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At 120 King Htmt, Jloaoluln, Ttrritory of TUnnIL "
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MEMBER 01 THE ASSOCIATED PRIM.
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0IX0DXATI0N LAEQ33T 0T ANT H1WPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of HawUL,
TVaJ j Editorial Rooms, - 1'85
Representative Elia Long may
liavo spoken as recklessly as did the
speaker of the House of Representa- , .. , .
tires when using the word graft. Mi.l, ""' ' 'he oport yrovo en Ire y true
Long need not have the slightest fear, hat nno,h" local ?lcalnsh ", ,no dt"
however, that he has lost standing DB ,a Brcat fnmo"n,1 lWl-corry.
with the citizens of Hawaii in gener-1 ,nB, '? an fr,om 8 and ,',orU and '
nl and the Fourth District, in partic- wa"lland,1t,to n"1 nP
ular hy reason of the report of tha ""T01 " "as8cnBer to Ua
Investigating committee. ' local fleet.
. It the good work continues, thcro
Charles King is Just the man to
11111K0 tho most o( Hawaii's cilucatlon.
nl exhibit lit Seattle
The Primary law -lias passed tho
House Now see whether tho Ilepub
II can party hag enough Influence nnd
Integrity to get It through tho Sen
ate. If the Territorial Senate wanted
to bo real wide-awake tho members
would tnko up n collection nnd send
' Kormcr VI50. President Fairbanks a
greeting while ho is on the ocean.
Somowhcro about tho educational
! inhibit at Seattle, there should be n,
jarga reminder that wncn tho ra -
clflc Coast was little known the, pco-
jX"e ot "lat section sent their children
to Ilmwill for education.
. It Is highly probable that Just at
the present moment Uepresentntlve
I-ong Is tho only man from the
Fourth District who could secure re
nomlnatlon and election by unani
mous consent If ho wanted It.
Hawaii need not try any new fads
with tho liquor traffic until It has
wiped out tho record of Kauai Coun
tyt where the elimination of the sa
loons link' resulted In' the maintenance
of seventy-eight or more blind pigs.
, It may be true that It the news
papers reported everything that Is
an til lit Ml ft piiiiMiDnnlnHi'na nf t Yt a
people. It would hasten the day of
government by commission. And
B'lnce tfiat day la so far removed, thl
Intelligent representatives of tho pco-
Pie should reallio how deeply Indebt- j Campbell, ha,s received from tho bull
ed they should feel to the newspa. nss community aro A spendld trlmto
Ada, Oklahoma, Is tho town In
Ur1ilflt Vn.map Qiihrnma PntiM Tita.
tlco Galbralth is now a resident.
When the nows came that four men
of 'Ada had been lynched, there Is no
doubt that some of the reactionaries
In Hawaii hoped a tombstone was
decorating Galbralth. When tho
facts are known he will probablv be
found In his usual role of making
himself distasteful to government by
prejudice and personal privilege.
It was to be expected that some
one would raise tho cry that more
'lncotno than responsibility has been
turned over to tno Counties. As
usual, the wail comes from the fool
ish opponents ot County government.
Tho situation will never be corrected
"Until the Legislature provides for n
commission to frame a measure that
". 'will make a straight County tax and
n, straight Territorial tax to bo lev
ied according to tho sort of govern
ment the people want.
Hawaii Is not likely to suffer un
der tany recommendations Senator
Perkins may make concerning Its of
,ficla)s to be appointed by the Presi
dent, although his suggestions may
upset tho system of government of
favorites, by favorites, and for favor
ites. Sonntor Perkins, Hawaii has
found to be a, mighty good, man when
It wants his vote on matters of local
moment. Should we therefore con
sider his recommendations for the
Supreme and, Circuit lloncli ot such
nn evil character?.
