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.EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, MAR. 1C, 1909
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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESI.
Walluco R. Pnrrlnjjton, - - Editor
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TUESDAY MARCH 10. 1009
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.lolin fl Woolley tins left tin- Pro- j
lilbltion iai t . Ills leuson, na lu:b-
llshed In mainland papers. In that
tlieie Is no furthci Held for the par-'.
ty. Tor this ho will mi doubt be
Utterly hssnlled ns n deserter nnd
false friend to Mime ot his fellow-
countrymen. Hut this does not nee-
cssaiily establish the Justice ot su i
n charge. Since they will appreciate
this, why may not tomo of our gtud should bo done businessmen of Hn
cltlgcns liao the same men1 .ire of i wall In giving them uu oppoitunlty
toleration for those having soiuowhnt I to appeal to it court for Justice na It
different views from theirs on the ! is that trust companies and Honor
local liquor question nnd what tho
present Legislature should do?
RETRENCHMENT AND PROMOTION.
The I'l tin nee Commltteo of the
lloiif.0 should outline Its policy.
11 mil the general drift of legisla
tive comment, the Bulletin chaws
the conclusion that the vote of Mon
day In defeating the appropriation
for the Promotion Committee w-.u In
fiilllllment of u plan of the llnaucicru
of the Legislature to reduce tne ex-
penses or the Territorial (love mm'! nt
Mid bring the expcm.es within the
Thcro nre two ways for tho I'l
riinco Committeemen to work: Tlicy
may plnn a general scheme nnd ub
mlt It to the public for discussion
nnd thus gauge public opinion. Or
thoy can have this schema under
their hats and gradually develop it
by springing siu.li unexpected eenn-
ciinlcs ns the Piomotlon Committee
tut, to seo how tho public takes It.
This paper believes In playing the
opsn game In legislative matters.
If tho members of tho Legislature
contemplate providing enough money
for tho Hoard of Health to relieve
tho community of the voluntary tou
nago tax and enablo the appllcatlin
of nil this fund to promotion work,
there can bo no serious objection to
tho elimination ot tho Promotion. It ,oea Ilot ncrcl,he tho number of
Committee Item. . saloons, nor does It open the door to
If this Is not their plan. If Promo-' ach nn increase. The matter of np
tlon work is tit bo cut off entirely,! , eai iu 'which to much attention Is
nnd health emergencies are to do- given. Is confined solely to those who
pend on the tonnage "ax, as in uaji'have built up a business under the
gone by, the people ought to know it.
On general principles this paper
believes In vigorous retrenchment In
nil Tenltorl.il departments whose
ivork Is duplicated or can be done by
the Counties. This means tlint we
iio not approve tho reduction In tho
sulnrlos of the public school teach
ers. Hut before the people can net In
telligently on the various mutters
tlint come bcfoie the Legislature,
they must bo Informed of tho gen
eral policy of tlio Legislative leaden..
We know what they nro driving at.
To render intelligent asalstnnco, tho
people niitBt have Borne knowledge ot
tho details of how they expect to get
STRICT CONSTRUCTION 'AND THB
Senator Knlrchlld refused to sign
tho report of the Ways and Means
Committee amending the law relnthe
to sureties In liquor cases because,
according to his Idea, he Is pledged
agaliiBt nny change In the liquor
Hero we have an example of whut
even the temperance people will con
fclder an extieme view, and their ut
tltudo on this proves with what In
justice other members of the Legis
lature nro being attacked In connec
tion with other amendments thut will
I'uttlier ported the picscnt liquor
Senator I'airchlld Is decidedly a
strict constructionist, and so rccog-j
nlzed. '.'It 'another Republican does
not happen to bo In the same class,
that It Is not good causo for putting
him on the slate as an Imp ot tho
, When this bill for the amendment
of tho section of the liquor law re
lating to the contiol of sureties In
handling the liquor tratllc first caiuo
before tho public, there was no gieat
outcry ugnlnst It, no appeal to tho
platform, no charge of bad fnltli.
