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fitiBNMO BULLETIN, IIONOLULD, T. It., THURSDAY, MAR. 21, 1910.' .
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory
'np-.i I Editorial Rooms,
A C3I. ) Business Office,
'Tis the voice of the slujTRard, I hear '
"You have waked me too soon,
must slumber again."
Hooscvclt knows that ho vvoul I
not ho half ro lnterestlnc 10 tin) 1
American people Just nt picsent It
he told nil ho Is thinking about.
lto not afialil. It it nlw.tM safe
to balk on tentj-nn per cent, of
the population signing eveiy polit
ical toll nml petition that Is offered
from uny soutco.
Isn't it nit n matter of relative
prollt that the steamship companies
aro considering, rather than piob
ability of losses Involved In giving
Honolulu Improved passet.ger ser
vice? Uvcrj thing Is relative In Hono
lulu. When beets go to a parity
of blx cents, tho bio Ins public ma)'
decide 1 1 in t tho price Is high enough
to Insplro conndencq In tho sugar
enterprises of Hawaii.
Regular Republicans Intei.d that
tho country shall not hold them responsible-
for tho revolution In the
House, and thus do they supplj"
toipo ery unpleasant moments for
tho Congressman from a doubtful
Mr. Deal born Bpolto the trullf
when he said Honolulu should do
.jiiiuiu uiwuius juiuiruuug wio luur-
asi niiei nu arrives, me promo
tion Committee could follow somo of
tho suggestions advanced by Alex
ander Hume l'ord without fear ot
losing money or prestige.
MR, DEARBORN AND OTHERS
Mr. Dearborn's recommendation
on the tourist tiausportatlon busi
ness, as presented to tho Chamber
of Commerce, seems to bo something
' "Go ahead. 1 in cut two million
fire hundred thousand dollars In 1
tourist steanibhfp and seo whero 0u
That, 110 doubt, Is a sufficient re
ply to tho gentlemen of tho city
who' declare that some thirty mil
lions a je.ir aro being lost to Ho
nolulu on account of tho American
' law that piotcct3 American ships,
and this amount of money cduld lie,
nnli.ml tt 1 1. . ,. .... m.. Inml .. ...... I...
Pttween thin pott and tho malulaml
jfworo thrown open to tho foreign
tmuiutmps. dix per ceiu. on iniu
tlllrtv lost inlllliinu would lia n lit-.
illo lets than two millions, and that
fund might well ho dcoted to
making up tho deficit for four-nay
passenger boats between Honolulu
t -mid San I'ranclsco. That proposi
tion can bo as easily figured, out to
(ommaud a prollt as tho thlity mil
lions can be made whllo u wait.
Hut Mr. Dwu bum bus not un-
ewered (bo men nt JIuwull who be
lieve In protection for Amorltnu
Klilps .iiid Amorluin produeta ot all
kinds, and who uImi bollovo that tho
peuplo ofthlH Territory, us u ro-i
hull ot tho largo protected freight!
they lmvo to offer transposition
Hues, mo deberlng moro consider
ation In 'jho way of reciprocal pas-
uenger bcrvlco than they havo ic-
Mr. nnrlinrtl lino Tint nnau'nrnrl
ftho men of Honolulu who do not de
mand Impossibilities of any traus
t, portatlonrlluo, but wno do request
L that the carriers of the large,
J freights, admittedly Handled at a
iijgood profit, hluill dovoto it larger
LASlutio of thelr steanishlp spaco and
u'lmgvr aiuuuui or tueir tarinusue
Bllbqiatlou and ecn a wnull pei-
ceinugo oi ineir proius to too ae
('ommodaHim of iiithhengcrs.
t Tliut Is lto ba, Mr. Heat born did
'a, 'not replyiito thebo poopfo lu his ro
marks befuio tho Chamber of Com
& ii'ierte, except to point tu thesteaul
p,Hhlp lluijo'lulan, now building, with
.iictouimpiliiiloHs tor brtwoen forty
'Umnl flfjypit.bcugvii Mi IJearbom
KihlP, tiO fhlgh spots for thohu who
'wmilcd tho high spots. Whon It
(cmiea down tn tho brass taclcs ot
loelprninriiniionii, foily( p'lSsengerH
appAw . bo I'llu limit. '
S., Actions epeak louder than words,
;.., Tt .. w.. ,
oca tnererore tvc may asrume teat
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Entered at the Post office at Honolulu
.MARCH 24, 1910
the forty-passenger steamship or
flttv-passongcr steamship Is all thnt
tho manager of the American-Hawaiian
has to offer In that line.
