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BVBNma BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It.. TUB3DAY, OCT. 10, 1000.
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BAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 180 Xing Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Sally every day ezoept Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of aaok week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESI.
Wallas R. Parrlngton,
Month, ujwhere In U.3., .... .711
Pr Uasrtcr, anrwtiertlnUS..,.. i,6o
fW Ynr, snv here In U.S A.oo
tVf Vear, postpaid, lofelf n 13.00
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
I In the Territory of Hawaii.-
T 1 J Editorial RcToms, - 185
cl'lBuslne88 Office, - 256'
Intend at tht Toitofficf at Howolnla
TUESDAY OCTOBER 19. 1909.
The cord that binds too strictly courage of conUctlon and will make
snaps itself. Tennyson. 1l apologies for supporting large
--i 1 litems for Hnwalt In the agricultural
While the Legislature Is in extra appioprlutlon bills,
session It may he possible to learn m i aesaaegg .
wliellicr more are any iiopuuiicans .
who need reorganizing.
. Tho Y. M. C. A. Is all flnlshcil but
the shouting. Now turn to the next
thing. Don't go to sleep because one
good deed has been done.
This extra session should he for
xtralcht business. Not complicated
with cen n discussion of why Leg-, that the Goeriior has Intended from
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Isiators snoutd reiuse to recene ineir
It Is pleasant to note that Con
gressman Scott did not agree with
the local people who were pessimistic
as to'thc future of Hawaii and its
If ou hae Ideas on the amend
ment of the land law, make them
Known now. After the Legislature
lint) acted will be too late for any
constructhc ideas. .
Citizens of Hawaii hao exactly
two Weeks In which to make up their
minds on what they wish to have
tlote to the. Organic Act. The topic
is iiot new. Conclusions are wanted'.
fCothlng has jet been snld wheth
tlie bill and statement Issued by
the (locrnor iae the unanimous
npjirowi! of tho prominent citizens,
Mho, In their prhato capacities,. wero
culled Into conference.
nudging from the dispatches, the
readers of the world care inoro about
flying machines and the future ol
th prize fight game than of a little
thing like the probable fate of large
sllfes of Chinese territory.
)looscc)t charged by an elephant!
Why, that was nil nrranged In ad
aico so thnt the cartoonists could
begin lcprcscntlng Theodore as
trying manfully to(cscape from tho J
call of the Ilcpubllcan party1' '
.Six hundred dollars a session -with
it unllcage fee Is n very good solu
tion of tho legislative salary prob
leflj. It gives added funds to tho nut
offjown members on whom the bur-
duj) of expense falls most heavily.
Transportation Is Honolulu's
greatest problem today. Whnt luoo
tha Amcilcin lines t say for them
selves? Tho available steamers are
trpwded with passengers and freight.
Whnt Is being done to take care of
;Jlr. Crane unquestionably told the
truth when he said thut the United
States Intended to enter a protest
ngnlnst tho Chlno-Japanese 'agree
mc.nt regarding Manchurln. The
only present question Is whether Mr.
Cr'ano'H statement has created con
ditions that caused the Secretary of
State to change his mind.
One of the cornerstones of liquor
license, ptlvllege Is the presumable
guarantee that under this system tho
ptlle article will bo said. Under
jirohlbltlon tho most dendly and 'de
grading concoctions are dispensed.
Consequently the sol fish Interests of
reliable dealers In alcoholic beier
ages should cause them to becomo
r.ctho In stamping out tho ending of
"Nevertheless It remains true
that to Americanize Hawaii, in
iow of the heavy preponder
ance of ullen races, is going to
be n stup'eudous' tnsk, and the
stout heart1 that have under
taken to do It should have every
possible help and encourage
ment. It is for that reatojt that
'T nliutt fnwii- Iflminl n iinrmtt-ln..
f, 1 ,,.. ..,.....- ,
tlous to cuiry fotwaid tho ng-
rlculttunl experimental work
of tho Islands, for tho best pos
sible wuy to Americanize any
Territory over which our flag
flics la to put the greatest pos
sible number of people on their'
3 nn land, building up their
wn homos." .
