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1ULT WEEKLY Publish b, BtJltETni PUBLISHING CO., MD.
I At 120 King Street, Honolaln, Territory of Hawaii.
tUSlj every day except Bnnday. Weekly issued on Tuesdayof each week.
MEMBErf'orTHl ASSOCIATED PBESI.
Wallace R. FnrrlriBton,
Per Month, rnirwhcre In tj S f) ,7S
Per Quitter, iiyht In US .... 3.uo
PerYemr, tirwliert in U ...t,... tt.oa
rer Wir, postpaid, lorelfR l3.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANT NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
ia the Territory
-p I I Editorial Rooms,
Boldly and wisely in that light thou
f w hast;
J, .There is a hand above will help thee
) 1 on. aauey s jrestnt.
Tlio well known Hawaiian (inters of
1 llonuliiltt nla)s dislike to be c died
In their llclit name, but tint nine.
fall to nuke good their ribht to the
tlllo whenever r.ige1 gets tl)e be3t of
What little Judgment the) poescsn.
. When the business men of the clt)
'; nsk n pubic sen Ice corporation ami
the city Supervisors for n hearing, and
( urge mi agreement on public matters,
."it Ih the height of full) fur een the
j most powerful iiollt Icl.iua' or corpori'-
a ttona to Ignore the request.
1 Immigrants more promising In
, I appearance have never nrrlvod In
, Honolulu than the Russians who
r.imu from Harbin under tho niio-
pices of the Territorial Hoard of Im
migration. It is of ltnl 'importance
1 to Haw nil that the Immigrant and
his cmplojcr shall exert cery en
erg to innko good the first Impres
sions. This done, the gientest prob
' K'm of these Islands Unsolved.
Any corporation (hat Btarts In
theso dn)s to bluster through propo
sitions In which tho people arc In-
interested usual!' finds that many
people j too many In fact save
their response till they get to the
ballot box. Then someone, gets hurt.
An)ona who hns been In a position
Nto note, tho undercut rent of opposi
tion to corporate acthltles when
most vital community Interests were
nt stal.c. ought to havo enough
judgment to go glow when City Su
pervisors aro having their f.rst tus
sle with public service corporation
TELEPHONE AGREEMENT AND
Perusal of the "proposed agree
ment under which the City Super
visors nrccklng to get the wires
of the pqljcojuul flic plarm systems
underground anu nt me Bame time
retain Boine degree of control over
tho streets and tho corporations us
ing tho streets brings out two
I'lrst, that tho City of Honolulu
Is not.-forclng upon tho corporation
more than reasonably might bo ex
pected or more than would be re
quired of n corporation In a main
land city using tho streets.
Second, that there Is no good rea
son why the Supervisors and the
telephono company should not come
to a mutually agreeable understand
ing Jhat will give tho city at least n
fair measure, of protection and not
place unnecessary burdens on the
As 'for Supervisor Ayletfs desired
amendment that the wording of tho
agreement should bo "for a distance
ij vi uuijii-Bs man u.uuu nneai icev
Wit Instead of ns nt present "for a dis
tance not to exceed J3.000 lineal
j feet," there is no good reason Wie
the company should not grant tho
amendment. If Ajlett be fdollsh for
asking this nmendment, the rcpre-
sentatlves of the company moro than
) duplicate his folly by refusing to
Taking; the agreement by and
large, It Is large!) on the side of tho
Tho phrase "provldod, honcvor,
that tho location of nil wires nnU
Klirh (".Mint fllillllimrtOU nn1i na 1.a
P his comnan maV "C"5 t to permit" is
1 uiio inui Kimes jiareniy on mo mina
, of nny( man who belloes that the
streets, of thoiclty belong to the peo
ple, nnd It is tho corporation rather
than tho public that shguld say "liy
jour leave" t
In this piescnt situation, however,
the question nilsos whether the Ter
ritory has already granted such val
v uable rights that tho city may not
, bo able to make the most favorable
Menus, or such as are usually 10-
MnillfOfl IITllloi fmnnliluaa n.nnla.l l.ir
'cities of tho mainland.
t, The'stntUH under this agreemont
t is that tho corporation tells tho city
,what It must do. The corporation
com in a 11 da. if tho -city wcro In n po
sition to grant a franchise It should
:K i I
. - Bdltor
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Sli Motitn, ,ro
Per Yer, njrwlKieln Utf I.oo
Pel Yetr Mrthere in Cnid... I. Bo
Per Year llpld, toinsn ,,..,, 3.00
Entered it the Itoffic it IIoDotaln
ti tecotid cli muter.
