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BVENINQ nULLETIN, HONOLUMJ, T. 11., FRIDAY, FED. 26, 1909.
"'niAllY and WEEKLY Publhhedbj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
ai issu Jung street, aoaoiulu. Territory of Hawaii,
tflj every day except Sunday. Weekly liiued on Tuesday of each week.
' MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
'.Wallace R. Farrlnnton,
P Monlh, nf vhf re In IJ.S 8 .7H
Per Quarter, tnjrwhtrt In U.S.. . S.ou
I'cr Vrar, anvrlmlnUS H.oci
Per Vrar, kIiii, foreign I3.oo
CmCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
.fTVvl J Editorial Rooms, - 185
),(JI'CIMBusiness Office, - 256
According it tlio llsiatcli. Senator
', J'crl.ins Kitild truthfully say that
'jj fltoosoelt made lilm sick.
i Toinlsls arc coming thin way on
Iliu llrHt-clans xtcamerg that arc nall
lihlo. VJi mnko a row about those
jvo have not?
tf Though tho report of delay In ilio
construction of l'earl Harbor 1I0CU bo
true, that will not Mop Honolulu
frhcre Is ilmrh to Indicate that the
nppolntmcnt of District Attorney At
Mnion wn made without cannslng
many others than AtkhiKon.
Thank goodness, there arc nlgns
(that tho ocean ninll-nubBldy mcaniue
,ln Mill nllve. In vw of what Con
jgrcim has done to tho Navy this rcs
fIoii the prospect for prompt nssUt
nnco for the merchant marine Is not
TIiopo beginning the sugar freights
In American bottoms should Impress
Jon tho llnc3 tlerKIng benefits that
Honolulu Is entitled to passenger ac
commodations on every freighter that
makes regular trips between this port
'nm tho Pacific Coast. Furthermore,
he ships should not be chnnged ev
ivry few months In order to cvado the
call for passenger service.
NEWELL'S REPORT ON HOME
f Tho II u 1 1 c t I n hopes that every
'reader of this paper will carefully
Jjperuso the extract fro"m the report, of
,Dlrrctor Newell published on paco
fj t cji ot this Issue.
3 ' 'A better statcntent of the oppor
f, tunltles fur home-making In Haw ill
a-unil the dimcultles In the way has
g seldom been prepared. Mr. Newell
JjMhas sized up conditions In this r-
'pect Willi splendid judgment and
C his comment Is absolutely free from
any tinge of prejudice.
Ei Mr. Newell draws attention to the
llulluence of a superabundance ot Ori
entals among our population and
S Jnkcs a position .practically Identical
with the contention of this paper.
ateTho tendency of tho Oriental coolie
Vis to degrndc Inbor when he does snv-
onty-flo or eighty per cent, of tho
manual lalio' of any countrv ami Is no'
k. iittnched to the soil.
l' lleforo. "lluwall can be reloaded
;, Xrom tho duplication ot conditions
v,'oii the sugar plantations not wholly
I desirable. It must have a leaven ot
f laboring peoplo who will establish
.homes and do their own work. 11
V,must hao tho Kuiopcan who seenn
'&.to bo the only one at the present
TBtagc of tho world's progress who will
io tho work.
l Another feature of Mr. Nowcll's
jfMcport Is his referenco to tho absence
ft;' of the agricultural bank.
Kttf, Sugar ami largo enterprises have
ri completely absorbed the attention
of local financiers that men who
out In now Industries and
Jsnieed assistance, have been forgotten.
nvy BiiouKi not oniy uo recognueu
ut their business should be fostered.
