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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 1900.
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Wallace R. Farrlnnton, - Editor
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I raised such men as had the fe ar of God before them, as made
some conscience of what they did, and from that day forward, I must
say to you they were never beaten. Oliver Cromwell.
SPECIAL SESSION WORK.'
This paper lias no doubt Unit a
good number ot the in fin tiers of tlio
Legislature realize that tliey are
cnlleil In special session fur strict
business and nut fur tlddlewinks
Wo are very much Inclined to be
lieve that there la a biife majuilty
who understand this. Hut thcie I
Just chuukIi 'if possible friction In
the air tu suggest the need fur a
The II ii 1 i o I I n, something over
is ear ago -t the llrst tu lead ult
In blocking action on the Cover
nur'g nnienduient of the Organic Act
because the whole thing hud been
framed up without a sufflclenl con
sultation with the people.
Oainlng wisdom from the error ot
that move, the .administration lias
threshed the Organic Act amend
ments over In almost every conceiv
able form. They havo been befure
and approved by the business budles
of this city and other sections. They
have been published in the news
papers. They havo been befuie tho
Legislature when It was busy with
the general business of the regular
session. Finally they have been ro
vlewed and revised by n conference
of party and legislative leaders with
the Governor, and tho result ot this
final review and revision Is what
will go before the special session ot
the Legislature as tho Republican
It conclusions cannot ho reached
during this special session, It will
nieun that tho legislature contain
ing a majority elected by the Repub
lican party In.'ks a majuilty of loyal
and faithful icprcsentatlves ut the
It may be necessary to change tho
amendments presented by the ad
ministration In sumo particulars.
There is no good reason, however,
why the measure as a whole. Includ
ing as It dues amendment of the
land laws, should not receive the ap
proval of tho Legislature's Republi
We havo do desire to refuse to any
member of tho Legislature Independ
ence of thought. Wo say that the
administration mcasuie should bo
endorsed In Its general outline, by
tho majority of tho Legislature, bo
causo nt no tlmo during tho past
year has there been any serious pro
test from the peoplo against tho
principles represented In tho amend
If doubt still exists as to tho dis
grace of the Jury's eurorced request
for special mercy of tho court In the
Mori verdict, wo commend our rend
ers to tho remarks ot Judge Do Holt
in sentencing the convicted man.
While such things can happen as
went on In that Jury, no further
evidence need bo asked to prove
that Hawaii Is not only falling in the
duty It owes to law-abiding citizens
and lesldents, but Its wholo system
That fight Is to take place before
July 5, which means the public will
have fully six months of prize-fight
It would appear to bo the better
part of wisdom for the members of
the Hoard of Supervisors to get to-
gother. There Is not the slightest ,
ftnitltt flttlt m.1l, AV.in.wln.1 n n I
doubt thnt money expended on a
well constructed belt road around I
this Island Is money well expended. '
i One can baldly help n feeling ot
sympathy for the poor fool who
leads a revolt against the govern-
ment of a llttlo country liku
Greece, After aRJs.sajd and 'datt9,r
the government ai'ftoll ns'tiuvrbeJs
have to do as they arc told by the
Powers. ' I
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OCTOBER 30, 1909
ments as they will go before tho
Tho people as a whole are satis
fied. That sould he sufficient fur tho
Republican Legislator. 11 should
be till that Is necessary to satisfy the
exacting mind uf the Democrat. It
square with the rules ot average
common sense and political decency.
Governor Krcar hns dono the right
thing In calling the Legislature tu
act on the proposed amendments of
tho Organic Act. As previously
stuted In this paper, tho members of
the Legislature are practically In
the position of a commission bcnrlng
tho losponslblllty of recommending
action to tho United States Congress.
Thcrefuio the Legislators should act
with the same discretion, care, speed
and sense that would characterize
the deliberations ot a non-partisan
Congress, that has finally to pass
on tho amendments, will iimpies
tlonahly bo largely guided by tho
manner In which the amendments
nro carried through, qulto as much
ns by the final result.
