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BVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., SATURDAY, JULY U, 190B.
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Wallace R. Ftarrlngton, - Editor
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"We speak with great satisfaction
cf the fnct that our ancestors and
I claim New England ancestry
came to this country in order to es
tablish freedom of religion. Well, if
you are going to be exact, they came
to this country to establish freedom
of their religion, and not the free
dom of anybody else's religion. The
'rut'i i in those days such a thing
bs freedom of religion was not un
derstood. We look with a great
'deal of condemnation on those par
ticular denominations that punished
our ancestors because our ancestors
wished to hare a different kind of
leligion, but when our ancestors got
here' in this country and ruled they
intended to have their own religion
and no other. But we have passed
beyond that. The Rev. James Fitch
could not look upon any other re
ligion in this community with any
degree of patience, but his descend
ants, firm in the faith as he was,
now see that the best way to pro
mote Christianity and the worship
of God nnd religion is to. let every
man worship God as he chooses.
President Wm. H. Taft.
Citizens who do something to help
the permanent progress of Honolulu
tuu good citizens', whether they nro
newro.licrs or members ot the com
'ii.ut. I'nt your money in the entorprls
Jcj nf llnwiill. You can't illlike bct
'ter returns elucwhcre, nnd there Is
i , ti measure of moral obligation even
, j;ln Investments.
r How true it was that the I'uritnns
. iHtalillsIieil their own religion nnd
'would have no other. And how fre
1 (fluently sonio of our own hide-bound
"'citizens tried to repeat that history
'lieru lu Hawaii.
' It Is probable that I.ouls Kcnnlio
. will luuo the support of Congress
1 man .M unlock for the. position ot
, 1'oHtmaster In Honolulu, if ho gets
it, Mr. Murdoch: may coma n'Rnln
Mid cither clmngo his mind or give
us tho other barrel.
With everybody busy trying to
furnish tho people with amusement,
rtwMlll'U BCCllin " UU II'JMU IU 1ICTBU1IU11
conduct the tourists who need to bo
.told wlmt to do, Alexander Iliimo
l'fird has been away long eunuch fur
his good lib-n to bo accepted as origin-
ntlng locally, and applied for thu cum-
ft? : -
GREAT BRITAIN'S INDIAN
, Mudarlal Dhlnngrl, tho Indian
Mudcnt who assassinated Lieut. Col.
"Sir William Ilutt Curzon Wylllo and
t'Dr. Cawns I.alcacn, got what ho
.wanted tho death (sentence
and as the young man appears to
WfT'l i uuvo inuuo me way cusy jor ins cou-
liwlT vlflnn nun hrit1i'u frltil wnu nmtiln
s u - -
J.l1 .time In which to render Justlco In tho
When Dhlnagrl dies the world
.will look upon Ills passing us the do
'parturo of one more, fanatic. Hut
Unices all signs fall there nre thous-
unds ot such fanatics In India and
'they furnish a mighty serious prob
lem for (Ireat Drttaln, Tho boiler
held by ftist Indians, of which Dhln
I'sarl Is probably a fair type, Is no
doubt expiessed by him In the state
ment ho made, shortly nfler his or
'.rest: "I maintain that It It is patriotic
for Englishmen to fight against the
(lerninna If they occupy this country,
then it Is much more Justifiable nnd
iiuore patriotic in my case to nght
Against the English. I hold Hint
tlio 'English people uro responsible
for tho murder of 80,000,000 or my
'countrymen during the last fifty
fyenrs, and Unit they nre nlso respon
sible for the taking from Jnillft of
$500,000,000 ovury year to thlH
s "I also hold that they nie lespon
"slblu for the hanging nnd Ueporta-
on of my patriotic countrymen .who
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Fer Sit Moulin ,B0
Fer Yeir, tnwriere In U S I.cmi
Pet Year nii)'vhtre In Cind... I, Ho
PetYtM pol.alil, loit.ii 3.tM
Entered at the PoMoffice at Honolulu
m tecond cIim mttttr.
