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EVENING DULLETtN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESOAAY, JULY 13, 1909.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO LTD
At 120 Kinjr Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. '
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
WHuco R. Farrlnjjton, - Editor
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Per Quarter, flityurhrre III U.S. ... 3.oo
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Tl I Editorial Rooms, - 185
Jl m a I
As lie brews, so shall he drink
Crooked as n horse run- will be it
form of expletive that will hold llllo
fur a while.
('usual obHtM'Witlon Indicates that
IIijiiim- It to ho had In Honolulu on
most nti Sunday
Knlilo will II ml It the hardest Job
of his career to tilt running tor
Delegate to Congicss.
llouoliilii should have a city hall.
K $100,000 will put up a creditable
building, the rlty can well afford II.
South American lepubllcs may
light us much :ih they please. They
do not disturb the balance of dread
nought!) In Kurope.
If It servo not public comonlenoe
to havo the Federal" building on 1'nl
pen S(tiaro, why should tlm city nlll
ecu bo moved In that direction?
When there la no cable tnle of
how litany lions Col. Itoosevclt has
hlmt, oti may assume that the mo
ments of silence nie occupied In writ
ing about It.
livery once In a while we arc told
that the prlzo light gamo Is a gen
tlemanly affair. And then thlngt
linpK!ii that make most cverjone
loutlmic to doubt It.
If they keep up nt tho present rate
the Japanese nsMHlatloiiB for alleged
higher wagen will be telling tho gov
ernment nnd police authorities
wh.it to do and demanding that It
bo done forthwith.
Thoso fortunate enough to hear
Dr. (Ireen lecturo went away with
tho feeling that even nn automobile
accident may huve some good re
sults for the community, so no one
was permanently Injured.
Congress got out from under tho
Iniome tax resolution wonderfully
well. Tho fight of tho Interests will
bo made through nn attempted pur
chase of Legislatures that must fin
ally pass on the question.
A little more deflanco of the law
and officers of tho law, and the Fed
eral government will be making a
searching Inquiry Into tho plans and
purposes of the citizens of a friendly
nation. And well might' It do so.
I'lesldent Allison of Princeton told
tho graduates of 1900 that "holiest
gieed" brought tho late financial
panic. Hut ho defined tho "honest
grtcd" men ns thoso who pllo up
wealth by keeping Just Inside tho
Never has a prominent ofllccr of
tho urmy or navy lsltod Honolulu
of Into that he has not given orders
to proceed with tomo new work
Still there is more to follow, and
half tho people of this city do not
fully appreciate the inagnlflcenco of
Honolulu's assured future.
Governor Fienr has told the whole
slory In connection with his plane
for the Honolulu Halo lot. He Is an
outspoken exponent of the Civic Ccu
ter on IMluco Square, Ho found his
mistake In acting tho secret expon
ent when he tiled to put through tho
lliiliuku site cxclinngo on tho quiet.
1 So the stilkers hovo been peaco
fill, have they? So havo tho people
of Honolulu. There Is not another
city under tho American flag where
the secret operations of certain Jap
anese during thn last six months
could bo duplicated, and tho citizens
nrcept It as calml) as tho citizens of
' Honolulu. Soino of our Japanese
icsldents seem to think that the law
jtml government of this Territory, to
say nothing of Its Industiy, Is mero
lough or putty to bo molded to suit
their sweet will, and if not satisfac
tory, set asldo and Ignored. Any
alien ought to know that there Is a
limit to tho good will of tho Ameil
can neoplo. especially when It Id
Per Six Motitm 0 .no
Ter Yer, inhere In U.S I.oo
Pet Year au)vherc In Ciiad... I. no
Per Year ioituU, loreixi 3.to
Entrrtd at the PoMoffict t Honolulu
m votnlclJM mtilrr.
.JULY 13, 1909.
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION COMMIS
SIONERS AND THE COUNTIES.
Commissioner AlKeu of Maui nsk
id nt the first meeting of tho Hoard
of Public Instruction whether the
Commissioners would have to supply
n teacher If the Supervisors of any
County dcriJeil they wanted a new
school house In some locality where,
there Is none now.
Speaking for tho people, the II it 1 -I
c t I n would suggest that It Is up
to the Coiiimlssloneis of Public In
stinct lou to supply it teacher wher
ever the people nsk for one, whllo
piomlHliig to fmiiMi the st'hoolhuusn
us well iih tho funds to suppuit the
teacher and tho house.
We fnll to Bee why tho Commis
sioners of Public Instruction should
explode before they have been
thientened with any friction matches
In the vicinity of their senslthe
Commissioner Molr says tho ten
dency of the public schools Is to
ward politics. Mr. Molr Is n splendid
geiitlemnn. Hut Instead of tnll.lng
it the Legislature ho should more
properly lambaste sonic of his bi oth
er plantation managers who are of
tho stay-at-home type, nnd let poll
tics iind the government go to tho
'lemlnltlon bowwows In his County.