To be as honest as Mr, Dearborn
lias been, wo do not bcllove that
accommodation for forty or fifty
11 Mir rcclprocitlun
for the advantages of earning be-
tween two and three hundred thou-
faml tons of freight.
Tho rcspoiiFo to this Is that tho
lilg freight Is not inotcil to San
rrnnclscd or Coast ports. And when
that Is said, a gic.it many men will
nsk whether ox cry transportation
Una solicitous of the good will of
a community, and anxious to servo
it In cery way pobslble, always
makes the same ratio of profit ou
cycry lino that It operates?
If It came to a show-down, would
It not bo good business for any
steamship company to operate a
Ehort,-haul passenger and freight
lino on a bienk-evon basis, or pos
slblyat a small loss, If It wcro ablo
to opcrato ten ships on nuothcr
long-haul freight lino at u good
Possibly the final answer piaybe,
If tho -hill facts were known:
"What's the-cuso ot talking about
this when It rIs not likely, to ,cotno
to n. Bhow-down?" ,
This has not bcep-i said, but- art
tioLs will speak louder thaiuwords.
-Arf for the passenger steamship
that will carry n good-sized cargo
ft freight, It should bo noted that
Mich a trauspoitiitlou proposition
has jet to prove a failure. Tho
Motson lino .njipears to ha dono
very well nt it. Certainly tho
(jtcanlc Steamship Company Is not
operating ' tho l'.e;imshlp Alameda,
and now tho steamship Sierra, with
larger passenger accommodations,
from philanthropic mothes.
Tho Oceanic curries lesg freight
thniija.i,"ilther. lino with ships call
lii(f:lltths port. Its steamer has
been tnoy&bject of as many gratui
tous knocks as any that sails tho,
IPacIfle. T lii tho face of this, tho
managers of the lino find sdfllclent
support to put a largo sum ot
money Into the improvement of tho
Th'e public docs not havo tho ad
vantage of perusing tho books of!
,Uierstcamshlp companies. It onjy
knows that , John D. Spreckels would
not run a steamer to, Honolulu Unit
was operated nt a loss ou tho, total
jour's buBlncss. It -also knows that
iliutli, tho American-Hawaiian and
tho Mntsoii Navigation companies
havo larger freights assured them,
by thousands of tons, than la, guar
anteed tho Oceanic, line.
The Ameilcan-llawallun,. carrying
tho laigcst freights, gives the least
uttcutlop to, passengers. Next
comes tho Matson(llne, that, strikes
affair average, with passenger ac
commodation on every 'steamship, tt
operates, with tho exception ,ot n
tharteiod boat., ,Aud then tho, Oca
hnle, with the leant freights 'and
iho jmgest rclatlvp passougcr cijulp
incnt. ' ,
Willi, theso facts before, thorn, It
Is hard,. very hard, fori tho lPOllP
to hellovo that tho canters ot tho
largcht Heights tau't 'uftoid to glo
this toswi Bteamorn carrying moro
pabscngers, In fact, the people
don't bollcvo what Is told thorn.
They bellevo that tho freight-carriers
arc- supremely belllsh, and
what Is moro to tho point, that they
aro supported In this belllsh policy
by tho nttltudo of tho men who con
trol the great bugnr freights.
The I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is satisfied that
tho steamship companies, paitlcu
larly tho American-Hawaiian, will
eventually guhl tho boat result
undjr u broader passenger policy.
Protected enterprises bhould iccog-nli-e
tliut they havo bomo other ro
bpoublbllltles under tho advantugee
given them by tho Amcilcan policy
Of piotectiou than tho nioro han
dling of tho freights especially
when dealing with a bcctlun of tho
couutiy having no other nicatia of
trunsportallou than by. walor,
'I hey know what thai reruns!
bility Is just sin well js ulijono cite,
Senator Daniel Stricken Dayfon,
ria Mar. tt. United States Senator
John W, Dinlol nf Virginia wan
i.tilcl.011 v.lth painhidn liero last
night. Ills physicians cay he will
RULES ON CASE
(Continued from Page 1) .
