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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, DnC. 18, 1908.
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iJAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING: CO., LID.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
I Cully f er day except Sunday Weekly
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Willnco R. Parrlngton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territcry
FicJitorial Roorrs, - 185
li'UHiness Office, - 256
"Every known reasonable method Is
being exploited for substituting Anglo
Saxons and Latins for Orientals (as
Isborers here) but this Is a difficult
matter In the face of the present Fed-j
eral Immigration laws." Governor;
Frear's Annual Report.
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Arc wo not nil slaves to the busi
ness alliances of John I). Rockefeller?
If jou don't believe tlio Merry
Christmas season Is at hand, Just
watch the children who make. Christ
mas. Hudolph Sprockets Is preaching a
doctrine that will conquer nil Amer
ican evils Commouu Honesty and
There Is no reason why party moil
of Honolulu should pill on any Abe
'ituef cloaks Polities Is not dono in
that way In Honolulu.
Investments In Honolulu stocks
and Honolulu rcnl cstnte furnish tlio
best opportunities of this season and
for many more to come.
A Japanese labor ugltntlon will bo
in great power for hastening Euro
pean immigration, It wo understand
jjthe temper of the American people
Mr. Tntt hopes to settle the sugar
jtarlfr by an agreement between the
i Phlllpplno Interests nud tlio Other
sugar Interests, May this be done
Jwlth full Justice to all.
J' Assemblies llko that which greet
jod Mr. Sprockets nro nlso reminders
Jthat the Commercial Club of Honolu
flu Is one of tho permanent necessities.
?Llke the city, it Is bound to grow.
Is it neces-
gsary to remark that under this head--lug
Hawaii appears In the Annual
B Report of tho Department of Agrl
tculturo? Give thanks that It is not
William Nelson Cromwoll Is tho In
dividual about whom all tho Panama
Canal scandal Is revolving. Ho has
Just come fnto tho limelight though
no other one man had jnoro to do
with bringing tho Panama situation
to wlicro tho President could success
fully put It through.
Tho nearest Honolulu comes to tlio
cilmlnal rich is tho man who make?
his living in Hawaii and plants nil
his funds In foreign investments and
foreign purchase, of supplies. To cor
lect tho oil, ho has only to stop
it and practUo tho everlastingly hon
orable calling of being thoroughly
loyal to the honio town and tho homo
Mr. Luffan of the Now York Sun
sajs In reply to President Roosevelt's
"In saying these things wo can
not disguise our chagrin and hit
Imlllatlon that tho person who is
addressed Is also tho President of
the United Stajos,
"It Is curious that Mr. Foulko
i is a preferred repository of theso
confidences ot tho President, It
wnB to him that Mr. Koosovclt
wroto his momurnblo letter deny
ing that ho was using tho Federal
patronage to aid Mr. Tnft'B cuu
, didacy the letter which nt onco
took Its placo among tho most
valued Incunabula of voracity."
Now wouldn't that Jar you?
MR. IRWIN'S PURCHASE.
Mr. William Q. Irwin's purchaso
ot the Sprockets banking Interest nnd
tho business block In which his com
mission house is located furnishes one
of tho happy Incidents of n very sue
Mr, Irwin started out In tho busl-
ncss which bears his naino and tho
bank of which ho Is now solo owner,
as a clorlc whoso only capital was
brains nnd ability for hard work.
Although the purchaso price is a
very handsome one, tho figures un
doubtedly do not cxprcsB tho great
"satisfaction which comes to Mr. Irwin
in contemplating tho, personal owner
ship of what must continue to be Ills
business home, though he should con-
issued on Tuesday of eaca week.
Ter SU Montlttf ,o
Per Year, anywhere In US I.oo
Pei Yeir, aii)whcte In Canada., f.Ao
Per Year post pa Id, foreluD , a.oo
ttilrred l the rwloRiCf tt Honolulu
a .rcotul clan nittttr.