It the Legislature prove by their
wuil; in tho session soon to open
that they do not grasp the scope of
their responsibilities, It they con
sumo time talking on other matters,
if they show that they havo no np
pieelatlun of party loyalty, members
of Congress will unquestionably ho
slow to upprovo any amendments
that give this Territory and Its peo
ple n larger niensuro of self govern
ment. On the other hand, If tho work Is
carried tluough promptly nud tho
members lefrulii fiom petty politics
while engaged on this most serious
tiisK, Congress cannot fall to be 1m
picsscd with the Tact that Hawaii's
people are entitled tu the fullest
measure uf self government that can
be given under a Teirltoilal admin
istration. As for tho people who are looking
on, let every member realize thnt ho
Is tho center of attention. Tho Is
sue U not divided. This speclnl ses
sion hns one thing to do. If tho
work is well done, tho peoplo will
know It. if It Is marked by political
bickering, treachery, haggling and
pettirogglug, they will know that,
and govern themselves accordingly.
They will releguto to political ob
livion the hagglers, the traitors, tho
of Justice Is being undermined by
the most dangerous and Insidious
forces that ever threatened tho In
togilty of n nation or scorned tho
representatives of law and order.
Well may tho law-abiding and
patriotic citizens of this Territory
ask the question, Who Is running
this Territory, thnt such things mny
happen nnd public conscience hnidly
bo stlried fiom Its close attention to
i i m-
Consolidation ot business Is not
popular whon It eliminates .from
nny community aggressive and gen
erally successful business concerns.
I Although competition Is somotlmcs
luiiaiuuieu ug cxpensi
,,,, ,, . ,
t"0leS3 tho bas1 of
n'"' broader dovolopn
considered as expensive, It Is nover-
Newspaper filonds of Japanese.
who attempted to hold up tho main
Industry declined that comment on
tho .Mori verdict by the II u I 1 o 1 1 u
bordered on contempt of com t. Wo
suggest that they lead what Judgo
Du "oil said fiom the bench. R Is
topeeA remarkable., howj solicitous
tlpjnornlng "paper has been leut the
feullngs of a murderous ussullaut
should bo hurt.
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819 Beretania St 2 B. R. . 25.00
Kaimuki 2 B. R. . 25.00
Pawaa 4 B. R. . 25.00
1654 Young St 2 B. R. . 27.50
283 Vineyard 3B.n., 30.00
725 Kinau 3 B. R. . 32.50
1703 Young St .' 4 B. R. . 40.00
1475 Thurston ave 4 B. R. . 40.00
1286 Beretania 5 B. R. . 40.00
Wainane 4 B. R. . $30.00
Waikiki 2B. R.. 30.00
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1311 Beretania 3 B. R . 35.00
Kaimuki 2 B. R . 45.00
Nuuanu Valley 5 B. R. . 100.00
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REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES.
MONEY TO LOAN ON LISTED COL
LATERAL OR PRODUCTIVE
943 BETHEL STREET.
H0LSTEIN EXPECTS HOUSE
TO ACT PROMPTLY.
(Continued from Pace 1 1
end Is ho continues In polities It will
have to bo as a Democrat, ns the Re
publican party and especially Dclegato
Kublo havo a great deal at tt:uo in
tho successful outcome of thU hpeclal
During this evening and .Sunday
thcro will undoubtedly ho many in
formal caucuses with tho formal ties
slons held on Monday. Tho Democrats
tiro supposed to havo a pinram ns
long ns jour arm, but they keep veiy
quiet as to what it Is.
Olflcers of tho Senate nny cnuso
(,nlto n little excitement at the outset.
President Smith will be reelected
without opposition. Tim Secretaiy to
toko tho place of William Savldso will
glvo rlso to a contest. Nagaran Fer
nandez Is talked of for tho place, nnd
George Smithies. Somo of them j!.ilm
that a dark horso will como Into the
field with tho support of insurgent
REAL ESTATE FOR
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dential section, suitable for small
A story and a half house with all
modern improvements, stables, ware
Building lots in Manoa Valley,
Kaimuki Park and Waialae Tracts,
Cash or installments.
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, King Street, Pawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
1'ort and Merchant Streets. '
Frequent the Alexander
Young Cafe in preference
to any other. They hab
itually speak of it as
Open from 6 a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
In 'Your Business
Republicans nnd the Democrats, but
there Is not telling exactly what tho
outcome will be. Tift secretary It l
generally admitted, should bo a man
who can tervo as Interpreter If needed
Mid n'su one 'who has h id legislative
experience. There Is not time lu a
bpecl'al session to break In new men.
MAXIMUM PENALTY IS
IMPOSED ON MORI,
f Continued from Pace 11
1 fact that .Mori's reputation lu tho past
I had been good, although It was not
quite clear what reputation has to d.i
with stabbing a man in tho neck. The
attorney for the defenso declared that
Moil was led to commlto tho dime by
the excitement of tho moment nud
that Justice would ho served by Im
prisoning htm fur only such tlmo us
would penult him "to overcome that
high temper of his." As tho sentence
proved, Judge Do Dolt thought It
would take not less than flvo years and
a $1000 fine to overcome tho would-bo
iiEslssln's highly strung temperament.
