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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. I!., miDAY. ma 21, 1008.
DAILY end WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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VVullnco Pi. Pnrrlnjjton, . - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OJ ANY NEWPAPEli PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rT,es,1 I ticiitoriat Rooms, - Lao
'I 111" lIlMtll Jt'jMj.li III I'tni'k I.
Hongs lemovcil .i hr w i without
warning li tilt' li.iml of ilt .it It. has
mudn a htriinfs Imp c"lon on the
community with the shot k of sudde.i
lereaement Death, the limit bt
)ond which om huiii.iii knowledge
ceuaes. Is alw.is h id. but where it
comes lth sui li gi.'ut swiftness It
linn the I in pin t of a projet tile, l.lko
In a hut tip n'i' the nmn lighting
In nur ranks (Imp. and he In no more,
nni) we ' el with full force the great
ness of the meat m story of which
no science uin tell us aught.
Frank Hoogs died In armor, en
gaged In the battle of lire until the
erj end. and his death in this man
irr was characteristic of the Indoml
iubl cneig) of the mnn, -who
throughout his life had beentii the
foremost rimk. of those who do. The
community extends its syniputh) to
the fnmilv he le.es behind lilm. but
lit the same ti-no It i innot but re
uieniber thai the loss Is also Its own.
A F.ip him be-n I tt In the ranks, one
whl'-h tutinot ci"ll be fllleil. and,
i.i piihx on on Ihc m noli forward,
we look luu 1. to o.it dead i nun ado
with iii row i.t the kus of one who
wan a w utuy muii, a good citlmi,
anil who did Ms share and more, of
he woik which Is befuie us.
SECRETARY TAFT'S REPORT ON
That I lie Philippine pioblem Is
nettled inlgh' .sem nil abiupt, en
undoubtful deduction fioni Secretary
Taft s rcpoit of his lecent personal
Inspection, but thcie is vci) much to
wuiruut that conclusion. Whether
the porennl.'.l Nebraskan will "appro
lirlate" the lloosevelt policies, the
most colossal larceny of history, or
whether he will have a chanco, only
time van toll, but It Is ceitaln that
ro paity. whatever Its Icodorshlp or
record for blunders, will hao the
suicidal temerity to tamper with tho
policy which has vindicated Itself
and Is paying Its nay In the Phlllp
llnej. Whutovei else tho Secretin) s
lcttei may or may not accomplish, it
tul.es the Philippine question out of
politics At nny rnto, if the whole
uuuject, with its len.otu nnd collat
eral questions, coored by tho term
pioblem, Is not sottlcd, bumo things
are at least made us definite!) cle. r
ns human wisdom tan determine It
is, moieovor, somewhat unfortunate,
co far as Philippine ni.it tei 8 are icm
ccmed, that Secrolury Taft 'a relation
lo otbcrj more Immediate, poi h ps
important, and big ultoi-nncci con
cerning thorn, dlcrt public attention
,nnc comment from the erc.it work
which has been wrought In the Pa
clflc. Hut ocn this has Us compen
sations, for tho dlvorteil at ten i Ion
Implies unsbakon confidence that
. vliat lias been bo far so well done
had hotter not bo meddled with In a
tilrlt of captious criticism oi uneimy
restlessness; the lalssez fulie policy,
so lar mi tho Philippines nro enn
oorncd, Is at the piescnt tlmo tho
Nothing is ovor settled until It Is
lettled right, but among tho thing?
