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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, FED. 24, 1009
V-. Evening- Bulletin
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At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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WEDNESDAY ' . FEBRUARY 24, 1009
1 ' " '
Tin- course of true tut never
It is now moto apparent wliy con
flitnnllon or Hie (lowi urn's appoint
ments wni held tip. Thiu-e nie brick
bat tii be tbiiiwn at utTcniltnR members.
California nEltatnra have, onl" to
rend sections of Director Newell's le
porl In Bnln fuel to add tt thu flro
started b Hawaii's Ilutt-ln resolu
tied, why didn't you .have wit enough
to let It nlono7"
The resolve having once started, It
will likely carry throtiRli cventunlly.
and the future will prove whether It
will add fuel to the l'aclflc Const flro I
supposed -to have been checked per
manently so far an the action of State
Legislature? Is concerned.
PROGRESS IN THE COLLEGE OF
' In tlie subtubs
house of 5 rooms? with
ants' quarters barn
chicken yard Lot
100x200. House and
out-buildings nic nl
orast new. The prop
erty will be sold on
very easy terms. If you
have been looking for
exceptional b n r i
pains, this is what you
should inquire about.
Property cost $4S00;
will be sold for $2500.
Trent Trust Co.,
THE KIND OF DRAMA THAT COUNTS
Tim performance nt the Opera Lillian Holici twin was the ciwtuujcr.
Honolulu Is hound to grow. It will
;nove faster It the naggcrB a nil al-j
logeil conservatives will remove
blockades Instead of placing thorn in
JLl .- 1- - 1 1
Ilnwnll has enough domestic bus
iness to attend to without mixing In
affairs that Involve diplomatic cn'ii
pllcutlnus and euiilllct with Stales
Uovernor Derrick's refusal if a
Cabinet position could only happen
In Ohio, wheru scats nrounil the l'rcs
"lllenthil tulile are nut Bo hard to se
cure as In other States
Too ninti farmers on the Jury list
for Standard Oil means n surplus of
honest men in the .Middle West. Kor
ull of which kIvu praise. Hut whj
should they be lejected In tie cause
A suggestion has been made that
the Hawaii College of Agriculture
and Mechanic Arts and the l'edcral
Experiment Station sliould be com
bined under the management of the
"When the management of the Col-
lego of Hawaii has proved Us ability
to cope successfully with the piob
letns It has on hand there will bo
time enough to consider the ultimate
destln) of the IVderal Expel Imcnt
The College should perfect Itself
In Its specific Held before Us ambi
tions upload out to coiuiuer other .de
partments well established and do
ing excellent woik.
The College of Hawaii has a groat
futiii e bcfoie It If properly managed.
At the present tlmo It gives nil the
rvldeiices of sutTerlng from a man
A'lucut or lack of management that
mikes It top-heavy and out of touch
.villi tho conditions It Is called upon
The woist of It Is that the ndniln
Senator K Hudson's Immigration
bill should hae the support of cv-1 uirntlon of tho affairs of the Collego
nry Senator and Representative whomive been of a character to lend
ihtiength to the criticism, sneers, and
Mauds for the continued piogresa and
permanent prosperity of the Terr!
lory of Hawaii.
Hawaii's prosperous future de
pends on the immigration It can se
cure. I'nlChS the Territory opens up
new sources of supply through a
special in mi ami upiiriiiiriuuuu.
tliere win no a sieauny uwiuuuub
rovenue for public uses.
Counting tho expense In dollars and
cents the time occupied by the ills
cushion on printing Hepresentatlve
Kama's llttlo bill probably cost tho
"people more than the pilro of a doz
'on bills. At tho lowest figure, the
Legislature iots tho people over two
dollars an hour for a sixty-day session.
A legislative resolvo favoring tho
Bitsponslon of the coastwise shipping
law would be an appropriate action
to accompany the California-Japanese
Ilutt-ln resolution. Is It Impos
sible for our legislators to sco the
significant o of thu paragraph In Del
egate Kuhlo's last letter to tho effect
that tho coastwise" suspension move
ment would, if pressed, beconto a
artor In the antl-Japnneso agitation?
When CongicsBiuen recommend tho
withholding of troublcmaklng legis
lation, theie Is good reason wliy Ha
waii should not bo tho fool to walk
-lu where others fear to trcaiK
STARTING CALIFORNIA FIRES.
The CallfornU-Jiipaneso resolution
now In the Legislature Is about as
iilifii oprlute to tho occasion as tho
high-wage pronuncUuicntq, ,nnd is
Tho California uffalr with which
this deals Is a matter in which Da
wall has no business to Interfere
The Incident Is closed. Tho presi
dent needs no bolstering fiotu tho
Twrltory of DawaH. And Japan has
not had reason to doubt tho attitude
nt our people. .
