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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLCLU,
, T. II., FRIDAY, IT.!).' 23, 1910.
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LY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
nxu King- street, Honolulu, Territory or Hawaii.
lylcvcry day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
, MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
retllaco R. Purrlnjjton, - Editor
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r ' I Editorial Rooms,
nro rtccclvlnn no ono but our
selves." Tills belligerent declaration from
the man who presented to Congrcsi
the measure oinlod Ing tho admin
istration's views on tho best menus
for dealing with the. merchant ma
rine caused not tho slightest ripple
of excitement, jet It was Just ns
serious hs nnj thing said by Leslie
Shaw, n retired Secretary of tho
Treasury, or by a rutlred general of
Tho II u 1 1 o t J n does not be
llco that any of these g.onilcinen,
seriously conteniplato n war with
Japan any moro than that war vviui
Ocrmnny, ocr South Amcilcn,
canted any exceptional apprehen
sion, several years ago.
Tho main point Is that our nat
ural competitor In the Pacific Is our
naturnl enemy, nnd to bo unpre
pared Is to invito attack.
Despite the fact that ono of tho
wlo men nt tho Honolulu Civic Fed-
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Entered at the Tostoffice at Honolulu
as aecond-clase matter.
fa)AY FEBRUARY 25.
Ho that is liberal 1 practically objects of charity, nil on
all 'alike, may do a cood by account of tho fa 1 1 tiro of the pcoplo
fnever out of judgment.
-7-Bcanmont and Fletcher.
"hat Stock Uxchango record fol
ding I.3G Bttgnr Is a Joke.
Japan has no cnufe to worry
put" America as long as Its own
tsclcncd is clear.
to provide for universally admitted
needs. The tvventv-fotir men who
will glvo fifty dollars enrh nro as
much to blame for thlt condition
ns n tootle else. Sufficient taxes
should be lovlcd to glvo the public
school all 111"' want.
.Vrttililn ITminliilii hni-n n tnvnlv
Sc-lt union labor should refuse to
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.in. null UHCIIMU1
ct any political party drift Into
factional dictatorship, nnd It 13
Irking day and night for tho sue-
s of Its opponents.
course, the Inter-Island service
new passenger steamship.
JfS1' than ono would best provlda
lithe increased business of the
Boon they will bo 'hanglnsr the
ckiUxchango sheet In tho old cu-
feltyuhop, as "Exhibit A" in tho
taof tho brokers against the prlco
Inco, Philadelphia has gained a
utatlon for being nbout ns 'rot-
nsithey make 'em, thcro Is notlt-
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surprising in us striuo ocmg
nf tho worst on record.
Bchwcrln's declaration that tho
iuphrey ship. sub3ldy bill "Isntm-
ai lorpornio interests ueuuoraio-
fought not to hurt It with the
lle. alost cveryono talks as It
Inccd 'that no harm could bo
oYby hitting the Schwerln intcr-
.wlth a brick.
red'iWnldron was telling stories
ow,weeks ngo nbout how much
notyVas lost thtough tho laws
((the protection of our merchant
rlno. 'As tho town Is now very
ijfllled by tho pcoirfo brought tn
erlcrtu steamhslp'can H be that
(dtycxpeoted the additional thou
(tsjto camp In tt.e open andlcne
Ift'jullllons In tho Btreets.
Ippubllcnu commlttca members
ijdjpay ajdeceut nnd proper com
nenf to 'A. U. II. Robertson by
Ing him t'p name his successor as
lpnnl committeeman. Ills Judg
ritjln matters political has al
rslboen good, and his position on
Btb'cnch" should not prevent his
iking n suggestion ns to who
uld tnko up his political work.
kould'also bo depended upon that
conclusion would bo absolutely
alawnll 'should liavo a summer
Sol 'for Up teachers, by nil means,
JEwc) tr'ujt Superintendent Pope
ljscciiro tho funds ho asks. In
totally, wo hope every citizen
ijnpprcciata tho community lila
cs ex'ompllfled In the necessity
ithc f public schools becoming
Do the Supervisors Intend to pro
ldo for proper enro of women at
tho police station, nnd do tho wo
men intend to strike Impossible suf
frage tangents whllo overlooking
prnctlcal Work for their bcx to nB
suro for them ordlnnry human treatment?