City nud County Attorney Cnthcait
icpllcd brlelly to tho 'iippiMls uf tho
atturneys fur the defenso In their ic
questB for clemency, lie summed up
tho circumstances to n logical con
clusion that llieru wai nn abseVluto Ab
sence of anything thnt nilsht bo Inter
preted ns providing grounds for fol
lowing out Die recommendation for
mercy and that the application or Iho
recommendation was a multcr purely
discretionary with tho court.
In the course of Imposing rentenco
nnd In answer to Iho fact thnt tho de
fenso appealed for mercy in the pun
ishment of their client, Judgo Do Holt
observed thnt In their address tu tho
Jury tho defense ntlorncys had de
clared that they did not want merr,y
for their client, but Justice.
Previous to tho Imposing of sen
tence, tho defense made futile motions
for n new trlnl and arrest of Judgment
with n continuance to argue the point
that error had becu committed In tho
additional Instructions to tho Jury. i
Under tho sentence Imposed Mori
will have to Bcrvo five years at least,
nnd ten ycnrH or loss unless he con
ducts himself In tho penitentiary In a
innnner to wnrrant his paiolo at tho
expiration ot the minimum period.
The case Is to be taken tu the Su
premo Cnurt on exceptions, thirty
days being allowed for the filing of '
tho bill. Pending tho appeal ball was
inlsed from $5000 to $0000.
Carnival" May Bring
A sentenco of live vears' Imprlton
ment nt hard labor was Imposed this
morning by Clicult Judge IX) Uolt up
on Chun Duck Soon, a Korean who
entered a plea of guilty tu mi Indict
ment charging him with burglary In
tho first degree. The Korean vvim
charged with having entered tho homo
of Mis. Amy U Itoardman nnd steal
ing some valuables,
Tanabe, a Japanese, seemed n miti
gation of sentenco from a District
Cuurt Judgment, finding him guilty of
assault and battery and sentencing
him to n fine of $1U0. Oh the motlbn
or City nnd County Attorney Cnthcait
the One vvun reduced to $25 nnd coitu
Kuma, a Hawaiian, charged wit!,
committing u cruel nssnult upon his
vvlfo, plended not guilty and his lion I
was fixed at $1500. He declirod that
ho had no meuiis to Bocuru a lawyer.
Fushlno, convicted of Illegal Impris
onment, was ordered Into tho custody
of tho Sheriff to begin his sentenco of
soven months, tho appeal In tho case
having been abandoned.
FOR A BURGLAR
Two boys under twenty ycur-i of age
me confined nt tho city Jail under n
thaio of caitio stealing. They nro
Manuel Correa, alias Manuel Fcriilni,
nud Krank Maikb.
Tho pair were placed undo arrest
this morning by Deputy Sheriffs Hose
and Kellctt, utter weeks spent lu work
Ing up tho case and establishing a
train of evidence against tho accuseJ.
Korrclria and Marks nro alleged to
hnvo made off with two full grown
Heers belonging to (leorgo Holt, n bull
calf fiom the herd of Kuluma Pllmoku
nnd n heifer, tho property of the Dam
It was through the theft of tho lat
ter animals that tho youthful mlscro
lints wero ut last nppiehendcd. Thu
Damon heifer bore u brand which vv.w
noted ns soon ns Iho beef was offered
fur sale. Tho cattlo heretofoio put
lolned by tho Inds had been disposed
of to tho Metiopolltnn Meat Market
nnd tho animals were killed.
Tho series of cattlo thefts aro said
to havo covered a period of several
Young MarUs has on older brother
who several months ago was arrested
nnd convicted ot cattlo Btoallng. Ho
lecently completed tho serving of the
eenlonco imposed by tho court.
Tho hoys put up considerable resist
Those "Arnold" Goods
The "Arnold" Knit Diaper does away with all
and is inexpensive; $2.50 to S4 per doz.
The Bishop Trust Company,
BEO to announce thnt on January 1st, 1910, they will
open n Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust business, whero ladles, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond and receive ndvlco ns to
opening a bank nccount, putting their funds out nt Inter
est, buying real cstnto, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
nny other class of security. Under tho Laws of tho Ter
ritory a woman can hold property In her own rlgf.t.