OCTOBER 22, 1909
most certainly Insist that the tele
phone company. In return for the
jprhllcgcs recehed, must gle the
city conduits for not only tho police
and lire alarm wires, but all wires
for the public service that may bo
required during tho term of tho
The Supenlw! hnvo to consider
what the) should do tinder present
conditions to mnko the most for the
city, nnd that means In the long run
for the taxpayers.
Tho same corporate Interests that
charge that tho Supervisors nro hin
dering their progress will be tho
first to feel and tho first to rnlse nn
outcry ngalnst any additional ex
pense roiitequeht to. the CIt) Super
visors having 'failed to secure a fair
bargain for carrying "the wires for
the public service.
1 The wlics are now carried free of
The corporato Interests will bn tii
first to criticise the 'Supervisors when
some other corporation comes along
and endeavors to dig up the BtreetB
without pa)lng well for It. And they
won't accept tho sharp bargain the)
drove as nn excuse for falluro of the
city officials to'li'dld Up their own end
and establish n proper-precedent.
In this Instance, It Is tho telephono
compan). Tomorrow it ma) bo an.
'r't,"r company toward which the tele-
Injo company has not the most kind
ly feelings. The city must bo consist
ent. Corporations seldom are.
Supervisors of tho clt) aro In diit)
bound to conduct their program In n
mnnnnt- llm mill ft nii .,
... .Ui nlll Jifc ull i-uriKjriiuuilH
seeking thouso of tho streets. It the
( inntter should bo carried to Washing
mi., mm unin 00 me uaBis on which
tho Federal legislators would net nl
though It would of course be possible
for Congress- to take more radical
steps In checking corporations, than
Hawaii or Honolulu Is likel) to do.
In tho proposed agreement, the clt)
of Honolulu gets about as little as a
city usually obtains from a public ser
vice cororatIon using the streets.
Certainly the telephone company hns
j no reason to complain, and since the
iiuner oi me city to enrorec Its lights
maY not ta estllllllltliprl nvrnnl nflni. n
long fight that might bo carried oven
to Congress, the best waj out for all
concerned Is for a further compromise
to be reached.
Then Mr, Aylctt and his associates
will havo ample opportunity to provo
whether they Intend to assist In Im
provement or merely want to blockade
a matter of general community Inter
est. And tho telephono company for
Its part will bo able to show whether
It Intends to stand flrmlr liv thnsn ex.
tret 13.000 feet rather than wnlvn n
1 point of not absolute!) vital moment
and thereby reach n satisfactory und
erstanding with city officials.
Hiding aer the thing rough phodf
spurring on with bluff and bluster. Is
absolutely certain to havo a result In
the next election that will be an) thing
but pleasant to the people who are the
quickest to resent public refusal to
full In Immediately and unquestioning
ly with corporate demands.
EHb4nSuiervlRor A)lett or his copy.
1st made an error In the copy of the
proposed agreement of the city Sujicr
vleors with thq telephone compan),
given tho II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n for publication.
The agreement ns published by tho
II 11 1 1 o 1 1 n was Identical wlth tho
copy furnished by Mr. Aylctt.
Ono ciror has been noted In the
ntillottn's publication by tho tele
phone attornoy organ, and.lt may be
that Mr. Ajlett and his Republican as
sociates who voted against (lie agree
ment have been working from thp copy
that was furnished by Mr. A) left to
this paper, and therefore In 0110 detail
nt' least ,hao. misunderstood tho situ
ation. . c.
Tho official cop) of tho agieemont
held by tho County Jilerk, gives the
paragraph In which Uno 'error occurred
as follows, tho'words In.capjtala being
tho ones (h it wcro omitted from tho
copy given tho Uu I lot In by Super
visor A)lctt: - ;.
The, Cnmpany;rirthjfr ovenants
and ngrecH with (thrj City nnd
County that If tho Cofnpany nt any
tlmo hereafter shall construct nn
extension of Us present contem-
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Eaimuki .'...1B.R. .S12.00
Luzo St .2 B. B. . 15.00
KaiUrnki. 2B.R.. 25.00
Berelania St: 2 B. R. . 25.00
Yonnff,St. 4B.R.. 25.00
Vineyard) St 3B.R.. 30.00
7a6-.Kinau.St: 3B.R.. 32.50
llQiBates St 3B.R.. 35.00
BeretaniaiSt! 3 B. R. . 40.00
1475 Thnntoir Ave . . 4 B. R . . 40.00
126 BeretaniaiSt. ..5B.R.. 40.00
Elsie Ave 5B.R.. 40.00
Makiki St! 3 B. R. .$.45.00
Nuuanu Ave 4 B. R. . 100.00
Trent. Trust Co., Xitd.
