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BVEMINO POtAWTm. HONOLULU, T. It, TUESDAY, MAIt. 8, 1010.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
I . MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Parrlngton, - - Editor
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. 1 BufilnesH
Contentment is a cearl of jrreat
price, and whoever procures it. at
the expense of ten thousand desires,
makes a wise and happy purchase.
Honolulu ought to bo hungry for
a season of legitimate drama.
, Judging from tho perspiration,
tho January thaw has Btnick Ho
nolulu enrly In March. Old resi
dents call it hot.
Some of theso Husslans are lllo
thl) man whq hud been In Hell so
lung that ho tc.llly felt out' of place
when ho struck Paradise.
.Should the country ever ho
threatened with moli law, tho lead
ing politicians of tho rcnnslunl4
brand may bi held as directly re
spVislble. t Modern heroes are no longer
free, agents. Immediately they got
within tho charmed circle, tlicyhine
to consult with their manager or
publisher, nr both, beforo giving u
definite answer on nn thing.
'One of the latest Incidents of the
campaign against American ship
ping Is tho deliberate falsification
by tho suspension organ of state
ments made by Mr. Charles Stewart,
the S.in r'rnnclsvo hotel man.
Dr. Docn has noor gained half
tho fame as a scientist that he Has
won froai having put an army ofll
cur out of commission with the
chosen weapon of his opponent.
Ghcti the right Kind of advance ad
vertising, ho ought to bo good for a
Koljow the suggestions of those
associated with tho ancient Japa
nese higher wago movement and
jou'lt have tho Russian Immigration
problem tolvcd according to the pro
gram of those who piotcst against
the work being done by tho faint
hearted and Incompetent.
iiper(s ou tho Russian Immigra
tion can not ccuso harping on that
oldMdea that they could handle tho
situation a hundred per cent, bettor
tlin'u the' mon on tho Job. TU ever
thus with two classes of people
seekors after a Job and thoso with
nothing to 'do but whine.
Senator Tom Piatt is dead. About
the only thing of value this politi
cian left for posterity was tho dem
onstration by his career of how
many IIes n politician has. No
American politician has over been
officially declared down and out so
many times ns Tom Piatt.
Thus far holding two sessions a
day for tho Stock Kxchuuge has
'At Montreal tho advertising man
ngcr of tho Cnundlan Pacific Is n man
named Ham, and thcclty ticket ofllco
is'in charge of n man named Egg.
Tho two are fast friends and if both
happen to bo out of town at once, in
quiries for Ham and Eggs aro fre
!! a coincidence, both report to an
official named Dacon, whoso chief
clerk is named Urown,
Recently Hum and Egg vvcro bAth
lnDacon's ofllco, Tho telephone rang
nnd Drown. answered. Thd following
conversation took place.
'Who Is that?"
'jTlils In (Drown. Do you want Da
cou?;' 'JS"' ' (Joll't tt,lt "aeon, brown or
any other way.".
Wcll, Ham and ngg nro horo. Do
ynu want either of them?"
'.'No, I don't Central cut that cheap
hashhouso off tho line."
Thomas II, (irlsham, president of tho
hijard f managers of tho Dodge City
Soldlors' Home, told a rciwrter recent
lyja story about an old soldier named
John Claik, who came near being
burled allvo, Ho had been ill a long
tlnTo with typhoid fover, and at last
Jajucd Into a comatoso state, and was
j JJurlal robes worn put upon him,
and ho was tcndeily placed In a caskot
toTnwnlt Interment on tho following
day. During tho night Chirk regained
l'et 5l&Motitiu 0 .b0
Tet Vnr, iiij-whti.loUS I.oo
Pi Ytr, tnynhtrr n Cn.d., ,n0
PtrVt. xlpM, lomjn 3.00
Entered at the fo o tee At Honolulu
u iftood-cun muter.
.MARCH 8, 1910
never foiled to queer tho market.
Hut e suggest that the believers
In history repeating Itself shall turn
their heads the other way. This Is
(Ireatcr Honolulu, and all tho old
failings of old Honolulu hnie pass
Tho Pasadena Nvs of recent dato
sajs odltorlallj. "If tho bill Intro
duced In Congiess by Representative
Scott become? a law, Intoxicants
will bo legally barred from tho Ha
waiian group. Wo Bay legally
barred. Whiskey will find Hi way
Into tho Islands In splto of law, for
prhuto use, and there will bo oven
Illegitimate sale of liquor."