MERCHANT MARINE AND -WAR
This war talk in connection with
(he campaign' for tho' support nnd
rejuvenation ot tho 'American mer
chant marine hns nothing especially
now nbout It. Congressman Hum
phioys, when ho Introduced tho snip
subsidy bill nnd explained Its do
tails, Is quoted In tho dispatches
from Washington as follows:
"Foreign ships now carry
nbout 95 per cent, of our com
merce. They nro receiving
nbout $200,000,000 from the
Vmcrlcan pcoplo for this ser
vice, nnd wo expend for them
in river nnd hnrbor Improve
ments $50,000,000 a. year.
"When tho Panama Canal Is
completed it will bo used al
most exclusively by foreign
ships. Wo will get tho glory
nnd they will get the com
merce. "I liavo frequently said, nnd
I say now, that I expect war
with Japan. Japan has 2C0
vessels fitted to entry soldiers.
The United States has perhaps
10. Japan could carry 200,
000 soldiers nt one time; tho
United, Statta ( not moty thnn
lOiOOjapanJia's more than
a "half'' mfflio'n trulned sailors.
Tho United States has less thnn
1000 to furnish crews for naval
"Japan could put 100,000
men In Hawaii nnd 2C0.0U0 In
thu Philippines in less than 20
days. Tho United Stales could
not place 50,000 men In tho
Philippines In the next two
)etirs, even In time of pence. If
wo were compollcd to employ
"An American citizen Is not
permitted to nttend . Japanese
school Ho Is 'not pormlttod'
to resldo th'cro, except In, cer
tain quarters assigned for that
purpose A1 short tlmo ngo
theso privileges were peremp
torily demanded by Japanese for
her citizens In this country.
This demand was granted.
Why? I am not divulging any
Stnto secrets In giving these
facts. All tho- rest ot tho
world knows our condition. Wo
A HOME FOR SALE
In Punnhou diitrict. One
story house: 2ibedr.ais; 7
rooms; modern plumbing,
electrio lights, Rns.for cook
injr; lare lot! nne lawn
and trees. Price $3250;
cash or ten
Trent Trust Go., Ltd.
eratlon's public meeting called for
tho purpose of nsslstlug in tho de
struction of tho American merchant
mnrtno In theso waters, declorcd
that nil tho navy needed In these
dnvs was mechanics "and electri
cians, tho fnct lemalna that tho
leaders of our nation know that n
navy not properly supported by n
strung merchant marine is moro
dangerous than n gun that kicks.
Your navy inspires n feeling of con
fidence that it not Justified.
Consequently, tho leaders -nro
driving home facts In n manner that
will attract the attention of the peo
ple. They ore exaggerating to tho
extent of suggesting Immcdlato
conflict. They must do this to
arouse tho busy men with their
noses deep In tho game of dollar
getting. ' 1
Tho campaign made this year Is Six-room cottage on Wilder, avenue,
ono that will not accept defeat with- modern and up-to-date. .... . .S3500
out n llrst-clnss struggle, nnd dc-
Why Pay " , Rent
When You .Can
At These Prices
1. 1. c.'i Snnfay Morning
1'rr.iu C ,. 10
feat Is by no means probable
Whllo this mainland work is go
ing on, It ill becomes tho Territory
of Hawaii to bo found among tho
active enemies of tho American mcr-
EiRht-rocm, two-story house on Ka-
niolani street; elegant location
Six-room house on Anapunl street.
IUIUUU1 SUCCl. ,! ..1, ,...,, 1I..I l
chant marine, although that Is tho This is one of the best buys on the'roa,lyi Wc ,nn ,nnst ot nll ot
sine on which some oi us leaning jauinci jiuu
citizens nro lined up today.