000 ordered by tho United Hlatos
supremo court levcrslug the Judg
ment ot this court in an action
ngtlnst tho Territory to recover that
sum for breach of nu agreement
made With the American Hoard of
foreign Missions by tho government
of tho ll?walan .Monarchy In 18 Ui
thatiln carrying on tho Lnhntnalituu
ichool it would not "teach or allow
tn he taught any religious tenet or
doctrine contrary to those thereto
fore inculcated by tho mission, ami
expressed In tho Confession ot
1'aitb," bet forth in the opinion In
19 Haw. 123,, 131, 132,
lu Ilowlcr v. Hoard of Immigra
tion, and Clcghorii, Collector Ueneral
of Customs, v. Luce, 7 Haw, 715
(1SS9), It was held that uttorncjs'
fees and commissions wero not ic
coverable against tiic government,
the court-saying (p. 710):
"Wo think It n sound principle
that whcio, tho Government co
uomli.o Is sued or brings n suit, oi'
where a department or bureau or of
flcer.of the Government has brought
butt or Is sued concerning matter
which In fact la not personal, but In
volves a claim of the Government!
as plaintiff, or a liability of tho i
Government as defendant, tho pliiln- f
lilt recovering should not havo Judg- llfp AVP ffftVl1(i
i.'cnt for attorney's fees or cnnimls-'TfC ill C Vllvl lllb
sion?, nor should tho plaintiff on
loning bo taxed with ntlorncv'B fees' - '
ami commissions on the amount sued For sale, eight (8) beautiful lots iri
for," the new Kaimuki Ocean View Dis-
Tho practice undoubtedly has trict. , " i
slnco conformed to this ruling ami ' , . ) . ....
wo sec no reason for reconsidering ' . T.hi orODerty is in one of the
or reversing it. Tho plaintiffs plalm choicest .blocks, in, the entire tract.
in tbalr petition, which is not enti
tled In assumpsit, Is for "fifteen I
thousand dollars" for" which thoy
pray judgment, not asMi.g costs.
The plaintiffs also ask thnt their I
judgment Ibo "entered as of Septem
ber S, 1008,"' tho date ot tha Judg-1
ment for tho defendant which has
bcu leveised, their object being to
obtain interest on tho judgment from 1
that date, the statute declaring (Sec.
2007 It. L.) that "no interest Bhall ,
bo allowed, on any claim up to tho ,
tlmo ofithe rendition of Judgment'
thereon by the court unless upon n 1
contract oxprcssly stipulating tar the '
payment of Interest." They claim
that since tho United States supremo
court has held that this court, was
Inicrror they havo been wronged
and kept out of tho use of the money
slnco the date of our judgment
against them, and tliut It Is equita
ble tliut tho judgment In their fa
vor bo antedated. Tho Tcnltory. pp-'
poses this claim and submits that
tho statute docs not allow Interest
after Judgment, .unless stipulated tor
It is uunccessaiy tu pass upon
this nvatter, but only ,to decide
whether tho judgment shall ho en
tered upon tho day of Its rendition
or bo made retrospective In effect.
It Is true that, overruling this court,
the United States supreme court held
that the Hawaiian,, government en
gaged to teach "tho definite relig
ious doctrino cxpiessed In tho con
fession of faith." nnd that It was
not enough "thnt religion should bo
taught, and that as taught It Bhould
not be contrary to tho doctrines men
tioned," or that "from 1877 until tho
prcsci.t dato tho course of religious
Instruction has been substantially the
same'," and that If thorn had been
any breach of tho ugreemcijt as early
ns 1877, ocqiilcsced In b) tho par
ties, this would not amount to a
waiver of the plaintiffs' claim.
Tho statute, )iwever, Is Impera
tive In prohibiting Interest prior to
the tlmo ot tho rendition of Judg
picnt. Nor does tho caso coiuo with
in theVhib.s In vvjilch delay of tho
court in coming to Us conclusion or
tho death-ot a party lifter tho, trial
and submission of n cause requires
.FOR SALE .
MAN0A VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele- '
vation , , . . ,. . .$4000
MAN0A VALLEY Two - story house; thres bed!
rooms; mountain and' marine view, House mod- '
em, grounds well improved :$5500
MANOA VALLEY Baildinir lots; We have tWo bar-
gains in building sites V $950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes ..,.'.'. ' '
i , . r v, .$3000 and),$3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished; to lease
for a term of years. Good opportunity for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six
months, Rentals,. ,.,... s$60 to $100 per .month
Fort and Merchant Streets
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
This Week's Bargains
j7. KAIMUKI HOME, HOUSE AND LOT $1400
CITY HOME, KINO ST.', 6O)tl20 LOT $2780
CITY HOME, NEAR .THOMAS-SQUARE $2500
MATLOCK AVE., HOME, SMALL LOT $2700
COLLEGE HILLS HOME, 100x200 LOT $2600
Trent Trust Co.,' Ltd.
VERY LIBERAL TERMS
For, full particulars regarding- thii
Bishop Trust, Company
If at nil,
Judgment bo given effect,
as fur back as tho day of
submission. Seo 1 Prccman on
Judgments (3 Hd.), Sees. 5708
The Judgment must bo dated on
the day of Us" rendition, and is to bo
entered on the samo day.
n. U. Withlngton and C. II. Olson
13. W. Sutton, Deputy Attorney
General, for tho Tcrrtoiy.
