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?A1,L. a,n,d WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Kinjc Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
,Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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Wallace R. Farrlngton, - . Bdltor
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God's best gift to us is nothincr
. -but opportunities Alice W. Rollins.
l'rnill tlir. roftlllta nti Q.m.ln, tin-
yf lioltilu can pioNlilo n pretty good
woicomo without much getting
All outside sugar-price forecasters
Know us nmc.li about It as tlio aver
age roreensters In Honolulu, nnd
mixbty llttlo more.
f Since Mr Huffum lias wiltlen his
experience, tlio Shriller Know what
the) maj uxpitt when the novitiates
w.ilk the hot lnvn of Kllaue.i.
Tlieio mo nil Kinds of good peo
ple on hoard the Cleveland, and tlio
good nurds spoken for Honolulu aro
r in nn oci whelming majority.
" Secretnrj Knox haB failed to suit
tlio Ideas nf quite n number of for
eign nations, and the next thing to
Dp learned Is whether he Is sntlsf)
ing the foll.s nt home c
' Preferential sugar" Is n new
form or expressing doubt that has
Come Into the sucar miirl.pt slnrn
!f Invisible supplies" passed out of ex
istence because no more remained.
1 That Outilgger stunt for the en-
tertulnmeiit of tlio tourist guests
Jieeds no better recommendation than
itho greit crowd of local noonlo It
J attracted. Onl the surf failed to do
Jls Hiinre, and oon Ford can't stir
up tlio waters of the earth to do his
Bj iii-iiiiuiiwins nnci democrats in
tciiifercnc.es to shapo the plans for
"the coming camiialgn will find onllo
, n largo clement that bollees In good
kui eminent, iiini in tiirtneranee of It
is qulto willing to net us runner
i .for both sides at tlio ' same time,
turning In favorable reports nt so
much per da)
Isn't It rcmarKablc that the Amer
ican Bhlpjnrds can outbid mid un
derbid all tlio nations of the earth
when It tomes to building; the blg-
KCSt WUrshtlm but tllPRP. mmn shflt.
ftr J'lrcls aro still unable to construct
U shin for the Amnrlpnn mprphnnl
lh jnarltio at nn) thing less than twice
-,- tnc nguio of the European jnrds
' Dr. Clarke's tour of the world to
learn ot what Christian Endeavor
Jias been doing nmong other nations
had u fitting end In tlio splendid
Welcome -that llnwilll ntTprpil nhnn
: y the Father ot Christian Endeavor
again landed on American soil. This
' clt) comes as near to representing
nil nations of tho earth'ns any mu
nicipality of Its slio en n. ,
Country correspondents nrp again
. reminded that ail) thing Intended for
publication In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
iVM.imist be accomnanted bv the nunin of
13. tho writer. This paper must Know
V1- hiiw is mimuriiy itir wiiui is seiic. 111,
i' though tho uamo will not bo pub
., llshed. News Items have recently
TVineen received from Keanae, Maul,
ii s.. . , ...... ......
, nun coiiici uuc uo puuusneu uccauso
, there was nothing to Indicate who
' was responsible for them.
;At n n "at home" n )oung man
rnmn. 111 nil.! mnitn lila wiiv in IIia
thMRtflKil. PTPPtlno- lint- ntl.l nnnlnfrlln,-
1 f for his lateness. ,
j, "Awfuly glad to see jou, Mr.
lllmik," Mild tho hostess. "So good
of jou to come. Hut where Isvour
h ' urjithorr
, J I mn commissioned to tender his
nrggretY Von bee, wo nro so busy
' Inst now uti IriRMnl tin to ftpn ulilf h
l$ mLuM come."
f"Hovv nice! Such nn original
"Idea! And von won?"
ft p'No." said tho )oung man, absent
Pinlndedly, "I lost."
BV. - .
r.. fljA senator was bpeuuing tlio even
ing with a frlfim in Selnia, .Mu.,
w"hcii a dreadful scratching noise
dune, fiom tho direction of the kit-
, 5"Mnrt!ia." called the host to the
rrnnk. "what Is thill Kernlelilnir nnho?