DECEMBER IB, 1908
tlnue nn active leader in the broader
business and financial fields of the
POLICE AND BURGLARIES.
Nearly n week has passed Blnco tho
police of this city wero notified and
presumably started out on tho trail
of a burglar who left his hat and
shoes in order that his identity might
not bo completely lost.
Tho burglar remains uncaptured.
Either he or another as uvllmlnded
l.as, during tho week, entered another
Docs not this failure to connect with
tho criminal classes of tho city tug
cest Itself to tho pollco department ns
nn eUdcncc of Incompetent pollco
Do tho pollco think that they arc
delherlng the goods?
Do they run away with tho Idea that
they aro giving tlm people tho service
that efficient officers should glo a
Tho time has arrived for tho pollco
to wako up, or glvo way to men who
can run down criminals.
SPRECKELS' ADVICE IS QOOD.
Tho comment of tho President on
mendacious newspapers that do not
pretend to tell tho truth Is very per
tinent to one local paper's Inter
pretation of lludolph Spreckels
speech before tho Commercial Club
as supporting, by Inference, n local
campaign to destroy honest p.irflzan
shlp and to degrndo politics with
Tho tupporters of the Honolulu
"best-mnn" propaganda found great
relief In the advice of Mr. Spreckels.',
it they .could say with truth which
they cannot that they started In do
ing politics nt tho primaries or, as
County Chnlrman Judd would put it,
got up early In tho morning when
venturing forth to do their civic duty.
Mr. Spreckels presupposed a cor-
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Nuuanu Avenue $35.00
School Street $40,00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street $25.00
Lunalilo St. (furnished) ...,$40.00
Alapai Street $10.00
Two bargains in Makiki District
$2650 and $1800.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT SIS,
"Merrv Christmas" UVQHmM
kv Uirolocc mmyW,!izmiWZ4iM
t. u wmKmBlttlMM
I IV II KM ''AHHR,ii
Wo lmvc fof quick sale, nt
n low lirlco a pineapple, rnnclK
of over 100 ncrcs, of which
about 35 acres arc now plant
' ed In pines. EG, 000 plants
should fruit in 1909 and 175,
0Q0 lu 1910. Tlio place Is
ready for Immediate posses
sion and occupancy, tlio salo
to Include a furnished dwell
ing house, team of horses,
farm Implements, tools, etc.
I'll 11 particulars nt our office.
SjiiufA ftwf &fl
nipt political party machine, which
docs not exist in this city, and there
foro his remarks have no other local
application than complimentary ap
proval of what many of our business
men nro doing, nnd ns a warning for
tho futuro when men may refuse to
go Into politics because of tho vllllfl
cation, abuse, deliberate misrepresen
tation, nnd criminal libel committed
through newspapers posing us "moral
Mr. Spreckels" remnrus might fit
tho Republican organization In this
Territory IF It were not n fact that
tho business men of tho city, business
lenders nnd busy men, wero not only
members ot the campaign cnmmlttco
now, but have been, ever Blnco nnnox
ntlon, tnklng an nctivo part in tho
administration ot tho City nnd tho
These business men have dono nnd
aro doing. In nnd through tho organ
Izatlon, what the business men of the
mainland cities should havo dono
yenrs ago, and, faMIng in it, now And
they must go over a great deal ot
ground left In n Bad stato ot neglect.
Spreckels has not compared Hono
lulu with tho cities overwhelmed with
graft and crime. Tho only persons
doing so aro the men who havo com
mitted crimes against decency and be
smirched the good naino of their own
city for no other purpose than to
servo their selfish political dcslro to
either rule or ruin.
The trouble with tho "best-man"
propaganda in Honolulu Is that they
wait until the primaries are held and
tho conventions have named the
candidates, and then It results arc not
to their liking, get out and make a
great hue and cry about tho "evils"
ot politics. As a matter ot fact, they
nro themselves tho greatest evil, bo
cnuso their interest Is' entirely spas
William Kent, tho Chicago reform
er who knows grnft nnd municipal
evil when ho feces it .told the pcoplo
of Honolulu a year ago that this city
was In pretty good condition to fnr
ns administration was concerned.
