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EVENINO BUIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., MONDAY. MARCH 29; 1909.
ff A1LT awl WEEKLY Published b) BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO LTD
; At 120 Kirtg Street, Hoanhh. Territory of Hawaii. ''
f tlj titrt day estf pt Sunday Weeklj hsued on Tuesday of erh wwV.
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CIRCULATION LAHQS3T OF ANT
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Ifl 1 Editorial Rooms,
, A C.l.3USne8S Office,
Mr. llarrlmun's return to tho Kast
shows that the gnmo will not let htm
ititt It, though he would gladly let
Ilcprc!cntatho Cohen nppcnrs to
have used tho liquor hill ns a means
for attempting to regain tho prcstlgo
lost on the Immigration law:
Patronize, the Investments that nro
offering In Hawaii. Our enterprises
have a surer futuro than all the for
eign street rallwaji and far-off "In
dustrial ventures In Christendom.
The depositary bill Is well ndvnnc
cd on Its legislative way nnd should
bo kept moving. Tho pl.iu of keep
ing coin locked up In tho Territorial
'Pritnitirv la tin nnnlnnt tri llv.i nnv
Treasury Is too ancient to live any
If the business men of this city '
and Territory will unlto In tho poI-
ley of Investing their money In tho
enterprises of Hawaii, they will bo
tho means of doubling the present
prosperity and also making money at
It has been said that the San Fran
Cisco forces of draft will dn nnv
thing. This was proved when Heney
was shot. Now that they bavo tried
or succeeded In stealing the evidence
of the Prosecution. It Is further dom-
onstrated that they aro forever keep-
lng at it. wjunucreu.
i it this is what Dr. Clegg has done.
It Is all right for tho Legislators American medical Bclenco will have
to bar tho lobbyists from ther halls, another great accomplishment to Its
Hut when thoy begin to complain of ereillt.
petitions and nsk that they shall not '
be bothered with such documents, It THE SUBSIDY FIGHT.
Is about time the coniplalners went
to school and learned where the Plainly enough, this effort to bo
Amcrlcan Government places tho cure shipping subsidies Is going to
tight of petition. b0 l)rcsscd unU, u w,ns
A noteiTmalnland reformer, after' Usbt or wrong, it Is a condition
becoming thoroughly acquainted with whlch confronts us. Other nations
Hawaii, said: "It's no use. Thcro subsidize steamship lines In order to
are no common people in Hawaii, encourage commerce abroad and to
There is no middle ground. A man develop their merchant marines. K
here must be either a missionary or ihe Unltctl sta,ca lB to accomplish
n hoodlum," Wo will not divulge these results ll must employ tho camo
which side of It ho chose, but thcro methols.
U no doubt that tho opponents nnd A" wcl abandon tho policy of pro
lndlffercnt supporters of the public ,cctloa wllen n" ,llB world u buiw
schools are doing their utmost to '" ,arlft wa"8 hl8ier 8ml n,Khcr'
build up a community of hoodlums wi try ,0 8,Bnd nIono against tho
In Hawaii. .commercial world, as to try to de-
, vclop merchant marlno without sub-
Thoy aro lajlng tho blamo on At- Mle when everybody clso pays
torney Ocnernl Bonaparte for tho thera- It Is simply a question of whe
oscapc of Standard Oil from Us 129,- 1Iier tho "hipping Is worth what It
000,000. fine. One dispatch says wl" cost. Philadelphia Evening
that when Judgo Anderson called on Times,
the attorneys of the Government for . '
argument on certain points of law The raan who thinks that tho fight
raited by tho defendants, thoy wore for tho American merchant marine Is
unprepared. This .puts a clincher a los'nK game docs not count with
to the general comment that Mr. ,ho power of detcrminod Americans
Bonaparte wasn't very much anyway. to lrlnB about results. The ship
And the people will believe it when subsidy measure will not die. Tho
Mr. Wlckcrsham shows himself to bo
better able to chase criminal wealth.
