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EVENING BULLETIN. IIONOLULn.-T.il., flUDAY, JULY30, 1909.
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IDAIII and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
' At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
I' Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
tVttllucw R. Harrington,
UVtSNIINCl UU.UL.tn IN
Mot it h, anywhere In IJ S... 7A
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Per Yr, ftnvhcrc lnU.S H.oo
Tr Vet"i p'tpiid lorttjtu !2.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
TV-. I Editorial Rooms, - 185
e'IBualneaa Office, - 250
j It seems to me that the great
j things of life, the gTeat achieve-
t i mn. whirli affect the conn and
' j development of civilisation, are as!
' j a rule accomplished by men who'
have no thought at the time that t Ion that has come from the official
"they are playing a great part. As a press of the country la the "Month
rule, when a man i. thinking about "" "'""""d"
. , i. i. t. j j t. reau of American Republics," Issued
himself, about what he is doing, is ,jy ,ho Uurem at Wnshlngton under
v, conscious, or thinks he is conscious, ,lp direction of John llnrrett.
tthat he is doing great things, he is The scheme of the llureau is to
really doing nothing. But the great Inform the people on what the other
J ,:.!.,. ur. .... i,n. t.atlons of the American continent
accuuiiHisiuucuw W - vw
kthings which are done oy men wno
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?are striving to do what lies at their
ihands to do the best they know how,'cltlicn of our country Is on the na
and are interpreting, each in his' tions south of us, the bulletin of the
Sown coin and in the performance of
,his own dnt:rs the spirit of their
hime. Thc.c n lies the strength of
the press. You are not doing work
ifrom which you expect great fame,
f4You are not conscious of producing; to mutua, auvantage,
.results that will make your names T)le uullctln Issued by the bureau
Sforcver known, but you are, from'nt Washington contains all the best
1 'day to day, in news item and news featuics of modern magailne pub
"item, in editorial and editorial, do- Ration. It Is liberally Illustrated.
,',,. .. . ,. . ., and the oi dlnarlly dry statistical In
line the thing that lies at your hand, format,0 , dre88ed up ,n a styie
expressing the thoughts that anse I10t ony pleasing to the student, but
in your minds, communicating the
facts that come to your knowledge,
5 interpreting the spirit of your time,
jand the net and general result of
$what you do is the movement ot
mankind along the pathway of hu
man progress. Elihn Boot.
Y If Hawaii can't malie the world
Heat Its pineapples now. It will necr
be able to turn the trick.
Iloo8t for Honolulu. Don't sit on
the back seat with the croakers.
This town Is bound to grow.
Js j. Protection for Its sugar nnd pro-
J, lection for Its pineapples.
t& Simore could Hawaii nsk as
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Hiee UI 11H 1UIU1V JHUOI'l IVJ 4
People taking their profit on
Hocks now will be In the market to
!buy at higher prices and expecting a
further profit a few weeks hence.
Apparently the Stock Exchange
traders have come to a slight realiza
tion that Honolulu can go miles
farther and still not upproach a
si une oi me ueauiies oi euuuu us
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crop to promote the prosperity or
Hawaii is that It requires no tariff
'to protect it and no ai Uncial sup-
',port Is required to market the pro-
, King Alfonso has so many Biib-
i Jects who object to going to war, he
might be willing to part with a few
' 'as settlers in Hawaii, where they
i-nr. euurnnlepil linnntneKS nnd nios-
frr j ner'ty
John Ilarrett Is u man frequently
criticised for making too much noise,
but he has set a pace as the director
of the International llureau of Re
publics that proves him to be a man
of practical action.
Japanese styling themselves as
leaders liavo a mighty responsibility
In the meeting planned tor the (lis-
t cusslon of the plantation strike.
