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EVENING nULLETIN,' HONOLULU. T, II , l'MDAY, OCTOnEIt'ft, 1000. '
f Evening Bulletin
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 8. 1909
The more we know, the better nnd tlic conduits nil In, this corpora-
we 'forgive; whoe'er feels deeply,
feels for all who live. Madame de
Mr Hearst has more thnn once
planned It no that lie appears to lime
lie t ti e.illcil, much ngnlnst his de
tins, lij tho people.
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Don't put our money In tlio glit
tering generalities of far-nun coun
tries, when Hawaii offers certain
ties bickcd up by reliable Informa
tion. Judging from the support that Is
being brought to tho merchant ma
ilnc cause, tho hhlp subsidy forces
will lino up about eighty millions
btiong before the next Congress.
Men whoso money has been made
In this Territory should nlwnvs ha
ready to step forward to tho sup
port of home enterprises. In othoi
wOrds, use our irospoilty to ht'j
Nearly ever body In Honolulu be
lieves that nothing Is gained by un
necessarily giving this city an oil
nanai, by misrepresenting -enlisted
men of tho nrmy and jinvy and ex
aggerating what few oils exist In
Honolulu business men should not
Btop tho transportation agitation for
tho fraction of a day. What we need
Is our own ships for our own trade,
and no loyal citizen of Honolulu
should be happy jintll wc.land this
ordinary business proposition now
(ought as 1i prize.
tlon might hac found it necessary
to charge tho city a considerable
sum for cnrrlng polfo and firo
alarm wires through the streets of
Of course wo hate been told that
the present telephone corporation is
different from the other telephone
corporation, though the nnino Is the
same. Hut even corporations some
times forget, and when dealing with
cities take nil they can get. And
If tho people do not look out for
their rnvvn, corporations sometimes
say It Is not their fault, the while
making a largo noise about being
Now that It Is settled so far as all
corporations using the streets nre
concerned, wo sincerely liopo the
Ideal telcphono promised will be
forthcoming in record time.
Qandall Lane 2B.R..$12.00
Xinau St 2B.R,. 17.00
' Middle St 2B.R.. 18.00
Union St 2B.R.. 18.00
rKalmuki .'.... 2 B. R. . 25.00
, To Let x
Vineyard St 3B.R.,
Pawaa St 4B.R..
Xinau St. ...
Xinau St. ...
Bates St. ....
Elsie Ave. ,.,
At Waikane, on the
windward tide of 0a
hu on main road,
near beach; 4 bed
rooms; hot and 'cold
water; barn; will rent
for six months or
Reht ....$30 per mo.
Trent Trust Co., Xitd.
Tho fnct that the executive om
ccrs seo no harm In accepting assist
ance from other sources than tho
Territorial treasury Is no reason why
members of the Lcglslnturo should
put themselves In n position that Is
one of most doubtful expediency to
say the least.
When Ilnwnll's future becomes
less brilliant, then, and not till then,
will stocks be too high. One of the
msterles of the loi.il situation is
tho Inability of many of our people
to r-eallzo a fraction of tho devclop
ment this city and these Islands will
enjoj in the months and 5 cars of the
Since Hawaii ils, now In tho mar
ket for European Immigrants It must
needs follow with interest tho ex
perience of counties that may be
competitors. The number of Immi
grants entering the Brazilian Stato
of Saa Paulo Inst jcar Is stated by
Vice-Consul do Young, of Santos, to
hao been 40,225, or 8,541 moro
than In 1907. Those from Portugal
numbered ll,S.r.,', from Spain 9,891,
Italy 9,701, Hussla 883, and cGr
niany 817. Tor colonization to en
cour.igo dlvcrslllcd'fnrmlng tho Ger
mans nro the best to be had, .which
Is recognized .by tho Brazilian Immi
gration authorities, who nro making
special! enorts to encourngo tlicni.
Hrgardlng tho movement Jo encnur
Vgo immigration from Japan, tho
llrst 78ft brought ocr In ncconlanco
with tho tieaty of, November, 1907,
lmvo mostly all left the plantations
whore, they woro to nettle as plan'
tutlon Inboicrs. I'rom nil appear
iinces they wero not adapted to such
conditions as existed there, and havo
with few exceptions drifted; to the
STREETS AND CORPORATIONS.