Thin Is what Congressman8cott
sail to tho people of his own dis
pCTSIjMontm.i ,.. .Bo
r Vwr.inpi'ncif liUS. .1 ... I.od
Pel Year, anjmhtrt In Canada,.. I. Bo
Per Year ttpa!d,loit!fn a.oo
- CVTDI CCCCini
ML LA IRA OLOOiUri.
ftocriior I'rear by calling an ex
tra session of the Legislature hus
very properly passed tho amend
ments of the Organic Act of the Ter
ritory up to the rupiesentntlves of
The II u 1 1 e t.l n has no doubt
the first to do this, and It seems to
this paper the right thing to do tin'
der tlic clrcUmstnncrs.
Practically considered, the Legis
lature of the Territory of Hawaii
will sit as a commission, named by
the people, and will pass its recom
mendations for the nmendment of
what wo might call our Territorial
charter, to the Congress of the Unit
Wo trust that cery member of
the Legislature will thoroughly un
derstand the great responsibility
thnt rests upon him.
It Is to be hoped also that every
member of the Legislature will ap
preciate the fact that Just one Issue
is lmolved In this extra session and
his record will he clear on it. Any
1 tilfogglng, any side-stepping, any
c.islon, any straddling, any attempt
to .blame others will be observed and
undcrstod by tho people or this Tor
iltory who will govern themsehes
Governor Frcar has made his rec
ommendations. Whether they aro
for the welfare of tho Territory or
not, the final judgment la with the
Legislature so far as anyone In
these Islands Is concerned. Mem
bers of the Legislature will be act
ing In very much the same capacity
as tho Commission that originally
framed the Organic Act.
There Is no reason why the Legis
lators should follow tho exact de
tail of tho Governor's measure as
presented to them. On the other
hand. If the members have nothing
better to offer, there is no reason
why they should mako changes
merely for tho purpose of bcingjiblo
to say that they were not ruled by
Ono thing Is certain. The Repub
lican majority of tho Legislature
will be expected to pass a resolution
that will dispose of the matter, and
moro particularly reach a conclusion
on the much discussed nnd very Im
portant detail, the land law section.
The people want no deadlock.
If there should be a deadlock, It
wll mean that the' supposition hith
erto obtaining, that the Republican
party has a majority of tho Legisla
ture, Is a farco and a delusion.
Should this he tho fact, the sooner
It Is known the better.
And If It be true, there will be,
duringjhe next twelve months, such
a weeding out and flaying of politi
cal renegades as this Territory has
Thero Is still. somo business being
done In stocks despite tho general
bearish Sentiment that has been cul
tivated in the market tho past few
weeks. Although selling orders arc
general among the higher priced
stocks, It'ls clear that thera uro takers
when thoso stocks aro offered at a fig
ure low enough to gUe tho other fel
low an opportunity to mako something,
wun mo cnenper biocks, mere Is a
Steady demand at 'the lowest market
rate, the general plan ofjthe buyertl
being to maKe a good sued turn when
these stocks Jump up to their primer
position on tho list of' coming enter
prises. Oahu sold nt .11.73 nnd Is strong at
that llgure. Run remains nt. 30.5Q with
n few shares being picked up at that
price, Hawaiian Commoiclal sold nt
33.75 and Onomca. went at 50.50.
Someone as a Joko apixars to be of
fering 116 for Walalua, but none Is
coming out. Mcllrilu sold at 4 ester
day afternoon nnu none wns on the
markot nt that pricn this morning.
Olaa sold n tithe Uoard"at !i.
Blank books, of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Dulletlo
Trent Trust jGom Ltd.
Lnzo St. 2B.R.
Kaimnki. ......... 2 B.R.
Beretania St 2 B.R.
Young St. .: 4B.R.
Vineyard St 3B.R.
728 Krnau St. 3 B.R.
110 Bates St ,.3 B.R.
Beretania St. ...... 3 B.R.
1470 Thurston Ave. .4 B.R.
1286 Beretania St. ..5 B.R.
Elsie Ave 5B.R.
Nnnanu Ave, 4 B.R. . 100.00
Treat Trust Co., Ltd.
EOPLE with pro
perty wno wisn
to keep the in
terest of their heirs
in mind will find it
much to their advan
tage to nominate some
good trust company as
executor. Call at our
office and we will ex
plain. Bishop Trust Co.,
SHARP: OFF' FflK
It Is a signal honor which has hben
accorded Raymcr Sharp, tho chief ex
aminer of tho local customs service.
