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CvnN'INO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., flUDAV, MAIt. 23, 1910.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN 2UBLISHIN0 CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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U Hpi pditorial Rooms,
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The soul asks lioncr, and net
fame; to be upright, not to be suc
cessful; to be fiooj, not prosperous;
to be essentially, not outwardly, re
"Called to-Calro" will take a plao
with tlio "return from i:ib.i,"
"3ui.n Jim." Iiuuiul fur New Or
leans, Is a rPKul.tr Hawaii promotion
Mr. I'crrtslmus has said ro much
about Atkinson In his letters tu Ills
umrlal oi Ran, that further comment
Would he superfluous.
The man who sent ti 1 ntitomolillo
over tn miles Ui llfty-hvo seconds
will find mil) the members of the
suicide rluli anlous to cmulnta
4 Congressman Fitzgerald is one or
the few men of Congress who didn't
disappear from public Icw shortly
after the tour of the Territory of
Honolulu, piay not have Itoosovolt
hut It will have tlio gratification of
n sight of the man who made Khar
toum and a grind part of Egypt pos
sible for the foreigner.
Wlille Dearborn and Slatson are
reai'tilug u goLtloinan'a ngrccment,
let tis hope they wilt not decide to
iltvnrio the Honolulu passenger bus
iness tu order to Keep Hie peace.
, Observer wnnts to Know why Mr.
Vcollej went to work so quietly In
pVnshlngtou. Agents who scheme to
work off a Job on the people usually
topy the system ot the thief In the
When men like Itev. Hubert liur
ilettc say such pleasant things of
Hawaii, It seems remarkable that
peoplo 'making their homes here,
should be the only ones to speak
oil of tlio place.
I.ct a delegation of Russian
women', visit tlio homes they may
have on the plantations, and It 14
t.afu In predict they will vote for
tlielr husbands to accept tlio oppor
tunity and go to work.
Mr. Dearborn would bo entitled to
n hlgh'placo In tlio fool's ParadUo
Thurston Is running if ho wero to
join In u proposition to suspend the
roastwl shipping law during tlio
J ear or two that would elapse while
u tourist passenger boat costing a
mlllloi. and a half was being con
Prof.lidgar ! I.arkln, tho noted as
tronomer,' was discussing marriage u
a dlnncr.jii San rianclsco. l'rof. I.ar-
kin believes that It Is cilmlnul to con
tinue foTjllfe niairiages that mo nu
lla l'P. MB
"Wiiyrconilcnili," Iiu Mid, Willi a
grim Inpgli, "men and women to micli
misery )i allllctH uur mutual it lends,
tint III uiks? Wc have all mutual
frlriidrrlii I he Blanks' position.
"At thu height of their nightly quar
ill tho ujher day Mrs. lllaiik choked
back n sob and said reproachfully;
"'I was rending ono of otir old let
tctH todstg, Jumes. pud nu said in It
that yoiTfyouM ralhcr llvo in endless
torincnt'wlth me than In bliss by your
'"Well. I got my wish,' Dlunk
dipt. ;Kolainl Atuiindsc'ii, Norway's
famous jttlc explorer, In tho course
ot a illimj r glien by Consul General
llnvn atjtho Wnldoif-Astoila In his
honor, praised 'tho American urmy.
"Votirjjiluntccr Hystuni secniB to mo
ndmlinbjcj" he said. "Such bravo and
''intelligent voluntows as inura ant
liiiclj IcIh I'iiiiiiI Kvcii the fiinn?
blink's that an told or iIiimi joiing
men iiuum ii-im iieaic,u u rule
T-teitlfyo iiu iuiii Iudcpr-ndciuc
at tbci vouiult-ti i, ilitiiactcr
1 1k"ho,,Iii mind j Mon that 1 licwrd
about jNjliohal (iuurd ciic.impuunt
last buiomur. A nun volunteer, who
had nofyt't qulto learned Ills business,
wns on gentry duty one night when a
ftlend brought hlni a I'lo from tho
JtUJitEinJr. -N Ht
-t ue l.ii on tub rj tjtiiu nit.