?jIstho do? trjlng to get In?" ,
sf"Huh!" said Martha, "no in-
'U'BBKLV BULLBTIN '
Per Si& Monta a .Ho
Pet Yer, inrwhtie In US I.oo
Pei Year tnjmhere n Cin.da., I. no
Per Yen poitiuld, lottiro. ...... a.oo
lottrcd at the Pottoffice at Howl u I a
m wcond-cHst matter.
.JANUARY 24. 1910
OUR TOURIST GUESTS.
Judging from the comments made
b the average run or the guests or
.the clt) arriving b the steamship
I Cleveland, Honolulu has upheld Its
population for I'aradlsc effects in
Coinpetltlon with other favored spots
oi cue carin ,mi u is ver) gratl
Pnssongc-s on the Cleveland, nftcr
a trip mound tho world, can not
fall to bo more or less surfeited with
sightseeing, nlnl It must be some
thing out of the ordinary that will
sllr them to enthusiasm during tho
last wcekB of their very pleasant
Journey that has included all the
show plarcs of the tourist routes of
Fortunately, our weather has re
covered from Its recent fits ot un
pleasantness, mid with tho ono ex
ception of a beach surf that did not
lun on schedule, ever) thing has com
bined to make their Impressions of
tho clt) such that their stn hero
will remain one of tho particularly
notable events of the whole Journey.
Homo ot the things Honolulu of
fers or falls to offer will be a source
of criticism from some ot tho visitors,
but If these critics wero satisfied
there would be others now satisfied
who would turn critics.
In other words. It Is Impossible to
rh-olutcly please evenone In a party
o seven hundred people picked from
all parts ot the United States.
We merely venture the assertion
tl.at Honolulu In all Its phases has
met tho approval of a larger number
than has any other single city that
has been visited during the whole
Tho same equable climate is a
permanent asset of the Islands. Tho
character of the welcome hag also
come to be Invlolnblj associated with
the town. The scenery Improves on
acquaintance. All the good things
will remain for those wishing to re
turn for a further stay In Hawaii,
or those friends of tho travelers who
will follow tho roads that lead to
the "crossroads of tho Pacific."
WALL STREETVAND T4FT.
This, harmoii) of State luws.dls-.
cussed nt Mia meeting ot t)itrt G'ov
cniois In Washington tho other (las
seenis'to ho tho outcoirie of n move
ment to prevent tho enactment ot
too mail) troublesomo Federal laws
for hedging the torpoiatlons engag
ing In Interstate commerce.
This Is suggested b the tono of
tho latest Henry Clows banking cir
cular that refers to Taft's plans ror
dealing with the Interstate business
and urges harmony In Stato legisla
tion as against "cumbersome" Fed
eral ')avvs. , financial men do not ap
pear to bo wholly pleased with the
outlook, though they do not know
Just what to expect.
On tho matter ot tho President's
attitude, Clows said previous, to tho
appearance or tho President's mes
sage:: "Ho Is understood to favor
a more effective control over rail
road rates, to oppose tho purchase
of railroad Block by competing
lines, to favor pooling, and to ad
vise tho regulation of now socurlty
Issues In ordor to prevent overlssuo;
also u number of minor proposals 'of
deedy! Dat's no Uawg a-scrntchln'
do do'. Dat's do cook n-wrltln' a
love Icttah to her lionosucKlo!"
A resident of Chicago ono day
went to tho offlpo of the Commission
er of Public Works and gave tlio fol
lowing complaint: J-
"Me name's Pat Murphy; I live on
DIversoy street on tho South Side; I
keep chickens in tho basoment; tho
wnterplpe busied nnd drowned thlm
all. What'll )0 do ubout It?"
Tho commissioner said: "do across
to the offlco ot the Superintendent
of Waterworks, he will attend to
Pat sturted off to seo the supei
Intendent, but boon came bacl to
the commissioner with his saino com
plaint, - "I Jolcl )ou to go to tho superin
tendent." "I did." wild Put.
"What did ho Eay?"
"He Bald I should Keep ducks."
