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r .'4 ' V' EVENING BULLETIN, IIOSOUIH?. T. II., TUESDAY, FEn. 2, 1008. n
AILY and WEEKLY-Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
taflj every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of eack week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
, Wnllnco R. ParHnBton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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Prr Qu.itcr, km) what In V S 3.(i
Pr Yr.r, invliielnU S H.oo
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CIKCULATION LARGEST OE ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rfl-jj Editorial Rooms,
Entered t the Pcwtoflict at Honolulu
ax Rrcoml clasa Btatttf.
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1909
Just booat u little for Honolulu.
The htiblt Is it rihiiI una to cultivate.
I'm' I lie Const pcoplo tiro determined
In miL'uro nn curly return pf the Klect,
It tlivy li:ie to ralno n row to net It.
l.:iiul iwchntigoa (lint Kcttlo nioro
Iiroplo In permanent homes come un
der I lie head of satisfying long-felt
AiciinliiiK to the lottcrn received
fiom Kuhlo, tlio people of Honolulu 1
might well ilcMile oerloiiH attention j
to the l'eilurul building. I
William Randolph Hearst llnda
food mill ilrlnk In ngltatlon. Where.
It may lead the Nation Is n matter In
which ho U nut Interested.
tariff (Ucsllon Is settled nnd the sap
litRlns to rise In spring. Henry
Thnt applies exclusively to the
nialnlaiul. Honolulu should begin to
hustle right now under the Influence
of added American population.
Heductlouof (He cents a can hctiiih
very little to the consumer, and tre
mendous tu the producer Tlio hyp
notic Influence of nn even quarter
tin nKnliiHt thirty cents In recognized
liy every retail merchant. It Is also
possible that the same result would
be realized If the price wcro mailo
"twenty-nine cents, reduced from
r.-rooin, 2 bedroom house
with modern lomcnlciic
cu situate on the corner
of l'.iwnn nnd Young
Streets. Hlectilc llght,
gnu, l.irgo grounds, with
fruit trees, servants'
qunrterB. 1'rlce $32.50.
' " 7.r
of forty yenrn ago? a Bensc of Jihamb
that tlio auspicious state of our
merchant mnrlne of those duyi should
hc.prnctlcnlly wiped out by legisla
tion necessitated by the Civil War
but which hns been perpetuated un
der one gulso or another, until the
child of necessity hns grown to bo
tlio Mother of Trusts!
I'lay to tho galleries ns wo may.
pass resolutions nnd loiinlcr rcsolti
thins ns wo will, until tho Mer
chants' Assoclntlon , of Honolulu
grapples thn problem of American
shipping from tho standpoint of the
greatest good to thu greatest num
ber. It had better "81111111 pat" on Its
Honolulu, Feb. 2, 'OS.
Trent Trust Go., Ltd.
Secretary Newberry ought to Know
how much dnmage Is done tli'c Nay
Department b frequent changes In
tho olllclnl head. He Is one of the
THE WEST AND THE JAPANESE.
Ilrothcr Tnft Is coming Into ofllco
with n legacy of more plctmesquo
linuies applied to Ills predecessor than
liny I'lesldent has shouldered in the
Itemembcr that Honolulu Is bound
to grow. The speed depends on tho
loyalty anil the enthusiasm with
which tho people Keep tho develop
ment moving nggresslvely along
(lo nhcatl with tho post-enrd vote
on tho coastwise suspension lnw.
Mnho the names public. Then tho
American Nation will hnve n pcrma.
ncnt record of those supporting tho
policy of surrender.
J. ,'U- I -IMM
The time will come when tho soui
ebt dyspeptic will claim that, he Is the
man who alwajs said Honolulu would
grow. That will mean the pressuro
of optimism is so great Hint the sours
can no lunger hold out.