Men who want tin, Hnwnllan n rVw P01nl w"h pride to the fact that
to tho Chinaman for education will
probably bo found ns tho backers of
tho movement to reduce tho school
ago and cut down tho teachers' sal-,
nrles; Isn't that a lovely record to'
pass on to the Federal Government,
which has so liberally ondowed a Col-
lego of Agriculture nnd Mochanlc
Arts, tho primary purpose of which
should bo here, us It is ,olsewhcro. to
rea"ch out and assist tho people? And I
i. mnnv i..,i.,. ..in .,., i.-.
this liberally endowed colleger, If tho'T'T. nro maa? "? ,thlB rUah'ns', ln,
common schools nro treated with dustrial, commercial ago who look
ncorn and tho Hnwallaus aro told
fn l-n n llm nhlnnnmn fnr nrtrnHnn7
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t- V THE ANNUAL SESSIONS.
' Every argument advanced by
Speaker -Holsteln In favor of annual
sessions of tho Leglslaturn can bo met- from this degrading view of truo ed
by tho present Legislature, If It will ucatlon, but ho will not now discuss
pass Us laws In such form tllat Its tho questlun as to tho scopo und sub
orders will either bo carried 6ut or Ject-mattor of real education, but
tho executive officers pay n heavy
Mr. Holstoln says Hint tho execu
'tlvo'ofllcerH pay no attention to tho
Leglslaturo after It adjourns, Thoy
overrun the appropriations und ho ot John Hopkins University, now
forth, Thoro will bo no dllllctilly imiDeun of IIih History nnd Economlo
thlskscoro (jftlie LegWjature will Departments of alio State University
PAYABLE EN ADVANOl.
Per 51k MoiiIm s tBo
Per Year, nhreliiUS I.oo
Pel Year, anywhere In Canada... I. So
PcrYear pottpald, lorciia a.oo
tumid it the roatoffice 11 Honolulu
i arcond cla.i rattler.
i. . . . MARCH 29, 1809
for tho public placo a penalty on expenditures ci
ther not authorized or to which the
Legislature, It In session, would ob
ject. Whether members of the Legisla
ture shall be returned or not Is up
to tho people, who nro very much op
posed to annual sessions.
The recent experiences with burg
lars Is n reminder that the pollco
have not yet discovered the burglar
who escaped with a broken head and
left his hat and shoes to further as
sist In his apprehension.
DR. CLEQQ'S DISCOVERY.
If tho eablo from Manila states the
whole truth, the discovery of Dr.
Clegg of (ho Philippines will be ono
of the greatest victories over death
According to at least one group of
scientists In speaking of anything
,c,e,n,tMte tnf Uas " wc t0
J"""' ?? ,thcro '" l,,uJ?"jr Bm,c?no
to Immediately charge that what tho
''cr " cannot bo scthoVcat
"" reaching the bottom of
leprosy's mysteries has been the In-
ability to separate tho bacillus and
cultlvato It. They have claimed that
onco this bacillus can bo definitely
Isolated and developed In cultures, It
w D6 posa'oio to proceed against
the disease In tho same successful
manner that plague, tuberculosis,
diphtheria, typhoid, and kindred bac-
topological curses have been met and
American merchant marlno will not
bo allowed to go to destruction. Tho
day Is not far distant when Hawaii
whcn tno Proposition was made to
tnrow tlllB Territory open to foreign
shP" thlg Territory stood with the
fflDDri ATMIU RETUEPrtl
bUnllLLil 1 lUll DLInLLll
Fill CATION kM WFA TH
LUUUflllUll flllU Ul.iss.lss
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Hor Evonlng Ilulletln:
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, "n't in tho production of Wealth
, .,,,. ,, ,.,
uiin wuuiiurtui UCIHK, Willi Ull Ilia
varied faculties, capacities, emotions.
and Imaginations as a bread-and-butter
machlno simply "pig philoso
phy," as Carlylo calls it.
The writer of this totally dissents
will show thnt It the ond ot all edu
cation bo an economic one, then It Is
wise to bo lavish In the means for
tho education of the young.