I'er S1& MoDtai 0 flo
Pet Yer, nrheie1n US I.k
Pel Veil anrrrirr n Canada,. I. Bo
Per Year ixntpatd, loieitn 3,uo
ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
bntercd at Ihe Tostoflice at Honolulu
u secood-clftit railttf.
.MARCH 25. 1910
structed for the local sen Ice. Ho
has wit enough to know that sus
pension of pioteetlou means ruin for
an American passenger ship.
If Straus doesn't ask Roosevelt
what ho thinks of the coastwise
(hipping law, some people In. Ho
nolulu will dec'nrc that the former
Secretr.rj doesn't appreciate all tlmt
wat done for him while In the city.
Fhe hundred thousand dollais de
voted to pensions for tlio relatives of
men who lost their lives on tho bat
tleship Maine seems more practical
than using tho money to raise tho
wreck that has become scrap Iron.
it wilt be a mighty good proposi
tion tu go slow In doctoring (ho
Walklkl licach. Nature has taken
pretty good caro of It thus far, nnl
the llrst thing they know, the spe
cialists may find they have killed
After the transportation managers
havo gone, you'll find a few men
who kept tory quiet while tho pro
grams were being mado up sudden
ly coming to the front with loud
mouthed, declarations about what
oughP-tot-haveliceii done.' ' '
MR. DEARBORN'S TOURIST
When tho American-Hawaiian
steamship managers mid tlio Hawai
ian freight dispensers start off on
tangents of four-day tourist ships,
they aro befogging tho Immcdlato
passenger and frclgnt Issue and
"lluslncss men of Honolulu havo
mot forgotten tho passenger steam
er proposition that was made to the
merchants somo years ngo. It was
tho clcarctt-cut "sure thing" for tho
American-Hawaiian that was ever
Put on .the market. It tied up the
merchant freight of Honglulu under
u eon 1 1 net us tight as a drum anil
one lone passenger steamship was
all they were to get for tho prlvl-'Iffgo-of
tying tho merchants hand
'Just by wuy of shuwlug that that
eChcnio was lopsided from the stand
point of this community, tho Mat
son company has coma Into tho flolu
as u free lanco titid tho Oceanic lint
remained ns it free lance, with tho
result that the passenger service Is
at-lcast better than It would have,
been under tho ono-stcatner scrvlco
proposed at that time.
Under that proposition, tho Auicr-
pic, tho major sauntered up In undrcsR.
The sentry, not recognizing him, did
not salute, and tho major stopped and
"'What's that you havo theio?'
"'I'lo,' said llto t-eutry, good-naturedly.
'Applo plo. Havo a bit?'
"Tho Major frowned,
" '!i ou know who I am?' ho asked.
"'No,' t-.ild tho hcnliy, 'unless jou'ro
tlio major's groom.'
"Tho major shook his head.
" '(luces iigulli,' ho glow led.
" 'Tho barber from tho village?'
"'Jlujbo' hero tho sentry laughed
'mujbc jou'ic tho major himself?'
" 'That's right. I am tho major,' was
tho stein reply.
"The sentry scrambled to his feet.
"'Ootid gruclous!'1 ho exclaimed.
'Hold tho plo, will on, while I picscnt
Lincoln tleuchey, tlio Toledo aero
naut, was being congratulated on tho
two-thnuhaiid-dollar prize that ho won
with him dlrlglblo balloon ut St. Louis.
"And how did jou feel when you
found yourself tho victor?" a young
"1'tci?" said Mr lle.iclie. laughing.
"Why. I fell cicllcd. lliLileietl. I fell
Jusf '"' ,n'' "l1 'fKlcdu frit ml. Johu
HutnphretTi, at the time hU Hut baby
'To Jack Humphreys, cvncrln; In
hla UbrJrj, thai doctor entered.