Surrender the commerce of the
Tactile lo tho Jup.ineso flag, and what
stands between Hawaii and (omplete
Orlunlnllzntlon, In which the Ameri
can merchant will lie absolutely III
the hands of the foreigner'
California nnd Nevada have given
proof that they have a population of
the ngltator stripe, capable of making
itself heard and always looking for
It goes without saying thnt the av
erage citizen of California nnd Nevada
Is not In sympathy with any move
meut that Is likely to bring tho United
States Into serious conflict with any
nation, nnd especially with Japan.
On tlio other hand this same tucr
ago citizen of tho Pacific Coast Is very
well settled III his determination that
tho western States shall not become
Orientalized. Consequently when thu
ngltntors get out on the housu tops
nnd shout, thero Is not tho uiidcrcur
rent of sympathy for the race attacked
that brings nbout prompt squelching
of thu fire brands nnd makes tho trou
ble makers hunt their holes.
Tho average American of tho 1'nclflc
Coast does not Intend that any rnco or
nationality shall dlctnto to him what
ho shall do nnd more esieclnlly does
he refuse to allow tho Oriental to gain
n foothold This sentiment pervades
thu Coast so thoroughly thnt It recog
nizes none of the International bord
ers. Canada hag expressed Itself, nnd
In much tho samo tcrms'ns California.
Capitalists want lnoxpcnslvo labor
nnd plenty of It. Tho nvcrago Ameri
can nnd tho nvcrago Canadian demand
that tho Pacific Coast bo preserved ns
n white man's country. And they aro
mighty touchy on that point. They
draw attention to Hawaii ns a nor
This Is thu reason why radical reso
lutions gain headwny in tho legislative.
bodies. Tho representative of the dis
contented has to move In order to ex
press tho Ideas of his constituents.
Tho country member Blldes nlong with
tho current. Kvcn tho President's
warning docs not frighten him, be
cause on g.'iierul principles he believes
that the American nation should not
kowtow to an) one.
Other than giving voice to opinions
the resolutions proposed In the Legis
latures of tho Pacific Const will have
i.o more effect than the wi'ii utter
ances of tho radicals, In Japan.
BAR ROOM FRACAS
LANDS MAN ON REEF
Antonio Costa, one of the first Porlo
Hlcans tu como to these Islands, ns a
contract laborer, onco more faced
.Hidgo Andrndc In the Police Court
Ton) has, It Is chnrged a rooted oh
lection to hard work that la as n free
man. When not residing at Ihc (lov
crMiicnt hotel on thu wnlerfront lie
iioes tho dulco far nlcnto stimls In the
tenderloin, districts, nccordlng lo the
police. Ho branched out In n nuw
venture yesterday, but. iilus, a new
industry for Antone was squelched
Tony knew a Porlo lllcau who
carved Kiikul mils, nnd t-eelng the pos
sibility of tho business, undertook lo
nttenil to tho selling end of the game
Wnnderlng Into n down-town saloon
ho tried to do business with n collide
of soldiers. Tlio Japanese bartender
objected to Tony tr)lng to nunc nn
of tho Kildlers! loose chnngc
An argument ensued, and Tonv. los
ing Ills temper, is alleged lo hnvi
struck tho liooza dispensed The Jap
anese, n much smaller man. grabbed
r whip nnd retaliated Then there
was a flvc-mlniitu rough house Tony
had the best of the affair till the iiollco
Costa got his two weeks' room, nnd
a frco meal ticket for the same length
of time, this morning from the Judge
You mnde our fortunes In Hawaii.
What pioportlon have )im returned
to promote tho further prosperity of
the Tenllory and its people. And
vhy should tho fortunato hesitate to
icutrlhuto ii liberal share for govern
High-wage agitators In Honolulu
nro doing their utmost to duplicate
the criminal follies of tho agitators
In California nnd Nevada. Hut there
Is enough bnllast of reliable citizen
ship hero and on the Pacific Coast to
hold the situation level.
