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nVENINQ UULtETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, MAY 3, lflOS.
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Wnlluco R. Ptirrlnjjton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
In the Territory
"fpe1 J Editorial Rooms,
-! Business Office,
I have bat one lamp by which my
i.t nrc guided, and that is the lamp
..' experience. I know no way of
.dging of the future but by the
,- st. Patrick Henry.
It nil! lie lo Honolulu's in .lit If It
.icrally iWrves 'Motlter'i ! " I
. .!, , ' .. .ih. ... ..i .hi- ... 'a
Tlio .Maul editor who wrote a poem1 become Americanized. The Chin
fter having done ull be could to an!088 b",n ',"'1 '"-""slit I liero and n
'.'my, 1ms jila i J ttio limit.
MM 'I 'L liailHUI l
Alexander llitiue Ford may be crod
ill With nevtr Inline an opportunity
i wrlto n kooiI word for lluwull.
Clearly the Vdmi'il tr.itton Intends
iat lliu Sugar Trout vh.ill bnvc oil
i hat Is coming i" It. Hutu ull branches
1 1 tlio prosecution.
If May dividend will pay Honolulu
taxes and leave a surplus, thoie should
lio llvaly times In tbc market when
Juuo returns begin to come In.
Abdul HnmldVchlof regret Is likely
to bo tliitt be didn't kill off fuicignurs
before tlicy got In their work of upon
lng the eyes of the Young Turks.
The now Immigration Hoard will
show a duo appreciation of Its rospon
blbllltlcs by organizing and petting to
work at the earliest possible date.
San rrauclFCo it bhontng that It can
entertain Japanese guests in thu most
approved maimer. It In the Japanese
lesidcnt only that aroutes their Ire,
Wbllo thinking of thu peoplo who
did not attend the Jefferron banquet
this year the New York World is still
pondering over Us old time query
"What Is n Democrat?"
At last they have begun to find fault
with Tnft. Tho first voice of protest
comes from the Kooecclt imrty, thai
tho new President Is too conservative
and lacks HooscvcltUnlsms.
Honolulu will not crow toward Peurl
Harbor moro rapidly thnn It does In
any other direction not bordering on
tho tea. It Is an all-round expansion
that Is In prospect for this city.
If there Is any pi ice tindur life Hag
whero the Japanoso will Income
Americanized. It Is In Hawaii, where
no race preju lice exists nnd conditions
havo now been treated that will tend
lo a moro iiermaiiont population.
Mr. Aldrlch finds hlmoolf fato to
faco with an Increasing rvntlment for
nn liicoino tux. Though Aldileli imiv
Blavo off HiIh tax during his lifetime,
It It certain to become a p-nt of the
National program In u comparative!,
Through steamers nlwavs will be a
doubtful quantity for passenger trallle
It Is tho Incrvnso In local steamers plj
lng between Honolulu und San Fran
cisco that will bring permanent im
pruvcmciit to tho transportation facil
ities of this city.
Mr. Fairbanks Is' escaping n very
lively prohibition low in his homo
Stato. IJvory public man Is fortunate
when ho gets a vacation vvhllo the
peoplo nro talking on matters so ex
cltedly that they refuso tn llstpn to
rhyme, reason or average common
It Is Just it, well to spenk well of
Honolulu niul lln future oven In trans
portation matters. This should bo tlio
last placu on earth to surrender Its car
rying trade to nny forelgneis when the
fctrencth of our position, K not our fu
ture safety, iloiicnils on n first clues
nierchunt nuiilno Hiipporting the
Mr. Sulzer of Now York has n blilp
subsidy bill before Congress that pro
vides for n graduated synteni of ton
nago taxc3 In favor of American built
ships nnd against foreign ships This
Mr. Sulzer claims, follows tlio policy
of tho early statesmen when tho Unit
ed Stales had tho finest deep sea carry
ing fleet In tho world. Whether Sul
zer wlna or not, thoro Is to be legisla
tion for the American merchant marine
.Iruucomparatlvoly tow months.
fcittneri at the Pootoff cc at lUuoIali
at second data unit or
MAY 3, 1009
Onlv tlii- racl.il prejudice of lliu Jnp
nnete ciiu ptevont ilu people of Hint
nationality from becoming American
ized iiiiili-r the conditions existing In
tlits Terrllor) (oilny ami In prtmpoct.