" 't'ongratulallons, Mr. lluuiphreya,'
tho doctor said. 'A lino twelvopound
" 'Glorious! shouted Jack, hysterical
ly, 'And am I a luth'tr or a juolliur
Ic.ti.llawallan cunipAtiy would have
hud the merchant freight, as welt ns
the sugar freights, sewed up In n
bag; the Matson company could
not have entered the passenger bus
iness or bid for the freights, and
tho Oceanic would jAobably havo
been driven out ot tho Honolulu
Undo. Tor all of this Honolulu
would havo received one steamship
with first-class passenger accommo
dations. This icmlnder Is not uttered in
any disrespect to Mr Dearborn and
those associated with him. We
merely nolo the fact to indicate that
Ills company has never made lnovrs
along tho line of passenger bcrvice
without asking a very comfortable
contribution on the part of tho peo
ple of this city, not only In casn
Investment, hut In most exceptional
guarantees of freight. That scheme
to which Mr. Dearborn lias recalled
attention was a good deal like the
plan. passed jp to Congress for guar
anteeing the bonds of u railroad In
tended to be run through n district
whero freight was fully developed
and merely waiting for tho road to
come. Congress turned the railroad
scheme down. Iluslness men tuny
love nnd do appreciate the excellent
qualities of tho American-Hawaiian
rltcamshlp' Company, but many havo
a feeling that they do i.ot care to
trust their Industrial, financial nnd
transportation boul for nil (line tu
that compnny, which, up to tho pres
ent time, with Its mountainous two
hundred and seventy thousand tons
ot freight, has not brought fori'i
an) thing more than a passenger
mouse capable of accommodating
twelve people. To bo sure, wo
are told there Is a forty-passenger
steamship on tho stocks building for
this trade, but wo hnvo to remember
that tho Virginian was once halted
as n passenger steamship and that,
somehow', the passenger cud of it
struck a snag' before tho echoes of
tho shouts of praise and aduratlou
had died out.
1-very time Honolulu has
spoken up with a peep that had tho
suggestion of a demand tor passen
gers, tho biggest freight carrier do
ing business with tucso Islands hiw
always had something different to
, That's the long nnd short of It.
We admit It Is all good business
for tho steamship company, but It
Is .not good business for the city ot
i. The great tourist steamer and
splendid tourist hotel nro details of
a big proposition, a 'g-oat enter
prise entitled to be considered by
Itself, No one raises any objection
to it. Hut It should not bo allowed
to befog the main Issue, which Is:
What do the transportation iiics
carrying the great fi eights of these,
Islands Intend to do toward meet
ing tho rightful demand of tho peo
ple for passenger accommodations
on tho steamships handling their
products and supplies?
Mr. Dcarbprn, who handles tho
largest freight, presents staterooms
and so forth for twclvo passengers
at present, with promise of fifty nt
a future date.
Captain .liaison, who carries tho
next largest amount ot freight, has
nil but ono of the steamers ho oper
ates equipped for 'passengers andean
carry between two nnd'thrco hun
dred. Spicckcls, with his Oceanic steam
ship, carries (ho least Height, unit
has now put on a steamer that will
accommodnto between two and mice
hundred first-class passengers.
Now, It. does bcem that before or
at least, dining the tlmo that tho
tourist steamer am tourist hotel aio
being developed, tho American-Hawaiian
lino should strive lo irath a
higher passenger avoiage in older
that tho cuuimon, ordinary, woik-.i-day,
busy, solf-rcspcctlug, citizens, v ho
have mado this Territory and this
city what they are, and havo done
MANOA VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice cle
MANOA VALLEY Two story house; three bed- .
rooms; mountain and marine view. House mod-' ....,
em, grounds well Improved , ". .$5500
MANDA VALLEY Building lots. Wc have two bar
gains in building site, $050 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
$3000 and $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished; to lease
for a term of years. Good oppcrtunity for the right
Several EURNISHED HOUSES, for .niods.of four Jo jix
months. Rentals $60 to $100 per month
iuj iDwii i ii ji il j I j ..u - - i J i t- a ini Liut iium axi - jjiu m ,uu nu
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
This Week's Bargains
7. KAIMUKI HOME, HOUSE AND I.0T $1400
68. CITY HOME, KINO ST., 60x120 LOT $2750
18. CITY HOME, NEAR THOMAS SQUARE $2500
19. MATLOCK AVE., HOME, SMALL LOT. ...'.... T$2700'
67. COLLEGE HILLS HOME, 100x200 LOT $2600
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
We Arc Offering
For sale, eight (8) 'beautiful lots in
the new Kaimuki Ocean View Dis
trict. This Drc-perty is in one of the
choicest blocks in the entire tract.