JULY 24. 1909.
do Just what the Kngllsh hero nro
ndtlslng their countrymen to do. I(
the Germans have no right to occu
py the country, then the Kngllsh
It Is perfectly justlllnble on our part
have no right to occupy India, and
to Ulll any Kngllshmnn who Is pol
luting our sacred hind."'
Vm GREAT BATTLF.
William II. Tuft Is fighting a great
battle In Washington,
Arrayed against him. bitter nnd
smooth, nre all the great protected
Interests of the greatest nation on
earth. Kach has grown strong (n
political power, and "wealthy bo
ond tho dreams of avarice." All
are ready to prove the disaster to
the common people that will be
brought about through a reduction
to tariff favors.
Lined up with him nre tho Peo
ple many of them Invertebrate,
some because they nro built that
way, and others so on account of
their not taking tho time, to inform
themselves. A great number will
be loud In their condemnation ot
the President should the revengeful
Interests by their power of manipu
lation bring about depressed Indus
trial conditions that they may point
'n the President ns the responsible
It takes courngo to pursue, a
-ourse which though right may re
mit In suffering among a class of
people wliu can III uffard the sticss
of Industrial battle brought on by
Since such tremendous Issues arc
nt stake, the official statement Is
sued from the White House after n
confeience with the President of
twenty-five Congressmen advocating
a tariff on rnw material, must be
reckoned as one ot the historical
documents ot Mr. Taft's administra
tion. For this icason It Is presented to
II it I 1 e 1 1 n renders In full. Spe
cial attention Is called to tho third
paragraph, In which the President
states his understanding ot what a
protective tariff Is:
"Mr. Young of Michigan opposed
rfee ore; Air. Mondcll opposed free
coal or reciprocity with Canada, and
free hides, each on tho ground that
tho policy would Injure tho interests
of his stnte, nnd a discussion was
participated In by the other repre
sentatives, who urged that tho doc
trine ot ft co raw material was not
n Ilcpubllcan doctrine.
"Tho President replied that ho
was not committed to tho prlnclplo
of free raw material, but that he
was committed to tho principle ot
n downward reduction of the tariff
which he had promised, and that ho
was obliged to look at tho matter
not from the standpoint of any par
ticular district, but from tho stand
point of tho whole country, and nlso
from the standpoint of responsibility
for the ontlro Republican party. Ho
Bald the question In each enso was n
question of fact, to be determined by
evidence ns to whothef tho rate was
excessive so that a downward re
vision or putting tho article on the
frco list would not injure the In
dustry. "He repeated tho platform of tho
Republican party and said that he
had understood it meant a down
ward revision In many instances,
though perhaps In some tew cases an
Increase might be needed; that ho
reached this construction of the
platform on what he understood to
bo tho prlnclplo ot protection and Its
Justification, namely, that after an
Industry was protected by a duty
equal to tho differenco between the
cost ot production abroad and the
cost ot production in this country,
Including a fair profit to tho manu
facturer, the energy nnd enterprise
of American business men and cap
italists, tho effectiveness ot Ameri
can labor nnd the Ingenuity of
American Inventors under the im
pulse nf competition behind tho tar
iff wall would reduco the cost of
production, and that with reduction
of the cost of production tho tariff
( rale would become unnecessarily
mgii and ought to be reduced. Thin
uai the normal operation of tho tar
iff as claimed by the defenders of
the piotccthe system not In every
case, but as a general rule, That ot
Fort Street ...
Printers lane .
Kalakaua Ave .
Lunalilo St. . .
Xaili Avenue. .
Bose Street . . '.
Elm Street ...
Union Street . .
Berctania St. .
Xalia Road . . .
College Hills . .
Berctania St. ,
Xinau St. ...
