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EVENING nOLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THimSDAY, JAN. 27, 1910.
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Intcrcd at tbc Pcwt office tt Hoiolula
a tcccnl-cl&M matter.
Tt is the extra service rendered inllcc against the haolc chnlrmnn. Al-
business that tells with the employ- (though thin Is frequently Uonc In
cr; not civinc him exactly what he pr'vnto, It Is seldom thnt nnyone
bargained for, but a little more: a' comes out In the open and gives
jjreat deal more, if necessary, doing. public opinion the opportunity to ox
his business thoroughly, no matter, press the Inevitable comment that Is
how lone is takes. Edward William!ucscrvcd.
Bok. No doubt the residents In tho vl-
Iclnlty of I.lllha street nnd heyond
Tram nresr-nt Indlcnt Ions, the nppit poor! roads, lint the work
Hoods nro doing for Trance what no
human agency could accompllsh-
lownfall of I'arls.
Not the least of the things on
which the .Kaiser Is to be congratu
lated Is tho excellence of the Ger
man representation In tho Territory
ttrc.it Ilrltaln's election will con-
vlncc the Houso of Lords that thoto
nrc others. They have too long
thought that nothing could be don3
No better wedge for Government
liy Commission In Hawaii, could lie
iitoDiwiM than tho cxercUo of l'ed-
cral police authority over tho liquor.
tralllc In Hawaii, ptcscnted as a
i atnpronilse with
Uncle Joe Cannon Is slated for all
the trouble there Is coming In tho
House of Representatives these days,
but his opponents may depend on It
that they will have to light to the
last illtili. Undo Joe will never cry
Having provided for tho physical
nnd moral health of tho community
liy contributing liberally for the Y.
JI. t A., tho people of this city
tdmuM bo thrlco willing to respond
to tho tall for a permanent endow
ment f l.cahl Home, that provides
for the physically unfortunate.
Opposition to the while slave
trade hill before the House of Hcp
.icscntatlvcs was developed princi
pally among the ardent supporters of
State rfghts. ft may turn out that
u slavo law will again pave tho way
tor an extension of Federal control,
i,nd establish a prlnclplo thnt will
furnish a basis Tor final settlement
of tho complex Issues of Inter-State
trnillo In other lines.
Premier Asqulth needs a complete
Liberal majority If he is to carry out
the Iludgct policy of his party. If
lie must seek his votes among the
Irish Nationalists. It Is nosslble that
this branch of the government forces
may demand the most radical Irish
legislation berorc It will vote right
on the lludget. Should this happen,
tho I)i is might force another up
peal to tho peoplo on terms less fa
vorablo to the present issue forced
by tho House of Commons.
A FALSE START.
The correspondent whoso tnlk on
roads appears In another column Is
worthy of particular attention be
cause of the very foolish manner 'In
which' ho works out his complaint.
It In as plain as anything can bo
that ho Intends to play off tho Ha
waiian members of tho road commit'
Two gentlemen wcro traveling In
r one ot the hill countries of Kentucky
nrtt trmV nirrt nil nil PYnlnrntlon for
... .,.. ... ,.
IfV- pltchplno. They had been driving
rvii- tivn linnm without encountering
U' V..t. t, linntftn linlne- whrm trim' rnmn ill
4 V Bight of a lablii. It was very Btlll.
Tho hogs luy where they had fallen,
tho thin- t'laj bank mule grazed round
und iiiuud In u great olrclo to save
tho trouble of walking, and ono lean
und lank, whoso garments weio tho
color of thu 'ohiybank mulo, leaned
ugnlust a trco and let tlmo roll by.
"Wonder If ho run speak?" said
ono traveler In t(in other,
"Try him," huM his companion,
"Iow do ou do?" c.i hi the ninth
criicr. "Howdy," remarked the cuutbern-
"Pleasant country." '
"For them that likes It."
"l.tvcd hero nil jour.llfo?"
