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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLOLU, T. It.. TlimStMY, JAN. 14, 1(109.
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J9AI1Y and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISmNO CO LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii
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Wallace R. Parrlngton, - - Editor
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Entered l Hie PoitofTcc At Honolulu
. m stcoml clM miller.
Mil tile good news from Mr llnld
m Ill's bedside continue without a wa-
One thnupand Americans added I)
tlio !u In t Ion of thin Isl mil li im
ollier of the Incidents asMiilug the
pi ogress of Honolulu
Mr St Ooir Is one of tlio men who
tins nlMi)8 boostid fur Hawaii. And
liu ono has ever lot "v Joining In
Undoubted!) p.irl Ic ipatlim In poli
tic. Is nt the bottom of Judge Kc
poll.nl s undoing Other judges
should iroflt In his experience.
Honolulu s iioultry fanciers are Im
proving their dlnplajs each c.ir, and
many n mainland town mny llnd
much here Hint marks our town ns
h) should there- he nil) secrcc
iibout I mil's attorney? Is this n repe
tition of the Isol note, that wan only
ii llnnnclnl transaction nflcr It was
THE FARMERS' BANK.
A fnrmcr's bunk Is one of the nc
ussltlcs of the future which will be
one of thu most powerful agents foi
helping Hawaii grow and nt the sm.ic
tlnio return ample profit for the use
of the capital Involved.
Theio Is over) reason wh) the men
of large means In this Territory or .1
banU of piogrcsslvo spirit should
nial.e a business of loaning money to
the small ngrlcultiirnllst on his crops
li much the same manner that monc)
li now or has been advanced in largo
amounts on the sugar crop of the Isl
nnds Development of llnnncc along
this practical lino Is certain to bring
returns .1 thousand-fold nnd help to
create a progressive and piospcrous
'I ho principle Is not new. The ap
plication Is new to these Islands,
where cvonthlng has been centered
In one 1 ml list rj
If the ro Is 11 surplus of funds In
tho Terrltor sicking Investment, it
bhould be us.d to promote fuither
inogress liullil up Hawaii Tho new
Industries should be recognized Tho
pioneer or tho old-time haul workor
nnd honest man In every lino should
find that men of me ins. Institutions
with mono), nro willing to Invest 11
mimll sum with him, ngnlnsl which
he will put the foundation of every
t-ucccss brnlni, honest), and haul
Tho agricultural hank, adapted to
nsslst tho small cultlvntor. Is ono of
tho ccit.iliitlcs of tho future In Ha
vail. Tho sooner It comes tho more
quickly shall wo create tho desired
American community developing
along tho traditional American lines.
AGITATORS HAVE PASSED THE
Tiiere Is n limit be) nnd which no
ngttntlon should bo allowed to go.
Certain Japanese residents of this
(It) have passed this limit In their
effort to arouse laborers to deeds of
10lcnco In demanding something
which thoy don't want.
It Is time for the pollco authorities
to take offlclnl cognizance of the ut
k fauces in ide
It Is time for tho people to demand
that this Tonltory and Its business
uliall not bo conducted under tho di
rection of persons who nro drcssed
up thugs, and provo to bo of tho t)po
that Is a Berlims menaco to tho peace
of any cnmmunltv
Tho so-called high-wage agltatlqn
litis not conio f 10m the plantation la
borers. It was Invented ami Is being
promoted In the oukes of uttuln Ho
More general contentment has nev
er prevailed among tho woikmuii of
tho sugar plantations than nt the
jircbent time Tho wages received
"aro higher than over bofoie On
nearly overy plantation the plan of
co-operatlvo tabor is In vogue In
roiiHenuonrn of thin the irctlic, Intel
ligent workers nro making good
wages nnd share 'with all others In
the advancing n!e of sugar prices
Only the mbro iildolout recelvo the
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JANUARY -14, 1909
lowest wage bo frequently quoted b)
Ith such actual conditions pre
vailing, tho lenders of the present
agitation nro perpetrating nn out
rage on this community and upon the
respectable people of their own na
tionality when they prckecil ns the)
lire now piiKecUiug In violation ol
cvci) tenet of decent discussion and
law-nhl.lltig citizenship The sug
gestlcnr. of violence with which the
minds of Ignorant persons are pois
oned arc Ilkcl) to lead to the most
serious results A continuation of
the present campaign should not be
tolerated. The firebrands must bo
biought to n speedy recognition of
the fact that American llhert) docs
not and will not bo allowed to mean
a license to preach tho doctrine of
revenge by physical attack.
