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EVENING BULLETIN, HQNOMJIiDV T, II., THUrtSDAY, Fnn. 17, 10.10.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Kins Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday ol each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
VVallaco R. PArrlnsxton, - Editor
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I Editorial Rooms, - 185
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Disappointment should always be
taken as a stimulant, and never vicw
cct as a discouragement.
C. B. Newcomb.
Hvorjbody Is Blatl to see tho tour
lets, flint t!ils weather wns ordered
for their tpcclal benefit.
Thlnlt of what they nro asking
a brapd of prohibition unknown 1ft
other part ot the United States,
Hawaii, asked to voto on prohibi
tion by Federnl enactment, would bo
Hawaii called to voto for or against
tho overthrow of local self-government.
"I'leaso publish" wor'o twd signifi
cant words In the cablegram of Del
egate Kuhlo to tho Govornor.,pf. ,thp
Territory. Now what do jou'tlHn!?
ot that! "
That uleco of Senator Hiking who
tried to commit sulcldo had nbout
tho same Idea a3 thb daughter o( Hl
klns who tried to marry a duke or
something ot that soit.
When all theso guests nro enthus
ing over-the Floral Parade, tho local
peoplo Bhould tit least get In nnd
support the rioral Farado workers
for all they arc worth.
President TnfVs roqucst that Con
press hurry .up and redeem Its
pledges to the voters Is tho voice of
n progressiva spirit and behind It Is
the stuffed club of tho American
When they hear of Hawaii's plan
for IViloral prohibition, perhaps
homo peoplo of Mnlno and Kansas
will nsk foe tho Federal variety In
theirs. And do )ou supposo they'll
It was' presumed that tho Civic
Federation Intended to lend Its.sup
port to tho promotion of lcgltlmato
drama, not bo tho victim of a cheap
advertising dodgo for cheap play
According to tho editor of tho Out
look, Cougiess can do anything It
wnntii to Hawaii. That's nothing
compared with vvhnt some local peo
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J'lU UJU MJIHK if, UU IM ,110 IVWllUl
In tho namo of Hobby Horse.
Honolulu is just beginning to Reo
tho. cdso.af Its future tremendous
prosperity. It will grew to unpro
dlctud .dimensions oil tho tourist
business anil Federal public works,
having Its Industries still to tho
You declafo that liquor lias do
handled tho Hnwaltans. That's ouo
jiliaso of It worthy of recognition,
but why don't jou say something of
tho hoidcs.ot malo Orientals 5011
brought Into tho country who play
cd nn equal part in betraying tho
women and ruining homes of llnwai
Tlio Highlanders of Scotland habit
ually Intorjcct tho personal pronoun
hn Intn KrntnnpGR where It floes not
properly belong. This often makes'
tholr conversation ludicrous to Amer
icans, arid In tho following Instanco
rather detracted fiom tho solemnity
of tho Sunday morning service.
It was at a Httlo moss-giown kirk In
Galvvay and a party of Auioilcin tour
ists had sought It out that thoy might
hoar anew tho old-SLhool Scotch
I'rchbytcrlan ministers In his natlvo
clement. Thoy wero not disappointed,
"Hrethrcn," ho began, "my text this
morning Is In tho First Hplstlo of tho
Apostlu Peter, tho fifth iliurtcr, tho
follow Ing" words:
" 'Tho devil ho gooth about llko a
roaring lion. Becking whom ho may
"Tim subject of our toxt wo shall
dlvldo Into four heads;
"Firstly, wo shall endeavor to as
certain who the dovll hn was? (Sen
sation anions; tho Americans.) ,
"Secondly, wo shall Inquire Into his
geographical position namely. Where
tho devil 'ho was, and where tlio dovll
ho was f,oing.
"Thirdly, and this Inquiry la of n
peisonul character Who tho dovll lie
was seeking? (Suppiessed lainjlitor
"And fourthly and lastly, wo shall
address ourselves to tho question
;uhlciha8 never heou (.nlvod' jot:
IfWlmt lho ilovll he was roaring nbout."
