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EVENING OW.LETRI, WONOT.ttt.TT, T. It., WEDNESDAY, FER i, 1910
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Klnt Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly hsucd on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE
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r Month, Kujxhcrt lu U.S.. ....A .fit
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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Yet I doubt not through the ages reasonable doubt. It Is reciprocating
one inctcasiiifr purpose runs, in passenger bervlco for tho rrelght
And the thoughts of men are widen- subsidy that la given It by the bus
ed by the process of the suns. Miusa men or the Territory.
Tennyson. What Honolulu needs for tho de-
eloiment of Its passenger tralllc Is
Aloha to the new passenger steam. , loca, 8tClim9llll, ()f g0O(, sl)CCtl
cr, her owner, commander and nmI ljllIlt for comfort. ,t CC(ia
crew- more Wllhelmlnns, more steamships
- " " , making ilonoltilii their terirlnnl
Something thotild happen In the I)urti ttcami!ilpa thut can be do
Btock market with Henry St. Gour ,,cnil0, lU)0n t0 ,elloniI t tIl0 locIll
io,nlng to lawn.
Get In mid boost for the Kloral
Parade. It will do you good to bo
without Plllkla for one day In tho
Lack of confidenco In cverjono
but themselves Is the prlnclplo on
which the Anti-Saloon Leaguers are
acting. That's not American. It ls
only nn abuse of tho great American
privilege to do tin jou dam plea9c.
. After turning that gold medal
ocr to Commander Peary, they
might vote Dr. Cook n tin whistle to
aid him In tooting hU own horn.
Winston Churchill has always had
tho happy habit of landing on hlu
feet, whether It bo chasing Doors In
South Africa or llaruns In Kuglnnd.
And hero's to Captain Johnson,
commander of the most comfortable.
though not tho b'.ggcst, passenger
Kteamcr that has ever come into the
port of Honolulu.
This criticism of tho plebiscite
calls to mind tho story of n pastor
who made n prayer presumably to
tho Lord and then decided to ex
plain It to., tho congregation.
Anyone who waited n year In
order that lie might como to Hono
lulu on a. Pacific Mail steamer must
be moro enamored of tho Pacific
Mnll thai) the ordinary traveler.
High license and every bar open llnc U,,B clti n-nj-lendld new Amerl
to Mew fiom tho street will do more can pttssengt-r teaniCr..by march ng
for tho cnitso of temperance in the'? 10 f.3 hwm learlng
city of Honolulu than all the prohl-
bitlon schemes that can be Invented
Our harbor " appropriations aro
sliding through Congress with nn
caso that demonstrates the value of
bringing Congressional delegations
to tho Territory each year, that tho
legislators may study ottr needs llrst
A voto for prohibition in Hawaii
by Federal enactment would be n
vote for special legislation, for Ferl-
nml lntrtrfttrnrn pnmmnn In nn
other Territory of tho United Statos
nnd for eventual
Our prohibition friends now np- ,ue,en woriung up n scnemo 10 cur
pcar to bo teoMng something that "' the author ty of our own pcOplo
is not enjoyed by nny State or Ter-1"1 our local administration, and In
rltory in the Union. Ask citizens of reaB0 lh l'.wer of the Pedcral gov
tho State of Maine dr the State otinn"VJn (nCS, ut ands' , , ,
Kansas if "thev want nrohibltlon by ln worl8' the'r whoIo Ial
redornl enactment and watch tho
WELCOME TO MATSON.
Honolulu's reieptlon to tho mag
nificent new steamship Wllhelmlna,
coining into port this afternoon, may
bo all tho moro cordial oy reason of'cd In name and In fact,
tho gratuitous Insult offered to Cup-1 Tho Bplulter of disappointment
tnlu Mntson by tho locnl organ of has led tho government by commls
coastwiso suspension law advocates. !slon forces to unmask In their dU-s
Decent citizens' will mnke It man- guBt, and they are easily recog-
lfcst that thoy nro not bo small,
mean and despicable as tho utter
ances of tho organ suggest.
