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nVHNINO nUM-ETIN, tlONOMItiU, T. It., MONDAY, JAN. 3; 1310.
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A1LY aid WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
At 120 Kin Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
ally every day except Sunday, Weekly inned on Tuesday of Mok wetk.
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Tl J Editorial Rooms, - 185
A young man who combines per-
( tonal ayreeablcness with the ability
, to do things is apt to find that
things come his way. W. J.
Delegato Kuhlo was probably mis
, citioltil when talking ot his Kau
If tho Ciovcrnor and tho Delegate
Hill together oor)boily ought to bo
I'hlc to get In lino.
Tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 ii wag right. Tho
- ,............. -...... ..nlll..l.. I.. ttnt
miiiviiiiu iinrui IB iuiiiivij in I'll..,
'll'ni hcic because I'm hero."
K Seismic oxpetts will klmtly enn
,'.t,lniio tho good work of Jan. 1, 1910,
JJiy Keeping the earthquake tremors
woll removed from Hawaii.
If signs have any value It would
; appear that tho American Kedcia
tlon of Labor Is planning Its great
content, with the Steel Trust at a
-period when u Supreme Court de
cision )iosslbly confirming lha ecu
' tenco of Labor Lenders' Gompers and
Mitchell to jail will stir the auger
of laboring men as never before.
Charles W. Morse, tho banker, de
1 dared wmo tlmo ago that ho epitom
ized tho panic of 1907. In other
'words he nail been inaito the "goal"
pniiil was pajlng tho penalty for other
people's sins. There Is probably
jniicli truth. In tho assertion that tho
'prisons would have a largo nnd most
nilslocratlc population If the repre
sentatives of tho law gathered In an
.the Wall street' bankern who did and
liave been doing that fon vy'liic-h
Morse was convicted.
if Tour days were required for tho
organ that pictured Governor Frcar
ns "a law breaker" to discover that
tho public louhln't understand tho
joke. Thciefofe on the fourth day
tt""hastens to Btato" that any lofcr
tnces niado to tho Covernor "as a
law-breaker wcro Intended In a
puroly facetious way." This last
Is Indeed a Joke. It reminds 'J ou
3f tho man who while pausing tho
Ifouso of n supposed friend Is dcto
f'atod with n pall of slops thrown
fjom ah upper window. Four days
ifter, tho friends meet nnd tho slop
ijor "explains" to tho sloppce, ''That
was facetiously Intended; ovoryhody
fiTbwH jou'ro no slop bucket. Haw,
Saw. haw! Ho hoi Ho haw! Haw
Whereupon tho victim 'asks
rpbo delivered from frlonds
luch a lino henso of humor.
William Randolph Hearst has fre
quently been charged with not know
ng" anything. Perhaps this Is true,
fuj; tho following from his recent
'peech mado nt a banquet to tele
jra'to his part In Ifrlngliig about tho
jownfall ot Tammany Hall Is worth
d"l am. Independent In politics bo
SiiifcO, I.'ththk miiro of my political
rlnvlctlon than I do of any party or
Uinizntlon.,, 1 am a devout believer
i tho Democracy of Jofforson, and
)r Unit reason I cannot In conscience
,erong in the present Democratic
Arty. I am nn ardent ndvocato ot
(Q ltepubllcanlsm of Lincoln, nnd
jr vthat reason I cannot belong to
iu im-nuiii ucpuuiican party. po-
ncai parties nro no longer tho out-
owins or sentiment and principle.
ley nave tomo under tho practical
ifinflnl Mnlhmln . ,1... .i... ..., ..
......v.... tiiitnutia ,,t mu iijijr nun uj0
bvv stocked and bonded by political
Jiders and underwriters In Wall
tact or ut No. si; Ilroadway. The
Epjibflcan party Is the party of
iviicro ami iiign protection, nnd
orates with Ita bonollclarles on a
ont sharing basis, it has what Is
own 'as a gentleman's agreement
tiiMho trusts. Under this agrec
int, the party. Is let in on tho
mjntl floor and tho trusts nro lot In
uukii inu uacic uoor. Tho Dent
fratlc party Is criuallv niprcennrv.
