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XIMBER 01 THE ASSOCIATED PRESI.
iVoIInce R. Farrlngtqn, - r Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY flEWPAPEB PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Tl ) Editorial Rooms, - 185
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In order thnt there may be no cj
caping the impulse to remain on the
farm and stay away from the con
suming city, the rural graded schools
of .Kansas have beirun teaching aeir
culture. The idea is that sdentino
agronomy taught only in the colleges
ails to reach 70 to 80 per cent, of
the country children. More tln.i
that, the Kansas Agricultural Beard
says the young men and women who
attend the agricultural college are
usually of the well-to-do families,
whereas the supreme test of educa
tion ought to be making a success of
the men who started under a handi
cap. Is it therefore extraordinary
lor iiawan whose industries arc
clusivcly agricultural to take serious
ly to that phase of manual training
that will give the children a knowl
edge of agriculture that will equip
them to make a better living I
Tho Legislature mn congrntttlite
iiseu v.1111 nawnK uono er) v.cn
It Is not enough to defeat tho
propcrtj-tax. measure anil let tho
tuxntlo'n problem two jcars henco
take tare of Itself
It might bo expected that Kauai
would lime a candidate for TrcaB
uror niter hating been so successful
In running tho Legislature.
Gocrnor Prenr should lio able to
ileal kindly with an appropriation
bill that comes within tho piobublc
limit of the Territorial Income.
AiTy Independent grant! Juror
would naturally faor a mnn ngninst
whom n campaign, of villlflcatlon Is
being carried on for the obvious' nur
pot'e of Influencing th6 Jurors against
If Mr. Taft does not lovo Hawaii
wo may expott I'resldent Taft t6 for
get anything that might saor of
ptrhonal prejudice In Its bearing on
tho general progress and prosperity
of tho Islands.
Two law) era hae been soon and
they sa the Attorney Cleneral'a atti
tude Is most extraordinary. Those
two lawyers hating been paid a fee
or hating a personal Interest In tho
case might be expected to havo an
opinion that suits their side of tho
The llritish Kmplre thinks enough
of tho Press of tho country to call
Its rnpresentathes Into a great con
ference that Is certain to hate n
great Influenro on tho future prog
ress of the natlun. Do tho people
hero In Hawaii realize how often
they assume tho position that the
Press Is the root of ail ci 11?
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As to this telephone business, the
moro recent developments make one
hesitate. Tor ears we havo had a
telephono service condemned In many
different languages, and during dll
this period the peoplo have been told
that if moro progressive peoplo wero
In control of the system conditions
would bo different, Now tho control
is passed and Is hardly warmed In
lta new berth before the suggestion
is mado that the radical reforms will
not bo necessary, or at least will be
What Is gained by taking tho oc
cnslou of the crowded condition of
one or two steamers to lenow tho ti
rade against tho facilities for passen
ger travel between this port and tho
It Is merely pirt and parcel of the
"knocking" habit to which Mimo peo
ple of Honolulu huvo become nddlct
cd. It helps no ono. It does not pi o
mote good-feeling or business at
home or abroad. It Increases the
leputatiou of a certain section of our
peoplo for losing no opportunity to
upeal: ovll of their own town
Tho motement for the Improve
ment of tho passenger facilities of
this port by tho use of Bhlps under
tlio American I'lag is steadily going
forward There Is no good reason
for checking It There Is etory rea
son thiy It should be helped,
Antt-np ouu-lo-lielplng the causo
rt Sl Montrn 0 ,H(
Tet Ye.r, nrwhre la U S I.oo
Pi Yet, n)Hhrre In Canada .. , bo
Pet fit oitlil, foreign a. cm)
Entered at the IWoffice at Honolala
m second c tit nutter
APRIL 27, 1909
of American shipping In the Pacific
by forcter snarling otcr the Inabil
ity Of passengers to tratel from this
port on foreign steamers.
When the American shipping of
this port Is taxed to Its utmost, that
fact should be tokfcn as the text for
urging (he financiers nnd tho lead
ers of great enterprises to take an
increasing Interest In transportation,
and In no doing pate the' way to the
Construction of more steamships for
our local trade
No community can acqulro a moro
otlt habit than to be criticising the
accommodations it offers. If Hono
lulu fosters that habit this port will
re-galn the reputation for getting
people here nnd then not gltlng them
an opportunlt) to get away. Hut If
Honolulu speaks well or Itself while
Kb people are building new ships far
the local trade that will cater to the
Interests of Honolulu nnd the Ha
waiian Islands, the outsider will for
get his troubles and before thCy rcal
1) become Intense, this city will haVo
a fleet thnt will offer tho tlsltor rt
dependable schedule under which ho
ma) bnj his return ticket for a defi
nite dnte and bo certain of getting
who. ho pajs for
All the accommodations thnt all
tho foreign lines of tho Pacific could
offer, would not equal tho ndvan-
"o to Honolulu of local boats, con-
ollcd by local peoplo and run with
the deflnlto purposo of serving the
I'onolulu citizens and their guests
It will not aid tho steamship situ
ation to bo constantly appealing for
further destruction of tho American
merchant marine by suspension of
the coastwlso shipping laws.
