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BVENIKQ BPLLBTW, HONOLULTT, T. II , MONDAY, NOV. 1, 1909
A11Y and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
I At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly itiued on Tuesday of each wek.
1 XEMBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED FBESI.
,VVQllnc R. Parrlnjjton,
Per Month, anj-w here la US 6 .711
Per Quarter, iiywhrit In US 3.oo
rer Yrar, tnvflhere lulls H.oo
Icr Veir, (ottililotcljin, I3.uu
CIRCULATION LARQEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
' in the Territory of Hawaii.
A ri-i I Editorial
i "Popular government is a most difficult thing to establish. We
liavc had to hammer it out in a thousand years of Anglo-Saxon suffer
ing, control ersy and contest. And now it' rests In the common tense and
the self-restraint of the American people. It rests in the knowledge of
the man that has got to keep within the check of the law and constitu
tion if the government is to be preserved. "
e "And it must lest in the view of the minority that it is much more
important that the government should be sustained than that the mi
nority should for the time being have control of or a voice in the gov
ernment." President Taft.
THE PEOPLE DEMAND ACTION. '
J l'or noma ronton Democrats
presumed to lie opposed to
uniendtuent of the Organic Act
'outlined liy tlie Governor, tho Dole
gate to Congress mid UoiuiIjIIc.iii
leaders ot llio Legislature
' What good reason la there for this
j In It that the Democrats In older
to ho Democrats must oppose nn-
Ithlng the Republican Governor mid
the Republican Delegnto offer to the
members of the Legislature and to
If this ho true, the opposition Is
"(hlldlsli; It Is not worthy of nn In
telligent pirty, and wo cannot be
lieve that Intelligent citizens of tho
Democratic faith will support any
I If It be title that tho Democrats
lire opposed lo tho land program of
the Republicans and yet aic unable
to unlto on or c.ury thiough any
other program, they nro not bcrvlng
the hist Intorest of their own party
or of tho Terrltoiy by using their
votes In the Legislature to prevent
any action whatsoever.
People of this Terrltoiy, Irre
spective of their partisan feilty, de
mand nctttm on this Organic Act
. If the Legislature called In special
session should complete Us summons
to duty with nothing moro to Its
credit th in ivn agreement lo dls
ngice, the responsibility must lest
with thu Democratic minority ot
the Senate. And such a result
would bo a dlsgiaco to tho men re
sponsible for It and tho party that
jiuist bland sponsor for them.
' A blockado In tho Territorial Sen
tite over the laud amendment will,
jindcr the ciicumst.tncei, eomo near
er putting the Territory of Haw nil
on tho piano of tho unsavory "pos
session" of I'oito Ilico than any
thing that ban cvei happened In tho
history ot these Islands. A legisla
tive blocKado nilde I'orto Hlco n na
V tlonal laughing stock and hllghted
for many jeara Its hopo o fa larger
.measure of self-govCrnment
, 2 Should Hawaii's legislators vote
so as to bring about a legislative
y blockade, on tho exeuso that they
("want to down tho Governor," they
3 will put themselves in a most silly
Tho Gqvprnor Is not nn Issue.
The common sense and ability or
J tlio legislators ot tho' Territory of
v Hawaii is an Issue.
J The (Jovcmoi bus done exactly as
ho should do Ho has passoiPtho
f amendments of the Organic Act
h una It Is generally admitted that tho
Organic Act should be amended to
J the representatives of the people.
A session of live, ten, twelve,
t tvvent)-four or sixty das with no
agreement except to disagree will
S prove conclusively that the rcpro-
g bentotlves of the people In this Ter-
rltory lack some ot the most Import-
s nnt (lualltlcs that stamp men us
, possessed of tho patriotism, the
J Judgment and tho mental balance
J entitling them to tho highest pihl-
t. leges of self government.
