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None of the public schools lack
the exiiorlenco of the flrc-ilrlll. Tbo
private schools are the only doubtful
Mr. Ilnlleiityno should be put out.
There must bo somctlilnK tho matter
with ii man who bcllces that any
"covernmeut" on earth moves too
topldly In making n public Improve
ment. If you wnnt big Americans elected
to nllleo, ilon't semi peanut pollll
Hans imil pompoiiR fat-heads to the
(inventions that eelect tho nominee.
Pick I ho iivcrage self-respecting man
vrho can hustle.
Tho Hoard of lMucntlon of New
Wk City has voted clown tho pro
posal to introduco corporal punish
ment In tbo schools of the city. Tho
only surprise Is, that the vote was
not nulto two to one. ,
The New York Telegram's Wash
ington coricspondcnt says that tho
Prohibition movement, like tho Pop
ulists, has had Its whiskers shaved.
That means it has cut Its eye-teeth,
(mil therefore Is no recommendation
fur thu superior integrity with which
Anything that helps along tho
causo of tho direct-primary expres
sion should bo iccclvcil with fivvoi
in Itopubllcnn precinct meetings. 131
lcct primary was ono of tho piom
Ucs tho Republican party forgot to
keep during tho last Legislature, nti'J
it must make good In some why or
All you have to do Is hold on hard
and watt for prosperity. Henry
Clews says good tlmei are ccrtalijly
(inning. A writer In The World To
(!ay. after devoting two pages to a
history of panics and the nfterniathi.
winds up with: "Tho signs of tho
tlnica are so plain that bo who runs
may rend, and they point to another
wavo of prosperity."
"I inn (old that in thn Netherlands
tho Kiloims are not licensed, but only
flio customcis, who can not procure
any Manor without first showing
their license." Congressman Kur
tcrmann. Now thero's it imposition that
' ought to Kcetiro n following In this
Tcirltory. This Is perfect local op
Ho (the Vlro President) also
piecntP(l u memorial of tho fac
ulties of universities nml colleges
and sundry educators of Now
I Turk City, N. Y., remonstrating
iignlnst liny appropriation being
made for tho proposed now bat
tleships. Congressional Hccord.
Shall wo call them mollycoddles or
, worso than nnarchUts?
It Is worth wnllo noting that tho
Bttgar circulars of the Trust persua
sion Bpenk of tho Cuban planters as
being ablo to bold their sugars this
year. As not a little of Cuban sugar
Is the property of tho Trust, tho
Mocks that nro being held may be
thtown on tho market when expecta
tions for still higher prices run high.
The crowd In charge of tho market
usually has tome scheme on foot
whoreby tho Trust need not lose.
TIME TO SEEK IMMIGRANTS.
Crops arc good and prices nio tho
best. IluwuU'a far-seeing inon inn
l.ot find a better time to dovoto their
attention to tho all-Important subject
The restriction of Japanese labor
Is and will continue to bo of a very
positive chnnicter. Tho action of
the Japancso Government in making
tho regulations Hint went Into force
tbo first of February practically
i wiped tlio Japanese Immlgtation
v tympanies out of oxlstonre so far ns
i filawall U eofirerned. There will bo
no Immigration promotion companies
to supply n Hawaiian labor demand.
In other words, the Jupnnose Gnv-
prnment has taken every reasonable
precaution to ilecroaso tho emigra
tion of laborers to Hawaii and the
mainland, stopping short of absolute
rettrlctlou by a very small margin.
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' MARCH 21,
There arc two rommon-senso
lourses open to the industrial lead
ers of the Tcrrltoi v. One Is an abso
lute necessity and tho other, though
hardly less Important, Is supplemen
tary. Domicile the labor, and seek Euro
pean Immigrants for the now supply
of tho future.
With the labor that Is now In thu
Territory, It Is not probable that any
suggestion of a serious shortago Is
likely to occur for two yeais, perhaps
longer. Impnncmcnt of tho homo
Mirroundlngs will postpone the time
There Is reason to believe, how
tver, that the depnrtjiro of Japancso
icturnlng to their old homes will
certainly make Itself felt on tho plan
tations wiiuiu inni period, unless
steps nro taken to provide against an
The Bulletin hns not been ami
Is not now an alauntst on tbo sub
ject of Jnpane,so labor. It )s tho part
of common Beuso for the business
lenders to begin operations for tho
future, while the labor conditions aro
very comfortable, lather than wait
until wave of enthusiasm takes la
borers to the new Holds of Japanese
development or greater local pros
perity enables a steadily growing
number to ictttrn to their old homo
as well-to-do citizens.