This statement ho mndo from tho
vantago ground of Central Union
Church pulpit. On a later visit ho
looked nbout and could sco no good
reason wiry any peopla. of Honolulu
should foul their own nest by "repre
senting that conditions hero nro on
a par with tho sad state of n flairs re
sulting from public lndifferenco In
Kent urged that tho pcoplo keep
constantly on guard. Spreckels re-
nows thoAvurnlng. It is timely, al
Neither lias urged that Honolulu
disgrace Itself with perversion of
the truth; nor will they.
Mr. Spreckels' ndvlco Is good. It is
not surprising that tho local peruana
trying to capture his remarks to nld
n personal cause, nro ot tho sumo typo
as those who have maliciously at
tacked Mr. Spreckels In San Fran
cisco. Fortunately, tbcio nro only a fow
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llesldes contributions llko "Tho
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I, do not sco how nny teacher can
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Tho editorlnl "Tho tho Founda
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And, who would know how to get
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(Monthly by Tho New England
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It contains bo much helpful read
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tures, nnd, ns n teacher said to mo
"dear comfortable Friday after
I may say. that this In tho title
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perienced nnd critical co ot Dr.
Winshlp. Many of us would tnko
tho Journal If there was nothing in
it but "Mr. Wlnshlp's Comersatlons."
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indicates. Is issued every two weeks
by tho SundnyjiSchool Union, 25
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forty cents (40c.)' alyefir. Nor must
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Mtcv. E. A. Morton, tho"cdltor, Is
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children's editors in tho courijry.
tno paper Is well printed on good
paper nnd contains most excellent
nnd well selected illustrations. In
deed, they nre u feature, for tho work
of good artists even for very sirnll
thlldicn Is found to bo highly edu
cative, and a taste Is thus created
for good nnd distinctive pictures.
The experiment of printing such
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success, nnd piobubly onvl ono or
two other Juvenile publications ex
ceed this ono In circulation.
llesldes, tho contributed ui tides
nro all paid for. and asLlo from the
(elections In poetry nnd proso 'mado
rrom tho best authors living anil
dead, the periodical has a touo and
Individuality quite marked.
It Is absolutely undenominational.
religious In tho best Bonsc, giving
attention lo passing events of gen
eral Interest, and noting great blrth
dny anniversaries Individual or na
tional, with appropriate sketches and
Beach section of our great conn
tiy Is represented by contributions
of a descriptive or historical chnr
uctcr. Tho attention of tho various reli
gious bodies wns culled to tho valuo
of tho publication for Sunday school
purposes, nnd It was voted nt n gen
eral Conference InBt year that Ev
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ui j wioi prnimM.iM lor ciiiiuren
published in thu United States. Tho
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distribution, thus giving to children
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MULE AND MAN
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B. C M M H M K, IC X X K ii X K W K
I.nhulna, Dec. 8, 1008.
Editor Evening U u 1 1 e 1 1 n, Hono
Dear Sir: On Tuesday Ellen nnd
I were going homo on tho sheet when
wo met a one-eyed man whoso name
I do not know. He had n company or
mules with him and tho milieu dis
liked to go. This mndo tho man oxed
so ho beat the mules. When ho did
this, his mulo friends l.V down nnd
slept on the ground. After their nap
they Btarted to go nnd wo went liunic.
The man enmo trudging along with
his mule companions.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Iliirnhnm hnvo a (lno
now house. .
Tho teachers' mooting was held nt
tho Lnhnlna BChonl last Filday.
Wo were tho Blnglng club nnd we
sang two songs which pleased the
Miss Kauknu spoko very well. Sho
told tho stories about banana plants.
Today Is a sunny lay.
