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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. 1 II., WEDNESDAY. MAIICH 21. 1800.
Fubtlshed Every Day Except Sunday,
Dt 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINQTON. .Editor
Entered at the Poslotflce at Hono
lulu as second-class matter
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r month, anywhere In U. S..J .75
Ter quarter, anywhere In U. 8.. 2.00
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lx months .SO
Per ynr, anywhere In U. 8.... 1,00
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
(Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. O. IIOCKUS, Business Manager ol
,Lc Dullctln Publishing Compnny. Lim
ited, being flst duly sworn, on ontb,
deposes and says: That the following
Is a true r.nd correct statement of clr
culatlon for the week ending March
16, A. D. 1906, of the Dally and Week
ly Editions of the Evening Dulletln;
Circulation of Evf.'nlng Bulletin
parties nro Merely creatures of nn hour
to carry nu election. Tho attitude of
tho Clic Federation In the last County
election was along this lino and might
Lave done Irrepurable Injury. Parti
zanshlp should bo broad minded nnd
straightforward. flood government
may or may not be accomplished in a
day, but It cannot be brought about by
o shiftiness than changes pnrtizan nt
Ifglance with the east of a chameleon
reversing Its color.
Tho Kail campaign wilt bo on all Im
portant one. To approach It with a
snarling, haggling, and unjust nttack
all along the lino Is to court disaster
and assure tho election of the worat
kind of reprrscnlathes tu do the peo
DRAPE THEPRIZE FIGHTER
Sitae thls-p-iper seldom disgraces It
self with emblazoning the fairy forms
of I'rizo fighters- nn Its pages and Is
Wuuiosed to be constitutionally oppos
ed tc the morning paper, It therefore
is In n position to give aid nnd counsel
to the advocates of less prize fight pic
tures or more clothes, who spoko at
Tuesday's meeting of the W. C. T. U.
This matter can be easily nrranged
If the publishers will simply have tho
courtesy to treat the complainant-! with
th tonsldirutlou they desene. There
Is no reason In the wide world why the
figures of the prize fighters posed be
fore the rnmcra shoulld not bo draped.
This Is especially true in this Territory
where the ancient national dress is of.
rurli easy Honing lines that It Is read
lly donned by cither rex and Incident'
prntscments. and as stated tho prol-1 nnsjiMnnnDP Mipuni cnu
sloiu of this section woro carried out to COMMODORE NIMIULbUN
the letter Immediately upon conclusion
of survey of the lands, but a rc-subdl-vlsloii
lenders necessary a rc-npprnlsc-
ment. which should bo completed Willi-L
in two wcoks from this date.
Of the 1201 1 acres of Kaunamauo
classed as cane laud 101C.1 acres had a
crop of enno growing on tho land ou
January 1, 1900.
Vcur clai mof right to acqulro ona
hundred acres each because law Btatca
land "shall bo laid out in lots of NOT
OVER ono hundred ncrcs of first class
agricultural laud," and that tbo Com
missioner assumes that "he Is the law"
If he does not meet your dcmaifds Is a
claim that Is certainly original, nuil
uald claim cannot for ono moment be
conceded to be correct.
Your next statement would imply
that I have demanded that you promlso
to plnnt cane on the land and tbfft 1
have laid down rules of cultivation,
etc., nrvl I suppose you base this upon
my request that applicants "make aat-
isfactory showing that they are cap
able and ready to maintain the pros-
tut high state of cultivation -and pro
duction of these lands." Now, as a
matter of fact nn inspection of the let
ters on file nt tills onico will show thin
you havo repeatedly stated that you
tirmiiwn In rnlan rnnn ntiil flint Int nnlv
mention of the class of crop was in my I
letter of September 22nd where It states i
that "It Is the desire of the government "lOMMODOIlK8omcrvlllNlchoUont.
that every precaution be taken to In- of tho United Stales Nary, in a
Biiro n continuation of tho cultivation letter from 1837 H Street,
of the land! either In sugar enno or' 'Washington, D.G.,tayst
has ocurrcd. It might bo caused by a
better acquaintance with tho people'
with whom one deals.