Wl? KUtcossfiil. n has, wasfed
wiiiiiii Democratic capita In wild-
B peculation, and It s imw In llin
m or political ictelvers. It Is'
iik; icurcunizeii in- tiiTiinfTAMrnr
"!!! loapoiiBiuio for Its work.
iSnecillcss to say, It Is being re
riintci In tho Iiilereslii or (ho dl-
lorgjana not In tho Intereatvcf
TSnehnIi r " .....aitJ
Wr SIji Montna 0 .no
Per Vear, anjrwheteinU.S I.cmi
Pel Year anr-thtrc n Canada., I. Bo
Per Year loMpalil, loieign 3tu
Entered at the Potitofticc at Honolulu
u second-clati trull er.
JANUARY 3. 1010
THE MIDSHIPMAN ORDER.
"All tho world loves a lover," and
consequently all Honolulu will sm-
pnthlzo with Mldslilpman Austin,
who appears to have fallen a victim
of tho Hoosevoltlau order that no
midshipman shall marry.
Tho order was originally mado on
tho1 arbitrary assumption that n
midshipman of the U. S. navy docs
not enjoy sufficient income to sup
port n wife, without taking Into
consideration whether tho yoiing
man and his brldo might not bo wll
ling to eliminate society demands
end live within their Income, or tho
possibility that the oung pcoplo
might have other source of Income
tnnn tho salary pittance ot the Uov
Marriago Is no misdemeanor, nnd
wu bcllcvo that If President Itooso-
olt, who inado tho order against
tho marriago of midshipmen, wcro
put In a position whoro a rule stood
between him and his betrothed, ho
would slash ,through the red tapo
r.nd get married., t
DR. COOK'S Si.
Any existing doubts ns to Dr.
Cook's status Iu tho sclentlllc world
completely dispelled from tho
.. ..id of oiio who reads tho report.
irado by his Copenhagen friends
after passing on tho "explorer's"
The final brand Is put upon Dr.
Cook by Khud Hasmusson, who was
ono of Mid first to' support Cook's
claims', and turned frpm him only
when furnished with the" most con
vlnclug proof ot tho fraud passed
out to tho people. Hasmusscn Is
nuoted In the dispatches ns follows:
','Thc university would not call ml
nt first because I was ono of Dr.
Cook's strongest supporters. Later,
however, I was Invited to tho Inves
tigation, nnd when I saw tho obser
vations I realized it was a scandal.
''My' confulenco In Dr. Cook has
bech based on personal Impressions,
on rejiorts that 1 had recelcd, and
also on the testimony of tho Hskl
lnos, 'whcli they nil said that ho
made Vhe trip from Capo Sparbo to
i:tah, nnd such u trip, In tho dead
of w'intcr, would sufllco to makq a
man famous. Hut tho papers which
Cook"sent to Copenhagen University
aro' most Impudent. Any schoolboy
Loul'd make stall calculations. It is
p most childish attempt at ihcatlng.
Cook has killed himself liy his own
Commodoro Hovganrd, cxploror,
(.aid: Although It has not bcon
proved' that Cook did not reach the
Pole. I can only regard Cook as an
WHERE LICENSE" FAILED.
Woircstcr. Mass., onto heralded
as tho "largest uo-llcenso city In tho
world,'" has had Its experience with
prohibition theories, nn.i nt llm r.
cont tlcctton, when tho liquor ques
tion was again submitted to tho peo
ple, voted for return In "llpi-tiuf. "
Tho reason for this waa that tho
metnods of tho Prohibitionists had
ueen given a fair trial and found
Wnrpolifllp ilnplilnil l.t. I1, l.nll.x.
