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BVKNINfl SnLLRriN, IKMOLUl.tJ.iT. I!.. TUHSDAY, APRIL, 23. 1907.
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APRIL 21. 1D07
It doon't appear tuut the Dcmo
nmts ure cntluiHl ihtl over lowil op
tion under piesont iiindltloiiH ami
Republicans nn- under no pledge
tun i It sufficient for this l.eglsln
luie ii i pannes amendments to the
liquor law which wilt tcHt tho ability
of the peoiile to use liquor without
Just In si.. 1 1 rlrht to he differ
(tic the fickle llounliilu public looks
uskanoe at the simni -stock market
when conditions In the fields and the
world's ninrket promise higher prices
John Hughes ns ejovcrnor would
be one bundled and llftj-tivo per
tent better for honest Ameilinn prin
ciple In Hawaii than the appointment
of some of the illigeel eligible with
Is tills Legislature to bo on record
(is providing u bonding system for tho
construction of toads, but unable In
devise u plan wheieh) the" childion
of the Terrllor inn be fiuiiiuiitce'l
proper public school-noun-.
Locul option tan afford to wait a
more complete law for Independent
hover anient. Give Honolulu or any
(the; district the privilege of exercis
ing all the rights of government, nud
thon It will be In a position to decldo
whether It wishes to adopt the local
Why not ask Schuyler wheio pub
lic money has boon expended need
lessly under tho spedlUatlons for the
ronsttuctluu ot the iltm" Thut s
what the people want to know, not
withstanding tliev are piett well
convinced previous to nnv Sihuvler
comment Hint may he made
Muni's dclcgutlon comes to tb
fiont with tho proposition of a huge
(.eneral comtnittae, made up nf Hi
wall's cltl7cns, for tho entertainment
of the Congressmen. Maul men dis
play good sense when thev put to 'lie
front a proposition which will make
obvious to tho visitor thnt a'l Amer
ican citizens are working togethn
for tho good of Hawaii Irtespcttlve of
PROGRAM FOR CONGRESSMEN.
It will add much to public satis
faction, and ward off some of tho ei
rors of the Tuft party entertainment, tf
those In charge of the piogi.tm for
the Congressional entertainment will
give out-nn outline of theli fcchemc.
Home ot Hie local people who do
not flgtlto in tlio official life ot the
Terrltnr) hnvo friends tinning tho
ConifiesBinen Tho) will unflirully
wish to extend peisonal courtesies,
hut It Is almost Impossible for sue h
to innko dollnlte plans until the com
mittee plnns are eet forth
Tiiklng ciuo of thefo peoplo ought
not to ho such an enormous task Hint
It cannot be completed till Just Imfnrn
the arrival of tho guests Hvery last
tlottill need not ho lluishcd before the
public Is taken into tho conlhlimce of
tho olllilal piogiutiiurs. Uivo tho pco-
llc an lce,i u( the goncrnl scope of'
llio entertainment ntnl probnblo
iJ.itcB It will 111 on be possible for
I he outMileiB tii mnkc tentative plans.
I Stut tin- Congressional entertain-
ment In n mnniior tlmt will avoid thai
tirois of tlio Tnft luncheon (llvcij
the officials ample opiiortnnltv tn
n'.iiuc and exert theli influence Hut
also hi tin people In Tor the Con-1
, pi i "unit n no coming for n Rood time, j
1 ho niiot people eer da) with.
iii Id gilnd when the nre at lioino
llllinr I'vuilng llulleilii, -I re
nin eel ttiiuni. Siturdu from a
niosl Inlciisilng and delightful tiip
to Haw ill nod I see In our Issue of
I rlt in n most absurd paragraph hend
d Tourist Knocks Promntloulsts "
since It was published the dn liefoio,
I should prolmbl) not hale si en It
' ad mil our lepurtor (who was aim.
it upiienrs, the writer) taken good
cere It should not escape my notice
t'v ninllliiR mo n (uttlug marked b
himself, "Head, mark, leiiiu and In
warril digest '
!'ra allow me. In Jtisthe to m
hell and itidrientnll to tourists In
genual to give u short niiount, .is
tin n 1 ( in .ti member, of what nc
tuull opeurieil during the two or
three minutes I was In the Informa
tion Iliueiiu I entered wllh the cib
Wet of asking SI1 Wood nliout n tour
of the Nland on horseb.uk He was
not Hide Hut there was a (harm
ing and liraulirul voting Hawaiian
I id behind the counter The only
ither person present as far as I (.in
moiled, was n mini leaning over the
counter and engaging the ntteutlou
of the )oiing lad and picwwitlng her
attending to (iistomers s she did
not eom to me uspeclnll) desirous of
his conversation, after waiting some
time I ventured to Interrupt him nud
ask her If she could ghe me an) In
lormntlon ibout golf Your reporter.
howcM'i foi hi It appeal's he was.