The peoplo of this city are appre
clatlvo of thef energy nnd enterprise slip quietly Into hell without obsor
shown by Captain Matson and his vatlon.
local associates, nnd they ndmiro his I Evidently thnt Is just what somo
caurngo ln constructing a passengor of tho alleged prohibition cnthusl
steamship for the local service, In usts intended should bo dono with
the fnco of tho local struggle to ob-,tho peoplo of theso Islands. Thoy
tain legislation that would put this hold up prohibition by iPederal
and other American passe'nger Bhlps enactment ns an Ideal moral pro-
out of commission. , gram. Their real purpose is to do-
Tho II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n believes that ttroy tho popular control within tho
Captain Matson has 'struek Iho right Terrltory and flnnlly destroy tho(
lead for solving tho transportation Territory, hoping to replace It with
problem of theso Islands as regnrd3 a government by "somo of us."
passenger nnd freight between ourj Citizens of (heso Ulands have ox-
, ports nnd the Coast, pressed themselves frequently ' nnd
He lias constructed n passenger forcefully on tho subject of local,
,i'.Bteamor that for comfortablo np- self-government In general and gov-"
, , poliitmcuts Is second to none. Ills crnment by commission In partial
V company controls freights thnt aa- lnr. Theto should bu onO. thero will
Vuro tho life of tho cooipany beyond bo no Invasion of our rights und
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
1'tr Six Monlns 0 .Bo
Per Year, anwhtie lu U.3. .... I.oo
Tei Year anjmberr n Canada., I. no
PerYear pijatpald, foieija 3.oo
Ctitered it the PoatnS.ec at Honolulu
a tecond-cltsa mitter.
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.FEBRUARY 16, 1910,
dcmantls utid not leave this city, Its
lesldonts and Its guests subject to
the whims of tho foreign uud tho
through stciinshlp operators to whom
Honolulu ls tt tCc0ndary conildcrn,
Hon nt nil tlmei.
THE GRATUITOUS INSULT.
Judging from this Insulting edi
torial paragraph published III this
morning's Issue of Thurston's Ad
vertiser Aloha to tho S. 3. Wllhel
mltia tindoto Qnptaltv, Jlatson,
whosefalth In Jlawafl mnda tho
splendid freighter possible. May
her career Im-H-Iuug- and prof
itable One,, filid If JtiK, she bo
Joined o'r((lJnif' b$sj$jjrs undor
the Malson flag worthy of her.
Supported bpc;,IthlS;Statcniont appear
ing in me news columns 01 inesamo
I'isuc of 'tyinrSton,'s paper
PACTSi-'! lOnow'when tho
Wclhelmlmy was -planned, Bho
was planned as n freighter, and
passenger accommodations wcro
added. Suspension or no sus
pension, the Bhlp was of such
a diameter sho could mnko
money carrjiug freight alone,
without passengers. However, I
say, all honor to Captain 'Mat
son " L. Tcnney Peck,
director of Castlo & Cooke, In
address, December 11, 1909.
Somo of the business men of this
city will show their appreciation of
Captain Matsuu's" 'enterprise in glv-
alqft a ban
the legeoUc ";l.e.erap -Jfj your
freight boaj. ..JJIyo. uB,.susp9nslon of
the cOastWlBo 'Snipping' 'liiwS.'
Correspondent Monk cabled from
Washington (hit Delegate Kuhlo, lu
calling for 0 plebesctte on tho pro
hibiten question in Hawaii, forced
the hand of radical prohibitionists
represented by Mr. Woolley.
The flnal resolution prdvldlng for
jhe l'lobesclto has also forced th
local advocates of prohibition Into
tho opdn. They nio now fieo to
admit that from the, 'first they, havo
iiua uvvn iu uiuvu biui uy Biup, bv-
crotly and vfltli studied misreprescn
tatlbn to reduce tho governing pow
er of the people, nnd finally have tho
electorate bo hedged about and gov
erned, rather than governing, tnut
they will slip qulolly into a govern
ment by commission, and tho vice
regally of Hawaii will bo establish-
Someone has said that It ls n very
easy .matter for soma persons to go
lu and out among men ub saints ind
privileges, guaranteed under tho Or
ganic Act, as would bo clearly
brought nbout by any movo or nny
law of Congress that Increased ,tho
l'cdtfrnl Supervision of liquor trnf
fie or nny btlior tralllc. where Ha
waii was Blngted out from all other
sections of tho countr) for special
What good reason enn there be
fpr thq'MPederiilgov.ernmont to do
for this Territory What It does not
do for nny State, of tho Union, nny
Tetrltdry of tho Union, or any In
sular possession of tho grade of tho
Philippines or Porlo Hlco?