VERY LIBERAL' TERMS
For fall particulars rctrardinp; this
Bishop Trust Company,
so much to help ninko Mr. Dear
born's lino what It Is It does ap
pear leasonablo that, these uvcrago
citizens of Hawaii should be given
that to which they aio In all Justlco
'If M,r. Dearborn lived In Hono
lulu he would, not only seo tho Jus
tice of what Is asked, but ho would
ho up In tho llrst low calling for tlio
broad icclproclty that Miould accom
pany American protection.
(Continued from Face 1)
bo forwarded heio by practically every
vessel leaving tho Japaneso porta for
A, L. C. Atkinson, tlio special agent
rcpicseutlng the Territorial Immigra
tion Hoard Is icpoitcd ast stationed at
Kobe, Japan at the tlmo l'erclstrouse
departed for Hawaii. Atkinson Is In
chnrgo of a small party of Husslaus
and unless the order Is countermanded
by tho Tcriltorlal Immigration Hoard,
this delegation of itliout twenty peoplo
will bo thu last that will bo scut from
Muncliiirla and Siberia.
Tho Siberia brought two hundred
and thirteen Ilussluiis tho main part
being roendted from In and about
Harbin, Manchuria, Out of this num
ber ono bundled nnd twenty one nro
men, whllo forty-six aro women and
forty six children aro In tlio party.
Tho party aru a liusky and healthy
lot of people. Tho uilults huvo all (ho
appearances of nuiklngilrst claBs .work
men provided they are not contamin
ated with the bplrlt'of discord whirl
I' I 5.1
WHEN TIME COUNTS. USE THE
Office open on Sundays from 8 to
1U in the morning,
tho Husblnii agitator Ih scattering
broadcast nhordvvr opportunity offers.'
As the Siberia steamed through tho
channel tow'auls tho Alakca wharf, a
small crowd of Kusslang could bo seen
stationed on the naval wharf and they
mado several Ineffectual attempts (a
get Into communication with tho rc
cent arrivals who thronged (ho deck
and lined thu rail or the Siberia.
rciclstinuso will bo taken tj Quar
amino Island as soon as toss I bio In
order (hat ho can get to work among
tho Russians who nro quartered there
awaiting tho prescribed period of de
tention. Tho Siberia wns visited by tho full
strength of tho medical staff of tho
federal quarantine station this morn
ing. Tho Russian party was found
freo from sickness of any kind and
they wero soon passed.
The Immigration authorities will
take charge ot tho Russians upon
When Pcrclstrotis emerged from tho
wharf building and got into an auto
mobile, the HuBslans who had been
waiting nil tho morning crowded
n i mind tho enr and hegan Jabbering at
him. Tho chauffeur wns nonplussed
nnd stopped his machluo soveral times.
Chief McUiiffle then lold tho driver to
get a move on ami loavo (ha crowd
behind. As I'crelslrous drovo off ho
shoulcd t t something In Russian to
Thr- ) wero most persistent
nnd, evil .anting to impress tho
rec jf the. poveity on tho promot
O of (ho 1 isslan Immigration bust
ncss, lifted (heir skirts and displayed
Jhojfact (hat (bey had no stockings
on, and that their Biipply ot clothing
was giving nut fast
If your watch is not keep
ing good time; not giving the
satisfaction it should, bring it
to us for examination. Wc
will give you an honest report
on its condition ,and honest
service if it needs our atten
Our experience in handling
fine timepieces extends over a
period of many years. Your
timepiece is-safe with us,
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LEADING JEWELERS -
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RULERS. LINE UP
Notley Heads The Ticket;
Charles K. Notloyt Dclcgato to Con
11. It. Makckati, Senator.
S, K. Kahana, Senator. .