Persia Mnntna , 0 .Ho
ret Vear, njThetemU.S I.oo
Pel Year anywhere n Canada.. l.fo
Per Year postpaid. foieiRa 3.oo
Entered at tbe Tostcffice at Honolulu
as arcond-ctasa mttltr
FEBRUARY 17, 1910
Inns? Tlicro nro moro tlinn two
Bides to most every question yhon
tho fanatics begin turning looso
their batteries of exaggeration, and
SUPPORT -THE BAND.
Supervisor Qulnn.ls absolutely cor
rect In his defease of tho Hawaiian
band an a community asset for tour
ists as well ns source, of pleasure for
our local citizens.
This city should spend more money
on tho band and dlstrlbuto It among
moro different events. Our band has
a reputation throughout tifo world,
and this city should supply sufficient
fluids to ennblo it to maintain that
To do this requires that tho or
ganization should hnvo an Increased
membership. Captain llcrger Is do
ing splendidly with what ho has, but
tho rtliniltv of tho Hawaiian band as
established i$ 'Its nnclont reputation
Independently bf present-day de
mands, fully justifies appropriating
enough money to assure a comple
ment of numbers and quality that
will make our band more talked
about than over, and moro enthusi
astically praised. 1
Everybody likes to hear 'the old
WHAT THEY ARE ASKING.
Honolulu prohibitionists nnd tho
Honolulu Civic Fcdcrntlonfsts, with
whom Is now associated that prlnco
of nil moral virtue, YocI C. Cohon,
hnvo made an appeal that reads
Eomcthiug lllto this:
Wo want prohibition for Hawaii
by Federal enactment notwlth;
standing nil our business bodies and
tho liar Association have voted by
an overwhelming majority against
any Invasion ot the rights and priv
ileges of local self-government
granted under tho Organic Act es
tablishing the Territory ot Hawaii.
Wo want prohibition for Hawaii
by Fcdoral enactment notwith
standing' tho fuct that there Is no
other Territory pt tho Uullcd States
and no Stnto ot tho Union and no
possession over which tho Ameilcan
Hag files that Is so treated by tho
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Fodorul government. And. further,
Wo want an exception nude of
this Torrltory on this great subject
of prohibition notwithstanding wo
outwardly claim that tho people ot
lho, Territory are as well ablo to
govern themselves ns nro tho citi
zens of any other Territory, and bet
tor than tho people ol jBonjo of tho
States. And, finally,
Wo want our theories to prevail
as against the sentiment of tho ma
jority of tho clllions, of this Terrl-1
tory, and In opposition to tho tra
ditional policies of the United States.
Now what under the-sun would
jou expect n United' Stales Congress
man to do with tho appeals of nn
aggregation that, while declaring nt
In ono ot tho moilel schools of our
city, a fliBt grado teacher was having
a lesson on a cow. Sho was trying to
Impress on tho young minds tho vari
ous uses ot tho milk, butter, chceso,
and sho wanted somo bright genius to
tell how tho farmer fed tho surplus
milk to tho pigs.
Leading up to this, sho asked tho
following question :
"Now, children, after tho farmer has
made all the butter and chceso he
needs, nnd uses what milk ho wants
for his family, vvhat does ho do with
tho mill: that still remains?" ,,
Dead Bllcnco followed for a moment,
and then ouo little hand waved fran
tically, Tho teacher smiled and said, "Well,
"Ho pours It back Into tho cow!"
Tho mistress of tho houso was now
ly Installed, and looked It, hut sho had
clearly defined Ideas on Industrial
questions, and when tho man who had
(called her to tho door asked for a lit-
tlo something to oat, sho Immodlatoly
lookod toward tho woodpllo In tho
"Woll." sho said, "If you will got
"Oil, I shan't need Hint," lho man
Interrupted, ln a leassurlug tone. "My
leeth aro all rlglit."
0110 moment for local nol govern
ment, demands, In tho next breath,
tho most extraordinary execpti -n to
trndltlouu.1 American policies that
has ever been seriously presented,
even from Hawaii?