What legitimate cause is there for
the United States Government to
pass n law prohibiting tho sale nr
manufacture; of liquor In these, Is
lands, and providing for the expenso
ui I'liMjii-iiij; uiui iuw, wnen ii. uuua
not do this for nny State or any
other Territory or nny posscssldn?
Much mention Is made of the red-
era) prohibition of the Importation
of opium. It Is well to bear In
mind Unit this Pcderal law applies
not alone to this Tcriltory df tho
United States, but vb every Terri
tory, every State, to the wholo Unit
ed States. Tho prohibitionists fur
get this, or, to put It moro correct
ly, they tri' to make tho people for
Tho only .liquor prohibition that
can be brought about In this TerrI -
rory without special legislation for
tho .islands nnd nn Invasion bf 'tho
privilege of Bolf-governnient Is n
general prohibition act covering tho
wholo United Stntcs, passed by Con-
gicss, or n prohibition net passed by
tho ieglsluturo of fbo Territory cov-
erlng theso Ulands.
This paper docs not bollevo that
Congress Is prepared to pass n pro-
hlbttlon law for the wholo United
If tho locnl prohlbltlonlstB do not
lanl a 1Vro11,l1M,torj: '1W I,a83 by Two (2) choice lonts on Bth avc
tho Tcrrltorla Legislature and en- nue, in block 31. -Fine location and
forced by tho local authorities In tho -i-,. tn r lin IrnnWrnMn ,'.,
oainu muiiiier 111 11 is ill lliu DUHOUl
MaUio anil tho State of Kansas, nnd
other great commonwealths of our
common country, It is at oneo ap
parent Hint their idoas coincide ex
actly with tho conclusions of the
II u 11 0 1 1 n that that sort of con
trol of the liquor trnfilc Is not a suc
cess and high license Is fur better.
Prohibitionists may depend upon
It that tho thoughtful citizens of I
tho Territory will stand ns n solid i
phalanx In support of the preserve-!
Hon of tlib Territorial status Hawaii
now enjojs. Consequently they will
contest every effort to Becuro gov-
crnment by commission through nn '
evasion nnd misrepresentation of tho
prohibition campaign, with tho same
zeal that they dlsputo tho moral
right of Congress to treat this Tcr- '"""'"".T, , , '". ".
rltorj' except on a basis of absolute .mc.Q,T " wn,J MV07lnB to imcl
cquallty with any and all other 1 y ,. . , , , ,
Territories of the United States. I
If prohibitionists don't wapt
hlMllnnfl.v Tnrrllnrlnl'.lnlnln tl.nn
everyone "is sa'tlsfled, nnd for once, nn at tho Mine UnwualM 1 the niost
after talking it all over. Honolulu v '? nnd prorane laj gu.ipe Imnglna
and Hawaii will ho aiilo to make It l,,e' wh"f. n11 nb?l,t wro crowded
The proper thing to do Is to not
only mind our own business, hut dil
igently attend to It here In our own
This running to Congress every
time a number ofihobby-rlders get n
new Idea doesn't help Hawaii Or in
crease the confidenco of anyono in
tho common sense; of our intelligent
IJI'IIOLD THE LAW
lMltor IC vonlnc II u 1 1 0 1 1 11:
Yesterday nttcrnoon I witnessed a
sight on one of the principal streets'
of this city which was certainly char-
Real Estate for2Sa!e
Half-acre lot well planted in trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, ser
vants' quarters, etc. All in Rood con
dition. On the car line. Price $4750.
Story and a half house, modern in
1 every -particular, suitable for small
family a bargain either as a home
or for an investment. Price $3250.
Acreage property in Palolo Valley,
uanoa valley and
Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $60.
- Large Lots
Vancouver Highway. ...$040 Lanlhull Drive SCO
Vancouver Highway.... $00 Llloa Itlsd 1000
(Hydo St , 800 Oahu Ave 1040
Oahu Ave 880 Kamchnmcha Ave 1200
Mauoa lid DC0 Ueckwlth St 1200
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PROPERTY IK, KAIMUKI FOR
i s '
pour (4) beautiful lots on 12th
'avenue. Total -,erca of ground, 45.-
000 square feet. These lots are hioh
aml .juhtlv. One nf 7li pViMmtt
buildine - irj. in TTrn'miiVi
r-n1lr (a - inf. : ' Ji, io
T.aroji onil htoli lntj Tlu,..llr..l J.l....'