Jealous of m interruption took
upon himself to ghe me Information
which I happened to know wns
wrong He said the plate I meant
v.n Manon Now t was heie, In n
Ing, for n week last year and hud
pl.ivod golf theie, and hnd Just
heard It was now rlo.'iil 1 asked
li I tii to point It out on Hie map nud
h" indicated the wrong plaie b t.ev
itiiI miles 1 told him hi. and that
people who, gue Information to
Urnngers should be more ncciiinte,
rr wouls to that cftci t, and soon nft
eiwnrds I left The Impression I hid
una thut he was showing off" before
tho outiR huh. I hliould not have
token any notice ofthls patagraph
except Hint I deslio to stale that 'i
urn not, as ho s.is, "bttterlj cohi
1 laliilnir at tho tieatmeul I iciched
nt tho hands of the Promotion Com
mlttei," ns It had nothing to do with
them, and I had forgotten lhr whole
Incident I might add, however, that
the ai i 'Mint ns our toporter wrote It.
is, besides being ltlterl) untitle fiiim
'beginning to end, ohlnul Ill-tern-pe-ed
and linpi'i tlncnt. and I suggest
lie has mistaken his vocation, Judg
ing solely b this; but perhaps lie wns
bard up for topy. Tourist knocks
tepniter" would hne been mole true
' I have the honour to be. Sit,
I Your obedient servant,
The Tourist will pardon the
' Ilnlletln If It now expresses the on-
vidian that ho has gone far toward
ptovlng himself n trlplc-plttled ats
Ills name was absolute! unknown
to iinv member of the Ilulletlu force
until his loniiaunli allon was lerelvel
ms( udiiv afternoon too late for pub-
1 II ilou No member of the Ilulletlu
"" Honolulu Htwa
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with all modern immovements. Splen
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Stnnll cnltngo In rear. Also
kervants' iUiiitcrs $or, 00.
TRENT & CO.
olllco staff sent him a clipping with
the termini of his conversation tit the
Promotion Committee loom It was
Impossible to do so, for no person
(otinected with tho Ilnlletln knew
Ills name, whole he lived, where he
came fiotii, or had Hie slightest Infor
mation concerning him beond his
actions in the Promotion Committee
rooms The "read, mill k. learn ntnl
Inuiudlv digest" must have (ome
iiom someone who knew him vety
In view of the communication and
the "Tourist's." odlvltj In discover
ing himself, an itoulit of the Hullo-
ltlu leporter's JiiUllliallon for com.
mcntlng on "Tourist's' manners aie
full) dispelled -Cdltor Ilulletlu
IMItor livening Hullctln - Penult
me a few words moio in addition to
mv communication 'Open Re-ply on
(las Works," which )ou klndl) pun
llshed yesteida) I desire to stale
that that part referring to Senator
Makeknu was not Intended to cut t
.m.v icllectlou whatever upon his lu
legrlt as u legislator.
A I) CA8TUO.
People and Things
A Ml'SICAl. Hr.VOI.l'TION
"Not, perhaps, since music heenmo
an art has such u lemnrknble revolu
tion occurred in It us that which Is
going on nt this moment l'p to a hi nit
ii decade ago nearl) all the music nun
could hear was made lv singers, pian
ists, violinists, and phivcrs of other
instruments reuniting for their mas
tery jears of patient practice Todu)
theie uro In use hiuidicds of thousands
of Instruments which necessitate little
or no practice on the putt ot those who
.iso (In in, and which ate nt the same
time m.irvelb of modem mechanical
lugcniiltv, marking n ticmcndous ad
vance over the music Ijoxck, html)
jvniilvs, bartel cngaiis, orchestilons,
and othei inechanie.nl Instruments of
'toe past The wide demand for Hum
! Is indicated by the largo nud steadily
Increasing number nt cot.-.panlcs maim
1 file Hiring them (there nru over (.evenly
miniifactuiers of piano pin oral).