Mr., Sharp will leavo Honolulu to
morrow morning- by tho steamer Ala
medn. He will proceed to Washing
ton nnd whllo In tho eastern States
will participate In tho Important ros-
slons of a conference of general ap
praisers, which meets nnuu-illy In tho
United States and Is attended by a
largo gathering of customs officials
from nil ocr Iho Union. Sharp ih
considered one of tho ablest men In
tho omploy of tho treasurer's depart
ment of tho customs service. Ho has
been connected with tho. local ofllco
for tho past nlno jears.
185 (dltorUI rooms 256 bul
nesi offlct. These art tha teephpn
numbtrs ef th Bulletin office.
REAL ESTATE f$OALE
A fifty (?50) dollar cash payment and ten (S10) dollars a month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUK1 PARK, TBAofA These lots command a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Bay' and are convenient to car line.
Eight lots in KA1MUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con
taining 15,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head and Honoluln Harbor.
Two desirable buildinc; lots.
3fl.00q square feet $2,000 ,
' 13,000 squa:e feet 050.
let ns show you an investment in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of it,
;A Country Home
' For Sale
A-new 5-room house
.with modern plumbing-,
ful view; servants'
.mtjquarters; six acres of
cleared land. The
property is fenced and
has a spring- of water
near upper end.
" Price $4,500.00
from the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Fountain
in the Alexander
Open from 6 a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
Welcome the coming friends
and .Pod Speed the parting.
Tho Hoard of SuKrlsors of tho
City nnd County of Honolulu will again
wrestle -with a 'telephone agreement
at n mcfllng to bo held tonight.
It Is expected that the matter of
signing tho agreement, which has been
presented by tho local hello people,
will bo accomplished' beforo tho ses
sion draws tu a clone.
Sacrnl other mnttors of equal lm
portanco will come up for action by
tho county nnd city solous.
Sarah Archaal, an Hawaiian wouinn,
was brought beforo tha police this
morning for examination ns regards
hen sanity. Tha woman Is said to
ha)t been conducting hcrbclf In a very
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
'l)H i t
I nil , n d nvli r
Justice' Court Tries to tfnravel De
Ponte Case Attempt to Be
Funny Meels With Sharp Rep.
rimand Case Goes Over.
AsfMirrnnt bxhlbltlon of reluct
ance, upon tho part of some witness-
l.i-mitrlii cm tin- stand before
Juilgc Andrado nt.i'ollce Court this
. . ' .(., In Iho
mormngicnuseii 11 i-uhi,v3i"
progress of the wheels of Justlco in
dcnllng with the cdSe of 00 1'ontc,
charged with the Illegal uisposiuuu
of liquor without hnung gono
through the formality of taking out
Tho futile attempt of scNeraP wit.
nessea tn Indulne In humor at tho
expense of the prosecuting officials
of the court brought about a unam
and unmistakable reprimand irom
Ue Ponte Is alleged lo hno dls
iinoxii ..r lipr nnd other Btienunus
bevernges at n picnic held at the
Peninsula on the afternoon nnu cc
nlnir nr .Inlv 31. It Is claimed that
nt this oent the flowing bowl pass
ed with refreshing mm cxuunuui
The mnnner of handling the fer
nimitni onlrfl Indicated that a good
deal of Ingenuity had been exercised
In tho nttempt to dispense mo urn
tirmm nlo. A system or checks Is
nllegcd to hae been passed around
to thoso present nt the Instance in
De I'ontc. In this wny there was mi
iinRnnrA nt lnnflAV nrrosM tllC bill.
Tim rOipnl.a uprn IhSllpd. Sll It W OS
claimed by witnesses nt Hn mod
erate i ate of three for twenty-mo
A jnung man from the Honolulu
Iron Works, who apparently pos
sessed a serious Impediment In his
ocnl organs, was sternly admon
ished by Judgo Andrnde to "speak
up" or take the consequences. Such
of his testimony as flnnlly succeeded
In cffictlng an cscnpo Into tho
court room Indicated that thcro was
somo doubt concerning tho exact
person responsible for the handing
out of the booze. In this and secr
al other witnesses I.lconso Inspector
l'ennel dlsrucrcd n distressing re
luctance In gUIng out the facts.
The trial was marked
by n few
legal tussels between Asslstn
ecuting Attorney Drown and
ncy Charles ChllMngworth
resontcd the defendant
Another witness endeavored la
'avoid committing himself on tho
question of the sale or beer by ad
mitting thnt he was gloriously drunk
before his nrrlvnl on the grounds.