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1 lie liuve ll wiimti llivil jiunci iu nimioiii uhiud IIV 1IUI1I;11S iu IIIIIU
end honor to the nume of tho Jap-1 selected at this writing, bilked the
anese in Hawaii or brand thorn with J hotels and even the astute chauf
eternal dlsgiucc, bo far us tho Amcrl- feuru, and the Bame stunt has beon
cans ot the Territory are concerned, (done In Honolulu bo many times that
The citizens of tho Territory have tho people there have become used
done all tho palavering they Intend to It. Even the Promotion Commit
to do. Their good will haa been teo has a couple of times been made
abused. Agitators have done a shining mark, nnd the governmnet
;-j their best to establish nn independ-
j.fe ' , ent Japanese government in the is
lunus llir uiu lUJUIUl ui uui iuuuq-i wie jn-ujiiu UUl HU IIIIUUUIUI lii-
trles. The Japanese must under-1 terest In the Moloknns.' The tax
stand that this cannot continue. For- payers did not pay the bills. They
elgners within this Territory must havo a vital Interest in the pres
abide by its laws and respect its gov- cnt work of tho Hoard of Immlgrn
ornment. Should they refuse this Hon ns It now operates, and they
they will either go to Jail or get want to know what guarantee tho
out. There Is no half-way business Hoard has for a reasonably good re
ilbout It since the oxposo ot the turn on tho money that Is to be In
Higher Wago Association Bchemo of vested In this lutcBt Russian move
procedute. Our people tefusu to lie inent.
further Insulted, I' Who vouches for tho spokesman
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Sli Moiittv 0 .Ho
Fer Year, anywhere In U S I.oo
Pel Ycir aujrvhfrc In Canada, ,. I.flu
tor Year postpaid, foreign, ,... 3,uo
tntered at the PtMtoffice at Honolulu
ai trvond cUit matter.
---JULY 30, 1909
INFORMATION ABOUT OUR
y a oddg ,he m08t ,nlereitng,
in.trductlvo and attractive publlca-
. II I. 1 tli a Ciiittlt Amjtrlrnn
mc iiiw. it uv kji ..
ore ng , nformca regurdlns
u,e united States ns the
,., Mf lirreU hM uevel0,)eu
,chpm(, so admirable that It will
no doubt be copied In the progres
sive centers of South America and
the ., cop le o those coun r .. ... n
nttractlve to the cosunl reader,
First perusal ot the publications
Miggeats that they wouid-.be splen
did literature for public libraries,
tund especially for the public schools.
The liberal Illustrations and the
hint ot inforihailonniakes the best
bupplementary reading imaginable
for the youth studying the geogra
phy and history of the Western
Much criticism lias been directed
against the former work of the In
ternational llureau of Rcpublfcs,
and the money for its publications
has been grudgingly granted by
Congress. It secmB Impossible that
Con cress should take such a position
wimt'now. The only criticism that might
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be tlmelys that the ,lte.i. rt
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llll.- inn i;u is nui Miiuuiuiui) wen
I uisii milieu, uiiu iiiuit: in iiul cuuiibn
Of it. i
WHAT ABOUT THE RUSSIANS?
W'UaC credentials docs the promo
ter of the Russian (migration bring
to the immigration officials?
What assurance have the officials
that the money to be expended In
this venture will not go In the same
I WUV UB 111U VUlll IIIUL WUS VUCI1L UJ
enmn nna in vlvtt In. Mnlnvnn. nn
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, "curs on to Hawaii and presumably
the chief spokesman for them a com
fortable fee for his services?
These questions have been fre
quently put in Honolulu, and that
they are the natural queries of the
taxpayers Is evidenced by an editor
ial in the Hllo Tribune, asking
whether the latest Russian enter
prise is' "Another Gold Ilrlck,"
"It looks like a gold brick," says
the Tribune, and, continuing, com
ments on Borne ot Honolulu's tenden
cies In the following language;
"And there Is probably no placo
In the world, where an absolute
strnnger can come with a scheme
and And as ready acceptance thereof
as In Honolulu. They will take any
bait cast by the smooth and bland
stranger, and instances thereof have
been legion, Just a few days ago
our own John Bright, or Raker, or
.,! .. !(,.! .(... I. a I. n .... In l.na.n
capped the climax when It did Its
- . stunt with tho Moloknns."
Pineapples are Profitable
who visits our plantations and after
one brief view tells the Immigration
Hoard that tverythlng Is all right
and Huftslans will fall over them
selves to come here?
