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EVBN1NQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, Ami I, 20, 1908.
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At 180 Kiir Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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yVllaow R. Pnrrlngton, - - Editor
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MONDAY APRIL 20, 1908
They might make It nnothcr mil
lion fur l'catl Harbor while the) aie
The. attempts marie locally to crit
icise the Hon. C. K Uttlcneld, who.
unfortunntely for Hawaii, has re
signed from Congress, call to mind
the comment made by Mr. Llttlefleld
during his stay in the Islands. He
was at thnt time subjected to a line
of discourteous comment, which was
not only a misrepresentation but also
in extremely bad taste.
Mr. Llttleflcld remarked In pass
ing, "I trust they know that I don't
care a rap what they say. 1 form
my own opinions."
Mr. Uttlcneld Is a man whoso
character and standing Is bo far
above his puny critics in this town
that their few unpleasant words fur
nish an example of the fact that Ho
nolulu has still a few pirates on tho
beach br a relic of former days.
FOR PAhTY DNITY.
It Is very gratifying to note tho
unanimity with which the tentative
harmony program proposed by the
'n u 1 1 c 1 1 n Is accepted and favor
ably commented upon. There are
some things bo obviously good thnt
even the criminal classes cannot And
a, point on which to hang an objec
tion. It 1b a matter In this campaign as
it has been in all other campaigns ol
getting tho people to take an active
part In campaign work. Thero are
so many good men who find that they
have "not the time" or the disposi
tion to get Into the work of politics
and affairs of government, that they
furnish the basis from which the
blatherskite and bludgeon-wlelders qf
ill-repute carry on their campaign of
misrepresentation against party
workers. It Is not always possible to ap
proach a political problem In the
natural logical way. Therefore If It
Is deemed best to name the fruit be
fore it has developed to maturity and
pick the leaders first, so let It bo.
What every citizen andicvery lead
er should bear in mind, however, Is
thnt success cannot be gained by a
namby-pamby, stay-at-home, back-of-flco-pailor
Kcry man must do his utmost
early In the year to line up and size
up the forces In his own precinct. It
U the Individual work that counts,
coupled with a practical exhibition
of fair play In shaping up the organ
ization and the party ticket.
This Is a fact a great many vcr;
excellent people forget.
IMMIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT.
The acts of violence dono by re
cent Immigrants to the mainland
have caused the "Immigration" prob
lem to again come to the foro and
with It a variety of proposals for
checking the Influx of undesirables.
lery plan to reduce the number
and Improve tho quality of people
coming to tho country raises the old,
old problem of how the good may bo
separated from the evil, and the labor
market still supplied for carrying on
the developing industries.
' "What would we have dono with
out them?" Is a query that has caus
ed the New York World to present
some Interesting figures regarding
the work and growth for which the
Immigrant s In u large measure re
sponsible. "From tho beginning of the He
public 26,000,000 Immigrants have
cOmo hither; 25,000,000 since 1842,"
says the World. "Kvcn before the
discovery of gold, from 184G to 1849,
Immigration was as rapid In propor
tion as It has ever been since; and In
1651-54 67 immigrants camo for ev
ery 1,000 of the population, whllo In
1904-07, In a rush that may nover
again be equaled, only SI camo for
' 'There were In tho country In
1000' 10,000,000 foreign-born and
26,000,000 of foreign parontage. No
reckoning was possible of those of
foreign grand-parentago. Hut their
number must bo great. Tho Increase
of natlvo whiten of native parentage,
Flf S4x Moulin .Bo
Per Year, .nywbtre lu U.S l.uo
Pr Year, .nywh.re In C.nadt I. Ho
Pr Ytar poAtpaid, fortign 3oo
1S30-1900, was only 18.9 per cent.,
while whites of foreign parentage In
creased 30 2 per cent. nlmost twice
"If wr can Imagine immigration
I to have heen cut off In IS 12, we can
' flguro this nation In 1908 as one of
possibly 10,000.000 souls. The first
i llrooklyn bridge Is just begun; New
i York City Is a town of less than 1,
000,000 people on Manhattan Island,
llrooklyn has annexed Williamsburg,
but there arc big grain fields be
tween. "With Immigration stopped In
1842, wo might have had no Civil
War. The South would be In control
In Washington, and, If the South
wished it, slavery would still exist.
We should bo slowly becoming. In
deed, a negro nation. The colored
population would bo nearly one-quarter
of the whole, where at the begin
ning of the Republic It was only one
sixth. It Is now, thanks to our citi
zens of foreign birth, parentage and
grand-parentage, only 11. Cpcr cent,
of the nation.