I whose prosperity Is fin titer lnilleatcd
b the large scnui of their advertising
In the newspapeiH and lnagaluos. The
musical periodicals have special edi
torial departments devoted to these
Have YOU been waiting for a pair of
We have them now; the KAYSER
GLOVES, the kind that wear.
Wc have the 20-button lengtk In
Black and White, and the lG-button
length in Black, White and Colors.
Wc also have a full line of short
gloves in both Silk and Lisle in Black
White and Colors.
W.illach gets his new trial, ns nil
who have watched tho proceedings In
his i asc knew he would The fact
Hint he wns convicted h one Jury nf
perjury and fnlse registration, unci
Hint no new evidence has been ills
covered or nlleged cut no llgttrc In
the matter The new dial was grun
ted by Jitdgo De Holt on purely tech
The motion for nncvv trial was nr
gtted this morulug, Atltirticv (leneiiil
Pet ets opposing the motion ntnl de
mons speaking In bchnlf or It. Hut
thole was no show to keep the worm
tnklr mid once convicted pcrjuurl
Horn having a second chance at free
dom, tlm Judge ordetltig a new trill.
Kccdgnlrlug tho ftilllll of utteiup
Itttg to obtain n conviction, that
would stand, for the crime of dcllllitg
the purlt of tho ballot, the Attorney
(ienernl at onco entered u nolle pros
Ktll in the casu of Lockwood, who
was awaiting trial cm a similar
(barge to that under which Wallach
was convicted by one Jurv
Hxpoit Hchuler bus bunded his re
port on the Nutinnil dam to the Joint
committee ot Hie Senate and the
House, but tl-fH Still kept hoc let lit
" The committee will mid at 1 o'clock
this afternoon," said Senator Chilling
worth, the chairman of (he (ommlttce,
today. "Hut no one will be allowed
to attend outside of the iiietubeis, ioj
It will be held In executive session I
xpect that tho' first regular meeting,
tit which the report will he formally
pren'iiteil, wllPMie held In II day or
I o "
ItcprYsctitntHiA Hughes slattd thlt
morning Ihiit Hie report of the coui
mltlce would pmh.ihlv be le.idy to he
presented to the llutiuu tomorrow
ANO THEN RELEASED
Hilgcnc Devjiuhello, the special
police officer who was suspended
ionic weeks ago by the County Shei
HI when his lonnoctlon with an al
leged briber) case had been shown In
the District Court, wus at rested to
(In and held fur Investigation
It Is understood that he wns going
nut us mate of tho schooner lavl
Woodbtio, which sails for San Prun
elsco tomorrow but thut hu Is to bo de
tained bj the Attorney (lenerul'H de
pat tincnl, pi tilling his hcarln:; before
the (iiand lur on ,i charge of bribery.
'; it A- ri Ii ii ii K- ii
piano pl.i.oiH and talking machines,
a 'id nltof,th(r this new departure In
music pn soiitK one of Hie most curloui
and Interesting aspects of model n
civilization "I'rom "A Musical Itevo
liitlon." bv Henry T. Klnek, In Tin)
Clrclu for .lauimrj, 1!)07.
4- t 4
wjikn Tin: ui:vii:wi:it (ihinds.
The it II is In lecclpt of seveul
ver teadable books, novels. Juvenile,
and on geueial subjects, which he will
levlew In the next few weeks.
Ills work of this sort must bo done
mi as not' to coulllct with evcrdn
duties, and so while tlio rending of
books comes at ode) minutes (rarely
houis) befote unci after meals, or ill ly
ing ulong tho road, the Oped ex
pression of opinion is put down befoio
tho dn begins In thu eaily moinlng.