Vet It was n change of tho law,
nnd, according to tho Knlrchlld In
terpretation, nn entering wedge, per
haps to upset tho party, the law,
pud nil else. 0
Pcr51i.Moiitiis S Ho
Par Yr, anywhere In US I.oo
Pel Year, anywhere lu Canada .. I. Bo
Per Year postpaid, (oreiti t 3.oo
This bill wns ncccptod as nil nmclid
incut tlint would perfect tlio liquor
law; conseiiuently allowed to pass
Dicing without serious opposition or
The other bill now before the Sen-
iiti - should be considered In the same
light, and If good Judgment prevails
we belleo It will be.
dt Is ns Important that Justice
dealers shnll not be put to untieccs
snr trouble In the ptcp.iratlon ot
And when men take tills view of It
they tut: no more dishonest nnd no
morn dangerous to the community, no
less loyal to tlio principles ot their
party, than the strict construction
ists. That Is tho fact of the case
despite that nil our fcllow-cltlzens
find themselves unable to accept It
We repent that the presentation of
tile liquor problem In this l.eglslntuie
ha8 OUKi,t forward a condition that
imibt be dealt with practically, nnd
not entirely on theory. The 11 it I -I
e 1 1 n certainly has not urged liq
uor legislation at this session, Hut
now It Is hero and Incidents have
arisen, since tlio campaign nnd
election, "In the administration ot the
luor lnw which In tho esteem of
:lils paper Indicate the weakness ot
Ile present law and Justify tho very
:ew amendments offered, the proper
tnnd. Is for further perfection of tho
This paper has yet to see an ad
verse analysis of the bill reported to
the Senate by the Ways nnd Moans
Committee. It Is without n "Joker"
so fnr as tho ordinary run of citizens
can determine, 'it carries more ex
act definitions nnd corrects fnults
that have been mentioned by tho
chairman ot tho Oahu Commission.
laws fit the Tcnitnry and should
therefoio be entitled to a hearing in
tho courts of tho country when tin eat
ened with the lulu ot that business
by nn arbitrary liquor hoard exer
cising all the privileges of despot
Taking everything into considera
tion, the proposed amendments now
before the Legislature glvo promise
of making the picsent excellent law
far better, and heading off n general
levlslnn and consequent upheaval
two yenrs hence.
It wns hoped tlint he liquor ques
tion would be entirely absent from
the legislative list this year. This
cannot he. Slnco this is so, wo be
lieve It fortunate that the changes
can be kept within such narrow Urn
Tho sooner tho Ways and Means
liquor hill Is passed through the Sen
ate the better. There Is more Impor
tant legislation which it should not
be allowed to complicate.
KAUAI NEWS NOTES
1'LKBLK, Kauai, March 12. Rain
has como at Inst and In torrents.
Work has been suspended on both
Mcllryde and Mnknwell plantations
for two days.
Tho steamship Arlzonan could not
load sugar and the barkentlno Mnkr
well had to quit unloading freight
for want of dry weather, or to nwalt
tho Arlznnnn's departure,
W. A. Kinney Is ugnin a visitor nt
Wuhlnwa. Ills presence seems to ut
wajs fotc.li rain.
Get a move on, you legislator?, and
pats that Immigration nnd Conserva
tion bill. Every soul alive lu Ilnvnll
needs Its success; Kauai Is sure of
her sons always.
Tho skull ot L. R. Radermachcr has
been located and Is now In tho posses
sion of Deputy Slim III. Itoso. A largo
nolo shows In the top of the skull and
seems to indicate tho spot where the
bullet mndo Kb exit. The skull was
returned by n bov who had added It to
his curio collection. The bkull was
.found by Former Detective McDufflic,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
GORGEOUS TROPHY TO
What Is said to ho the most valu
able Shrine umblcm In tho world was
presented to Past 1'ntcntnto Jniues II.
McF.itrlch of Mcdlnnh Temple, Chi
cago, a few weeks ngo.
Tho emblem Is In the form of a
mcdnl. On tho liar, surmounted by
it sphinx fouchnnt, appear tho words
".lames II. McFntrlch, Past Poten
tate." Pendant fiom the bar hangs
n sunburst on which the name of tlio
temple Is engraved, From tho sun
burst Is suspended the Shrine emblem
proper. In tho midst of which Is set
a gorgeous diamond ot eight unit a
The presentation was made by Putt
Potentate Clayton of Molla Temple,
St. Joseph, Mo
HONA AUTO STORY
NAPOOPOO, -Konn. Hawaii, Maich
IB. -Last week 1. Claspur's automo
bile met with .in accident which
was thought could not be repaired
without 'sending td Honolulu for n
rlinlnlst. He employed it locnl me
chanic who worked on tho auto for
several days, hut without effect.
