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BA11T and WEEKLY Published byBUIXETW PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 180 Kin Btrtet, Honolnlu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATOR LARGEOT 0T AMY VlWSPAFiyf PUBLVHBD
in the Territory of EraMl
rp 1 I Editorial Roorrt i,
1 ei-lBuainess Office,
There are two passions which
have a powerful influence in the
affairs of men. These are ambition
and avarice; the love of power and
the love of money. Place before the
eyet of such men a post of honor
that at the same time shall be a
place of merit and they will move
heaven and earth to obtain it.
'Tathcr of Six" may hae his
communication published If he
makes himself known to tho B u 1-
1 e 1 1 u.
Perhaps some of the first citizens
ftf tlnnnlnlit will atrtin In nvnrln n
f'j tMU city buljdlng ordinance as they have
' fTfTf llin nufntiwililln utmn.l rAirnlfil Inn
prosperity, limit (he people of Ho
nolulu act As' If they were afraid of
It and were wondering If the worst
Is ct to come.
All that furore about the Govern
or resigning must hnvo been a hor
rible mistake resulting from the
(hi contemplated vacation of the Gov
EiCtMl There Is nothing new In the dls-
"")covery or Attorney Ligntroot ana
tho morning paper on the same side
of a troublesome nuestlon Involving
tjjjthc labor of the Islands.'
j.' - '
send to Honolulu If It would learn
of the Sugar Trust's contract with
the Hawaiian sugar planters. Most
everyono knows what It Is.
Give Honolulu two more passen
ger btcam8hli)'s of "tbe'WIlholmlna
have tho best passenger servlco of
any port of its size in the world.
What has become ot till the women
who petitioned for a ballot on pro-
Inhibition? Do they think there Is
Jno other work for them to do In
ft connection with other public affairs?
4. What Honolulu needs for its rjas-
Csenger traffic Is not a change ot law,
,. )Kbut.a demand on the part of lead-
iug uusmess imeresia inai me lines
Scnrrylng tho freight shall provide
ilu reciprocal passenger servlco.
h Crocodllo tears that, have btn
jished over the 'Russians by certain,
troublemakers have served to diss
.cioso tno effort made to p.rpy.o that
--tho nusstan business would' work
out all right If placed In other
It is one hundred per cent, better
to nut your money Into the hlchest-
Hirlced or the lowest-priced Honolulu
jocks mat ypu know about than
Shave money wheedled out ot you for
k far-dlstnnt hole in the' ground
guaranteed by a pretty story.
c' When the Promotion Committee
Sfvants the community aroused io tho
J Importance of early preparation for
runlted support of the Floral Parade,
ult doesn't send to San ' Francisco
newspapers for assistance. Rut It
r An Irishman traveling from Mln -
yneapous io staples nougat nis ucKOi.iroa." :
and ran Into the depot and asked an
ilofllclal how long the train would
r " fbe before It stnrlml. Thn nfflplnl
j Jsald, "Why, jou are too late. That's
J the train that has Just left the
; 't'JjP01'" whlch was jet In sight.
Tho Irishman lumned down on'comnnnlnn. Tk ci,u of aj... .,
till- . i. ... .-.j . ....
jmiu true unu Biunvu io run niier
($ He was gone awhllovip'd.' then
inmn wnltflnt- l.nnlr Inln f tin Aannt
..-v.. -.. -.-. .v . . .... ".
- 4 came walking back Into the 'Jopot.
Vfhn nennln Inno'lfnr! .nt film nnn nnlrf?
OtVell, Pat, did' you catch' the
tj,("No, begorra;" said Pat, "but.
made tho dlvllnuff ."" ''
-,!',;EllzabeUi, who was Just five years
l4jfHd, heard her grandfather talk a
l4s ho was a great' disciple of Isaak
if'ifOuo Sunday she wastakcn to th,o
ZiHotiso nf Hone In St. Paul. Rlift
p.ii' ..:.' . ,.v.-L:iJ r:;.
canio uuiue inucu UBUguieQ una ioiu
flier mother that they had sung a
'.Sfevely song about "Shall we gather
, ."atj- the river, where bright Angela'
i'reea is irouir- - meaning,. or course,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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Erad u tWriktoflM t Houolila
MARCH 4, 1910
has showrr-nn- exceptional readiness
to bcltevo Unit' (he posters for the
parade Jnust bo'Vinado'' elsewhere,
even IniOe'rmaliy.. '
Now, tin tho trutnnrid Bhamo the
Devil, in'ypu or do you not Intend
to vote for prohibition?
voters on tho Republican rolls
are supposed 16 bC mcriwho may be
depended "ifpoiTro" VoTo the Hepubll
Andrew Carnegie hns gone to
Southern. California for a complete
rest.-' It Is'statcd-that he has been
"overworked." Probably so by "the
Rubber cultures getting such a
start In'JBiwnll It'hj expected In n
few jears 'that, 'shiploads of this
product 'Svl)t fairlyound over the
billows td'Easte'tp markets.