Thcso Commissioners from tho
lutstde Islands appear to have just
earned that tho Hoard of Public In
itructlon, practically considered,
icvcr wus anything hut an advisory
body. The excited members of tho
Legislature decided that the Super
intendent should have less power,
and they forthwith organized tho
Hoard In such a milliner that the Su
perintendent Is mom Independent of
the Commissioners than ever, but
not of the County Supervisors, 11c
forc this present Hoard session ad
join ns It will bo absolutely necessary
for It to pass a icsolutlon that will
practically put tho whole manage
ment of the Hontd's affairs In tho
Superintendent's hands until tho
next meeting, sometime ncs.t Janu
ary. Someone may quote this ni an evi
dence of the nonc')iupus-mentiincs8
of tho Lcglslatuie, Let him iccall
however that It was nil done nt the
command of tho enlightened and
piogrcsslvc membeis fioin the out
side dlstilcts, iucludlng Kaunl.
Commissioners nro wasting hi oath
railing at tho Leglslntuic. Hefore
they aio through they will And that
whut Is left to ho done by this ad
visory CoaimUslon is a man's-Blze
task, if well done.
If thcso Commissioner, especially
the outside Islanders, show tho
right spliit, each one will do some
thing whllo In the Hoard meeting
nnd also when ho gets home, besides
complain at what should havo been
Lots of good woik for education
fines tho Coi:iinlxloucr with com
mon sense, liberal ideals, enthusi
asm for woik, ami n nattual or cul
tlvatcd Inclination to follow along
tho lines laid down by tho represen'
tatlvcs of the people.
Each Commissioner can do a thou
sand times more good by co-operating
with tho Supervisors of Ills
County nfto rtho Hoard work Is
completed In Honolulu than Is pos
sible by sitting on tho high seat of
Educational Pomposity whence, ho
declaims loudly against tho Legisla
tors nnd perhaps the Supervisors and
tho people generally.
Each Commissioner In his or her
district should mnko It a part of his
pr her dally duty to keep In touch
with tho Supervisor partlculaily In
terested or In charge of tho public
schools of tho County, I.ven Super
visor are human. Nearly all Super
visor, except possibly those on Ha
waii, aro willing to learn, nnd we
believe that the great majority of
tho Supervisors and the people be
Hove In good school- kept In well
repaired nnd comfortnblo school
Abovo all things. It Is not the duty
of tho Commissioner of Public In
struction to stnrt out upon their
work with the conviction that tho
now system is the conception of n
perverBQ and nddlc-patcd Legisla
ture nnd can't ho madq n success
nnywiiy. Success Is not hulldcd on
any such foundations.
Tho theory of tho picsent man-
Fort Street . .
Printers Lane .
Lunnlilo St. . .
Kaili Avenue .
Rose Street . .
Elm Street ...
Union Street . .
Knimuki . .
Waikiki . ..
Waikiki . .
Berctania St. ..4
Knlia Road ... .2
College Hills ... 2
Bcretnnia St. . .5
Kinau St 4
Alexander St. . .3
necment of tho educational affairs
tif tho Territory Is absolutely cor
rect, though there may ho eriors In
some minor details.
Tho Hoard of Public Instruction
should piopcrly have charge of tho
course of study. It should vouch for
the teachers and ussuiu the schools
I'.rst-tlnsH teachers, or tho best to bo
had. livery Island division should
bo rcpivsented on tho Hoard.
It Is eminently fitting for tho
County Supervisor, I, v., the local
municipal government, to havo
charge of the construction nnd euro
of the school houses. They are di
rectly answcrablo to the people. And
If tho peoplo of the various Counties
of tho Territory nro not sufficiently
Interested lu the public schools, do
not euro enough for their chil
dren, to sec to It, demand and com
mand that the school houses shall bo
large, nlry nlid In good repair nt
all times, then tho Torrltory of Ha
waii Is not us capable of Belf-govern-ment
ns It Is generally credited.
Our Commissioners, by some of
their prcllmlnaty rental ks, have tak
en tho bit In their teeth nnd run
nwny with tho Idea that tho peoplo
don't know nuthln', don't wnnt to
know nuthln' and ought to be
Perhaps that's right. Hut tho
Commissioner rhould first pave tho
way to popular Intelligence by care
fully modulated speech and wise ac
tion to pmvo tho truth of tho Phari
saical proposition that tho Commis
sioners of Public Instruction are bet
ter than the Supervisor.
Let us show you a bargain in one
of the best resident sections of
Honolulu. Size of lot 50x200. Mod
ern cotage of parlor, dining room,
three bed rooms, kitchen, bath, etc.