John Luis, who does not claim to
bo a machinist, went up to the ntito
nnd looked it' over. Ho found the
fault and with a little head-work got
the machlno to run In good order,
lu fact, It Is running ns good as
when It was new.
ggg- BULLETIN Ar3 PAY
Near Town, completely furnished
cottage, two bedrooms... $40.00
Wilder Ave., Cottage, two bed'
A bargain in the Makiki District.
At Kaimuki a house and lot on
high ground. Also several lots and
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BBIDG.ED BY ONE
I Kaimuki Bargain j
Home for sale, within. 200 I
feet of car line; near top of
lull. $1850.00. Details fur- 1
nished on application of in-
terestcd parties. I
Trent Trust Co., Ltd. I
L.. m. m
OUR POSTAGE RIGHT
Letters From 'London
And Washington On
' New Rale
I i.anor k v e u l II g u u i i e c i u ;
These letters lire self-explanatory.
Publish them If you wish and return
to V. I. McDOl'UALL.
January ilOlh, 1300.
Sir;-1-Referring to jour communi
cation of the 2i)th ultimo i dative to
the clicunistnuco thut the Arrange
ment recently concluded between the
I fulled Kingdom of Great lit Hnln mid
Ireland nnd the L'lilted Stutes for tho
I reduction of tho letter into of poJt
ngo between the two countries does
not extend to Hawaii, I have to in
form you that at tho lime of the con
clusion of said Arrangement It was
the wish of tho Ilrltish Ol'leo that It
should upply only to the States nnd
Territories of tho United States on
This Department assented to the
wish of tho Ilrltish Oilier nt the time,
hut hnR subsequently urgently pro
posed to the Ilrltish Olllce that tho
Arrangement bo nindo to extend to
Hawaii, nnd is now nwaltlng a reply
fiom that onice.
It Is hoped Hint the Ilrltish Offlco
will ngree to our propornl, in which
event public nollco thereof will ho
Second Assistant Postmaster (lenernl.
(HNIHAL POST OFl'ICI. LONDON
G February. 100.
Sir: I am directed to acknowledge
tho lecelpt of your letter nf the 29th
of December Inst, In which you uigc
the extension to the Tenlt'ory ot Ha
waii of the Penny Post recently es
tablished between the I'nlted King
dom nnd the United Slates of Amer
ica, and to Inform oti that this mat
ter Is at present engaging the at
tention of Mr, Htixton nnd of tho
Postmaster General of the United
I am, sir, your obedient kervnnl,
Once every twdvo-iiioulh Instead of
but onco In two jroprJ, the legislator
will congregnte iiud JeMfiate. should
Congress seo fit to pass n law such
ns n icHolutlon, now being prepared
by Speaker Hiilstclu of tho House,
Holsteln wants tho Orgnnlc Act
changed so ns to allow tho Territorial
Lcglslntuio to convene every yeir, nnd
he Is now preparing n resolution In
that effect The tcsultitlon will short
ly he Intiodiiced by some member ot
the lower chamber
('Continued from Patre h
Cambrian and the Flora, will take
part In tho pulling contest. The In
trepid mid tho Iftiquols nnd tho
lighthouse tender Kiikul will also
throw lines to thctraiisport.
The usual hunch of suggestions rcl
ntlvo to the light and proper man
ner of getting the Logan out ot her
pllikla', weio going the rounds of tho
watcrfiont today. Tho general be
lief feocmed to ho Hint, were tho coml
feet to retain Its grasp on tho ship
even nftcr a portion ot tho cargo
lias been lemovcd, tho most satisfac
tory plan will be to dredgo around
the bow of the stinnded ship.
It is hoped, though, (Tint tho light
ening of the ship, the combined old
of tho Cambrian nnd tho Flora, nnd
the assistance of high tide, may to-
t)iilt In Moating the unfortunate tinop
Bulletin Business Oillce Phon? 250,
Bulletin Editor!"' Boom Phone 185.
Hawaiian holt buckle, ovnl ,ghnpo.