Tho fake ndertlstng ot Colon's
Saloilio dancer Is not moro silly nor
tho truo purpose moio unsklll.'ully
disguised, than tho propositions now
bring forwarded to Congress In tho
name ot prohibition of tho liquor
If these portions wcro honest, they
would say to Congress: Wo don't
want popular American government;
glvo us nn oligarchy.
DROP THE EXCEPTIONS.
Tho Bulletin Is Informed on
tho authority of a representative of
the Promotion Committee that tho
hotel accommodations of this city
nro practically filled at the present
time nnd there Is somo doubt felt
that tho large party of Hlk tourists
coming on tho Alameda wilt get just
tho accommodations they , want.
This being tho case, wo presume.
the ndvocnteg of tho suspension of
the American coastwise shipping
laws will, in order to be consistent,
Immediately petition Congress (hat
tho protection granted by tho laws
ot tho nation on nil materials used
in tho construction and maintenance
ot American hotels In theso Islands
shall Immediately bo suspended.
Just to bo consistent, wo presumo j
theso coastwise suspenslonlsts will
Login to bornto Alexander Young bc-
causo ho does not build two or thrco
new million-dollar hotels Immediate
ly, In order to provide for the In
creasing number of tourists who may
not bo ablo to find just what they
want at just tho exact time they
may mako tho demand.
Thon, to complete- tho program,
they might get somo very good una
tad.y misguided citizen to arise In
his place and declare It to bo a shamo
that under tho American laws Ha-
wall should Invito people to come- to
this city and then "maroon" thtm
on tho housetoos or In the grien
fields nnd pastures, but never glvo
them tho best room in tho best
boarding-house when fimcono elso
Is occupying it. And what differ-1
enco would It make, lie might, argue,
that tho room Is vacant six months
of tho year? Hero Is a man who
can't get what ho wants during tho
season of congested travel. I
iThev tnlcht dlstrlbuto over as
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of misrepresentation-similar to that
sent out In connection with J'10
uu.ibiwio iuw knjiuuuii vi'-"s"
that tho hotels iiud bearding-
houses aro crowded fiillin Honolulu
nnd lesldonts and visitors' can't get
whiff tlfey want, and so forth',
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to insult Captain Mntson on his ar
rival with a now steamship, a little.
thing llko hotel misrepresentation
would apparently not fu70 them.
If, however, thoy follow the 11 11,1
I o 1 1 n's nilvlcc, thoy will not do
any of theso fool things In connec
tion with tho hotels and they will
rcfrnln from their appeal for Havval-
Ian exceptions to tlio laws framed uy
tho United States to
Thoy will coutlnuo to bcost for
what Hawaii has to offer. Thoy will
lHvn the nrntrresKlvn men of tho cltv
and Territory tho tlmo icqulred to
build new hotels, If needed, and now
ships for passengers under tho Amor-
lean flag. They wjll-'slinpo their en
ergies and their resolutions to Con
gross In such
. m .
a manner mat tlio
avenues of passenger communication
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Ml'lWVUU JlH,Vtl, il, IHU lll.,,.......
shall bo controlled by American ships
Real Estate for Sale
Half-acre lot well planted in trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, 'ser
vants' quarters, etc. All in good con
dition, On tho car line. Price S47C0,
Story and a half house, modern in
every particular, suitable for small
family a bargain either as a home
or for an investment. Price ."53230.
Acreage property in Palolo Valley,
Manoa Valley and Kaimuki,
Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $00.
Vancouver Highway), ..$010 Lnnlhull Drive 0G0
Vancouver, Highway.... 800 Llloa Ttlso 1000
Itydo St v. S00
Oahu Ave 8S0
Manoa ltd !G0
Mn AIavahWaii nlnani mu vnAm 4 it A
bedroom house, finely and completely
furnshed. ,Largc rooms and large
lanai at front and side of house. The
crounds arc very finely improved,
Garage and servants' quarters in
rear. RENT, $70 PER MONTH
Ten-room, five-bedroom, completely-
furnished house! modern, convenient
nnd m to dat in evcry way Excen.
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tionally larr and beautifuf grounds.
Th , nlarr. mn lie lenswl for n term.
