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DilLY and VrTEKLY' Published by BULLETIN JUBLISmNQ CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. -"
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Cntered al the PoetoBce at KoDolal
ae eecond-claii matter.
TUESDAY .".. ..MARCH 1, 1910
ED .... ,.ti....i ..r....
Order Is heaven's first law; and this
Some are, and' mast be, greater' than
'" the rest
More rich, more wise but who infers
That snch are happier, shocks all
. Alexander Pope.
Premier ABqulth outlines a lwllcy
that will finish tho House .'of Lords or
. know the reason why.
, Some of the- people In Honolulu
must be spending their time stack
ing dollars and watching tnem
Tourists who knock Honolulu are
few and far between. Most of that
sort or. work Is unfortunately done
by 'residents of the city.
After they get all these adulterated
food producers In prison, the 111 got-
ten gains will probably be used to
Invent a new system of cheating tho
Beets havo Anally reached a five
cent parity, and. this so startles Hon'o-
,..... .ltilti Investors that tho stock market
'""- gives occasional Indications of col-
Since other "malefactors of great
wealth" have been stepping into the
limelight, most everyone has forgot
'ten that John D.' Rockefeller Is on
niul ugalnst the scheme to subsidize
gulps which shall carry the Ameri
can flag upon tho seas of commerce",
has been made. What Is really do
sired now la action of some sort
either a proper subsidy or somo
practical substitute plan whereby
the American merchant' timrlno shall
become n factor on tho seas.
"What n reflection It Is upon the
United States that It has not enough
American-owned vessels on tho seas
to give serious competition to for
eign nations! i.lut, of graver lm-
tiort Is thn fnrr. IliAt tho t?rnnt bulk
of 'American exports firo carried In ,
forelgn-bullt ships, arid consequent-i
ly all tho millions and tens of mil- -lions
of dollars that nfo pttld yearly
on these shipments go into foreign
"This Is one good and sufficient
reason why there should be an
American merchant marine. I
"When the Panama Canal, shall
be completed, tho world's commerce
undoubtedly will be vastly Increas
ed, and hero Is another potent rea- "
son why.nn American merchant, ma
rine should be established. Now Is
the time tp act if It Is hoped to get
any share In this commerce."
Live in College Hills
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These lots are large; 100x150 feet
or larger. Prices vary from about 3
cents a square foot to 8 cents per
square foot, or a trifle more. Build
ing restrictions assure purchasers of
good neighbors. Many of the streets
are already- curbed: water, Ras and
electrio lights' are' right at hand; ab
solutely no pioneering.
1 1 lot, curbed, on car-line,
100x150; water at sidewalk, gas,
etc.; fine valley view. Price $1200.
21 lot, 100x266; beautiful view
of . mountains and ' valley . Price
31 lot, 12,500 sq. ft. $640.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Tho Canadian-Australian steamship
Maltal, duo tomorrow from Australia)
has room for but twelve passengers al
thotmh threw or four times that num
bcr havo attempted to book. Many of
theso Intending passengers nro Van
couver and Victoria people who havo
round-trip tickets, but the accommo
dations on the Maltal were taken even
when they arrived here less than al
month ago. Advertiser News Item,
" ARRIVES HERE
And at the present time there
Is as good a case to be made out
for thp suspension of the, passen
ger restrictions of the coastwise
law? as probably ever existed.
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. f KvldnMyuHr -tBwtkland"' see
Vniothfccaorerttuttau a trI1
-faround the world In the position or
'agent in charge of the returning
Portuguese Immigrants.. ,
Brought down to its final analysis,
the proposed case against American
shipping and In favor of foreign trans
portation tines is based on tho in.
ability of a-foreign steamship going
to 'a foreign port and in no way effect
ed by the American coastwlso ship
ping laws, to carry tho number of peo
ple ,booked for passage out of Hono
lulu, Honest facts show that passengers
could havo left this port on American
steamships during the period whon
tho congestion Is alleged to havo beau
the most oppressive, and lty would not
bavo been necessary for them to bunk
on cots outside the regular staterooms
In order to take their departure.
