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EVENING 11ULLETLS', HONOLULU, T. II.. FRIDAY,. Aril. 1, 1010.
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Who Is the hnnnlcst of ment He
who values the merits of others, and!
in their pleasure takes joy, even as
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though 'twere his own. ooethc.
It Is the ninn who hns conhilpn"0
In Honolulu and tho Territory of Ha
waii that ou may pick ns a winner.
Mighty few people In Hawaii he-
llevo In prohibition. The only ques-
tlon Is how
many will he fooled
' Last year was a great one for Ha
waii's sugar Interests, but the next
six months will be the greatest ever
for! that Industry.
At the present rato of progress,
I'ctclstrous will soon bo looking for
ii flying machine to cscapo the Im
portunities of his friends.
Itooscvelt has called for Straus
and I'lnchot. What the public want
to know Is the gist of the niessago
he sent to lllg Ilrother Hill Taft.
Old Honolulu will have Its day
ugnlu with Captain HJiidlotte in
town looking lifter the welfare ot
passengers by the San Francisco
Ilrother Woolley tnlks about what
lie Is going to do In Hawaii just as
'If ho had the whole population
pawed up in u hag, to do with as
suits his sweet will.
Why Is It thnt the famous Nuu
nmi dam Is lying so low during tne
rainy season? Is this expensive
structure to exist exclusively for
According to tho prospects WaT
arc presented In the sugar market
lV- by, tho sugar experts, this Is the
- time to lay in a supply ot sugar
, stocks at the ruling prices.
-'( Judging from the way they nro
,j handling that letter from tho J'lnnl
l -ers' Association, jou might suppose
Vtho ordinary bol-pollol had nothing
to do with public business.
This diplomatic talk atid .dlP'Q
matte courtesy In tho cxchniigo of
correspondence is mnsuy u uuncoinu
relic of days that have passed. This
Is presumably an American Terri
tory, Mist evcryouo who has gono Into
the matter with n mind unpieju-
diced bcllovcs with tho Federal
urailil Jury that temperance nt ii
military post can bo better promoted
by regulation than prohibition.
"AsUle from Utah," lllshop David
'A. Smith says, "Hawaii Is the
greatest country on earth." From
this We might Infer that the prin
ciple's 'of llrlgham Young are mak
ing headway In this part of the
All our now steamships havo been
a, llttlj behind schedule, on. tlie llrstausslans to return to their homes
' EVENING SMILES
There Is a difference of opinion be-. "A lady haB been hurt thrown from
twccn"a conductor and n brakeman on a carriage. Sho Is lying down there
n certain Hue In Montana ns to tho In tho road. Can you glvo mo some
pmpunclntlon of the station's name, whisky for her?" cried tho visitor In
"Kurolla." ,bieathless anxiety.
' I'asBcngorH nro cnnsldei ably Btartled' "Well, no, wo don't never keep no
on.nfilval at this particular station to whisky," said tho natlvo born, after
-jhear tho conductor jell:
'tyou'rrf a Har; you're a liar!"
- This, statement Ib then conflrmej
by thirhrakeninn, who roars:
,'"Yo1i"really are; ou really are!"
Hilly .MoTovlsh, the Scottish golf ,
playor.Jwas staying ns thp guest ofj
an elderly lady ut n summer homo I
near Fond du Lae. White they weioj
out driving ono afternoon thehad tho
mlsforthno to nleet the omnipresent
uutomobllo nt a slini-p turn In the road,
'Tho horses belpg spirited, shied, dash
ing the cnrrlago against a treo and
tliiowlripr tho occupants In tho road.
Tho 'Scotchman picked ii'lnibclf up
untiijiued, but was horrllled to seo
his aged hostess lying cm the giouml
unconscious, Tthnnlng to n nearby
fnrm hpknocked nt tho door for somo
time before ho finally eucceeded In
hrlnglns'u aunbonueted woman to tho
1m sit Montiu ..a .no
-Fer Year, anrwheieln U.S I.oo
Pet Year anywhere n Canada.. I.flo
PerVear iwHimld, loieiin t 3,oo
., APRIL 1, 1910
trip, but Hint Is easily forgiven
when the progress townrd Inrger
nnd better passenger accommodation
under the American flag Is tin
Fiom all Indications, the latest
fntal nuto accident was not the re
mit of carelessness or undue speed,
but It brings, home the fact that the
limn nt the wheel of an auto driven
nt the leg.it speed carries a terrific
Investors In "foreign bonds" may
have been able to tighten tho local
money market, but the public will
have their revenge In the coming
summer, when the income from sug
ar securities will break all records
Honolulu has ever know.i.