It the promises are not made good,
who Is it that will stand the brunt
of the failure? Has the man mak
ing the proposal everything to gain
and nothing to lose?
The 11 u i 1 e 1 1 n believes that ev
ery effort should be made to solicit
immigrant that will be home-
makers from every country on earth.
uut wucn mis lerruury is ubouici
of Its ability to bring Portuguese or
ta.ll.M. ... annl.h in (tin lalnmta (it
n reasonable expense, the people may
DC excused 11 mey ure buiiicwjiuv nui-i
prised when the Hoard of Immlgrn-
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llOn HIipUlCHilJ' lUilB Jivi ..-.. w
follow the Russian lead when it
seems so poorly Informed ns to
where It will land.
Matters in connection with an arm
ory for the N. a. II. were advanced an
other step this morning, when the
members of the committee npolnted
by the Merchants' Association iccom
ponied by Colonel Jones anil Lieuten
ant Colonel Campbell, walled on Oov-'
The Governor was very much In fav
or of the schemo and Informed the
deputation that land for an armory
was available at once. Tho propocel
fclto Ib within the Palace Square and
, almost alonasldo of tho ureient drill
Messrs. 0. W. Smith and G. F. Hush,
! wbo represented the Merchant a' As
I soclntlon. will got to work on thelt
Jgoji. rk on ,
rOJIOri lor II1.IV UUII UllU ll will Hi.
jpn 0( lat0I..
Fort Shutter was well represented
at tho peninsula on Monday and for
two subsequent days, when the 20th
Infantry went Into camp there.
The residents of tho locality aro
very much pleased with the way the
men left the grounds and lawn on their
departure. Everything was cleaned
up and not even a ncrap of paper lit'
tcred the place. The soldiers also re- water to bo used In the project. Mr.
malnod on tho reservation all the time 'Dowman Is stopping at the Royal Ha
and not ono was seen out of bounds. wnllan hotel. -
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MANOA VAIXEY Building lota-i ' 'f jr ',
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
for .7. $2,600
Two corner lots on Ninth Avenue, 150x200, oni.high ground,
commanding view of Honolulu Harbor and City. 600
will buy them.
A modern bungalow on Matlock Avenue, almost new $2,750
Modern cottage, well located, corner lot $4,500
Twenty-two acres of splendid
land. Abont fourteen acres of land
is now planted in fruit.
The property for sale consists of
the above land- a small bungalow,
which it new and in good condition;
wagon, diso plow, cultivator, double
ha'rness, light harness; also many
small tools and one head of stock.
The time to buy is NOW. The
widespread advertising of HAWA
IIAN PINES in magazines and other
periodicals in the States has been
building a market for this fruit;
an dthis market it bound to increase
Above property can be sold on
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Stock and Bond Ex
change. We buy and sell
Stocks and Bonds.
ye haVC monCV tO
loan On listed SUgar
Bishop Trust Co.f Ltd.
Believes , It Wou'd Be
Proriiable To Buy
Henry D. Uowman. n prominent
banker of Las Crcccs, New Mexico,
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, .i..l In lh. nnnnltv
la aieatlv liuousted In tho country-
He s-ild In an .ntervlew this morning
that Honolulu -van gn Ideal place for
a man to spend his retiring day s, and
that if ho could afford It would like to
buy properly and settle down here.
Mr. Dowman llveB in tl'o center of
large government work at present. At
Elephant llnttu, eight million dollars
are being spent on a great Irrigation
project, which will gho to that coun
try 80,000 additional acres ot Irrigated
land for agricultural purposes. A big
dam Is being built on tho Rio drando
that will hold thousands of gallons of
The Test of
The Best is'
Where the Crowd Qoes
and that's the
from 6 a. m.
to 11:30 p.m.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000
Are yon sending one today t
I HFf.RFAHflNS :
N IIUUIIUIIIIVIIV y
THE ORPHEUM. ,'
A lame audience greeted tho Or
phenm Company last night, and Miss
Zornh Irwin scored an Immediate lilt.