Professor Hlclmrd T, Ely, formerly
I Trent Trust Co., Ltd. I
Home for Sale
A house of 2 bedrooms, par
lor, dining-room, kitchen, and
pantry. lot is GO x 132, sit
uate in Paloma, 100 feet from
King street $1300.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
of Wisconsin, has collected a vast
array of statistics from every coun
try of Europe, and from every com
monwealth of tho United States as
to the amount of money por capita
dovotcd In each country or common
wealth to tho education of Its chil
dren. HE FINDS THE MOST DIIIECT
IlELATION BETWEEN THE
AMOUNT OP MONEY 8PENT UPON
EACH CHILD'S EDUCATION AND
THE TOTAL WEALTH OP THAT
STATE, 'AS CERTAIN AS BE
TWEEN THE LAW OP CAUSE AND
Those States that spend tho larg
est amount of money por capita on
each child aro far tho wealthiest
Massachusetts has about tho samo
population as Ocorgla, with not n
tithe of Georgia's resources; yet tho
former Is fifteen times wealthier than
Wisconsin or Iown may bo, In llko
manner, contrasted with Arkansas
with llko results.
Professor Ely aleo finds tho samo
Bort of relation subsisting betwoon
wealth and taxation.
THE WEALTHIEST AND MOST
pnoaiiEssivE states ahe al
ways THE HIGHEST TAXED
The rationale of this seeming par
adox is plain, to those who look bo
irtnth the surface of things, 'but I
shall not tako your space to discuss
Honolulu, March 29, '0. '
Alopall Street $25.
FURNISHED COTTAGE -"
Kaplolanl St. (For Adults Only)
Cor. Tllkol and Wilder Ave. $35,
Two bargains In MANOA VALLEY
EIGHT I0TS AT KAIMUKI
A Good Buy!
COB. F0BT AND MERCHANT ST8,
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED B7 ONE
Editor Evonlng Hullo tin:
Would )ou kindly rgant mo n Uttlo
of tho Hu.l f,c"t'l n 's valuablo space.
to oxposo andkcommcnt on a few ax
ioms! ' ,
t Hapld And cheap transporta
tion aro vltnl o the development of
2 Individual and companies can
not wait jtlong time for Interest on
3 Governments can, and do, wait
in view ot tho futuro.
This being accepted, I concludo:
That the Legislature of 1909 would
put Itself on record by adopting the
principle (1) That tho Government
can build and run railroads and
steamships; (2)That It can guaran
tee a fixed Interest to the capital en
cflced ln certnln rAllrnndii nr ntffnm-
.ships; that Is' par; tbo difference, It
thcro bo.- nny, betwoen tho benefit
mado, by said railroad or steamship
companies and tho Interest duo on
the. capital engaged.
Tho- ownership and tho running
of railroads and steamships has prov
ed to be a sourco ot larco revenuo to
the Statd, and ot considerable ben
efit to the public. In many coun
Tho guarantee given to railroads
and steamships has resulted In other
countries' id such a development ot
ngrlculture, commerce and Industry,
that after very few years no subsidy
had to bo paid.
HODlnc that, these Ideas will have
the earnest attention of our Solons,
I subscribe myself.
Tito BONO PUBLICO.
IN THE POLICE COURT
Tho revenue of tho Territory was
Increased by $100 In tho Police Court
this morning. Okayama, a Japan
ese, was fined by Judgo Andrado for
selling booze without a license, and
the defendant dug up and paid his
fine, plus the costs of court.
Koloho (w) was given thirty days
for "boozing" and making n rough
house. J. McCannon, a well-known
character, was sent to the reef on
tho chargo ot vagrancy. Mr. and
Mrs. Achl (not the attorney) wero
up for assault and battery. Their
case and thdt ot tho Garclaa, Porto
Means," wero put off until tomorrow.