We nre stu prised nt the Insistence
with which some people are calling
on Mr. McCandless to declare him
self on the liquor question. Don't
they know that every candidate for
olll cc believes, eventually, In that
which Is best for the people?
So many workers nre going on
strike for Increased wages thnt the
public will watch with special Inter
est what Is done, by the Pennsyl
vania railroad employes when the
ill for sympathy comes. Their
,-accs were laiscrt six per ceni
without the neccssHy of solicitation
by means ot a strike.
Plantation stores relllng necessi
ties nt cost prices will Immediately
be charged with Being in league to
drive out the independent merchan
dise dealer. Lvery plantation store
on the Islands can wipe out all the
independent traders of the country
If that policy Is long maintained, so
It becomes a question of whether the
small farmer on the plantation or
the small trader shall go.
.Mr, Woolley tells his local friends,
jvhrt Jrojpresumably paying his ex-l
penses in wnsuinginu, mm ne cuuiu
have "driven the Curtis bill" through
Congross, That sounds very much
like the tone of voice assumed by the
agent who Is trying to convince his
employers that he Is earning his
pay. Members of Cougicss will be
pleased to know that they Just es
caped being driven by Mr. Woolley.
RUSSIANS AND FREE FOOD
Diplomatic dealings with the Km
Stan Immigrants have, reached pretty
nearly tho limit; thut is to say, di
plomacy of tho talklng-Juntch va
riety. It Is about time these immigrants
were told that work Is awaiting
them, und If they do not care to
accept it the way Is open for their
return to Siberia, but, ut all events,
the living at public expense has
This paper agrees with tho aver
age citizen ot Honolulu that It
would be a grent misfortune for tho
some deliberation, "would tlio lady
llko a piece o" plo?"
A gentleman was disturbed In his
rest In the middle of tho night by
somo ono knocking on tho street door.
"Who's thero?" ho asked.
"A friend," was the answer.
"What do you want?"
"I want (o stay hero all night."
"Queer taste; Rtny there by all
was the benevolent reply.
Two ladles exchanging notes on tho
method In which they spend tho day:
"You seo I alwajB get lip at 10 uid
ring for my maid and get dicssed."
"How long does that take?"
"Qh,.over to long, You see tho girl
lakes n full hour to do my hnlr."
"A full hour? Air-icy1 What dn j-nu
do while bhu la fixing It?"
"I go out In the garden and take
my morning walk."
after having come this far. They
are, on the whole, a very llkoly-look-
ing' people. incy uon i act uko
loafers. Tho families, as a whole,
appear cleanly and well kept. Every
thing nbout tlicin suggests mat incy
will mnke good citizens, nnd will
find the country and the work offer
ed them congenial.
Admitting all this, we must not
forget that the Territory of Hawaii
owes something to Its own people.
Already more time and money and
worry and kindly words have been
expended on tho Russians than havo
fallen to the lot of some of our own
wprk-n-day citizens In ninny moons.
If tho final result Is to secure mnro
cpnslderatlon for the citizen-worker
or all men who do manual toll, well
and good; the Uusslnns may 66 look
ed upon ns saviors of the working
men's cause. Hut this seems highly
improbable. The net result, accord
ing to present Indications, bus been
to sow seeds of discontent all up and
town the line, and eventually so
d'lsgdst the citizen worker that ho
will make n decided protest against
all Immigration projects under Ter
Sufficient time has elapsed to en
able our Russian friends to decide
what they will or what they won't
do. Further parley can accomplish
nothing more than talking In a cir
cle. Let us have an end of It so
far as the Territory Is concerned.