PEOPLE with pro
perty who wish
to keep the in
terest of their heirs
in mind will find it
much to r.heir advan
tage to nominate some
good trust company as
executor. Call at our
office and we will ex
plain. Bishop Triist
plated underground system, tho
Company will construct and ' In.
stall a duct In the sanio trench or '
trenches for tho uso of tho City
and County, nnd.ut the some, tlmo
that tho Company Is Installing
such extension work for Its own
use, ono duct at cost, said cost
however not to Include cost of
EXCAVATION, AND WILL ALSO,
AS ADOVE SET TORTH. HEAR
THE COST OF maintaining and
repairing the isme during the bal
ance of the life of the charter of,
the Company) provided however,
and on condition that tho City
and County shall within thirty
(30) days nfter written notlca of
anv extension hereafter contem
plated has been given to it by the
Company, notify tho Company In (
writing of Its doslro to havo said
duct Installed for Its use.
Under this paragraph of tho ngreci
ment. tho telephono company taken
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A 'fifty ($50) dollar cash payment and ten (S10) dollars a month
will buy a lot in ; the KAIMTJKI PARK TRACT. These' lots command a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Bay and are convenient to car line.
Eight lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con-
taining 15,000, square feet
Twp desirable budding lots.
36,000 square feet ' $2,000
13,000 square feet 950
Let us show you an investment in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of it.
i M t 4
HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, 06T6BRR 4271464"
A Country Home
A new 5-room house
with modern plumb
ing, fireplace u beauti
ful view; servants'
quarters j six acres of
cleared land. The
property is fenced and
hat a spring; of water
near upper end.
from the Coast is now. em
ployed at the Soda-Foun-tain
in the Alexander
Open from 6 a. m, to
11;30 p. m.
care of the city wlrps In tha oxtenslons
of the s)stcm under tho same restric
tions as me insisted upon In tho orig
inal laying of the' underground ducts.
Therefore tho only question that
arises on this point. Is that which Is
probably raised by 'the Democrats and
of which more will 'likely be heard In
tho next campaign, namely, that the
privilege granted tho telephono com
pany by tho city nro so'uweeplng.nnd
valuable, that provision or all munic
ipal wires without expense to the city
Is n very small return for tho com
pany to make.
Tho HUggesUon that the editor of
tho D 11 1 1 0 1 i'n changed tho copy that
was submitted to him for publication
Is tho pourlle Insinuation of n iierson
who must turn to Invention nnd falsi
fication for lick of desire or intent-tq
mnko a fait or reasonable statement.
Inter-Iiland'and O. R. &-L. shipping,
books for sale it' the Bulletin
office. tC tch. t
Diamond Head and Honolulu Har-
Fort and;Merchant Streets. Jtu. f.f,,lv
yg-WSBaJWafci.4 . a.' - yLA?". ji&1KJSMEf
4i a a i b MfxKt x t wi'i in wi ' iiiiwmi in'Misin 1 iii TniiwBnrnmnTiwTiwaiif iTaaanirrfiwiiiiinrTsnii imasisi mi
DttS ,VT tiWHI
Charles Ellin, al'one-'tline a famous
crack Bhot wlih llie rtrfei and prom
lilently identified wltlf.trio Hawaiian
NMIonnlfannrtl) died at Knlmukl H01
pltnl last night, tho. cause of death
Elvln'at one'tlmr-conVlltcted'n Bhoot.
lifg gallery that wwoxtremeli populnt1
with locali marksmen.
Deceased wbb n resident of the Is
lamist fbr Inaiiy )oars nnd pbsfcssed n
wjdo circle of friends,
TI10 funeral' will take, place from
Williams' UrtdcTtaklmj Parlors at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
ffi HWTE GOIS FREE
'Judgo Andrnde went Into tho case!
of E. !!. Do I'onte, charged with hav
Ing Illegally disposed of Intoxicating
liquors, at Police Court this morning
but falling' to fllul sufficient evidence
lo convict, discharged De I'onte. Tho
defendant! Was alleged to" have sold
beer.ot aplcnlo which was held at tho
Peninsula on July 31. A number of
witnesses wcro brought forward at tho
trial some days ago, but little of value
could bo cleaned from their testimony.
All appeared to be afflicted with n case;
of acuto rcluctanco when It came to
go Into details concerning tho social
affair held near Pearl City.
MORI'S ATTORNEYS INDICATE
LINE OF DEFENSE.