From the mainland standpoint, tho
practical lesult will bo to make Da
wall the football of cverv element In
1ho country opposed to tlie Japanese
or Orientals generally. Hawaii
fchould willingly and coidlally offer
Jtself an a football to everything lu
fclgljt if by so doing it could satisfy
ho.iiresslnp demand of a great causa.
Tho effect, however, of this resolve,
l,f any it has,' will bb to start tho agl
tntois of the IMclflc Coast' to renewed
President, ltoosovclt whllo writing
his letter of thanks, which tho com
mon courtesies of tho occasion i
iiulre. will undoubtedly ask under
Ills bii-ntli, "When tho thing' Is set-
IndlffereiicH of un clement that can
see no use for the Institution and be
llovo that Hawaii has already mote
than enough educational opportuni
ties. No Institution in these Islands has
a more munificent endowment than
tho College of Hawaii has obtained
from the Federal Government. Hut
tho Federal Government declares
that In order to obtain the contluu-
mice of tho endowment the State or
Territory In which tho College of
Agriculture and Mec'-nnlc Am U lo
cated Bhnll do Ita share. Tills Hawaii
began In Its original appioprlalKiii.
The.ii the administration of Hie
Collego stepped In.
Ono of the first things c'.jae after
the selection of a IMesldent wns to
apparently glvo the now executive
abtolutely fleo scope to employ pro-
fcssoiK and purchase equipment be
fore ho had been on the gtound and
sized up tho situation.
Ono I chill t Is that the College of
Hawaii has n professor or tutor In
nnlmnl Industrj and no students In
that course. As this man's salary Is
paid fiom the Federal appropriation
It appears to have not worried tlie
Collego executive or tlie regents. Ev
ery well-balanced man, however,
must icallu thn tho Federal (luv
eminent cannot long view such a
policy with ludlffeience.
Ono error of this character could
well be overlooked, many Indeed, If
tho general schemo of development
gives promise of being sound and the
Institution offers Indications of com
lug In closer touch with tho second
ary schools of tho Territory.
Tho Collego nuthoiltlcs appear
very Jealous of tho dignity of their
position a very proper fault when
cxerclscd with discretion and for the
benefit of tho Collego future,
Tho College has comparatively fow
students niul iyi excellent equipment,
but tho authorities could find no
placo for pupils from tho McKlnlcy
High School to do mechanical draw
lug under tho College root because
tho High School boys do not do tho
Collego work, Of course they, don't,
but. If they were allowed to got lu
physical touch with tho College, It
would go"fnr toward Interesting them
lo prepare themselves for tho Col
lego course and tho Collego Is not as
seriously pressed for spaco us tho
An Institution that Is winning its
way to a position should not tutor
pret dignity as meaning exclusive
ness and iirlstocratlc icservo.
Finally tho authoiltles of tho Col
lego loino befoie the community lit
a 'time when a minimum amount of
money Is available for a maximum
of work, und uslt appropriations
for elaborate buildings and teaching
force, before tho preliminary work of
enlisting pupils Is falrlj started.
Tho faculty Is to be commend
ed for framing Its plans for the
fut me cm broad lines. It Is a worthy
ambition to build buildings that will
not have to he replaced In n hundred
years. Hut sufficient regard should
lie had for Hie present and Immediate
future to prevent Impossible and Im
practical demands that bring dis
credit on the whole College movement
niul make tho people suspicious or
the common souse of those In cnntrpl.
It is very hard to convince the pen-
pie that two hundred thousand dol
lars should be expended In an appro
priation for tho College of Hawaii
when the present teaching force Is so
much larger than the number to bo
taught that eminent professors find
time for outside private work and
ono has no pupils.
Results In practise should accom
pany the exploiting of theories. Col
leges tit Agriculture nnd Mechanic
Aits aie nothing If not practical
when propel lj managed.
According to statements that have
been made lu public-, some of the
Equipment of this Institution has
been oidered because the mouoy was
available, rather than In nnswer to a
pressing demand. And tho order was
placed before theio wns any nssitr
ance of a place to put It iiftur 111-rlvnl.
On general principles, the less at
tention this College bus from the
Legislature the better. Tho Collego
should pi event abroluto necessities to
tho Legislature should lcspond with
the funds to satisfy them.
I'nder the circumstances. It would
bo hlghlv appiopriatc for tho Legis
lature of llnwail to follow tho custom
I of States and Territories nnd appoint
la special committee to deal with the
llntisc lust evening caiuo us a icficsh
lug change to the oidlnary run of
dramatic pioductlons given In Hono
lulu In the short past or promlso to
lu thu near future.
