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EVENING IHJLI.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY. JUNE 29, 1000.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Pnrrlngton,
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Per Quarter, aitrwhttt In U.S a.oo
Ter Year, anywhere In U.S H.oo
fer Ver, postpaid, lorel(n 13. oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST r0F ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory
Tl ( Editorial Rooms.
fc?I Business Office,
TUESDAY JUNE 29, 1009
Trust thyself; every heart vi-.'ng 'l Impossible for any person In
urates to that iron string. Emerson. "o city of Honolulu to obtnln nu
r 1-13 nlcohollc bevcrngo on Sunday.
Now let tlto pooplo linvo the do- This cits- linn hntl exicrlcnco un
tttlls of the Kttpaa land proposals. 11 dcr a Sunday prohibition law.
In n matter of their business.
oil, from private stock, to boua fldo
Tho ltappy as well as the succcw- '"ltc' Guests.
fill man Is tho worker who proves, Tllc hciuIMo way of meeting this
himself worthy of good wngr-s by Sunday problem Is to allow bona
I working. "'' Buetts of hotels or restauiants
to bo lawfully served with iucIi bev-
Nut nn open town, but n comfort- eragca ns they wish with meals. Tho
nble town, should bo tho nlm of Coney Island sandwich scheme
such oniilulH ns hnvo any part In, whero tho presence of nn undent
(ensuring the morals of Honolulu. sandwich In tho middle of tho tnblo
i. covers tho law for nny ijttantlty of
If tho Daughters of Hnwnll had J'T'or. Is nil wrong,
nothing imno to their credit than Honolulu should not be nn open
the tablet nt tho l'nll, their organl-1 ,,)w"- 0llr loojIo should nlm to
ration would- bo placed among tho;n",,to ll comfortable town for law
, most vvoith-whllo In the Territory. 1 nl)l,"nB People.
i , I And slnco It Is not against the law
There enn be no serious different--Mo consumo llrtuor with mcnU on
cs between tho biistiiesR men when Sunday, thcro ought to bo somo way
the visiting onitors nntl tho local Ur tho temperate consumer to get
' .liip.iin-so nro met In such n cordial 'what ho wants, nnd what ho would
spirit as marked the Commercial'
Judge Woodruff Is n former foot
ball plu)or, nnd tho new Terrltmlal
Treasurer can build nnd sail u boat.
mi vve still have tho spoitH with us,
- though stieuuoiiH life has passed out
While there .no soldiers nnd salt
oih in Honolulu and lelnlly, thcro
,idioiihl be no link of martial display
mi tho (llorlyus 1'oitrth, though tho
tun n fulls Hhott on horsf races and
similar "drawing cards."
Senator Aldrlch appears to havo
m copied the President's proposal for
nn tiKomu ttt. Wo now hnvo tho
Itepubllcan party committed to n
pulley that n few jenrs ago was
hi oined ns bnwhlskcred I'opullstle
Oahu's License Hoard, lifter enjoy
ing n peilod of public discussion,
now decides to do no llne-hnlr split
ting between the restaurants nnd
hotels. Much of tho unpleasantness
would have brX'ii saved had tho Com
mission traveled by (lie, publicity
itiuto In the first place.
l'hllndelphlii and l'lttsburg settled
their stteet car strikes in very short
in dei, and In neither Instnnco were
the established unions recognized.
The sensible men went back to their
wink and wages without awaiting to
iiilliblu ocr u question of whether
their organization or leaders had
lieenticated with proper regard for a
Hue teiiso of dignity.
The Governor of tho Territory
.(Night to realize, that the people do
not npprovo secretive methods, The
only successful administration is
' that which Is always direct and
nbovo board. Straight business Is
to domestic administration what
Aliicilcau "shirt sleevo" displomacy
Is to the nffalis of nations.
If memory serves coricotly ono
Coo Wan Hoy held for tho violation
of I'Merul law Is the person on
.whose testimony an aggregation of
hlghblndoru masquerading as re
formers attempted to ruin tho
leputntlon of a public olllccr. With
half tho alleged icformeis in jail,
'where they belong, Honolulu would
uudcigo n mmhed Improvement.