The II u 1 1 e t, n la fully conylnced
that the members if tho House of
Representatives have used all their
spare moments in n heartbreaking
Marathon race to escape any semb
lance of graft, and tho recent nut-
break was onn of thnsfl tioenllnr vn.
garles that contestants Bhow when
thoy nre exhausted and under nerv-
ous strain. And since this is so, It
is certain that the honorable mem
bers will recover thelrf equilibrium
nnd think differently of tho news
papers after the Legislature Is ad
journed and thoughts ot political
preferment again crowd into mo
-brains that teem with strenuoslty
FATABLE IN ADVANCE,
Fr 9ll Moutnf , ,B
rr Ytsf, injwUrt la VS, I.oo
Pei Ywr, injwlwe In Csiudt.., I. Bo
Pt'Bl ptatptld, leitig 3.oo
nlvtd at the Poitoffic it Hotwltti
t icoid-lus matlir.
april 20, 1969
FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS.
will not bo an ocean line doing busl-
ncss with tho people of Hawaii that
docs not como within tho demand ot
tho wide-awake citizens whose right
eous causo Is voiced by this paper:
That tho steamship lines carrying
tho freight of our forty millions of
dollars' worth of trade nnnually with
the mainland shall provide for 'pas
sengers. When tho American-Hawaiian op
erators put on passenger steamers In
keeping with tho large amount of
freight traffic dono by that lino,
there will not bo tho slightest cause
for complaint against the passenger
; offerings of this port. Furthermore,
another practical step will be made
j toward tho proper maintenance or
the American merchant marine In
Tlioro Is not tho slightest doubt
that the cause of thq American mer
chant marine will win. Hut the day
of perfect success wll.lto hastened
icn the men now engaged In oper
ating the remnant that furnishes tho
assembly ground for tho patriotic
lighters for tho Flag, shall do their
tharc. , . ,
ENATOKS, CAMPBELL AND
Can It bo that tho qovernor lsi at
tempting to bring pressure to bear that
will force the members of tho Scnatu
to reconsider, their action regarding
It so, Governor Frear.ls tho last, man
'who should,attempt any such scheme,
Tho endorsements which Treasurer
which his iccord shows to bo well Ue
nut these endorsements aro not a
J patch on tho wall compared wl(h tho
endowments tho business community
or this Cqunty and every oilier in tnu
Territory gave ,to L. E,,Plnkham when
tho Governor was supposedly consider
ing,.hlm for reappointment.
The Governor mndo n .monkey of tho
business .community .then and so far
as this paper, ki)ows tho samo sort of
a game may bo on, foot now.
The members of, tho Senate under
the Organic Act aro not called upon to
gho any reasons for their nctlou In
confirmation or refusal of confirmation.
Tiio reason for .putting this confirma
tion fcaturo in tho OrganlcAct of a
Tcrrlto'ry tho good Iord only knows,
or possibly tho members of the Com
mission who drafted thq act. It Is Just
as wcfl out as in. Otit since It Is
thcro, It Is mighty poor business to try
to manipulate ,tho Senators who have
acted well within their rights though
at varlanco with the sentiments ot,
many or their rellow citizens.
If tho Governor wora ,to cicliango
positions with tho Senators, ho, would
likely be tho moit.itubborn.ot tho lot
though not tho moaf talkatlyo.
Does anyone suppose that tho I) u 1
1 e 1 1 n Is attempting to lead the peo
ple In unusual pathways by its In
sistence on more training in agricul
ture for our public school children?