It Is unfortunatel) true that the
section of the American press from
which tho Japanese take their cuo
has conducted itself In a mnnnci (hat
might well lead thoughtless nllens to
Infer Hint the) could sn) an) thing
and still be within the limits of tho
criminal example set h) persons
whom they regard as their friends.
Whatever the sotirco from which
tho agitators have gained their out-
llno of "limits of procedure," they
have gone ho)ond the lino and should
bo brought to account.
RESIGNATION OF KEPOIKAI
(Continued from Page 1)
worth, the compromise cnndldato of
Wnlluku Itcpuhllc.ins, and elect his
relative, T II L)ous, a Democrat, to
tho Hoard of Supervisors. This
aroused much bitter feeling on nil
sides and alienated many who ha J
been consistent supporters nnd de
fenders of tho Judge.
It Is generally assumed that Judge
Seldon II Kingsbury will be appoint
ed ns soon ns Judge Kcpoikai's resig
nation Is presented and the way Is
opened for his successor
Nuuanu Valley $25.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street $25.00
Nuuanu Street . $50.00
School Street $40.00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
Nuuanu Valley, 1 1-4 quarter
Manoa Valley Building Lots $1000
Also lots at Puunui and Kaimuki.
Beach property at Kaalawai.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
a quick, easy means of reaching
steamers four days from port.
RATES ate LOW.
$32.fi0 On Young Btrcct
ne 11 I'.iwan l.nuc; com
pletely furnished; 2 bed.
looms; electric lights,
gas; large yard; sonants
quarters; nrtcslau water.
$35.00 On Ilcrclatita St.
near l'likol St ; 3 bed
looms; electric lights;
gns; good pi 1110; linen;
sen nuts quarters and
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
TO FINAL REST
W.L.Bromley Was Leader
In Days of Old
Tho funeral of Washington Lafay
ette llromlcy, who was a California
pioneer of the dn)s of fort) -nine, was
held at 10 o'clock this morning fiom
tho resldcnco of his son, W. II. Ilrom
le, on Annpunl street.
Mr llromlcy was eight) -four )cars
of ago but kept active up to within n
few dn)s of his end Ho has soon
and been n part of the exciting hls-
torj of San franclsco, being ono of
the leaders for law nnd order In the
early dns, having served ns secretary
of the Inner clrclo of vigilantes who
cleared tho city of thugs and bad
men, He wns also a leader In tho
famous llnltlmore lire company ,f
old San I'rnnclsco Ho was engaged
In mining and won nnd loet mora
than ono fortune, ictninlng enough,
hew over, to sco him through his Inter
Mr. llromle) camo to Honolulu soon
after tho San I'rnnclsco fire nnd has
lived with his son over since Ho
wns greatly beloved by trio neighbors
who camo to know him nnd admired
his good nature and tho polished nun
ners of the old-time gentleman.
Hov. Mr. Osborno conducted tho
slmplo funeral service held this morn
lng nt tho house. Norman Wntkins,
tlnrr) Wootcn, nnd J. M Little wero
among the neighbors nnd friends
who boro tho remains to tho cc me
ter) wheio tho bod) will bo cremated
nnd tho nshes sent to San I'raucUco
for flnnl Interment.
(Continued from Ppjtc .
next summer's travel In which I bo
llcvu wovaro also going to bo success
Within tho past month, wo have had
an unusually largo luqulr) for cottages
nnd rooms, with and without hoard.