"New York and New England
would have suffered most in this re
spect. In 1900 the excess of births
over deaths among native whites in
these seven States was only 3.S per
1,000. The excess among colored
people In the country was 17.8 por
1,000. For native whites the excess
for the country was slightly greater,
but with natives of foreign parent
age and grand-parentage excluded it
would have been far less.
"The compelling causa of Ameri
can development for two generations
has been foreign mlsgovernment driv
ing whlto men hither. Thnt some
have brought with them n hatred of
the existing order which is illogical
"It was the grandest spectacle on
earth." "Tho fire was thrown within
twenty feet of the top of the pit, and
the floor was covered with running
streams of lava," "I would not have
missed the sight for any considera
tion." These were the remarks made by
visitors who returned from the Voi
cing by the MAUNA LOA this week.
Don't wait for the activity to
cease; book now while the show is
. wuij -i.uv iui me ruuau trip.
ror imormauon regarding the trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST C0MTANY,
Cor. Fort and Herohant Sti.,
Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, three bedroom
modern cottage '. $3200.
Makiki District, Kinau Street, Lot
50x00, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Mercliant Streets.
imtf mmS fmrttrm-r, , rftriislisifitiillnftMs
Pacific Hts., 2 bedrooms $25.00
Mailoa, 2 bedrooms $27.50
Young St., 2 bedrooms $30.00
King St., 3 bedrooms $35.00
Oreene St., 4 bedrooms $35.00
Prospect St., 4 bedrooms ....$50.00
Pacific Hts., 4 bedrooms $50.00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $50.00
Waikiki, 4 bedrooms $00.00
Manoa, 3 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 4 bedrooms $00.00
Ainahau, Waikiki $75.00
mk Wf" koM
In a free Ilcpubllc Is no reason for
raising the bars against all immi
grants." So It Is In Hnwall. Immigration
has not worked out just as was most
to be desired for certain Ideals. Hut
"What would Hawaii have done with
Editor Kvenlng Dulletln:
It has been said in tho newspapers
that I liavo joined tho Labor Union
party, but permit me to deny thlt and
state I am a true Republican ns I
havo always been slnco Annexation.
Kaneohc. April 20, 1908.
FINEST NEWS YET
We can look for the Fleet by tho
first of June. Why not? It will
likely be here not later than the
17th, and stop, until after the glori
ous Fourth. EDITOR TIMES.
Would It not pay Manager Cohen
to keep both the Orphcum and the
Opera House open during tho Fleet
days? one, say, afternoons and the
other evenings. Wo believe, too. If
he could start a first-class nickel-and-dlmo
picture show, near tho wa
terfront. Ho might too engngo nlco
refreshment carts to stand by!
(Continued from Pase 1) '
CARS WILL RUN
their place. Ono of the tubes which
burst and thus caused tho troublo,
had burst along tho Beam, whllo tho
other had burst in another place. In
both cases the riamago dono to tho
tubes was considerable.
"This Is tho first time In seven
years thnt any of our tubes havo
burst." said Manager Uallcutyno this
forenoon, "Tubes cannot bo expect
ed to last forever. Tho tubes had no
IlawB, but wo havo a theory regard
ing the cause of tho trouble). How
ever, I am not yet prepared to give
out what that theory Is. At any rate
no blamo can be attached to any !
"Tho men who woro hurt yester
day, aro doing well."
Temperatures 0 a. m., 68; 8 a. m
70; 10 a. in., 70; noon, 73; morning
Barometer, 8 n. in., 30,17; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 a. m., 6.145 grains por
cubic foot;, relntlvo humidity, 8 a. m.,
77 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., 02.
Wind 6 n. in., velocity 18, direction
E.; 8 a. ni., velocity 5, direction N.E.;
10 a. ni.. velocity 15, direction N.E.;
noon, velocity 12, direction NE.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 n.
m., .05 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon. 280 miles.
WM. I!. 8T0CKMAN.
Section Director. H S. Weather Bureau
For Your Next Ereninjj Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibro and Sflk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following colon ;
WHITE WITH FINK;
WETE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
The Bulletin's Newsboy Contest is
rapidly drawing to a close; Thurs
day, April 30, is the last day, and
the hustlers who liavc worked for
ten weeks early and late, will be re
warded with ten of the finest prizes
ever given out by any newspaper In
Honolulu. On Monday next these
splendid prizes will be on view in
the windows of E. 0. Hall & Con.