The British passenger ship nbotlt to
Why Pav Rent
When You Can
At These Prices
(Continued from'Saze li -the
door. As It was pitch-dark and
with no food or water, Mr. llussell
found himself In n tight place, as It
might have been several days be
fore the car was opened. He man
aged to escape after several hours'
hard work-loosening the nails which
held the window In' place.
While sneaking out 'of tho car he
was nabbed by "Rock Island Slim,"
LZT" , V" ZlL " Six-room cottage on Wilder avenue;
..-....., ....... .--. .- ... ,- modern unit nn-tn.rtate saouu
he lay .in a semi-conscious state and . ..
was. cared for by a party of tramps, EighU&canTlwOrSt'ory house on Ka-
who dragged hm Into shelter In the t,:3T,,,j;3iZ.. '.., i.HM
dry bed of a river. v is. $4000
The next adventuro was at Ells-'" --" u ' - T
worth. Kansas. A brnkeman to &$ f oh" Anapuni street.
"1:12 ; S , M, is one of the best buys on the
being allowed to ride on a coal 'car, '-f t' V'J".M"V"
throw tho "gentleman Gum" off the . I.''r''
train, then going at the rate! of 30 ',1 pnT.pTlT(,
rion.lv miud. ' ,.,. ,,. ,, ARE ALL BARGAINS
r , . t ., -. - y ,
.ng:Thr.nTrep.rtre.erstaned to BISHOP TRU COMPANY, LTD.
"leg it" to Denver. Ftar ten dayi (, ti- '' -
he walked across the Colorado 'des- gggT?!!gs
ert, and lived upon what he could kBJer(ot'j;rogSTCh4npel. flight ho sue
pick up. at the few ranches on the cecded In getting enough money
way. At Beveral of the farms he Jwlth'' which 'to purchase a ticket to
worked "for his bed arid board, ,tyy HonolulUj ;'",(' ,
running thrashing machines land llr. Russell ban spent twelve years
arrive from a British port and lenvorCBl'P'n woddi MlnOs shoes hnd( In Paris studying nt various schools
for a British nort Is .not effected by! hat, and with nothing on but an old and at Sorbonna, University. Ha
The way to communicate instant
ly. Ofllce open Sunday mornings
from eight until ten.
Those aro disagreeable days for
'Cotton kings, pork packing carles, and
Joleomargerine dukes. .It may be that
U ...!.. ...Ill mn.H.11.. ln .nn.n
iiu jivuinu nui vicuiumi; Knilt buuiv
clcase from the thraldom. . '
"The Ballinger controversy will'
Shave reached' the shorter" and uglier
stage about tho time. Theodore
itoosevplt arrives within hailing dlsJ
'Hanco of Washington.
1 Local steamship operators must
(hold- thomselvei . rcsDQnslble for a
'good share' of F tho Hraiisportatlod
mlsrepresentatton "as 'long' 'a' they
eitow lnaiscnminaie uooKings.
Theso alleged PrOhtottlonfsts have
(changed front so( many times that they
iuiv fciicavvucu nidi ti injifitaivub i.,,v
n tno necx, ana no two can give mo
mo opinion on whether they are
ping or coming. - . ' r.
Let .the neonlo who want to re
form things' '&ri "an nonest liberal
American plan get Into the .worst
Jof the precinct clu'js. Then they
Mil have a right to talk when th
JDnal plans are framed and the time
arrives for talking.
i jit may bo that1 the connection of thd
jClvlc Federation with the building or
'dlnance is what -arouses' suspicion
'that there Is something' Involved be
ildes public welfare. Get the Repub
llcan party behind it and .tho ordin
ance will go through.
When auto manufacturers) pro
duce a police-proof attachment, the
make should be popular In Hono
lulu, where It is not possible for the
speed-law violators to .scoot through
the town and out again, leaving the
police, and tho courts to whistle.