This witness was subjected to ' a
grilling nt the hands of tho assist
ant prosecuting attorney.
The case has been continued oer
until I'rlday morning by Judge
A Compromise Verdict
In The Strike
A comprnmlso rdlct wns returned
this morning by a jury In Judgo Ue
Dot's court In tho' case of the Terri
tory against Kawakaml nnd Kushluo.
chnrged with Illegal Impilsoiimcnt.
Tho verdict finds Fushlno guilty ns
charged and acquits Kawakaml,
The two men wcio arrested during
tho; progress of tho late strike for
'compelling three other Japanese to
go beforo a tribunal' of the" Hlghor
Wago Association to explain their do
slro to roturn to woik. Tho caso for
the prosecution was conducted by
City nnd Comity Attoinoy Cathcnrt
and Mr. Prosscr, while Attorney Light
foot acted for tho defendants.
Tho Jury went out nt 11 oelock yes-
Those "Arnold " Goods
Baby Towels' N
"HI, ,, i lime
ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT.
llngilic Stomachs nrdDowdsor
III UlAW-BUd IMJU
Promotes DiftwIlonfJit rrful-"
ncss and ttestronlains ndincr
NOT AH C OTIC.
Jbrpt troll DcSMZUmflA
Hon , Sour StomKh.Dtorrtoa
racS'imJ Sijnaturcef i J
. NEW yohk:
Exact Copy of JWropper.
HUSTACE - PECK CO., if B
63 QUEEK STREET n ' y ' PHONE 293
Estimates- Riven on all kinds of Drayinc;, Teaming Road BuildinR,
Firewood; Coal, Waisnne Sand For Sple.
1 vri up
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furniture and hann lovii'j.
Honoluln Construction & Braying Co.,
Office Fort St ' 0pp. W. 0: Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
terday morjilng and when Iho com
promlso was reached stood 0 to i for
rushlno will bo kcnlcncod Satuiday
tho maximum penalty being one ear's
Imprisonment ami J-OU tine.
FAMOUS BOXER ILL
Johhny Jtuiphy, tho famous light
weight, who is not In 'tho host or
health, has 'gonu out t" the l.enhl
Homo for a week lit so. l.uter on he
will go to tho Komi dlstijrt oh Hawaii,
where It Is hoped Mint tho well known
loung nthlcto will lecovor his health.
Ills many friends n San lrnncsco
nro getting up -if benefit for him, and
nil tho sports mo Joining In tho schema
to mako JItirphj'u tilp to uawau aa
iuoxpenslo an possible for htm.
185 editorial rooms 350 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numhara o' t'ia Bulletin nfflra.
Consider how tender tho baby's
sklu Is, nnd the Importance of so
lc'cting right garments s empha
sized. The fine Unit fnlnles of tho
"ARNOLD" (ilJODS nio mmlo f?om
soft, twisted jams, thcmlcally trcnt
j?d to mako them highly nntlbeptlc,
Sanitary' nnd nbsoibent. These anr
monts excej In beauty of Jlntsh,
shnpollncss and nnu-lu Hating (nulli
ties. r Motheis tecMng tho best for
their bnbles will by all tucuns adopt
tho "AHNOI.D" KNIT aAUMHNTS.
Seo "Arnold" catalog for illustra
tions nnd full descriptions.
For Infants and Chilflron.
The Kind You Have
. Always Bought
tmc ccnTfcun eoM'v itom crrr.l .
The best, quickest nnd cheapest
Owing to the slippers condition o
tho loud at tho corner of King an
Itlchiudfl Mlccts this nltoiuoon, th
Honolulu Steam Laundry wagon, dil
on bj August Muluiros, which was
turning on to King from HlchauH
i.trcct, wns tin ned oor, tliiuvyn th
horho down, ns welt as tho drhor. Th
driver was fortumttly unhurt,
Tho contents of tho wagon wc
tcatterod on the siii'ct, nmltlni; n i
ninuslng sight for Uu kpertatum, Tl
plllkla was roon mur. A sheet cm
wun hold up fin a few seconds.
On nn outintr take nlong a
Pints , $3.76
Quarts ?,. 5,75
A full line of leather cases
find ncce3Sorie3 alwayn on ,
ha,nd at ,,. ,J
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& Co.. Ltd;,
ffi F ftSJ
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t ,.ft In
trict, so we may bellee he has the
J Port and Merchant Streets,