Whether thu racial or nntlunnl pro-
permanuit barrier only llmo can
I prov o.
lluwnll lias proved that the Oriental
very tew oi me Japanese are u siauti
liiK i cfut utltui of ronio of ibe doctrines
that have b ti expounded from time
to I line. These people, nccordlt'g to
all nccounts, are loss clannish uml
adapt themselves more readlt) to
American conditions than do some .-.'
the races of Eastern Hurope.
Thoro Is no place on earth vl:ero
the Japanese stand on terms of equal
ity with cery race and nationality us
they do In Hawaii. Their Intel esU
have been the object of sollcltoi.a re
gard from Icadurs of Industry, educat
ors mid religious workers. The ad
verse senttmunt they havo encount
ered has Ik en due to the overwhelm
ing numbers that have tniide assimila
tion luiposnlblo and caused tlio Amci
Icau to mm lously contemplate tlio prob
lem of self preservation.
Hitherto tlio Japanese li.no been
birds of passage. They have co"me and
gono In largo numbers, using these Is
lands as n stopping placu prevlo.n vt
going on to a larger Held of action o.i
Now the icgulatlona are such that
there Is more offering the Japanese ns
a permanent resident. Very widely
thu government bus put a stop to the
wholesale emigration, and the Jap
anese people here, mid on tlio Pacific
Coast for that mutter, have thu oppor
tunity to settle down and proo them
selves as permanent members of the
They may Iho hero long enough to
timko a competency nnil go home. On
tho other hand, the conditions of life
aro so much moro nttractlvo In theso
Islands than In crowded Japan It Is
highly piobablo that the tendency to
ward perni'ineiit roMde'ue will In
crease. And ilcspllo the Japanese
prtvuio schooling the unrounding tire
.nub t li in the rhildion who tuinln in
the Islands will become more Amerl
em than Japanese as time goes on
If tlio Japanese were to maintain
oerwlielmlii!; numbers In the popula
tion of the islands, they would Japan
ize the Territory. It could not bo oth
erwise. Hut with a reasonable ap
proach to u fair balancing of racial
mid national elements, tho associations
and the Impioved conditions must lead
to the Americanization of the Japan
ese Tills Is hi Iter for the JtipancEo nnd
better foi Hawaii,
AunANGI BQ1NUS HER
QUOTA OF IMMIGRANTS
Tlio Canadian-Australian llnjjr Ao
rangl, Captuln Phillips, which was re
ported this forenoon, docked nt tho
Ulshop slip nt 12 o'clock today, having
on board unumber of cabin passen
gers for tills port. Sho nlso brought
eoveuteeu Portuguese laborers for tho
local plantations. At tho wlnirf, they
were met by Immigration Agent Sllva
and his assistants.
Tho Anrangl Is carrying soventy
through passengers. Sho will continue
her trip for thu Colonies this after
noon at S o'clock.
MAYOR HOLDS UP THE
Tho Mil) or has not yet nfllxcd his
clgnatiiro to tho ilemnnds which
will enable tho Auditor to mako out
warrants for employes tit tho road de
partment during tho flist part of
.March. Auditor Illt'kncll Inquired
about tho papers Saturday, but was
told that they wcro not jot ready.
When tho question will ho settled
seems to bo a matter of doubt, but
tomoirow night the Iloaitl will
lutilmbly consider the question, unless
tlio matter shall havo been sllalglit
cued out buforo then.
Homes for Sale
New 5-roora house, College
Hills, on car line; modern im.
provements. Price $34.00.