So llttlo Is heard of; the, response
Bsilllnger has made tp Plnchot'a tes
timony, that It Is reasonable t'o'Tj'c
llevo tho former forester was loaded
with sufficient grape nd canister to
silence all the -Ualllnger'battorles.' It
Is'hord to believe that PInchot would
have conducted himself as. ho hue
Without bclng'ahsohitely certain of his
sround and bis ammunition.
n-t -. -
Five-pent sutfRr has arrived for
Europe, and' they 'don't Know wheth
er'to be1 happy over the present pros
perity or sad-on account of its prob
able effect' an the 'boot' planting next!
spring. All American sugar producers
may be content In. consequence
of their .ability to point to the1 lower
price of our protected sugars when
compared-with what' the people must
pay .th.tBe'markets where sugar Is
there are .more
passengers offering for the trip of the
of the steamship Malta! than there
are acfommodations, it Is an Instanco
of the slight regard' the foreign steam
ships and' through lines havo for the
business of thlB port. They seek thd
through" traffic' and lour people, get
ting. on at, a way-station, have to take
anything that may be left,
Furthermore tho Maltal,- if wo be
correctly Informed, s a steamship that
was taxen on mo Australian line soma
years ago on account of its limited
accommodations. If the operators of
tho Australian through lino hdd the
regard for this port that all forefgri
steamship operators are represented
by tho coastwlBO suspensldnlsts ' at!
having, wh' should they put this smalt
steamer on4 this run at a time when
the demand for passenger accommo
dations to the mainland, is tho great-,
est ' ' ,
In their struggle o destroy what
American shipping we Btill have on
the Pacific, the enemies of the Ame
rican' merchant marine are making
themselves ridiculous,, as well as sus.
talnlng tboir reputation for disregard
for the' truth.
' "Just what the tourists will say when
they roach home, we will not' attempt
to predict but wo are certain that U
they tnko tho troublo to become ac
quainted with all' tho facts thoy .will
express wonder and amazement that
some of .the 'so-called Americans of
Hawaii .should tye.,B0 busy knocking
the transportation' facilities of their
black skirt and a. ualr of overalls. has . nlso resided-in, t Switzerland,
Mr.' Russell marched into UenW. j where he!, became a, football and ten-
cscie ua a buiicb ui icviutcs hid uuuuiiHuii, kiiiiu nuuo a UUU1Q lUi
before'-the Theosophlcal Society 'and
Visited many of the .'hospitals:
Finding- himself bnce 'more'" In
funds, he- determined to visit Los
Angeles; where his mother, Mrs.
Richard' Hovey, widow of the poet
of "Dartmouth College, resides. In
las Angetes Air. itusseu aeuverea
two' lectures ori Jesus. Hav
ing brought back from an four dif
ferent trips to Egypt and Palestine
several .copies of unciont "manu
scripts; Which shed a great deal' of
light upon'Jesus' life from the' age'
of ''12 to' 29, these lectures proved
highly-interesting to the hundreds
Who' beard them. This' period. In tho
life of Christ 'has been termed tho
most persistent secret of the past!
From Los Angeles Mr. Russell
took' advantage qt the cut-rate! wan
men Doing carried pn by tne 'steam
er companies, and took pnBsage to
San Francisco: In, that clty'ho In-,
himself In Oermanjr by scaling th,a
Bavaria', a rock .which only eleven
ohc'rrminHhave,,Vver' succeeded In
scaling. He alsoj witnessed the Pas
sion Play at Obernmm'ergau, which
Is being given this year.
In addition, Mr. Russell hasbeen
on the stage. and has acted with
Julia '(Marlowe; 'the has been pro
prietor of a tea-room in Parlsj ed
itor and promoter of a Persian pa
per:' a Jockey; 'pwn'er of n Jbuttor
factory In Normandy; manager of a
steam laundry;, proprietor of a color
fnctory, which ho started . with a
capital' of $40, and which Inter1 was
Incorporated at $16,000; author of
St. John of Acre, and Jesus as, anj
Essence. , '
. Mr. Russell claims as his bosom
friends Sarah Bernhardt and Re
glne; Anatolo France, with whom ho,
wont to London; Maeterlinck, Ed-
mond Rostand. .He has' twice been
Breve von Hcssen, who Is a cousin
of Edward VII. of England.
