stuff." '
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