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BVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLTJLP, T. II.. THOnSDAY, MAn. 3, 1010.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 180 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Doily erery day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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THURSDAY '. .".V. .'..."
Such dainties to them, their health
it might hurt:
It's like sending them ruffles when
wanting a shirt.
If tlc mainland storms follow the
snmo route as tlio cold wnve. Ha
ull should bcglu to got ready fur
a real blow. ,
Any session of the legislature
without Claudius McUridc and his
pretty top hat will bo a fame "atfalr
hardly worth mentioning. I
That two hundred dollars redded
to the salary qf legislators ought to
coter tho Increased price of living
in Honolulu as compared with lust
John D. Uocke,fellcr appealing to
Congress for a method ot disposing
of his great wealth, tmm raise tho
question ot tho moral ight ot Con
gress to lme .nnyUyn,to do with
Most every politician hopes
they'll forget that prohibition reso
lution In Congress. Hut Congress
would seem to have no other coumo
than to pass tho measuro on which
both sides agreed.
Tor tho benefit of tho Bulle
tin, It may bo repeated that
there uro lies, damn lies and
i.Ullities.AvdVeNI.erV ' ; " "'
Thanks. And Just'to' remind" the'
Adertlier thathcre Is no lll-wlll,
it may bo 'repeated thaftbo morning
paper's coastwise suspension Jaw
campaign has enjoyed a complete
monopoly of lies and damn lies!
Another splendid scoop was scored
by tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n'a Washington
Bcrvlco jesterday, on tho report ot
,Hnvall's bill for the amendment of
itho Organic Act halng passed the
Senate. This Is by all odds tho
most important matter befora Con
gress so tar as tho domestic affairs
of these Islands are concerned. Of
flclals as well as the public gained
their Information on the action of
the Senate 'through this paper, even
'tho Associated Presi having missed
the great news story ot the day for
,thls Territory. This Is another re
minder that jou must have the
11 u 1 1 e t i r If you want, tho .news.
. TROUBLES OF LU3S1ANS.
, Russian Immigration Is undergo
ing n trial that has some very un
'pleasant features, Qnd not the least
of those Is ".the attitude of persons
jlntlmatel associated with tho lm -
migration or possiuiy uisappoimea
because thby are not more intimate
ly connected with t:io work.
It appeal's that all tho evil report
,mado public coucernlng the work
done by the representative of the
Hoard of Immigration In Harbla is
purported.jo originate with Mr. Pc
relstrous, '.'Who was Instrumental in
getting the immigration board ac
quainted with tho Russians,
This udvqrso criticism has been
aired tlnouh the morning paper.
ctfft . it is also pretty well establtsnea
,that Porelstrous was very anxious
Juat the prpsont editor of the Ad
vertiser shpuld bo the representative
to accompany him on the Russian
Immlgratlo'njmlsslbn. Rut' the Hoard
of Immigration did not boo It that
, Very reliable information places
tho edltorjof the. Advertlsor as tho
Governor'a"'.'(nformant regarding tho
Vt troubles of'tlio Russians on the
And It Is- very apparent that tue
',. morning IHipqr icois wiub 11 couia
K. finnrllM .1A " T7msln ..a n.i.li halt..
- than the representatives of the Ha-
' gallon piqbters' Association or the
MrepreEentatljrcs of tho Board of Im
?( These facjts am worth remember
ing wuen ono is striving io uraw
conclusions' on whether nil tho trou-
l" lilftmflbnrg al-n M lii. fntiml nmnnf
the lgnornpt Russians.
Just what to do with these mis
guided nnd distressed Immigrants Is
hard to say. Common humanity de
mands thattt least tho women and
children sfiffl have food und protnc-
business fori tliotown and tho Tcr-
''fjt6ry'that,"any people brought horo
unJcn tueuuspices of mo Territorial
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Itr Sl Moataa 0 .Bo
Fti Year, uipttnit In U S I.00
Pit Year, tnrnlim a Cnili,, I. Bo
PrYu potlpald, loKti Xoo
tnttrtd ftt tht PoMoffic at llooolali
&i econd-cUu matter.
government, nnd at tho expense of
tho tnxpncrs, should undergo seri
ous prhatlons. though their mlsfor
tunes nro purely tho result ot their
own folly, fostered by Ignorance.