J. K. Itaohl, Representative, Kohala.
Henry Kawehchl, Representative,
8. Laiaro, Representative, South Ko
nn. John Ahu or Napollona Puoanut,
II. S. llaahco, Representative, Pu
na. Thos. P. Allona, Representative, 8.
V. N. Puidy, Representative, llama
kua. V'm. M. Kcolanul, County Sheriff.
T. K. Uilakca, County Treasurer.
C, K. McOulrc, piohablo candidate
Tho ahoye candidates, t according to
tho dlst .vyhloh was, received by tho
Homo Rule party executive committee
here.'hnvc been selected and'endorsed
by tho, Homo Killer jm Hawaii for tho
next campaign. Almost all of ,them,
with the exception of C. K, McUulrc,
aro staunch Homo Rulers.
The ticket Is headed by Notley, tho
president' bf tho'HdmVnulo'party.'Whb
has had tho honor of being tho candi
date for Delegate to Congrassifor many
.vcars, Although, Jiq, was hnaulm,qiudy
supported by the Homo Rulers, ho has
never been elected. Ho 'Is, neveftho-
less, proud of receiving the nonilnn-
tlon for tho Congressional honor, lr
rcspectivq.pf tho. mauy defeats ho'has
experienced. , , , ,n
, Mnkekau has been In, tha Senate
qulto frequently. Ho Is pnq of,. tlio
most level-headed mp mbers bf the'Sen
ate, and, It Is expected that ho will bo
elected again, regardless of his party
amilatlon. , , , . ,
Knwcwehl Is an old member of the
Houso of Representatives. JIo Is.surp,
It Is reported, of sotting tho nomina
tion. Purdy,,wlio Is,, well known, In. Ham
nkua, will undoubtedly ccelvo tho
nomination and support of his -party.
Ho was onco a member of (ho Houso
T. K. Lalakea. tho nrescnt Countv
Treasurer of Hawaii, lit considered u
hard man to heat,
Kallauokalanl, Hr., .vice president of
tho Home RiiIb parly, said this morn-
lug that the Home Ilulo party district
and precinct ichrbs- are" doing good
work among the votois.
SIBERIA SICKNESS NOT SERIOUS
(Continued from Face 1)
many evidences 'of being atillctcd with
the Asiatic scourgo and It was only
after a mlscroscoplc analysis and ex
amination of the pnlletits blood was
mado that tho case was declared, ns
not being pluguo and the Siberia thou
permitted to como Insldo tho harbor
and lake her place, at Alakca btrect
wharf shortly beforo ono o'clocjc (his
l'our cabliupasBcugcrs and ono lay-
oer pabsenger arrived for Honolulu.
In (ho stcerago wus a motley nggrega
tlbn qf Orientals, a, largo number of
whom will remain hero., In addition to
213 Russian incur women and children
(ho Siberia brought 40 Japanese, 29
Uhlncsu and 17 rlllplpos.
llcforo tbd vessel sails for Sail Trim
clseo nt ten o'e!6ck tomorrow morn
lag, about eight hundred tuns of
freight will bo discharged hero. .This
cargo consists ohletly of rice and Jap
anese xood, stuns. .v
Tho ,vesi'cl.s bearing ubout suventy
through, passengers to San Kranoisco
together with nearly six thousand tons
of general cargo.
"Wo met with plenty of rough wqa
tlrcr on thu trip aciuss (ho Pacific," do-'
clarcd Purser Hyrup this pioriilug,.Tho
passengers however speak In pleasing'
terms uf, the ship nnd tliclr treatment)
by the genial stuff of, officers aboard
that vessel. , A ,,'
Tho Slbeila called nt, JIaiilla nnd
leinalncd there for threo days. While
thcio koiiio llreo million Phlllppluu
clgais wcio taken. on board, .(heso be
ing destined for Honolulu and tha
mainland. Thu vessel also has valu
able consignment of bamboo hats, and
a shipment of copra.