Alexander St. ,
Trent Trust Co., ltd.
course n revision ot the tariff could
not be perfect, must hnve defects
and InrmtslRtenrlpfl. lint In sn far as'
his Influence went when called upon
to net In connection with legisla
tion, It would be thrown In the di
rection of performing the promises
of the 'party as ho understood them;
nnd that If Iron oro nnd oil nnd coal
and hides did not need protection,
and the conditions wcro such as to
enable our producers of hides to
compete successfully, without re
duction of wages, with the produc
ers from abroad, then they did not
need a duty and their articles should
go on tho free list.
"It was a question of fnct which
ho hoped to mnko up his mind with
respect to, on such evldcnco ns was
available to him. In order to carry
out what he understood to bo tho
promise of the pnrty to the whole
people. He said he felt that his po
sition ns the titular head ot tho Re
publican party nnd as President
gnvo him n bomcwhnt broader point
ot view than that of a single mem
ber of Congress In respect to articles
produced In his district. Ho felt
strongly the call for n downward re
lslon within the limitations of the
I rotcctlvo principle, nnd he hoped
to bo nblo to respond to that call as
he heard It, ns well nf In the inter
ests of the pnrty as of tho country."
Editor K veiling Ilullotln:
Plcaso insert tho following: I do Hot
mind my irlcnds carrying on politics
In their own way, but I request of
them that they omit to drag my iiamo
Into that '-atcgory. Thanking you for
space. Very truly,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record July 22, 1SC9,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:33 p. m.
Mary D Prime, to James I.ovo . . . Itcl
Concordia n C P to Philip Jarilln. .Itcl
Est nf C Afong by ndmr to Julia II
William H Comwell adv Arthur M
Drown ,. Attachment
O I, Samson and wf to Mabel A
Ulshop & Co to Mutual Telephone
Co , I)
for sale ,
MAN0A VALLEY Building Lots
36,000 sq. ft., unsurpassed location .' $2,000
17,000 sq. ft., good view, good soil , 1,000
Half a block, eight lots fronting on three streets, cleared,
fenced, water laid on, 300x400140,000 sq. ft. and all
Two corner lots on Ninth Avenue, 150x200, on high ground,
commanding view of Honolulu Harbor and City. $600
will buy them.
MAKIKI DISTRICT ' '
A modern bungalow on Matlock Avenue, almost new $2,750
Modern cottage, well located, coiner, lot $4,500
.2 bedrooms. 4 8.00
.2 bedrooms. 12.00
.2 bedrooms.. 15.00
.2btdroomt. . 15.00
.2 bedrooms.. 16,00
.2 bedrooms.. 18.00
.3 bedrooms... 18.00'
.3 .Bedrooms.. 20.00
.3 bedrooms.. 20.00 '
.2 bedrooms.. 25.00 '
.2 bedrooms., 21.80
.3 bedrooms. . 32.50
. 2 bedrooms . . - 35.00
.4 bedrooms.. 40.00
.2 bedrooms.. 40.00
.2 bedrooms.. 45.00
bed rooms. .$30.00
bedrooms. . 55.00
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Member ' Honolulu
Stock and Bond Ex
change. We buy and sell
Stocks and Bonds.
We have money to
loan on listed sugar
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Bethel St. Honolulu
Henry Van (Ilcsoft and wf to' I.um
Yip Kco ...., D
Prot i:pcl Ch in liuwn Irlds to Hur-
rlot I. Wall U
Kmcllno H Thompson nnd list) to
Mutual Illdg & Loan Hoc ot Haw
I.llliiokalnni to Charles 0 Crano ....L
I.llluokalani to Geo II Angus L
I.llliiokalniil to John J Hclscr ......L
Entered for Record July 23, 1909,
f.-om 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a, m.
Camllne II (lurrcy and hub to Mil-
died I. Korrls D
M Hilled 1, Norrls nnd hsh to Henry
Wnterhouso Tr Co Ltd Tr M
Olun SiiK.ii- Co Ltd ot ul to llllo
Ilntlroad Co Itcl
Anno Cuvtnr and hsb to (Pioneer
llldg & Loan Assn of Haw M
John S. Knrly, Bald by Wnshlngtor
uuthoiltlcs to bo suffering from lep
rosy, will bo taken In an automobile
to New York, whore ho will bo trcnt
cd by Dr. I.. I). Ilulklcy, who believes
Karly is not n leper, but is suffering
from n curnblo skin disease
Judging from tho newspaper com
ments, tho corporation tax is just about
ns populai us a green persimmon.