It might bo n cry good step for
the Goornor to personally visit theso
people nnd talk to them. They are
hero nt tho solicitation of tho peo
ple, nnd l.o represents tho tax
The potty features must bo elim
inated, and immigrants, whether
brought hero from Harbin or Ma
deira, must not be allowed to suffer
for necessities ot life.
If tho Russians will not work they
must be cared font hy, the Territory
and sent baqlUi.oi-.Thatiils: .what it
will come to ,ln tho Una) showdown,
and the sltusfioni'Shauld ba faced on
that basis. on jiijr ,R!I .
inin'JIlt' il'J V
tlon of UhwuiUHo ?llio limited
States carni thbralslrig-'of tho
penalty 6h hf olgV vessels car
,rylng paflejige.raejw Araer
Ican portt(1frij1W95ip,t1T(o hun
dred dolladHpRvpassengoTr Ever
Blnce annexation, 'thiS prohibi
tive penalty has booS'ln force
and enforced, and. -not ono '
. steamer has been'ullt under
j the American 'gag' as j. re
sult. """ ""
,...,. TJlroast wjaej laws, so jfnr os .
mui phase of them under "dis
cussion is concerned, did not
bring tho Wllhelmlna. Her
builders and owners acknowl
edge that: the passenger re
quirements ot Hawaii 'did not
bring any of tho American-Hawaiian
steamers; their build
Not one steamer, essentially
a passenger boat, has gone on
the run and Bomo"havo been
Gobs ot wisdom that are dripping
from JJie penpolnts el' the enemies of
American shlpplng&i ,these waters
fej njftiej JoscAtemplatc
"-They Bn'EwBiKwget nwny from
theyt (fought tinstone IVllhclmlna i
a freight boat, and v any steamship
that carrcs freight In conjunction
with passengers Is also a freight
This is Interesting, but we doubt
that it will have as much "Influence
In Washington" as that remarkable
assertion about'' statistics not count
ing in. n matter ifke the American
law for tho protection ot tho ship-
jpng of our.country In tho Pacific,
It Is well to note that, Judgod by
tho rule under which the Wllhel
mlna Is scheduled among the freight
boats ot the Pacific, there is uot an
"essentially passenger bopt" under
any (lag coming toT)r regularly leav
ing this port at .call.
What local steamship is there In
theso wa'ters today that could exist
as "essentially a passenger boat"?
What owner of the steamship Wll
helmlna is authority tor the ac
knowledgment that she was not
built for n passenger boat?
If this bo true, how Is It that
thoso traveling on this liner and
those who have visited her declare
that tho passenger accommodations
are the most comfortable ot those
offered by any steamship that calls
nt this port?
What do they call 'tho steamship
Sierra that is being fitted up for
this traffic? Is she a passenger ship
or a freighter? -
If she were ono of those lovely
foreign boats (hat fan not now tnko
passengers fromjlonojulu, she would
doubtless bo touted as a passenger
steamship, but since she Is under the
flag ot the American republic It Is
reasonably safe to presumo that she
wll be dubbed as, one of those hand-mo-down
freighters with incidental
nlchos for a few passengers.
An essentially passenger boat
could not live In these waters under
any flag, except U bo a Japanese'
stoamcr put into the local trado
under a suspension of tho coastwise
Hhlpblng.Iaws and heavily subsidized
for iho particular purpose of run
ning American thlps out of busi
ness, f,hpt 9 theway, ,lt cane bo
done, nnd thai Is'tho.wny it will 'be
done If the suspenslonlsts havo their
WELL IN HAND
(Continued from Page 1.)
on tho Puget Sound, Including Vic
toria nnd Vancouver, and other
points in Canada ns far cast ns Win
nipeg. The 8poknne excursion
brought many from Idaho nnd Mon
tana points. I made it a special
point to Intcrvlow theso whenover
possible, nnd find many of them In
terested in Hawaii, nnd they cx
prssed both tho desire nnd Intention
to visit Hawaii next season.