The southerner spat penslvejy In
Pr Sla Montna ......,. .Ho
Per Vear, anrwheieln U5 I.nu
Pel Year anrwhert n Canada,, I. Bo
Per Yea? irettpald, toieif n 3,oa
JANUARY 27, 1910
'should be sought on tho merits of
the demand, and not by an appeal to
two Hawaiian members as against n
haolo or two haolcs against a Ha
waiian. LEAN HOME ENDOWMENT.
Honolulu should .respond most lib-
crally to -the. calls for an Increased
endowment of the Leahl Home, an
endowment large enough to place
that splendid Institution on an In
dependent basis, or, at least, free
from tho vicissitudes of "hard
This hospital or homo hns been
doing n grand work all these years
before tho fight against tuberculosis
'rose to the dignity of a community
warfare. Now that tho peoplo nro
aroused, they find the 'home, with t
attractive, surroundings and excel
lent equipment, a ery necessary ad
junct. Its staff hns the experlcnco
nnd the whole place is bo well
H..'ittcd that It might bo looked
upon ns,u natural headquarters dur
ing tho" present tuberculosis move
ment that amounts to an awakou
IllB. To mupt tho Immcdlnto demandB,
tho homo should be enlarged. It
should nlso be In u position to do
continuous service, whethor tho com
munity Is awakened or not. it
should be endowed for permanent
work, and more of It.
Even one In Honolulu knows what
sometimes hnppcns to "movements"
of ono kind and another, taken up
nnd carried forward with great en
thusiasm while the sp'Ht of doing
Is upon the leaders nnd tho people
and dwindling down td nothing after
tho newness has worn off and tho
grind of hard, Incessant effort Is
Let us hope thnt such un unhappy
fato will novcr shadow tho pathway
of tho tuberculosis campaign. Never
theless, the possibility of tt should
Inspire tho good people of the city.
In the days of their prosperity, to
give of their substance in - large
measure, to place tho Lealil Home
and tho suffering whom It aids bc
jond tho danger of such udverslty.
L,euhl Home snouiu nave incrcuseu
endowment, rathor than Increased
annual subscriptions for Its Bupport
If It can not have both.
A two hundred thousand dollars
cndowme'ut would' not be beyond tho
powor of this community to give, nor
would It swell the Income of the
home beyond a flguro that would
grant more money than Is needed to
do Its work of euro and alleviation
A great many Eastern teachers nro
seeking positions in California be
cause of the cold weather.
A man doesn't necessarily break lib"
word when he btrctchca tho truth.
Tho plaintiff, u luboring man, hud
been thrown on tho grouuU by un
electric car, and he claimed damages
for a permanent Injury, inasmuch ns
he could no longer raise his arm
above n point parallel with his
The lawyer for tho electric rail
way put him through n slmplo-iook-ing
oxamlnatluu, beginning by u 'tow
very sympathetic questions. Thou
I, A ..mm! Ititmd "Will vrii, ltfl fniul
,! t,ul. ., 11.,. ,,.,,. . .
enough to toll tho Jury tho oxtrcmo
limit to which oii cun rnlso your
Tho witness gladly compiled, rais
ins his baud with dimculty to tho
height of bin shoulder only.
"Ah, thank joii, sir. Now, wlll
jou bo to good nn to show us to
uliut,polut jou could rabo jour hand
before thlB unhappy a'ccidqnt?"
At once the mau shot his arm up
to Its full height nbnve his head,
anil tho court 'burst Into n fit of
laughter which thu Judge did not
i cut rain.
tt tt tut tt tt tt it tt tt it ti tt tt tt tt n
it A BAD FALLA tt
it (llv H. S. Q. Holualoa) it
,l)ls man ho too much no use,
Mo' bctta ho go cal'hoose.
Ho make mo lose fifty daln.
Eve' body tay ho bad falla. ,'
Ho got fat hosso I like buy,
I say him him no shy,
No, he say, mil malkal.