The Dramatic Circle of tho Kilo
liana Ait Leaguo In producing two
icflned, cultured, and educational
pines video tho sentiment of Its largo
inembeishlp. Tho society Bland's for
all Hint Is highest and best lu iiiueIc,
lltcratuio, nit, and tho drama. It
has as Its special mission tho coun
teracting of the Influences of shows,
.for Instance, which Introduce tho bar
I loom or tho Intoxicated actor.
Tho drama has a miitkcd lmpilnt
.on tho minds of tho audience. Tho
well-Htnged and vvell-iendercd plays
of last evening, nlthough above the
uppicclatlou of those schooled In tho
atmosphere, of the too often lovvil
moving-plcturi' show or popular farco
l or society scandal, stand out lu tho
I history or diaiuntlr productions of
I Honolulu lis guide-posts to tho nd
Ivnnienicnt of the' proper lliflucnco
dramatic art should exert upon tho
In the first sketch Miss Bnrlnlts,
as Mary Washington, George's moth
er, scoreiUa success. Her gcxid In
terpretation of the mother of tho
father of our country wns well re
ceived. .Ivan (Irahnm. as tho oung
Oeorge, did some splendid work and
received long applause for his de
scription of the ride on his motlior'u
favorite pony. Mr. Emory, as
George's father, and Mr. Hunii, as
(leorgo's brother, wero very good
Taking It as n whole, Uiero has
been not a luciio ambitious, moio
pleasing, and mom nillstlc pcrfoitn-
n me by amateurs given in Honolulu
for many scars.
Tho cast has been asked to repeat
"l'jRinallon and llul.itea" lu the sum
mon. If this Is done. It will be given
In a gulden ns an out-of-door per
formance, with (Ireclnn marches and
dances lutioduceil by a double sccuo
of pretty gills.
For tlio betielll of tliin.e vvho lead
tho in count lu tho Advertiser this
morning, wo bcR to curicct ,J.hc liu
piosslou about tho seme being hand
ed to the leading actor. It ho who
wrote It had known more of what
was going on Instead of Interrupting
tho attention of tho uudlence In his
vicinity, ho would have heard I'yg-
mulloii remark upon being liiought
a sci oil li his stave, that Chrysos, a
I'nl i on of tho Arts, had sent him n
IS01 ADMITS GUILT
Isol, the Japanese Indicted In the
Grand Jury on it charge ut Inn boring
women for Immoral purposes, pleaded
guilty before Judge Dole yesterday
Sentence will ho Imposed next Tue.
day. Thu maximum Hint can be glv
en under the law Is five years' Imprisonment.
At this popular theatre the erov.,1-
Llttlo Hoy Hush, who took tho part Mill contluu.-. The new filins have
of Sambo, tho little slave, was a stir- : proved very enectvo 1111.1 tut- machine
prise to nil In his caieful llttlo act-l' woruing capitally, wobsrs. vwner
jn and Kubcy art- sparing no evpeiiso In
Miss Allco Spalding niiulo n moat "' " ' ' " w-
beautltul Galatea. Her petlto flguro
riiuifMuc' Tiri err
'JJ 3 faaULTvUiJ L
College Hills: a 15500 property
' ' A
lleach lot at Kaalawal, 100 ft.
trontago, area 1 aero
and blonde hair made It possible for
her to llnporsonate the beautiful liv
ing statue. Mr. George Warren, as
rygmullou, and Miss Whltfonl. as
Syileskn, plajed I heir paits well and
Btiong. The two slaves. Mr Dunn
und Mr. Thompson lent a Rood sup
port. Miss Green and Mr. Wnrrcn,
although In minor parts, did some
clover acting. Mis Graham and Mr
Arnold did the coniody and seemed
to .enjoy their lespcctlvo characters
of Daphny niul Chrysos. Miss Grace
Itobertson, ns Iris, the singing girl,
looked very pretty. .
The stage setting was cxtlcmely
artistic, with the hugu inch for Gal
atea as a centerpiece. Mlsi Spar
low was property woman.
The costumes received much com
plimentary comment. The blending
of colors and the variety of applica
tion of good Gieek models of draper-
Its were uspedally praised. Miss
College, study Its administration,
le.irli how ninny meetings of the Ho-
gents liavo bcwi held during the year,
how ninnv Itegcnts have visited tho
College, and Jn whut manner the af
fairs of this most Important Institu
tion have been handled.