"Among tho visitors nt tho ofllco
during the season, 1 have noted quite
a number who expect to visit Hn
wnll with a tlew to locating perma
nently. "I am at present giving special
attention to the volcano. For ln
stnnce, Monday I mention it tn con
nection with Knplolanl's defiance of
Pcle, and show ono lcw. Tuesday,
after completing the tour ot Oahu,
I tell them that a trip to Hawaii
without a visit to tho crater is like
a tour ot Southern California with
out a visit to Los Angeles; nnd urgo
all to allow tho necessary time to
see it. On Wednesday I mention it
In connection with the nhservntorv
being established there, telling them
thnt It Isbccauso of tho fact that
Kllauea Is alwaB active and never
dangerous that this observatory was
located there. I show ono view on
this occasion. Thursday being Vol
cano Day, a full and complete de
scription ot both craters Is given,
although I have few good views of
Haleaknla. On Friday, In touring
tho group, I again mention both cra
ters, showing a few scones, and close
the week's course by noting in the
Saturday lccturo that tho greatest
attraction of Hawaii Is in her vol
canoes, which are tho largest In tho
world tho one active, tho other ex
Mr. S. A. Hutchison, manager ot
tho tour department of the Chicago,
Union Pacific nnd Northwestern
lines at Chicago, writes under dato
of February 7: v
"We expect to havo fifteen to
twenty in our special Honolulu
party, leaving San Francisco March
Mr. W. M. Milne, tour manager for
the Los Angeles Examiner, writes
under date ot February 19 that ho Is
having splendid success with hln Ho
nolulu-Orient party, which is sched
uted to leavo San Francisco by tho
S. S. Mongolia, August 9.' Over one
hundred are already booked, and he
Is confident that fully two hundred
will make tho trip.
The agent of the Chicago, Milwau
kee and ,Puget Sound Railroad at
Tacoma writes that ho expects to
bo able to announce a through ser
vice to the Orient, via Hawaii, .with
in a short time.
A mainland trust company, mak
ing a specialty ot building apart
ment' houses, stnto that', frgm re
ports received, they nro favorably
Impressed with the Idea that Hono
lulu otters a cood Mold, for their lino
of work, and ask tor further infor
Dy the last mail we received up
wards of fifty requests .from nil parts
of tho world for copies of -our map,
"Tho Crossroads of tho Pacific."
I am pleased to be able to report'
that Honolulu will soon have a firm
catering especially to sightseeing
parties, Mr. W. M. Mlnton having
prdercd, by catfe, two up-to-date
automobiles for this purpose. Upon
the arrival ot theso machlucs, Mr.
Mlnton will make up a, regular
schedule, leaving the Promotion
Commltteo rooms at certain times
during the week tor different points
Of interest. Each car will bo in
charge ot a competent guide.
iRctoroi Interest. In tho .yearly, ,Flcfr-
Water house Trust
Real Estate for Sale
Half-aore lot pell planted in trees, '
with two-bedroom house, triable, ser
vants' quarters, etc. All in good con
dition. On the car line. Price $4(750.
Story and a half house, modem in
every particular, suitable for small
family-, bargain cither as a homo
or for an investment. Price $3250.
Acreage property in Palolo Valley,
Hanoi Valley and Kaimuki, .
Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $60.
Live in College Hills
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 street
arc already curbed water, gas and
electric 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.
- - 1 lot, 100x266; beautiful view
of mountains and valley .Prica
W3 1 lot, 12,500 sq. ft. $640.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS
FOR THE H0MESEEKER
"AND THE INVESTOR
Six-room cottage. Large grounds;
good modern house. Price. . . .