2 lots, each 75x200 j one
half block from car line. Price
Trent Trust Company, Ltd
REMAIN IN SERVICE
Mtson Company Plans
wo unange yust
Thnt the Matson Company will
take its sailing vessels off tho Hawaii
an run nt any tlmo In tho near fu
ture is not believed by the local rep
resentatives of tho company.
1 do not believe that any of tho
sailing ships will bo taken off tho
run for Iho next two years nt any
rate," Bald a prominent representa
tive of the company this morning.
Tho vessels como In very conveni
ently between tho sailings of tlio
steamers, anil nro very convenient
for certain clnsccs of freight. I have
received no intimation thnt tho ser
vice will ho stopped, nnd I can sco
no reason why It should be."
There art live sailing xesscls of tho
-Matson Company now In regular ser
vice, nnd nil aro line specimens of
their type. They nro tho Androvv
Welch, it. P. Illthet, Saint Catherine.
William It. Mnrston and Annlo John
son. All find a profltnblo business In
carrying freight to tho Coast, and nny
tnlk that thoy will bo put out of conv
mlsslon Is put nsldo as being silly, In:,y aml bcwlldcclngly mix nnd tangle
vlovv of tho returns which they
Thoro havo been occnslonnl rumorB
from San Francisco to tho effect that
the "wind Jammers" would be shelv
ed, but tho reports nro not corrobo
rated by local representatives of tho
A property situated in one of the
best resident sections of Honolulu,
assuring good class of tenants and
Offered for sale at figure that will
net 10 to the buyer. This is an ex
ceptional bargain, and, if not sold,
will be withdrawn at the end of ten
Furnished Cottage on the beach at
Waikiki in the Kapiolani Park Sec
tion. Waterhouse Trust
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
HOUSES TO LET.
Fort t 2 B, R. $ 8.00
Kaimuki, 2 B. 11.... 10.00
Beckley' st., 2 B. K-. . 15.00
Fort St., 2B.lt .... 15.00
Kailt nve., 2 B. R . . 18.00
Pacific Heights Bd., 2
B. R. 22.00
Elm st., 3'B. R 25.00
Makikist., 3 B. R.... 25.00
Majrazino st.. 2 B. R. . 27.50
Makec Rd., 2 B. R. . . 30.00
Bates st.. 3 B. R . . 37.50
College Hills. 2 B.R.. 45.00
Diaond Head, 4 B. R. 50.00
Waikiki, 2 B R 50.00
Young st., 2 B. R ...$" 30.00
Spencer st 2 B. R... 35.00
Berctanin st.,2B.R.. 35.00
ManoaRoad, 2 B. R.. 37.50
ManoaRoad, 2 B. R.. 40.00
Kalakaua ave., 4 B. R- .50.00
Fort st., 3B. R 50.00
Kinau st., 5 B. R...- 00.00
Alexander st., 3 B. R. C0.00
Diaond, 7 B. R . ... 75.00
Emma st., 1 B R .... 100.00
AT THE ORPHEUM
If you would forget nil business
cures, nil political Jangles; If jou
would for a tlmo bo rendered oblivi
ous to tho hundred dally vexations
uiiti luaso you KrO oiu nnu u
'"i f " time-go to
Orphotim tonight nnd see tho K
that mako you grow old and bald
ford Company In that rlp-roarlng,
sldo-spltttlng farce comedy, "All Duo
to Diana." Clean, wholesome,
sparkling, side-splitting comedy from
"ALL DUE TO DIANA."
start to finish. A hen-pecked hus
band, n selfish llttlo wife, a rampag
ing bully of a mother-in-law, natural
result divorce with everybody hnp
py. 'Hubby Couldn't stay single
Neither could fwlfoy. Hut not exer
cising duo precautions In choosing
their new llfo partners, they hopoless-
up their relations nnd relationship
until friend husband discovers thnt
his marital exchanges havo mado his
former wlfo Ills present mother-In
law and his former mothor-lu-lnw Is
right on deck. To add to tho compli
cations thcro Is u Jealous (lerman
professor with n French girl for n
wife. Doth tho sou-ln-law and tho
fathcr-ln-law believe that tho pro
fessor Is after them, and no end of
merriment Is caused beforo tho tnnglo
Is Htrnlghtened out. Thcro will bo
nn Illustrated song by Hay Collins
and new specialties by tho Osborns.