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4 EWA'S' ADVANTAGES
(Continued front Pane 1)
and uno In' the nid, nnd there is no
limit pluced on tho nmount that may
bo Ubedtfor.houschoU and garden pur-';
Russians Are Tired.
The largo number of Itusslun
Immigrants who havo been detained
at tho United States ' quarantine sta-(i
Hon. owing to tho presence of many
cases ot diphtheria among them, aro
declared to havo become exceeding-1
ly boicd nnd wearied at the Ufa
ot Idleness that they aro compelled
to lead, and a number have signi
fied tlielr intention of accepting em-
ployment and taking up any kind"
of honorable; work upon being
grunted their' release. I
Tho Russians aie becoming dis
contented under tho continued In
dolcnco enforced by their rcsldcnco
ou the Island. It Is understood that
tho greater portion' of immigrants
will bo rclcubcd on Monday.
Tllcjo may bo a few cases whlrh
wl)l cutset,, tho Tedeiul , authorities
to detain them a little longer.
WHEN TIME COUNTS, USE THE
v t .-
Oftlcc open' on Sundays from 8 to
10 in the morning. ,
The raclflc Mall liner. Siberia,
from tho Orient, nnd duo to, arrive
at Honolulu tomorrow morning, Is
reported us bringing between two
hundred and thirty and two hun
dred and forty additional Hussions
for tho plantations of Hawaii.
It this consignment of recruits
are afflicted with diphtheria, as
wcro tlio delegations which have
previously arrived, they, arc duo for
a period ot a week to fourteen dajs'
detention ou tho Island.
Seven now cases were discovered
among tho Immigrants at quaran
tine jesterdny. On tho other hand,
a number ot thoso who havo been
suffering from dfphthcila havo bcon
removed from tho utfllctcd ward to
Unit portion of tho station occupied
by tho unafflictcd.
TRIPLETS, AH BOYS,
BORN AT OSCEOLA
OSCKOLA, Mar. 6.--Trfplcts wcro
born Saturday night to Mr. and
Mrs. Georgo Norton ot this city. All
inro bojs. Thoy havo a son, Carl,
j lacking a week ot being a )oar old,
'making four bojs lu less than a
car. All the bojs aro healthy and
strong. It Is claimed by r. Hol
lonbrook, tlio attending phvslclan,
that It Is tho first set ot triplets born
lu Clarke -ounty.
lunroe. Editor Now
0. Dav IU Alexander
Mu irje, . distant editor ot tho
North Anic -lean Review, died lato
tonight at St. Vincent's Hospital,
aged C9, Mini roe was born in Scot-,
If jour watch is not keep
ing good time; not giving the
satisfaction it should, bring it
to us for examination. Wc
will give vou an honest report
on -its condition ,and honest
service if it needs our atten
tion. . ' '
Our experience in handling
fine timepieces extends over a
period of many years. Your
timepiece is safe with us.
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ft m ir
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GURRE Y'S, Ltd.,
PALACE FENCE IS
READY TO GO
.Governor Says Time Fir,
Changes Is At
1 Governor Frcar thinks It Is about
time that tho fenco around tho Capitol
Grounds was removed, occordlng to a'
statement mnde by tho chief exccutlvo
this morning. Tho Governor did not'
stato definitely that ho' was1 eicactlyj
ready to authorize tho removal of tho
fenco but ho stntcd that the side was
receiving his favorable consideration.
Governor Frear Bald that tho fenco
would havo to bo removed In tlmo,
any way, because It was rusting and
that It would ho wiser to make some
ilUposltloi) of It nt tho present tlmo
when rt-good prlco coeal oo realized uy
auctioning tho fenco off.
'Of conrso Bomo will object, ob-
nerved tho Governor, "but I think that
tho sentiment of tho community Is fav
orable to the removal of the fence. It
"would bo a distinct Improvement to
tho nppearanco.of tho grounds.
Infected Wounds Also Yield to DJph-
therla Remedy Discovery an Ac
PHILADELPHIA, Tcb. 22. Blood
polponlng, hitherto considered nn al
most Invariably fatal disease, and oncJ
vwiobo. onsc is iircaded uy ovcry suri
gcun, can,-uc cured uy nipniucna anti
toxin, accoidlng to a repoit to the Phi
ladelphia medical profession-- by Dr.
lidward M. uoacou. ' v .
Thb discovery of thlm now nnd im
looked for power of diphtheria anti
toxin woo. made-accidentally. Dr. Dea
con had under his care a maternity
case. Tho woman was not in robust
phjslcal. condition, and she developed
headache, chtlla and other suspicious
symptoms several days after tho birth
of her child. .