Seven-room cottage on Pensacola
street. This house has all the
modern conveniences and is in
the best of condition. Large lot,
98x220 ft., well improved. If
yon are looking for a snap, here
it is. Price....'. $3500.00
Large lot, 100x300 ft., improved,
with two modern houses. This
property is in the best of con
dition, and is an excellent in
vestment. Price ....... $8000.00
FOR QUICK SALES AND SATIS-
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B1SH.0P TRUST' COMPANY,
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al Parade and carnival lapses, 1
would suggest that' the committee
'offer a prize ot ono' hundred dollars
for tho postbr to ndrerttsothe 1911
parade. The earlier 'tills Is done,
the hotter, for as Boon' as a design
is accepted, our local printing Urins
should bo asked for1 wlfls, and inas
much j'V1i1b clasi'ilflworlc can not
be dono In Honolittu.ithey should
have time to-Securo'Tirlces from the
mainland. The demand for the 1910
postal cards and (.tickers' will war
rant the printing uf -oublotho num
ber wo had-this ear. Respectfully
submitted, H.t'P. WOOD,
"CRY' FOR FOOD
(Contlnned from P&aa II
talking of fighting for whatthey term
their rights 1b pronounced by thoso
who havo mingled wlththo, immigrants
as buncombT" '
Tho now arrhals while in soro dis
tress aro a pcaqcahlo lot ot people.
There has been no demonstration
whatsoever upon the' part of tho Rus
sians against tlio mandates ot tho lo
cal authorities. They left tho Dish
op wharf yesterday afternoon, peer
ing not the slightest objection to tho
change of base after the matter had
been .explained to them through tho
A mnvpfrtnnt wnotnn.fnnt tlila mn,n.
Ing towards prOYlilfog.tho Immigrants
The way to communicate instant
ly. Office open Sunday mornings
from eight until ten. '
with sufficient food. At any rato somo
of tho mora charitable Inclined havo
taken It upon themselves to look after
tho welfare ot tho hundred or moro
joiiiik folks and Infants.
To Probe Store Prices.
At Wednesday's meeting of tho Ha
waiian Plantora Association a rosolu
tlon was passed that will result in a
general rovlow of tho prices charged
cmplQH's at tho arlous plantation
stoics or tho Territory. This wns
brought about by charges that prices
at tho plantation stores aro exception
ally or unnecessarily high. Returns
from all tho stores controlled by Bugar
corporations will be secured.
MINIMUM TARIFF IS
PLEASING; TO JAPAN
Commercial Interests Elated Hope
or favorable Action on Exclu
sion Is Rife.
TOKIO, Fob. 20. The announce
ment that tho United States will
rant its minimum tariff rates to'
Japan, which was communicated to
tho Foreign Office by Amoriccn AnlJ
uassador ooncn and published in
all tho newspapers, has been re
ceived by the commercial Interests
of the emplrejjith the liveliest sat
It wn? stated at the Foreign Of
fice todc tint tho governmeut never
had doub .1 that the United States
w uld thus reciprocate, proving to
the world that America desired tho
best of trado relations with this
The leading newspapers comment
conservatively on the action ot the
committee on immigration of tho
House ot Representatives in unani
mously voting to report favorably
tho Hayes exclusion bill.' Thoy ex
press the conviction that C6ngress
will not pass that measure, which,
whllo not mentioning Japan,- novel-
thelesq would prevent subjects of tho
Emperor from exercising tho treat;'
rights which tho Japancso govern
ment practically waived without
convention out ot consideration for
the wishes ot the people ot the Pa
cific Coast ot tho United States two
Since then Japan has prevenlde,
by her own regulations, tho emi
gration ot Japancso laborers to the
United States. Howovcr, tho news
papers and public do not show the
least Ill-feeling over the matter, and
there Is no evidence of a tendoncy
The Bulletin PnblUhlnf ,Go
Ltd., is agent (or the best engravini
and lithographing comnuvy on
the Paciflo Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every,kind.
Also prices and' samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Card,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
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MYSTERY OF SILK
Korean Stole Goods From
The House Of a
Chief McDufrto has cleared uu tho
mjstcry of the silk kimono as tho caso
Is known nt the police Btatlon. I-nst
Tuesday night tho chief noticed a Ko
rean who appeared to bo trying to
sneak along-King street, near tho Moat
Market, and who seemed to bo an
xious to avoid attention at tho hinds
of the police.
Tho Korean ,was arrested and In his
possession was found a silk kimono
lnsldo ot which two fountain pens, a
silver pencil nnd a coat wcro wrapped.