Let those who want work, go to
It, and those who won't work, go
There are lots of people in Hono
lulu who are quite as much In need
of free food as are the Russian Im
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ftclals now fear that the effort nt set
tlement of the difficulty is once more
Tho meeting this morning at tho
Capitol was delayed because ot tho
failure of tho Russians to appear at
9 o'clock, t'ia' hour set. The immi
grants began to throng tho Capitol
halls and stairway at a quarter to 10
. Preceedlng tho open meeting a
lengthy conference v. as hell In tho
office of .tho Gorcrnor hetweon Gov
ernor Freur .Sectetnry B, A Molt
Smith and lllcharrig Ivers, nresldent
of tho Tcnittiilal Hoard of Immigra
tion. Dr. A. Marques, the leprcsonla-
tlye pio teni t tho Ruj3l.it: gotiru-
ment, was also present
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iiio lueeun is miiiiiT uviu; ru
by tho failure .f Interpreter Thomas
to appear but ho finally urilvtd und
the Governor prurcj b; 1 with his state
ment as followv
Ab you Jmow, I'm tho Governor of
tho Tcrrltoiyy Wo nr'j represent I ng
tho Territorial Government In this
matter. This gentlo'iiai, pointing to
Dr. Marques, "Is lint .; as IlUbslan
'Wo have heard your rjr'evancoH and
your desires. This 1 1 the Government
that has brought y.)l to Hawaii nnd
has paid for our maintenance. Tho
Government ;.ns been to n largo ex
pense. It has cost about SU.OOO or ttO.
000 roubles to bring you heio. Wo
havo done this becaii.o wo wanted yim
to coma hero ind wc want to assist
you In every way wo cnn. Wo under
stand that you havo como hero with
tho Intention of becoming honest nnd
Industrious citizens with tho Intention
of doing tho best for yourbelves und
"Tho representatives of tho Terri
torial government havo had meetings
with tho Planters' Association and wo
hnvo tried to do tho best wo could for
you, At tho hearings your attorney,
Mr. I.lghtfoot, has been present. I
wlBh to sny that your attorney has
presented jour enso clearly and has
done the best bu could for you.
"You must realize thcro aro two
sides to this question tho sldo of tho
MAN0A VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation , S4000
MANOA VALLEY Two-story house; three bed
rooms; mountain nnd marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well imnroved $5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar
gains in building sites $950 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 opportunity for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods' of four to" six
months, Rentals ,,$00 to $100 per month
Fort and Merchant Streets
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
$2300 will purchase a home with
in" ten minutes' walk of Fort street.
Lot is 0x150. This is an attractive
home; has a well-kept' lawn, largo
trees, shrubs and flowering plants,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
We Are Offering
For sale, eight (8) beautiful lots in
the new Kaimuki Ocean View Dis
trict. This property is in one of tho
choicest blocks in the entire tract,
VERY LIBERAL TERMS
For full particulars regarding this
Bishop Trust Company,
employer nnd tho employe.
I Planters hnvo had to consider n
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ninny things. 1 am suro they wnut pi
do tho best they can for ou. It Is to
ineir uueiesis ip navo cumumiii
"I will now stiilo to you what tho
Planters, huo. decided to, do;
"They v. Ill pay' 122 a month for n
month of twenti'-slx days. In ciiso
you aro disabled In performance of
your duties they will pay you until
0'ou aio well. Not merely when jou
uro Blck but when you are disabled by
"They will pay your taxes for threu
years If ou stay un tho same pliiuta
tlon for thnt period.
"Tlio Planters Vrlll furnish each fam
lly with n house and slnglo men dwell-1
"They will furnish houses with
tnbles, hods and other things mndo nt I
. t. I.Hlnllna. .....I .. I.bIhI. nH nlhHn '
llie IllUUllltllHIO (lllll U UMtA Ut DIUJIU
oven for every four houses.
"They will aU-o furnlBh, fuel, water,
mcdlclnu and medical uttendnnco.
"Tho I'hinteiB will also endeavor to
ftirnsh Eiifflcent land for garden pur
poses, so you can raise your own veg
etables, "Tho working day will bo of ten
hours and ns much plcco work as can
"On somo of tho plantations labor
ers nro earning wnges for n day and n
quarter urni a day and a half In this
"I think ono of tho most Important
Office open Sunday mornings from
8 to 10.
things Is the cost of living. This Is n
matter that Is difficult to settle. Wu
all feel It, throughout tho United
"Tho I'lnptera ngreo to soli all the
necessities nt Just what It cosIb the
plantation that Is necessities like
sugar, potatoes, flour and clot'-Ing to
the lahoreis for their own use.
"Thcro was some complaint nbout
the charges for hoes anil other Im
plements. Tho Planters dfd not In
tend to charge you for theso things
but merely nsked for security so they
would not bo lost.
"Tho Planters want jou to tnko
good care of tho tools and tho Plant
ers have now decided to lot you hnve
tho tools without a deposit.