.i ii .-
The II ti 1 1 o 1 1 ii has recc veil nn
open letter In which a waller takes
Itrv. J. W. wadninn to task ror ins
comment on tho menials who uccopt
.tips. Tho method of expression Is
' inoro than picturesque nnd needs con
siderable retouching beforo It can bo
President Iloosevelt'B message to
Congiess wus In tho hnnds of news
papers five thousand miles distant
fully two weckB before It was read In
Cong! ess. May wo hope that tho l-x-cuitlve
of Hawaii will do one-half 118
well In dealing with Honolulu? Or
lb Jlfo nioro Btrcniious In tlio Paluco
thou in tho Whlto Houso?
Senttlo also has Its tiouhlcs. A
recent lotter to the Chamber of Com
merce stales that tho people of Seat
tlo aro reported to be starving and
. tho writer had been advised to stay
h nvvay from tho place. Of course the
letter camo from the Knit, where they
still thlnlc Honolulu Is an assembly
of grass liutH on the beach.
Touilsts are coming this way as
never before. Which would Indicate
that tourist traffic depends on tho
luthit of travel, nnd Hawaii can well
uffoid to mako tho habit exclusively
American In Its relation to tho steuni
rccont letter to Its Chamber of Com
bhlpa patronized, Particularly Vvhen
wo need a met chant marina to support
finiipral business continues quiet
tuid in likely to to icmalu until tliv
POLICE OFFICER SAYS
A very attractive cottace near the
car line, at a bargain for the next
Building lot, Manoa Road; 36,000
sq. ft., price ?1G00.
.uuaing lui on x-asi juuiiuu auuu,
corner Hillside Ave.: 17,500 sq. ft.,
K A I M U K I
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 and
Mauna Loa, 60,000 sq. ft., improved,
modern cottage, new, price $3150.
Modern cottage, small lot, price
a. a h i Jt l
Qulick Ave., modern cottage, lot
100x100. Price $2100.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Editor Evening II u 1 1 e t In
A rumor Is current that "Tho Mcr1
chants' Association Is to mako anoth
er move to get on the right side of
the coastwise laws suspension ques
tion." As n member of tho Association I
feel that the merchants of Honolulu
hnve taken advanced ground on
coastwise suspension. I nm proud oT
tho nctlon taken and hopo thnt any
further "move" to bo made will bo
In tho direction of laying haro tho
true underlying causes of tho present
deplorable stuto of our Amorlcan
Wo diligently leprlnt Mini;
Twain's utterances regarding Hawaii
nnd 1 take the liberty of quoting tho
following from his "Innocents
Abroad" (published 180") beforo
Protection swept tho sen:
"While (passing through the
Straits of Gibraltar) we stood nd
miring the cloud-capped peaks and
tho lowlands robed In misty gloom, u
finer plcturo burst upon us and
chained every eyo lllo a magnct--a
stately ship, with canvas "piled on
canvas till she was one towering
mass of bellying sail! She camo
speeding over tho sea llko a great
bird, Afrfca and Spain wero forgot
ten. All homage was for tho beauti
ful stranger. Whllo everybody gaz
ed, bIio swept superbly by and flung
the Stars and Stripes to tho breero!
Quicker Hum thought, hats ami
handkerchiefs Hashed in thn nlr, and
o cheor wont up! Sho wns beautiful
before sho was radiant now, 'Many
a one on our decks know then for I lip
rust time how tame a sight his coun
try's (lag Is nt homo compared to
what It Is in a foreign land. Tn see
It Is to bco a vision of home and ItJ
Idols, and feel n thrill that would
stir a very river of sluggish blood!"
What Amerlcnn living as wo do
with tho boundless ocean Inviting
"Trade and Travol" to every clime
can read tho above lines without u
bciiso of prldo over this word-picture
(Continued from Paze li
assistance they nl lire to tho gni33
and wood under the house, tho cntlro
building being soon enveloped In
That tho alleged facts came out nt
this late data Is explained by tho state
ment that Manuel looking for appoint
ment on tile force nnd wishing to
mako himself solid, told nbout tho
affnlir to a pollce,l(llclnl, full lnve
ligation being ni result. Tho olll
rs .of the prosecution, especially
the pnllco depnifnicnt heads, nro very
reticent about the facts of the case,
but It Is understood that not only
has the prosecution In Ita possession
signed statements by Manuel nnd
the two Kins of tho old man who mo
alleged to hnvo assisted In tho plop-
millions for the lire, but hnvo also a
complete nnd signed confession by
Kiiaumonn.i, betting out the facta to
be proven, as stated above.
