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evening uui.i'BvriK, Honolulu, t. h., Monday, jan. 2r,f 100.
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8AHY ind WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LID.
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Call; every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday ot each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
VVaftuco R. Farrlnton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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CIBCULATION LABQEST OP ANY NEWPAPEB PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
ry I Editorial Rooms, - 185
iei'lBusincss Office, - 256
Entered ( tlic Pcwtoflice at llritolulu
urcotnl t'lam milter
"Ho that governs well li-nilH tho
blind; but be tbut tem hen KlVi'X llllll
Now tbut the ntneiulmentH to this
Organic Act lme been tliiirouglily
ulreil, tlio queutlon Ih Should tlio bill
to uuteiul p.un?
Measures Tor taxation must be con
sidered If the Terrlturv In imsuinlng
the rosuoiiBlullltlcK of expansion Amis
1th expenses Increasing.
It n)pearn that the Kedernl Crawl!
Jury did not caru enough about It (
(ominetit on "Who wan Io1'b ntlor
ney during Fleet-week ".
Kvidentlrthe IVderal (Iriind Jmy
la quite welt mitlidlcd that the I'nlled
Stntea )lHtriU Court Is not dealing
with cases licttei left to the Police
The number of in w people, con
utnutly euiountered In lnciensilig
numbers Is further evidence that Ho
nolulu I not onlv bound to grow. It
Iiub already begun.
How about the Federul itpproprl.i
tlons In which Hawaii Is Intereati-il
Don't let these get lost In the Hhuflle
while tho people are arguing on
amendments to laws
City fathers aro resting easy dur
ing tho lull when the people havo lost
Interest In their doings and watt for
the courts to decide tho measure of
governmental Intelligence, that has
been displayed up to data.
The biggest asset Honolulu can add
to Its financial prosperity Is cllc loy
alty. Tho mibkl-i. the vvlilncr.
tho culprit has never added to the
welfare of any community, except
possibly to' furnish an example of
what Is not wanted.
California has no fear of Japan or
'tho Japanese so far as making them
angry Is concerned. That State Is
no longer on the border-lino and
Bomo of Its citizens arc bo short-sighted
that they would iet about to stir
up a first-class hubbub on tlio nssunip
tlon that It might bring the big Klcet
Citizens must understand that when
', Oahu becomes the naval and inllllun
stronghold tho Federal Uovcrnmcnt
l intends, tlio responsibilities of the
citizens resident hero will not cense
ITho people of tho Territory must fur-
nlsh their sharo of tho citizen bol-
dlery and pay their sharo of the bui-
den of exponse.
l.i a UJ
Honolulu Bhould turn out IHjJroveB
for tho games with tho All-Amerlcnn
baseball players. And Incidentally
forget to comment on whether the
'ignmo Is being given awny by the vis-
V. Jtors. The public ten nlwavs depend
;Jntt that the Horn i.lu boys wil." play
for nil they are worth and should bo
given the strongest possible support.
Lot us not forget that tho Callfor-
nla canneis havo joined tho' Cuban
planters and 1'ederal rellnery inter
ests for n i eduction of the tariff on
'sugar. They nio not llkelv to succeed
' but It is not Hawaii's business tu In
i dulgo In exceptions to tho principle
'of protection as applied to tlio shlp
jilng Industry and thus glvo enemies
Kof, the Island Industry a hnndlo to
It Is obvious that muuy measures
of'economy must bo curried out by
Jthe coming Legislature If the Terrl
ltr' js to live within its Income. It
fisTth'e'refore Impossible to ciitlclse tlio
scheme of economy proposed for one
(department until tho gcneial llnnn
'clul program of the Governor Is out
lined. Tho tentative plans of tho Ad
ministration should bo given out -vcV
'in advance in order that tin people
imay havo nn opportunity to Me up
jtho situation and draw fair com lu
iions. If tho policy-outllners lav
their plans In secret and then oxpeu
tho leglslutois to do us they nro told
f-well. wo all know how mild 'and
lamblike tho average legislator Ik
l Capt. James A Moss, 24tltUnf.,
'"lias Just gotten out now "ticklers"
with refuienco caids pur tho 1008
JANUARY 25, 1900
Army Regulations. These "tick
lers," which hau been adopted
by tlio Quartermaster's Depart
ment, are a tard-sstem dcvlco
making forgetting impossible,
nliil the) nre Intended to be used
b) adjutants, organization com
manders and quartermasters pri
marily In the rendition of re
ports returns, estimates, and req
uisitions. News Item,
(real Is Capt James A. Moss. Tho
trim who lins Invented n devlco "mak
ing forgetting luiKisslble" deserves it
fdi liilie .mil a monument to his mem
oiv TENEMENT LAWS NEEDED.