Sugar corporations that cut divi
dends Just ut tho pieseut time put
themselves In tho position of possl
lilj being held responsible for u gen
cial slump in btignr teeurltles from
which there will not bo n speedy ro-toM-ry.
l'eoplo don't stop to think
when they onto get in tho atmos
phere of u dowd tiylng to bear n
market and Improving every oppor
tunlt to piollt by tho timidity of
'I ho Liquor Llccnso Commission
has tome n round to tho veiy sonslblo
(oucluslnu that tho Bnlo of liquor on
Sunddys should bo allowed In ics
taui.iutH it ml hotels or pinhlbttloii
unfoucd ngalnt nil
Now it Is up to tho community to
Alf(4de whether -good business and
t,ooa moiuls mo best sened by ruuL-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per SI Mont n 0 .no
Per Year, anvhere In U S I.x
Pel Year tjir'there In Canada. ,. t.fto
Per Year poitpald, fortign 3.o
Entered at the IWoflire t Honolulu
m ifcotid clan matter.
Liquor wag bold on Sunday and Berv-'
probably hnvo-in his own home,
The action of tho Commission will
plonso tho radical prohibitionists,
nnd It will not displease tho man
who seldom goes to a hotel or res
taurant on n Sunday and cares veiy
fHttlo whether his food Is
down with beer or milk. I'cnplo
u'"i like or need "something warm"
i or an hour on the beach will feel
Injured. The transient visitor to
t io city will probably complain
i .oro than the icsldent becauso tho
latter will know whero to get It If ho
icnlly wants liquor.
If tho poIUe authority Is unable
to prevent tho wrongful salo of li
quor on Sunday when reputablo
places arc licensed, It seems highly
Improbable that tho vigilant police
will stop Illicit Bale utader a reglmo
of Sunday prohibition.
However, the experiment will ndd
a few mote Incidents to Increase.
tho knowledge of tho community
and perhaps add to the information
that will enable nn equltnlilo nnd
senstblo icvlslon of tho liquor law
when It again comes up for (ousldcr-
Tho suggestion that this move
will possibly save tho Territory fioml
a Congressional prohibition law Is
pure buncomb salted with a threat
to Influence timid people.
Our people nnd our officials should
seek to establish rules that will best
suit (fir own people. Whilo this is
none, mere is no more prospect oi
Congress hutting In than there is of
the mountains of the moon turning
to green cheese,
In peaceable possession of one-thtid
ucro nt Kapalama, l'nu Lane, Hono
lulu, for many )unrn, clulmlng that It
was given to his father by King Ka
mchumehn tho Fifth, John KuKino, a
nntlvo Hawaiian who hits spent all of
his years on tho Islands, and is passing
tho meridian of life, this morning
heard tho verdict of Judge Iloblnsoti
which menus that John nnd his wife
can live on in pcaco and keep posses
sion of tlto laud which has been In Ut
Tho trustees of tho Illshop Estate,
lepicseutcd by ox-Judges Llndsuy itud
Stanley, recently filed ejectment pro
ceedings against Kipoim and his wife,
on tho grounds that they held adverse
and unlawful khscssIoii of tho laud,
Attorney Chat lea Achl, counsel for
the defendants, imtdo an eloquent ap
peal for them, nnd tho Judgo decided
tho suit In his favor.
Coventor 1-Vcar today reappointed
C. 1). Lufkln nnd D. C. Lindsay as
members uf the Hoard of License,
Commissioners for Maul, as their
I'lesent term expires Juno 30. Al
bert Horner was it-named to servo
on tho Hawaii Hoard of License
Commissioners. Ho was first ap
pointed to take 'the place of A- Lid
guto (luring tho close of the Leg la
latino, nnd hits qualified for tho
place ro well that he lecelved the
leappolutiueiit. Other icappolijt
meats on the Oahu llo.it d will bo an
i ouueed tomorrow.
23y-"For 8!e" card at Bulletin. ,
Fort street ....2
Queen street ..3
Lunalilo street 2
Kaili avenue ..2
Middle street... 3
Elm street 3
Union street. ..3
Kapahulu . . ..4
Spencer street. .2
Lunalilo street.. 3
Young street 4
College Hills ..2
Diamond Head 4
Fort street ....3 bedrooms.
Kaimuki 2 bedrooms.
Berctania St, ..4 bedrooms.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
NO PAY FOR TYPIST
WHO FKfflllP LAW
Sundry and several were tho
toasts parsed out to 1'ltimhlug In
spector Mlohlstcln nnd, by Intel enre,
to Supervisors Logan nnd McClcllan
by Aylctt last night, when n bill for
typing tho now plumbing ordluanco
was brought In.
