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EVENING nUIXETIN. HONOLULU, T II TIT3DAY JAN 26. 1009
JAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., ITD.
At 120 King Street, Hoaoluln, Territory of Hawaii
Oaflj erery day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each wk.
HEHBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED PBES1.
WnlWico R. ParHnton, - I2tiltor
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Motith, anywhere In tj S Ht .7rt
Per Qtutler. snywhrrt In L S 2.oo
Pr Yrr, nvticte inl S H.on
Per Year, pott pa id, foteiitn I J.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
- .-g J Editorial Rooms,
w' I Business
ORGANIC ACT AMENDMENTS ARE
BEARD: NOW ACT.
The bill nnicndiiiK the Organic Act
has been publlheil tiovernor I'rear's
statement befoie Congress lias been
put before tbc people and the Gov
ernor bus made bU extended expla
nation What do ou Intend to do?
Thu people were dissatisfied with
the nictbod In wlilcli tills er Im
portant bill was bandied i'ln)
wanted to know.
The) have lit en Informed In a largo
mensuir as to what tbo bill nieiiiis
1he should now declaro themselves
and give thu bill tbe bucking lh.it
inn bo secured for mub pot i tuns of it
as aro Kcnernll) npprovid
Tbo people kciu uiitlieh Justified
In calling a bull until the) eould
Irani mote of vviiiit hid been done
and what is In contemplation They
are standing In their own light if
the) tome to a permanent standstill
From the obseivntion of public ben.
tlnient made by this piper, tbo only
sections to which there Is serious ob
jection at tbe present time are. those
dealing with the public lands and the
sweeping piolslons that uxtept Ha
waii fronyceituln laws that urn) or
ma) not lc enacted ut this session of
Tlie proposed amendments of the.
land laws are In line with tbo recom
mendations of the special uilvlsoi)
lund commission appointed b) the
Goernor If the Legislature bad not
tuken action on the land question
there would set in to bo no particular
renson wh) the amendments mapped
out b) this commission should not
cuny tbrougb without further refer
ence to the Leglslatuie of Hawaii.
It should be recalled, however,
and many appear to buu forgotten
It that the Legislature or 1807 piss
td a joint resolution providing for a
Land Commission to iere without
pay, investigate the stutus of the
land laws, and lepoit to the (lover.,-
oi not later than lul) 1, 190S, such
report to Include nil their recommen
dations "together with such hill or
bills to be presented to the Legisla
ture, to carr. into effect such l ('com
mendations us the) inn) prcpaic '
This Joint resolution passed both
bouses of thu LcgUlatuie (iiivernm
Curter treated It to a pocket cto.
Thus Ifwas not legall) binding oi
an) one. Hut It Is obvious that the
r presentathes of the pcoplo of the
Tirrltory of Hawaii were settled In
the opinion that mi) bills dealing
with the administration of tbo public
lands should be presented first to the
Governor Trcai carried out a pait
(i I tbo Legl8latuiu's progiam when he
appointed the AdvUory Land Com
He Ignored u vorj impoitunt do
tnlLwben be Jumped over tbo bead of
the local Legislature and went direct
to Congress This put him In tho po
sltlon of getting bis law passed and
while tbo Leglslatuie whistled
I(ow'0cr, there may )et bo time to
piesent tbo matter to thp Leglslatuie
und secure an expression In time for
Congress to act m postpone, us suits
the Hontlmiut of Hawaii.
Meanwhile let the people move
Though the section of many oxcop-
Ttlons and the land law section may
piove doubtful, the people should
agree on other portions of the bill
nnd say so.
GoSernor Trear Is understood to
fcol that he has not been given the
support he deserved This is to be re
gretted, but It is not the Issue
The desire of tho people Is thu pres
ent unknown quantity that bab to be
demolish n ted. And the dlsagi cement
of somo of them with tho Governor
on certain points Is no good leasou
why anone of caliber should get an
attack of tho sulks or seek repilsals
on citizens who have lefuscd and will
tcntlniie opposed to doing as they
nro told when they believe the volun
teer dictators nic wumg.
The Chamber of Conniiorco having
heard whnt tho Governor has to say
on the amendment of tho Oiganlc
Act, having had an opportunity o
lead tho bill nnd the fUscussIon bt H
lure and In Washington, nllouM meit
lot fuithoi discussion, If necessai),
Per n MomM ... .(to
r Year ati-!iere lit l S . I.oo
Pel Year aiiltere in Canada . I.fto
Per Wat (uiiiid (deign 3.oo
Enirrf J at lli Poitoflicr it Hrito'ulu
t arcoiid rta Matter
JANUARY 20, 1009
and ACTION for or ngnlust the bill
ns u whole or In part
Tbe Men h. nits Association should
dc the Biime Let there be ACTION
The Republican tommlttee should
express Itself The llllo Hoard of
Trade should be beard from The
Wulltiku Improvement Association Is
not too small to have voice and in
fluence And the Democratic patt)
might add to the fund of Information
Whether this nctlon bus an) effect
on CougiesM, It must be of inesti
mable value In shaping the tourse of
tbe Leglslatuie which Is about to
Tbe penpb idinuld demand a hear
ing at all times Hut after the) get
It. the) should not sit around like
bumps on u log nnd do nothing.