(Continued from Pan 1)
Japanese equivalent' In his conersa-
tlomwithiMorl In prison. Bhcha ex
plained by stating that ho In J ro
fcrj-ed to tho "Incitement" by thu cer
tain Japanese papers which might be
considered as a mitigating clrc mi
stance In'favor of Mori.
Douthltt endeavored to get Shcbi to
admit flirt Mori appeared to be labor
ing under somo great mental stress
during tho brief conversation that oc
curred on Smith street Just before
Mori drow the Knlfo and struck tho
Shcba gave a detailed account of tho
strugglo with his assailant nnd told
how ho had held him 'donn by pinion
ing his nriTis, while tho would be as
sassin still held the knlfo In his hands
Tho testimony of. Shcba In this re
gard was borne out by William Mc
Candloss, tho painter who was tho
first to respond to Sheba's cries for
help. McCandless told of hearing tho
calls for assistance whllo painting, an
advertising sign near the scene of the
crime. When McCandless reached the
spot where Shcba was struggling for
his Ufa bo Icstiflod that tho editor was
holding down Mori by 'tho weight of
his body and grasping his foronrms
McCinrilesB grasped Mori and Bheha
then struggled to his feet. Whin ho
turned 'Ills exclusive attention to Mori,
McCandless stated that ho sav the
open knlfo In tho hand of tho Japanese,
who released his hold upon It when
ordered to I do so.
Ogata, a Japanese In tho employ of
R. D. Mead, testified to being In tho
building of tho Howalli Shlnpo ' on
Smith strceti when ho heard Sheba's
cries for help. lib rnmto thfe scene of
tho assault and found the men strugJ
gllng on tho sidewalk, covered with
blood and with McCandless trying to
(Continued 'froa Pan 1)
crwnrds gathered upland place In a
hack nnd taken to the Insane asy
lum, where he remained for somo
niu.b. l.n..tJ in M 111. ftalfm flf
inwnn "lluiuei . w ..- -.- i
' ..... 1.-1... ....! l.u.rfHl.i .hnuf
ceruuu jiaiiivtiuiiiuiio uiuuhui u.-uuv
by strong drink.
Attorney Qulnn representing the'
colored mnn, and Attornoy Strauss
on tho side of the prosecution man
aged to keep Ills Honor busy In dc-i
elding on their rcspectlye contem
tlons during the progress of tho trial.
Miller was given n sentenco of 3U
da)s at the conclusion. of tho hear-;
lng. Qulnn gave notice of appeal,
and bond wns, fixed for MIIler'B re-i
lease pending nctlon by a higher
Those "Arnold." Goods
B.,E Ehlers '.&Gb..
TssjaTm;:? "rrfw-i 'mrgzvsjbKSZ
1 " -'-'.
DR. ELIOT.'S VIEWS'ON RELIGION
itn I urn 0 ? if lifliit ri-
1 r u ''t, x CSSf r 1 1
iisIbsIbssIbsIbsIbssIbsIbK 1sssieV f I w r "Z "SlsWic? wNl?
' aiHT, y umowoo mionWfOoo cojtiuoht,t xaTHiiywoTo.fa
The vlows of the "coming religion" prdpounded by Dr; Jharles ,'V.
Elliott, president emeritus of Harvard Unherslt)', In an' address befofp
iho studentn of the Harvard Summer School of, Theology, havo elicit!;
Wide comment by theologians and others., Tho address has been ncctu t
rately translated Into.ltnllan for J'op Pltis, nnd l( Is announced thatfaf
seml-ofilclnl rcplr on llnc sltggcstcd by tho l'Ape will he published.' It1
Is reportcdthnt his holiness has cxpresbcd regret that a nun of Wl
Hllot's authority and culture BhouWI lavo expressed, vlowsy wti'lth, la
Ihe opinion of tho Romnh Catholic ccclaslasts, aro not a basis o'f a ncjrjj
rtllelom Ink merely n religion of faith. Ih his address Dr. Eliot tor
clarcd his belief that tho now rtllglbh
cither spiritual or temporal.
Kanagawa. th'o Japnnoso who Is' at-
leged to havo, killed Rio, tho servant
of Judgo Lindsay, Is nble to speak
now, and ho claims that ho and tho
woman agreed to dlo together.
The police rldlculoBtieh a Btory, and
Isk whyHlo called out for help If she
hhd consented to bo killed b) her lov
er. At first It wus thought tint tho
crlmo nan committed by Tuniikt, the
husband of tho dead woman, hilt lTt
tuniB out that ho knew nothing of the
affair till ho went as usual to work at
the HendrlckB home at Puliation.