When the survey of the whole land
Is -completed wo can cause lots In one
block corresponding In number to the
numlfcr of (qualified) persons forming
such (T. B. A.) association to be tct
asldo for your occupancy, nnd can
throw the balance open to all comers
It wsi n answer to this letter that
tho Settlement Association wrnthfully
thrcatcnedthe Land Commissioner that
they would enforco their rights through
the courts. This was answered by
I'ratt by a short note stating that he
would'dccllne to open the lands for the
. 10 " 24,0 ' donned by either sex and Incident- luch more prolltatlo Industry as mayl
,' ,j 5 ally can cover a multitude of sins of develope," I
" !r .!'? either uml-slon or commission. ..... I
.:....: . ... .t i. I ctUicr omltston or commission,
Wednesday Mar 14 2154 ' Prlze nB-'-r would come Ulliler tho
vveancsaay, mar. it iis .. . ,,,,,. n. ,,,... ,, ,..,.,,
Thursday, Mar. 15 2165 ,h ,.,... ., , i,mnn ...
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'Your Peruna has been and Is now
Average Dally Circulation WW. Z2l , IZT'ZIZ ?" ?
rlP;..i.in.,,f -vu..ki nM..r . " Ill8'1 unpleasant for n
Circulation of -Weekly Bulletin. I
Tuesday, Mar. 13, 1906 2360
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone... .1054
COMBINED guaranteed average
-BULLETIN ITI1LISHINO CO.. LTD.,
lly C. 0. IIOCKUS,
fZ Dullness Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 17th day of
SEAL March, A. D. 1906.
P. II. BUIINETTE,
h'o'ary Public, Honolulu, County of
a i Oalni.
. MARCH 21. 1006.
Hawaii might learn to lovo the Fili
pino though it has opposed tho Philip
pines. Id any event, tho Filipino will
not Interfere with 100,000 Europeans
or 100.000 tourists.
Anxiety over political fences should
not cause citizens to forget tho real
fenco that Is better down than up. Civ
ic Improvement must go steadily for
ward whatever happens.
Land Commissioner Pratt's letter lo
Ibo Thompson Settlement Association
Is a document that should bo closely
read by every citizen interested In tho
development of Hawaii's lands by bona
fide home-builders as against specula
for I lie fighters but their feelings ars
not to be considered. A man who car.
'(.land punches until he Is down and
I out need have no compunctions again!
being known as Holoku John or
"Muumuu Jim." There Is llttlo doubt
thai the style would become so popular
after a short time that the accounts of
prize fights will read "Mike Swntein
entered the ring robed In a plnlc nolo
ku and after posing for the moving
picture machine, put aside his robe and
retired to his corner."
Incidentally, If this matter Is to be
a factor In lbcal politics this year, it
should not stop half way. A rousing
crusade should bo mado on tho prevail
ing scheme of undress at tho bathing
beaches, and society assemblies of mod
ern beauties should be transformed Into
campaign meetings fcir ttm promotion
of more clothes. Finally the Grand
Jury might Investigate Sheriff Hrown
to detcrnilno whether his Indifference
to this matter Is the result of "corrup
tion or Jncompctcncc."
It Is good for the souls of humanity
that there Is some one to think of nil
Ihcse things nnd spend time discussing
them. It Is mighty lucky for tho world
In general that not nil persons occupy
their time campaigning fur draped
prize tighter pictures.
Evidence of the fact that T St. Har
rison Intends to put up a big Insanity
ilofeneo In the Johnson murder caso
was amply shown this morning by a
large throng of witnesses from Wnla
lua, who filled tho corridor outside
Judgo Iloblnson's court room. They
were summoned from Walalua yester
day. Most of the witnesses were em
ployees of tho Walalua plantation,
principally lunas, who had known
Johnson whllo ho was employed on
Cane Cultivation. acquaintances asa sure cure (or catarrh th0 plnntntlon. Practically all of these
You next state that I acknowledge , that I am convinced or its curative i mca wero 0f tle opinion that there
that o person should havo thirty or , qualities anil I unhesitatingly recom- j wa, Bomo(,ng lacking In Johnson's
forty ncrcs nnd yet ror some roason i."u " ij"" .,.... ...... mentality. Thero wns, however, somu
which wo cannot fathom. In your lato i complaint. . . 'vnrlnnco In tho degree which they
re-subdivision you hnvo reduced thol 0ur"' ndo,,rnay5J,ro,1,onalural nfiought that Johnson was off from tho
area to fifteen to twenty acres." you riv.....i,v ,.