As a mattor of fact, this Territory
Is very much behind the times In,
mis regnru. 'inrougnoui tne main
land education In practical agricul
ture is receiving steadily increasing
nttentlon. Tho causo for It Is the
same that should Impel our educators
and our legislators to forward the
work here a great number ot the
children must make their living, by
agriculture and should be thoroughly
equipped for tho practical work of
Tho Legislature of tho State ot
West Virginia has just passed a law
under WI1I9I1 overy applicant for n
teacher's, position In that State mu3t
""'' "l"u"" ""i,
This law supplements tho one of n
"V ""JPt f!Srw 1Y XMJTWr
A New Bungalow
Only five mlnutcV walk from Oahu
College two bedrooms lot Is
7B x 125. Kver) thing on, premises Is
brand new, Prlco S3S00.00.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
year ago by which Instruction In ag
riculture was made compulsory In tho
The West Virginia Idea Is set
forth In a letter of tho Stato Super
intendent of Schools In which ho
"lly an Act of tho recent session
of tho Legislature nil applicants here
after will bo required to pass an ex
amination on elementary ngrlculturc.
Applicants for tho renewal of first
grade certificates under the uniform
system nre required to pass on this
branch. The applicants for rcnowat
will tako the examination In agricul
ture along with tho other applicants
In tho regular examination,
"Tho subject of agriculture' Is of
vital Interest to tho State, as our ng-j
ricuiturai interests aro exceedingly
wide nnd varied and on the prnpor
cultivation ot our farms depends to
great extent tho prosperity of tiro
State. It is to bo hoped that tho
teaching of this subject will be help
ful to tho State's best Interests and '
thcro Is but little doubt that this
subject will prove one of tho most In
teresting nnd attractlvo that has ev
er been In our.school curriculum."
Bealn. Third Dlvore Suit. Harm.
mento, April 7. Charging that fier hus
band, a Stockton policeman, tried to
Induce her o ,lead a life of shamo and
conduct a report Stockton, M'rs. Not
tlo, Gayou brought suit In tho superior,
court today for dlvorco from John E.
Gajou. This is tho third time she has
begun suit for divorce.
Stank books ot all 'sort's, ledgers,
etc., manufactured.' by the Bulletin
6. 1. T
Anapunl St. Cottage ot two bod
rooms, complotoly furnished, poe-
, session May 1, 1909 f 46.00
COLLEGE HILLS r.. , , ,
Lanlhull Drlvo. Furnished cottngo
ot threcy bedrooms for rent for four
months. from,' MaylBt S40.00
Furnished Cottngo ot two bedrooms
for rent for one year from May' 1st
MAGAZINE STREET ,
Two bedroom cottage, unfurnished
L-ail' WL'HL WJfo
I Two, bedroom cottage, unfurnished.
1 ,l' ' '
I, (..!. $35.00
- Cottage Walk. Unfurnished col-
A Bargain in Kalihl Valley pf one
icre of land vith new flve-room cot
tage . . ..(..'v... $180.00
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MTUffl OF SUA BRIDQED BY ONE
iY 1C ' T J
f.Jl 1 IMP jJ m
oy V -
But He Stood at Attention While tho
Ship's Band Played the "Star
Spangled Banner" Oil
OIURALTAR, April 2. Colonel
Roosevelt had a narrow cscnpo fiom
a ducking, or worse, when ho return
ed to tho Hamburg after visiting
Punta Dclgada, St. Michaels Island,
tho Azores, Tuesday morning.
Edward W. Crccvey, tho American
Consul there, and William W. Nich
ols, Vice Consul, came out for Itoo,3o-
veil in an open ueni. tiio sea was
running bo that only three other pas
sengers, besides Ilooscvclt, dared to
make the trip. Returning In tow ot
a launch, the boat almost foundered
In the waves, which were ten feet
high. As tho boat approached tho
Hamburg tbo ship's band played "The
Star-Spangled Ilanner." Although
his boat bobbed nbput llko a cork,
Roosevelt, who wore an army over
coat and a hough Rider's hat, nroso
and took off his hat and, cleverly
balanclng'hlniself, stood up as lonrf
as tho bandplayed.
"Ho. looks llko Washington ciosu
Ing the Delaware," laughed ono of
Reaching tho steamship's gangway,
tho boat, npw on the wavo's cieit,
now In a hollow, was cither far abovo
or far below tho landing stage. Colo
nel Roosevelt watched his c'hanco and
Jumped. First Officer Kels.ler and n
sailor grasped his arms, but Roose
velt sllppett tond a wavo wet him tn
his waist. When ho got on deck tho
passengers 'cheered him.