.. '. , , " ip
With "Sam ,Kaliima, at the head ot
things noiUical, 'Moul Is all right
for the next .campaign, but It will
need a reincarnation of Moses him
self lo,stfnlgh,tenvlmatters In the
County of' Hawaii.' ''
Accorlrig1 Jo tfie, coasfwlso law
SUSDensjonlsts, eyry foreign steam
ship wJthjKwmpiodatliJnsUor three
people la, fl,'i'Kj8s'enger ship. All
American, ,shps with, staterooms for
"iree hundred passengers are
Since Russian, immigrants have
little money with which to employ
an attorney. It Is always possible
that, funds might be raised for
trouble-making purposes among peo
ple ambitious to' control the labor
marketer tho Islands.
As there Is to be no rivalry be
tween Kngland and America In the
coming search for the South Pole,
it Is hoped that Commander Peary
will stop In duo season, lest ' ho
should by chance stumble onto the
pole before Captain Scott'gots there
One of tho funny things of the
Russian situation Is the attempt ot
local troublemakers, who have
been doling out their "Inforrnatlon"
to the. Governor In private, to run
to cover when they find that their
operations have been known nnd
Luttdpstoc from tho outset.
3Hfne3 men( who tako an ultra
.VW'ryaflye5 portion on Honolulu's
opportunities for Investment should
r.emember'that their advlco Is likely
to 'cause more than one small Invest
or to put his money in some out
side proposition presented In glow
ing terms," nnd lose every cent.
Chicago has a comntlttlon that
claims to have found a street nav
Ing that has a "grip like granitoid,
Is notJsBgfity, has rock In It like
MphaU;lrrfrBtlll is sufficiently plas
Jie 'to withstand heavy and fasl
Uafflc"? o for some of this Chi
cago dllccnrery tor Honolulu.
Let uirhope that none of the first
asrof .Honolulu will bo found
. "where bright angels' feet have
A mother; was relating to her E
ear-old i"oft-ono evening the story
of the .Creation. She told1 how God
first crjleurBdam, and finding that
ho 'was lonely decided to give blm a
1'io.i.yu, iiuirujnii n rio,wAs.iaKen.
From UUrlb a woman was created
audi: presented to Adam as his wife.
T,he 'little' boy listened eagerly,
and was then sent oft to bed.' In a
lyhorl timo piercing screams wtoro
ij heard from tho boy's room.'to which
Htm mntw ri.irrie.i
, -..- .--....,. ..H...VM.
"Vhat can be tho matter, Johnnlo,
are you slckt"
"O, mamma, I ho,ve such a. pain
In my sido, I believe I am going to
havo a wife." '
The woman-wlth thlrtcon children
was boarding the .car.
"Madam' says the conductor,
"are these all yours, or la It a pic
nic?" Sas she: "Thoy'ro all mlno, and
It's no picnic."
striving to overthrow tlio county or
dinance ngnlngt speeding of auto
mobiles. What enn )6u expect of
tho ordinary people who break tho
law because they don't know nny
better, If tho first citizens take the
position that ordinances are mado
to be brokqn?
"I would suggest that tho com
mittee offer n prize of ono hundred
dollars for the poster to advcrtlso
the 1911 parade. The curlier this
Is done, tho better, for as soon ns a
design Is accepted, our local print
ing firms should bo asked for bids,
and Inasmuch ns this class of work
can not bo dono In Honolulu, they!
should hayo time to secure prices
from the mainland." Promotion
Secretary Wood. I
Who clso has said "this class of
work can net be done in llono-1
lulu"? The easo with which tho
Promotion Committee calls on local
printing establishments for assist-'
ance, and then declares their Inabil
ity to do business for the commit
teo on tho Floral Pnradc, Is remark
able. That's promotion of home In
dustry with a vengeance.