My hosso nil same stick,
Nav' lun, ncv' kick
No 'notha hosso llklpu him spick. ,
I think him pololo no llo
1 try 'urn liossc blmo by
I loo!! Kwaug lum kec, Kl-ylt
I.ltta mo' him break cv".lng,
I.ltta mo' him kill 'urn Ah Sing.
Awel me too'so' p'llcc go bring!
ATTEMPT AT RACIALITY
Editor Evening II u 1 1 o 1 1 n:
Kindly allow mo space In your val
uable columns to express my opinion
of tho doings of the roads and
bridges committeo of the city and
county of Honolulu on roads.
Somo threo years -ago, Mr. J. .1;
Dlas sent In two petitions,, at( differ
ent times, to macadamize the Li 1 1 ha.
Btrcet extension leading to the Coun
try Club grounds nnd the neighbor
ing roads, nnd thnt road committee,
nt thnt tlmo did not see fit to do
uny road work in that district, on
nccount of the mnjorlty of tho peo
plo that resided In that district be
ing of tho poorer class. Last year
the above gentleman sent In a re
quest to have the above-mentioned
ron'ds attended to, nnd promises were
In vain, nnd ho nlso called their at
tention to tho previous petitions, Ibut
it was useless.
I have been Informed thnt Mr,
Dlas has made several attempts to
get the committee to go up nnd have
the roads surveyed, graded, etc., nnd
has thus tnr failed to get any satis
faction, for Ms benefit, as well ns
others residing In that district, nnd
many others who make use of said
The road committee ought to bo
ashamed of themselves In not ful
filling their promises nnd disregard
ing the wUhes of tho very samo vot
ers that put them in office.
Tho majority of the rond commit
tee nro Hnwallans,, nnd they should
be tho first ones to put their foot
down and toll lllnolo) Chairman
Qulnn that tho poor man enjoys a
good road us well as the rich man.
Tho road supervisor has repeated
ly told several residents In that dis
trict that he has absolutely no power
to reconstruct roads, etc., without
getting orders from (Haole) Chair
man Qulnn. He has been seen sev
eral times up that way, but Is un
nble to do anything to relieve tho
The road committeo has seen fit
to spond most of the appropriations
li. tho Fourth District In ripping up
roads nnd romucudamlzlng same, and
also oiling them, und tho Fifth bus
to bo satisfied with repairs on its
ri ,...,- .rro,,, ,,iiv Hint luineoii'i
did not hire Mr. Qulnn's muchlno In
the last rains we hnd and compel
him to take him through thnt slush
niifi neo how far his machlno would
travel, and probably then ho would
hnvn that road macadaiuued in a
Wnko up, .you road committee, nn
Real Estate for Sale
A bargain at Knlmukl, on Elcvouth
.Avonuo, $1000. .'
Lots tu Kaimuki Purk Tract, $100,
each, on easy payments. Threo
acres, cleared and fenced, in tho Kal
niukl Tract, for S2C00, Acrcago
property In Pololo Valley. ''
Tbcso aro a f(-w ot tho opportuni
ties we hnvo to offer for Investment
In real cjitnto.
Choice Kaimuki Lots
We hnvo G lots hero for snlo nt
$100. each. Terms: ICO cash; bal
ance to bo paid 'in monthly .Instal
ments of $10.
is instantaneous if sent by the
Office Open Sunday From 8 to 10
$vo the poor man the same rights
as you do tho rich man In construct
ing good roads. Tho poor man's
money Is every Inch as good as rich
Than'jlns you In advance for your
courtesy, I am,
A RESIDENT, LANDOWNER AND
Honolulu, January 26, 1010.