This waa her first appearance here.
and the nudlcnco enjoyed her sinking
and dancing specialty. The chango
of program was complete nnd tho
scream continuous. Miss McNeill an
Miss Moswcn mado tilts In their re
snectho sneclaltleK. as did Trunk Karl
The afterpiece kept tho audience In
a roar ironi the moment tnu curiam
went up, and "Chop Suqy," as It Is
called. Is a faorlto from now on.
(There Is plenty of singing and dnnc?
Ifig in It, nnd that Is what pleases the
,Thero were four reels of ,lcture
shqwn, each ns clean as n new pn. A
featuie of the program at tho Orphcum
Is tho absence of waits between num
bers. Manager Cohen has decided
to set apart a number of reserved scats
to be Bold at fifteen ccnta each, nlilln
the best opera chairs will continue at
twenty Ihe cents.
'Choosing a Ufo Purtner" Is tho
characteristic title of the feature film
selected by the Art Theater manage
ment for today's program, and It must
be admitted that It Is a problem ot
universal Interest. This Is ono of
thoeo charming nnd Ingenious plots
that could emanate only from tho
brnln of a Parisian, cloverly presented,
nnd absorbing from stnrt to finish. A
young girl Is confronted with the diffi
culty of making her cholco from three
suitor for her hand tho manner In
which she faces the perplexing ques
tion is superb.
The "Actophone." n combination of
moving picture and phonograph at tho
Qem Theater made a gieat hit with n
crowded audience last night. Tho
first scene was tho becond act In tho
"Pearl Fishers," and tho synchronism
between tho pictures and the phono
graph wan perfect. The finale, In
which tho choniB Joins with tho prin
cipals, ended amidst a Spontaneous
burst of applauso from the audience.
Tho other two scenes were equally
. ROADS GOOD TO HALEIWA.
Though thero has been lota of rnln
In town the past month, the weather
has been clear and fine at Walalun
ami the roads from town to Hatelwa
are In very good condition.
This will 'be good nowB to those
planning to motor down 'for the full
moon dance at Ilalelwa tomorrow-
night. Halelwa by moonlight Is most '
enchanting and with the music of the
Hawaiian singing boys and also the
Walalua band, the mid-summer event
at the little hotel should be most on-
Rest comfortably on
roofs covered with
EUREKA PERFECTION ROOF
Send for booklet to P. 0. Box 93.
Iheo. H. Bavies & Co., Agents.
Monday, Aug. 2nd
'Xnu following days till all are Sold.
i See our windows.
HIQH-CLASS PAPEB-HANGINO. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.-
8PEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
CARLSON GOES TO"
REEF FOR ASSAULT
Erickon Out Of Hospital
And Second Mate Gets
Fred Carlson will have somi time
for reflection before he uses his feet
on a shipmate agiin, lor juugo aii
drado sent hint to the reef for a period
of flvo months.
It will bo remembered that ho com-
mltted a brutal nnsan't on the first,
mate, of tho It. P. Rlthct by name of
Ucnjamln Crlckson, on the 20th of
July and It was only yeBterday that
Eilckson was discharged from the hos-,
He uppeared in court mis morning
nnd testified to CnrlMin's being drunk
and Rnt below by Captain Drew on
thu morning ot the nssanlt about 7:20
o'clock. Tliaf about 10 o'clock he
came up on deck and after calling him
vile names. accusd Kricason or try-
Ing to get him f)IT the ship. He struck
lilm down with at blow between Ihe
eyes and ho commenced to uso HU
Chnrlle Chllllngworth was for thn
defense but cou'd do very little for
his client beyond nsktn? for a light
sentence but Prosecuting Attorney
Rionn ashed that thu maximum pen
ally of six months he Imposed for this
brutal nssault, but tho Judg modified
It to five.
For Infants and Children.
Ilie Kind You Hava Always Beut
DESERTER FROM NAVY
MAY BE HERE
Sheilff Jurrctt has Just rocjlvod no -
tlce from Lieutenant Commander Wll -
Ham A. Mottot that Henrv Akal Is u
deserter from thn U. S. S. M.trylind
and as he en'lsted here It Is morn
than unliable ho will attemnt to find'
his way back to this Territory. Any.28- 1909. I" regard to a competitive
person knowingly harboring a desert-' Bll0t between selected teams from tho
or Ib liable to a heavy fine and 1m
CAN BE MADE PROFITABLE.
j. i. iiiHKnii. nui iiiiiiiiui iqi ui iiiu
Federal Kxperiment Station, nppearol
t r i,ininn k.iu..n i ,.