"Ily George," said he,, laughing,
"they can,'t kill me, My feet nro
wet, but that'll do mo good. Ono
thing's certain, I won't melt."
Lands at Gibraltar
Tho steamer Hamburg with Theo
dore RoosqVelt and tho members of
his party on board came Into Gibral
tar a few minutes before 0 o'clock
this morning, Aftpr n slny of n lit
tle more than three hours the Ham
burg sailed for Naples.
Richard) L, Praguo, tho American
Consul and. aide dp camp of General
Sir Frederick Forcstlcr Walker, Gov
ernor ot Qlbraltar, went out to the
Hamburg to welcome tho former
President of, 'the 'ijnlted States. After
an exchango of greetings tho party
was brought asboro and proceeded at
once to the residence. ,of, Mr. Prague.
At 19:30 o'clock Iloobovelt called on
General Fo'restlo Valkor.
Lpses His County Office. Sacramen
to, April ,7.-0, V. Hnttb, secretary ot
tho llt!ptjbllc,an ,Coitnty cVntral Com
mittee, was 'jilecharged from I1I3 offlco
as county statistician by the Hoard ot
Supervisors today. Tiio lioard, which
Is Republican In 'pojlttcs, ,askcd Haul)
for a report which ho failed to mako.
Ho tendered his resignation, but tho
Hoard refused to accept It.
Monday, April 26th
i)KvuuyAi-p;ni wuftvpfiiv wwiiv1' n-r'i,t'v-ti wy
k artioulai1 as to
WHAT they Eat;
rattioular as .to
WHERE they Eat
YOUTH CHARUEB WITH
John Gomez was charged at tho Po
lice- Court this morning with having re
ceived stolen goods, Tho defendant,
who was employed In a local jeweller's
store, admits that ho bought Bovcral
articles from Peter Nawol, the self-
confessed burglar. Thomas Hurtling-
ham Identified n ring 'and an opal nnd
diamond pin. Ho valued tho Jewels at
$2.10 nnd stated, that ho was positive,
tho ring nnd stonon In tho p'1 were
his; ho bad carried tho ring (or oer
Chief Leal testified that Peter Nn-
wal had told him whero tho stolen
property had been got rid of. l.oal In
terviewed Gomez, who admitted that
lio had bought n lot of stuff from Nn
wal, and had sold somo of It to n Chin
ese storekeeper. A diamond ring wan
disposed of In this way tor $3., and a
bill of salo which Gomez i;ao tho
Chlnamnn was produced. It was signed
"Ocnrgo Ross." un-l Gomez under oath
stated that tho reason ho signed that
namo was because ho did not want IiIh
employer, Mr. Vlerra, to know that ho
had dcalljigs outside with anyone, nor
that ho was making money thereby.
Gomez sworo that Nnwnl had told him
that he had bought tho ring nt Wlch
man's storo two years ago.
In alt Gomez bought five rings nnd
a scarf pin from Nnwnl, and paid him
cash each time. Somo ot tho Jewelry
ho woro himself, and tho rest ho sold
nt a, profit. Tho caco was not conclud
ed as Mr, Chllllngwnrth asked for nn
aujournmoni mi tomorrow, in onipr 10
produce morq evidence. A. M. llrown,
who prosecuted, agreed to this and tho
caso was continued.
Promntlv nt 10 o'clock this ninrnlnir.
tho Mntson liner Illlonlan, .Captain
Johnson, Balled for Sun Francisco, fak
ing a cqnsldorably Inrgo shipment of
island products. Tho Hawaiian band
was present as usual and rendered In
tcrettlng rclcctlous fur tho benefit of
tho outgoing pashcngers.