Iinto IhU "neknnwleilement" iinnn mirl PcrilUa is the natural protection of
statement that "an ordinary family tho army and navy In tho vicissitudes
cannot nttctid to more than thirty or of cumato nu exposure
forty nxres of land." If you nro at nil Wo havo on fllo thousands of lestl-
familiar with tho facts regarding labor monlals from prominent pcoplo In tho
necessary in cultivating land In this rmy and navy.
normal, nnd different terms wero used
descrlptlvo of his mental caliber. Some
said ho was stupid, others ho was sim
ple, again others said that even when
ho was sober the defendant acted ns
If hii wero under tho Influence of liq
uor, whllo finally somo described htm
country ou know that oven a family j Wo can glvoour readers only a slight as being "lolo," Head Luna Pllmmcr
(unless It was a very large one) could1 Flmp0 of tho vast array of unsolicited 'of tho Walalua plantation had been
not handle thirty or forty ncres of . cniioriomenU Dr. Hartmsn Is con- called, but was told by Harrison that
arable land, let alono a "person. The , tiuDiiy receiving for Ills wldoly known his testimony would not bo needed. The
land that you dcslro mostly rano Inndi ,nj cmcicnt remedy. Pcruns. Isamo wns tho caso with n couplo of Ha.
nnd us you havo alwnys stated that you - lfvo,.donol,..M' ,,,,. .ndsstls- alln witnesses. Manager Qoodalo
ictory results from tho uo of Peruns, will, however, probably bo called upon
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propose to raise cane on said land If
you get possession, I will take youi
word for It and answer accordingly
You nre probably aware that tho limit
of area In cano that one man can at
tend to runs from five to seven ncrei,
This would bo an averago of six acres
to tho "person." The totnl area ol
cano land In the tract that you desire.
Is 1201.1 acres, and If this is cut up Into
EG lots.tho average cano land to tho lot
Tho person who goes In and out
among men saying unpleasant things
of an official while quietly cooperating
with him foals none but himself.
Straightforward politics Is always the
The first man to respond to tho yacht
raco letter sent out by" tho Promotion
Commlttoe has arrived weeks before
tho race. At this rato ibo town
Bhould bo reminded of tho day of tho
race by largely Increased population.
Kauai's latest Oram! Jury gives cred
it to the previous Grand Jury for
checking gambling an Kauai. If that
Is really tho caec. the County might
do away with tho pollco until somo
Grand Jury swells up with Its own tm
parlance nnrt "busts".
The Senate's action In cutting out
fortifications for tho Philippines Is re
markable, to say tho least. Hawaii
needs the money anyway, and will not
' complain, but the action can mean
one of two things: It Is cither spank-lug-the-Presldent
politics or a growing
sentiment thnt to spend too much mon
ey on the Philippines means holding
them Just so much longer.
PREPARING FOR THE CAMPAIGN
CHARGES OF THOMPSON
(Continued from Page 1.)
there being nothing payable, on account
of purchase prlco during the first three
)ears, uc cannot build roads unless th
Legislature makes a special appropria
tion for same. Under C. F. as provM
ed b y Act 99 of tho Session Lans 1903
loads may lie constructed immediately
after lands are taken, by using a pail
nr tho whole of the first two payments
on account purchase prlco. In view of
all the above I submit that had 1 openeJ
the Knit land under U 1-. instead of It
P. leases I should not uae been plar
lng an "obstnelo In the way, ' etc.
Mr. While's statement that tho land
was probably worth from ISO to $100
an acre wns n cry conservative state
pient and applied to tho value of (audi
being used as this land was and Is. for
raising of cane. Those Ilgurrs woic
uot for Homestead purposes, however,
for Mr. White and tho District Apprais
er hud not visited tho land at that time
and when they did appraise nt a later
data tho figures wero less than one
third of tho above.
Sec. 314 IlevlBcd I-aa applies to ap
wrlto at once to Dr. H. II, Ilartmsn,
President of Tho llartman Knnltarlum,
Columbus, Ohio, and ho will he pleased
to give you his valuable advice.
For spiclal directions iv.rysri
mould read "The Ills of Lift," copy
of which surrounds each bottl. Pe
(una Is for sale by all chemists and
drugnlsts at one dollar per bottle or
wilt Iia nlmnt 91 K BprM. Aa mnnv nf alw hMtleft far five dollars.
the lots will also Include, pasture, land I Those wishing direct correspond
the actual atornge area of the GC lotsJence with Dr. Hartman and can wait
...III l. 1 ft A ... .!. -.. .I...... .,-- .-.--.. ...I... I. ...-I..U. - ...
mil liu nuuui dv.u uuicb uuvil, unu mvie , trie ncccaaary acmy in rcbviviuy i -
will be. thice lots, of pasture only, con- ply, should address Dr. 8. B. Hartman,
talntng nrca of 241.8 ncres. If this (Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
land Is taken by a colony of fifty-sis 1 Denson, Smith & Co. will supply the
families of farmers they will ijeed cm-' retail drug trade in Honolulu.
ploy but a row outside laborers, but Jt II
to testify for the defense, as ho mado
the statement, shortly after tho mur
der had. been committed, that Johnson
was not quite rational.