John rtlcbnrd Gllllland, a veteran
machinist In' tho employ ot the Ho
nolulu Iron Works, died curly yes
terday morning, the result ot a stroko
of paralysis which he suffered Thurs
day afternoon. Gllllland had' been
employed by the Honolulu Iron
Works for more than thirty-flvo
years, and was well known In this
city. Funeral services were, held at
the Roman'"Cath6lic Cathedral yes
terday afternoon. ,
CONSUL GENERAL '
(Continued From Face 1)
asked to do so, Twill not tako partjn
the discussion, without first receiving
Instructions from my government.
"You know," continued ho, "whetu
i was in tno united states, I learned
many things, which I am thankful for.
Tho people thoro are sincere In their
ways and It la thorcforo necessary for
thoso going (hero to be sincere
"Tho Japanese do not Intend to In
tcrfero'Wlth tho rights ot othors."
Mr. Nagal Is generally well llkcd.
During hh stay hero, ho andMrs. Na
gal will be guests of the local Consul
FINE WELCOME FOR
'Continued from Pan t)
The Japanese on Hawaii are plan
nln, gto send down a representative
to ask Admiral Ichljl to send to Hllo
at least ono of the cruisers, bo they
can entertain tho offlters there. Tho
representative will arrive hero In tho
Claudlno on Thursday. .
A package containing $2S,O0O In-
negotiable securities was picked up
In a San Francisco dry goods store a
few days ago by J. L. Samuels. Tho
papers are ln a deposit vault await
lng an owner.
Ambassador White has communi
cated to tho French Qflvernmcnt
Washington's Invitation to send a
delegate to tho International congress
on natural resources to be held nt
Tho Hague noxt Scptombor,,
THURSDAY, APRIL 1ST
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
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on tho war. I
tried three differ
cnt doctors and
cach'told mo some
thing different. I
from nny of 'them,
but seemed to suf
fer more. The Us t
doctor said noth
ing would restore
my health. 1 began
taking: L,vdla E. Plnkham's Veiretamo
.Compound to see what it would do.
inu 4 am resioreu to my natural
health." Mrs. Etta Donovan, Box
269. Wlllimantic, Conn.
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standard re mod y for female Ills, and
suffering women owe It to themselves
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Proof is abundant that it has; cured
thousands of others, and why should It
not euro you?
AT COLLEGE OF HAWAII
A formal reception for tho faculty
nnd students of tho Col lego of Hawaii
was given last Saturday evening "un
der tho auspices ot tho ladles of the
Miss Hunt gave a lecture on Ha
waiian art. Shb told how tho 11a
wallnns In ancient times without
metals or precious stones were ablo
to mako'mdny beautiful and useful
articles. Sho also spolto ot the beau-(
i.iui iwiuiurviu..., , -
After tho reception, light refresh
ments wero 'served "under tho super
vision ot Mrs. Herman Ilabson and
Mrs. 11. E rortcr.
REFORM SCHOOL BOY
SMOKED OUT OF REFUGE
- f s
Yesterday, whilst a pollco officer
was convoying a youth back to tho
Reform school, from which placo he
had escaped, tho lad sprang through
tho open window ot tho train and dart
ed 'into somo bushes. Tho train had
Just pulled out ot the Kawalaloa depot
when tho boy escaped. Tho 'policeman
at onco-'followcd, although tho train
was running at about twelve miles an
AYhon tho train returned to Kawal
loa. Deputy 8herlff Cox and tho pollco
man had trio boy In custody. It ap
pears thnt tho tail hid in a dry bush
and tulo field, and the officers had to
smoko him out by setting flro to tho
Tho new official roster of the offi
cers ot tho Trans-Mlsslsslppl Com
mercial Congress contains tho names
of Secretary H. V. Wood ot tho Pro
motion Committee. Wood Is a mem
ber of tlio Congrcsslpnal Qpnfmlttee,
ono of tho most important ot the
standing committee's oX tho Congress.
Made to Order. Special de
signs submitted on request.
Orders for 'Wax Eeali and
Commercial Die Work re
ceive Prompt Attention at our
11. F. Wichman & Co.
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