In ptohibltlng football at West
Point nnd Anuunnlli tho government
S nuthoiltles show further ovldence of
is following vigorously that commend-
'nhlo conservation polio that lias
,j"como to the flout dining tho past
' decado. Piotect tho cadets, biuely.
tj'from liability of blemishes on their
ftVih)sical peifcctness especially ns
$they aro educated nt the gnveru -
iinont'a expense. Tho paternal wis-
"dom of tho government authoiltles
.Pin tnVlnir tl.U otnn unillit li mnnl.
i3bt lo rtHr And Wo enn seo this
S policy worked out to Its full jiorfec-
' 'tlon, The young nioii should not ho
dtlowotl nvvay from tho neademj
Etounds Ju these tlajs when tho dan
PAYABLE IN AD7ANCX.
VUKL-Y UUI-LUTIN s
PerSliMontni .?. ,o
Tcr Yetr, anywhetein US i l.oo
Pci Year anywhere ft Cnad,. t.Bo
Per Year postpaid, fotcifn. , 3,Yk
Entered at the Poatofllce at Honolulu
u aecond class matter.
.NOVEMBER 1, 1009
If any member of the Legislature,
be lie Democrat or Republican, casts
Ills ballot In such a manner ns to as-
Blst In bringing about n blockade,
hb tan only gain the favor of the Ig
norant voter by so doing, and that1
only temporal lly.
Tho Intelligent voter wilt suppoit
a man of action nt any time beforo
ho will h bodden blockndor, though
the action may not be cntlrel) to his
lilting. Ho knows that while men
of action, men of progress, men who
help to make things move, are nt
the helm, they will not go far
wrong, And if they do err In sonio
particular they will ho ready to net
promptly to correct It.
Suppose that Democrats with one
or two renegade Republicans do sue
ced In blocking action on tho land
What havo they to go before the
I coplo on?
They may say that all would have
Icon well had they had their vviiy,
when there Is no possible chance of
their having their way. They aro
not legislating. They are recom
mending. Congress will havo its
way. Congress Is Republican. Con
gress will adopt tho recommen
dations of the Republican ad
mnlstrntion of the Territory, If
it passes mi thing. It ccitnlnly
will not pass the bill recom
mended by tho Democratic mi
nority of tho Territory. And Ha
waii tannot afford to havo, tho
amendment of the Organic Act await
tho election of n Demo;intle 1'iesl
dent, Congress and Legislature.
All the Democrats of Hawaii can
do, all tho renegade Republicans can
do, IT they Join with tho Domociats
tinder blockading tnctlts, Is to go
befoio the.peoplo nnd npologlre for
tho fact that the) are tho men re
sponsible for preventing uu amend
ment of the Organic Act; thoy nie
the men who stood In tho way of
changing the Organic Act In a mun
nor to suit tho changing apd pro
gressive conditions In the Territory!
they nio the men on whoso shoulders
rests the reputation of allowing tho
Territorial Legislature to bo called
together at great expenso of tlmo
nnd moncfWlth tho icsult Nothing
Progressive Accomplished; they
aro the men whoso action proves
that tho Governor wna not Justified
In the confidence placed In the rep
resentatives of tho people.
Wo will not uso tho stalo Joko
that such Is the usual lecord of
Domocincy. 'o would remind nil
members of tho Legislature that tho
Issuo before them Is of suflklent Im
portance to warrant their laving
nsldo' all petty political bickering,
nnd Join hb patriots first and parti
sans afterward to forward the busi
ness of tho people, nnd promoto tho
amendment of tho Organic Act to
hotter suit n greater, n better and1 a
more intelligent Hawaii.
This thoy will do by putting
through the Organic Act amend
incuts along tho general lines that
havo been pioposed by tho adminis
per of being run over by electric cars
' nnd automobiles Is Imminent. And
' wur! fi)(1 torM,i th,nt ,l10 cadets of
our nnmniy ami naval academics
"""'" '- Me in mini mm
s,lc11 Somo ml'hi l,n InJme-'L and
' tho co'"try can ill afford Biich a
BI"I"C0. " means ptohlblt tho
l,ea,,l' football In ntndemles that
,tDacl1 ",cn to UM nl11' prcservo our
J'mth' Afu'r "" Rct 'hrough with
'ht freak Idea they may got back to
C""1 SCIISO mill tin IIS lifts llOOIl
dono III the west amend tho lilies
of the game
Sonator Coellio'a refusal to attend
tho Republkau laucus comes ns
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
It Is Impossible
To get as much satisfaction out of
living in a rented house as it is to
' get when living in a home of your
own. All things being equal, it is
extravagance to pay rent.