0f entjre HonOlUlU
BUY NOWfAND SAVE MONEY
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
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f,04"'"'' of tile manner in which
l V,. Inw" "'? cu"lc!1 ."H1. or- ucttcr
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A Dhi. between twlB well-dressed
"nwnllnnrf, on MaunuVda street, was
l" uKnninB. uno 01 mo i.gniors
""a i 'in on, i
"" ,".' - '"l uo, .'"'"- "'' . ""
pro-,va1,;,1ed ' "b'1,1;- ""'1' ,"'
""", lU puuee puiuer ;il
' """' l"u'V" uu "u wptUl
I All the oftlcer did wn3 to protect
his face as .much as ho could, still
holding onto his prisoner nnd say
ing, "Sh-h, Bh-h."
I am net a believer ln brutality,
but if I had been the arresting of
ficer I would liajo dealt thnt thing
lu tho shape of a mftn a doso of tho
Bluff dreams aro made of. Such tin
action would hnvo put n stop to tho
tlo'w of llc languago and fighting
qualities of tho tough and also
would lmvo upheld tho respect of
jho officer nnd tho law.
It Is certainly bettor to Invito n
man to leavo your liouso than to
throw htm out, but it ho will not
'go through invitation, ttien throw
him out, M.LUIINI.
Honolulu, Pcb. 1C.
Merchant Streets Q
Space 'and Time have been annihi
lated by the'
On'Snndav moraines "the office is
open from eight until ten o'clock.
SMART ARREST OF
Pilikia Gang-Leader Is
Given "Water Cure'
After n hard night's ride, Chief Mc-
Dufflo has nt last captured tho efflgy
which Jimmy Wilder nnd n, gang of
plllkla makers linto been constuctlng
for tho past three weeks, with n view
of breaking up tho norul Tannic
Unalilo to sneak through tho cordon
of liollco which McDufTIo had .cjn.-tully
drawn nround tho Wilder Jiomcstiad,
tho artist man was captured lato inn
evening by Detective Maolomanloohi.
Into K.11110' warden on Fanning Inland.
Tho "watcr-cu.V was applied to Mr.
Jimmy as ho refused to Bttito whero
tho cftlgy had been Bicrotod. Thin
had tho desired offect, ns tho mtlst
man thinks that next to milk, vmnr is
tho most objectionable flu. which
man could nut Into his stonui-n. Hav
ing confessed to being tl.o instigator
of this srhemn. It was ascertained that
tho cfllg) v,-in concealed In (ho baso
ment or ii' capltol.
It ni .hat Mr. Wilder had
tliruslU' . It would bo a dandy
Ml.emo If jo people of this city could
Id Initiated Into tlio mysteries of, tho
Infernal icglons. This could only bo
doub by erecting nn ogro representing
tho ills which beset man dining his pil
grimage on earth.
Hvnrv man. wnnmn nnil child rtf ibis
city has nt somo time cr other been j
afflicted by sickness, troublo or ad
versity. Mr. Wilder conceived 'tho
idea, whllo chasing an unusually both
ersome mosquito somo eight wcoks
ago, that It would bo u gtent Hch6mo
If ho cotlld produce an Immcnso Imago
representing all tho Ills that man falls
heir to. Ho laid aslilo hid painting
and has devoted all his tpare ttmo to
perfecting n statue of gigantic propor
tions wlilch will ho paraded through
tho Btreetu of this city, t jcompaulcd
by fiery demons, who aro Biipiiscd to
make, llfo hideous to man dining his
sojourn on earth; members of tho
Klu Klux order will march on cither'
slilo of tho Btntuo, nnd tho proccsSlon
killl bo led by a number of fantastic
figures bearing torches.
Tho procession will pass down tho
principal streets between 8 nnd 0
p. 111. 011 tho night of1 tho carnival. At
Palnco Square sentenco will bo pro
nounced upon this oftlgy of troublo by
n lodge In ful) sestlon. Hut, Ilka,
Pontius Pllato, tho Judge wlllillsclalm
nil complicity In tho trial, and will
turn this hideous monster over to tho
peoplo, who will demand that It bo of
fored up to Madamo Pclo.