I.ook here, jou auto speeders! Tho
best thing jou can do Is to ab.ue
by the community sentiment express
ed in tho automobllo speed ordi
nance of the city aud county of
Honolulu. Running dawn tho law
and, Incidentally, n child In the
roadway will "evenlualjy result In
lgorous taking of the law into their
own hnnds,1by-1ludjvldual citizens.
Wnlluku justice will have a lively
Job of It decldlpc 'what. to do with
the man who pummctcd 'his faith
less wife, who, In turn, declared mat
sho deserved nil sho got; but upset
all calculations by" dlng from no
cause. Certainly when" tho coroner's
Ju-y decided In effect that tho wo
.. t "Just died and that's all," it
must be Inhuman to hold the man
ou tho charge of having killed her.
With Judge Cooper filling the lat
est vncaucy on the Circuit bench.
Hawaii will soon have Its courts
again In running order under the
guidance of men who Inspire more
widespread confidence than the
ngoncles of Justlco In Hawaii havo
enjoyed 'for many jears. There are
at least some courts where a man
will feel thnt he will get a fair
deal though ho docs not belong to
the charmed clrclo.cnjoylng the ben
efits of-a j$eri)bigi)t of, by and for
a few dfliS.; -
SCHOOLING AND PLAY.
Ask tho average business man,
plantation manager or work-n-duy
citizen qf town or courttry what
civilizing Influcnco there Is In the
plny.c; chlldieu In tho public
schools, and In nine cases out of ten
ho will laugh at you and respond
that the youngsters of this Terri
tory get more schooling than Is good
for them, and by playing so much
they learn how not to work. .
It Is hard for many men to get
out of tho old ruts; hard for them,
to believe that a man with a little
learning and a woman with a little
learning Is n better.laborer and bet
ter home-maker than tho stolid peas
ont clodhopper vho pigs In the llela
his sonscs, and ro'so up In his narrow
prison. Ho upset tho coffin, and was
tent sprawling on tho floor. In con.
sternntlon ono attendant rushed Into
tho room and rctreutod, saying ho had
peon a ghost.
Then other attendants came". Stim
ulants wero quickly applied, and tho
limbs nnd body of Clark rirobed with
Ho soon opened his eyes. After care
ful attention nnd nursing, ho recov
ered entirely, and recently told tho
rtory of his narrow cscapo from being
burled nlivo. Mr. Grlsham has talked
with Clark about this strango exper
ience. "Tell mo." said drlsham to Clark
one day slnco the dead camo to llfo,
"how did jou feel when ou dlod, and
how did jou first know that you woro
"When I appeared to msclf," said
Clark, "to bo dying, the experience
was a vory pleasant ono. I seemed to
bo entirely free from troublo, and to
bo passing Into a now realm. When I
began to recover consciousness, I
found myself In what seemod to bo a
coffin, but I know at once that I was
not dead, because my feot wcio cold,
and I wub hungry,"
"I don't undei stand what you
mean," said Grlsham.
"I know," replied Clark, "that if I
wefo In heaven I would not bo hun
gry, and If I wcio In hell, my feet
would not bo cold."
nnj tho drudgo who possibly works
-I his side part of tho day and docs
tho washing at homo.
IVw men seo any civilizing or
Americanizing Influcnco In tho
Mother Goose melodies thnt aio
taught In tho schools. 'm'cy may iuik
of tho sthool bosh, when they pass
through u plantation town and note
by tho roadside u little Japanese gill
singing Mother Oooso melodies 'In
correct tune nnd Hngllsh tu tho
mure diminutive Jnpanesu child in
her care. Yet that child in tho
midst of tho alien surioundlngs has
begun to absoib in her own way,
tluough tho public schools, tho
sources of Interest thnt will uttneu
her tu her surioundlngs nnd perma
nently nllenlze her from the land
of her parents' birth, with which
sho will have little In common.
This phase of It does not appeal to
the "pinctlc.il man," but It Is mi
appropriate Instance In point with
some very sensible comment recent
ly mado In tho "School Journal" on
fun as a concomitant of education.