"I havo already told you that tho
Planters will sell necessities nt cost
One thing more you can help out If
you cultivate land nnd rnlso vege
tables. "That is all I have to say on what
the Planters will do In tho matter of
"Thoso of j in who havo heon kept
In quarantine when ou go on tho
plantations will ho given $10 apiece.
This applies to men of over 18 years of
''Those who left Ilia plantations to
como to Honolulu will hnvo their fares
hack pal-' '
you i " -c tit do hero Just aB you
pln3o : ' Is no compulsion. My
advice, if u want It, Is to accept
these term ' for I think you can do
we on tliu.
" Mila chuntry each man must do
pond on himself. You uro Inrgo and
If your watch is not keep
ing good time; not giving the
satisfaction it should, bring it
to us for examination. We
will give you an honest report
on its condition ,and honest
service if it needs our atten
tion. Our experience in handling
fine timenicces extends over a
period of many years. Your
timepiece is safe with us.
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strong nnd you must expect thnt things
at tho first may not be all that you
wish. Aa time goes on, If you aro In
dustrious, you ought to be ablo to do
better for jourself on or oft tho plan
tations." . i '
BLACK CANARIES NEW
FAD IN SONQ BIRDS
German Songsters Which Pipe Patrlo.
j tic Airs of Great Britain.
LONDON, March 12 Tlio yellow
feathered canary, with Its shrill voice,
1 will soon bo n bird of tho past. -Tho
'bird of the future must have tho voice
of a nightingale..
Ilrecdcrs hnvo also evolved a black-
I .. I ..t 1 ..lnA n 41m frt, tilling
. cuuieu iiri'eu, in inutt; ui mv t"i'"
At the international uagc-inru snow
nt thi! Crvstnl Palace thoso canary
nightingales monopolize nil attention.
Also tho new black canaries mado
their first nppcarnnco In public.
In conversation with n rciiortcr
Charles liaelil.'n largo exhibitor at
Stdcnhnni. cave an Interesting account
of tho efforts made to uidticc canaries
"It Is tho sudden discovery that tho
lowest note on the water organ (the
Instrument In general use for train
ing tho voices of singing birds) benrs
n remnrkoblo resemblance to tho melt
ing liquids of tho nightingale, he ex
plained, "that has caused tho flutter.
Canaries could bo Induced to copy tho
other notes of the organ readily
enough," ho continued, "but It was al
ways difficult to tench them this last
"From Germany I Imixirt every j-car
about halt a dozen bhllflnches that
'plro' ono definite air.
"They uro taught by mouth by the
grandchildren ut an old German fan
cier. "lly a pleasing anomaly, two birds
havo Just arrived whoso only accom
plishments In llfo arc to ptpo "Rule
Urltannln'and 'God Save tho King!"'
MAXIM DEVISES A
Aged Inventor Has An Airship That
Promises Great Success.
LONDON, Match 12. Sir Hiram
Mnxlm, who was tho pioneer of motor
propelled flying machines, has built
an neroplano which, ho believes. Is
superior to nil) thing yet Invented,
Seventeen years tigo Sir lllrnm he-
gnu the rcmnrkalilo experiments which
resulted In lia being nblo to lift n
weight of 10.000 pounds by n motor-
propelled nreoplnne. They cost him
n large amount of money, nnd tho con
clusions at which ho arrived nnd which
wore freely diVulged were of Invalua
ble, help to other experimenters.
M)v Sir Hiram, nt tho ngc of 70, hns
taken the field again. He has Invent
ed a hlplano which Is said by thoso
tmrlwi linlin haiiii' It 4n I.a nHliiniiilii I
graceful, and gives promise of being
equally effective. Not only tlio de -
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sign ot the machine lmt, tlio engine
and practically every dotall or the
mechanism aro the outcome of Sir
ram Maxim's own Ideas.
iiriauy, it may tic said that tlio ex-
ho'rsewer. It w'elgts "snd. 8 '" " m",
or u little mnro than 2 1-2 pounds per , work uut tIlnt Ul oll,er '"lands of
horse-iowcr. There nre threo Bcrows i the group gave nothing,
n small ono being fitted by the motor I Mr. Hush moved that tho Promo
shaft, nnd the other two being driven , Hon Committee forward a lottcr of
by a now system of transmission. A ' appreciation to Delegate Kuhlo, and
gyroscopic regulator Is among tho nov ,(,.,. KPPtnrv. n n. Mcnietlnn.
cities which have been Introduced and
another Is' for a pneumatic buffer,
which has been placed between the
front wheels and the body of tho machine.