An exact ropllca of Kllaiica will ue.
erected. In Pulaco Bquaro. wltli real
fire, red and bluo flames, molten lava,
nnd tniimierous kouhus emitting irom
tho fiery dopths of tho crntor. To tho
accompaniment of weird imiblc and
blood-curdling yells, Jimmy Wlldor'8
mastcrnlcco will bo hurled Into tho
gaping mouth of this grcsdy volcano,
and man's Ills will be forgotten for at
least tho balance of tho carnival.
Tho monster which Jimmy. Wilder
has constructed Is of gigantic propor-
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For an extra good quality of SCRIM CURTAINi ecrn'edor.
Only a few pairs, See sample in oar wyjdo.w. ,.,.'
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J Hopp &
tlons. It will portray Bitch sicknesses
as toothnche, car-ache, cpiplcsy, con
vulsloils, hysteria, etc. Those, suffer
ing from financial losses, Bplnstcru,
(uffraggcttcs, nnd woman haters Mill
nlso bo depleted. Almost ovciy 111
which man falls heir to nlll bo por
trayed In boiuo form or other lu the
moku-up of this rightful monster.
Novcr In tho history of the Territory
has Mich nn Idea been perfected. It
will bo ndvlsnbla that nil mothers keep
a firm hold 011 their Infnnts us thceo
tots may bo scared to dcntli when tho
mounter makes Its appearance on tho
streets. "Sufficient for tho IV.y Is tho
Evil Thereof," will bo tho war cry of
tho peoplo when this demon of plllkla
is hurled Into tho fiery Milcano. True
carnival spirit will rclgu nftcr tho
destruction of this demon nnd tho Ills
of man will bo forgotten In n round of
festivities that ln all probability will
novcr bo equalled In this city.
IS GOOD. BOOST!
(Continued from Page 1.)
the practise of lato for tnose want
ing the servicer of the baiid to sim
ply npply to Captain Merger, It ap
pears that soma 'of tho musicians
havo filed n "kick" nt what they
believe Is much extra work. Tho
supervisor then advocated the elim
ination of tho steamer concerts nnd
thus lift n load from tho bnndboys'
Qnlnn stated his belief ln tho
hand ns n vnluablo agent for promo
tion and boost. Ho declared that
the music rendered at tho steamer
wharves wns a fcitturo Which was
appreciated by every tourist or
stranger. Tho Hawaiian band has'a
national, and, In fact, International,
To sacrlflco the band music on
steamer days would, In tho opinion
of. Iho majority of Uie Bunorvlsors,
bo the elimination of n big inctor
ln local promotion work, and the up
shot of the matter was that tho
baud will piny at Iho departure of
'.earner, i. 11333 otnerwlso ordered
not to rio"to by, tho Mayor or tno
BOYa'ArJDtilRLS WILL SING.-
(Special to Tio 11 ul lot In.)
'WAII.UKU, Maul, Feb, II. Hon. It.
J. K. Nawnhlno of Walhco Is drilling
about ono dozen llttlo bcya and. girls In
singing and they villi nppsar In a con
cert to bo given iit tho Walluku Town
Hnll Saturday evening. l-cb. lflth. MrB.
T. II. Lyons and others of Walluku
wjll most likely assist in the evening's
program, Tho proceeds will go tow
ards defraying tho oxfienBes of keep
ing' tho numbers of tho Hawaiian
Evangelical Association and tho Sun
dny school exhibitions of Central Maul
which will bo hold nt YViiliico tho
curly pnrt of March. It is a big tin
dcituklng for Wnlhoo, as several hun
dred pcoplq will bo thero to toko part
In tho exercises and churcn meetings.
A dunce- will follow tho singing.. next
WAIMIKU. Maul, Fob. H. Tho
meeting of the 'Walluku Christian Kn-
dcnvoreis nt Kanhumanu Church on I
ti. E. ovenlng last Sunday was at
tended by a, very largo number of,
people, and it was tho first tlmo that
many of tho communicants of other
ucnominauona unu como 10 listen.
Messrs. V. K. SnltorJ and W. B. K.
Wdlkal, prcBldent nnd Mceprcsldcnt.
ruspcciiveiy, nuu tnurno vi 1110 oik
meeting. Among tlmso present during
(ho early part 'of Jho mecllng were
'Misses i:. .MncDougal nnd Mabello
Dlggart and Boveral r)f tho whlto peo
plo of this town. .The musle by tho
various clostos woro iibovo tho ordl-l
"y, "id grealy appreciated by tho
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