ONE WAY FOR ALL IMMIGRANT?.
Abide by tho terms under which
they have come to tho country or go
home Is the only thlnt for the Rus
sian Immigrants to do. It is tho
only proposition that can be made
to them by the authorities. It Is
the same with all Immigrants.
The Territorial and Fcderol au
thorities are very wise In meeting
tho Issue nromntly. as further delay.
nml nnrlmlnn nun ntiln In.r.n.. IK. '
discomforts nnd possible suffering of
No surprise Is occasioned by the
fears and the suspicions of these
people, who do not know tho
guago of the country and are besot
by a number of natural-born nglta-1
tors who have no more regard for
tho truth than they have for' kind
.treatment that they have never re-
eclved In their own country. But
the officials and the people ot tlib
city can eo only so far. Thev can
riot-mnko these peoplo work. Tho
opportunity can merely be offered,
and if this bo refused tho laws of
tho nation leave no othor course
than for tho Immigrants to return,
bag and baggage, to the place
whence they came.
The misfortune falls with great-
set force on the Immigrants. It
conditions on the plantations were
all that tho untruthful agitators
represent, the homes of tho Russians
would still bo a thousand times more
comfortable and their future health
and happiness more secure than can
bo possible for working people In
In the, final analysis, tho govern
ment can do but one thing, and that
Is being done. On their part,' It Is
the privilege of. tho Russians to do
ns they please get work, or go
homo at Hawaii's expense. TJUs Is
guaranteed them by tho laws of this
land of the freo and home ot
the brave. It they see fit to act
foolishly, there Is no law to' Btop
them, and the humanitarian laws of
this country protect them against
the boot and tho black snake al
ways awaiting them In their own
Just about tho timo a man'reaches
tho age ot discretion, peoplo begin to
call htm grandpa.
When It comes to talking, a small
woman has her obeso sister beaten to
Lots of men who imagine they could
navigate the ship of stato couldn't
Real Estajie: for Sale
'" KAIMUKI I
Half-acre lotiwell plantJ:d in trees,
with two-bedroom house, atable, ser
vants' quarters, cto. 'All ia good con
dition. Oa.the oar line, R;ice $4730.
Story and a hJi house,, modern in
very partioular, suitable fpr small
family barBain either as a home,
or for an, investment. IWoe $3230.
' Acreage 'property in Paldo Valley,
Manoa Valley and,Kaimuci.
J - V
Five-bedropm house on Thurston
avenue. Price. $60.
Live in College Hills
These lots ore 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
intc restrictions assure purchasers of
Rood neighbors. Many of the streets
are already curbed: water, "jjas and
electric lights are right at hand; ab
solutely no pioneering.
1 1 lot, curbed, on car-line,
100x150; water at sidewalk, gas,
etc.; flnt valley view. Price 91200.
3 1 lot, 100x800; beautiful view
of mountains and valley .Price
31 lot, 12,600 sq. ft. $640.
Trent TrustCo., Ltd.
, Two-bedroom house near Emma
Square. Gas. electricity, and mod-
era nlumbine. Comnletelv furnish-
eJ RENT $25 MONTH
, , , I
Pnr-bedroom house on Kcwalo
"ftet: Modern and very Well fur-1
lan-(P1M,efl' - &&3 "r occupancy tho
IIHIi mm : urnwrir
Unfurnished house on Beretania
street. Large and pretty grounds,
servants' Jmarters and earaee.
RENT $40 MONTH
Bishop Trust Company,
THE HON. HONOLULU
WOULD HAVE MW
The following letter .has Just been
received by tho "Hon. tho Treasurer
of tho torrltory D. Lloyd Conkling In
answer to ono from treasurer Conk
ling granting permission to tho writer
to grind an organ throughout tho ter
"Rotorua, New Zealand,
"To tho Hon. D. Lloyd Conkling,
"Treasurer of tho Territory of
Hawaii U. S. A.
"The undersigned salutes & thanks
you for having honored mo with a
pleasant reply, through tho deputy
City & County Treasurer Irwin II.
Beadle, ot Honolulu, who replied to
me Dea 15-1909 to my lettor of
Nov. 7-09 which I addressed to tho
Hon. Tho Collector of Custom at Ho
nolulu (re my Inquiry ro permit to
land, & to play an Organ In tho
Streets of Honolulu & olsowhero In,
Hawaii) & the Hon. Tho Collector
of Custom referred my letter to you,
& tho Hon. the Sheriff, & to the
Hon. tho County Attorney & to tho
Hon. the Inspector ot Immigration.
