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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. If., TUESDAY, DEC 22, 1908.
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u iuuK jiicct, nujujuiu. iemiory of Hawaii,
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF
in the Territory of Hawaii.
HPaOkl f Editorial
?J ( LJuslneij
POLICE OJJ GUARD!,
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Tbo H it 1 1 c 1 1 n cordially rccom-
mends that tbc people In cnirgo of
the police station birrlcado that
, ,, . -j. . i . '
stronghold and prepare lit repel nn
At the present rate of pnugrcs, tho
burglars will be finished with tho
ri m Iti luts ilntu niwl rie?1 V III AlilnP
the headquarters of tbo 'Keepers of
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I HIT JllTiJlt-in Ul III,- i;..ltu iw dvv if 11 at V
they can find thew. i
Honolulu pollco Incompetence and'
Inability to deal 'with tho situation
has reached the cnd,of tb limit and
cone oer tho edne. '
gone ocr tho edce.
While burglaries aro of nightly nc
currence, tho Sheriff litforms
He In :u nice, lady-Ill;
druukennLSit has boon reduced Ilfty
Isn't tb. t glorbnis'
WHENCE COME THESE ORGANIO
; cioing their utmost to refer lncorrcct-
What aro all thco amendments to ly to or perhaps using the least
the Organic Act which our Governor amount of brain nbro to learn tho
Is presenting for tho action of Con-'correct status of these Islands,
gross? I lly the mall arriving today, the re-
Hao all theso changes Iwen dh- port of tho Comptroller or the Cur
cussed by tho ptwplo of i tho Islands, ;cncy Is shown to bo among thoso of
ond have the conclusions o't'the Gov- flclal documents that glvo Hawaii tho
ernor received tho mature consldera- Kind or advertising It does not de
tlon and endorsement of the citizens serve.
Involved? - - - - All through 'tho tabular statistics
What Is bplng DONE to Hawaii in .of this report wo rind Hawaii btmched
. Washington? with Porto Itlco and tho result total-
WHO ASKED ror an amendment of cd under tho beading ot "Total Isl
tho Organic Act? (and Possessions."
Is thero any other source rromi In tho saino report tho Door old
which demands have come, than
tho fertile and admittedly urilliatu
mind of our Governor?
Is It not right nnd proper that tho
PEOPLE of Hawaii should KNOW
SOMETIIINO of what Is to bo dono
to them, and, knowing It. bo allowed
a word In their own bejialf? our reelings, whon ho enters Into a
Aro thoro to bo no expiesslous rrom general discussion of financial condi
tio pcoplo on this matter of lands, i tlons In tbo "Island possessions." A
rauroau uonus, or even ino unorco
The Uu I latin has no alisolula
charge to mako that tho recommen
datlons which the Governor Is urging j
In Washington nie not tho I1EST that
can happen to tho Territory of Ha-(
wall. It may bo a MISFORTUNE,
that tho whole (lovornors program
cannot bo rushed through at this sen
filon. Hut, really, should not tho pcoplo
of Hawaii know something about It?
Should they not be consulted?
Does Washington Intend to. amend
our Oiganlc Act for us on tho saj-so
of honorable citizens and ofDcJaJs now
In Washington, without ' 6no word
from tho rtst of us. tbo common citi
zens of tho .Territory, tho hol-pollol
who presume that, wo aro capablo of
siir-govcrnmcnt and of, at least, say
ing what wo should llko?
What sort ot a combination Is this
anyway, that is operating to swap
publlc-bulldlng sites and vnrlouS oth
er tilings, and play flip-flop with tha
Aro wo neltlier( a possession nor a
Territory? Arp wo n duljlmis de
pendency ruled by a Viceroy, or sov
eral ot them, or whoever happens to
be in Washington riding hobbles?
THB MAYORALTY CONTEST.