Finder letuin lo this olllce. Itc
Linen and Pique
JUST IN BY EXPRESS
Latest Eastern Models
$18,50 to $30,
Siipei Internum t of Public
Winks Campbell has convened n
boaid of ship musters In mee't, lu f
f his onice nt !l o'clock toinonow
forenoon to etnnilno applicants 4
for the pilot serilee and thus sup- f
f ply men for temporniy service.
f While this may hnve nn Indirect f
bearing on the future of Pilot
Saunders, there has been no ne
Hon taken nt the pieseul time to
-f dlvist hint of his place nH u hnr-
-f bor pilot. It Is necessary to linw t
f cui'the list qualified men who can
f serve ns pilots 111 cine of the reg-
y ular men nic forced to remain off 4
THE GAIETY GIRL-WAS
"Wllnt will tho neighbor ,i '" So
went tho cheerful llttlo ditty sung b
dulntv. bewitching llttlo Ivy Pollard
nnd her partneis Inst evening nt the
"Tho Onloty Gill" went with a swing
fiom start to finish, and both nets
weru full of good things It Is hard to
pick out a star In nn nil-star combina
tion and always excepting dainty Ivy
tho compnliy wns on u par.
The four girls who took the mnle
parts weru excellent, nnd finished net
lira, or should It bo actresses?
Teddy MacNiimara wns Immense ns
tho parson Teddy Is n second Frank
Thornton 'In tho clcrlpnl role, and
would mako a splendid 'Private Sec
Tho "Ullo" Scotchman wns a treat
to watch, and raised many n laugh.
His business was uplodntfi nnd clev
er. Tim Ind who sang the Bleeping
song surprised everyone li his np
peornnco among the audience, and n
eiy manly, self-iHisscBsed youngster
Just ns tho curtain flmlly fell, W
I). Adnins, malinger of the Opera
Iloiire, stepped onto the ntngc nnd an
nounced the tcsiilt ot the Hit lie tin
contest. The lending of the final
totals of the voting competition wns
received with great cheers. Miss de
la Nux nnd tlio rest or the glrlii weie
cheered to tho echo, nnd the greatest
Interest Wns shown In tho result Many
raiornblo comments wero made on the
cnlcrprlso of the 1 v e n I u g Hull e
1 1 ii lu getting up the contest, and the
general verdict was- "Wluit will the
neighbors say?" ll's up to the neigh
bors to go mid do likewise.
Judge Roblncon this morning ren
dered a decision In the case ot the
Walnlun Agricultural Company. Ltd.,
vs. tho Oahu Railway & Land Com
pany, n suit for J17.50l.10 brought by
tho former company as rental alleged
to be duo It from tho defendant for
grazing laud nt Knwiitloa. Tho Judgo
decides that thu plaint Iff Is entitled to
collect $2218.40 from the defendant,
nnd gives Judgment accordingly.
HAR BARREL FIRE.
A barrel of coal tar caused a flr
nlaim to he tinned lu nt 1:50 p. m
lodny. The tar which wns being heat
ed nt the Intei.-Ishitid coaling Million
caught life, hut wns put out with the
compniiy's hose without the nld of tho
""(""""For Rent" care's on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Ruggy, hnincss, nnd mnro: very
Btyllsh, fnst, perfectly sound. Ad
dress "Nero," Iliillctln olllco.
on duty if he it equipped with
one of our twelve station
watchman's clocks. If he is
remiss in his duty during the
night the clock will tell you
of it in the mornin". Call and
let us explain this clock to
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
Residents of Hawaii
PURPOSING-' to viiiit SEATTLE during the timepof the
EXPOSITION, JUNE lstTO'oCJOBE'lUGtli.will find
it" to their advantage to'call'nt the "rooms "pf the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order that assistance
may be rendered them in securing desirable hotel accom
modation, tfWM. -v
Complete information as to Hold Rates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file.
Biing them to usj we can show you how to avoid them.
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"A Prisoner of the Sea"
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numbers of the Bulletin offlco.
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Money in the bank means
a number of things:
It means confidence and self
reliance. Confidence of others
in the depositor, self-reliance
for the depositor himself.
It means thrift and econo
my; not nvaricc, for the miser
never puts money in the bank
ho wants to fiuger it.
It means that the depositor
is prepared for whatever op
portunity may come of mak
ing a paying investment.
It means that there is a
growing amount of ready cash
working day and night for
him, drawing 4!A per cent,
START SAVING MONEY
Let us give you one of our
small home banks.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Judd Building, Fort and
Capital and Surplus
Week-end tickets sold on Saturday
and Sunday over the Oahu Railway
to Halciwa cost two dollars and arc
good to return up to Monday night.
THE T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING
have moved from the Kapiolani BIdg.
H to tho Hustaco Blk.. Nos. 09-71. So.
Beretania St., opposite Sachs' Store,
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