"Tho Hon. tho Collector of Cus-
torn ot Honolulu has replied to me
The way to communicate instant
ly. OfHoc open Sunday mornings
from eight until ten.
Dec. 9-09, & I expect n letter from
the Hon. Tho Sheriff & the Hon. tho
Inspector of Immigration of llono-
you ngnln for hn-
lllC faVOrCd 1110 With n rClllV fas Illl
ready stated nbovo) I salute ou 4c
J ours & 1 remain Very Hesp. &
Thankfully Yours with best wishes
"a humble & lonely orgaitgrlndor,
Bcd 60, and a natho of Austria
inn(1 naturalized nt San Francisco,
Sept. 1878. I alio hnvo been n prl
vate In tho U. S. Mnilno Corpi nt
Maro Island Years 1880-81, & dis
charged enr 1881 by reason of bad
health I am not In bad licaRli now,
nnd I have a Hanking Account.
"My regular address in care G. P.
O. Wellington, New Zealand.
"ADIEU KINO SIR: ADIEU."
HOLE WAS NO WOR3E
Jail In Nation's Capital Is Sadly' Over
crowded and a Standing Disgrace.
WASHINGTON. Teh. 20. Tho Jail
ot tho District of Columbia was com
pared to tho ''Black Holo" of Calcutta
by Warden W. Thomas McKco last
night, at tho Brotherhood ot the Flrnt
Congregational Church. Tho warden
said tho Jail was n menaco to public
health ami safety ana a disgrace to tho
There nyt ccjls In tho Jail for 48
womon ' wurden said, but 12u'have
to bo puck 1 therein llko cattlo In n
cm. Into CiIs mado for.tho accommo
dation rf 310 men, C85 men, black and
will to era crowded.
tx ' - -ji m?.i
The EEPAUUNa of FINE
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to inexperienced and incom
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diamond Tine requires repair
ing, you need the services of
We ,are expert jewelry re
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Th.e best Developing and Printing in the
Territory.- Why? Because every order gets
individual attention, which is the formulaTor
Dr. Judd Calls Attention
To Injuries Received
At tho regular weekly meeting of
the Promotion Committee jeslerday
afternoon, sovernl Important mutters
were brought up for discussion, Tho
chnlr wus occupied by W. A. Bovvcn.
After tho minutes of the provluus
meeting had been rend by Secretary
Wood, Mr. Bush stnted that ho had
Interviewed Mnrston Campbell In
referenco to n room nt tho now Ald
l.c.i whurf to be set aside for the
Promotion Committee, for tho con
venience of 'tourists innd visitors.
Mr. Bush stnted that Marston
Campbell was n favor of tho prop
osition and had Given his approval.
This loom will, be on tho WnlMkl
side of tho gallery lloor and will bo
nbout fourtc'on feet by eighteen feet.
No rent will bo charged for tho use
of this room. Tho Promotion Com
mittee will dlsplny n large sign
eoven feet by fourteen Jcot on the
wall lending to this mom, an which
will bo noted tho various banks, ho
tels, boarding houses, the Promotion
Commlttec'b oIDcc, nnd other Inter
estlng data, for tho bcncDt of v is-! 1',"'h,es ?ro. ,JS!.I,,R B,"W''tercil by tho
Itors to this city wholesale In Chicago, and tho meat Is
n. 1...I.I .-..'ii.. n i ,, , I being sold nml dlstilbuted for human.
Dr. Cludd i ocently called the at- comimiptlon. Tho meat, ho says, Is
tcntton of tho Promotion Committee uolng cut Into roasts, Bteaks nnd snu
to tho fact that coral was cniudng.BngeH, and Is being nold to freo litneh
a great deal of Injury to bathers nt
Wntklkl, nnd ho thought that tho
Promotion Committee should tnko
some action In tho mattor to linve a
portion ot that bench dredged and
cleared ot this dangcroui growth.
Dr. Judd stated that ho would bo
willing to dounto $10 towards u
fund for that purpose.