Don't knock. Learn to Iloost for
That's tho way to conquer.
Tho probable foto of the Appropria
tion Hill la a matter that Is causing
considerable speculation in both
houses of tho Legislature. Though tho
Governor this morning put his slgna
turo to soveral measures, tho. Appro
priation Hill was not among thoso sent
down, and thoro Is a rumor that tho
bill, If not tetocd In toto, will be shy
a good many items when It makes its
Thai tho Governor had Iho Appro
priation Hill under consideration much
of tip forenoon la known, but whnt do
clsloti ho arrived at la not known oven
to the force in tho cxecutlvo offices.
Hack No, 1GS was tho cnuso of a
Japanese named Sulchlja being rather
serioi'tly Injured this morning nt about
9-30 o'clock. Tho hack was being
drlten along King street. At tho cor
ner of Fort street tho hoi so took fright
at a wagon and at once started on tho
run. Bulchlja, who was riding a hi
cj clo, got In tho way of the runaway
and was knocked down, the hack
passing over hta machlno. Sulchlja
was lucky enough to sustain only min
or Injury to his sldo and hip, and un
less there la some Internal trouble),
wllf soon bo about again.
The hack driver at onco picked up
(ho injured man and conveyed him to
his homo. Tho police looked Into tho
matter but as tho wh61o affair was
without doubt purely an ac6Ident uo
steps wero taken by them In tho mat
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday. Aorll 27.
TACOf A Balled April 20
Sclir. n, R. Hind, for Honolulu
BULLETIN AD8 PAY -jfl
Homes for Sale
On Monsnrrat road, one
block from Campbell
avenue, 7-i'oom house,
chicken house, and
fences. Price $750.
modern plumbing: lot
view. Price ?1C00,
Splendid home ; mod
ern, well kept, with ov
er an acre of land in
lawn. Price $4500.
An 8-room modern
location. Price $4250.
Trent Trust Co.Ltd
Commercial Body Booster
Plans Are All
Plans for tho Iloostcr dinner of tho
Commercial Club to bo git en tomor
row otcnlng hato been completed and
a tcry Interesting function Is In antic
C W. Talrbinks will bo tho guest
of honor, as ho will return from Kauai
In time to bo present. Vlco President
U. II. Paris will preside and George
V. Smith will net n loastmnstcr.
Mr. Palrbanks will tpoik and fal
lowing him will bo Omcrnor Krear,
.fudge Dolo, Qfcorpo It. Carter, W. O.
Smith nnd II. L. INilstr-ln
Tho dinner will begin at 0:30 In
order to accommodate tho guests of
Iho occasion and after tho dinner thcro
will bo a meeting of tho club to con
sider matters of detail business.
"Talk about Justice," said L. L. Mc
Candlcss this morning. "After hating
had tho caso In tho court Blnco 1901
tho cctirt renders ii decision that puts
mo light back where I started from.
That's what jou call justice."
A property situated in one of the
icv resident. sections oi nonoiuiu,
assuring; good class of tenants and
Offered f6r sale at figure that will
net 10 to the buyer. This is an ex
ceptional bargain, and, if hot sold,
will be withdrawn at the end of ten
Furnished Cottnp oh th Vienrh nt
Waikiki in the Kapiolani Park Sec
tion. Waterhotise Trust
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
HONOMJLy, T. It., TUESDAY. ATOIL. 27, 1000.
Homes for Sale
12th avennc; ono block
from car; top of hill;
line view. No rocks.
Two lots opposite R. R.
station and park. Price
$275 each. Easy terms.
Beautiful marine view,
Good soil; near car.
Lot 200x180. Price
$1000. Easy terms.
One and one-sixth
acres on Nuuanu ave
nue. Price $6000.
to serve the best and dainti
est meals in Honolulu at pop
IT'S WORTH YOUR
HE most im
tion of the Trust
Company is that of
acting as trustee
.under a will.
We draft wills
free of charge.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
Tho steamship Marama of" tho Ca
nadian Australian lino, arrltcd off port
at noon today, bringing among her
passengers editors of tho newspapers
In Australia. Whllo hero, they will
bo tho guests of tho lopal editors ot
tho English newspapers
Will Take Rotor's Testimony. New
York, April 14 Louis C. Ehlc, a Chi
cago attorney, was. appointed by Jus
tice Htndrlck Imthe Supromo Court to
day ns a commissioner to tako tho tea
tlmon of Duatln rarmim, tho nctor, to
bo used In behalf of Knthcrlno Clem
mom Could In her' suit for separation
from her husband, ifOwafrd Clonld.'