CAPITAL STOCK OF
RUBBER CO. INCREASED
(Continued from Pago 1.)
tnnjong utnic uuuucr company, see-
ing that so much pioneer work had.
been accomplished nnd tho closo I
"rx'm', 'h!Lr.V:rc"LV,rrrt'rland cheap at the price-430 per
At tho last nnnunl meeting
stockholders it was decided to in
crease the capitnl from $140,000 to
$200,000. The object and purpose
of this special extrnordlnary meet
ing was to consider the option on
1002 additional acres which it was
proposed to acquire from the Me
tnntl Sundcl Estnto. This property
Is first-class flat land, with a loamy
top soil of six Inches to eight inches
in depth. It hns n river frontage ot
three-quarters of a. mile. Tho op
tion Is to ho taken, up .April it, hut
flvu additional months' graco aro nl
Practically tho wholo of tlls new
property Is good rubber land. This
will give n fino rcservo to bo planted
up nt any 'time. The Tanjohg Olak
Rubber Company has plenty or
money In hand to take caro cf pres
ent holdings, and by tho time this
new acquisition is two years older,
the company should be on n dividend-paying
basis. The cost of 1000
acres of the original plantation was
$29,000. This new acquisition will
cost considerably moro than that
sum. but ns nearly four ycurs' work
lias been put In, it Is nlrcndy worth
considerably nioro than $45,000.
Judging from tho. manner In which
other rubber companies aro being
floated In this locality, this new
property could be floated easily at
$75,o0o, nnd would be considered a
good Investment even nt that figure,
If Tnnjong Olak controls tho
-planted area In this neighborhood,
then tho labor nioblcm will be con
trolled also. One of the require;
ments In connection with the now
Mutuant SltcUs1 ',m'WHt-
Good 7-room house, fine loca
tion .jjjj ?oow
New 5-room cottage, just com
pleted; strictly modern ana
up to date $4200
WE HAVE SOME O00D LOTS IN
They are well located and snaps
at the price.
We offer tor rent a six-room tar
nished houi: on Alexander street.
House is modem, larre rooms, and
in very good condition. Rent, $70
- L 12-room, 6-bedroom house
T,"ii, w.i-i,t. vnr tronrl limine
SEE US FOR THESE AND OTHER
BISHOP TRUST COMPANY,
purchase Is that fifty acres n year
must bo planted.1 Tho Meruntl Bun-
del Is already two jeans iihc.ul of
this schedule, so It Is tho intention
to plant out only twenty-flvo ncrcs
In rubber this yenr. liy using thir
ty harrow Instead of tho nine now
being uil. the labor problem will
be some.U t lessened.
Tho Jung o Is first felled nnd al
lowed to giow up before being cut
down a Bccond time. This Is to kill
all fungu3 and blights that might bo
nllvo nt the end of the llrst lening.
At tho end of the current ye.tr. theio
will be 2C00 trees In bearing, wnicn
win tin ii sourco of some revenue to
the company. After n vote of thank1
lp tho chair, tho meeting najourneu
U. S. LIQUOR CONTROL
(Continued from Pago 1.)
sand years do I consider that tho Kcd
oral government has nny reason, to In
terfere in our Territory". Thero Is not
a 8tn'te or Territory In tho Union
that could control matters In such a
satisfactory manner as they" aro con
trolled hero in Hawaii. Considering
tho many nationalities represented
here, wo havo Just cause to congratu
late ourselves on tho splendid show
ing wo havo mado in having those
liquor laws enforced."
Mr. Waldron will take tno maucr
up at the directors' meeting of tho
Merchants' Association this afternoon,
at 4 o'clock lu the McCandloss build
ing. In an Intervlow with J. F. Morgan,
president of thu Honolulu Chamber of
Commerce this morning, Mr, Morgan
said: "Tho liquor commission have
dono good work and thu Tonltoy Is
competent to handle its own affair?
Ij this respect. Ybni il'e commor
rial bodies havu cabled their protect
then, und not till then, will I deem It
necessary, to call n meet'iig. At pie
I cut tho news Is loo meaner to trtke
Tho matter of enforcing liquor laws
by tho Kcdeial government may havo
been brought about by tho heads ot
Army and Navy, who wish to protect
tho enlisted men of these, services lu
tho Territory, is the tieml of ono line
of Btrcet gosBlp, Others believe It Is
a part of the Woolley campaign.
t m i I
SHOULD 00 SLOW ON EXPENSES.