A real bargain at $4,000.
$4,250.00 will buy a home in Mo
ana Valley, almost new. Suitable
for small family. Terms to suit pur
We have a few choice building
lots. One especially good in Manoa
Valley for $1,000. Another in the
Makiki District for $2,000.
Perhaps you would like to buy,
but have not found just what you de
sire. Let us find it for you.
Cor, Fort and Merchant Sts.
Send a Message to Your
r.Y Vr X- rn s
2 bedrooms .
1 3 bedrooms.
bedrooms', . 40.00
bedrooms. . 45.00
bedrooms. . G0.00
Wi11e shouId be
VV llib carcfuJly
drawn by men who are
familiar with the law.
Our legal depart
ment will draft your
will free of charge. If
you have not already
made a will, or if the
one you have made is
not entirely satisfac
tory, why not take ad
vantage of this offer.
Bishop Trust Co.f Ltd.
LENGTH OF MINUTE.
( Continued from Pase 11
He sat nearly tho whole time ho
was In tho nfllco dlicctly alongside
Scovllio nnd smoked, p.'i.coibl.
Kinney putting his chair on tho
stand and sitting bcsldo tho witness
to show tho Jury how they looked.
They looked like tho lion nnd tho
The testimony was monotonous In
Its sameness to that which went be
foii. lie differed from the testi
mony of Fiichino only In that thero
were only 20 or 30 people mound the
building, whereas ruchlno had said
thero wcio (10 or 70.
Aicordlug to his testimony, Mlnti-
cht nnd I lata camo into tho olllco
whllo Scovlllo nnd tho prisoner wcro
theie nnd talked for n few minutes.
Mlauclil stood at tho door and kept
telling tho people to go home. In
cidentally, accoidlng to Takiyanin,
neaily all tho crowd wcro Portu
guese or Hawaiian, and he did not
icmembcr seeing n slnglo son of Nip
When Henry cnino In tho automo
bile to take MIKnwa and Scovlllo
away, Taktynma was so far disin
terested In tho affair that ho did not
even leavo the building. He denied
that thero was an tiouhlc.
Ourlng tho wholo proceedings
this morning Ltghtfont kept object
ing KtrcnuoiiBly to Klnue)'s manner
of cross-examination, claiming that
It took too much time, nnd It was
not until lute that Kinney icclpio
ca led and taxed Light foot with tho
Whllo on tho stand today, Fushlnn
tCHtllled tint Jol.iio Mlkawa wns a
member of tho Wnlpnhu Association.
When Mlkawu was on tho stnud ho ((
tilled that hp had nothing to do with It.
It Is ihoiutht that tho line of testimony
Sale of Laces
Monday, July 19,
8 A. M.
VALENCIENNES LACES, PRINC
ESS LACES, OLUNEY MEDAL.
I LIONS, NET TOP LACES, BLACK
will be found in every depart
ment of the Alexander Young
You may inspect the Kitchen,
the Bake Shop, or. the Candy
Open from G a. m. to 11:30 p. m.
Up till this morning thero were no
lesH timn rlxty guests registered at
the Monnn Hotel, but tho number
was decreased some twenty or so by
the departure of n big party for llllo
nnd the Volcano.
The register nt the hotel shows
Hint there has been n steady stream
of tourists coming In all along, nnd
toe nciiuiiiiii iiionun uas oeeu preiiy
well crowded nil the time.
Tho Seaside, although having a
fow vacant rooms nt present, will bo
filled In tho near future, as reserva
tions havo been made for a largo
number of guests who expect to ni-
rlvo In Honolulu within tho next
Manager John Coffee of tho pretty
beach hotel Is constantly lu receipt
nf letters from tho coast nsklng
about terms, etc. President Schwp-
rln of thn I'lictflc Mull has reserved
n suite of rooms for him 't and
wife. He will be arriving lu n week
The Inn Is as usual full up, nnd
some would-be guests had to be
turned away 1.1st week. Tho beauti
ful beach at the Inn Is one of the
best fur swimming nt Waikiki, and
full udvnntngo Is taken of the nb-
Rcnro of (mill by many people during
Colonel Schuyler of Sclioflcld Ilar-
rucks was a guest nt tho Young dur
ing the week, as was Huron Albert
de llnchrnch, who arrived from
China lately. He and two friends
Intend making tho Volcano trip be
fore they leave the Islands.
The Young has Just about tho us
ual number of guests, nnd us the
visitors havo the option of dining
nt the Moanu If they wish, thero Is
nlways a stir around the hotel olllce
during the nrrlvnl and departure of
the guests 'to and from the bench.