which may bo accepted as dually 03
tubllshed nio that thoto will be no
change In tho Amoiican policy to
ward tho Philippines, and, further,
tbut there will be no more mined re-
slstnnco to United States authority In
tho Islands. Pcaco hns obviously
como to stay; n National Assembly Is
fettling down to Intelligent icspon
siblo work; ngrlcultuio Is gntlieitug
liondv.'ny, a thousand miles of r.tll
load aio under coitBttiittlon, sanita
tion Is advancing along many llneo,
altogether the whole pioposlllon, po
litical, Industrial, economic ami ed
ucational, Is boiug rapidly changed
by tho Infusion from nil sides witli
Ihn.cunents and forces of ihll!?.i
liou. Never In history has theio
been an object lccsou like Hint 'which
tho Philippines affoid; deeper, moio
tlinninnli and ippru (onvlnclug than
tho moio transfet of polltlcil bomm
clcnty, tho mete establislimont of
F:iif I at the PwionVf at llottolii.u
Hr ml i dt mtttrr
FEBRUARY 21, 1008
inv nan nuihorin in the Islands
t ho p orii-. in all that goes to cle-
inn iinpioM' iiiniihiiiii, uns iiccu
4 i li'i in the l.ibt decade In tho
i lnllpplncK than In the four ccntur
'ch !ilh the Sptiilarda ruled nnd
obbed them nnd all preceding time,
and when, In addition to this, It Is
lecnlled that half a million children
are learning In their public schools
the let.Hoii- nnd tho methods of nil
tho advantages which lime come to
them in this ihoit period of trans
lonnatlon from poort, little better
than snvageiy, It Is impossible that
the seed shall not take loot, nnd that,
with a firm, ul cad hnml. the goal of
popular self-gotornment ultimately
Secretary Taft's report leads, on
its face, ns a shite paper of icm.irk
ablo merit. Clear In statement, fair
Ih argument, marked by candor nnd
courtesy, nnd with n clear senxo of
propoitlon of events nnd of Inlhi
ineej which lead to an Intelligent,
judicial (oncliislun: rend between tho
lines, It discloses tho temperament
and mental characteristics of a man
who has never failed nor faltered In
n of hla great public duties, por
!up more dlfilcult and moio trjlng
than those allotted to nny other oCI
I'lnl. in all of whlih Is found pet haps
earnest und guarantee of what tho
people ma) expect should he bo call
ed to tho highest place in their gift.
Thcte Is, In tltc lepoit, evidence of
what well-balanced, self-contained,
icserved mental power and political
i wltdom, tempered with wholcsnmo
optimism and faith In fair play, be
tween nntle3 and Individuals, which,
' nil combined, mean a statesman nnd
, Comparison between Lord Cionici
and his work in CfiMit, nnd that of
his coadjutor. Sir Iteglnnld Wlngatc,
In tho Sudan, cuil Secretary Tnft and
his In tho Philippines, Is not nlto
gether fair nor Just to either. Tho
Uritlsh ndmlulstiator had something
lo build on, a condition of nlTalra at
onet- an adantngo and tho opposite.
KorH tentuilcH lookod down upon
Cromer's Hold, nnd thercfoio it was
w Isdom for him to prc3oi vo tho Kg) p
tian civil and religious Institutions
and Us language, literature und tra
ditions, while In the Philippines ex
actly tho roerRe condition of afta'is
existed Nearly a sioro of uulntcl
lgiblo dialects, the hated Spanish re
gime, Jealous and hostility between
the tribes, all are minimized and nro
ultlmxtely to be swept away by the
establishment of English us tho Ian-
r of offlcli'l life and of tho pub-1
Ten acres of pineapple land at Wa
Jnjwa. Good location. More land
adjoining if desired.
Building site: College Hills, 40,
COO sq. ft. Owner will nccept mort
gage for full purchase price of land
provided buyer builds house.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Hotel Street $50.00
Prospect Street $50.00 ,
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
IJinau Street $35,00
-iuumiiu ui-bui. fcu.uu i
Xoung- Street $25,00 1
King Street $25.00
Kinau Street .$30.00 '
Kewalo Street S22.C0
Kin Street $15.00
Aloha Lane SI8.00 1
Matlock Avenue $25.00 1
Emma Street $24.00 1
Bcrctania Street $40,00
Comer Fort and Merchant St.i.
7lf7-? JP-MEHfifi T COMPANY.