ARE AIL BARGAINS
BISHOP TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
lMltor E v 0 n 1 n g n u 1 1 0 1 1 n:
Does Honolulu care to know what them together, the expression would
the visiting Bjraugor thinks of tho bo unanimous. '
1910 Floral Parndo? I Give tho average person tho ciod-
It means something to ono who
travels nbout when he sees tho bc3t
thing In this line r.ftnr taking in
tho cntiro Porlola Festival at San
Francisco, and witnessing sonic ot
tho finest dUplajs In the East. Ho
nolulu this year gavo tho best thing,
it nf belnc observant. And don't
think, ot who toolr such pains and,
expended bo much effort, that the
tourist trapsing about the streets
prior to tho pallida failed to take in
tho many groups of school elilldieu.
or collcgo undcrgraduatcs!or prl
size considered, jthnt the writer litis vatc citizens, or business" mtri, hara
ever seen, and they liavo boon not
a few. It Is wholly needless to ro
hcarso tho wldo variety and skilfully-executed
conceptions seen on
Tuesday. Nothing better ns to
quality appeared In either of tho
two major parades in tho recent San
nt work on some float or automo
bile or feature that was to figure
In Tuesday's event. Somo of us saw
it nll, nnd thought highly ot a com
munity that would expend itself so
lavishly on n spoctaclo that, In
transpiring, would consumq but an
'hour of so then Lccomo history. It
making tholr returns, meeting obli
gations, ami straightening accounts.
There nitiiit havo been men who
guve hundreds dt dollars' worth ot
their tlmo .and thought to m.tko this
annual event it success this jcar,
And how nbdut tho hosts ot willing
persons who woro Inconvenienced,
or who loaned" property or contrlu-
uted their; services gratul ously?
Som'o ot tho imnllhlnls, nt least,
think of all theso.
Tho wholo thing Impresses tho
outsider mighty favorably. Such n
community U worth looking Into,
whoso efforts went unnoticed am
( it silngly) unappreciated. What
would tho parade have been without
them? J. II. It
Honolulu, February 25.
ndltor"Bvoiilnri Dullotlu: I
cnclobo tho following pross mat. or for
jour Information. It' will ausltit uu In
getting an accurato census of the Ter
ritory if j mi will publish this material
either in L.ibfclanco or In full, ns your
conveniens iluy dictate. Wo thall
tend jia, matter later, as It Is
rccoWt'cj ..w..i Washington.
ery truly ours,
.vicTcm s. claiu:
Chief Special Ajent.
and tho nnswer should glvo tho num.' '
ber of years married to tho present I
husband or wife. Thus a woiu.li! who 1
may liavo been man led for 10 years'
to n former husband, but has been mar-,
rled only 3 jears to her present hi"-,
band, bhould bo returned as married 3
5 cars. Tho number of jcara entered
Bhould bo tho number uf completed
'u.tra. A poruon who on April 15, thu
"Census Day," has been married 1! I
years and 11 monthn should be ro-j
turned ns hiarrled 3 5 cars. For a por-1
sou married less than 1 year, tho entry J
Is to bo "0," meaning less than 1 5 car.
In tho caso uf persons speaking Pol
ish or reporting that they were born
In Poland, which Is no longer an Inde
pendent country, the enumerator Is to
inquire whether' tho birthplace was In
what is now known its Ocrinan Poland,
or Austrian Poland, or Itusslan Poland,
nnd ho must vvrlto tho nnswer accord
ingly ns Poland (dor.), Poland (Aust),
or Poland (Itiiss.),
If tho blrtlrphico reported is Canada,
tho uinitiiurutur In ii'tuini'ii ro rretr
v.'hclhcr tho person Is of Fngllsh or
Ficnch descent 'and vvrlto Canada
(ling;), or Canada (Fr.), according to
Tho question calling for tho year of
Immigration to tho United States np
1 lies to nil foreign born persons, malo
mjd fomalo, of whatever nge. It should
Lo answered, therefore, for every Her
eon whoso blrthplnoa was In a for.
clgn country. Tho enuincratdr must
enter tho year In which Iho person
came to Uic United States. It ho I1.10
been In tho tjnllcd States more ilinn
onco, tho year ot his first nrrlvnl Is to
Tho Inquiry vvhelher naturalised or
nllcn applies only to foreign-born male
SI years of ngo and over. It does not
njH'ly to females, to torclgn-born min
ors', or to any male bom In tho United
Stutcs. If the poison wns born abroadi
but has becomo n full citizen clthor
by taking out'sccond or final paper of
naturalization or through the natural
ization ot his parents whllo he was
under tho ago of 21 jenrB, the cnumqr
ntor is Id vvrlto "Ka" (Tut naturalized).