' Ah l.t kicked becnure he, ns chair
man of tho I'ubllc .Expenditures)
Committee, had not been consulted
before the bill was unlimited. Ay
lctt thought that he, as chairman of
the Sanitnry Committee, had suffer
ed u slight to his dlgnlt. Incident
nuly A)lctt read a (hunk of (barter
to show that the County Attorney,
when called upon, shall draft nil
ordinances. He evidently was un
dcr tho Impression that draft mean
typewrite, nnd ha seemed to thluk
that Cathcart should sit down befaro '
u thumb mnchlno nnd hammer out
cmbrvonlc laws. 1
In vain Logan and McClcllan, ns
members of tho Sanitary Committee,
explained that the bill was contract
ed with their full approbation, tlid
Injured ones swung tho tldo In their
favor nnd leptidlatcd tho Indebted
ness. Logan remarked, sotto voce,
"You'll have It to pay unwny."
We are instructed to offer for sale,
for a limited period, a desirable resi-
itnii in ih MaVtVi Tliatrirf TM
property is large, more than half an1"1,1 ?G ." l,' """ '"'
acre, well planted in trees andi'""1 .tl,1" Wk," imt'" crT' "ni,,a
shrubs; the honoa commodious and I f'e,,t ,"!', "fh",ort ,:;'nR ,h? r(csu"
modern. The owner desires to M",B, ,,lnKs ll,ut w, ,,",1,1,, 1tran18,:
leave the country and has given us I"'''""0" w '"" ''- " nicmiio
a bargain price. l!'"- "f B"",t, "J"1 ",ul,,lc i''" C!"J
I Iia nfiflii iTnil fii IFatrrn I t !i IViv anil
Felker premises Manoa Valley.
House and lot Lunalilo Street.
Tort and Merchant Streets.
A Wireless Message
to your friends
Will be a pleasure
1 0viy NSir,f"iiji.-. '" ,h
l - . - i mt,d
bedrooms. . 40.00
bedrooms, . 50.00
.3 bedrooms.. 60.00
URINQ your absence
from the Islands we
are prepared to
manage your estate
and look after your interests
here. You will And it great,
ly to your advantage to place
the management of your af
fairs with a capable and re
and sec us as to
;WHY NOT REVIVE
University Club and Elks
Could Do Much
Chin Me. ll.irtwell has made tho
suggestion that feonie effort ha made
to levlve shcll.raclug that wns onro
tllc center of' sporting intcreVt In
this rlty. He has n good second In
Harold Dillingham, nnd Tom King
Is always glad to move things of this
character along ns rapidly as pos
sible. Hartvvcll was talking tho matter
over with Tom King today, nnd Inti
mated that the University Club men
could get up n crow that would
causo the Healanls nnd tho Myrtles
tn look to their laurels.
King oners tho suggestion Hint
the shell rnco Idea be taken up unit
a three-cornered race bo held nl Peart
Harbor on the September llcgnttn
Day, taking tho place of tho usual
events in tlto harbor. This was dono
Inclilentall) give shell toeing tho
now leuse of life of which It is so
badly In need
These men want to heat ftom oth
ers. Thoj don't want tho sport to
die out when theie are such great
rounds of the past to be upheld.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phono 185.
THURSDAY, JULY 1ST,
We will begin a
Prices cut to pieces; see our win.
The Alexander Young
will be COOLER and
more inviting than
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Head this synopsis of the fcututo
film at Hie Art jesterday and see U von
can discover nnv thing objectionable
to th most carping critic:
Trovers, a lonely old bachelor, on
the eve of a holiday, when everjono
li nluoad on pleasure bent, goes tn
the club for companionship t drown
old memories, but finding no con
genial so'uls there Jie wanders forth
to watt it the people in the sticots.
Married couples are met, Jo)otis In
their offspring's delight nt tho gay
sights. All this but Intensifies Tro
vers 'Isolation, and ho hastens to hit
baihclor apartments whero ho Is
gicctcd by his faithful lolored ser
vant Memories still haunt him,
.-nd he decides that he will not sup
alone. Directing his servant, he or
ders u tnblo set for seven, with dow
ers nnd favors: then dismissing tho
faithful ono for the night, ho places
!( fore each plate a ruril bearing tho
r.ainc of n former loved one, nnd ndih
a souvenir or kecpsnko (o remind
Mm or tho past. Ho dines nlotte. In
the quiet nnd solitude of his chant
I'tr and drinks to each fair face aa
In Handy Pins
We liavc an immense stock
of Gold Handy Pins, in plain
gold, enameled and set with
The cheapness of the prices
will surprise you.
ti. F. Wicliman & Co.