Sjmt iwU feftf fit
Ho generous and phi
lantluuplc along tight
lines, but don't let your
generosity run to such
length that 5 on pay
tribute (rent) to .
landlord all your lite,
lie your own landlord
nnd pay rent to your
self, tTnd ou will b
happier and more pros
perous. Tho tlmo to
buy In now. Seo Trent
Trust Co., Ltd., for
Sfwd Ijwd bo,fitt
lie schools, and with tho I'lllplno del
egates at Wnshtngtou nnd cadets at
est Point und Annapolis, together
with the hundreds of nnttve pupils
whom the Islands wilt send to Amer
ican schools. It Is evident that before
man) )e.ua knowledge of free Insti
tutions, of the mentis nnd methods of
Lclf-govornment, will be gteatl) en
hunced by the adoption of the lan
guage of tho Anglo-Saxon. In one
point, however, n parallel might He
between Cromer nnd Tnft, nnd that Is
In tho hands-off policy fiom homo;
no Uritlsh Premier nor Cabinet would
hno timed ttlfle with Cromer's posi
tion or Influence, cither to girln fa
vot In Britain or In l.'Kpt, und In
tho came way the stnbllity of tlio
McKlnloy-Tnft regime, which has
stood tho test and Is bearing (he be
neficent ptoofs of ten cars, should
bo assured hc)ond n peradventurc.
(liant'a Immortal "Let us havo
pcaco" did not bettor lit tho original
conditions of Its utterance than It
applies today to tho Philippines and
the question between them nnd the
The coming Presidential election
will bo watched with keenest Inter
est by citizens of Hawaii The re
tirement of HooEovolt nnd the elec
tion of Tnft or Hughes or Cunno't
may easily mean tremendous chi'tige
in Pedeial views regarding this Ter
iltory Muy our best filend win.
The latest Coast files brought the
nowa that flre3 hnd been lighted In
tonic of New York's Equates to kep
poor peoplo fiom freezing to death;
and yet there, mo somo people In Ha
wnll who complain of tho weather
I People and Things
T T 1 1 -,-- M-f-M-" -f -- -K-
lly VAN DVKi: SNUOULUrillTZ,
.Mr. Smudge, though not tho oldest,
was one of the best known (In his
rwn fntnlly) of all tho citizens of our
town. Ho was worth nothing at ull
In actual cash but waa distinguished
for debts, lie was born In Sycamore
(Jeorgla, at the ago of ::!0 da) a.
Vhllo not spcclllrnll) marked bo, hnd
a temarknbly bright look which, con
trary to rule, his parents observed nt
tho tlmo. When ho was three jcars
eld ho fell Into n tub of l)o und lost
cno of his e)cs, hut although one
eyed lie always know u good thing
when ho could see It with that e)o.
Ilefore reachlngytho ago of thirty ho
vas talked of (iimong his near rola
tlvcj) as tho (omlng Congressman,
but owin:f to politics ho never tit riv
ed. Ho was, howoei, twice elected
to tho portion of deacon In tho
Whlle-Away Chuich, and ho onco led
Iho choir, which made up to n great
txliat for any falluto In statesman-
ALL TiiAf'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
B. F. Ehlers
Tort St. P. O. Box "716.
tit America. 1 Tot got to say that he
was one of the kindest men In Geor
gia nnd that he was silf-mndc.
P.S. Since wilting tho above I
learn fromjjood authority that Mr.
Smudgo once spoke to tho Whlle
Away congre'gntlon on predestination
r:id got through without breaking
nnthlng Hut the communion set,
which, unfoitiinntcly, had been loft
In tho pulptf. desk.
One of o'ur contributors. 11. II.
ft jt ft tt it
' HONOLULU WEATHER
ft o it
Temperatures c' a m., C7, 8 a. lr.
71, 10 a m., 73; noon, 7C; morning
Uaromoter, S a. m. 30 00; absolute
humidity. 8 a. inG.(!03 grains per
(libit foot; ielathe humldlt), 8 n. m .
r,8 per icnt; dew point. 8 a m, (ill.