If ho has declared his Intention to be
come 1111 American 'cltlzeu and taken
out hl3 "first parcrs," tho enumerator
Is to write "Al' (for alien.) J'
Tho Inquiry na to tho ability to
speak English applies to nil perilous
10 years of ngo or over. If English la
ipoken. tho enumerator must wrlto
"English" in tho proper column. If
tho pcrbon enumerated Is not able to
speak English tho enumerator Is 're
quired, In such cases only, to vvrlto out
tho name of tho language spoken, ns
French, German, Jtallun, etc. Jf moro
thnn ono languago IS npokan by n ror
ton who, hqw overdoes not speak Eng
lish, then tho efiuninratpr Is to wrlto
tho uamo of that Uusty'ige vhlcli la
Ids natlvo lun'itiaxo or inuther tongue.
The REPAIRING, of PINE
JEWELRY should,not be left
to inexperienced' and incom- t
pctent hands. When your
diamond ring rer-nircs repair
ing, you need the services of
We are expert jewelry re
pairers of nany years' expe
Tlence. Your work Is safe in
fl. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
I woudcr If nnyliody of nil tnoso tool: weeks to corsummato a pag-
vvho worked so hard sat back on enni that faded In an hour.
Wednesday morning and askotl 1 Let mo lomnrk that no- comrau-
tbemsolvcs If It was worth while fnlty I havo over ceen hast business
If anyone appreciated It? Undoubt- men that get together so quickly
cdly; but while I nm but 0110 ot '
hundreds of strangers who enjoyed
tho Floral Parade, I happen to bo
ono who overheard comments from
scores of mallhlnW whoso approval
nnd appreciation were keen nnd sin
cere. Pcoplo think of those things,
evon If they do not put their oen-
nnd eo unitedly on public-spirited
propositions. Think of tho money,
will you, that theso men got shed
ot In Mipporting this event?- Ap
peals woro hourly, not dally, occur
rences, and pleas for money pourod
In from nil quarters. And all wcro
honored. Ask some ot tho monlcd
tlmcnts Into words, always. I wish men ot tho city what tho 1910 Flor-
all tho visitors could glvo n rising al Parado cost them,
vote of appreciation to tho business Then, wo think of tho committees
men of Honolulu for this' year's nut) chairmen nnd individuals who
Floral Parade. if you could get vvoikcd for days nftcr tho parado,
' BVEN1NQ SMILES
mjuiuib juhu iruui iuo city vvua uuiuiuuw nuj -, yui u qon t.
king a tour through tho country in -' city man.
automobile, and nftor having coy-
Taj good many miles his unto for
pot ronton refused to go further.
wover, fortune favored tho young
Tnjono' way. Thero was n fnrm-
liojfflshort distance away, and liltli-
tiurtfilcnd hurried tn procuro tho
Km V 4 1 ..
easary toqla, Tho fanner- gladly
hlmumvii a monkey-wrench nud
Iwdrlver; IIo also- nccompantiiil
Jtoltho,Eceno of action. It hap-
eqinai me lurnicr vvns wiiuiiuig a
Ihf. nm! this wns Komcthlnir now to
'ItKinan, ns also was IhQ auto tho
taldlthb farmer, "And what do you
? this, rigging?"
larpity jiiau tm a -Know it air
)r3iThur8 an automobile."
irmer''lWhat doea uutumobllo
ty2Man"SomelhInB that goes by
nt'.i.'thlnks tho city mn'n.'I won-
liwliat' that thing Is ho IS' so busy
JlffBa at last ho gathers up coitr-
auii,asxrtnu iiirmer, -vviinis mat.
Tho wllo of a prpmlncnt Universal.
1st minister tells tho following story ot
ono ot her nnccstors of som'o fifty
j cars ago. Upon his loturn from his
first visit to an orthodox Sunday school
his mother Inqulicd: "Well, my sou,
what did )ou lonm?"
The youngster replied: "Well, I
learned thero was n heaven and I
learned thero was n hell; but Bay, ma,"
ho added onrnostly, "I don't bollovo
thrio 1b a hell or wo could smell It."
Tito regular Thursday ovcnlng pray
cr meeting of Ilev. mack's church was
being held. After a song or two, tlio
minister announced: "Deacon Todd
will lead us in prayer."