EVENING- BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. If., MONDAY, JAN. 21, 1910.
more or less merit, Including a Com
mcrco Court and a Federal Incorpor
ation Inw. In the main, tho obJcctH
of President Tnft aro meritorious,
nnd would do no Injury to properly
conducted railroad and Industrial en
terprises. The most serious objec
tion to his proposals is the tendency
towards excessive concentration ni
I power In the Federal tlovcTnment,
since unquestionably many of tho
objects for which ho nlnis would bo
better accomplished by means of
well devised und uniform Btnto laws
thnn by adding to an nil cad) cum
berous national Government inn-.
Hut whatever the President may
do. Wall Street feels confident that
Congress vvlll'tnlk n great deal nnd
refrain from becoming In mi) way
dangerous by reason of nny action It
mny take. On the general situation
the Clews circular delivers Itself In
the following Interesting manner'
"General business though active
shows the temporary lull usual at
this sctason. There Is a general be
lief that the coming )car will wit
ness a large volifmo ot business; but
conditions are perplexing, costs of
doing business nro steadily increas
ing, labor agitations nro unsettling
and the outlook while upon the
whole 'encouraging Is, not free from
snares. Our speculative leaders nro
not very active. They seem to rcc-
ognlzo that Wall Street has ery
liberally discounted nil the 'prosper
ity' In sight. They nro somewhat
uneasy regarding 'President Taft's
enforcement of tho Roosevelt poli
cies, nnd seem disposed to wnlt
until tho attitude, of Congress Is
more clearly understood. The "prob
ability is that tho national legisla
ture will talk much and do llttlo.
but tho talk may bo unsettling) nnd
until this Is over confidence will not
bo fully restored. As for President
Tnft, ho Is not likely to recommend
any radical or disturbing legislation
unless he departs from his well
known beliefs, which Is Improbable.
Ilrio.fly, the situation Is ono 'thnt
warrants n confident undertone,' hut
considerable caution and discrimina
tion from day to day,"
CAPTAIN'S VIEWS OF HONOLULU.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
mind the free-for-all nlr whlch'per-
vacics cither Port Said or Suez, tho
famous but rather wicked Canal
ports. The gny life or the iridlnn
cities such ns Calcutta and ilombny
were doubtless brought Into pain
ful comparison when ho sped around
Honolulu seeking recreation and con
genial fellowship. Tho reception ac
corded tho party at Colombo, on the
Bplce-laden Isle of Colon; the gay
whirl of life found oven on a Sun
day at the Raffles and Hotel de Hu-
ropo at Singapore, were no doubt
uppermost In tho mind ot tho sklppor
as well as his officers and men ns they
tramped the Honolulu streets In
search of cheering refreshment.
Manila, mi American outpost in
the Fur East, was visited by the
Cleveland party on a Sunday. Ma
nila Is extremely continental in the
observance of its Sabbath, Theaters
vied with each other to add to tho
Joyousness of the advent ot the Clarlc
tourists, and the officers of tho Gor
man ship. The many hotel bars nnd
cares were open to all, while In tho
suburban districts n score of giddy
show places and cafes and dunce
halls bid for tho patroiingo of tno
Captain Dcmpwolt's strletmcs
upon Honolulu should be considered
onl) In the light of ono who has
been accustomed to u broad-gadge
observance of Sunday.
Tho German skipper has no com
plaint to offer concerning tho treat
ment accorded him and his 'officers
or men by tho local promotion in-
Real Estate for Sale
A bargain at KalmuUbon i:iccnth
Lots In Kalmukl Park Tract, VfOO
each, on easy payments. Three
acres, cleared and fenced, In tho Kill
inulcl Tract, for $2600, Acrcago
property In Palolo Va)loy,
Thcso nro n few of tho opportuni
ties wo have to offer for Investment
in real estate.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN NO. I
HOMES FOR SALE
Five-room house, 2 bedrooms,
modern, inrgo )ard, on King
street. Price $21.00
Six-room house, 3 bedrooms,
near Pnwan, S minutes from
Punnhou; lot COxllO. Price
Six-room house In Mnklkl dis
trict, modem; small lot; cen
trally situated. Prlco..$2750
Other homes at from $2000
If you want to use the
on Sunday, you vfill find the office
open frtm eight until ten a. m.
terests. Ills plaint lies simply in
tho fact that he and bis men failed
to find the samo lines of recreation
as wero met with In tho other ports
of call made by the good ship Cleve
land during her one hundred da)s
tour of tho world.