On the other hum thero are mini)
people In town who believe the whop
affair Is spite work.
Editor E v e u 1 n g II ii 1 I o 1 1 n .
lip. Itestaikk might chnngo the
name "Inl.inl to: "St. Andrew s
College." "St. Androw's Cathedral
School," or "St, Androw's for llo),"
etc. EUITOlt TIMES.
Jan. 30, '00.
I). O. Mills and IiIh daughter, Mr,
Whltelaw Held, arrived In San Tran
che o f i oiii Now York. They will
puss tho winter nt tho Mills country
homo .near thut city.
Our Annual Sale
on arriving and departing
steamers appreciate your sen
Monday, Feb. 1st.
Cloth by the yard with Napkins to
match. Prices greatly leduced,
If you want an "up-to-date"
visiting card, order them from
our Copper Plate Department.
Our engravers are artists : Our
Work Second To None,
Let us show you samples of
the latest caid'and style of engraving.
It F. Wichman & Co,,
C O XJDAIS
" penny saved Ii
n penny earned"
clupcco simuNK QUAtnrn sizes
An Arrow Collar rightly chosen sots
right on your shirt, is becoming to
your face and fits your neck. '' tor ;.-,.
ct.unrr, it.aiiohv roMpvsv.Tmy, N v.
Peek, Frean & Co.'s
IN TIN PACKAGES.
TLASM0N BISCUIT (Sweet and Tlain)
CRACKLET, RIVOLI, RATAFIA, MILK, OSBORNE,
ALBERT TORONTO, VENICE WAFERS (Assorted)
OYSTER, CHOCOLATE, nnd CHERRY WAFERS.
Henry tvtoy & Co., Ltd.
Benin savinc dollars, You
who have nothing but ashes i
of rccrct to show for tlis
money you have squandered.
for wood should begin now
nnd put aside for a rainy day.
! $feTK Sn
is the surest means to n com
petence nnd you need not pay
nil nt once.
iGc&jS Co., Ltd .(
MR. GEO. ORDWAY has full charge of
our Upholstering Department. Tele
phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to,
your horne 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.
U r ' miimm i IM!! IHIBI ''! I M'lll I -yy limiWL.' 'SAMj
rJvHnwsJw-i"." vii i
are scientifically designed to
give the fullest, clearest, and
steadiest light; they arc cor
red in every curve.
Wo have them in nil sizc3.
for covering nil brass parts of
a machine. It protects the
brass without dulling the
Lewers & Cooke
177 South King St. Phone 775.
Our 1909 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
Any picture may he framed artistically in one of our
large selected stock of frames.
Frames OVAL. ROUND, and SQUARE in WALNUT,
ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY, BIRD'S EYE MAPLE, GOLD,
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
' Everything Photographic" FORT STREET.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled nil promises.
We nro agents for
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing'
I . . - - 2 Jlw)
I. ' "11
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
has Just arrived from Hew York, including very attractive
designs in Flannellet, Gingham, and Chambray. Also plain
Gray, Blue, Pink, and Assorted Colors.
ROMPER SUITS for Boys at 50c A SUIT.
-YEE CHAN & CO., Ltd.,
Phone 027. Cor. King & Bethel Streets. P. 0. Box 053
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
THEY ABE KEEN
H S3HKk VwS
NOW ON EXHIBITION. .
B03T0N BLDG., FORT ST.
I Iron Fence
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
I . ........ ...-.-. 4M 4A.I iimn nvnrri OIJiMir 017
COME AND SEE THE FAMOUS .
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO,, 170-190 KING STREET.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Foda Water, delivered to ofllce and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St. M. R. DE SA;
TOURING CAR, $1185. '
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO,, LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
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