'PIiIh nioiinn wnrlv nm! Mmrn mnv hft
itfjisomo lotses made, Thero Is little
Jfquestlon, however, that tho expert
jrjence ;if past years nnd the Improved
Jj'coniTltloiiH lesultlng from tho ad
fCfvancctnent ot applied bdence mnkei
'Cfthe financial venture In new Industry
,,?Mar less hazardous than thnso made,
jJU!Ven during recent years, la tho sugar
Hawaii with Its prosperity of tho
itfitiig up of Indebtedness should dcvcl
IJip somo financier or group ot pro
vgresslvo men who will organlzo to
Sffllinnco tho small producer In new
Ktlndustrlal lines. This will have to
iyt1)o done on stinlght business lines. It
IKcannot succeed If started out on the
PjjrJi'lVy-BUCss-and-by-guni'' Idea. The
jimnKliiK plans ot the middle nnd far
pvest could bo duplicated with such
L.hangea ns will adapt tlicm to local
li., Tho Legislature has now beforo It
H measure for meeting the needs ot
tho Territory for immigration
The men of means who liae made
Jlhelr money In Hawaii and are look
jng for now fields of Investment
Uould use u share of t,hclr surplus
PAYABLE IN ADVAHC1.
rr Sit Montiu m .n
P Vnr, nywrire In U S I.oo
Pel Yr, anrKhfre In Canada .. I. flu
PtrVtai ixxtiiald, forciRi 3.oo
Entered at the rottoffice al Honolulu
an artnml flat matter.
FEBRUARY 20, 1009
In the ngrlcuHurat-bank proportion,
,mong nil tho obstacles which Mr
Newell points out tlicro Is none that
ennnot be overcome If tho peoplo will
grapple each problem with n determi
nation to win, backed by progressive
SAYS MOTION VIEWS
Poi Eating Contest Is
The llonlnc motion pictures, show
ing somo Hawaiian going through
the process of pyl-entlng In n greatly
exaggerated manner, do not meet
with tho approval of Hawnllans. At
the exhibition given Inst night on
tho Hotel Young roof, ono prominent
Hawaiian became so angered nt what
ho terms the slander on his people
that he left the hall.
"1 think It disgraceful thnt such
cnes should be allowed to go forth
as Oplcal of Hawaii," said tho ob
jector this morning. "It will give
the Impression that we of Hawaii nro
savages. Why, tho scenes showing
an old man wtllowlng In a pot cala
bash like a pig simply disgusted me.
"Ot course the mallhlnls laughed;
It was comical to them. To nie It
was a slander on my people which I
could not countenance, and I left tho
"I consider most of the pictures
beautiful things. The Volcano scenes
are superb, but I fall to see whnt can
be gained by allowing views to go
out which create the Impression thnt
Hawallans are a race of pigs.
"I am not alone In the stand ihat
I have taken. 1 knov of ninny prom
inent Hnwallans who feel as I do,
and I ennnot believe thnt tlicro was
n Hawaiian Hcprcsentntlvo or Sena
tor present last night who did not
feel hurt nt the slander on his peo
ple." DIST. ATTY. JACK
JOT A DRAW
Chok Pak nnd Tom Knl, who hail
Issued cross-warrants against ono
i.nother for assault with a. sledgo-
hnmmcr, were both discharged this
morning by Judgo Andrnde, who te-
mnrked that there had been somo
tall lying on both sides. Tho troublo
seems to hno stnrtcd by ono of tho
defendants trlng to collect nn al
leged debt. A. U. C. Atkinson anil
H. M. Watson appeared In tho caso
on opposite sides. Judgo Andrado
called tho case, tta use a sporting ex
pression, "a draw."
This morning's selon of tho Atch
crley trlnl was but a repetition of
what took placo during the hearing
beforn the Police Magistrate. Dr.
Umerson was called to tho stand, nnd
wns put through a gruelling crosi
exninlnation by I)r. Atcherley.
Particularly did Atcherley dwell
upon whnt constitutes tho symptoms
of Insanity, nnd ho tried In all ways
to mako Kmorson contradict himself.
Tho cross-examination was almost
wholly along technical lines, nnd tho
trial attracted little attention.