Yours respect fully,
BOY DIYERS INDULGE
IN DANGEROUS PLAY
When the Tcnjo Mnru pulled out
Iroin her moorings nt the ilnckfel I
wharf, nt 9:30 o'clock this morning,
oho carried five bathlng-BUlt-cl.id Ha
waiian boys on tho roof of her 1 1 1 or
most deck. Tho passengers on 'ho
bhlp, nnd tho watchers nil fehore.
watched the Inds with Interoit, won
dering what their ne.t more woi.ld bo.
Suddenly one of HuTlioys gro- a
chuut, n short run, nnd Jumped far out
hesond Iho ship's hldqlnto tho haibor.
Thero was u-trctucndous splash ns ho
hit tho water, tlm distance f'oiu tho
i oof of the deck being bomctliinr over
llfly foot. Ono after the other tl.o re
maining lads followed their loader,
ench recollng a round of chceii as
ho hit tho water.
Even old fcainen along thu w halves
held their breath at the ilarlm; of tho
halt-grown ladb, and. Interested ar the'
wero In the proceedings, they heaved
clglis of relief as tho last hit Iho w itci
and came up In safety.
FEARL HARBOR WORK
(Continued from Pise 1)
Item 1, $4,300,000; items S I, and,
Ii, i!S cents in each case.
American Dredging Company
Item 1, $4,937,312; Items .1, 4, and
r, 28 cents in each case.
Hoogs & llolber Item 1, $l,231,
000; Items 3, 4, and l, 2$ cents in
As will bo noticed, tho bid ot tho
second-lowest bidder. It. A. Perry,
was but little in excess of that of
tho Hawaiian Dredging Company.
Change in Plans
In Just what manner tho work
will bo handled, tho officials ot tho
company here nro unablo to btntc.
From tho slo of tho bid put In it Is
evident that Dillingham made n
change ot plans after teaching Wash
ington. At tho offices this morning,
tho officials weio even unwilling to
hazard n guess ns to tho number ot
men that will bo required to handle
Dillingham Is now arranging for
tho purchaso of tho tools and machi
nery needed in tho worn, nnd it Is
considered likely that nctual dredg
ing will bo commenced Immediately
after, tho now year begins.
Five Dredges at Least
in nn proiianuity, nt least live nig
dredges will bo uscd'In carrying on
the work. Tho exact number Will, of
com so, depend upon tho capacity of
each, hut certain requirements of tho,
(overnment engineers have to be
complied with In connection with the
Tho material mentioned in Items
1 nnd 5 is for tho uso of tho Army lu
filling tho marsh land around Pearl
Harbor to mako it suitable for forti
fication sites. Without tho material
tho Army engineers would encounter
serious difficulties in their woik, so
It Is considered practically a forcgono
conclusion that contractors will bo
required to ennscrvo tho dredged ma
terial In accordance.,. with tho specifi
cations. Tho contract pi Ice for tho nctual
dredging, $.'1,5GO,000, will theioforo
ho Increased to $4,109,000, tho oxtia
$fj 19,000 being for, the conserving
and delivery of 3,01,0,000 cubic yards
of diedged rantcilal at 10 cents per
Ocorgo Donlsou, who accompanied
Dillingham to Washington, Inspected
thu dredging work now under wny
for tho Florida East Coast Railway
Company, along tho Key West lino.
Tho conditions there nro bald to bo
similar to thoso existing here, and
Iho difficulties which havo been on
countered hero havo been much tho
bnmo as thoso that will huvo to bo
ovcrcomo in tho dredging of Pearl
Do not speculato In 'Prospects" or
"Wild cats." invest In a teal live
iroven gold mine. Kuy "Mayllowor"
stock! Hut it now'
Bulletin .Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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Ladies' Fine Laos Hoc in Black 35c PAIR
Lisle Hose, Silk Stitched '.COcPAllt
Lisle Hose, Fancy 05c PAIR
Pure Silk Hose $2.00PAIR
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' OPEN EVENINGS.
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it's a Good Sign
U it's painted by
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