The writer for that Journal s.ijrf
that wo tuke schooling tpo serious
ly nnd education too llghtl Ho
claims that there Is not jet enough
good humor, not enough fun pervad
ing the schoolrooms of our country.
This Is heresy to tho "practical
man" who thinks that our children
havo "too much schooling," but wo
urge him to read what further tho
writer for the "School Journal" has
to say, for that which applies to tho
schools of the mainland hns equal
force In tho schools of tho Territory
"Work, no doubt, Is a serious mat
ter to thoso who supply It. So Is
plajlng baseball In a professional
team. Happy Is he who can get fun
out of his work. Thnt Is tho art
most schools havo jet to learn.
"William McAndrcw has found n
solution. Pun with him Is part of
tho dally order of business. That Is
why tho efficiency of his school is
steadily growing, Thnt is why the
pupils love their school ns they do.
"Most, schools proceed as If their
principal business were to strip chil
dren of their childhood ns quickly
as possible. Dy means of 'school du
ties' and other childhood devices the
responsibilities of citizenship nro
smuggled Ipto their earliest jenrs.
Heavy burdens are bound upon the
consciences of the young.
"The children need all. the cblln
hood they can hold. The school's
business Is to keep them children ns
long ns possible
"The 'best method for learning
how to have a good time Is to piny.
Wo must leum to regard piny ns
fully essential as tho multiplication
table. Play is needed to deliver
tho young from tho crushing seri
ousness around. ,
"Tho playground movement Is
holplng us to sea our duties In a
clearer light. Dr. Henry S. Curtis,
secrctnry of tho Playground Asso
ciation of America, Is rendering val
iant service to the cause He notes
several encouraging tendencies. Ho
sajs thnt tho playground-day Is
gradually lengthening so as to In
clude afternoon and evening; that
wealthy men are now beginning to
contrlbuto memorial playgrounds;'
that school Journejs nnd school
tramping trips nro growing In favor;
thnt children aro learning new
games on tho playgrounds, which
they tako out with them to their fa
vorlto haunts. Somo of theso and
other results havo already developed.
A most hopeful sign Is tho
spread of folk-danclug. Tho Invig
orating movements not only contrib
ute largely to tho rhythmic develop
ment of tho young they glvo health
and now visions of the world and
of tho kinship of peoples, nnd they
are giving us a better understanding
Rear Estate for Sale
r KAIMUKI' '
Half -acre loVwell planted, in trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, servants'-
quarters, etc. All in Rood con
dition. On the car line. Price' $4750.
r MAKIKI DISTRICT
Story and a half .house, modern in
every particular, suitable for small
family a bargain, either as a home
or for an investment. Price $3250.
Acreage 'property in Palolo Valley,
Manoa Valley and -Kaimuki.
f ' 'FOR BENT "
Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $60.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Homes for Sale
1. A two-bedroom bungalow site on large lot; no improv
ing; necessary; pas, electric lights, city water, beauti
ful view of sea and mountains. Price is $4000.00
2. In College Hills, splendid three-bedroom house; laree
lot, 100x150; all modern conveniences at hand. We i
ate open to a reasonable offer for this property.
3.' Kaimuki, on 12th Avenue, not far from the car line,
we have a splendidly-built bungalow for sale. The
land is worth $1200.00, and the house cost nearly
$3000.00. Almost -acre of land. The price of this
property is $3600.00.
4. On Younjr Street, near Pawaa Junotion, a large two
story modern hous e. with four bedrooms and. all mod
ern improvements. Price of this property is $4000.00.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two-bedroom house near Emma
Square. Gas, electricity, and mod
ern plumbinjr. Completely furnish
BENT $25 MONTH
Four-bedroom house on Kewalo
atreet. Modem and verv well fur
nished. Ready for occupancy the
15th. BENT $55 MONTH
TTnfiiniltYii1 1iAti0 An RAitiinia
street. large and pretty grounds,
servants' quarters and garage.
BENT $40 MONTH
Bishop Trust Company,
of tho wisdom of fun. Besides, they
are winning hearts, for the apprecia
tion of the beauty and sociability or
"The people which gives encour
agement to play hns a good guar
antee for the development of lta
moral stamina. Ily this encourage
ment I do not mean sitting on the
bleachers and shouting, but playing
ouo'b self. o j
"Ono who does not get fun out ot
;laylng Is not playing. Fun Is tho
prime essential of-iplay. And play
ing Is an essential concomitant to
PALATIAL HOMES BEING BUILT.