The adverse decision of tho Su
premo Court on the County ordinance
for the regulation of tenement houses
In not unexpected. It Is, however,
timely on account of tlio proximity
of the Legislature mid the necessity
for the enactment of a law that will
It should bo possible for a law to
be framed that will piotect tho resi
dential districts from tho cheap lodg-Irp-house
of Ill-repute and at the
same time give nllc)tjzeus and resi
dents their Vonstllu'ttdnm rights. The
protection should go further.
No tenement-house taw passed for
the benefit of ttiU Territory will be
complete unli'Hs It Include or Is sup
plemented by a mcasurd that will
mako the tenements- of (ho city live
able. The Influence of surroundings
Is well recognized. A disreputably
built houso will engender u dlsrepu
tabfe population. The cheap lodging
liouto should not be svnnnymous with
nu undesirable population. And it
will not bo if the Territory requires
that every tenement house erected
shall havo ample. light and air space,
and bo reputably constructed.
Honolulu needs a tenement-house
construction law as much iib It needs
n law for tlio protection of the rest
ilentlal districts As this Is a grow
ing city, there Is no time llku the
A very attractive cottage near the
car line, at a bargain for the next
Building lot, Manoa Road; 36,000
sq. ft., price siuuu.
Building lot on East Manoa Boad,
corner Hillside Ave.; 17,500 sq. ft.,
price $1000. .
K A I M U K I
House and lot on Cocoa Avenue;
lot 19,000 so. ft., corner lot, and
modern house, pnee $3500.
Eight lots, cleared and fenced, cor.
Eighth and Mauna Loa Avenues,
House and lot, cor. Seventh and
Mauna Loa, 60,000 sq. ft., improved,
modern cottage, new, price $3100.
Modern cottage, small lot, price
K A L I H I
Gulick Ave., modern cottage, lot
100x100, Price ?2100.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS,
on arriving and departing
steamers appreciate your sen
Buy A Home
2 beilroom, 5 room Iioukc; eloc
trie llglitu; modern porcelain
plumblnc; beautiful inarlno ami
mountain views; artoalnn water.
Price 11450.00. l'roticrty Is
new anil In gooj repair.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
piesent to place on the-stntuto books
regulations that provide well for tho
future health and moral surroundings
of tho people. -
GRAND JURY ASKS
Continued from Pare 1)
proper-auditing of poitul funds nre
lacking In system and tegularlty, and
respectfully reiommend that such
steps shall be taken as shall enable
the public, the bondsmen ot officials,
and officials themselves, to ascertain,
with u greater degro of certainty
than they are ublo to do at present.
the condition ot the accounts of such
Owing to tho fact that thero Is n
great accumulation ot criminal cases
beforo your Honorable Hoard, we be
lieve thnt the appointment ot an ad
ditional United States District Judgo
to bo an absoluto necessity, and
Btrongly recommend to Congress that
ItgUlatlon to that end be enacted.
In conclusion your Grand Jury
wishes to commend tho untiring zeal
of the United States District Attorney
and Marshal, and their utaffs. In as-(
sistlng tins body in me performance
oi Its duties.
Judgo Dole in discharging the
Grand Jury commended Its work.