Major Joo Kern was nn lulcicstcd
spectator nt tho session ot tlio I cgls
laturo this morning. Ho sat In tho
back part ot tho room, tnklug mental
notes on how to control nn unruly body
of law makers, nnd It Is oxpected thnt
something will drop on tho belligerent
Suppnlsors tho next tlfne one of lliem
demands, lenpectfully once, twlco and
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Hoom Phone 185,
In the iuburb
house, of 5 rooms with
ants' quarters barn
chicken yard Lot
100 x 200. House and
'Out-buildings are al
omst new. The prop-
,crty will be sold on
very easy terms. If you
have been looking for
exceptional b a r
gains, this is what you
should inquire about.
Property cost $4800;
will be sold for $2500.
Trent Trust Co.,
President Joseph Smith
And Party Are
"I nm glad to be down here again
to sec the people ot the Islands.
While I have no particular subject
to Bpenk of that might bclntcrestlng
to the local people, I may be ublo lb
say n fewlnterestlng things on Sun
day, whcli I address the congregation
of the Mormon church. I shall Bpeak
in the Hawaiian Innguage,"
Hev. Joseph 1'. Smith, president
nnd prophet of the Mormon belief,
made the above statement this morn
lug ulien Inti'iWcucd aboard the
Alameda, He Is accompanied by Mrs.
Smith and daughters. Klilcr S. K.
Woolloy, head of the Mormon settle
ment, and thirteen others, came to
gether with him. At tho whnrf, Prcs
Idcnt Smith and party were met by
n local delegation of Mormons who
presented them with lets.
During their stay here, President
Smith nnd family will be the guests
ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Abrnhnm Fernandez.
This afternoon, provided1 the weather
Is agieeable, there will bo n grand
lunu glvon In honor ot President
Smith nnd party.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Collcgo Hills: u isnoo property
Ilcach lot at Kaalnwal, 100 ft.
frontage, aioa 1 aero
Punpuco Tract, llulldlng lot,
corner I.'nst Manon Ito.id and
Hillside Ave., 17,000 sq. ft....
Kalmuki. 120,000 en., ft., 8 lots,
cleared and fenced. .Prlco $2600
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED, BY. ONE
vAi'2'jltf TMicr pnMOANvl
AND 'HONOLULU'S MAYOR
"I thought when I was Major of
Fiesno that 1 hard a hard time," said
ex-Mayor W. Parker Lyon to a IYcs
no reporter In a reminiscent mood,
"but whllo on my visit to Honolulu
decided thnt my path wns strewn
with roses compared with thnt ot
His Honor, tho Major of that city.
"Harmony? Well, there Is har
mony, but harmony, because the May
or Is powerless nnd the" Board of Su
pervisors nro of tho satno political
complexion. Tho Mayor Is a Portuguese-!
Inwnllan, elected by tho
masses ns n Democrat nnd presides
over n Republican board ot Super
visors. A member arises, makes n
motion, tho Maj-or refuses to put It,
another member puts tho question,
nnd tho motion Is .carried, Har
mony suro tlicro Is hnrmonj-.
"As for criticism, practically oV
ery newspnper In tho city uses Its
space on dull dnj's In exposing tho
Incompetence nnd weakness of thn
city's chief executive, his personal
affairs, and oven clothes. Tho busi
ness sectlurl dcclnrcs that ho Is n fool,
society disregards him, but tho mass
es idolize him, 9
"Just nn oxamplo of tlio newspa
"Tho Kolinla Midget," Issued by
tho Hoys' C. E. Club of that district,
for I'cbruary 19, saj-s:
To have seen Mr. Elgin, Mr. Hind,
nnd the other passengers for Hono
lulu on I'rldny, being carried to tho
boats, al Halawa, on tho backs of na
tles, would have been almost os
funny as somo of tho passages In
"Pauline." The Mnunn Ken did not
land nt Mnhuko'na on account of tho
Our printing outfit arrived In Ho
nolulu on tho Lurllno nnd wo hopolo
hno it hero by next s'teamcr.