-Among tho pnBscngera who left In
her was Col. French ot tho Salvation
Army. Ho wns given nn enthusiastic
farewell by his comrades, who gath
ered tit the wjiarf.
Tho Illlonlan carried from horo 2ID3
tons of refined Migar, 481 1iub of can
ned pineapple, 2500 hunches of ba
nanas, COO bags of coffeo and 1000
bags of rlco.
POWER IN SMALL THINGS
Little pens of metal,
Little drops of Ink,
Mako tho grafter tremble,
NOW ON DISPLAY
REAL SHELL MOUNTED
IN SOLID l'4k. GOLD.
We have many new shapes
of this year's creations in
light and dark shell. Ask to
see our Real Shell HAIR BA
RETTEB in Carved and Plain
li. F. Wichman & Co.
FINE PRODUCTIONS OF
About 23 j cars ago n new star was,
made In tho dramatic firmament In one
night, and at tho samo. tlmo i new
play was Introduced to thcairo goers.
Tho star was Kat Claxtnn nnd tho play
was "Tho Two Orphans," and for IB
years Miss Claxton presented the
pleco from coast to coast, and nflcr
witnessing the production In tho hands
of tho Ellcford Company at tho Oi
pbeum last night It Is easy to see what
has mado tho play so popular. It con
tains that heart-gripping something"
that cannot bo defined, only It holds
J on through tho production. This la
ono of tho most pretentious offering
of tho Ellcfurds and they certainly
gavo n fine performance. Miss Luce
and, Mies Due could not have two bet
ter parts than Loulso nnd Henrietta It
tho nttthor had written tho play for
them. Miss Due was charming and
fier emotional work wns of n high ord
er, and Miss Luce In tho pathetic part
of Louise, tho little blind girl, brought
big lumps In the throats of her mid
Itors. I'lctro Sosso In tho part of
Plerro, the cripple, has a character
part that Is certainly suited to him
and lip gavo It a strong rendition.
Lawrence Underwood gao a strong"
plctliro of tho outlaw, Jacques, nnd
was hissed from nil parts of tho house,
which Is tho sweetest of npplauso for
the man who plays tho "Heavy.'' Anni
Dodge did ono of her best pieces of
character work as Mother Fochard,
the old hag. Lloyd Edwards was n
btrong and plcturcsquo Chovcller and
as Plcard, his valet, Gvorgo Hernan
dez provided tho comedy In tho play.
Mlsa Marriott ns Marrlannc, nn out
cast, deserves especial mention. Clar
enco Ferguson nnd Rny Collins wuro
good In their resprctho lines. 7ho
costumes wcro very plcturcsquo mid
tho Fccnory bcaiitirul, especially Act
II, tho Garden of Ilcl-Alr.
lletween rets tho Osbnrn chlldicn
had n now specialty with somo coon
singing and n lit tlo dancing, and Sophie
In her too dance wnn charming. Tbeso
little folks r.ecm tn always havo ronie
thlng now nnd novel-' j.oT0'" '". 'Tiio
Two Orphans" Is tho .bill for tonight
Tomorrow night's offering Is tlu th'.ro
act farco comedy, "Tho Other Fellow,"
or "Dr. Illll." Seats nro now nn salo
nt tho Orphoum box office for nil performances.
THE DISBAS E.
(Dally Tlinc. r:urckn, Cal.)
The dlnenso which ranks fcond to con
sumption In falutlllni nnd whlcli hn bctn
rtwnifit rqunllr fntnl l IlrlaM's Dls'-nne.