The tollowlng arc the Indictments
on the open flle:
Yoshlglro Suzuki and Hunt Suzuki,
charged with harboring Mastt Suzuki
for Immoral purposes.
John T. Stnjton, charged with hav
ing, while lriTJio employ ot the post
al service, opened a letter nddr'csscd
to "Mr. O. V. Cnrr."
Morlmoto, charged with obstruct
ing Justice by assaulting a Grand
Jury witness named Chlse, In order
to prevent her from appearing there
G. Kukushlma, charged with offer
Ing a X2 bribe to Customs Officer
Fred. G. Noycs, who had arrested him
for Importing obscene pictures.
Natsu (vv ), charged with adultery.
Shlgematsu, charged with harbor
ing one Mtsaii (w.) for Immoral pur
poses. lto, charged with adultery.
SUPREME COURT KILLS
(Continued from Pane 1)
for unless this enn bo done discussions
of tho other questions would bo aca
demical. It Is true, as claimed by
tho County Attorney, that It Is only
the maintenance ot such houses that
may becomo objectionable and Is
sought to bo prevented, but the build
ing may bo used for other purposes
entirely unobjectionable and if unoc
cupied It would bo hnrmleBS to any
ono's health or morals; nor docs It
follow logically that It will bo used
for the Intended purpose.
Hero the opinion discusses several
cases and finally sas: If the ordi
nance had declared that keeping a
lodging house within tho designated
area was an offense then tho question
whether building It for that purpose,
could bo made a penal offenso would
bo different from that presontcd un
der tho ordinance In Its present form
In which tho use of tho building Is
not prohibited abut merely Its erec
tion. This Is not un Instance of an
attempt to commit nn offense which
may bo meiged In tho offenso If com-
Your chance to buy
of their worth
Monday, Jan. 25th
inltteil, or of nn "act done toward,
committing mid In part execution of
the Intent to commit the same" (Sec.
2710 It. L.), for If thero were such
an offense created by the ordinance
It would bo "a mere preparation of
the means to commit" It, "nothing
being done In execution of the Intent
to commit the same." Sec. 2717 11.
L. As using the building for the pttt
posc named Is not piohlblled, erect
ing It, If the erection were deemed to
be In part execution of the purpose,
could not be punished, being In It
self harmless mid not subject to be
prohibited under police or sanitary
Captain Orubc of the German ship
Marie llackfcld gave a splendid
lunch on board his ship today In hon
or of .J. I'. Hackfeld, head of tlio
firm of Hackfeld & Co. Asldo from
Mr. Hackfald, thero were present
Paul Isonbcrg and Oeorge llodlek, di
rectors of the llrm. In honor of the
distinguished guests, Captain (Irubo
hnd his ship decorated with naNonal
Hags. They will remain until sunset.
Owing to the decoiatlons of tho ship,
Bomo of tho waterfront people were
led to believe that the German Km
peror's birthday falls on today, but
they woro toon Informed of tho fact
that Ills Majesty's birthday falls on
Monday, Jan. 21.
Temperatures I! n. in., 70; S n, in.,
71; 10 a. m.. 71; noon, 72; morning
llarometer, 8 n. in,. .10 19; absolute
humidity, S, a, m., 4.014 grains, per
cubic font: relative humidity, 8 n. in.,
GU per cent; dew point. 8 a m., till.
Wind 0 it. m., velocity 21). direction
N. K.: 8 d. m velocltv 22, direction i: ,
10 a. 111., velocity 23, direction IC; noon,
velocity 21), direction i:
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
Total , wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noun, I0". miles,
VM. I). STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Dureau,
A GEM THAT IS A OEM.