At the Saturday mnllnco tho fairy
tale, "Cinderella," will bo given.
THE GREAT CLEARANCE.
Hlom's annual clcaranco snlo, which
began Saturday, will bo tho lanjcst In
his experience If tho business douo
on Saturday is to bo taken ns a cil
terlon, Tlio values nro weighty when
considered 111 tho light of prices
charged during tho year. Tlio goods
Included In tlio salo embrace all lines
suited to ladles' needs. Thero is pioflt
to tho customer In every purchase.
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CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind Yon Have Always BougH
Signature of Qutjffi&&&U
Made to Order
Wo have just installed a
machine for making cloth
covered buttons in sizes from
18 to 30 from any material.
MEALS THAT ARE
AT PRICES THAT ARE
MAKEE ROAD, opposite
Makee Island Afine honso
of six rooms, with two bed
rooms and a modem stable
adjoining. Splendid location,
convenient to the cars.
A modem 12-room house,
with six bedrooms; just the
thing for a summer residence.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
AF0F1G CASES AilE NOW
IN THE SUPREME COURT
The two Afong enscs aro now to
go to the Supremo Court. In the
case of Henry Afong versus Julia
Afong., tho defendant has filed n bill
of exceptions to tho recent ruling of
tho Circuit Court overruling tho do
murrer. In tho matter of llcsslo It.
Hums versus Julia Afong, tho de
fendant filed an Interlocutory bill of
exceptions to the overruling of tho
That noxiously announced $10,000,
the hulnnco of tho Federal npproprla
tlon of ($30,000 for tho Legislative sea
slon, has finally nrrlvcd and Is now
ready for distribution to thoso who
aro fortunate enough to havo vouch'
era that cntltlo them to a bIIco of tho
plo. Tlio money came In on tho Ala
meda, but It was n registered letter,
nnd consdquently was delavcd In Its
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 you.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
VEGETABLE and FLOWER
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid,
SCHOOL TERM ENDOAY DEPOSIT FUNDS
FRIDAY, JUNE 25 BUT ARE NO FUNDS
Opening And Closing
Dates For Next
Thero seemi. to bo considerable un
certainty, Superintendent llabbltt
says ,as to when tho schools are to
closo for tho term. Several letters
havo been received by him, asking
whether Juno 18 or June 25 Ib tho last
dny. Tho term, he sayB, will end on
Tho dates for tho next terms wcro
settled upon nt tho lact meeting of tho
Hoard. Tho fall term will open Sep
tember 13 and last 14 weeks, coming to
nn end December 17. Tlio Bccond term
will last 13 weeks, beginning January
3 and closing April 1. Tho third term
begins April 3 and ends June 24, last
ing only 11 weeks.
Superintendent llabbltt Is waiting
anxiously to find out what tho Super
visors aro going to do for tho schools
In tho vvny of repairs, additions and
new buildings. Ho has not yet taken
up tho matters with them, but ho ex
pects to do so as soon as practicable.
S. S. KOREA ARRIVES
After a comfortablo passago from
Yokohama, Japan, tho Pacific Mall
liner Korea arrived shortly beforo 12
o'clock today, bringing eight passen
gers for this port. Mo3t of them aro
la overs, who will continue their trip
on tho next steamer from tho Orient.
Captain Sandbcrg, stated today
that ho passed tho Asia nntl tho Jap
anese liner bound for Yokohnma.
Tho Korea brought for this port
ljO-IS tons of general cargo. Sho car
ries 4,140 tons of through enrgo.