After nil thp bluster wo almost
said bluff over tho "hold-up" of
.the telcphono Company by the City
'Supervisors, wo find that the whole
matter has been amicably settled,
tho right of tho city to control Its
own streets is tdntlttcd, nnd tho
wires of tho city fire ami pollco
alarms nre found a place uncTcr-
' giound, whero thoy ought to ho,
without additional expense,
. .T.M sounds well nnd 1 appears to
"Tcry'satlsfnctoiy to tho people.
"lleforo tlie matter Is entirely
tlropped.'it may occur to somo of our
citizens that iepresuntntles of tho
people on tho Uourd of Supervisors
did a mighty sensible thing when
they took occasion to make rules
tlmt shall control corporations dlg-
x Blng up tho streets, '
It Is quite possible that without
the restintnliig remlndor from tho
Supoi visors, our phllauMuopIc tola-
phono corporation would have tiono
ahead with no thought of the city In
Its deslro to servo Its customers, nnd
when the streets were all dug up
Next to tho Interest on tho tlty
debt, the public schools will carry
tho largest appropriation tn tho
New York City budget next car.
Tho New York Hoard of Kducation
has asked for ?34,740,000 for next
car and will get It. This sum is
oxcluslve of the funds for school
bulldlrgg that arc provided for In
the bond Issue. Tho two points
that should stick lntho memory of
o r peoplo are tho fact that Ncw
urk City first gives tho public
t;hools what they ask, and, secondly,
provides for tho buildings through
bond Issues. Here In Hawaii with
our boasted purity of civilization,
we let the schools take vvhnt they
can get, and our wlso men get up
in meeting to announce that school
houses are not Income-bearing pro
jects and therefore not entitled to a
placi) in the bond Issues.
EXTRA SESSION AND
Let those nblo to afford It refuse
to accept their pay as legislators, If
the (lovcrnor decides that, n special
session of our Territorial legisla
ture Is needed.
No doubt tho suggestion that the
members contribute their silnilcs
or ask no pay for a special session
is born of a er good Intention to
savo the public's monej.
It Is well to look at the practical
side of It, however.
More than ono member of tho Leg
islature cannot afford to conio to
this city at his own cxpenso nnd re
main here for len daB, which would
probably bo tho shortest time In
which the work of a special session
could bo covered. After tho confab
was once started, it Is highly prob-
alilo that the -session would consume
If theso members are not paid by
tho Territory In tho regular way, It
means that those who cannot afford
to pay their own expenses will bo
dependent on Bomo kind friend or
tho contribution of a Individual or
Individuals having something to
gain from tho legislation to bo
It will mean that the Legislator
who cannot personally flnnnco his
stay will have tho financial string
of n friend tied to his voto. Tho
Legislator will not be tho free
agent that ho should be.
As this paper understands It, one
of tho proposed revisions of tho Or
ganic Act will be an increase tn the
salaries of Legislators. This Is not
done In order to allow Senators and
Representatives to declare n divi
dend on their salaries, hut rather to
give them enough money to at least
meet personal expenses . Since wo
recognize that Legislators should
have more pay why do we nsk them
to work for nothing?
What the need of tho extra ssslnn
of tho Legislature may be, tho pub
lic can better determine, when the
Governor makes a Btralghtfoiwatd
statement of what he has up his
sleeve, If there Is need of It, tho
Territory can well afford the full
Hut don't let us go too far In the
oretically calling on tho Legislators
lo provo their patriotism by not de
manding salaried, hut practically
putting somo of tho Leglslntnis who
must vote on important public mat
ters, injho hands of ."friends" who
AMERICA'S GREAT ASTRONOMER.
By Vaughn MeCaughey.)
Tho recent death ' of one of
America's greatest scholars, Prof.
Simon New comb, attracts attention
to tho wide, scopo and diversified In
terests of ills life. Although for
fifty )eors tho problems of tho ma
chinery of the celestial universe
formed tho coro around which nil
his other achievements centered, ho
also made numerous excuislong be-
5 oiul the bounds of astronomy.