(Continued from Page 1.)
tho Hoard members or Mu)or Kern
shou'd set tho official seal unit sanction
before, being mado. ,
Aylctt nlHii attempted to climb into
tho bund wagon of retieuchment. Ho
hclluvcd that tho time hud comu when
piomlscuoiis "tiding uliout," as ho
claimed, should stop. Ho did not sin
Qlc out thu county phjslclan but shut
ulaiflcry oratorical d'jila ut' other com,
mittccnicn aa well, Aylctt declared
before bitting dowu that ho was not
In favor of municipal Joy riding.
Loiraii ulmi camo under, tho banner
of economy, Hu did not upproto of
JlbL city and count) pjjiua lui wait
that ronlly should have been per
formed by tho Territorial Board or
Health. Dr. Mackall's trip, to his
mind, was necessary hut nevertheless
it should havo been attended to by tho
Qulnn stated that It such wns the
sentiment of tho Hoard, ho would ccaso
from doing tho Santa Clans stunt nnd
furnishing frco auto transportation to
board committeemen In .their trips
about tho city and vicinity.
Qulnn declared that he had nevci'
put In n pent of claim rlgalnst the city
or 'county for nulo hlro on many occa
sions where Supervisors bad Journey
ed about tho Aiunlclpallty on Import
ant business. Ho, therefore warmed
up to nny objection raised at a round
trip nround tho Island by a county of
ficial while in the performance of his
Tho cxpenso account was Anally
phased and tho momentary storm
PARIS FLOOD RISES
(Continued From Paee 1.)
city of Paris nro better understood
from tho following description ot
the city: A modern traveler look
ing over the city of Paris from tho
helchtn of Montmnrtre or thn Rlffel
Tower sees n great city spread out
beforo him like n map lying in a
plain encircled on almost every Bide
by distant and low hills. Paris Is
therefore 'sltUatcd In what geologists
call n basin or plain of greater ex
tent than that occupied by any other
modern capital, being scarcely ever
less than twenty miles In diameter
and In some places much more. The
Seine enters this plain at the south
east corner, coming from the high
lands of Ilurgundy and Champagne
and describing a great arch or bow
through tho city, passes off at the
southwestern corner ot The plain.
Among tho monumental buildings
thnt ndorn the city, the cnthedrnl of
the Notro Damo holds tho first place.
Its foundations were laid on tlin
ruins of tho temple Jovo about 375
A. U nnd it has hco,n icbullt ngaln
and ngaln, tho present edlflco upon
tho originnl site having hcon begun
The Palace Mazarin contains tho
Illbllothequo Nntlonalc, which has
been housed here moro than two
Sheriff .tnrrctfs torro wll be mado
glad,' or, at lonst, a small portion
of tho members will bo mado glad,
by an Incrcaso In their monthly sti
A resolution wns introduced by
Supervisor Cox nt n meeting of the
city nnd county boaVd todny, author
izing the amendment to the salaries'
of several officers. Including one Ko
rean police officer, nt $30; one
Porto nicnn officer 'and' Interpreter,
nt $75; one Chinese, ut $50; and an
other of the same nationality, nt
$75; one Japanese officer, at $75;
and four special officers, at $200 u
Tho matter was favorably acted
Another notable New York pulpit
Ij to be presided over by an Kngllsh
Clergyman. The Fifth Avenue Pres
byterian church has Just culled to Its
pastorate the Itev. John Henry Jov-
ctt of Carr's Lane Congregational
chapel, Hlrmlngham. He Is offered
a salary of' $12,000. With this" goes
a home valued at $5000 a year.
tor HiU" earrU t ullttln.