MOVING PICTURE MORALS.
IMitor H v e n I n g II u 1 1 n 1 1 n
I think It would be a good plan for
( ur Sheriff or one of his deputies to
visit thu moving picture shows at
enih change of program, so ns to sup
pi ess an) thing Immoral.
The management of tho theater to
wbidi I have reference, advertises
' Nothing objectionable," and still,
one of the numbers on his program
last week was decidedly Indecent.
These shows aie the on! public
plates of auiueenieiit running Just
now, and nro patiunlzed dully by
1 undreds of school children, and it
Is a pit) the) cannot be kept clean
Honolulu. Jan. 2C, '00.
There Is but ono response to this
appeal. The films shown by the mov-lug-plcturu
concerns of this ill)
si onlil be above reproich Instances
of the violation of good morals
si onlil be dealt wljb b) tbo proper
authorities prompt!) nnd eleelslvel)
A very attractive cottage near tbe
car line, at a bargain for the next
Building lot, Manoa Road; 36,000
sej, ii , price piuuv,
Building lot on East Manoa Road,
corner Hillside Ave.; 17,500 sq. ft.,
House and lot on Cocoa Avenue;
lot 19,000 so. ft., corner lot, and
modern house, price $3500.
Eight lots, cleared and fenced, cor.
Eighth and Mauna Loa Avenues,
House and lot, cor. Seventh nnd
Mauna Loa, GO.'OOO sq, ft , improved,
modern cottage, new, price 53150.
Modern cottage, small lot, price
K A L I H I
Gulick Ave, modern cottage, lot
looxioo. jfnee 5aiuo.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
on arriving and departing
steamers appreciate your sen.
Buy A Home
2 bedroom, 6. room bouse; i-iec-trie
lights; modern porcelain
plumbing; beautiful mnrlno and
mountain views; artesian water,
l'rlco $14(10 00. IMoperty Is
new anil In good repair.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
IT 18 TO SMILE.
IMitor K v e n I n g 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
"But If one or two republicans wero to
complain ntWnshlngton, representing
that tho ninjorltv of republicans ob
jected to the bill. If tin) should Ho,
and say so, then the people at Wusli
Ington would probabl) wall with tak
ing nctlon until the) could obtain more
Irfoimailon" Governor Hear, In
II ii 1 1 u 1 1 n, Janiiar) 20
In my opinion, the Governor Is tak
Ing mighty chances with his bill If Its
passage depends iion not being able
to Hud two republicans in Hawaii who
will He It's ni) experience that It Is
difficult to find Hint man) republicans
in this Territory who will tell the truth
about public affairs Of course the
truth Is in very man) of them but they
arc careful not to let it out
You can put It down as a pretty safo
guess that the bill will not pass and
tho Democrats claim nil the credit mid
assume all the responsibility for hav
ing kitted it. The Governor handed us
no cholco of weapons The terms
were "Shoot first ami explain after
ward" The Democrat! uro not nfmld
of tho light nnd will be on hand with
explanations at the proper time.
Moral' When vou'ro going to tnke
a snenk, look out for Democrats
K. J. RYAN
(Continued from Paze 1)
and previous good work entitles htm
Hut there are members who claim
that Holstein must "come through"
with promises on certain committee,
chairmanships before he can bo cer
tain of reelection. In other words,
ho must bo tractable Whether tho
men who want to "manage Holstein"
are in a majority or not remains to
Among the matters to be dealt
with In the conferences before the
Legislature meets will probably bo
the taxation problem So man) tax
ation schemes ale being brought to
tbo front that an effort will bu made
lo get the Republican members to
gether on a general line of policy
although no exact bill ma) be framed
to rise to the dignity of an Admlnls-
liatlou measure. Many wise heads
aro scratching these das to deter
mine hoy the present Income can be
mnile to go around or enough money
obtained from new sources to prov Ide
for additional expenses such as the
Increase of tho militia, nn active Im
migration eumpaign, development of
public works, pensions for teachers,
the College of Hawaii, decent salaries
for teachers, and various other neces
sities that are the result of tho chang
ing conditions associated with the
growth of Hawaii
What tho Democrats will do Is not
known. They will be more of a fac
tor than ever before on account of
their Increased membership in the
Senate, the usual blockudlng ground
ol foolish legislation.
Tho Philippine Constabulary Hand
will arrive' here on the transport Ilu
ford and will give ono concert In this
city. The band was one of tbo nttrac
Uoiib at the St Louis fair and Is now
about to be sent to the Alaska Yukon
Our Annual Sale
Monday, Feb. 1st.
Cloth by the yard with Napkins to
match. Prices greatly reduced.