Tangible Plans For New
Armory Now Under
Tho Merchants' Association jester
day selected the special committee to
draff taiiKlhlu plans ulth estimate for
tho proposed new Armory, Indorsed nt
tho Inst mcctlrift. They nre: flcorgo
W, Smith, chairman; Zcno K. Mjers,
and O. t'rod Push, This committee will
also call on tho principal financiers of
tho city with a view of Interesting
them In tho project
In n stntcmeut prepared nnd sub.
mlttcd by Adjutant Qcnornl Jones, to
tho-Merchants' Association, It will re
qiltro at Ics' J 10,000 to build u con
crcto Armoiy Another estimate fi-r
stono nnd brlck'was SlOO.OOa.' It Is
thought the Armory can bo coi.tt-nct-cd
nnd flemished within tho (50,000
(Continued from ?aze I)
gressor. WJth regard to tho weap
on, ho said It was n loaded club
commonly used by thugs, murder
ers nnd criminals ot the worst de
scription. In rebuttal, Prosecuting Attorney
llrown pointed out Hint only two of
Chllltugworth'g witnesses had been
(.rrcstcd and that the third was n
witness for the prosecution. With
icgnrd to the weapon used, " was n
iccognlzcd police weapon, nnd In
deed the one owned by Mr. I.cil had
been presented to the latter by
Chllllngworth nt tho expiration of
his term ot oflko ns Deputy High
Mr. Chllllngworth (excitedly):
"I ilnro cither1 Mr. llrown or Mr.
I.eal to take the stand and swear to
Chllllngworth again spoke of the
Illegal nrrcst of his witnesses, whirl
ho claimed had been in tho presence
of tho court and was thcicforo In
valid, when Attorney llrown nroso
and said: "I cannot allow Mr
Chllllngworth to persist lu making
false statements, and I should like,
to put Mr. Leal on tho stand."
Mr. Lent took tho stand and tes
tified that all ho nrrosts had been
mado outsldo tho court room, that
tho loaded club had been given him
by Mr. Chllllngworth on tho veranda
ot tho latter's house.
Ills ovldenco with regard to tho
arrests -was corroborated by Apana.
Chllllngworth then stnted Hint
tho youngest witness, a small Chi
r.eta'.Upy of nbout 12 years, had been
beaten nnd bruised by Joo Leal lu
tho latter's offlco after tho nrrcst
by striking him over tho cjo and
pushing him around In a very, rough
Judgo Andrndo mado a very raro
ful examination of tho boy, snipping
Ms shirt to examine his hack mid
chest whero bo said ho was beaten,
but could not find tho slightest it
dlcntlon ot the boy over having been
Joo Leal said that ho had not
struck the boy nnd that It was u
puro fabrication on tho part of tho
boy; that ho was n llttlo tough, and
had been twlco nnd now was on pro
bation from Judgo Whitney's Court.
Judgo Andrnde dellvcri-d n sen
tence of sixty dnjg. .
Ed. Ingham, manager of tho I'arker
Itanch, canio down today from Hawaii.
Tho btcamshlp Alaskan of tho Anier-Ican-Hawullan
lino will sail from San
Kranclsco tomorrow; 8ho will bring u
full load of freight for this port, mak
Ing the tilp In nbout seven days.
Thoro will be two games ot base
ball nt tho Athletic Park tomorrow
nricrnoon, nnd In the moinlng tho
Juniors will stnrt their series going.
A big crowd of nutos loft town
for Lcllehua about noon time today,
mid tho attendance nt tho polo
Kiinio should bo vqry largo.