It Is Possible
For you to own a hqmc if it is pos
sible for ycii to pay rent. When se
lecting a site for a home you should
select your lot In a good neighbor
hood healthful, cool, with good car
v service and pleasant surroundings.
Wc can offer all these advantages In
COLLEGE HILL LOTS.
Prices are low terms easy.
Trent Trust Co,, Ltd.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES.
MONEY TO LOAN ON LISTED COL
LATERAL OR PRODUCTIVE
043 BETHEL STREET.
closo to n public announcement that
ho need bo no longe considered ns
n Republican as tho public requires.
This has been predicted for homo
months, hut was hardly cxpectod.
Should tho Senator from Maul flnal
lydccldo to tlnow his voto with the
forces of tho Seimto enlisted to
blockade tha resolution to amend tho
Organic Act he may depend on it
that his career In legislative halls
la Mulshed. The people don't caro
so very much what party a man be
longs to when dealing with such an
Issue ns Is now befoio tho Legisla
ture. They demand action, and the
men or the party that unite to pre
vent nctlon must shapo their expec
tations for defeat thnt will bo so
Some time ngo tho Ticasury De
partment of the United States "an
nounced that thero Is no new law to
hinder the people from drawing
checks for sums less than one dol
lar. Tho statute to that appaient
REAL ESTATE FOR
A genuine bargain in good resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story and a half house with all
modern improvements, stables, ware
house, etc. -'
Building lots in Manoa Valley,
Kaimuki Park and Wnialae Tracts.
Cash' or installments.
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, King Street, Pawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
I'ort and Merchant Streets,
Frequent the Alexander
Young Cafe in preference
to any other. Theyihab
itually speak of it as
Open from G a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
i: . V u
In Your Business
effect Is not new and has never been
tonstiucd to apply to checks on de
posits. Concetiuontly (he spasm in
the morning paper will have to pass
into history ns ,ono of the horrlblo
but unjustified assaults on Congress.
Tho peoplo expect action from tho
Supervlrois on tho telephone agree
ment, Just as they expect action
from 'the Legislators nn the Organic
Act. This is not a vnfion when leg
islative blockadcis aro accepted with
favor, especially when theio Is ab
solutely no good reason for the
A TRIP TO EUROPE.
I.oscm half of Its advantages unless
ou s(ienk n foreign tongue. Iliit It Is
insy to lenrn to speak Herman or
Trench. Ono hour n day for five weeks
without an) outsldo study Is all that
lb necessary ns Professor Mnthews ex
plains at his frea lectures at the Young
hotel next Thursday and Trlday. So
eoulldeut Is ho of giving satisfaction
(hat "ho. offers, nn j one a week's freo
trial of his method.
Already another boxing match Is
npoken of between Helllj and Culltu.
Tho latter Is willing to have nnothcr
go, and Ucllly would like to try oncc
moro over a longer route nnd with a
clean break rule.
Tho ln&t contest was a fine onq mid
ns clean nn affair ns'has been seen In
this city for jears Should the light
weights doclde to box again n bumper
house Is assured.
A match nny bo mado this afternoon
tomctlme, but It will hnvo to bo ar
ranged quickly as itcllly Is thinking of
returning homo by tho llllonlaii tomnr
low. It Is to bo lftipod that 'tlio men
get together ngnln and under llio clean
break rules tho match iliould bo a
very closo nnd pvcltlug one.
Tho big hottso on Saturday night
testified to tho popularity of the box
ing game in this town, nnd any pro
moter who can guarantee Lqunrc con
tests can bo sure of doing well.
LEGISLATORS READY FOR
THE SPECIAL SESSION.
(Continued from Pace 1)
not bring It up nt the special ses
sion, hut will bide his tlmo until tho
next regular session of tho Territor
The Senate Is where there Is somo.
expectation of difficulty. Thero Is
somo doubt whether or not Senator
Kiilama will bo In his scat tomor
row morning or nt nny tlmo during
tho special session, nnd Senator
ralrchlld, nnothcr ltcpubllcnn mem
ber, Is nvvay In Germany.