When told this morning thnt ho
would find conditions nt San Fran
cisco all to tho merry, a pleased ex
pression mantled tho expansive fea
tures ot the genial German captnin,
nnd he expressed tho hopo that thoy,
would soon arrive there.
CLEVELAND TO SAIL
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
(Continued From Page 1.)
Tills would, therefore, obvlato the
necessity of tho Cleveland changing
her Itinerary and cutting out San
rranclsco and proceeding to Vancouv
er or Victoria, B. C.
That tho matter or transferring tho
passengers whllo out sUIq tho three
mile limit has received much consid
eration on board tho Cleveland Is
borno out by tho animated llttlo
groups of German officers who through
out tho day dtccusscd tho feasibility
ot n scheme which would avoid the
ponalt) for violation of tho coastwise
While no ono In authority will ad
mit that tho plan may bo tried It la
believed that 11 has been bcrlously
The Sheep and the Gosti.
One or tho amusing sldcl'i;lits at
tending tho nnlvnl ot tho Cleveland
pmt) was tho combination or Chris
tian Kmleavoi vvoikrs and a delega
tion of i:iks who shared thp crimped
quarters on n llttlo gasoline liuncb.
during tho greater part or u long and
tiresome wait whllo tho local quaran
tine ofllclala endeavored to look Into
tho health of tlin six hundred nn.t
fifty passengers aboard tho big liner.
Tho Christian Endeavor party had
boon assigned cuo ot tho Ymmg Uroth-e-rs'
launches. Local nikdom, ro
splerdant In )ellojv and pnrplo lels
nnd beaming with good cheer lert I'.o
foot.or Fort Miect In the e-irly morn
ing In n laSser vessel. Their craft
carried u Joll) band who mndo merr)
as only tho autlcred herd can.
Tranqulllt) aim calm s6ttlcd over
the little band of earnest Christian
workers who steamed out lo greet the
Clarke party on tho Hamburg-Amerl-can
llnpr. All went well ror n lmo,
Fort and Merchant Street 3?Ht it r "' ,
HOUSES TO LET
Thurston Ave., 4 II. It. .
tleretnnla Ave, 6 11. It.
In City, 3 II It ,$40
Wahlawa, 2 II. It $20
Kalmukl, 3 1). It.
Wnlklkl Ilcach, 4 II. It...5
Kalmukl, 3 II. It $fj0
Lunalllo St., fl 11.11.... $100
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Wilder and Alexander Sts., 6 ,
rooms . $35Q0
Lanahuli Drive, Manoa Valley,
u rooms j.$4ouo
College St.. 7-room house with
3-room cottage in rear... .$5300
Artesian St., nice lot and small
Pensaeola and Wilder Ave., 6 v
rooms . '. $3500
Four lots in Block No. 42Kai
Two lets in Block No. 20, Eai- ,
muKi $ 809
Two lots in .Block No. 30, Kai
muki, at your own ftgue.
Beautiful lot in Manoa Val
Sec Us For These and Other Bargains
BISHOP TRUST COMPANY,
Bethel Street. .
until It wan round thtA tho launch
which had been occupied 'oy the ha
py and hlarlous bunch or Elks' would
have to return lo shore. There Was
nothing else to do but transfer tho
local Elks to another craft, and Iho
llttlo vessel with its devout aniT re
ligious passengers wus tlitrefoie call
ed and pressed Into servlc.
Tho translei was witnessed by not
n row pern ns fiom Iwo othe launches
who appeiiio "s greatly amused over
tho com'' '"ti of grace end gay.
Tlu I .orers 'kept to Iho up
per portion of tho gasoline vessel,
while tho Elks remained below. The
fun was apparent when Iho launch
swung aidind the Cleveland and jomo
happy and caro-freo Alck Horn the
Cleveland would lean nv,-r tho i.i'l
and call to his antlerml bret'iron i..
tho launch. "Oh, )On Christian Endeav-
orues," wnilo another would shout,
"Hello, mil! Whero's Iho meeting go
ing to bo hold?"