Tho popular Gem Theatro Is still
drawing crowds. The films nre
chnngod on Moml.ivs. Wednesdays and
Fridays and -the new ones ate very In
teresting. Tho dickering that accom
panies moat moving pictures Is con-
splcuoiiH f6r Its absence, ' Coml' liriif
ecu the new films
JnmcH D. Dole, president of Hie Ha
waiian Plneapplo (Iniuers Associa
tion, who r turned In tho China, from,
un nxtendud lour III the HtatearupocU
encouraging! or tho prospects of the
Hawaiian pineapple trade on tho main
land. Ho said that the Hawaiian pines
nro being advertised extensively and
that tho people are taking a great deal'
of interest In luu pineapple traile,
Carry a Good
and know you have the Cor
rect Time. OUR WATCHES
will keep Correct Time ALL
THE TIME. We handle the
BEST at the I0WEST
Ii. F. Wichman & Co,,
ASSESSMENT HO. 0
In tho Harrison Mutual llcnevoloot
Association duo Dec. 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan, 15, 1D09, All assess
ments aro payable at the Secretary's
office, Kaplolanl llulldlng. King and
Bulbs! Bulbs! Bulbs!
Various Kinds of Flowering Bulbs,
THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNG'Bld
Ihe Best Whiskey on the Market,
TH0S. F. McTIOHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack- Roberts,
I FOR WOMEN I
There are 119 new Fall Styles ready for you in the
Regal Shoe Store. Each one expresses the latest custom
There are sturdy, "mannish" models in dull Calf, and
the daintiest, lightest boots in fine Kid and imported Pat
ent Leathers, and many attractive styles in rich shades of
Russet. s i ' '
TVEflAT. Otmrlr Siw Innurn vou perfect fit.
REGAL Shoes for Men nre known
everywhere as the top notch of re
finement and good taste in shoes.
The Quarter Sizes qppcal to men
as much ns to women,, and are just its
popular as the Women's Rcgals.
You can't do as wetyan'-wherc else
at near the same price; that's one
pood reason for the popularity of tht
REGAL SHOE High Quality in a
Regal, $3.50 Shoes
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING AND BETHEL STS.
ObKTlNUO'ffS DRIVING , v .... t , 4 ;$5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING! AND CALLING ....' ,.",;. , ;$3 PER HOUR
'SHORT" RUNS, FROM COc UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES ior "Round-the-Island" and Long
Burn. tlEfBcfeht Drivers. Best Cars, such as
ST0DDA3D - DAYT0NS 7-SEATED
TOPE HARTFORDS 5-SEATED
WINT0NS ; -SEATED
. ' Royal Hawaiian Garage,
8E0 S. WELLS Manager..
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
We repair any make of autos. We employi tho iest
racohanies in the Island Server Bros.
Special attention givenrto the care of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Seasonable.
MR. GEO. ORDWAY ha full charge of
our Upholstering Department. Tele
phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to
your home and give you estimates of Ihe
cost of the work you want done. All
worK done b Mr. Ordway is of the very
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
For This Cold Weather
Fine Woolen Blankets
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
Men's and Boys' Woolen Sweaters
IN ALL COLORS.
YEE CHAN & CO., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TQ.YQUNQ BLDQ 176-190
i. . r"- -" -- -
KING and BETHEL STS.
I Iron Fence
and Monument Worts
KINO 8TREET. , PHONE 237.
WE MEET YOU
HALF WAY IN
ONE OF OUR
We arc satisfied
to let you pay for
it as it suits your
CONGO R00FINO is made
for all weathers.
An unusually severe storm
won't hurt it;
An extraordinarily hot spell
won't hurt it;
An extra long cold spell
won't hurt it.
It will stand ANY KIND of
exposure; it is the NEVER
LEAK ROOFING the kind
that stays tip;ht after it get
old as well as when it is now.'
Lewers & Cooke
177 South Kinu St. Phone 775.
Our 1900 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled all promises.
We arc atrents for tin famous'
Our exnert on mnrnetfts. tarnii
batteries and coils is here.
A inecialtv Is made of Kinftirini
THEY ABE KEEN
' TRY THEM.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
B01T0N BLDG., FORT ST.
COME AND SEE THE FAMOUS
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE
For .Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St.
M. P.. DE SA.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
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