Somebody must have stuck a pin
Into somo Oriental Cupid lately, and
furthermore this same Cupid, with
the test of the Far Hast, Is "waking
up," ns tho diplomats say, and cast
ing off old traditions. Which means
that ho has cast aside tho old Snnui
l ill bow and arrow and pilopted an
Anyway, when that pin was stuck
Into lilm, he Jumped forty feet nnd
shot off his whole charge In .1 lump.
As n tcsult thero halo been eighteen
mnriliigo licenses iccorded nt tho
Hoard of Health In Japanese names,
mid of these fifteen come from tho'
Immigration Station. Is It possible
that n contagious dlsenso Is linger
ing on American shores to which the
Orientals fall victims to, or is It Just
because Cupid in American garb Is
moro fnvoiably received than In n
:t n n n u it u ts n ::
that tho Japanese nro giving, out will
lay them open to chniges of perjury at
tho conclusion of tho trial, lu some
respects tl.o testimony being glien by
tho Japaucco Is so Identical that It Is
rusplchnis and In other cases Hat cou
Inunctions aro appealing.
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We carry all styles and siz
es. ?2 :50 upwards.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
48 1 z i
up, imrm '
AI.COIIOI, 3 PI. It tlVHV
rroraoles Dijeslion CkfrtU
Apcrfeet Itenwdy forCcnsupa-;
lion, aour aio macii.uuiiiwj
Guaranteed, under uici'owjojl
m ...aL. iLftfar
Enct Copy of Wrapper.
185 King St
P0HA JAM, MANGO CHUTNEY, GUAVA JELLY, GUAVA JAM,
GUAVA MARMALADE, PINEAPPLE TICKLES, PINEAPPLE JAM, PA
PAIA AND CHINESE ORANGE MARMALADE, TAMARINDS.
MRS. ANNIE A. KEARNS, Proprietor, 184 Hotel Street, Opposite
Alexander Young- Hotel, Honolulu.
DIES IN CHINA l
AND IS INTESTATE!
Ilcc.iuo ho ihoso to lay his
honea Willi his nmcstois and he
cuuso, under tho Dragon ring, ho for
got the I'lintoiUH of the foreign dev
ils among whom ho hud hcen living
and uinongiit whom he had made hl
lortiiue, tile cstntu (it Tong Chung
Soy lu now hunting fur an udutlnui
tintor. Tho old Chinaman died In the
Tong Ka lllagu In Cilna, Intestate,
and Tong Ylclt Yin today filed pa
pciH ashing to he appointed an ad
mlnUtriitor. Tho estate Is valued nt
nhoiit $19,000 nnd cmuUtH of stock
in Chinese mcrcnntllo stoics itud
BIG SCENIC ROAD
What will pioh.ihly ho tho greatest
scenic urn 1 In tho itdumlH will piohahly
soon ho toiiipleted If llio pinna of tho
government aro can led out In a hhort
tlino. It '.as now hcen decided to ex
tend tho Makiki iu.nl aioimil Hound
Top, mulling It Join tho Tiiiit.iliin llond
behind Sugar l.oaf, h coinnleto clicult
bens tlitiu liudo. Tho grade will prob
ably nieingo about li per cent. It Is
expected to be built with prison labor
as a iippropilatlou has becu made
.Bulletin Business OlHce Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
Bears the A A,
opp Sl Co.
Honolulu Jam and Chutney
Hawaiian Tropic Preserves
SENTENCE IS ONE
HOUR IN PRISON
Cupid lost out lifter nil, but ho
didn't Uuu opt ory much. l.lvla
Mulultuiiii muKdtillo riplluul, who
weio uricsted on bench warrants to
appear In tho 1'edeial Coin t this
Morning, where, If they weio not
inairled, they would iccclo what,
In tho expressive languagti of thu
stieet, Is Known as "thcliB," got
"theirs," but It was only ono hour
In pilmii. So Cupid smiled sweetly,
for ono hour Isn't much,
The two were Indicted Bonie tlino
ogo and upon being told 'that thej
weio about to bo mauled, Judgo Dole
allowed them until estenlny to get
mauled or appear for sentence.
Yesteiday they fulled lu appear, hut
their uttomoy, Spencer, said he be
lleicd them to hnvo been safely wed
iled. This morning It developed that
they hadn't, but In a great hurry ,
they weiu spliced up In tho U. S.
Mill chilli's olllce, did their one hour's
penanco and went on their lioney
ROMA BRINGS OIL.
After making n, smoolh lKtssnti. of
nlno dnya fioin Sun I'lauclsco, thu
Union Ol steamer Honi'i, Captain I.nw
Kin, united llils uflornnoii, docking at
tho ralhoad whaif nt about 1:30
o'clock. Sho brought 29,000 barrels of
oil for Honolulu. Shu wm Ba for
tho coast ns boon a3 her cat go Is mi-loaded.