It is business fully to hank on nil
iaclnf?-up of Jupnneso regulations
within n compnrntlvoly ulinrt period.
'ihe Federal Government will nev
er bo faornblc to such a causo as
lung as tho division of races and nn-
Haveyon been to the
Don't let anyone dissuade you from
The trip can be made in 4 days, and
costs only $42.50.
For information regarding tho trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Bungalow on Pacific Hcagts. .$1050.
Four homes in Punahou District,
2900., $4500., $4750., and $3100.
Building lots in Manoa Valley, $800.
Corner Fort and Merchant Sti.
1008 Vo""K strcct 4 1,cilronn,fl 'ir'-ou JtBMjBSIsOiiEJRSBw
Pacific IlolBhts. 4 bedrooms.. 50.00 ' .JMMiiWigWiTOiyACTawMM
Niiuanu Ave, "1 bedrooms. .. . CO. 00 iMiiMPrBatnrjiit 5) ZT-t ufZJfiflrSmim
JIanon, 3 bedrooms 75,00 I BBSnjHHBSJiwKwlMirffinffiSBB
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tlouniltles In theso Islands Is nr
rmhed In the order of Its present
The Japanese nnd American (lov
crnments nro working In perfect har
mony on this matter. Hawaii In
scai citing for now sources of supply
to work out tho balancing process
must therefore look In sonic other di
rection than tho Orient.
The work cannot begin too soon.
(Continued from Pice 1
will bo better Informed ns to the re
sources nnd possibilities of Hawaii
than any previous Goernor has ever
The pilnclpal land oxchtnges In con
temptation, ns has been preWously
stated, aro those with tho llaldwln In
terests, Tho Government has several
tracts of lnnd, of vnrlous kinds, which
tho Hawaiian Commercial wishes tc
acquire, whllo the Government wnntu
to get hold of land which will be suit
able for pineapples, etc.
In exchange for tho Government
land llaldwln tentatively suggests giv
ing agricultural land In both R.isl nl
West Maul, but Governor Fre.ir Is
anxious to securo It all In ono block,
If possible, lit tho Hnlku section. The,
threo pieces of Gin eminent land which
llaldwln wnnts'to securo nro. Tho 350
acres of Omaoplo, which is cano land
lying between land of a similar char
acter owned by tho Hawaiian Com
mercial; tho school nlnd on the slope
ot Hnlcnkala, which ho wants for
grazing purposes; nnd tho land at Na-
plll, most of which Is cano laud suit
nbla for n small plantation.
Above Naplll llaldwln has Mime
laud said to bo good for pineapples,
which ho would glvo for tho lower
cane land, but as stateil before, the
Government prefers to get land at
Another exchango which may be
inailo Is that ofipait of the Govern
incut grazing land In Kahlklnul which
Dr. Raymond wishes to ncuuiro to add
to hls.graclng land. In exchango for
this tno Got eminent may bo ablo to
got somen hero in the neighborhood of
n thousand ncres ot ngilcultur.il land
In tho Uliipalakua section. No defin
ite offer of exchango has jet been
made, but somo offer probably will bo
mndo boon. It Is probable that llald
wln will also make his offer definitely
tdiortly. In enso offers uio made, It
will bo necessary ti) have arbitrators
appointed to nluo both tho Govern
ment and tho private land In order to
nrrlvo at a fair basis ot exchange.
Tho Inst week-of thu trip wns par
ticularly Btrenuoiis In both tho amount
of ground covoicd and Its roughness,
Tho hard work wns illersiflod by va
rious pol and pig dinners and by a big
intortaliimciit nt Wnlluku, followed by
i dancu. Tho Governor said ho didn't
know thero weio so many peoplo on
iMniil ns gatheied nt Wnlluku to see
At Lahalna tho Governor and other
members of tho party addressed n big
public meeting, and tho Governor also
visited tho school nnd spoke fi tho
children. Thursday night ho visited
Lahnlnnluu.i school and again yostor
day morning ho went thero and wns
entertained by tho teachers und stu
dents. Ho was taken through tho
idiops nnd saw tho students at woik.
Both the Governor ami uomuiisbioner
For Your'Next Eveninu Gown,
Iade of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We hare two patterns in each of
the followinc colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Pratt mmlp nthllpt-hes nt the school.