A- , ,
IT ULLETINXD FAY -
Monday, April 26th
Vice-Presld6nt And His
Family Guests Of
Hon, Charles W. I'alrbanks nnd Mrs
Fairbanks, Mrs. Tlhnnonn, their diugh
ter, and W. A. Kltinc left Inst night
for Kauai on tho lighthouse tender Kit
kill, Commanded by Lieutenant Hous
ton, U. S. N lighthouse Inspector lor
Iho District of Haw all.
the Kukul, on arriving nt Nawlll
lll this morning, remained long
enough to nllbw tho Fairbanks part
to land, whence they proceeded to tho
Koolau sldo of tho Island In nn auto
mobllo. At llnnalcl, the party will
bo met by tho Kukul, and then taken
around tho Island past the Nnpall dis
trict, where n long stay will bo made
to permit tho party to iew that Inter
esting point. Tho Kukul will return
with her guests early tomorrow morn
32d Degree of Mary Commandery,
Philadelphia, Recovers from
During conclivo wcrk In Pin Trnncls
ro, Hlr KnlRht Win If. Mnnclo- of 1304
N. Heirntecntli ntrcet. l'hllaiUI liln, of
Mary Comnimuttr), called at thu odlco ot
tho Jno. J, lulion Co. to report Ills re
Ho ntnteil that ho rind both IlrlRht's
Dlsennt anil Diabetes fur nine cnrs nnd
had Kottin no low- ho could not rprnk for
n. half hour at n, time, nnd had to bo put
In Ico pack. A IrnillnK phslclan sent
htm word that no hnd hid nccrul canes
ncoer und, r n preparation inailo In Cali
fornia railed lulton a Compound Mancc
tfy Kent for It. The third nlclit ho sot
tho llrat natural deep In months and 1m
proemcnt was then gradual but con
tinuous, umll ho la now the plcturo ot
Amonir other wrll-knnnn PhtlidM-
phtaiia who hid rrcovored ho mentioned
Illclmrd rilbert. Mr 11. T. bnow of 1816
Columbli ucnuc, alfto two rrsldinU of
Kensington, whom no told of It. olno the
wlfo of n phyplclan and sccral others
Mns6ns will know- how to npproich Mr.
Manc-cley to get tho eternal truth ns to
tlii" Kulncnos of this profound discovery.
Wo neiln nnnounco U tho world tho
curability of chorals Drlght's Dlscato and
Dlnbttcs In fully S7 per cent of nil casos
When to suspect IlrlRhfs DIcao
wrnknFMi or Ions of wclKht; puffy ankles,
hands or rj.lliln, dropsy, kidney trouble
after tho third month; urlno may rhow
sediment; falllnr lslon; dronslness; one
or moro of time. Honolulu Drug Co,
Kort Bt. ii
"FUN ON THE BRISTOL"
An enthusiastic nudienco greeted tho
second performance of 'Tun on tho
Bristol" at tlio Oncra Houisn Inst evin.
lug. Socral changes wero mado In
mo production which wero pleasing
Eva Moore's oxqulslto olco was ot ii .
best In tho solo "Hy Away Klto" ai.d
Alfred doubling gave ono ot tho best
character studies oxer put on tho
stngo in this city. Tho duct between
jLIly Bull and Teddy McNamara.
aweci Heart, Uood Night," was re
peatedly OnCored .Turk Pnllir.1 mnrln
good In (ho "Tetrazennl" quartet nnd
Ada Hind nnd En Pollard weio excel
lent In their parts.
"Fairy Tales." with local lomea sunn-
by GOuldlng, Pollard and rrazcr, wn3
recalled scxernl times. This is the
most entertaining nken thn nnmnm
has put on nnd will bo repented at tho
Saturday matinee. Saturday opening
a semi vaudovlllo entertainment will
bo given wllh a minstrel first ,m,t
and nn nmuslng skit entitled "Under
tho Pump," for tho second pirt. This
will bo tho farewell nnnoarnnen nr tl,
Pollard No. 1 company.
DIank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured bv thn nnii.tin
A NEW STOCK OF
New assortments In silver
and German silver purses and
wrist-bags at reasonable prices
See our new line. We know
we can please vou.
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
ALCOHOL J TER CBT
Uaj tit S marjfJij ncilknt ck cfl
MM and feaf jConlaluj nerta
A4rfcc I AnnaaV tacCGM&m
Sssit Copy of Wnpptf.
That's iho kind of shoes you can get right here at our store. (
The Regal Shoes c tell are exactly the same stiles that arc, being
worn in New York, Newport and all the big fashion ccnteri.'''
The new i$ "1
we are thowinshaio a'l the distinctive smart
neuof expensive custom shoes, and they give
you the same perfect fit, because they're
made in quarter-sizes.
Examine these Regal Oxfords and
compare ihcm with any other shoes in
town and remember that Regal aualitu
is standard all over the wotld.
Desks, Boxes, Placques, Etc.
A BIG NEW STOCK.
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Fort St., opposite W. G. Irwin & Co.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
For Infants nnd Ohlldran.
The Kind You Havo
vuf Tull ooaMNY NM vnil crrfw
A Fresh lot of fine stove coal just
received. Deliveries made at fair
prices anywhere in- Honolulu.
M& dWM CO.
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