The general disposition on tho
part of the Legist Uors who hnvo ex
pressed themselves Is thnt the spe
cial session should nttempt to con
fine ltelf strictly to n cdnslciutloii
of the Organic Act nmendmenta nnd
lenvo questions such no annual bch
slons well enough ilonc.
ThettCnndlcss hill that was In
tioduted nt the tegillnr Eeslon by
McCarthy apparently possesses lit
tle sifppoit in the ranks of tho party,
and It seems unlikely that It will be
orfcred again at) n substitute for
thnt presented by the Governor ns n
result of the conference that pre
ceded tho calling of The special Mis
sion. ROYAL TIME AT THE ELKS.
On 1'ilday night the niks will
again demonstrate that they can do
things, this tlmo handling nn en
tertainment along professional lines.
Every little once in n whllo tho en
tertainment commlttco of tho local
lodgo bobs up serenely with tomo
stunt or another, nnd this time it's
In the line that will make the mem
bers sit up nnd take notice. Within
the past month they havo added Bev-
eral now pieces of furniture to their
beautiful club rooms, nnd nmongst
the outfit is a beautiful Ceccllan
piano plater. Standing ounoslte the
club during the middle hours of the
day, ou can hear strains of the lat
est operas, 'rag-' time, classy nnd
cjauslc.il music oozing forth fiom out
the second stoiy window, nnd ven
turing further vou will find smiif
ono of tho anllered herd pumping
ror nn no's worth with the uwinl
happy crowd silting near by. And
bo it goes, for they aic the busiest
H0N0LULUANS DANCE AT EWA.
A pleasant gathering nt Kwn on
Saturday, In which whist, followed
by u dance, vveio features, was par
ticipated In by .about thirty couples,
among whom were scvoinl fipm Ho
nolulu. I Tho affair was given by somo of
the cmplojcs of Kva mill. Tho club
house was piottlly decorated for tho
occasion. At tho conclusion or whist
dancing was Indulged in until nn
early hour Sunday moinlng. Ite
freshments pt , tempting order wero
served during tho evening.
FOR HIGHER COURT.
Forrerln and Murks, alleged to havo
otolcn n heifer from tho premises of
&. M. Damon, value I at $100, and en.
dcavoicd to tllsposo of tho Bnme, wero
irrulgncd before Judgo Andrndo at
iollce court this morning.
Tlio defendants; waived n prelimin
ary henilng beforo tho District Magis
trate and demanded n Jiuy tilnl by a
higher couit. They were remanded to
tho custodj of (ho SlieiltT under ball of
ff500 eachi i
BULl CTIN AD8 PAY
Those "Arnold" Goods
I pAmow WJUMf
. wvu itAU
The "Arnold" Knit Diaper does away with all these dispdvantafjej
and is inexpensive; $2.50 to $4 per doz.
The Bishop Trust Company,
BECJ to announce that on January 1st, 1910, they will
open a Ladles Department In connection with
their TrtiBt business, vvhero Indict, desirous of Bav
lng money, or with property Interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond and receive advice as to
opening a bank account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buvlng real estate stocks or bonds, or Investing In
any other class of security. Under the Laws of the Ter
ritory' a woman can hold property In her own rlgt.t.
The lllshop Trust Company feel thnt they havo been
fortunate In securing for this Depirtment the services of
Miss J. T, Muelntyre, who Is well known In tho business
community of Honolulu as tho manager for eight years
past of lllshop & Company's Savings IJatik. Miss Macln
tyre will linVe nn oltlco In tho Lllshop Trust Company's
Ilulldlng on Dethel Street, vvhero sho will he found dally
from 9 to 12, after the 1st of January,
All accounts nnd. transactions strictly confidential.
COURSE OF LECTURES
AT OAHU COLLEGE
A new Scntm is of tlivoil. nt O.ihu
College this )cai Is a scrlee ot ml
dresses to he iltllvucd to tlio school
upon subjects 'lclnlul (o hooks, llhrl
lies and rending. It Is tho desire ot
the trustees that the library exp.ui
Its Influence to keep pneo with tho
liicrense of icbomces which It Is en
Joking. The com so of talks mention
id (s n part of this plan. Tho first
address will be devoted to tho his
tory of the book, nnd will ho given
b tho llbrailnn on Tuesday moinlng
November 2 nt 8:2".