Derore tho Promotion Committee yc-l'""" "'? """"-' "' w muium i.
terday, nnd gnve nn Instructive ad-1 ' ";""8; Adjutant 1st Infantry',
dress on mango nnd nlllgator pear,N'.0, " "" he Ueslrou of having
raising. He believes that theso frulltti? team compote with yours, hut pre
can be raised In Hawaii with gribd rers oifr ,than the ranges you pro
profit, nnd said that they had ghou n ' 0' '. ,,'iesJl" ,0 lmvo H, compe
great deal of tlmo to mango' budding!'"10'1 'J1. f10-600 and 1000 yards, slow
nnd the study of dcvelonlnir both trulls ' n.rc- " thls '8 agreeable to you, cablo
- Fountain Pen
Brinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We carry all styles and siz
es. $2:50 upwards.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
SIX CASES IN
Judge Andrade Has Easy
Time These Days '
Wonderful to relate thorn wore no
drunks on the Police Court calendar
this morning and this speaks well lor
Iho onhrlolv nf thn cltV. TIlO IKlllcD
are keeping tho city well patrolled
nnd Judgo Andrado has an easy time
of It these mornings,
This morning there were only six
cases before tho Court, though thero
wcro nlno en thccn1endar, three were
A comely Japanese lady wns fined
$2u uuii cunt tor an ont-ii'tu under tin-
i:ilmnnils Act. wncn tenieneu wan
pronounced she gau the Judge n iiiokI
Jofc Petrel got MmrHf Into rmihin
for calling the witnesses "liars" as
they were testifying on the stand, and
judgo Anclrarto nearly sent mm neiow
for contempt of Court, Jose was tried
for n slight assault, found guilty iitul
sentenced to pay a flnu of ?1U uml
The ocrgreon Illickuell caso was
on the court calendar this morning
nnd Deputy County Attorney Mlher
ton quotcj the authorities Bhowlng
Hint the city ha I the right to pais
ordinances legulatlng speed of auto
mobiles which Attorney Thompson do;
nli'rt thr.t (hey had In his defense.
Judgo Andrade. took tho case mule;
advisement and will reiider his deci
slon next Tuesday morning.
Other enscs were continued.
Major Itlley of the 1st Infnntiy, N.
O. 11., did not hesitate long about ac
cepting tho challenge of the Signal
Corps of the Sti'te of Washington and
tlny forwarded tho following reply
' to Captain Hankln of that corps:
Captain AMu II. Hankln. Company
"A," Signal Corps, N. CI. Statu of
Mr: our communication of June
1st Infantry and Co. A, Signal Corps,
N. O. W., camo to hand in duo course.
in reply thereto I desire to say
that I will not bo In Honolulu on the
dates you siwclfy. to wit: August IB
umi .. ivuv. Having neen nriiiiKii in
, .. --
fflm,1frry' '10- ""-'er. I have
'" wor,, Proceed" to tho "Adjutant
uencrai, Hawaii," at Honolulu In time
to hae tho firing tako placo on Aug
ust 22. 1909. v
We would like to havo' one of your
field offlcerg represent our Interests,
he to celect tho pit officer.
Captain Wlnant, whom you request
to act for you, Is our Inspector of Rllle
W. II. RILRV.
Major, 1st Infantry. N. O. II.
KING WON'T SEE
"Call next week," w ih roniv
vouchsafed this morning by tho King
of Ocean Island to a newspaper mun
who Bent ills card In to his majesty.
Iielng . king the only wonder iwas
that tho leply was not: "Call uoxt
year at 3:30 In the afternoon." May
be. thnt was tho message given to. the
bellboy, nnd that Individual trle.tito
spare Iho reporter's feelings a MtOc.
However", the'-man of the Inky way
had to face the 'laughtorof seVerol
people and turning on'hlg Ijeel and
mutteilng somothlng about "Mo for n
Republic overyllme," disappeared
down tho elevator.
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