While, wo havo quite a complete list of
tho boarding houses throughout tho
city, It would provo of assistance If
those of our citizens having furnished
cottages or 100ms to let would send In
word to the Commltleo In ouler that
tiio Information ma) bo filed for futuro
Among oilier lettcis received by tho
last mall was ono from Mr. John 1),
Trcnoi, agent of the Tcriltnrl.il Hoard
of Immigration In Now York City, In
which ho glvos the address of a party
In South Carolina, who, in Mr. Trejior's
opinion, apparently belongs to tho
"small farmer" class. At Mr. TrenoiJi
request, wo will endenvor to keep his
correspondent In touch vvlth conditions
By tho snmo mall, wo iccelved n loi
ter fimn n miner In Alaska, sa)lng that
ho had 1 1000 00 to invest and wns
about convinced that Hawaii was the
plnco fm lilm. Wo hono that tho nddl-
IDEAL SLEEPING GARMENTS
Made of Flannelette. Arcs 1 to 8.
Pi ice 05c,
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m. tf ,? vpicVWw ffliA3i vNwW-,'ifi'' 1
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OUR STRENUOUS PRESIDENT ON HORSEBACK
A ABIIlNUlON I (.' . Jim 1! Todii) tho l'leildent 101I0 nlnel)
clghl miles 1 oil 'houi bark In seventeen bonis to prove the Justice of tho
older l entitling 11 hard ildlng test foi
tlonal Infornintlon sMit In unswer tu
his ItiqiilrlcH 11111) prfivo effective
The following Icltei Is iiloim tho
Eatno lines. '
"Illchmond, VaTDec 28th, l'JCS
"Dear Sir Wo hhvo about conclud
ed to go to )oitr clt and take up our
IcriiiuiiLiit tcsldchce theio . Havo 11
cash cnpltal of $300p besides 11 tegular
Income of S1200, fThe cash wo sbotild
piit Into n homo wioiild tho S1200 i,lvo
us a fair living? l'lcaso semi nil In
formation poHslblo as to cllnnlo, cost
of living, etc "
There should bo 'no dlflloult) in w
curing this man as a peimnneiil clt
.Mr W II Michael, Amcileaii fun
sill Ocncrnl at I'alcnlla vvillis iimli'i
italo of November 2lth as follows
"I beg to acknowledge receipt of n
copy of the last edition of the mi)
"Tho Cross Honda of tho I'.iclllc" and
to (hank 3011 foi It. It Is a lmppy con
ception as well as a finely executed
pleco of work I could use time nddl
tlonal copies The Promotion Commit
tee Is doing splendid work In ndvcitls
lng Hawaii and attracting attention to
tho lcsources and beauties of tho is
Mr. Jacob 13. Conner, American Con
bill nt Saigon, Chlnn, writes imdci date
of Novembei 9th In pint as follows.
"Your map "The Cioss ltoads of tho
Pacific' has 11 piomlncut place on Iho
wall of ni) ofllce. Tho next edition
will. I hone, havo S-ilgon on It. Sonic
Saigon people iccinll) lcturued fiom
Kurnpo via Hawaii mil speak of oui
clt)'s bo:iht In tho highest terms and
I was please il to lin iiVc to corroborate
all (hoy hild Hist wlslics for the sue.
cess of )oui Committee"
The Director of tho l'hlludolpjil 1
Museums wrllo us for an exhibit from
tho iBlnnds They will build tho ncc
essilry cuius nnd glvo tho nccessiiy
tpilco wllhout cost As n basis for an
exhibit, the) alread) havo tho pIlOtf
graphs, ooloi ed drawings mid sketches
e1!spln)cd by aw all lit tho Paris Ex
position A lad) n siding nt New Castlo, P01111
F)h.mla writes nsklng for Infonnatlou
to bo used by her In an addicsi on
Hawaii In bo given befoio a pionilnent
Woiiiim's Club of Hint City.