(Continued from Pace 1)
by fifty feet. This will be carried
out In curly redwood Imported from
California. Opening from this room
will be n dining room eighteen feet
by twenty-one feet', also finished In
curly redwood. To the right of the
main hallway, which will be fifteen
feet by twenty feet, Will be a library
clghtcon feet by twenty-one feet,
nlso carried out In curly redweod.
These thrco rooms will bo fin
ished In tho samo material so thnt
when thrown open to form one largo
room tho whole may be In harmony.
Tho ceilings are beamed to give a
richness nnd mnsstvo effect, which la
such n pleasing stylo of achltecture
The way to communicate instant
ly. Office open Sunday mornings
from eight until ten.
on tho mainland, especially 'In tho
The second story will comprlso
five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
These will be carried out In a whlto
finish. Work will be commenced In
a few days.
In the rear of the houso will bo n
large garage and servants' quarters,
also a cement terrace. Tho houso
will be built In the center of n five
acre lot covered with natuial tim
ber nnd strubs. Lawns aro tn bo
lnid down, and a pretty driveway,
and portions ot the estate will be
terraced. .A porte-cochoro will be
added and will face Wylllo street.
Mr. Farrar Is now busy on n sot
of plans for J. W. Wnldron, who
will build a two-storied reinforced
concrete residence on Nuunnu road,
not far from the present Schacfer
residence. This will bo tho first res
idence to bo built of reinforced con
crete In tho Territory.
It will be built in tho semi-Mis-slon
stylo ot achltccture, with spa
cious verandas and wldo spreading
eaves. An uninterrupted view of,
tho rail will add to tho attractive
ness ot this palatial residence.
,Tho roofs of tho verandas and the
root of the house proper will be uti
lized ns roof gardens. In addition,
thore will be a largo living lanal on
the second story. A porte-cochere
Will bo ad )ed. and, with the exten
sive grounds surrounding the houso,
this wll !; o o ot the most attrac
tive redd l c In this locality.
Whether It was tho Western edi
tors' np-") for nows or lovo for tho
people that made them favor Roose
velt for 1912 will bear debating.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
are leaden in style of en
graved cards and society cor
We keep abreast of the
times in both styles of en-(
graving and card stock.
Place your orders with us'i
and. you will be certain your I
cards and stationery are cor-'
H. F. Wichman
, & Co.. Ltd.,
The best Developing and ' Printing in, the
Territory. Why? Because every order gets
individual attention, vwhich is lthefqrmula for
GURRE YaS, Ltd.,
SHE SAID HER BEATING;
SERVED HER RIGHT
(Continued from Page 1)
tor was leportcd to tho ponce author
ities and Deputy Sheriff Clement Crow
ell was dispatched to Wnlkapu for the
husband. Crovvcll found Mr. Sur In
it very weak condition, but sho ad
mitted being guilty ot the offeUBt
which had biotight upon her tho wrath
of her husband, nnd oven told the
Deputy Sheriff thnt If sho wero well
the; following morning, she would per
sonally appear beforo tho district mag
Istrnto nnd ask that official to meot
out Justice to her ns bIio deserve') Je
llevlng that would In eomo, measure
expatlato her of her sins nnd restore
her position In tho household. But
sho became woise Instead of better
and on last Saturday morning In thq
presence of tho deputy Bhorlff and
tho county physician sho dloj and wa
burled the samo artornoan. This worn
lug a coroner's Jury convened In the
Wnlluku County Jnll. Sheriff W. E
Saffery ns coronor olflclatlng. Dr. Far
woll stated on .examining tho body ol
the woman ho found everything to be
tn normal condition. After a careful
examination with his partner, Dr
ycddlck, they found all tho organs
brain, lungs, heart, liver, Btomach, nn
klcs, kidneys and tho small organs ot
tho body, In normal condition. In an
swer t'o one of the Jiry ho said that
there were a fow external marks, ono
upon the right breast, one upon the
right knee cap and a small breaking
upon (he left leg over the tibia anil t
small breaking iion tho right sldo ol
tho left leg, and that these were nl!