After the Honolulu cargo has been
discharged nt the Hackfcld wharf, 2,-
500 tons of sugar will bo loaded, Sho
will leavo for San Francisco at noon
Tho following nro among tho pas
II, Chlba, Japanese engineer, who,
comes from Toklo; Dr. Annlo T. Ba
rnaul, of London; William Hlrkmyrc,
of Kllmnciilm, Scotland; Col. Charles
K. Haddeky, of Poonali, India, accom
panied by Mrs. llnddeky, enrouto to
London: Malor John P. Hnmtn. of
Jnbbatpcn, India, en routo to" Lon
don; Wllhelm Lorentzen, of Tokyo,
en routo to his homo at Uraunschwlg,
Klpl, Kaula and Hcnlanl, three
youths, nro under arrest at tho Pollco
Station ona charge of burglary at
tho homo of a Hawaiian woman on
Ltllha street. Ono of tho boys, Klpl,
who had gono to Puulon after tho
robbery to get somo clothes, was ar
rested by Lcal's men nt Camp 2. Ills
confession led to the nrrcst of the
other two. Tho hoys broko In n
window, nnd, entering tho house,
stolo n gold watch and somo looso
cash. Leal, however, quickly had tho
bunch In custody, nnd they nro now
We have the finest and most com
plete line of mouldings in Honolulu.
Ready-made frames in wood and
metals all sizes and prices.
Wc do only the best class of work.
HOW'S YOUR HAIR?
We have pleasure in calling to your notice a new
remedy for scalp troubles that end in baldness. SAGE
BRUSH contains ingredients which s'trengthen the
roots and prevent! the hair from falling out.
Benson Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
New Law In Effect But
Taxes Are Not-Due
Until May 15
Tho law authorizing the Terri
torial treasurer to deposit tho public
funds In tho bank Instead of hoard
ing them In tho vaults has gond Into
effect. Although no permanent
treasurer hns been nppolnted, Attor
ney General Hemcnway has beon
made acting treasurer, and he has
tho full authority of tho position to
plnco tho public moneys where they
can go into circulation. t
Hut there Is no money to deposit
in the banks nt present, nor will
theio bo for nearly two weeks. Tho
vaults of tho trensury nro 'empty; tho
slacks of gold and Bllvcr that wcro
dnco hidden away whero moth! and
nut could not corrupt nnd thieves
would havo somo dlfllculty In break
ing In to stent aro nil dissipated.
They havo been expended for tho
various purposes of government.
And .the taxes Aro not dua until
May 15, So the new law will not
get a try-out until after tho inltMb
of the month. Hut thcro Is some sat
isfaction In knowing that wln.i tho
tnx money does begin to como In, It
w III not be cached nwny whero It can
ib. a', one nny good.
NOW OF GASOLINE
And Breaks Into
K. A. Mott-Smlth, President of tho
Hoard of Health, has climbed into tho
nutomobllo class. Ho has purchased
n Ford run-about. Mr. Mott-Smlth
explains thnt It Is the President of
the Hoard of Health who has pur
chased the machine, not tho Secre
tary of tho Territory, nor Mr. 12. A.
Mott-Bmlth, citizen of Hawaii. Ho
Is going to need the benzlno buggy lu
his business of getting about to see
about health matters, he says.
When It wus rumored that Mr.
Mott-Smlth was contemplating break
ing Into tho gasoline aristocracy, ho
was promptly bcsclgcd by agents,
each of whom wanted taseld him tho
best machine on tho market. See
ing troublo ahead of him If ho pro
crastinated, Mr. Mott-Smlth cast ono
wild loo kabout him, grabbed a cata
loguo in ono hand nnd his llfo in tho
other, nnd hastened down town to
mako his purchnso beforo till tho
other, agents got wlso to his desper
ato rcsolvo. Now ho Is putting In his
tlmo learning hto definitions of tho
words "carburetor," "sparlc plug,"
ami other technical terms.
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