Butter Famine Broken
3 Big new supply of the famous California Creamery
j Just received on the LURLINE: The best
2 butter that comes to the Islands. The best
Jl butter sold anywhere on earth.
, Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
$& -J For Infanta and Children.
ALCOHOL .1 pril m-v-r
ling lite Storoicfis arullfoweisof
ncss and IbstjConlalns ncitor
Opium .Morphine nor.MwcraL
nut .VAltlU 1 IL.
Ancrfcrl ltemcdv forClTOura
I Ion , Sour StonwcIUllarriwi
nessartdLoss or SLIER
raeSiroilc Sijnamtc of
NCW YORK; !
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
mcnior lit lugs It to view, and ns he
drinks, the vision of the fair one
nilset befoie him. until, one 1 one
tho chairs me occupied H.tilt Tu
rner sweetheart responds to Ills toast,
and then the lights grow dim, the
shadows deepen: at the stroke of 1
tho last candle lilt Iters out he Is
nlono! Ills head sinks on his breast,
nnd when his loyal servant arrives
In tho morning he finds that his be
loved master is lonely no more, for
his spirit has gone to Join his loved
ones in tho sh.tdun laud.
Among ilie loiuislj iiiiuil,ui-H to lie
piesontcil ,ti l he I'm It Open Air tin1
titer last nitJii l tt" tlenllilg with the
ladles who Mlp Hie kheel of nn auto
and encounter all Mirts of dlllleullles
on a trip iiiotiiiil town. There Is a lot
of f tin In the pit tare nnd much that
will interest the Indict who have the
habit Another li.te.estlng picture Is
that c.illet "Tliii ItlcorhetH " It has
to do v(h motoi boats, showing tuinie
of their peculiarities. Utile more
than i hluglcM on the surface of the
water their drlvtri uiiik Hn-rii go nl
treuieiiibiits i-m oil .itt - ptet tires ttre
aluiiv i lllli leslllu to the palrous uf
the million pletiiti ho "lltisti r'o
Ittvellgu" deals villi tin (iluealeil ilng
that gnts tn.nketlug wllh his mlstieis
An i in oiiutcr with it tramp tilings out
all of the dog Instinct to be round lit i
canine and brings plntldilH from tin
ladles ami children In the audience 1 1.
sptclal ri'(iiesl of the hundreds who
went to the Park Halimluj night and
(ould not train r.ilitilttnmo, the vvred.
of tlm lteptiblle will bo repeated this
ovculiig. As an e(ta ami unusual at
Unction there will be n number of sttif
tilling slides, made by A. It (iuricy.
Jr., shown tonight and tomnriow night
After eating onions a girl should
Immediately sit down and pet use some
work of fiction that l calculated to
lake hor bretlh owu) Chicago News
Bulletin Business Office Phono 250,
Hitllctin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
GunrantcciluitoVrtliclootiB m m j m j MllKlajajB
The Kind You Have
thk ctNTAuiieeM.aNr, Mcwvo.aairr.
SLAPPED HER FACT;
THREATENED TO Kill
Strenuous Charges Bro't
By Wile In Suit For
I'liail'.ln- tlint lift biiKlminl lineal
cited to kill her. slaiiped her face In
pttbllo, nnd practiced acta nf evtietuo
criulty upon her. buoel It UnsniinHci
has nkei In n intlllon tiled with the
Circuit Court today, that the links Io
tho chain of matrimony bo cut nsun
dor, and tho freed of her life nf alleged
It appears tho couple were married
at Honolulu. March it, 02. and havo
one child, a girl of six years On April
2'j last Mrs. Ilnsmilsscti (haipe that
Thovel her husband, puhliclv slappid
her and des lie ri p ill d erf or Is to
llvn peaci full) niKl foicl(. i i in but
that tdtn lallid .lnd:i Unbliiiui Ittui
ordi rid tin liii-ili'iil ! a,i ir in
('unit tin I pinvl', ' i pornn alimony
pending the In. i :
III the l'cileial t'oiiii thU tuotiilug,
t'nlleil Slates lUslikt .IiuIki' liole list
ened to the iirguitiiuts of Alioritoy
l.lgltlfont III behalf of t'lhlj.uua. In
dieted on lour counts b the Federal
('.rand ,lur for alleged violation of tho
I iost a I lawH. I.lghtfiMit asked for n
reduction of ball which was $1000 on
I'titb count. Tho Judge finally ngrceil
to indu'p the bull U IfiOO'lii ooeh case,
it $2100 total bonds that the iieeused
will hnvu to furlilsli before gaining hM
f t Al