On board "are a numberof Phlllp-
! 1 f ' i '
i) .,V iji
Films Developed at i
is gained by exercise,
Success ,j(f -f- '
is gained by sating some
part of your income,' There is
'no better training'Tor Finan-.
clal- Success than regular
pay-day visits to your Saving
Bank of Hawaii,.'
Capital and Surplus: !"
- - r - $1,000,000
plno Insular government omployqca
and school tuachcrs who urd en routo
to tho United Slates on their Icavcf
of absence. Tho passenger list in
cludes very few ot promlnenco In the
The ubuul quota bf missionaries epi
barked 'at Shanghai and the oilier
Cilua. coast poi ts.. , .
The Siberia will toko nearly ono
hundred first class passengers front
Honolulu when bho Balls for Sau
Kronclsco tomonoW inornlnp.
m PROPERTY TITLt
at n-tt i i-mi nV jlj jf
Deals -With Law
Of Descent ;
Tho Supremo Court yesterday ren
dered a decision In tho caso of Kahu- .
nd'rtul 'and 'other)' pialntlhfrln-error,
agalast JamrJs''lf.'!auuaWoa an'd otb
'prs, ciefonilanWlu-crror,'' which ''con
EtuiCH an -Important seqtlop p(. tlio
tatule ot dos,cQnt.'RovJd aVs'(25jblJ.
This, secll.on pr9vlden .that when 'a Io
nian dlis Intestate w(tlioyt1lssu6. rj'or
father nor mother, "hof csWoshjill
icsccnd one hair to her hustanil) and
tho other half to her .brothers" aad sjsr
ters, and the. children of any! brbtl)ur
or.blstor by rlghti of representation."
Thcnvtho statute provides that'Uio
next ot kin shall take If there U ho
husband, .ppr fbrqthejr nor sister "rior
descendants, of any , deceased,, brother
,or, lstcr' . t , ,.,, ,V.,
Tho plaintiffs w,er thq grauiljchll
drcn ot a deceased sister ot lira. Iyu
hao.Snirfen, who lived many yojrs on
hor premises at 1515'Nulianu'aTenuc.
Tho contctjt Is over the tltlo'to, tho tjld
.Ipuhao premises n'djql'rilng Gcorso
Robcrtson'a fploce. , ," J
Thu defendants represent X'MaUu
uakca, a nloco of Mr. Ipuhao and claim
taut Ulla was thu only "child" of Ipu
hao's, ulster and sluiuld t,V.i pae-halt
wth'tho'husl(and.T, ', ? Viu ".
Tho plaintiffs cjuluied that thejf 'aro
the.grandcblldrep otUJla's, dpecased
sister and thatjjtnowojd clldrch"
In .tho statute. nioanji"7'desccnriu'ntii."
They claimed ono, .quarter, bf ',tbo es
tate, admitting tyat ,'lJlla Ipp ,oqe
quarter. -Tho Suprchq'Coiw'so; held.
.Judge, Robinson 'had' lit)ld "Jthat tjio
word 'chlldren",'docs not 'rnVau' des
cendant a and that grand-hcphewB a'ro
excluded from taking under' the' btat
pto when any nephews aro living.
Judgo Whitney has also so held In a
recent-case. This settles a disputpd
l'lnW a '
Magoon and Wcaycr,, appeared for
Plalntlffflln-crror and W. fi. ,AchJ (fr
,"i' ii "
, A South African funuor'd'lscoyer
od tho now comet, tliareby.icorrcct
lg thqpupular Imjircselpn that, tho
entire population of (ho Dark Con
tlnet Is nut watching the lion kill
ing. Omaha Republican.
A Jiostoiilan Is quoted as saylnir
tlwit 30. cents a "day Is enough rfdr
anybody to spond In buying food. Iir
anybody but the deponent," "'ot
course? ---..-.,...,., ,
in . ij
"c ataill ;
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