Wo congrntulnto tho Kohala Tel
ephone Company on the excellent
manngement that enabled It to de
clare n scml-nnnuni C per cent, divi
dend nt Its recent nnnitnl meeting.
Mr. John Hind was re-elected presi
dent, E. C. ISond vice president, G.
P. Tulloch sccretnry-trca8urcr, V. 1
McDougal! auditor. Messrs. J. Hall
nnd A. Mason wero cho3en directors
for three jenrs. .
Tho Kolinla Choral Socletj-, which
Is to render tho operetta "Paulino" In
Kohala hull Saturday evening, has
been gnd to welcome to Its rchears
nls threo of Its members of earlier
j ears Miss Atkins and .Mr and Mrs.
Tulloch. Two new members, Mr.
Nnlpo nnd Mr. Kcfrj-. hae been pre
ented from taking part In tho oper
cttn, much to the regret of nil, by
throat troubles. Two stars, John
HI ml and A. Mnsou, arc prevented
from taking part hj unavoidable bus
iness in Honolulu, Mr. Hind serving
on tho Federal Jury. Miss Kcnwl,
bclng nt Puuhiil, Is so too fnr away
to attend rehearsals. Miss Ilattlo Is
on duty ut the Seminary, nnd Miss
Clark's regrettable Illness may pre
vent her nppearanco, though we nro
glad to say that sho Is now conva
lescent. Tho Kolinla Ranch held Its annual
meeting last Satnrda Frank Woods
was reelected president, Mrs. Heck
ley first lro president. Mr. Tulloch
secretary nnd treasurer, nnd Mr. Idf-
Miss Clark of tho Seminary nnd
Misses Illcknell Mid Cllrvln of Mnkn
pnla School enjoyed n week-end at
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hind's, Miss Clark
wns much benefitted by tho cliango
and expects to icsutno'ncr duties on
Monday. Sho Is still at tho Hinds'
Mr. Elgin nnd Robert llond wero
recently entertained nt Punnhou.
rTho Choral Union owes much to
Mr. Vnughn for tho efficient manner
In which ho tins brought tho operetta
bc'foio the public In tho Honolulu
papers, ns well as for tho hand-bills
For tho first time slnco Fob. 10,
190.1, Hnleakal.i was covered with
snrJw on Feb (i after tho great thun
dcrstoim, and since then tho loflec
tlon of the morning sun has been a
grand spectacle, Mnuna Ken, too,
may bo teen In Its white nightcap
down thuMahuknna mad.
Mr,, and Mrs, A'jlrMCT 9atno Wed
White Goods, etc.
ON SALE MONDAY, MARCH 1ST,
AT 8 A, M.
per criticism. Tho Mayor had n set
ot vest buttons jnnde of tho bones of
nn nncestor, and tho senro heads np
pcarcd, tlicn editorials. Ho wns mi
nus a few teeth, visited tho family
tomb, Bpfcd a couplo of perfctit mo
lars In the Jny of ono of tho depart
ed, yanked them out, took them to n
dentist, nnd now wears them with
tho greatest comfort. It was tho slg
nnl for another outburst of patriotic
grief and rage n'gnlnst tho foibles of
tho Mayor, 'who was dcgradlpg tlio
high otneo'.' ,
"When 1 casunlly questioned him
in regard to tho matter, he seemed
surprised nt being queried In regard
to a matter thnt to him seemed so
trivial, nnd Bald, 'They nro mine,
aren't they? lt's'my nffnlr, Isn't It?
What businesses It of nny ono clso?'
"As to chnrtcr, well, If Fresno had
tho same charier, cither anything
could go on tho ballot, or nothing nt
nil, foj It's about tho weakest thing
t ever raw. its provisions cmbruro
nbout halt pt thoso In nny cl,ty chnr
tcr, nnd Honolulu lias a problem
Hint requires a chnrtcr bigger than
that of almost any city In the coun-
nesday to tako up their nbndo here.