Mori Believes That He
Could Identify The
IVom tho slorv t ill l' M(rt the
Japanese who wns lull i 1 lit nlglu
on Kllklll street. It Is I lleveii inai uie
lubbers wero 1'ortin.ui i Tho nun
three In number, cine d pistols and
long knives The. upon fright
ened Mori so that I b ed order
nnd allowed the hi Imivuun to go
through his pockeis
"I was Beared of tho- uu n because
they had pistols ml k lives ' s.ilu
Mori this morning '. n Interviewed
In tbo ntllcc of Chli f K il iklela "One
of lliofo men was pilnii 1 black He
lamo directly In fnmt f me and asked
ma to Kite him im v ilu ibles The
other two, were imi I itnted at all, but
lhe had their kttlv poind n ut mo
Thesu were sulllelMit to scire an)
man. I nm preltv miu that the men
were Portuguese and not roilo Rlc-
ails." Right at tlii" i mt .Mouoiras,
assistant chief of dilutive, who wis
near l, asked Mm i how ho could
Identlf) the men as in lug Portuguese
"I am prett) well ruiiilliur with the
features of the Porim-on " said Mori
I can tell the dlfferinci between Por
tuguese and Porto 1th ins Of cource
some Porto Rlcans in light In their
complexion, but then are certain dlf
ferences between tin in Tin men got
from me 50 rents In r isb two ahln.i
pants mid some Jaii mis, kimonos As
soon as the) got thesi iho went nwn)
In Iristo towards I lllliii street"
Mori stated nftervv mis that If Hit
men were produced Ik believed he
could Identify thiiu
MANY WANT WORK
ON DREDGING JOD
That the Hawaiian Dredging Com
pany will have no gient difficulty In
securing workmen to handle tho
Pearl Harbor Job seems assured Not
only have a. large number of loci!
men signified n desire to secure cm
plo)mcnt on the diedging work, but
communications have been received
from Jtho mainland asking what the
chances nro of securing empto)iucut
When tbo contract was first award
ed, tho DllJIugham Company an
nounced that, ns far as possible, local
nser-wmiliHti1milo)ed tin the work,
This means Jint If there nta enough
nMllecl dreilgo operntois In Honolulu
cr the Hnwalhin Islands to handle thu
Job, no outside assistance will bo ush
cd of accepted
It Is fin tlidi more announced that,
rs far as possible, all mnteilals need
id will be purchased here on the
gioiitid, that Hawaii ma) deilvo the
giealest pctasfhlu amount of benefit
fiom the awarding of thu mntinel to
n local firm
It Is not believed, however, that
there will be enough skilled woikmcn
here to handle nil of thu work that Is
I'ifty-two batsmen nro funned out
b) four pitchers In two Ha) City
Carry a Good
and know you have the Cor
rect Tune. OUR WATCHES
will keep Correct Time ALL
THE TIME. We handle the
BEST at the LOWEST
H. F. Wichman & Co,,
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
In the Harrison Mutual Ilcuovoleit
Association due Dec. IS, 1908, de
linquent Jan. IS, 10(59. All assess
ments aie pnable at tho Secretary's
office, Kaplolani Uulldlug, King and
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
. McCANDLESS BL.DG,,
P. G. Box 001'. Telephone 031.
'jfLQl J" ' ,-- nap
ALCOHOL 3 PF.ll f!V mt
ling lljc StomarJis nndJJowM
ncss and Ifesiroulalns mia'
Apnfett Remedy forConsfif t-;
ncss andLoss or SllEP.
fc Simile Signature of ,
Bxsct Copy of Wrapper,
jgM.fciuErStTced tBllng If 1 I till IH
Newest Fall Fashions .
There are 110 new Tall 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
cnt Leathcrsj and many attractive styles in rich shades of
REGAL Quarter Sizes
it: ' or Men
REGAL Shoci for Men are known
everywhere ns the top notch of re
finement and good taste in shoes.
The Quarter Sizes appeal to men
ns much as to women, and aie just as
popular as the Women's Rcgals.
You can't dc as well anywhere else
at near the wine price; that's one
rood reason for tho popularity of the
REGAL SHOE High Quality in a
Regal, $3.50 Shoes
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KINO AND BETHEL STS.
MR. GEO. ORDWAY has full charge of
our Upholstering Department. Tele
phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to
your home and give you estimates of the
cost of the work you want done. All
work done by Mr. Ordway is of the very
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG ULDO., 176-190
The Kind You Have
M vS ll"
THC(HT&UNOMMNT, NIW TONH OITT.
insure you perfect fit.
and tUlonjimeat Works
KINO STRE.ET., , M) PHONE 237.,
WE MEET YOU
HALF WAY IN
ONE OF OUR
We arc satisfied
to let you pay for
it as it suits your
In purchasing Paint, Dura
bility and Finished Appear
ance are the important con
siderations. A pure and perfectly pre
paied paint, well implied, costs
comparatively little, since it
saves far more than its price
It has been demonstrated
that W. P. FULLER & CO.'S
Pure Prepared Paint
on account of its nbsolutc pur
ity and careful preparation, is
the Best-Wearing paint made
Lewers & Cooke
177 South King St. Phone 775.
Our 1909 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled all promises.
We are agents for tLe
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairint;
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
THEY ARE KEEN
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON 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'
1203 Miller St. M. P.. DE SA.
TOURING OAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.