Thanks to a brilliant judgq who
discovered a point tor tlnai, the Dem
ocrats have succeeded In scouring a
decision from tho Supremo Court o(
tbo Torrltoiy which7 will provent a
recount of tho vote for Mayor of this
Tho Democrats nro to bo congratu
lated In their good foitune. It would
have been much bettor tor all con
cerned ir tho points oilgfiully In dis
pute could have been carried to a
conclusive dcchlon on their merits,
and tho ballot recounted.
y Tho error ot tho Iti publicans was
',ln bustling through an nleclldn con-
J Wtost at the last minute and In such a
If hasty manner that thoy wero neither
i'"' f well proparod nor particularly suro
JJ jj'ot their ground.
-. it IB a grcai' misionuno uiai inc.
? ' decision qt tho Court booms to shut
off all possibility fff-thoTpcoplo ifnow
i.'lng whether tha iiiegularltlos chnrg-i
I tfBdtfrattrjtoJ.'and iybetUqSla;-oper'
was counted In by Improper mothods
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DECEMBER 22. 1908
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Willie wo may havo Itenubllcnn
's,nors 'd Democra,tlc Mavors, It la
" G'or'"us satisfaction to know that
Wo nave at all times a noii-polltlcal
. Suiircino Court.
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, lliTrili pnooDossinM in itu
nan All njaanSalUfl AliAM.
I A,rc ,V' Il!wa' IMands n "pos.
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Vheic are tho
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As If tho
i , ., yKro "ot HUiIlcIcutl Ignorant
I "f "'o fait that tho Congress created
ami established HAWAII A Tmtlll.
rn the nub-, J?'" J1'?,1 L UN,T,:,) STATBS 0N
e Mlco that ""?,!"; UASIS As T,IK TimiH
reduced Ilfty T0,u,:s ot THE MAINLAND, tho
(Koiernmcniai ilepartmcnls arc re
peatedly and continuously putting
im icrriiory in the list or nosses
slons." Tbo roslodlco Denartnicnt seeniR tn
. hae gono tbo others soveral points
bettor, but all tho Dcartmnnii nrn
unorganised district of Alaska' Is In-
eluded as'ouo of tbo Pacific States,
it is n shamo to hit n cripple, but
Alaska has no right there.
Tho Comptroller of tho Currency
' probably reaches tbo limit In inbsrcp.
I resenting Hawaii besides hbrtlnir
i siaris oit under this heading with
Nnuanu A-enue ...$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
$zbou and $1800.
COR. FORT AND MER0HANT, STS.
College Hills Homes
Host of mountain if ml m.irtno
views. House has I bed
rooms; largo Iannis;. modern
enamel plumbing; gis nnd
electric lights: servants' quar
tern; laundry; -largo grounds
with shrubs nnd trees.
Kino marine view; 3 bed
rooms; largo lunula; modern
plumbing; electric lights;
bain; servants' quarters; lot
Sjwfi UmA LoM
. . .
tho Plilllpplncs, follows with Porto
Itlco, nnd winds up with Hawaii.
Tlils'may appeal to tbo' Depart
ments in Washington as a very small
matter ror Hawaii to cvcllo llteit
over. Hawaii docs not think so nnd
there Is no reason why It should. '
in seaton and out ot season this
Territory should demand nnd securo
ror Itself recognition and position as
a TEIllllTOItY n distinguished rrom
a possession. Hawaii never has been
on tho "possession" basis and, If tbo
people hero can help It, never will bo.
Every effort should bo mado by our
people, nnd they should be assisted
by tho Intelligent members ot tho
Federal Departments In Washington,
to form tho mainland habit ot putting
Hawaii tn tho Territorial told.