The Korean, whoso hamo Is Pnk
Hung Soon, claimed that ho had found
tho goods on tlio street at .WalklkL
This morning, however, a Japanese
named Mnsu Chtao appeared "n't tho
detective bureau and, after describing
the articles thnt wcro in tho possession
of tho polite, was allowed to see them.
Ho at onco Identified tho kimono nnd
other goods nnd said that thoy had
been stolen from his houso on Aula
lano near tho Buddhist tcmnlo.
Pak Hung Soon was then charged
with larceny In tho second degrpo and
ho will havo to appear In court tomor
5,000,000 POUNDS OF
COTTON F.OR TIRES
Best Fabrics Must Be Used to Make
the Best Possible Casings.
To tho great majority of users an
nutomobllo tiro Is nothing moro or less
than nn Inflated circlet of rubber. Per
haps a bad cut or blowout may bring
to view tho fabric construction and
thereby In a hazy sort ot way Impress
tho user that tlicro is something clso
than rubber In tho tiro, but ho rarely
stops ,to think ot tho pirt that It plays
in providing uro Brcngm. bo impor
tant a factor Is tho cotton fabric In tho "" "' " nl"D '"""' """' """"IT',
manufacture of automobile tires thatJ" the h"' U Z11 b? re,,mbf,1
tho weaving of silks and fabrics forftnat Qulnn s machine Is alleged to
my lady's garments aro not attended
with mora care and critical supervision
than accompanies tlio making or tiro
rabrlcs; and, strnngo as it may seem,
this tiro fabric costs moro per yard
than excellent grades of silk sold over
tho counter at.a, dojlar a, yard, or even
Cotton cloth, as It Is used in tho
making of tho best nutomobte tiros. Is
ono' of the moat expensive fabrics
tho expense brought about lfirgelyby,
tho extrehlo care that'' attends .'every
detail ot Its making. Flrt ot all,
cotton is used in preference to silk
or linen because It better withstands
vulcanization' and effects' a closer
union with tho rubber. Any kind of
cotton . will iiot answer for tiro' fab
rics. It must o tho long staple. Sea
Island grndo, to start with, ami tho
longer tho stnplo or fiber the greater
the tonsllo strength of tho woven cloth
So exacting Is the system, of inspec
tion that In tho combing proqess often
nair oi mo cotton is discarded ana de
clared unfit for use on account of tho
shortness of the fiber. In volume, It Is
safo to .say that c 000 000 pounds of
cotton aro used annually In tho v,cav
Ing of cotton fabric tor automobile
tires, and tho cost Is perhaps halt that
number In dollars to tho tiro manurac
ITALIAN INFANT 18
BORN WITH TEETH
Has Two Well-Developed Molars, and
Full Set Is Growing Rapidly.
CHICAGO, Feb. 7. News that a
baby with two teeth had bceri born to
Mr. 'and Mrs. Francesco CiiKllaiiPRO
caused such a crowd to gather in front
of tho residence In tho Italian imarier
that tho police wero called to, pro
sero order. Mr 3. Ullasl, who is known
us tho ''Queen ot I.lttlo Italy," has
been present at tho birth of hundreds
ot babies, and this was tho first tlmo
sho ever saw ono that had teeth.
"Two of tho front teeth were clear
through tho lower gum." said Mrs.
Bllasl, "and nhen I put my finger In
luu unity B inuuui iu wubm n, i .uu
something sharp. Thq tcoth protrud'
cd through the gum about an eighth
of on Inch,
"Today I made another visit to tho
houso to wash and dress tho baby.
All of its teeth aro beginning to show,
and lnsldo ot a day or two tho baby
ulll havo a full sot, Ul'per and low
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Tom Qulnn appeared in court this
morning on a charge ot operating
an automobile without sufficient
care. Clem Qulnn appeared for tht
defendant and ho m&lQ objection to
the way the penal summons was
mado out. Judge Andrade over
ruled the objection, and then At
torney Qulnn moved tor an adjourn
ment, ns he was engaged in a case
nt the higher court.
The case was sent over tilt March
10, when all the evidence will b
have strucK Davis- nuio ana lorcea
the latter into Levy's store,, to the,
great detriment ot a 'plate-giiisa ,
window, , ''" x
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