Tho Elks on board the launch bided
their tlmo, hut Judging from tho,
sounds of revelry which cmanantod
from tho King Blreet headquarters
soon afteivv arils, they evened tho scoro
with their visiting brethren. Tho En.
cleavorlteo plijed the gamo, sat still,
sang gospel songs and discussed topics
i ml called forth grcetli.tw nl jus lev.
orcntal linos, whllo a few palcPtrlbuto
mal do mcr.
CLEVELAND WILL MAINTAIN
Tlicro Is n woll equipped ono kilo
watt wireless apparatus on board the
Hamburg Ameilcau 'liner Cleveland,
Which tho ODOintnr ilortnrna la n..nl.t
of maintaining constant communlcn-
nun wiui ciiiier me Knliuku or tho
San Francisco stations during tho en
tire tlmo consumed on tho vo)ugo from
Honolulu to tho mainland
Tho wireless ropni or tho Cleveland
Is situated nt (bo forward and, upper
part of (he urent vixmr I ! ...,-,.
or tho operator Is a hive or industry
"""" "" vujugo. operator Carl
Hoffmann is authority for tho stato
mont Hint ho notes u murked differ-
Cncn between tlin nimn.hA.i. .,
tlona prevailing on tho Pnclflo to that
wmuu wi, , Alumni: wuicn nro much
In favor or tho western ocean. Ho
states that vvhlln ilw. nini,,i,.,, i
less practically reaches a distance of
n i iiunureu inuos whllo the vessel
has been engaged In the Atlantic
trailO. tllP WlrPlAHU mmn,nli.n HnH ,
luto communication with tho Pacific
Btouuiia nir u. instance or mtecn hun
dred tq two thousand mllos. Tho
Cleveland wlrelesa n ill en n, u. ..,.
ca for man) visitors )cstciday.
CHILDREN'8 PLAY GROUND j .
w., uiLnmun I'LCVbLAINU
On the upper deck or boat deck of
tho Hamburg American llnor Clove
land Is a I)ttlo section set apart for
the Iltnu Chlllllnn Inln.lA.I In l. ...
, ,, - k'""v'i mi inw uuny
traveling nioand ho world, in this
cnclosuie Is located soveia! swings, n
nlnrrv im n I ...... -.. -
..,."' """ " nquaro lined
Willi rlnnii stin. 1 n-i... ,i.,i -... .
-- -in. tii" iilllu IU1K WHO
aio making tlio ttfeiTt) four thousand
i.iiiu ii)ko uy tno Cleveland also
have their rcgulai study hours. A
rvcw ork sinin i ..,n, ,..,,.,, i..
clurgo of tho instruction Imparted to
Ihe'i. niuchl).(fnvcpd h6ieruls F-ach
UO) fIVC Rllluliv nn.l n-, ,,,,!, .r.
- ' !, i.riiiiiuu, uiier
fnT 't'n,11'"0 P10 aroasiernHcd
In the children's room and for amoral
hours they go through a regular course
of Instruction In all tho elementary as
well as tho higher branches.
Tho Cleveland children will not fall
behind in their studies as Ihey nrcf
specially trained In all lines ami It Is
anticipated that they wilt without dif
ficulty Join tholr classes upon arrival
ot their homes In the United States
TWO DEATHS ON
Out of six hundred and fifty six cab
In pissengcrs and a list of officers nnd
crew numcrliig 4SC persons, theio oc
curred but two deaths on Iho ono hun
dred dn)s' n)ngo. according to a rec
ord maintained by tho purser of tho
Hamburg-Ami-, lea liner Cleveland.
Thp p.vty sailed from New York on
Dpwilinr Id nn.l llt fl--, ., .,. ,u
... . .,., n.u Jllol ueillll 111 a
company or over oleven hundred souls
occurred near Naples, Italy, when n
iiiuiiiucr oi uio crow wns taken down
with nn Intestinal trouble and died
Ho was burled at sea.