..-..v.. ..vu.uu, VJ ma uuiiui,
ugalnst tho licensed saloon: nt' Its
election a year ago. Tho" problem
of llccnso or no-llccnso came up
again, and there wns nnni-f-otln wni-v
by both tho Prohibitionists nnd tho
wets." Tho "wets" won by
Up to' tho moment that tho votes
wero counted, even tho' most ardent
ndvocates of llccusn wero In ilnnlil
about the result of tho olectlon. The
. iiua gono "iiry" ny n compara
tively small ninrr-ln In llm .,,...,.i,,
olectlon. and nt the best, the 'license'
ui.iui-mvx nopen mat tliOy 'might win
IIIO IjattlO hv fl slmllnrlv umnll n,n.
I'Joilty- ot votes, Hut the polley of
granting licences carried by a sur
prisingly argo miiiEln.
Oddly enough, Muyor James "Logan,
laudldalo for ra-olcctliiti.'wni. ii.m.
ously opposed to thu llceiibo pliin, jet
-he-was elected over his opponent by
n big majority. ' ' -
.IhO rCOOrts nf flin mnUI ..
tho Inlerestlng Informatldn that
; spoii-oinmng" had Httlo to do with
the result of the election, It" is In-
Cash or easy terms, will buy a
nice little home of 5 rooms, 2 bed
rooms, in Knimuki, 3 minutes' walk
from car line, with 1.6G acres of
Ground, with all kinds of bearing
fruit trees nnd fine lawn. This
ulace'is a bargain. Let us show you.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
tlmnted that tho voters had finally
decided the matter for themselves,
and they had seen, In tho preceding
yerir'a experiment, n condition of af
fairs not to bo tolerated.
The "dive" had sprung into being
under the no-llcenso administration,
and evils to which tho city was nn
tecustomed crept Into hidden places.
Tho voters of Woiccstcr evidently
weighed tho uncontrolled dlvo
against the public dramshop, and
acted upon the result of their con
victions. They do not appear to
have been sentimentalists to any ex
tent. Springfield, Mass., ono of tho
cleanest and prettiest cities of Mas
sachusetts, Is also on tho "no
llccnso" list wltlt a regularity born
of careful study of how to best han
dle tho liquor tralllc. -
It Is Important to note that one of
the means adopted by these cities to
purify tho saloon Is to enforce n reg
ulation making all bars ope'n to tho
full view of tho street. Thus tho
saloon, whllo preventing the low,
Illicit illo. Is checked by the pub
licity of Its liiHlnons from descend
ing to tho level of the legalized dive.
WHAT KUHI0 SAID
IN SAN FRANCISCO
.. 'Continued from ?an 'tj
Show whero and when I havo'niado
you any promise about the lands,'
and though they tried to Justify
their statements, they did not suc
ceed. Then they said to me, 'Any
way, If j ou did not promise It to
us, Governor Krear' did promise It,
nnd It was then I said to my people:
"'If Governor Krear has promised
you that these lands that aro now
unproductive would bo given over to
your use, and has not kept his prom
ise, then certainly ho lias lied to
"Hvon this much wns not advised
ly said, for afterward .when I had
on Interview with ACtinc Governor i
Mott-Snilth, I learned that tho In-
furtiinl Intl ivlilMi nit fwin.il.i l.n.l .l..n. '
u..i.Mtu(. .....V,l It,,, II-UMIJ lltlll f)lVll
mo was not wholly correct, nnd thht
whllo tho lands hud been surveyed
no announcement was given to tho
public. There Is hnd should he no
quarrel between tho Governor and
ui) self, unci when I learned ot my
error I promptly said so. Kveryhody
In tho hlnuds knows that I entered
Real Estate for Sale
Well, wc have sold our College
Hills bargain advertised last week.
Our bargains seem to take.
Here are a few more:
Two builuini; lots in Manoa,;
$2,'000 and $050 respectively. Good
soil, good elevation and 'price and
At, Kaimuki and Twcjftlv Avenue -we
have four (4) of the best lots
left. This is i the locality that has
an unrivaled view of Honolulu Har
bor and the Waianae Mountains,
and where the best residences in
the tract have been built. The.se
lots ,a.rs cleared nnd improved. A
uargnin at $3,800.
Fort and Merchant Streetr.