Mninlandcrs now have tho "posses
sion" habit. Whether It is tho result
ot Ignorance, Indifference, or natural
fool folly makes llttlo difference tn
Let them form Ihts-Torrltorlnl hnb-
It ror Hawaii nnd then wo will not
stop to nrguo whether they think ot
Hawaii In that way trom Ignorance,
Indifference, folly, or superior Intelli
gence and knowledge ot their Own
WANT OWN HOME
Tho Hawaiian benefit societies aro
seeking for pormanont homes where
thoy can hold meetings and conduct
their business. Thin matter Is being
considered seriously by tho offlccrs of
tho societies. Tho proposition of pur
chasing "tho old Queen Emma home
stond, corner of Ilcrctanla and Nuuanu
ttroetB. Is attracting tbo attention of
tho members of different huls, such as
tho Kaiilkoaoull II11I Olwl and tho Ka
At present, practically all tho Ha
waiian huls aro renting moms In dlf
fcrent buildings. Tho Kaulkcaoiill Is
quartered In a stono building on Nuu
unti street belonging to W. 0. Irwin &
Company. Tho Knmchamclm and th!
Uul Olwl societies havo rooms in the
Odd Fellows bulldtos on Fort Btrecti
Sometimes tho latter hul meets In the
Tho olhcers havo decided that land
tdiould bo acquired and homes built
en It. As koon as money bccomei
avallablo to purcbaso tho Queen Kinmi
lomcstead, negotiations will bo en
tered Into for tho purc:iaso of tho lot.
Tho lot Is historic, having been tho
homo of thojato Queen Emma, wliero
distinguished foreigners wero received
and entertained royally. Quern Em
ma's numo Is precious In tho memory
or tho kamaalnas and on acro.int or
thavery tact, tho Hawaiian societies
decided that tho lot should bg pur
chased nnd reserved, not only for thcli
use, but tor that of Jturo ger.oratlnii3.
It Is expected that definite stops will
bo tnken In tho early part of tho year
John K. Nakookoo, prcsldot t nf tbo
Kaulkcgmill society, stated today that
tho matter "of pur-lmslng tbo Queen
Emma lot had been dlsciibsei, but no
conclusion bus been rcacht d.
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR PURSES
r Lewers & Cooke Building,
OPEN EVENINGS TtNTIL CHRISTMAS
One-alf Acre of Floor Spaoe Devoted to Furniture ?
"The American Ilaltleshlp Fleet
will nover bo sopnrated," was tbo
statement nlndo by Former Secretary
of tbo Navy Victor 11. Metcnlf, who
reached Oakland rrom Washington,
nccbmpanle'd"by Mrs MctcalL Tho
rormcr Cabinet officer paused hlgnln
cnntly nftef' tho remark. Speaking
of 'the diplomatic offect of tiro vojngo
or tho Flpcy from tho Atlantic to tho
Pacific ocea'n, Mctcalt said:
"Abldo from tbo great value of tho
cruise trom n practical standpoint,
thp inlvnntageB gained diplomatically
aro Inestfmablo. Tho.piescnco ot tbo
Fleet In South American nnd Austra
lian waters did more to bring tha
United States and tho countries vis
ited Into diplomatic accord thiiH a
hundred )ars ot diplomacy. After
being royally welcomed by t,io South
American 'republics, Australia outdid
jtsolfdB tbojmatter ot generous treat
ment. Subsequently tho Japancsa
distinguished themselves by their
hospltnllty'nnd courtesy, doing much
to remove any feeling that tho pub
lic might havo In either country and
bringing the two nations Into greater
unison than they had been for many
months pnt." Chronicle.
The largest niTr'.iainl"m tom In Ml
tho Wlllamilln Valley la tli.it of Jarries
CrulK. In Hllverton, OrrRnn And Mr.
Crale Is not only u Mr merchant, hn Is n
philanthropist a well. I to takes n genu
ine Intereat In tho volfro of Ills nelclf
liors. hi this teller will nliow:
Oince of James Craig. (l:erat Kcr
chnndlse. Kllvertnn. Or. Oct. Is, 1905.