When tho Court opened this morn
ing tho following ten Jurors had been
passed for cause: James Lemon, Jas.
Haughton, K. P. Chapln, Walter C. Gil
man. J. Ordcnstcln, A. 8. Robertson, K.
O. While, Harry Lyman nnd William
Hose. ,To theso were added Chas. F.
Mcrrlflcld nnd John Coffee, who wero
passed for cnuso during tho forenoon.
There being thus twelvo qualified
Jurors In tho bqx, tho peremptory chal
lenges begnn. Tho prosecution exor
cised the first one, directing It against
i:. P. Chapln, who wns excused. Wm.
Irucklo was called In his place and
paused for cause.
li. cut up for the benefit of the nineteen llttlo or no "other" available It must
members of your association It wl!l-0f necessity bo alien) that you can geti Tho ,lefenso oierclscd Us first chal
olso be for tho benefit of n hundred nnu, at cheappsi rotes, provided you get ixis-'jgppo 8Bangt James Lemon, nnd W.
Help Fop All wallach's Indian Remedies
TnJt Mirk Kcglittrt.1
Fcr Sores, Piles, or any Skin Dis
ease, that Is supposed to be hopeless
Wallach's Indian Remedies will curd
for sure. , j
For sale by all druggists. ,
Put up by the HONOLULU REM
EDY CO., P. O. BOX 577. j
session of this land in ono hundred acre
tiacts (or lots)
Law's Weak Point.
Tho areas o( lots as planned at pres
ent will necessitate tho employment o
more or less labor provided that you
fifty or more alien (or other?) labor
I nnii mat you nave seventeen mnic
and two femalo applicants. Of the lat
ter ono Is n school teacher and tho oth
er n housekeeper. Of tho former, your
list states that there Is 1 physlclun, I
attorney, 1 electrician, 1 merchant. 3
carpenters, 3 stock raisers, I planter,
1 cowboy, 2 laborers. 2 farmers and I
other whose occuiiatlon Is not clvcu.
though It Is to ho hoped that he Is ' your title and sell out for several tltncj
alto n farmer. Nine aro married and I tho nniount paid for tho land, or If tin
smrnfflnfftnnnn im im nnnnung
6. Q. YEE HOP & CO. 3
M. Iluchannn was called In bin ulaco
and passed for cartse. Harrison cm
ployed his second chnllcngo to Cxcuso
Sam Leaner, whoso plnco In tho box
was taken by T. II. Pctrlc, who quail-
flk,l Tim ilnfnnan niti tiaa trtn (illil
propose to cultivate more land than the jtho'ccuton flvo pcrflmptor. cm,i g
ten per centum required by tho I-a',cnEnu cft to exercise. ' S2Z
of that weak point In our law you
tould let ninety per cdlil of tho land Ho
idle for tho next live yeara and still get
We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna- 35
tlon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat Buslnew, on . .rm
all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with -"
the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl- g
tary condition. ?
When politics begin lo boil, as they
Invariably do in Hawaii, pettv nr
Konal bickerings not Infrequen..., 1 m
tho peoplo to forget tho mn'n rnnldir i
allon of securing honest and r.b'c m u (
to represent the pcoplo. The r''.'.f 'a .
tintruo to himself nnd his coun ry
wheu ho slls by suplnel"
tlnna equnbblo over petty Jptilr-r.Vn
and malicious personallt'.ci aid tho
main object of all political activity In
the scheme of government Is forgotten.
From the National Delegate to tho
most Insignificant officer In tho County
the iconic of these Islands desire lion-
S,C, est and cupable representatives wh
jnru neitiier uiciuioru nur siuiicra,
nor their agents. Such honest, able.