Save money by using the
Offico open Sunday mornings
from 8 to 10.
lotltlcs nt a personal BacrlMco to my
tclf, and that I do not want tho.ot
llce except a It affords mo oppor
tunity to do something for my peo
ple. ,1 went Into politics to got lid
of Wilcox, which I did, nnd now 1
am going to stay in politics to get
lid of MiCandlcas, "who Is a very
wealthy man and wants to ,go to
Congress in my stead.
"Tho oilier stories that aio tele
graphed from Honolulu nro not true.
Theie will bo no now party In Ha
waii. There Is no need for ono.
Therefore, talk of another organiza
tion is futile nnd foolish. It Is
prompted by those who aro Hawa
iian haters and who think they see
opportunities, for their own aggran
dizement. 1 hnvo aRvays been a He
publican and I always will bo one,
nnd newspaper stories to tho effect
ihat I will head' n party composed of
tho natives is nonsensical."
Tho Prlnco described an atmos
pheric parabola with" lils gold-hcadcil
walking Btlck by way of cestui c and
cmphnsls, continuing: ,
.'I ,do jioL djny tli.-c.t-1 believe that
such land laws as wo havo should be
applied to 6ur situation In the Is
lands to tho end that the small farm
er may conio into his own. .Thirty
years ago many Portuguese farmers
wero there, nnd what havo they
done? Nothing. Why? No lands
for them to cultivate. Certainly, if
n.ninn born to tlllago ot tho soil can
not make the earth fruitful In Ha
waii no ono elso can. Tho piantets
have most or tho land under lease
for their largo plantations, and this
tliould he changed to'glvo tho small
farmer a chance. y. was In this
connection that the nowspapors of
Honolulu, which do not llko me. ills-
torled another statement of mluo In
regard to Gov, Troar. I did not say
that tho planters could get every
thing from him nnd .the pooplo could
cot nothing, hut! did, Bay that when
the Jeascs expired ho permitted them
to ho renowed Instead of kcclng to It
that tho people of Hawaii wero af
forded opportunity , to Bottle upon
limit 1iJrlmZL .? ' 4
is uiuro nnyining wrong iu
c C1 Australian Butter ;ii (
For Sac i
VI UUIV IS uextER THAN THE OTHER. KEEPS FIRM , ; '
,,,,. LONGER AND HAS A PERFECT FREEDOM FROM ,
Four fine lots in the best
! STRONG TASTE OR ODORS, ; ! , "
district in ' ' !
! THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED, )
KAIMUKI ! , i;
These lots are a bargain Metropolitan Market
.HiRhandsiBhtly. ' i W. F. Heilbron, Prop. Phone 222. ;
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd. ihhbimhh
BETHEL STREET V r A
Look Out For Ants
' ' AFTER THE RAIN. IT'S THE TIME THEY GET INTO
THE REFRIGERATOR AND THE PANTRY. "BLACK j
, MARIA" IS A GOOD THING TO DRIVE THEM FROM
S 'Vf. THE HOUSE. SOLD ONLY BY US. ..
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
that which should causo tho news
papers there to try to discredit mo
and put false words into my
A Jowcled finger swept tho nlr in
tlio acerbity of protest, but did not
Interrupt the How of words.
"A uintlvh from Honolulu ap
pearing' In otic or tho morning pj
pers did l the honor to say that I
had heel. i In my pies-ejit posl-
lon hy .o Miters of Hawaii,
of ..lie. This Is true, but
I. i ..... native who raises tho
in ,al qucj .-n ; It Is the white man.
Willi a kait tno-thlrds of tho vot
Ihg , . atluu of tho Islands tho
Hawaliiius could at all times elect
ihelr own peoplo to tho Loglslntuie,
but they du not do It. True, tho
lower house is contiolled by tho na
If you've pictures to be framed, you will bo glad to
sec the assortment of mouldings recently arrived, '
As usual there is a wide choice of styles and woods,
and a good selection of ready-made square, round and oval
We liave the best facilities for framing pictures of
all sizes, from miniatures to. life 'size portraits.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co,
' ' L J . ,- r
Those "Arnold" Goods
Benson, Smith &Co., Ltd.