Mitntori Campbell took u lung walk
up tho stnVim which supplies tho
school ;iikI hV'town of Ijilialna with
water. In outer to see whether thuro
was any possibility of contamination,
It hns been cfalmed thnt tho sickness
which has bven prevalent at both I.J
halnaluna school und Lnhalun wat
caused by Impure water. After look
ing oer the situation, Mr. Campbell
concluded that such Is tho enso, and
ho went up stream to imestlgnto tho
possibilities of taking tho water out
higher up nnd bringing It down
through some kind of a pipe so ns to
avoid contamination. Ho concluded
that this can bo done and measureii
will bo taken accordingly.
Tho paity has cooied nearly all or
tho Island of .Maul. Marston Camp
bell has mndo It bH business to In
spect wharves ipul landings und tbo
Governor has dono n good dual ol thU,
Tho aity took tho Klnau at Liihnt
ua last night nnd loltuncd to Honolu
lu after what they all say was n mo3t
prodtnblo two weeks.
Notwithstanding tho fact thnt thoio
nro almost hulf u hundred snlloivi with
out work In Honolulu. Captain Dun
ham of tho Astral 1ms signed n full
crew of Jupnneso, fow of whom know
Iho first things about u deep-wutor
vessel. Tho Astral will go to llllo
this afternoon In tow of the Klnau.
It is officially announced that
Cittcen Victoria of Spain expects n
lslt from tho stork about tbo cml
Faithful Watch ?
When it commences to lag
a little, it needs attention.
Don't expect too much of its
wonderful mechanism. It
needs oil nnd cleaning just
the same ns any other piece
When out of order bring
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Sharpener that sharpens and sharpens
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 20, 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
I lawn l-lv.ingeli I Atsn Notice
J K Paukcalanl to Win Henry...!)
Sara II Clark and hsb to Albert 11
Clark Jr 1)
Albert II Clark Jr to Albert 1)
Clink . . U
Hiiwn Trust Co Ltd tr to Palolo
Land & Imp Co Ltd Parltel
Kalewnuuu to Mrs-Marion W Hen
Entered for Record March 21, 1008,
From 0 a. m. to 10:50 a. m.
Mutl Illdg ft Loan Soe of II Ltd
to Hen Cruz . He)
New York, March 7 PicHhlent
ItoohiiM'lt has decided to destrii) tin-
bucket ttuiji and all tho machinery of
the Government will be used iigaliiKt
tlieso concerns thick lutvo been lob
blug tbo public for :. eais.
limn million that the Prcridcut had
tmdei taken this business was leeched
ill Wnll Ktieet today Willi ('iithtlsliisni,
nnd It wits celebrated wilh'aii advance
III tho .stock miirkol of from ono to
tin eo points,
Tho President's Intentions wero
liuule known through n personal let
ter ho wrote to Charles K. Knobloch,
a number of Iho Now York Slock F.
Mr. Kunblorh Iiuh been a llfo long
liorMinal friend of Hoosoelt and was
a "Hough HIder" with him In Iho
Members of tho exchango who were,
favoiod with a look at tho document
hay that tho President Insisted ho was
not alining nt legitimate speculation
In Wall Bireot, but wns simply trying
to destroy tho bucket shops.
185 editorial rooms 25G busi
ness otrtee. These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the -Bulletin office,
Our 1908 Easter Cards
We are now displaying one of the
handsomest lines of Easter cards
this season that has ever been of
fered to the trade. These are cut
out crosses in a variety of shapes,
decorated with spring flowers, an
gels, and illuminated texts. The fol
ders are shown in many styles ex
quisitely colored and designed. One
of the daintiest Is a series of ten de
signs with delicate green borders
and green palm leaf cross with a
few flowers in the center. The in
scription inside is printed in colors
Aniens: the novelties there are cut
out rabbits that have moving eyes
land also a large hen sitting on a
basket with holes in it, behind
which is a. moving card showing
chickens peeping out through thei
holes, Among the cunningest cards
for the children nre little cut-out
chicks all dressed in their Easter
Out-of-town customers would do
well to order early.
Thos. G. Thrum.
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Prevention of Cruolty to Animals,
offers n prize of $111)0 for nn Inven
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tho present method of slaughtering
Secretary Tnft paid n trlbuto to
tho work of tho'Y. M. C. A. in tho
Philippines In nn address before L',-
000 poisons nt Springfield, Mass.
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