As tho vessel was leaving Kobe, Ja
pan, on tho 'asl leg of the cruise a
passenger by tho nnmo of Dr. Don
Wnirironpi. frnm TlllnnU ,nn , ...
be seriously afflicted with cancer and
ne toon cueci. ins remains aro now
In transit to his home and the coffin
Is n crcwsnme ttrm In Hi,, .t.
ment of supplies and bnggago carried
ijf ino Vrfievuianu.
A. I,. rtnVPM n lllanflni.ii. ,.
Cloveland, Is making a tour of the
world In tho Interests of Underwood
& Underwood of Now Yofk.
If Mr. Haven's Itinerary Is held to
ho g going to mako connections that
Will rival Mr. rnrrir nt n i n.
World ill Eighty Da)s," fume.
ir. jinvcn is wiled lo leave New
York with nnother excursion ror n
rOlllld tlie-Wnrlit rriilnn nn.l ln . 1. .
. . """ iu in uu ll III)
llgiires to arrive In San Francisco at
J "''" " ono wcok rrom today. At
10MC o. m. of tho same day he is sup
posed to bo on his way across the con
tinent, to nrrlvo Friday at 9:30 p m
and the next day nt 12 o'clock noon
he exncclH to slen nimnr.i n.n :
ship that will carr) him on another
.-uiiu uiu-nurill VO)agO.
HAS MADE GOOD
(Continued from Pm i.v
quire their almost continual pres
ence nt tho wharf, lmvo i.nnn n.
signed to quarters thnt arc declared
as very badly adapted to their re
Two largo offlco rooms hnve been
provided on tho lower floor nf th
wharf bordering upon tho entrance
io ine structure. Ono of these mc.
to the harbormaster, while tho
other, an equally large loom, has
ui-en- piaceu at tho disposal of the
Those who nro acquainted with
tho work icqulrccl ot tho customs
staff nt the othei whaives contend
mat It Is the piomotlon unices Hint
should have been assigned to tho
customs men Instead of a little bade
room away from tho entrance, whore
It Is Impossible to keep watch over
tho coming mid iralnir of landed
dra)s and tluckB uf lutportcis and
Tho result Is that the customs of
ficers have been obliged to move
their effects out into tho wind-swept
uoor or ino whnrf nronoi. and amid
dirt and dust endeavor to carry on
ineir moors under tho most trvlnc
There Is nlso much ndverso crltl-
cism from local shipping men over
tho rcmovnl of tho harbormaster'a
offlco to the now wharf building. It
hus been contended that tho Ideal
location for u harbor ofilco for tho
port or Honolulu would bo In close
proximity to tho Inter-Island wharves
pr near tho abandoned Hrewcr
building. Tho greater bulk or the
shipping that pomes to, the port now
goes to tho .upper end or tho harbor.
it is Relieved thnt ono matter of
vital Inipoiltanco which was over
looked, In the usblgnment of the of
fices was tho fact that customs offi
cers must be on tho spot to watch
tho nrrlvnl nnd departure, of mer
chandise to the wharf, To coop
these men .up in quartets far away
from tho entrance to tho wharf, Is
declared n grievous error upon the
part or someono.
There may vet bo a readjustment
of tho offices when It is brought to
tho attention of tho Territorial offi
cials that tho Promotion Commit
tee has uso fc.r n wharf offlco for,
perhaps, an hour or so pending the
arrival ot a steamer, whllo the local
customs stqff must spend seyen da)
a wqcK,, und tw,enty-rour hours u
day, at tho wharf.
Yesterday the lower portion of the
wharf was used for the landing ot
nearly four hundred Filipino and
Japanese passengers brought hero by
Hie Manchuria. Tho galleries ,wcre
thronged vvth tho luitnd-the-world'
tourists (nqlmled In the Cleveland
part), and nlso hundreds ot towns-
pqoplo who went to tho wharf to bid J
visitors u sincere uloha to tho "Par
udlso of tho Pacific,"
Iho arrangements for tho hand
ling ot this vast crovvd were lis near
perfect us.nn cfflclont police and de
tective staff could devise.