Ltd. The boys who arc ahead will
brace up to retain their leadership
and the boys who arc behind will do
their utmost during the few remain
ing days of the contest to catch up
and win out. The prizes are well
worth while and the winners will
have every cause to be happy. The
list of boys and the number of B u 1 j
1 c t i n s they have sold up to
Thursday, April 1G, are as follows:
1. J.. Noble 2120
3. Phil. Fernandez 2090
2. Geo. Richard 1096
6. C. Hawlins 1312
5. Joe Carvalho' 1262
7. M. Carvalho 1184
4. J. Pcrreira 924
8. Ping Kong 802
10. Jas. Hawaii 572
11. Enos Fernandes 432
12. Joe Domingo 186
0. Ernest Silva 158
15. Joe Mendosa 18 72
14. Dan Kclliaa 1682
16. Joe Freitas 960
62. Edward Poepoe . . .., 882
13. Johnny dc Jardin 724
22. Harisco ., 364
18. John Hoomana 342
32. Hans Nielsen 312
41. Akana 276
21. David Munson 184
35. Frank Vincent 182
70. Frank Demello . 170
20. Joe Muniz 166
39. Harry Stewart 152
57. John Costa . . 130
64. Manuel Nobo 102
23. Hoomana Akana 90
25. F. Cushingham 86
81. K. Adams 78
42. Souza Vicrra 60
71. Ah Gui CO
AND VERY'S ORDERS
Admiral Is Ordered Home But Can
not Go Nor Can He Get
Admiral Very hnB conio Into Imme
diate contact with tho operation of
tho coastwise Bhlnnlnc lawn nml Mm
orders of an officer from his com
Admiral Very has orders tn urn.
cced to his homo ns Boon ns his suc
cessor arrives. Orders aro orders,
A COLLAR BUTTON is an
insignificant article, yet it is
a very necessary one. There
is a great difference is collar
buttons; the cheap, flimsy one
is an abomination, but the
strong, heavy, well-made, sol
id gold button is a pleasure
to use and wear.
Our are the kind that LAST
A LIFETIME and GIVE SAT
ISFACTI0N TO THE WEAR
ER. H. F. Wichman & Co.
mid It Is tho duty of Admiral Very
to proceed. It la possible, however,
that ho cannot proceed. It Is report
ed that the steamship Korea, on
which lie should take pas'jigc, Is Ail
ed to orrflowlng.
There Is also n department regula
tion that gives nn Admiral, when
traveling under orders, nn cxcIurIvo
stateroom. Admiral Very cannot get
ou c.cluslo stateroom.. He cannot
got uny slrutcroom, or could not at
Thus are the orders of the Govern
ment upset by Its own laws. The sit
uation is peculiar, and nnothcr Item
Is recorded ngalnst tho coastwise
Territory of Hawaii Exchanoes For
Various Stripe of Private
M. 11. da Sllvclra nnd wlfo of San
Franclbco Iumo made n deed by way
of exchange of land to tho Territory.
The amount of land transferred Is
2343 square- feet and will bo Used In
the extension of Fort street.
J. H. Schniick nnd wfo havo trans
fcrred the streets known aa I'all Au
ntie, nnd Henry nnd Dow streets In
tho plcco of land known ns tho "Njm
niiu Tract" to tho Territory, Tor n sub
division of lands in Nuuauu Valley.
An pxchaiiRo dccil has been filed be
tween the 11. V. IJishop Estato and tho
Territory of Huwall whereby tho Ter
ritory conveys u portion of un old
roadway In consideration of a plcco
of land for n new mail way In Iho dis
trict of Knlauao, Ewa, Oahu.
.1. II. Atherton Estate has conveyed
to tho Territory of Hawaii a ten-foot
right of way for a water plpo lino
through Niiiiaim Valley in considera
tion or $1.
Tho Territory has made nn cx
chnngo deed with V. M. Swanzy
whereby the former conveys a portion
of an abandoned government road In
oxchango for certain lands for a loca
tion of a new government road In Ko
holulclo In llamak.ua, Hawaii. All of
these transfers except the latter havo
been made for tho interests of the
Territorial roads or 1'ubllc Works De
partment. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Anril 18. 1908.
I frnm 1(1 '30 n m tn 10 unnn
Territory of Hawaii to Trs of II
1 Dlshop Est Ex D
Territory of Hawaii to V M Swan
zy Ex D
John Muguun by Regr Notke
Agnes Milkiinlu et ill to Moses Nn-
Entered for Record April 20, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
A J Hmlley to C II Cockett and
A (! Curtis ct nl to John Fitzger
Cluirlcs K Simpson to Central Mill
Co Ltd . . .'
IMPROVEMENTS AND BONDS.