Fur so ynung a man Mr. Russell
Is not "yet 25 yenrs of ago very few
men have hnd such a checkered'
carter. Mr. Russell stated Inst
night that ho had witnessed lllci
iot's (light nerosj (ho English Chan
nel. "I saw him cross, nnlr about
35 minutes after he landed I saw
him faco to face. Illertot was as
pale as a ghost," said Russell, "The
great wonder of his flight waK 'that
he had, been nblo to II y through tho
vertical winds which rlso from the
cliffs of Dover. That was what Sci
entists had; declared ho would not
Mr. Russell Is charmed with Ho
nolulu and never tires of mention
ing the many, courtesies which havo
been extended to him by .the hos
pitable residents of this city.
"Our friend, tho Alderman, has had
qulto a number of political lovo af
"What do you mean?"
"First ho fllred with both factions,
then he won u nomination, wooed
fame, and now, ho Is courting an In
vestigation." Kansas. City Journal.
That, baby born In.. Chicago with
teeth, already developed may, be na
ture's nnswer to thoso who advoeati
a beef boycott.
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Hill! Ill alssflHaK jL 'llllllll
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tl s&f9tJR?mtmd 1 1 1 1 1
IINIllirTf'jMllvi 11 ill
of jef &
That is what some of tho best-dressed
Women in town have ptonounccd the
Women's Regal Shoe style shown
here and we have many other Regal
models just as dainty and smut ti'
this one.' '
aie aclnow Wgl to be the only ttaJr-to.we.AT
thoea that ttpioduce the litest New Yoilt cut
torn style irAie then ore r.tu. Theae Rrgil
modtli ate bound to tra your admiration.
Let u show them to you. '
Regal Shoe Store
King and Bethel
The REPAIRING of FINE
JEWELRY should' not be, left
to inexperienced and incom
petent hands. When yonr
diamond ring requires repair
Injj, you need ihe services of
an expert '
We are expert jewelry 're
pairers of many years' expe
rience, Your'work'ls safe in
our hands. ,
it F. Wichman
- &"Co.. Ltd,,'
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A loltcrtliax' 'lien VecelVoj Ijiio
Promotion Committee from" William
Hnrrlson nrntllcy, Consul Ocncrnl,
Amorlchn Consular Servloo, Montrqjl,
Canada, in wlilclt it mentions inai m.
Rrntlley was 'hero In 1S78. and lrts
vivid recollections of HawnII., Ills
letter to Secretary Wood Is given In
Montreal, Canada. Kcb. 1, 1010.
Secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Ho
; Dear, Sir: Your favor of December
1st, nlso. tlio nnnual camo duly ti
hand. I must, say I havo no copy of
vonr wall mnD.'but should bo clnil to
have. one: -,Tho fact Is,. Ilko mnnyi oth
ers, 1 I)CrSUUUU IIWU I1UIIUIUIII DUHIU
return for Kindly itospitniity oxieru
ed years ago.
Ab n fact, I llilttk It wan in,187S,
when I spout, soinc two -months llicro
introduced l'? my brotlierlp-law,
Henry Diamond, whono rather was ,n
one-time mlsflanarr there. When -I
left n rln
tho dncks' by n number of your load
ing people jvlllt hands claspcdi They
bade rue remember that their' hearts
would always bo around 1110, its their
hunds clasped circle wns then. What
with the wreaths' offloWcrs and tho
hymns of prulw'-cbatitcd'by tho old"
Kahntas, with tho Alohas of 'all tho
friends, yon "can Itmiglno that' I did
not leave wlllropt"deop feeling'
Twenty- years' In our Consular ser
vice on ine; continent' or Kurope havo
provente'd mo from meeting 'any of
thoBO kindly friends, but .tho1 memory
lcmnlns, and I should bo very glad
to be of uso to thcnii in. sotpe small
way. ' Yours Very. truly.