LINE OF AIRSHIPS lnS '" Hawnll ' to the Promotion
DETWEEN COAST TOWNS Committee for the sum of $100. was
declined. Thcro nro 1900 copies ot
SAN JOSH, Cnl.. March 10. A dlrt-.thls pamphlet ready for disposal,
glblo lino operating between San Fran-1 and Dr. Coopor thought thnt tho
Cisco and SanUoso on a dally schedulo ' Promotion Committee would bo will
will ho put In operation by this sum- nK l0 taj0 over these for distribu
ter, according to UL.. Hill, n San;tIon for tll0 Mm n,cnUoned above.
Josu aeronaut. HI last Tuesday n git , ,,,, ,, -startled
this city when, acconipanled U "', Jf "" j5?1 'n(880"Snr
by his wlfo. ho llow over San Joso In "B0"1 of tho Oceanic Steamship Com
hls dirigible. Hill slates .today that l,a"y. lln advised tho Promotion
his plans for establishing, tho air lino Committee that tho Los Angeles
and constructing balloons each 200 feet Herald Is getting up a contest trip
long and capable of carrying 20 lias
sengcis aro under wny. At present ho
own a dlrlglblo 100 feet long with
which ho will probably mako a test
trip to San Kranclsco next week. This
Is tho largest powor-drlven balloon In
tho United States at present.
Hill said today:
"I am rertaln Hint my venture will
provo successful, I expect to stnrt Im
mediate construction of two balloons
to operate, on tho route.. Kuch will
mnKo two- trips dally between San
Francisco nnd San ,lose, 1 e-stlmnta
that It will take an hour and a half to
mnko tho journey.
This may preclude the possibility ot
competing with ralliond trulns, but I
nm suro thnti the novelty ot micli a
Journey vIJI make tho operation o( the,
"Uach dlriglblo will havo a ghs ca
pacity of 3000 cubic feet." said Hill,
"and each vjIII carry twenty passen
gers." v ,
Will take care of you in old
age if you deposit ii with uur
Savings Department, where it
will draw interest nt four and
one-half per cent, per annum.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital 'and Surplus,
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not thought expedient to employ tlu
services of Mr. Arrolt.
A letter was read from tho sec
retary of the Transpacific Yacht
Race Committee nsklng If the Pro
motion Committee would bo willing
to nld them In any wny In fitting
out the yacht Hawaii. The Promo
tion Committee will give Its moral
support, hut Is not In a position to
grant nny financial, aid.
In reference to 'the letter read
before the Promotion Committee nt
Its last meeting, "received from Mr.
llonvllluln, ngent of l'uthe ct Frcro
ot Paris, asking thnt transportation
be given him to Jho various Islands
of the group and n dark room placed
at his disposal, this matter was fur
ther discussed yesterday. Mr. Hon
villain will require two rooms with
running water attached, ono to ho
used ns a dark room, tho other ns
Bleeping accommodations. Mr. Ilon
vlllatn contenplntes returning In
Mr. Hush stnted that as Hawaii
would no doubt bo benefited by tho
visit of this moving-picture man,
thnt various people on the different
Islands he approached, asking !t
they would bo willing to contribute
towards a fund to defray tho ex-
.. lili f i .
B"S("' ol " "v"ii. ""
wl11 be written to the manager ot
"o voicano amines un jiuwau, iu
the Coney tlnrngo on Kauai, and l"
HI-,W. p. Aiken, Maul, jtsklnc If thoy
will contribute lo'wnrds this fund.
Mr. Mcl.enn stated that the Illlo
oard of Trade contributed a small
for tho ablo manner In which tho
coastwlso suspension matter was
A letter from Dr. V. B. Collins,
offering his pamphlet on "Sea Ilath-
to this city.
For Infants and Children,
rhe Kind You Hate Always Bought
A woman attorney may be (nado
deputy prosecutor In. Los Angeles.
:t t tt tt n it u tt :t :: n
Hill Is also working on an 'neroplano
with which ho hopes to fly. Ho has u
factory In West Santa Clara, whero tho
big dirigibles fortho pioposed air lino
Hill has" been In airship work for a
number ofy years.
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