Tho addition of a catnlngucr to tho
staff at Cooke l.lbnirj has made It
I'nttfdliln til hnvtrn tlm unrk ri f up.
..n,, ln I !,... rn. ilfn.liK l.i tiMiif.na.l '
ratlsfactorll)', and tho nntcrl.il In thu
cnllccttvu is becoming moio and more
I'Vallablo. While tho library alms
irimarlly to meet tho ilem inds of tlio
Lchool Its shelves aiu open to tho pub
lie gencinlly. A laro number of bor-,
rowers, other than thosu living upouj
tho college campus, havo already been
entollcd. Blank to bo used In making
application for tho privileges of Cooke
Library may bo i cured tit tho lib
larj or nt tho college olllco.
NEW STEAM LAUNDRY
OPEN FOR DUSINES3
Tho Amrilcin Stian laundry, und
er tho nuiii.ijor.icnl of W. D. Meintlrc,
will open for haziness this moinlng '
This laundry Is local id at I.llliia and
Vineyard streets nnd will enrry on a
laundry business In all Its branches.
Cleanliness and pel feet Kanltntioii will
bo one'or tho leadln? factors in this
establishment, artesian water only be
ing used lu Hathlngaud tho biilKlliu
Is so constructed with concrete Poors
throughout, that tho entire plint nm
bo flushid out at will. Tho manager,
.Mr. W. 11. Mclntjio, needs no Introduc
tion to Honolulu Ijiiudiy patrons, hav
ing been twent) jears in tho-business
from Denver to tho Coast, tho last
eight j ears having served with ,tbe
Sniiltnry Steam and Alexander Young
Hotel laundries. Laundry will be
called fd"r nnd dcltveted or may be
left nt tho city ofllto In tlio Mnsonlc
" AKONA TO BOOK.
Lizzie, tho wlfo nnd help-meet of
rpo Paul Akona, hi might her spotisa
to btKik upon tho allocation that ho
had shamefully used her lu tho cuno
of n family ulteicntlon. Judgo An
drndo was appealed to as n peacemak
or. Akona was arraigned uiidei tho
charge of assault and bntttry. He
pleaded guilty to having cmplojeif
fcrca in maintaining hla position as
head of tho Akona household and ho
was ussessed a duo of ?10 and costs.
Till: T, K. K. MANCIIU MAUU Is
expictcd to tall for Japan pints and
Hongkong tomoirovr. Tho vciisel his
been dlsfhniglng t fihlpniciit of nl
trntes umoiinthig to eighteen huudiod
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool, niosqulto-pioof looms, with or
without bnnid, for single paitj or
conplo. 732 Klnuu, near Alapal.
Among all the improved qarmenti for the
babies f introduced by the manufacturers of "Arnold"
goods, 'there isn't one that has greater influence
for the babies' (rood health and comfort than "tin
"Arnold" Knrt 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
bo applied to the baby so that it will be uncomfortable.
" ' P or- '
ii i !arW i
1 1 - j.
Furniture, Floor and
vvooaworK, iook line
ANYBODY CAN APPLY IT.
Removes all scratches and other
marks of wear and tear and
gives new life and lustre to
cnythlng made of wood.
For New or Old Floors
It Is tho best Finish on the
Mado In 8 colors and Clear to
match all kinds of woods.
FOR SALE BY
J THE0. H. TJAVIES & CO.,
The correct visiting card
should be printed from a cop
per plate and on the finest
let us show you sample of
our copper plate work our
engravers aro artists .and wa
pay close attention to the ex
ecution of every order.
it F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd., '
fiumbno Furniture Ka'de to Order.
Jicture Frandne a" Specialty. 'U
SOS S, BERETANIA 61.
W. 0. CHALMERS '
Qcneial Contractor and Builder,
Tree of Charge.
Room 11, Kapiolani Building,
Honolulu, T. H. r
1S5 cdltorhl rooms 250 bul
ncss office. These are the telephons
numbers of the Dulletln offlca.
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