th external marks upon tho deceased,
therefore they were unable to return I
tho causo ot the death as the organs. J
vvcro all In normal condition. In vlcw
of tho fact that tho doctors who ox-.
nmlned the corpse and mado an an
topsy mado such a report, tho coro
ners Jury returned a verdict that the
woman died at Walkapu, Maul, Sat
urday, March 5th; 1910, cause of death
unknown to tho Jury. Tho husband Is
tn Jail and ho will likely como up for
trial at tho coming March term of the
Second Circuit Court to bo held In
Wnlluku this week, beginning Wcdnes
A natlvo at liana Is said to bo un
dcr arrest for beating his wife unmer
cifully In a drunken brawl ono night
last week, but tho woman will recov
er, and tho man will thcreforo havo to
face a less serious charge than what
appeared to bo his lot last Saturday,
STOLE FUNDS OF
(Continued from Page 1)
tho minimum sentenco. Some would
bo friends, howover, got como money
together, nnd engaged a lawyer tn
fight tho case on technical points. The
result was that tho accused wag found
guilty and sentenced to flvo years Inw
He had served a bhort time, when n
cablo camo from Washington ordcilng
that ho bo sent to a prison in Texas,
Vlnoy was Instructed to take Faulkner
to Texas and there deliver him to the
Vlncy Is also vice-consul at Shang
hai and has beon for some years In
tho Bast. Ho took In tho sights of
Honolulu jestcrday afternoon and last
night nnd seemed Impressed with tho
city, rnulkner was taken on board
tho Korea at ten o'clock this morning
and nhllo on tho ship will bo allowed
tho samo freedom that ho enjbyed on
tho vojago across from Manila.
FOB JUBY TBIAL
(Continued from Page 1)
a demurrer, this also without argu
ment. Judge AndradV camo back
with an equally prompt overruling.'
The next card thrown from -
deck ot the defense was that an in
dividual bill of particulars be sub
mitted by tho prosecution.
Prosecutor Drown smilingly came
back with the statement that it was
agreeable and would b'e forthcom
ing, the bill giving time, direction
and location of alleged Infraction ot
tho speed ordinance.
Peters' last demand was that, In
asmuch as the defendants represent
ed by him waived a hearing In tho
District Court, they asked that they
be tried by Jury. Judge Andrade
committed each defendant to trial
at tho Circuit Court.
Attorney George Davis, who la
representing Messrs. Duinld and
Rice, nlso charged with exceeding
the speed limit, requested that the
caso of his clients go over for ten
days, Judgo Andrade granting the
motion. They will come up for hear
ing on March 18.
Spread Of .Diphtheria
1 Will y jit
t I- l ;;')
Diphtheria took up the full time
of a special meeting of the Hoard
of, Health held eterdaynfternoon,,
at which Governor, Frcar ,was
., ,Tho situation ,as rregardalrilph
therla among the Hussions' Wow oil
Quarantine Island turns' ont, to, ba
worse than was expected.' tiut ot
320 cultures made as a result ot ex
aminations of tho Russians, the. doc
tors jesterdny had results from 100.
They show diphtheria In twenty per
cent, of tho cases, but In a mild
form In tho majority of them.
"Wo can not tejl exactly how
many there are," said President
Mott-Smlth of the Hoard 'of "Health,
"but are now suro ,that there are
about forty Individuals among the
Kusslans In whom the doctors find
the bacilli otdtphtherla. They, range
from cases of healthy men, In whoso
throats the doctors find bacilli, to
ones In which there Is real diph
theria. , ,
J,The physicians made or aro mak
ing cultures from the throats ot -380
ot the Russians. They have bo far
completed their work on a hundred
of these, and find signs ot diphtheria
In twenty per cent, of them. This,
of course, does not mean that twenty.
per cent, of the Kusslans are at this
time real diphtheria casts.!' "
There were six cases in such an
advanced stage that It was thought
proper to have them sent to tho Ka
llhl station for special treatment.
There are other cases scattered
about the city, and tho Board of
Health will take every means to
stamp them out.
A large order for antitoxin has
beon placed, and It was decided to
keep tho strictest watch In all parts
of the city by tho health officials. V
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