"When jocund day stands tiptoe on
the mist) mountain tups." This cicp
uscular hour, take It wliciu joti will,
Is wot Hi getting up to see, so tho II. II
docs not feel In tho load Inclined to
Hatter himself for his uncommon
If his work "doesn't amount to (no
thing iihu" In tho ejes of iithois,
lie hub the satisfaction of beholding
the mini Ise which homo ouii lias said
Is a "perpetual minute," nud of having
an hour or bo befoio dlscoickint voices
have broken the stillness of tho cool
si:u, 'i hi: phiuppinks to japan
'I llll SCHOOL QUESTION IN
SAN I'HANCISCO AND Till:
Jutt now we uro having a gtcat deal
of talk and writing In tcgnrd to tho
uctlon of the San Pianclsco school au
thorities, Mr Hnciscv Pit's crlllclsniB
and reeonimendatlous, and thu Until
I c pent of the nlllcliil ji.tity.
War talk stirs the blood, at least,
and If It pleases any on either side to
believe that the United Sluten mil
When ou remember tho fact
that the Dltters has been curing
Elctcly peoplo fur over SO yean,
jott ought not hesitate any longer
In ghlng It a fair trial. For cur
Ing General Debility, Impure
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dy
peptla, Coitlvcnesi, or Malaria
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled
Japan are going to fight, why, let them
enjoy the brief ecstney.
The possible ((implications and re
sults are Interesting to consider. Just
as the possible i tiding of ti catastlophe)
m;i) Intel est one who piophesles Its
occurrence, hut outside jif this, what
wc ma think or sa of either Is no
Wat or no war, there Is mm thing
we might do to udvantage, and that Is
to s( II the Philippines to Jatian,
Now, don't lilt your hands In horror
before you think a little!
What shall we gilu b) keejilug tho
The, have been a source of tioublu
i 1 1 1 expense to us .mil will continue to
We liae not been very successful
there, as tho various reports and writ
ers of tr.ncls give evidence
The Vlllplnos themselves are not
pnitleulaily glad to have us over them:
we itoulit tf we run ever make good
Ameilcntis or the dlffeieut tribes of
What is more, wo are talking as If
we might do with It us we did with
Cuba leave It to Its own devices,
'lite President and u gloat mull) other
honest Americans, have a feeling that
we ought, b) and bv, turn thocouuliy
to Its rightful owners
No mutter how beiidlelcnt our title
is, trying to govern and regulate n
country of foreigners so fur from homo
Is not In strict accord witli American
We me not Jealous of Japan and wc
know that her admlulsttatlou of af
fairs Is sutilcleutl.v Intelligent and
The rillpli'os me tinctured with the
Orient; tho belong mote '-i the Asia
lie than to the Anglo-Saxon.
To Japan the Philippines would be el
dorado, ami 1 believe that, on Hi"
whole, Japan would give tho Philip
pines a better government than we
have boot, uluo to do.
Ill selling these Inlands we would
loeoup ouiselves, mid he rid of a
tiotihlesome terrlloiy which some of
our most patriotic citizens have ob
jected to owning from the start.
JAPAN AND HAWAII.
llieio Is no cpustlon that If Japan
vveie so Inclined she could make trou
ble' lin us In Hawaii
I mil lellef should arrive we might
be 'hold up" III good shape, hut It Is
the most uullkolv thing In the world
that Japan would countenance an;
siicl action tiniong her peoplo here..
Hcsldei, the lapanesc of Hawaii nro
well satisfied with their lot; the) ntt
on good lei ms with us, and tiny bcl
llgerenc) would lender their residence
bete uncomfortable as well us disturb
their trade lelutlous with us and theli
The Japanese Is no fool,
Thei mote educated portion uto
pleused with Mr Itooscvclt's actlou
and lecommenditluns, and legnrd the
San Promised episode as a local mut
ter In which the muss of Americuns
ate little concerned.
So. until dellnlte declaration of war
had been made by Japan or the United
States, our Hawaiian Japanese would
not bo likely to disturb us here.
A NHW VI BW 01' Till: SAN KUAN
CISCO SCHOOL QUESTION.
'I here Is one view of the San l'ran
tlsco school epicstlun that has not been
considered but whlqli might explain
the position of the Sun Francisco
niithmltles and also servo to excuse It
In the ejes of thoughtful Japanese.
The class excluded from the schools
tun the coolies.
Is It so bad, Is It a lellcctlon at all
on Japan, that the better class ol
Amei leans should object to the asso
ciation of their children with iv cluss
of people which tho higher classes of
Jnpantso themselves icfuso to ml,
with on u social or educational basis?