Wind 0 a. m velocity 3, direction
N.; 8 a m., velocity 2, direction H;
10 n m. velocity 9, direction SE :
noon, velocity 12, direction S.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a
in. no inih
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 10!) miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. H. S. Weather llureau.
iiZr- BULLETIN ACS. PAY -75a
A fine goid-eiolinted
makes a handsome
We have just received a
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prices are very reason
able. Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
thlp. It wan geiieinlly understood In
Hie iuinlminlt thai If he had only
'earned to tend In his )omigor da) a
lie would hae been a preacher. Mr.
finmdgo had one grent trait which
ihown his business ability more than
an) thing else he noier lost money.
The money nlwas managed to be
lost before he got It, and ho often
i poke of his good fortune. When
Millions went out of tho hands of
speculators ho would chuoklo nnd say
"I'm dam lucky " Tho Httlo monoy
Mr. Smudge ever had was mndo by
his wife, who tool. In washing, lntt.lt
lc only fair to mi of Mr. Smudge
that ho often emptied the soapsuds.
Ho was really u sclf-mndo man nnd,
having been thrown bomowhat forci
bly on his own resources In early life,
l.evcr got over the Injur). This gen
tlcman'a face was a familiar ono In
Bycamoro as the possessor rode on"
each morning on the garbage enrt.
He always hnd a genial, pleasant way
about him except when ho was nt
homo, und there he of couise had ev
ery light to be the reverse, l.lko
many other tltlrena, he was a mag
netic man, having at odd hours hold
over 100 or Wright's elect: lc belts.
Ills presence was alwa)s felt at
night In the hcnjarcls of Sycamore
And so hypnotic was his touch that
l:c could cam a hen uwny without
causing n cackle And ho did not
follow the Star of Umpire westward
through nny ohsiuro Destiny. Oh,
no; not he. lie went nt tho sugges
tion of tho S)camore Vlg. Com.
Among other things he did u Httlo
hanking, too, around his house. Mr.
Smudgo's thoughts were always so
deep they neor riimo to the top, nnd
when he tried to dig 'tbM. up (nt
prnyer meeting say) he cut thoin In
Pieces, ns ho did his potatoes, und
they fellout In stutters. Ho stands
five feet nine, eats three square menls
v, lien ho can, an I gets a dollar a day
when ho works An observing neigh
bor says that be thinks Mr. Smudge
mndo at least 50 cents In tho last
eight yeats of his life This covers
his biography, which will ho found
ilko that of other distinguished men
No. 120. TtiKUITOKY OK HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND UKCIISTHATION.
TKllltlTOUY OP HAWAII TO Z. K.
ZAHI.AN; U. H. ZA11I.AN; CHU
SAIi HATTIB K. VIV1CHAV
KS; J. H. SCHNACK; W. O.
SMITH, TKUSTi:LJj SUSAN NYU;
HKNltY NYK; MRS. HAHHY
AU1.I); AH CHUCK; SAM
DIOHT; I.UKA; D. KHALOHA;
Hi:iItS OP NAHOI.OWAA; HKIUS
Of HOA; SAMUUI. KAHOLOKA
I,ANI PUA; WILLIAM K. PUA;
Mrs. MIRIAM I.USTHR KAMAI1;
THRRITORY of HAWAII by C. It.
HHMHNWAY as Attorney Cienernl
and by JAMUS W. PRATT ns Com
missioner of Public Lands; COUN
TY of OAHU by CHARLHS HUS
TACIC Jr. as Chairman of the
Hoard of Supervisors; und to ALL
whom It may concern:
Whereas, a petition has been prc-i-ented
to Enid Court by JOHN VIVI
CHAVKS to register and confirm his
title in tho following-described land:
Beginning nt an lion pipe on the
Eastern boundary of L, C. A. 8G20
to J Kueo Joining L. C. A. 21 K.L. to
Kaanaanu; from which point tho fol
lowing Trig. Stations benr, by true
azimuths and distances: Punch
bowl, 302 15', C745.4 feet; nnd Kit
lacpohaku, 188' G4', 3395,3 feet; and
1 tinning, by true azimuths:
(1) 118 20', 13.5 feet, along L.