I FORT AND HOTEL STREETS ,t
tive voters, hut tho Senate Is In (he
hands of tho, white men, and the un
lives put them thcro.
"In tho Fourth dlstilct, which Is
nulhe mid Republican, they for the
most part vote n straight ticket, but
In tho Fifth district, which Is white
and supposed to he Republican, tho
votes nro always scratched. ThQ
white man cannot any moio get
along without tho native In Hnwall
than the native can do without thu
white mnn, nnd all talk to the con
trary Is twaddle. Harth has no
more glorious laud than tho ono of
my nativity, but Its progress Is re
tarded because our lanihi are not
open to settlement ami because of
transportation conditions. Wo can
buy vegetables In San 1'rnnclsco,
pay tho. ocean ,fi eight and land them
at our doom cheaper than wo can
transport them fiom tho. truck farms
that aro no mote than fifty, mllei
from .Honolulu. The liind""ls thcio
In abundance, tho meat fruitful Jn
tho wutld. What Is needed Is not
new political parlies, for tho old
ones' nro good enough, but somo sano
and Immediate plan that will allow
tho lands to ho cultivated under somo
form of homestead laws that -wilt nf
low tho poor of'tho Islnuds and thoso
who want to wotlc to become selr
Lustnlning. "As to the statement aent from
Honolulu that 1 have read myself
from the hour of his birth in Arnold
Knit Gcods nnd he will escape nianyi
of the unpleasant sicknesses which
'are the lot .of many babies.
Underwear and outerwear, the
Arnold Goods answer every need';'
they arc reasonably priced, too.
out of the Itepuhllcan pnrly, u
ran M'o for oiiuelf that I nm not
worrying a gieat deal," and his
laugh rang out over tho lobby Just,
perhaps, to accentuate the thought.
"As I havo once said, I am a Itepuh
llcan now. nnd will nlwnys bo ono!
but I um a delcgato In tho Congress
ot tho United States to represent the
welfaro of the people of Hawaii, nnd
I shall continue to do that to tho
very best of nij ability, no matter
what a Biunll coterie of white nows
paper publishers In the islands may
think about It. Permit me to leave
you by s.i)lng that while It Is true
that 'all that glitters is not gold,' It
ran ulsu bo said that what is pub
lished Is not always tho truth."
So It was that a Prlnco of tho
blood loyal denied that ho had called
n Goernoi a liar nnd denied that he
had been lead out of the Republican
party. ' ,
CUPIIl CAUSE OF-DISMISSAL
(Continued from Paze l) .
marriage ot my datightcr.aT'. Midship,
man Austin this feature was carefully
discussed and it uas drcUnl thut
thcro was nothing to prevent thu mar
riage, fo far as navy regulations wcro
concerned. Midshipman Austin bo- '
llovcd, that ho had tho soncitou of lil-t
captain Iu marnlng nnd tho r.iptalu
of tho South Dakota would havo been
present at tho ceremony hnd It not
been that he was unavoidably "de
"Wo lecilved a lellcr from Midship,
man Austin bv the last mall htatlng
that ho believed that tho Navy Depart
ment would not takp any action In bin
caso nnd that If his marriago was a
violation of the icgulatlons tho expla
nations that could bo presented would
bo ample for tho department."
Tho piohlbltloii'j of midshipmen mar
ry lug was enacted during thu pre.
dency of llonsovelt but It appeals Hint
It was never regularly posted on 'tho
South Dakota, tho vessel lo which Mid
shipman Austin has been attached.
The to-bo-uxpectcd falling oft Iu
storo shopping which usually hits a
city Just after the holidays lias failed
to inntcrlallzo In Honolulu, according
to tho largo number nf people seen
on tho streets and In thu stoics, iind
on Illuo Monday too.
We have recently opened up
a new line of Mission Style
Chafing Dishes with ebonized
handles and btands.
Artistic, harmonious and
rich in design.
Just the thing to keep your
house in readiness for chance
H. F. Wichmafi
& Co.. Ltd.,
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