Ii 1-1 Important that tho people
should l.novv 1110111 of what the Col
lege l doing, und what is being done
to make the institution satisfy tho
demand for tho education or tho
youth of Hawaii mid also to make It
ultra live to thosy now headed for
This Is a Collego of tho pcoplo and
Ice be successful must bo conducted
ROSENBERG TS "HELD
INNOCENT OF CRIME
WMWMiWMWIIWIMW 1.1,1 I ! II l 1
"For over to) yearn 1 Uvealnrayalcpt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In tho house. My
father often told raa Uu. it umA my llfo
when I w very young."
u 8 o il
fi r b t
parents, then by tba parents, and
now by tho children. For colds
and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la
grippe, inflammation in tho throat
or in tho bronchial tubes,
Br afi i3
is tho Btandard remedy tho world
over. It contains no narcotic or
poison. Accept no substitute.
Put up in largo nnd email bottles.
rntinl ty tt. J a Ajtr & Cl., Uilt, Mm., U, S. A,
I'uupuco Tract, Huildlng lot,
corner East Manoa ltoad and
HIIlsldove 17,000. sq. ft....
Knlmukl. 120,000 sq. ft., 8 lots,
cleared and fenced. .Price $
Jacob Itoicnbetg, th'o Junk dealer, Is
Innocent lii'lho ores of tho law of tin
crime or lecelving stolen' piopcrty. A
Vesierda the Jury In tho United I
Htnti'H IHstrlct Court, which for nearly
a vveeli had been listening to tho ovl
denre for nnd against him, returned
a vcidlet of not guilty after being out
mils 4ii minutes.
Tho orlmo vijilcli llosuuberg was ac
cused of iCpminlltliiK was nlh'god to
have lukeii pl-ico about lu in-mlhs ago.
This Is tho rcco'nd tlmo he has been
on tilil. There Is still another Indict
ment ngilnst ltoseuherg accusing htm
or a similar crime.
fulled States Deputy DUiict Attor
m y Hawlis conduclod tho prosecu
limi. vvllllo HosenhLi-g was ilefended by
I .eon Straus.
Waterhouse Trust j
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
White Goods, etc.
ON SALE MONDAY, MARCH 1ST,
AT 8 A. M.
Cups and Saucers
for engagement presents glad
den the heart of every pros
We have them in all sizes
and at nil prices,
A stroll through our China
ware Department will be en
joyed by you.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
. LEADING JEWELERS
" Sterling,'' I
- LL B-TT "H
The Throo Finest Brands
T. H.Bavies .&; Co., Xtd.
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 PER nOUR
SHOPriNG AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 50c UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" nnd Long
Runs. Efficient Drivers. Best Cars, such ns
STODDARD - DAYTONS 7-SEATED
POPE , HARTF0RD3 5-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
GEO S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
We repair any raikc of autos. Wc employ the best
mechanics in the Islanl Server Bros.
Special attention given to the core of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Trices Reasonable.
Kawrii' wwh aisoEtg
THE MULTI SPEED SHUTTER
(EXPOSURES TO 1-2C00 SECOND)
Built on new principles, and nountcd between lenses.
Applicable to the smallest practicable cameras. An nil
round shutter for all-round wcrl:, the most efficient speed
shutter in use today.
The fault with the old iris diaphram shutters is that
the illumination is poor, and the result blurred; tho old
foc&l plans makes sectional exposure necessary, resulting
- When the speed of the focnl, plane is doubled, tho baud
of l'ght that travels over the Dlatcis only 1-2 as wide, nnd
any uoint is only one-half the time exposed, resulting in il
lumination only 1-4 ti3 strong ns before. The MULTI
SPEED SHUTTElt causes the same nmount of light to hit
the plats every time. There is vcrv little loss of density.
COKE AND SEE SAMPLES OF ITS WORK IN OUR
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Many people are re
luctaut to begin a sav
ings account till the
have ten or twenty dol
lars to spare.
The great majority
of our savings depos
its have small begin
nings. If everybody
waited till he saved
twenty dollars, many
who now have, hun
dreds in our bank
would still be waiting
to save the first twen
ty. It's easy to save with
our small home banks.
We furnish them free.
Whnt spot Li these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Alcona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIUEA, HAWAII
P. 0. Address, Xawnihae.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Judd Building, Fort and
Capital and Surplu
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co,.
King Street near South
You Want Electrio Wiring Done ot
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
Harrison Block, Phone 315.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERIOAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen ts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George 0, Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Wing Wo Tfji & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
' TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA
jrjjjj"For Rent'' cards on sale
the Bulletin office.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR Br.iIIi.L lbc jt Whiskey on the Market.
Dealers m Furniture MattreJics, , mos. F. McTJGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
Etc., Ets. Alt kinds of K0A .and ; 101-105 KING ST.
MISSION FURNITURE Made Ti PHONE 140. 1 0. BOX 755.
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ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
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