FOR WOMEN '
Aftd iKfT U9 f(Mt UMthuMUttC OTtt till pei
aiM7 KJi7UuiubU fortrerrctw N
Ijinq iw occMwa,
IP" mmk JStv
iaCaH aaaaK JPalk
I JaaTaf . fcaTi MHal
WJ Dainty 1
If Footwear l
I If The most fashionable 1
if women in town are 1
m loud in their praise of the 1
I graceful, charming itylei 1
of the new models in our 1
I REGAL SHOE STORE I
V 3S0 tl
1 : L'ZT
"Hilly" Carlylo, a well known Ho
nolulu man and a member of tho
Eagles, died nt Ynklma, Wash., ycr-
lerday. The nows was convoyed to
its lodge by cable, and tho greatest
Minim 'was felt when his death 'wan
Carlylo was In business In this city
fur somo time, and bo tfns a very
popular young man. "Borne months
in o bo, wns operated on for n serious
Uiublc' nnd on leaving the hospital ho
went home to ills people, hoping 'that
jie chango would do him good. How
ever, it was not to bo and ho passed
When tho fact was announced at tho
meeting of tho Eagles, whltn was hold
last night, there was not a dry cle In
the room. Carlyle wat. well bekcd
by all those who knew hlili und his un
timely end Is much deplored.
Kong Took, a Chinese who killed a
countryman by spllttlng'hls head open
with a meat cleaver, has been de
clared Insane by three doctors who
examined him. Doctors EmcrsonCof
llus and Mnclall carefully examined
(ho man and, nlthough their opinions
aro hot exactly tho samo ns regards
words, tho meaning is the samo and
that is that Kong Fook Is not 'respons
ible for his actions and should be 'com
niltfed to (ho Insane Asylum,
'Tho man Is still al the pollco station,
where he sits apart from tho collec
tion of gamblers and drunks. Ho
gazes straight ahead and novcr speaks
to anyone. Tho turnkey reports tho
man to be quiet and docile.
As Deputy Sheriff Hoso was driving
past tho League baseball grounds yes
terday afternoon, ho overtook a rig lu
v. hlch a Chinese woman and threo
tmall children wcro seated. A China
man was riding on tho back of tho
vi , thero being no room for him In
Just as Hose drovo past and got
aitond a short way, ho heard a yell
hnd looking around saw that tho
horse of the Chlncso woman had tak
on tho bit lu Its teeth and bolted.
Tho deputy mut u trusty who 'wat
With, him Jumped, 'oul.qf "their rig. ami
rushed to tho rescue! Tho woman
.Was plucktly hanging on In the lines
and the tall Chinaman wus doing n
windmill act from tho back ot'tho rig.
noso shouted to tho Chinaman to drop
off tho vehicle as it was ho who wns
scaring tho horse. Tho Celestial wan
afraid to do' so and the woman, Btlll
hauling on tho lines, and with thi
three children lionglug onto her, did
her level best to stop tbc runaway.
'Ibbse trd to reach tho horse beforo
It got to tho Walalao l,u track hut
failed to do go. Tho hoio took tho
track In his stride and tho buggy fol
lowed him right sldo up by a mir
acle. Just as the deputy remarked
to himself, "Hc";e Is another Inquest
Job," tho horso balked at tho fence nt
tho othor sldo of tho track u'mi the.
bunch was saved.
Klllonn Feary nnd William Chllof
sky wcro beery and fullow'hlskoy. re
spectively, yesterday, and as a con
sequence arrived In tho lockup last
night, and they were Inlrbdiiceil to
Judge Andrado this morning. Thu
Judge said that four dollars would
nbbut fill tho bill and what he thought
Among tho passengers booked for
San ( Francisco by tbo s'tfam'or Ala
meda, sailing on next Wednesday
morning, aro A. J. Arroil, Mr, and Mrs.
J. Deusham. Miss L. A. Wllllam nmi
jiibs m. mailings.
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