Independent men can bo obtained if tho
citizen will wake up. Such men can
not be obtained If the energies of fac
tlonnllstb aro excited In traducing tho
character of a few individuals because.
of somo personal dlsliko or factional
Finally tho men. who go Into the par
tisan strife, us they must do If they do
their duty as citizens, must be'loyal In
their adulations. Partlianshlp, if it
means anything, must be backed by
steadfast loyalty to principle. Men
who go Into primaries and conventions
with tho Intention of bolting, If their
select Ideas or their selected men nro
not all accepted, are thoroughly dishon
est, unless they can show that tho par
ty with whlph they havo associated
themselves has overthrown a founda
Hawaii Is old In politics but It has
not become solidly grounded In the
American partlzan spirit. Of all i
things tho Intelligent citizen should
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Four Bedrooms $75 00
Emma St. 30 00
Qandall Lano 25 00
Cor, Young and Aloha Lano,,,. 1B 00
Cur. King and Aloha Lano .... 20 00
Aalklkl B.ach 40 '00
College Hill 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street , 60 00
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ovoid the propagation of the Idea that'COR. FORT AND MERCHANT &T8-,
land wis cut un Into 100 aero lots, ou
could organize a nlco corporation, elect
ounseivni officers, and then pioceud
us the other corporations aro doing. 1
mmnptit Hint vmi will nnf omnlnv nnv wouldn't fur atlV consideration hll
labor, alien or other, (nnd ns there li jou imngtuo mat I or unyuoay ei.e minimum, ",
would for ono moment belloiu inai jo.ii uaromcicr, o a,
wero Lur.Mdcrlni! cither of tho aboo humidity, S a. in
nlno arc single ono not Btntlug wheth
er married or single.
I do-not ntssumo for one moment that
you cannot nnd 1 do not believe for ouo
S. Weather Bureau,
March 21, 1900.
Temperatures C a. m., 03; 8 a. m..
C8; 10 a. m., 71; neon, 72; morning
Telephone Order Department
Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe- -,-
dltlous service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur-
chases made In person.
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mmm mmimii mi mum
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimulti Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
Monday, Tuesday and
MAR 26, 27 AND 28.
Our Milliner has Just returned from
the Coast with the very latest ere.
atlona In Spring Millinery.
These are now being un
packed, marked, etc.,
and will be shown
for the first
time on the above
days. Do not think of
buying your Easter hat
until you have seen our display.
plans till 1 supposo there are peoplo
who would bu guilty of JustBiich things
If they bad your opportunities.
You claim that unless the demands
of your Association aro complied with
"this land will again bo cultivated by
alien labor or abandoned, to tho detri
ment of a great Industry." This might
be the case It your Association were thn
only availably cottiers to place on me
land, This Is not u fact, however.
Molokans and Obstacles.
You next claim thnt I "throw every
obstacle In tho way of American cit
izens whllo at tho sumo time I travel
many miles nt great expense, nf time
and money to obtain Molokans on
terms which I will not allow tho na
It Is (rue that I traveled a long dis
tance tu get tho Molokau homesteaders.
but you don t appear lo undcvstuiiu or
havo overlooked tho fact that they era
honest (armcis who actually don't each
ask for the earth with a garden plot on
one of the planets, but will bo satisfied
with that area that a family can han
dle, and arc as legally entitled as ou
arc to take up public land.
The 5200 acres of Knpna taken by tho
120 Mulokan families, (uuuut C50 Indi
viduals). If equally divided would al
low for each family 1G.U5 acio ane
land, 1.7S acres rlco laud, 0.7 ncres ar
able land (not fit for cano), S.9 acres
good pasiuto land, and 10 acres wasto
land (salt marsh, gulch and pall land,
small portions of which may bo used
for pasture). Making a total of forty
acres to tbc family, ten acres of which
In hardly worth the cost of fencing.
Regarding tho Message of tho Pres
ident and tho report of tho Commis
sioner, I believe that It Is their Intent
and would bo the vote of the American
people thnt the public domain bo divid
ed among us many citizens as coujd bo
decently supported thereon.
Put It to a vote of thoso peoplo and
you would quickly find out that few
would vote to let you have a 100-ucre lot
when that sama lot would comfortably
support four families.
As final appraisement and allotment
innuot he mado until map of ro-duuui-lslons
Is completed you aro prtnittuia
In complaining of prejudice on thet-e
Regarding "change of mind,' If such
m., 29.93; absolute
0.131 grains per cu
bic foot: rrlatlvo humidity, 8 n. m 8
per cent.; dew point, 8 a. m 03.
Wind C a, m velocity -1, direction
N; 8 a. m., velocity 3, direction NW;
10 a in., velocity 11, direction NW;
noon, velocity 9, direction SW.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended
8 a. in., .01 Inch.
Totnl wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 185 miles.
ALKX. McU. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bu
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