Kanagawa has been ciupluved at
several iilaces in this city, and a short
tlmo ago was working for Dr. Haldiln.
Ho wns aftirwards imphrjcd nt the
BROWN ASks DIVORCE
Cupid had a talker eventful morn
ing In tho Clicult Court toda). A ill-
yorco complaint was filed by C. II.
Drown against Ills wife, Ida R.T)rown,
declaring that her actions hnvo caused'
him great mental anguish and that sho
has frequented the company of unde
Joseph Emory Harris, of some police
court fume, was divorced by Mantle
Harris, the complaint containing alleJ
gatlons of desertion anil non support,
the docreo .being granted b) Judgo
A divorce Is asked by Hnna rnjlmoto
from nilliholo on the-grounds of fall
uro to provldo hero with tho necessar
ONE RUSSIAN GOES INSANE.
(Continued from Paz 1)
the. Immigrants mndo by the Tcderal
fluaranttne Inspectors on board mo
Siberia', this Russian soon convinced
tho otncUls that thero wns some
thing decidedly wrong with his!
Tho 111a n .'developed what at first'
were taken to bo anarchistic, tenden
cies. He ilUplajed much Objection
to the detention prescribed by tn
Immigration authorities. , lleforo his
case, was disposed of tho icbelllous
Russian defied tho officials who had
visited the Siberia. He was then
placed In tho custody of the pollco
mil h ii '
Consider how tender the baby's
skin Is, and the Importance of bo-
Icctlng y right garments Is. empha
sized.' The fine knit fabrics ot Iho
' "ARN0LD"a00DS ars. msse from,
oft, twisted yarns, chemically. treat
Zed to make there highly antiseptic,
sanitary and absorbent. TIicbo gar-,
ments excel In i beauty, of 'finish,1
shapeliness and non-Irritating quali
ties. 'Mofhors seeking the best for
their babies will by all means adopt
tho "ARNOLD" KNIT, GARMENTS.
Beo "Arnold" catalog tor lllustra
t tlons and full descriptions.
' ' -
will notlbo based upon nuthorltyii.,
for safe keeping pending n? morb
Tho Rdcslan 'has tlfuK fart made
no Intelligent statement concerning
himself. H Is said to'no Ibnger re
bel nt his enforced detention' at tile
Jul!. A. I.. C Attdnsom and Mr.
Pdrclstrouse, the representatives for,
the Territorial Hoard of Immigra
tion who accompanied the Russian
men, women nnd children to Hono
lulu", bclleve'tlCU-tlie fellow' was Irr
iliiccd to poln tho party-at tlie tlmo
that It was recruited at Harbin by
tho' socialist faction which InfcstB
tho Manihurlnn metropolis. The
Introduction of 1 one or moro trouble
makers Ih tho company of lmrhU
grants, It Is believed, would havaa
tendenc) to causing the members of
tho party to become dissatisfied with
their venture. They hoped to dis
rupt the enlrc company, 'thereby
frustrating the ends of the labor
The man who nt present languish
es at tho city und'cduntyJull Is Bcrli
ously believed to bo Insane. Tlnlt
ho Is shamming nnd hopes to avolli
labor offered In Hawnlf for employ
ment an tho Pacific coast Is not glv
bn credence by' the authorities Who
havo looked Into his case.
' mt mt . 1
QUINN CHARGED WITH
Thomas Qulnn, owner of a big auto
mobile, will'be urrcBted'orra. Warrant
BWorn out by Asslstant'ProsccUttnig 'At
torney Drown, charging him wltwitfood
Qulnn Is alleged to havo collided
with n Rapid Transit can on Hotel
btrcot last night,1 on tho runalngKbUiril
01 wnicn Btooii Andrew ioukea IlrlsM,
n Hnwallan, who suffered much libdll .
damagojrom his fall to tho street, llo
Is severely cut about tho head ondr'w'au
Thjj car' was westbound anil thu
Qulnh car'ls said to havo' crossthl
aiound to tho mnukn and tho wrong
sldo for eastliound vehicles.
It Is claimed that the automobile
failed to stop after tho accident but
continued down 'Hotel 'strot.
wuinn win prouaoiy uo arraigned bo-
foio Judgo Andrade tomorrow morn
. , JL LT -Jl U, IL.
Tho'corrtot visRih card
should be printed from a cop-
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.. pV4 J1AVC UIU UUIUG iJllKtV
! naVoV. .th.V.
' Let hs shoVyott'stinrtler of'
our copper plate work-c-ouT"
, encrraVers- ar artist ansViwe
,1 poiy closcfcttelitiolo'tMtfWci
ccution oi' -everyr order.
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