J.S'O. J. rUIrON CO tlentlemen: I
would like you tn send m rt nuurli ot
your pamphelts. I can send lots of cus
tomers to our local ilrUKKlat. nn I nm n
slnirnr believer In your euro for DrlKhf
DIhcbko, duo to the followlnt,-: Tho loonl
physlclina cavo a jouiik liuiy up as. In
curable. Her father brouxht a pamphlet
of )ouraht mo. for my udvlce. 1 found
I knew two of thoae whose name were
Blen. vls'r Kx.U. S. Bub-Trenaurer
Hpauldlnc nnd Pr. Zello. I wroto Spuulit
Ine. HIh repty was so satlsfuotory that
tho youiur lady's father ordered six
bottles. Iteforo she had finished tnO sh4
wiim nut ilPlvlnH. and to-duy la leiicllltiK
school In Arltona. hearty nnd well. I
have done lots of talking for yoiilhls
past fouf ream, nnd u Rood many of my
cuatomeiN uho. have .titn ,nilcted nre
well. The miaou that I am WrltlhR IhlH
la Hint another one wants tn start taktnR
tun Coninpuml and wants to reud up on
Did ynti ever bear of anything elan In
all the world that was so crfncllvo that
buslnem nitn vvmild go umouir their
nelRhhnrs and urge them to take It?
Wo Bolnnmly declare to ou that
IlrlRht's iJlaeasp and Diabetes ure now
curable In about 87 per cent of nil c.iaes
by Fulton's Oompounds. bend for free
booklet t Jno J. Fulton Co, Coin Ran
Pablo avenue, Oakland, Cil , or to Hono
lulu Drug Co,. Fort St. 33
Bulletin Business Office, Plione 1250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Fhone 185.
Ji JiU&ib, '..i.. JUa.. au. .. m"&U.,.
Roll top,Ftet top,atid Bookkeeper's-
new Stock just arrived.
Roll top Desks up to six feet
in length. Prices the lowest
ONE 18 ILLEGAL. t
"What is tbo dlfferenco between
making mouoy and earning moiicy?'
asked tho )outb.
"SomollmcH tho dlffcrenco Is n trli
to tho penitentiary for counterfeiting,
unBVvered tho homegrown philosopher
MIGHT HAVE MI88ED THE LAST
"I sbpposu cm hnvo read Shako
spcaro's works?" said tho oung man
, from tho East.
I "Yes, all of them," replied Miss .Fit
ot St. Units, "that Is, unless ho has
written something .within tho past
ANOTHER. POINT OF VIEW.
"Sweet nro tho uses ot adversity,"
remarked tho party with tho quotation
"It Isn't Its iiho I objoct to," ro
Joined tho tussy person; "It Is Its
Inter-Island and O. R. & L. shipping
Looks ror sale at tho B u 1 1 0 t'l n
office, BO each.
Bulletin Business Office fhone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
These and other HOLIDAY GOODS at
Thrum's Book Store
A FINE LINE OF
Book Cases and Filing
. loose-leaf devices
Office. Supply Co.,Ud
031 FORT ST.
The finest rooms, cuisine, and,ser.
vice in the Territory. St Clair Bid.
good, Manager, , ' '
" -tlrkt1rytotl'iifrjL. .
W- i '' UW
'We -beg to call attention to "our
Large New Stock of
Cups and Saucers
These good were 'selected with great care and com
prise the very best in the art of China Decoration.
Sold singly or by the dozen!. '
H. F. WiCHMAN & CO., Ltd.,
Leading Jewelers ,
This is a big bright busy store never sleeping but always for
ward marching. .
Never before have wc made such a handsome display of
Enameled Iron Beds
AS WE ARE SHOWING AT PRESENT.
Every one is far removed from the commonplace. The
designs are different; the values are different, and our service is
different than ypu will find in the ordinary store.
To show"ybu how different and better-our values are, wo ask
that you take note of' the following' prices:
It has large pillars, bent
bent and straight filling rods.
is enameled in white, blue, or
Coyne Furniture Co,, Ltd.
top tubes, brass spindles and both
Tho height of head is SfCgin., and
t li !
JajiXfcui. a.-l,w... lii'fe,