0. A. 21 F.I..S-
(2) ha' 10', 78.3 feet, nlong
(3) 132 21', 303,9 feet, along
(I) fil 40', 17S.G root, nlong
(irnnt 20GS nnd h. C. A. C40 to
inrner of fenco;
(H) 332 30', 114.8 feet, along
fence nnd lemalnder of L. C. A.
GO.', Apnna 3;
(0) 37 10', 112,8 feet, aloag
(7) 327 30', 4.1 feet, nlong same;
(8) 04 40. 30.8 feet, along smiio;
(II) 328" 3G. 105. feet, along
fence und L. C. A. 1405 to Plhl
llllll; (10) 249" 20', 25.8 feet, nlong
(11) 1 15 00', 3.C feot nlong fojico
along L. C. A. 2107, Apanu 1, to
(12) 243 10', 117.3 feot. nlong
same and land sold by D, W. Pua
to J. Sponcer;
(13) 328 00', 103, feet, along
fenco nnd land Mild to Spencer;
(14) 234 0G 88.4 feet, along L.
C A. 24 K.L. to Kaanuans, to
the initial point; Containing nn
nrc.i of 1.045 Acres, being portions
of L. C. Awards 8520 to J. Kaco;
C05 Apanu 3, to Kalunnntnn; nnd
1302 to Noholowaa; nt Knhawall,
Kapalama, Honolulu, Onbu,
You nro hereby cited to appear at
tho Coutt of Land Registration, to
bo held nt Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
011 the 9th day of March, A. D. 1908,
at ono o'clock and thirty minutes In
the afternoon, lo thow cause, If any
win have, why the pra)er of said po-
'tjltlon should net bo granted. And
PER CENT, of all American and European cars, includ-
ng tne leauing maKes, nrs VATER-COOLED: only ten per
cent, are AIR-COOLED.
Water at any temneritnre can he relinl on to cool the
engine; it adds very little to the weight of a car and prevents repair
bills, whioh cannot be avoided with overheated engines cooled by oil, or
AIR-COOLED cars may be all right in a cold climate. But in
tropics the wine man will buy a WATER-COOLED car every time.
Here are n few of the leading WATER-COOLED cars:
Come and see them at our show-rooms.
Demonstrations cheerfully given.
tWtfTin uaaate, .MiTT aM&r
Use Pure Milk
Don't take chances with milk that may contain typhoid
germs. Our condensed milk is used very generally on the Pacific
Coast instead of ordinary cow's milk. It is so rich in natural
flavor and butter-fat that it is preferred by many in-tsa, coffee, co
coa, and chocolate, while it makes the be3t body for gravies,
sauces, ice-cream, fricassees, etc.
If you try it once, you w.ll sec that it is all we claim.
is thoroughly sterilized and evaporated by a hygienic process to
the consistency of a rich cream, nnd is readily digested and as
similated. H. HacRfeld & Co., Ltd.,
unles3 )ou nppenr at said Court nt
tho tlmejjnd place nforesald )onr de
fault will bo recorded, and the said
petition will bo taken 11s confessed,
und jott will bo forever barred from
contesting Bald potltlon or any ele
ctee entered thereon.
Witness, PHILIP, h. WEAVER, Ks
quire, Judgo of said Court, this 4lh
day of Feb., In tho year nineteen
hundred nnd eight.
Attest with Seal of Bald Court.
W. L. HOWARD,
(Seal) ' Ueglstrar.
3910 Feb, 7, 14, 21, 2S,
When .the moon oomes
up take your motor car and
a companion and go down
to Haleiwa. It is the
finest drive in the district,
for the roads ate in splen
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ll'HIM I1I1 ' iIWMIiHH 1 '1
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DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN AHNUAL-for daily ref
erence. Each or all to be had at
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