When the woman's temperature
reached 105',& with a pulse ot 1C0, ac
companied by stufiidncbs nnd repeated
chills, It was, seen tho case was a most
desperate one. Dr. Deaconi decided to
use dlphtheila anti-toxin, though ho
had never heard ot Its ttso befofro lu
that kind of n case. The first doso
was, a heroic ono of JifiQQ units. This
was lu the motnlng.'nnd was followed
oy 4,wu units that night. Tho tern-' .
peraturo then fell to 101S, pulso U8.
The patient was not quite so stupid, j J
Tho next day 10,000 units were again I
iujeetcdv In two doses, whereuimu tho
temporatnre fell to 101, pulso HO. Tho
woman was' brighter 'and took moro'
nourishment. After another, doso of
10,000 units tho tempoiaturo went
down to 102. pulse 120. A fourth like
doso tho following' da y reduced the
temperature to 100',j, pulso 100, Tlio
next day only 4.000 units of tho anti
toxin was given, and-the toinperaturo
went down to 0SC, pulse 80. A doso.
of 5,000 units was given, the following
Then followed' fivo days of normal
temperature and pulse, during which
no-' nntl-toxlu was administered. On
thoslxth day tho teniieratura rose to
101 vlth n pulso of 110. Tho anti
toxin administrations wcro then re
sumed: '3 000 units on tho first day,
10.000 units on the second doyr and
9,000. units on tho third day. Tho tern
peraturo and pnlto having now be
come once more almost normal, tho
tiso of tho antl toxin was discontinued,
about 70.000 uults( having been used.
Throughout hcr'lllness tho patient
was kept on u liquid diet of milk., egg
nogg and beef tea. ytillo the nntl
toxlu was being used, a combination
of jBtrychnlne,-glonolni and digitalis
was also used vory persistently.
SAYS PATTEN WAS WARNED.
MAKCIIUSTUK, Kug., Mar. II.
Presiding at tho annual meeting ot
tho Hoy.il Uxchango today, Arthur
A. lluworth, member of' Parliament
for Manchester South, expressed ro
grel that James A. Patten, "a citi
zen ot a frlondly country," had been
subjected to nnnojanco whllo visit
ing, the Cofton Exchange Mr. Ha-
sortli auucu mat, anticipating a
potslbly hostllo' demonstration, no
had wurried Patten's friends", and ho
regretted tho lack ot discretion on
their part In not, Jicedlug tho wunr
Tobacco Foolinc Bill Made La
Irankfort, Ky., Mar. U. The so-
called lobneco pooling bill, which
Governor Wilson jestfirday vetoed,
was last night passed over tho veto
by both tho House and tho Bonate.
Tho Houso voto was 77 to 11 nnd
tho Seuuto 31 to 5.
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. FORT- SHAFTER NEWS j. u
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
Tho rain has been Interfcrlngwlth
tho baseball practlco tho cnttro week.
Somo practice has-been dono but not
as much as tho team needs- to got
Into siiapo for tlio coming tournament
between Fort Shatter, Btii cavalry, N.
O. II. and tho Marines, which begins
Saturday April 2nd. Tho games will
benplacd at tho Athletic -Park .and
each game will bo n double-header. Tho
games April 2nd will bo aa fallows:
Fort Shorter vs. Marines and 6th Cav
ajry vs. N. O. H. All tho managers
arc putting their best men on - tho
teams nnd tho opening gamos are. ex
poctud 'to fatt once. - t r
Fott , Shatter bus, ployed several
piactlco gamos with tho Ma'rlncs and
have been defeated moro gamesi than
they have won but It Is cxpoctod that
they will put up u. better fight In tho
coming tournament as tho placra
havo been changed about ami j also
somo now men secured.- , ,
The athletic ofllccr Is nianager, and
Sergeant McCall, Company II, 20th In
fantry is' captain of tho presentiteam.
Thcro wero a number of games qt
hand-ball played Wednesday, afternoon
at tho now hand ball court at tho post
gymnasium. Tho men aro taking an
lutorebt In tho play' and the court is
hover Idlo In tho afternoons.-1,,, (
This stops tho basket ,ball. playing
as both courts aro to layed out that
tho different, gumes cannot bo played
at tho hamo tlmo.
Tho shooting gallery of Company O,
Is busy. almosL every day, Tho men
are' taking advantago ot tho opportun
ity and getting plenty of rlflo prac
tlco which thoy will need In tho com
ing target season. Tho practlco at
tho gallery Is in addition to tho.rcim,
lar company drills.
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