A petition for lctteis of adminis
tration and appointment of a guar
dian was today filed In tho Circuit
Court by Lelnnnl Winkler, widow of
Otto Winkler. Sho asked tho
guardla nnppolnted for her 9 jenr
old son George. Tho cstato Is val
ued nt S1.-10.2G,
White grounds with various col?
orcd stripes, fast colors, best quality.
65c per yard
Steals Fish And Chased
Along Waterfront To
Yostcrday nfternoon tho water
front was Iho sccno of nn exciting
chase.. About I o'clock n Chinaman
c hnscil by a largo crowd come down
Nuiinnu sheet. Tho cries were
heard lu tho police ofllce, and Ser
gennt II. N. Knhnlopuna, In. com
pany with DctectUo Vlckory nt onco
gave chase. Tho pumtlt was con
tinued nlong the waterfront, but he
wns eventually captured by Vlckory
at tho old Klsu Market, nnd on In
vestigation ho was accused of steal
ing n box of Jnpancso fish from n
store on Knkahu.-i street, valued nt
Ho wns charged In police court
this nfternoon nnd pleated guilty. A
number of previous convictions nro
recorded ngalnst htm, and Judga An
drndo sentenced him to a term of lm
pibronniciit pr six months,
JUDGE SCORES NATIVE WITNESS.
"I think the police ought to get'
after some of tho witnesses In this i
case and nnll somebody for perjury," ,
wus the commentary of Judgu An- j
drndo boforo he rendered decision on
Ah Chnng, who mho fined $50 nnd I
costs for secreting Hilda Moku, n
Hawaiian girl, nnd deserter from
the Olils' Industrial School.
"It seems to me," continued the
Judge, "Hint some of the witnesses ,
have knowingly testified falsely, I
nnd I would direct your attention to
tho wlfo of Wong Kum, who Is nl
leged to hno supplied Hilda with I
iiiu uii-ss witii wiiilii But; returuuu
to the icforni school."
Mr. Chllllngworth made n strong
nppcal for hlu client, but without
avail, tho Judgo being ot tho opinion
that tho piepondcniuco of evidence
was against him, and Hint the story
o ftho gill was clear mid conclso nnd
that tho cioss-cxamlnatlon of conn-
el or tho subsequent evldcnco had
fulled to Rhnhn llint tpdttninuv In
tho minutest detail.
Henry f!. Vliki, tiis granted n dl-voh-p
by Jndgu Do 1'olt from Lena
K, Vlda this moinlng. In his com
plaint ho i-hniKi'd hi wife with
drunkcnuciu nnd n general unfitness
to take piopcr c.uo of their thrco
Uncle Call!) "!!ii you named your
dog yet, CliTPiiCf?"
Utile Cbrcinj "Vis nlr: I cafled
htm alter J on."
Uncle Ciltb "Thai tcn't compli
mentary." f.lttlo Cl.ircnco "C:i, well, ho hasn't
got tem-o ctioun'i to c (,."
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one nt
Wo carry all styles and siz
es if 8:50 upwards.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
are the shoes that prove.
REGAL SHOE STORE.
Kintr & Bethel.
OAT & M0SSMAN,
PONGEES AND FLANNELS
Our method of cleaning Pongees
and Flannels insures their return hi
J, Abadc, Prop,
It's Own Ranch
Supplies the best of
Milk, Cream, Fruit,
Open G a. m. to 11:30 p. m.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital nnd Surplus $1,000,000
Don't "Write. Send a
TIME IS MONEY In
fl the Kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cost of the
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
. Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER Y0U1I0 ELD3.
O0LF LINKS arc nil -that a Rolfcr
could wish for, anf the road down U
excellent. Spend your vacation
CLIFFORD X. KIMBALL, Manager.
In the city because
11 icy cue uiduc 11 um
cream. The soda
water is properly
charged and well
flavored from fruit
juices. Our soda
water has the call
among people who
Know the good irom
t Co., Ltd.
Holtsinnd Tort Streets.
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