But tho good deacon was fast aBlccp
and blissfully niiioiitelous of tho min
Again the minister said: "Deacon
Todd will lead," Ily this time a kind'
ly neighbor, utter 'vigorous punches in
inoiiliiiorluiintiMleucon'ii rUs, had sue
cccded In awakening him. Just uu thu
minister tliumiercd forth for tho thlid
time: "Deacon Todd will lead."
"Oh, no," drowsily murmured ho
dcttcou. "I dou't lead; I Just dealt.". ,
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 the car line. Price $4730.
. MAKIKI DISTRICT
Story and n half house, modern in
every particular, suitable for small
family a bargain either ns a home
or for attj' investment. Price $3250.
AcreaRe property in Palolo Valley,
ilanoa Valley and Kaimnki,
-FOR RENT .
, Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $60.
NATIVE AND FOREIGN
Census Bureau's Instructions Regard
ing the Enumeration of Them.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 10. What
tho census enumerators aro required
to learn regarding tho placo of birth
ot native-born and foreign-bom per
sons', nnd other personal facts con
cerning tho latter class, in taking tho
Thirteenth United Stales Census, be
ginning Apiil 16 uoxt, Is fully set forth
in tho printed Instructions prepared by
tho United States Census Bureau to
guldo them In filling tho iiopiilntlon
schcdulo.. It Is pointed nut that nil tho
questions rclato only to conditions ex.
lstlng on April 15, tho "Census Day."
On tho Biibjcct of placo of birth of n
native-born livrton the Instruction!:
stnto Hint if tho person was born In
tho United Stutcs tho enumerator h
to glvo tho Slato or Territory T(not city
or town) In which born. A person born
In what is now West Virginia, North
Dakota, South Dakota, or Oklahoma
chould ho icporlcd as ro born, although
at tho tlmo or birth the particular iv
glon nnty havo ljatl n different name.
Itolativo to conjugnl condition, thy
enumerators arc to roport whether
tho person is slnglo, married, wldovvod,
or divorced. JInrrled persons nro 10
bo askod'lf they havo been niarrlcdjio
fore. If tho present marrlago Is "tho
first, tho fnct Is to bo lifdlcated by tho
sign "SI 1;" but It It Is' tho second or
subsequent marriage, then tho enum
erator la to wrlto'"M 2," meaning mar
ried moic than once.
Tho question culling for tho number
ot years,of tho present map-Iago Is de
clared by tho Census Duroaii.to apply
only to persons rejiortod nsinarilod,
HE AM '
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At flvo minutes to eight tuts morn
ing 11 flro alarm was turned In from
box C2 nt the corner ot'IJeretanla and
King stiects. IJw tlvo vvaa, In tho
same dwelling ns that of couplo ot!
days ngo. i
Tho flro brigade was quickly In nt-.
tiiidanco. but tho neighbors had estab
lished a buckot party, nn.l the flnmcj
wcro subdued ,bcforo Chief Thurston 3
men nnlvod on the scene.
Tho only damarr done was to somo
clothing that, war; hunglng on nails;
It wns suggested that nn electric light,
vvlro had caused tho blaze, but us tho
flro startod low down near tho Hoof,
and the wre Is nbovc, it is 11 myutory j
how tho, trouble started.
Tho room vvhero tho flro broko out
Is occupied by Chine Pin who ileal?
In haidwaro and other goods. Tho
flro of,Tiiesdjy Inst wna in tho soflio
building only In tho back Instead of
tho front. '
Democratic hopes aro now engaged
In, recortl-brcakliiB uvlntlon feats.
y r y
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Soaled Tenders will bo received
nt the office ot tho Superintendent
of Public Works until 12 m. of
Thursday, March 10, 1910, for fur
nishing tho department with 2600
It. of 4-Inch galvonlzcd water pipe. 1
Delivery to bo made f. o. h. whnrf,
Honolulu. Intending blddors will
stnto tlmo of delivery. '
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works rejerves tho right to reject
nny or all bids. I
Superintendent ot Public 'Works.
February 23, 1010. 4552-lOt
New arrivals of many
pretty exclusive patterns.
Styles that have distinctive
"The SUNBURST TIE," a
nrctty open work design,
made of Dull Kid, handsome-,
ly jet-beaded, on a dainty
Our Price, $4.50
Others in Patent Kid-0oso
Calf and fine Glace Kid.
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant Streets
elihe name that stands for good framing.
Prints? French Mirrors,
Fore Street- near1 Hotel Street
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