WM. HARRISON ORADLIaY, .
JTho Hawaiian hand will give n pub
IIV concert this evening nt Thomas
Square at 7:30 o'clock. Tho .follow
ing! program will bo rendered:
March Tho Crater (new) i jit .Lincoln
Overture Halrls' Latest Hits
(new) ...."... i. ......', Salter
Selection Honpyntoon Trail (now)
, ,';; Howard
Vocat-r-Hawallrin Songs.. 'ar, by'Uorger
Hulectlon A. Knltht for1'" it' Day
(now) j k. . .l Huhbcll
A Mun, a Maid, n -Moon, a Boat
(now) ,. Harris
was formed ttbout mo on blessings."
Finale Alameda Waltz now) s Lincoln
ThofStar 'Spangtocj Ilanncr.
for the dally
tervlewed' Paulhan, the great "avla- .presented (to the Kbedlvo of Egypt
tor, and by wining a narative about and Is nlsu acquainted with the Lan-
FIGHTING FOR OUR SHIPS.
While some Americans In Hono
lulu are struggling to gain an
amendment to Federal laws that
will secure a greater advantage to
the foreign passenger steamship
owners,- an Increasing ..number of
their. fellow citizens, on the main
land are making a hard fight to not
only retain yhat shipping we now
have under the flag, but to build up
a fleet of ahlps that will give our
ccfuntry 'a"respectables nierchaht ma
rine. Newspapers and leading men all.
over the country are coming to tho
support of the Administration meas
ure now" before Congress known 'ns
the ship subsidy bill. Among the
active supporters of a practical step
io be1 taken by this' Congress to re
vive tho American merchant marine
Is the chain of newspapers published
by Prank' Munsey, '
.Mr, Munsey's Philadelphia paper,
tho Eyenlng" Times, calls attention;
to tne bill now in congress by re
minding,, it's readers of the, pitiable
condition' of' our merchant marine at
the present day.
., "This question;" Bays tho Times,
"has ibean thoroughly) dobaed in
previous years. Every argument for
-7n.i a, t, cr-sc k if j tn, lift
v '.r ,t' '? $a - , la. I
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SPECf ALTAU SHOEMEB
JfV J Commencing ( ' ,
I ' Wednesday Morning, ---lu
fet" March 2,' at 'S'' AgM
'"lxee- If ' '' .o''1-ok, we will have on spfc-' y fgmiS&imBE ,
&9j V.J,1 cift'1 'sale wmal hundred lrSwWm '
':' feoiiCw' bIM ?airs or ttul 10Ci n'var'ous' 4 " sSr i?l
' ' ji These are sll0rt lin?s ("11- raSHP ' -.
' T,! .IfeiLuii ", we have nofRot all sizes ya. ' QsprV)?'
, " "j -ililll every line, but in the total y' --
' . vcry size can be had. 1, '",' y
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is -m a..Bjssi, .
Real Estate for Sale
l J ;i
Half -acre lot well planted in trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, ser
vants' quarters, etc.. AlLinROod'con
.dition. Orj the car line. Price $A750.
l. " t v n r- rt,J ,
MAKIKI DISTRICT '
Story and. ahal house, modern In
every particular, s'nitable.for small
family k bargain either as, a. home
or for ah investment. Price' $3350.
'- Acreage property in -Palolo .Valley,
Hanoa Valley and Kaimuki, .- .J
FOR RENT '' ' '
Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $60. .
!J. .!. . . .. kJT-r,
E.. P. REED & CO.refrular $4 nad
$4.50 tan Ox., in pump and libbon
. tie. effects. Welted, and turn soles.
Late to shapes'.
Sale Price, - $2.65
LAIRD, SCH0BER & CO'S hand-.
made 'imported iRussia Calf Ox., in
3-eyclet and pumps,; with inlaid
buckle effect. '
'' REGULAR PRICE $5.50
Sqle Price, - $3.65
Manufacturers' TM6e Co. Ltd.,
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eyelopihg a.nd Printing
Fore Strccl' near Hotel Street'