Several Intelligent Japanese here lmvo
In feu mod mo Hint they would very cci
tnlnly object to having their children
mix with the (oollcs, nud they say
that class distinctions nre more ilgldly
drawn In Japan than they mo almost
tin) where else. This may easily bo
It the Samurai do not go with the
Ignoiatit jieojilo of their own race In
.hip in, or have nji thing In common,
suiely Japan wojild have no official
right to Hud fault with uu alien people
who object to hnvlng their children
mix with coolie Japanese!
1 he public si hools aio the American's
pet If )ou idled on the school ss
tints of America or try to Intiodtico
something Hint may Injuie their pei
fccluess, joii touch the aveingo Ameri
can In tho tendcrest spot. And so
when jou IntteTeluco the Japanese lower
class unci place them by tho side of
tho American child In the public
school, you can liuully blame, the
American patent for objecting
Ccitnlnl) It does boem as If Mr
Itoosevelt bliould have eonsldetcd (list
the wholesome piejudlccs of his own
people befote foidng on them n el.ns
which in Japan Is not hoc lull) iccog
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A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three week3.
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602 904 NUUANU STREET.
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Walluku, Maul, April in. Mrs. Ko
folkal gave a pol luncheon at her Wal
Ittkti homo lust Wednesday afternoon
In honor of Mrs. J. 11. Itaniond mid
her daughter, Miss Violet Mnkco, who
will soon leave for their homo nt Rose)
ranch, Ulupalaktia. Among those pies
cut besides the host Mid hostess and
guests of honor were Hon A I. C At
kinson, Hon. W. J. Cociho, Mr mid
Mrs. (Id). Weight, Mr. and Mrs T 11.
Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hart, Mrs.
S. Altill, Mrs. T. Ciimmlngri, tho
Misses Nancy and Kttn Cttmmlngs.
Miss I.. K. Hart, and Miss Hmma
Daniels, Miss Mukre left the tamo af
ternoon for Honolulu on n plcasttiu
trip to her uiimcious friends at the
capital and will return In nlxiut n foil
night to t'lupal.il.u.i lloth Mrs Itnv
motid mid her daughter will he gicntly
mlsfel b) the charitable and roclcil
circles of Walluku ami Knhulu!
H HONOLULU WEATHER tt
Tcmperntutcs (, a in., 80 (fi; nbAo
lulo humidity, u in , no.'O grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. in,
5'i per cent; ilcw point, 8 n m , fi7.
Wind C a. m , vcloelt) 4, dliectton
N. i:.: 8 a. in, velocity 3, direction S.
W.; 10 n. in., velocll) 8, dliedlcin N.
i:.; noon, velocity 14, direction N. K
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
in, JiO Imh.
Total wind movement during -t
hours ended at noon, 1S2 miles.
WM. U. H rOCKMAM.
Section Director. U. P. Weather tiurenu.
X BAND CONCERT
X M X W X X H X X V K HI C W W tt U
Tho Hawaiian band will piny this
evening ul Thomas Square, commenc
ing at 7'30 Pollovvlng Is the pio
I'lnm: PART I.
Mnrdi "Tiluniphalc" . . Ditble
Overdue "Calif eif UiiRdad".IIuleldleu
Intermezzo "Golden Sunset", lliovvn
Selection "I.'Kbrco" Apollonl
Vocal American songs., ar. b) Ilergei
Intermezzo "(lolflen Rod" fne.v) ..
Waltz "Morgenblattcr" (by leanest)
finale "Mount fiunrd" .. .Hllouhorg
"Tho Star Spangled Hantiei."
The DUSINE08 MAN'6 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 d per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year
We have marked our Purses and
Pocketbooks and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
We have a nice line to select from.
' CREPE PAPER, all shades.
SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
tions. TOY8 for Birthday gifts always on
A Fine Line of PICTURES.
The Place To Go For These Things.
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71, 73, 75 KINO ST.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
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PHONE MAIN 117.
BREAD, CAKE AND PIES
that will make you think of home.
PHONE MAIN 157.
IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
PHONE MAIN 308.
costs but a very little moie s
than you used to pay for plat
cdwaie, but it will last a
Wc liavo a large stock
all the late patterns.
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The Beit Chronograpn for the motv
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1142 FORT ST.
The "Meal DepHlmcn.
OPENS AT 0:30 a. m.
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Accommodations for larue parties
at a later hour may be ananged.
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