W'elcomo to all wo have. Tho bunk
safe Is on the ground nnd tho vault
Mrs, Ilryant nnd two children go
to Honolulu Friday.
Senator Palmer Woods and Spenk
cr Holstcln are in their scats in the
We congratulate Dr. llond on again
being nblV to get Into his buggy with
out a step-ladder nnd torture.
1 1 oca Mill Is erecting tho smoke
stack of a now nine-roller mill. Tues
day It started grinding tiny and
Mr. Eldrldgo Is erecting nn Opcia
I foil so on Main street, Hawllll
"Chllkoot Ike, from tho Cold Klon
dike," will tako part In tho operetta
Saturday night. They arc keeping
film on Ice.
Somo more "Midget" stock wns
sold last week. Two plantation man
ngeis, tjvo superintendents of other
enterprises, n piofesslonnl man, it
head lunn, and several Indies nro
nmong tho stockholders. Thero Is a
little stock left.
"Joo" Gum nvcis that ho Is afraid
of thunder nnd lightning, hut likes
"nice little earthquakes."
Tho Convention of Congregntlonal
Churches of Hawaii meets In tho Ha
waiian Church hero March IT.
Reservoir Six, Hawl, has Just been
Helios" Jangled promiscuously over
tho crossed wires, nftcr tho Konn, but
Manager Tulloch soon "took the kinks
opt of 'em."
Two hundred bags of Biigar wero
damaged at Hnnolpii in tho Into storm.
TEN YEARS OF ECZEMA
Reports on eczema dating back 10
years show tho valno ot external tronb
mnt. Tho Honolulu Drug Co. of this
city, can tell nny suffcrcrwlut reports
they havn been getting from patients
who used oil of vlntergtcen, thymol
nnd glyccrlno In liquid form, ns com
pounded in I). I). 1). Picscrlptlon. It
would ho Interesting to know whether
nny person curcl ns much ns 10 yesrs
ago lias had another touch of tho dis
ease. Rut nro they gool? Nownrk Ncwb,
An elephant In New York tho other
day slezed a pitchfork from his keep
er's hands and tried to bent him with
tho Instrument. Why doesn't Senator
Tillman Bwear out nn Injunction? At-
If Hnbson wants war, let him try his
hnml ntth Hammcrstcln. Florida
Cups and Saucers
, for engagement presents glad
den the heart of eve'ry pros
We have them in all sizes
and at all prices.
A stroll through our China
ware Department will be en
joyed by you.
li. F. Wichman & Co.
Tlip Three Finest Bran,cls
CONTinUOUS DRIVING $5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3PERnOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM COo UPWARD .
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-thc-Island" and Long
Runs. Efficient, Driven. Best Cars, such as
STODDARD - DAYTONS 7-SEATED
POPE - HARTPORDS 5-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
OE0 S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
We repair any mike of autos. We employ the best
mechanics in the Islanl Server Bros.
jipecial attention given to the care of Privnte Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
urn mHMiini in
KODAKS, and VEL0X
Just Arrived by S.S. Pleiades
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
A savings depositor
who has a steadily
growing account in our
"I save every dime I
have in my-pocket at
night. Sometimes I
have none, sometimes
four or Ave. My ac
count now amounts to
There are many S7S
' terns of saving. The
main thing 'is to save
regularly. Our small
savings banks help you
do this. Ask for one
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Judd Dulldlnn, Fort and
Capital and Surplus
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
?4l NUUANU ST.
wing chong co
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc AU kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made 1't
jjflgr'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimca Plains ia
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimca Home of Mr. David
rorbes, late Manager of Kukuihaclc,
is now in tho hands of Mr. II. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAH
P. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
and painted ,
THEN SEE US.
W. w; Wright Co..
King Street near South
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA
i McTighe Favorite
Ihe Best Whiskey on the Market.
l'HOS. F. McTIGHE & CO,. A0EN1S.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
'185 editorial, rooms 250 kuaj'
ness office. These nro thetelephono
numbers of the Bulletin of.'lcc.