Secretary Wood statod that ho
had written a letter to Mnrston
Campbell, Superintendent ot Publie
Works, asking what tho cost of
dredging out tho coral would bo and
If It wus thought prohablo that tho
Territory would render nny assist
ance In the event of tho work be
ing undertaken. After n brief dis
cussion on this question, Chairman
Bowen npolilted Pred Bush and Sec
retary Wood n committee of two to
Intorvlow Mr. Campbell.
Mr. Campbell's reply to Sccrctmy
Wood's letter was then read and Is
ns follows: ,
"Teriltory of Hawaii.
"Department of Public Works.
"March 2, 1910.
"I am In recelpot of jour favor
ot tho 2Clh ult , In regard to tho
'growth of com! nlung tho Wnlklkl
beach, especially In fi out of tho Mo
ana nnd Seaside hotel i. Tho coral
objected to Is not new growth, but
old growth which is constantly be
ing worked up toward tho beach
from the outer reef. Thcro nro
lumps of icet coral, however, pro
jecting ubovo tho rati it bottom which
would havo to ho blasted out. The
looso coral can be picked up. It
would bo Impossible to make nn es
timate) of cost for tho removal ot
(ho coral. It the hotel companies
will coopcrato with tho government,
It might bo possible to secure prison
labor to do this work, nnd I am
ready to assist if ou can securo tho
aid of the hotel companies. On ro
eclpt of jour reply, I shall tnko up
this matter with High Sheriff
"Assuring jou ot my willingness
to nld jnu In ovcry way possible, 1
am, yours "very truly,
"Superintendent of Public Works."
Tho matter of designing posters
for tho 1911 Floral Day Parade was
then discussed. Mr. Bovvcn stated
that tho I'lornl Parade was absolute
ly necessary to tho Terrltorj', as It
helped to boost these Islands moro
than nnj thing clso, and In conse
quence brought the peoplo of theso
Islands closer together, Mr. Trent
humorou ( expressed the opinion
that tho present ovcrspcodlng of au
tomobiles nlao tended to bring the
It is tho intention of tho Promo
tion Committco to name tho director
ot tho 1911 rloral Tarado as soon
as tho affairs of tho 1910 parado aro
settled. Tho designs will thcroforo
bo ready for distribution several
weeks earlier than last year, and
In ciinsequeiico n greater amount of
enthusiasm aroused. It has been
(ho custom In previous years to
mnlfa all preliminary arrangements
uhead ot tlma nnd then appoint n
director, but n new plan will be
adopted this year, which it 1
thought wiri answer better, jj
Secietnry Wood staled that It was
the opinion of tho Promotion Com
mittee that travel to these Islands
had been retarded owing to th'o fact
that people could not get away from
hero when they wanted to. Mr.
Bowcn said that ho had seen, two
pages of names, ut least forty-flvo
in number, cnncelcd from tho'book
Ing lists of ono shipping firm ton ac
louut of a lack ot accommodation.
Tho goncral passenger" ngont 6f ono
of the big railroads) "with offices In
San ltnuclsco, reinnrkod to fSccre
tary Wood that it was most difficult
Io get Information IP regard to va
cant berths, I
Before the meeting adjourned,
Chairman Bo'wcn asked what prog
less had been made in regard to the
Atlantic City branch which! It is
proposed to open In the near future.
Mr. Hoogs, chairman of n special
tommllteo appointed to Investigate
vvitjs und means, stnted thatfevcry
thlngwns most favornblo nnd that
ho would maku j full report next
week. , "
CHICAGO FREE LUNCHES
SERVING HOR3E MEAT
CHICAGO. 111., .Inn. 31, 1910-Mn an
official report to tho Illinois Stnto food
tummlsolon, mado public vostcrday,
Special Inspector Hocy declares that
venders In Chicago and to somo farm.
Ing districts nnd mining camps whero
foreign mlncis nro cmplojcd,
Herploforo, eaja tho report, it was
tho general belief that all horso meat
prepared In Chicago was for shipment
to Denmark, und tho fact that It Is be
ing put up for homo consumption Is
looked upon Us necessitating a now
Stnto law regulating tho killing ot
horses. A rigid investigation of condi
tions is recommended.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
JS PAV -rm
LAIRD SCH0BER & CO.
$5.30 Tan Russia Calf and
Suede OxRords and Pumps.
Sale Price, - $3.65
E. P. REED & CO. Tan
Russia Calf and Brown
Vici Kid, Ribbon Ties 'and
Pumps; .welted land turn
soles; $4 ,and $4.50 grades.
Sale Price, - $2.65
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant Streets
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