Economics, phjslcs, literature, poli
tics and psjchle phenomena were
prominent among tho numerous
fields In which this mnn of genius
icxcrclscd his powers.
A worker of untiring energy, after
he had gotten fairly stnrtcd In his
scientific career, a continuous flow
of 'medals, prizes, degrees nnd hon
orary memberships In scientific soci
eties came for his reception.
During his long professional en
rcer duty and Inclination nllko
brought htm Into relation with
nearly every phase of astronomical
activity populnr articles, text
books, design and use of Instruments,
researches Into history, nnd tho or-
ganlzntlon of scientific societies.
Prof. Ncwcomb contributed n vast
number of notes on almost every
conceivable topic In astronomy to
the scientific press. His departure,
lenves a grcnt gnp In the band of
THE REAL THINO.
Slubb "Thero goes Hcnpcck In his
machine. Whero Is ho going In such
Penn "Joy ' riding.-"
Stubb "Joy riding?"
Penn "Yes, ho Is going to take his
vvlfo to tho station and sho Is going
to bo gone two weeks."
will please note that
'THE ALEXANDER YOUNG'
Hotel Street corner of the
Young Hotel Building.
Hiton From 6 a.m.
vJCllto 11.30 p.m.
Send a wfreless to
'your friends at sea.
Kdltor Evening TJuli'e tin: '-I
noto a greatt;lcnl Is being said' in tho
newspaper!) of thlsi cltyalfrotit "ilo or
ganizing 'and harindiilzlns thol'Ropub
llcnn party. As n republican that Is
outside of tho Republican family1 Com
pact and who has tho Interest of tho
republican party at heart, would
humbly make tho following sugges
tions: 1st. That tho holy of tho holiest of
tho Republican party and their mouth
plcco glvo out tho definition of "Yel
low dog," nnd
2nd. Wlint thoy mean ami whom do
thoy Imply as "Yellow dogs" In tho re
I bcllovo that If tho abovo Is ex
plained nwa.) with, It will bring about
u hotter feeling amongst somo of tho
actual workers cf tho republican party
to fnll In lino and reorganize or liar
moiilzo tho Republican Party. Other
wise "You Know."
Oct. Gill, 1909.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A fifty ($50) dollar, 'cash payment and ten ($10) dollars a month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUKI PARK TRACT. These lots command a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Bay and are convenient to car lirie.
Eight lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con
taining 15,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head nnd Hunoluln Harbor.
, '' Two desirable building lots.
36,000 square feet , $2,000
13,000 square feet , 050
let us show you an Investment in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of it.
Tort and Merohaut Streets,
The A. H0CKINQ house at the
mauka end of Kewalo street. Com
pletely furnished. This is the most
desirable house in Honolulu being
offered lor rent at the present time.
Rent $100 per month.
For particulars 'call at
Bishop Trust Co.,
Says Possibility Has
Not1 Yet Been
Tho possibility of calling r l extra
session of tho Legislature to consider
nnd net upon tho Territorial Ian I lavvh
nnd to formulate a definite pulley to
bo pressed at Washington, has not
been considered by the administration
just ct, according to Govcrnui Hi ear's
fctntcment this morning. Tho Govern
or did not avoid Intimating, however,
(liat tho calling of nn extra session
was not 'qulto bcond tho bounds of
possibility but that, It had not been
referring to tho conference that has
held sessions In tho Governor's office
tvvlco nnd wl(lch will hold nuothcr
Tuesday, Governor I'lcar said that
nothing had been accomplished that
tho membors of tho conference felt
llko giving publicity as ct and that
nothing could reasonably bo cxpoctcd
to bo given publicity until It had oc
curred. AFTER INSPECTOR
A petition presented by the fish
sellers In the market to tho Hoard
of Supervlrors laBt night will start
nn Inveitlgatlon that may or may
not result In Fist Inspector li. C.
Lane ioalng his Job. Tho fishermen
claim that Lane absorbs n first-water
Jag and goes around tho market or
dering tho destruction of good fish.
Lano's friends claim tlmt ho has
been fulflJllnB tho duties of his office
without favor to nnjono nnd has
brought upon his head the wrath of
those who consider thomsolvcs ex
empt from thp letter of tho law.
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