- m 575 PER MONTH
pnnPFnTIT"; ATIT" TTTF
THESE .PROPERTIES ARE 1 THE
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BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD,
i iU- ..- '....i ., 11-
-f.'-1- term. ;als: steamships ihat
Wiu ull l0 ovcruowiiig inicricau no-
teli uullt to mlel tIl0 donmllll ln tWi
tlty as rapidly as good business Judg-
motit vvorraiitiK thq, wliolo schemo
B0n(. forward, vvltli conslslenf ad-
ilcrci1C0 to tho American policy or
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refusal to turn tho Cicam of our
"-"i" '" iui in tn.uni ui um
progrp63 iiltq tho hands of for-
WAUARA DENIES IT
Kdltor nvonlnc U till o tint
In jour lssuo of scbterdoy it v;ai men
tloucd that I wns elected n3 the trcas -
in or of tlio Nlpira Jljl Co. It Is a mis-
talto as I was never olectcd to such a
pasitluii.-tioMlo I wish to hold It.
Your correction will greatly oblige.
' M. KAWAHAUA.
Honoluhi, FjebzH. 10. '
(Continned fron Pnae 1)
decorated float. In addition to thin
lntnfll P,illrf,. will i.tit tn n flnnt hilt
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Tho cntrlBi! of tho horso-drawn floats
M comprise, so far ns It Is known
Space and Time have been annihi
lated by the
v WIRELESS .
On Sunday mornings .the office is
open from eight until ten o'clock.
tho following: 11. V. Killers & Co.,
tusuco, Hawaiian, American. Iiondvvov, th
Tim miininniiitn iio.itii winrh hvn ago. flic r
been entered up to duto nro as fol-i
lows: Knlmukl Improvement Club,
"10 l'aclflc Club, tho Commercial Club,
.Japanese Merchants' Association,
I'rcts Car, Trent "Trust Co., iMiqin.11
Tho college olmnnl of this city arc
wnrunitr iinrn in ixn v,n rpnrnrj iind .
.".."? .' "?;.. . T"11".w,"?J,.a f'1!
oralc I uiari Yale .Sin
" nn(1 ""i'" CollCKO unfc. TIip
ColIego Club will hold n muotltu? U1I1
afternoon to consider vthat kind of a
Ilnnt thnv v.Mll miter fnr thn nnrnd,.
Among tho Individual, automobllo
owners In town who hnvo signified their
inttntlon of entering n car are "l0 fol
lowing: J. A. McLean. Mrs. .1. M.
Dowfutt, II. V. Wlchmau ,T.,A. Oilman,
M. F. Prosser, Allan Herbert, Mrs. II.
IX Ilustaco, N. C. King, Mrs'. II. T.
tWalty, nnd others.
Lieut. Col. Hunter of tho Filth Cav-
nlrv and Major Foster wcio In town
,,in .nn,irnn wlilph will tiko narf.ln
Jj rT AnwUcnt, MS
mado by tho Moral Day l'arailo Com-
mlttoo wheroby tho men of this squud-
ron will bo entertained at limcl) on thri
day of tho parado and their liorsci'vvjt'
cred aftdr tho tmiado Is over, f
, ?,' "rc 2ce1,,;f,,,10 rlft!' Cava,r?
I., tlio iur dt vlll bo moro than snec.
toctar' rorm ono o; tlio wni
knlrmii . o nf tlin .tn..li.
I I" lo.vin 1 a cony of a linr se.il
ou to own ot, automobiles and far
thu benefit of thoso who conuniplato
J.,ll!f. ... . i.um,, ,.1 v.". Ml. .( v.... ...