I'lnnk Chirk wiltcs that ho will be
unable to extend tho stay of Iho
Arable In pent ns icquosted b) us Mi
Clirk concludes his Uttoi as follows
"Host nssiiiCil, I shall do en ei) thing
In ni) powci nt nil times to promote
tiavel 10 vimr dellgtful Islands"
The 'Southern Tiult (Jiowci " pub
llhhcd at Chaltnnoogn, Teniiebseo
wilt en for certain cuts appealing In
our pamphlet "Agilcillturo In Hawaii,"
for uso ltf n special article- on tho Is
1 iiiiIk bluntly In iippeir In that inpci
A letter Just iccelved fiom Miss
Tower Is In part ns follows
"Under rop-irate cover I am sending
011 u cop) of tho Jiuiu.uy number of
ae -n leu i
- ., 1 i.tf
Army offlcers. Ho used up
Pnclflc Monthly containing my stor)
on Child l.lto In Hawaii which Is II
liiKtialed mostly by some of the pic
Mtrcs which our Committee was kind
enough to furnish me, though three of
tho lilctuies weio taken b) m)self
Willi tho oiceptlon or tho mlspelllns
of ukulele, which was my fault, as I
depended em tho word of a worn in who
lived In Hawaii Instead id looking It
up, I think the story has ooino out In
"I think ou have seen the two
iiloiles puhllKlicd rcceiill) In the l.o-e
Fioits.iudoiicontlie'Volc mint rip hmiflt
Aiigelen Times, one on Hawaii in vvatei
sports ami one on tin volcano Hip
Auothei on tho tinplc il prWon of Oihu
will sbortl) be publMieil ono on Iho
food festivals of Hawaii Is also ecuulii
oi) loon and aunlher will uppc u In
(.nod Housekeeping on the I'iiiIIh and
Vegetable s of lliivvnli I hive llnlshcd
the first of a mules of six stoilcs cm a
dip to Hawaii which mo lo be pub
llshed In The Sleim. a new magazine
thoitly to be published "
I'rnncls Douohuo, a Inboier, who
peislstcd in ringing tho doorbell of
Mn) or McClollau of New York In nil
attempt to kee him, wns ancstcd for
iluordcil) ((induct He said he want
ed to defend the Ma) or against plot
Wc Bep to Call Attention to
Our large New Stock
Cups & Saucers
These Roods were selected
with great care and comprise
the very best in the art of
Sold singly or by the dozen.
ALOoiKH. n pt'ii ri nt
ling tlic Sioraacfis nndlJowdsof
Promoles DfeesllonCIitf rftil
Opium Morphine nor JlmcraL
K nni-f. yri Home Ar few Prntfai
Itmt CnimClAmirli HlinHlOfl
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Worms .Coirvulsioiis.l cvTruir
Exact Copy of Wrapper
1 IB ""il
Jl2f?Jai EuaMntccclunckrlUrCTm, fflpji n4 I KM MnpJ&
For This Cold Weatlier
ine Woolen Blankets, white and colored
Sheets, Bedspreads and Pillow' Cases
1 SHOE I
1 hLioLiiJ JO I
TO HAKE ROOM TOR NEW GOODS.
Not REGALS, hut other good makes.
1LEN AND WOMEN'S OXFORDS
AND LACE BOOTS.
All the Latest Stylci in Black nnd Tan. $3 00 Shoc3
nt ?2.50; $2.50 Shoes at 2.00; $2 00 Shoes nt ?1 50.
LADIES AND MISSES' WHITE CANVAS TIES.
ncgular, $3 00, selling at $2 50; $2 50 tics at $2 00.
Regular $2 00, selling at $1.50; $1.50 tics at $1.00.
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
$2.50 Shoes at $200; $2.00 Shoes nt $1 f9, $1.50
Shoes at $1.00.
1 'MEN'S HOUSE CLIPPERS.
Some GO Pain, left over fiom Christmas, selling tit
$1.25 per pair. The regular price u $2 50.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
i viKjnuuxA,aa uuuimreu, KJWit Alii) UUlllLL, bio.
R. GEO. ORDWAY has full charge of
our UDhoIsierinil Deoartmeni. Te!e
phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to
your home and give you estimates of the
cost of the work you want done. AH
work done by Mr. Ordway is of the very
COYNE FUJGOTTURE CO., LTD.
:e ricHur kind
si rm to $a 25
Rl W TO $2 25 A PAIR.
Blora's, rrt st.
& CO., Ltd.,
KING nnd BETHEL STS.
Vnilous Kinds of riouering Bulbs
THE TLORIEST. H0TLL YOUNG Bid
4 M i i ""s
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