The Ulshop Trust Company feel that they hnvo been
fortunate in securing for this Department tho rorvlces ot
Miss J. T. Maclntyro, who Is well known In tho business
community of Honolulu ns tho manager' for eight ycari
past ot lllshop & Company's Savings Panic. Miss Macln
tyro will hnvo nn oince In tho lllshop Trust Company's
llulldlng on Ilotliel Street, where she will be found dally
from 9 to 12, nttcr tho 1st ut January.
All accounts and. transactions strictly confidential.
ance against their capture. Tho po
ller believe that they possess convinc
ing proof In tho recaptured heifer
healing the Damon brand.
A preliminary hearing will come bo
lino Judgo Aiulradu on Monday morn
ing. - I
r - t
Central fiilon Chinch Sunday Oct
r.l. Durcmus Scudder, Minister; Amos
A. niicrsole, Asslettnnt Minister. Illblo
School ut H:30 In Chapel and Parish
lloure. four departments: Sunbeam
Class, Primary, Junior and Senior.
Mens' Illblo Study Clump nt 10:00 In
tho Church p.nlnr, beginning Sunday
a detailed Mil ly of tho lTvents of the
Last WreJc of the Lifo of Jesus. An
earnest effort to understand Just what
happened. Morning woishlp at 11:00
n. in.; sermon by the Minister: "Old
Testament Topics XIII Wood Will
Tell." (Deut. 7:0). Christian Kndohvur
nt 0:30 p. m. In Iho Parlfh House;
topic "Heroes ot Mlrsions In tho Isl
ands," Scripture references: (Isaiah
r2:l-l, li-20). I-en!ng rervico at
7:30 sermon by (he Aislitant Minis
ter; "Jinn's KitiPinity, Clot's OpKr
tunlty." Ccitiul I'nlon extends a cor
dial welcome to all tu attend Its refv
Ices. I'lrst Methodist Kplsropil Church
corner Herrtanla Ave. nnd Miller St.
Joh iiT. Jone pastor; I'ran'i I Leo
rsslstnnt. Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Arthur Huhliiiis, rupeii:itendnt. M ini
Ing worship, 11 a. in. sermon by tho
pastor, subjtct, "Tho Puzzle of the
Ulble." Kpv.urth league, C:30 p. in.
livening wouhlp, 7:30 p. m., sermon
hp tho pastor, (.object "Zaccheus, or
tho Man That Climbed n Tieo." Music
under tho direction of Mr. Lee. Prof.
N. M. Lewis, organist. Pravor meet
ing, Wedncdiy ovenln?, subject
"Christian l-'elluwEhlp." Wi Ironic to
this house of worship nro all visitors
end Mrnngera. Soldleis and nallora
flermnn Lutheran Church, IY'Iniy
9:15 Snnntngschule; 11, Clottosdlc'iet;
Predlgtrelho uehor Gotten Offenbaiung
In der Nntur, 7 Klelno Ai belter giosw
Werke; 7:30 Abendnndaclit; "Der Weg
ziini Krlcden" soprnn solo von MVs.
Mncknll. Predlktrelho ueber Clottes
Offcnbarnng In der Natur 7 Voni .Ver
gehen der llergo.
Christian Church A. C. McKecver
minister, 3:13. Illblo schol; 0:30. Y
P. S. C. R.; 11 n. m., soinmii by Rov.
J, L. Hopvvood; 7:30, sermon by lulu
An attempt was made lecently to
blow up tho factory of lhu Zanosvllle
Kurnltiiro company ut Zaneavilli, O,,
by dynamite; also the home of 1). H.
tlnry. president of iho Civic league.
(Jury has been active in tho prosccu
Hon of liquor cases.
Somo nmusement was caused nt
tho coiner of Koit and King BtreotH
today at noon by a Spaniard who
started to pi each somo new rollglon.
Ho uso'snng Bcveinl hymns, nccom
pnnjlng hlmsolf on nn nccordlon.
nULLETlN AD pv -saa
, , . Among all the improved garments for the
babies introduced by the manufacturers of "Arnold"
goods, there isn't one that has greater influence
for the babies' good health and comfort than tho
"Arnold" Knit Diaper.
The usual linen or cotton diaper will draw
when wet, is cold and irritating to the child, and
is the cause of much inflamation. It is hard to
Wash, dries slowly, and, being cut square, can never
be applied to the baby so that it will be uncomfortable.
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