.ii.tlln. In n fln, ,lnl .tr.l f I r-... .
lilm rttf . . ,1 r.,,. iilnt. .in..,.,, I ,j
uiujLii tu luu vuikiii iai..uw, ,1. la
' . . ivin It,. ,.,, na, ml ,t.i.r nil , I, r. in 1, li,
IllhVU.IJ ltlUVU, ,,111. ,11, lltUC..- .1 II'
will enter automobiles for tho p.irndo
'vvlll plenso notify the Floral Tl.iy I'.v
,rado Commlttco at onco. tt rlu twlioth
or tho cnriwlll be filtered as n lloat or
In decorated machine, it; tho latter.
plcaso stato length of whccl.Kparo, II,
O. pilJInBhnm, director scii,il"
SHOOTS AT SHARK3
AND SAVES SAILOR
(Continued from Pago 1.J
his )08sel around to tlio spot wlicro
Lowell) n was surrounded by sharks,
and by rapid firing ot hla rifle kept
tlio son tlKcrs nt bay.
Gcorgo Kalml, a Hawaiian member
nt flu, Ititrmilfl'u urAW flioV, .lli'ml iiv.
crboard and notwithstanding 'tho pros-
onco of tho shaikh, hold Levvtlljn un
til a ropo could bo passed to them.
Lovvellyn acted In n uueer fathlon
heforo diving 'overboard and It said
by romo of tho peoplo who mot'lilm
heforo ho shipped on tho Celtic Chief
that ho appealed to bo crazy.
Captain Hydo says that tho saving
ot tho man's llfo Is solely dua to' thu
herole act of his deck hanj, Oeorge
Tho llov. D. T. Van Dorcn of Nor-
walk, Conn., Bays It a man expects
to live, to bo 120 jeara ho should
tako good caro of his solar plexus.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
For an extra rrood duality of SCRIM CURTAIN; ecru color,
Only a few pairs. See sample in oar windows. , ,
J Roprj & Co.,
(Your Credit Is Good) - ,
' ' FURNITURE
Attornoy Wndo Wnrrcn Tliayor
lias sent a broadside Into tho city
hall calling attention to tho condi
tion of tho lower portion of Alown
road, which was recently completed
by tho city road deparynent at a
cost of several thousand dollars to
According to Thuor, tho useful
ness of. the highway Is greatly cn
dnngorcd by tho accumulation tit
weeds which have hoen allowed to
tho dltthvs lining tno
ereby choking tho drain-.
Tho result has been that tnc
volume of etofm water can not bo
carried oft nfter a heavy rain nnd It
covers the road to a depth ot several
'flinver staled his belief that tho
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t Qulnn, chnlrmnn
of the road committee, has been del
egated to npprnso tho Injured feel
ings ot tho residents of Alcwa road.
Tho regular weekly meeting ot
Uid Promotion Committee, which was
to hnvo taken piaco tint) nitcrnoon,
lina boon pbstponcd until Monday alt-
orubon, owing to Hie Chnmber of
Cotnmerco meollng this afternoon nt
3 o'clock, when Jlarctnn Campbell
will read hi? li.ipcr'oh "Haibor 1m
provoincnts nud Various Public Util
Tho Promotion Commtttoo will
further discuss, tlio question of opoti-'i
ing it branch o3ico nt Atlantic City.
This nmtter v."i,s brought up at tho
laBt mooting by Secretary Wood, nnd
proved such an Interesting topic that
llmo was too limiicu to yuan any
thing definite. ' Mr. Hoogi wns ap
pointed chairman of a commlttco to
look Into this matter, and ho will
rcVl his papor next 'Monday.
k ELECTS. UFFIlJtKS
At Hio meeting of tho Consoll-
datcr P'ltieapplo Company this morn-
flog. tho. following dlicctora woro
elected: L. A. TliuiBton, F. II. Mc-
StocLer,' It. W. Shingle, P. M. Pond,
Q. '. Thlelan, A. N. Campbell, 3. II.
A completo report was submitted
by Mr. Howling, tho manager, in
which Is stated that thu plantation
vvns In excellent condition and with
tho fnvornbiu' weather n6v being ex
perienced, tlio prospects for tlio com
ing season woro good.
It Is reported that llje brldgo at Val
nlua will bo ilnli3it.il and ojea for trat
flco nti 1 o'clock today.
-?r.-..-1 i - ig
Real Estate -Agent
137 MERCHANT 'STREET
, i FOR SALE x ,
Residences on Berctanpj, Street,
anu otner propeny. . r
Jue?n Street is mi :? TTonoIaln
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