Offlcors in uniform, ns well ns a
number or plain-clothes men, freely
circulated In tho croud, and several
rusplclous dun actors wero given a
quiet but iinmlslnknblo lip that It
wus their move nnd tho sooner thoy
loft the proximity of tho btenmers
and, tljo vvjinif, tl)o better It would
bo' for ull'tonceineil.
Tho stall ways leading to tho gaK
, -,.. -I . . ..
irni's mi' urn iii nun rniuuiniunu1).
The ,amngp,ment whereby passen
gers are to be disembarked from the
WATER IN PLENTY
NOW FLOODS MAUI
Chairman Pogue Speaks
Well Of Roads
(Special to the llullctln )
LA1.AINA, laul, Jan. ?2. Of tho
first Importance In n commercial way
Is the htnte of tho weather, which
for tho lmt week has jlolclcd a duper-'
abundance of water, nil tho mountain
watercourses having been for dnys
pouring their ciipply Into tho sea. All
plantation pumrs lmvo been closed tor
two we'oks or more and will continue
In their Idleness for a few weeks to
conic. This means much to the stock
holders of Pioneer Mill Company, as
In every respect tho property Is in
splendid condition, and tho vletd nbovci
average. Thlt will bo n grand year
Mr. C. D. Lulkln visited Lnhalnn to
attend Iho meeting or tho stockholders
or tho I.nhalnu National Bank ror tho
annual election or officers. This In
stitution has Iho following offlccrs:
C. II. Cooke. President; A. N. Ha.v
selden, VleePiesldcnt; W. U Dccoto,
Vice-President; A, Aalbcrg, Director;
C. D. I.ufkln, Cashier, nnd V. C. Scho
enberg. Assistant CaMilcr.
During tho rainy weather In the
middle of December, which was ac
companied by n sevcro electric storm,
n coconnui tree was struck by light
ning and a horcc standing beneath thu
same was killed Instnntly by, tho cur
rent This Is the first event of this
nature on rccoid In this town within
tho memor) or any Inhabitant.
Mrs. U Kro'l,-at the rectory, enter
tained n large gathering ot her La
halna friends today, who nil enjoyed
n most pleasant afternoon at this beau
tiful residence or tho pastoi. ,1lu
event was In honor of Mr. nnd, Mrs.
Pcirln, father and mother of ".Mrs.
Kroll, who nie visiting them for u
Count J. Zcdtwltz has obtained n few
months' vacation and has taken nd
vantage or the samo to visit his homo
In" Austria, fiom which ho has Wen
now nbsent for some ) ears
Mr. linns Dodcn has but recently
roturned from n visit to the fnthor
land, and is again firmly Bcatcd In
W. F. Pogue, chalrmamof tho Hoard
or Supervisors pf the county of Maul,
with II. Howell, County Englnce. cull- ,
cd In on a rr.ul Inspection tour, all
of which In the District or Lnhalpa hu
found tho roads In n very sitlsfactory
condition, thanks to the Inderatlgablo
efforts of Mr. W. h. Dccoto, our Iload
Judge E. H. Rogers has purchased
u, fine bench lot at Lahalna and Is
having erected thereon a tnrim rnnm-
cottage, which when completed will
uu cine in mo piensnntest homes In
.Mr. O, Mnsnda, I.ahalna'S most en
torpilsIngMnerchnnt, has purchased'
Bomo ncies of land to cnlnrco bis
homestead, and has added to his hold
ings some leaseholds which g(vo him
an estnto almost baronial In extent,
and parkllko in appearance f.ahalna
should havo more of such enterpris
ing citizens, who Invest In tho country
which furnishes them with tho possi
bility ot ptospeious business enter
Nine or the elcfitcen viiA,lltinni
In search nf thn smith rvi i,.
been or English origin.
Bulletin Busineu Office Phon'25&
3nllfttin Tdifnrlal Sunn Dl..--l1o
galleries instead nf tho lower 'i,u.n
saves n lot or troublo nnd Inconvo-
nienco to tho little urmy or s(evo
dores who havo to do with the
prompt movement of cargoes.
Tho new vvhnrt Is destined to ful
fill nil expectations.
, We give special attentfon
to orders for Wedding, Re
ception and At Home Invita
tions, H. f. Wichman
iJhc wuun i a ,.