(Special to thu II u lie tin)
Wnllukii, Maul. April 18. The Maul
Uo-ird of Supervisors will meet thli.
morning to open bids for now road
contracts for Eabt Makuwao. There
nro about sovon different contractb
and about ns ninny dlffcient bidders
for each. Among tho bidders will bo
A. A. Wilbon, .1. H. Wilson, J. A.
Akcong nnd various lulls. Two of the
public woiks proposed will bo affect
ed by tho decision of tho Supremo
Court In re .Maul County bond laauo
of $110,000, which Is hanging nro be
fore that tribunal. If tho court should
decido that the act was fuitlty, tho
proposed Improvements would have
to bo dons without a bond Issuo by
tho county. And If tho court decides
In fnor of tho net, tho bankers would
still rcfuso to loan monoy to tho coun
ty because tho law calls for S-15 and
tho money lenders really want B-20
bonds and no less. As far as Maul
County Is concerned 5-10 Is moro
proforablo or oven Iceh tlmo, for Hint
would Iniliico tho County Fathers,
I whoever they may be next jear, to
my nsuio a larger Blnklng ruml for the
redemption of the bonds, and tho In
terest thus saved could bo utilized for
moro public Impiovomonts, Instend of
being ndded to profits of coi porntlons.
mi I I
A "healthy body nut! n cheerful
mind" nro tho principal equipments
m no imeii uy VHKjnmur Stertansson,
,who li to slnrt next month on nn Aie
( tic trip In n rnwhnat,
THE NEW STEIN
BLOCH styles aie
Where did they come
Styles as this house
presents them repre
sent no one man's ideas.
presents to you photo
graphs of the current
Spring and Summer mod
els according to the
world's best usage. They
are genuine composites.
They bring together into
one suit or overcoat the
various points included
in reports received from
Etein-Bloch outposts in
the acknowledged fash
sioners go at seasonable
intervals to nil those
places on both sides of
the Atlantio where ad
vance fashion ideas nre
brought together into one
procession by the limited
trains and the ocean grey
hounds. The observations
of these men meet in the
and cutting rooms.
At one time it is a new
fabric from exclusive for
eign looms, to be accurately reproduced, for Stein-Bloch use. At
another time it is a trim top-coat idea from the box of a tallyho
at a race meet in England. Again an afternoon coat worn on Fifth
Avenue by a man who has tine and means to indulge his clothes
whims. Or it may be a smart suit idea from the floor of the
Stock Exchange--or a hot wef.ther suit from Pahn Beach.
Whichever it is, it is au thentic, and shaped out to present to
you as the mct economical and sensible solution of a 3criou3 mod
BIUB NUB HUGU HEW
Fort and Merchant Streets
a a it is - a-
a a -x- a a- x a
Thojinnil will play tonight ut
Emma Square, tho following pin
gram halug been prepared '' Hur
' I'AIIT I
March, "To Vletory" Melnccko
Overture, "Light Cavalry" ...Suppo
Intermezzo, "l.a Sorelln" .Ilond
Selection, "Cannon" Illzct
Vocal, Hawaiian Songs. ar. by Merger
Selection, "Tattooed Man". .Herbert
Hondo, "I-orulne" (llllet
March, "Artist Club" .... Melnccl.o
"Tho Star-Spangled Manner"
THAT MINSTREL SHOW.
(Special to tho 1) u 1 1 c 1 1 u)
Wnllukii, Maul, April 18. Nothing
short of un oarlliquaku will prevent
tho member or tho local Knights ofi
I'ythlns, Alolm I.mlRo, No. 3, from
having their Inng-pionilped minstrel I
show nt their castle hall next Sutnr-l
day evening. April 23th. Tlio rumor
that Messrs. Crowell iiml Dr. Maples I
will nsslst as end men seoms to be
without foundation, Tho mombcrs mo
keeping tho most profound secret as
to whom Iho end men will bo; In fact
them's moio urerecy sin rounding thu
personnel of tho end men than thu'
members of tho Hoard of Strategy of
tho Japanese naval bourd. Sover.il of
tho lending members of tho knights!
wero seen but their Ili3 nro tighter
than clam shells nnd oven moro mi
than tho Covernor on his loappolnt-'
incuts. As tho show-ls lo bo given by
local amateur knights, that alone
would preclude Dr. Maples from uny
participation In tho show, for ho has
tho disadvantage of being u pinfes
nlonnl nnd thorofoio disqualified uslde
from his other disqualifications. At
any latu tho hits, ns well ns the per
sonnol of tho endmen, will bo tin
groatest surprises of tho oenlng, nml
that nlono will ensure a full attend
unco even Iioforo the curtain goo3 up.
May Iho jKnlgtita havo a full housi
ami may tho hoiiso bo full of knights
The Fleet Is comma. Let us clean
up the City.
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TB13 LABELSTANDSrOaOS YEARS
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as alio our supplies of
STATIONERY. BOOKS. ETC..
are specially selected to meet the
taste of our community, and tho
is published to mitt the need cf var
ied, reliable information pertaining
to the land we live in.
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STATIONER, ETC., 1C03 FORT ST.
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