That It Is now positively cimblo In kmmn
to .coniDnrntlVf-lv rcw nc-onle. .Unfortu-
nately, tho new fprciro Mr llrUht's
DlMvane comps itnU-r tho liail of proprlp
tnry prc-ihirnt!nn. nnd medical ethics for
bid n recognition of Us im'rlts. Tiio Her
nld tnkf tho vlcv th.it luivlng oltlvo
Miowleitxn of cures tfricted. Its duty to
Its renders nml to Immunity ts to stato
tho facts. Tho publisher knows of tuo I
carei In which It lin rttcctod pcrmincnt
enrrn nml of two ntlicm who had prac- j
tlcally nh.imloncil hoiv but who nro now '
reealnlnK their henlth. This paper Is
not xcunlarlly Interested, nnd this utato-'
mint In mndo solely with n view of uld- I
Injr such peoplo as may bo ntlllctcd With
llrlfftit's Dlnenso nnd tint n drspalreil of
recovery. Kliould any such reoclvo bene
lit wo will feel amply rcpuM for dlvcrtni: i
from tho beaten Journallatlo path.- ,
Lhennoro (Cnl.) Herald, July 1, 1005.
Tho abovo brink's to mind tho cno of i
J. II. Uysclanr of tills city nnd Irreslatlhly j
leiuiK to i no oeuer that nl lust tno euro
bus tieen found. Mr. Uyseianr wns In tho
last stiiBCS of dropsy. Ho hail liecn told
bis days wero numbered to-day ho Is
hnto and henrty. An nbsoluto euro wns
effected, nnd n manclous ono, too.
Kurtkn. D.illy Tlines.
Itoth of tha ubovo nrtlcles refer to
rullon'n Compound for llrlRht's Disease,
nnd neither wns pnld for. What do you
think of them? Hind for booklet on tho
curability of IlrlKht'H Dlscaso to Jno. J.
Fulton Co., 212 First Street, San Fruu
cIsco, Cal., or to Honolulu Drug Co.,
Fort St. 25
DO YOU KUOW BEANS?
Not their personal worth hut their
averago bulk? If you do thcro la n
chanco for you to got, n hyndsonio gni
range foro nieroly telling, tho Honolulu
Gas Co., Ltd., how ninny beans aro In
a glass Jar that ropoi.es In tho com
pany's window in tho storo In tho
Young building. It looks easy and
somcono Is bound to win. Why not
you? Everybody does not burn gas,
but It Is bo gcnciully used that the
public Is no longer Interested In tho
prlco of cordwood. It Is easy to guess
a gas etove Into your hotiso and easy
to use It aflor It arrives.
Pottofflce Leased Washington. Anr.
7. Tho postofllco department has, tic
ccptcd tho nronosnl of W. n Wont nf
Oakland to lonsq now quarters on tho
cnqi suio or Washington stieot be
tween Eleventh nnd Twelfth for sta
tion No, 10 'for flvb years from July 1
GEO. S. WEIXS, Met.
HOTEL ST. , PHONE 101.
TOURING CAR, ?1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO,, LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
m -. Tn' - t "'T'i K
sH" 't ;
I 9 flHBr4 n
In Every Home
where there arc children,
there ought to be a
And also in every homo
where there arc no children
only more so. i
Complete Outfits from $20
to $200 1 and terms aro
caiy. Come la and otk.
Wail, Nichols Co. Ltd.
COR. FORT and MERCHANT STS.
It's a real protection for
tho bailainj;. It lasts, and
makes the building last, too.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St. Phono 775.
GEARY-STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAH PLAH S1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAH $3.00 A DAY UP
J A new down town hotel. Steal and
brick structure. Furnished at a cost ol
$150,000. Eterr comtott and content
enca. On car lines transferring to all
parts ol city. Omnibus meets all trains
Now recognized ns Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
AEAKEA AND MERCHANT
Brown fo Lyon Co.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUDANU ST.
. .Vf. L EATON,
Collector Evcnintr Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours: Prom
IB to 1 at Bnllolin ofllce.
1941 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.H.
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
1 K. SASAI
Fnkuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
1S5 editorial rooms 250, busl.
ness office. Tlieso arc the telophoin
rumbers of tho Bulletin office.
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1 M rj, tU; X
nnd a deslro to seno others,iiJ