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There is no substitute for thor
oughgoing, ardent and sincere ear
Who wouldn't be a Japanese spy,
whon the Secretary of War Inter-)
feres to secure his release and closs
the Incident? " t
All signs fall In a dry time, so It
may he there wilt be water In the
Nuiinmt dam before tho appropria
tion Is exhausted.
Should I'ollltz lcnm of the anxiety
- In Honolulu for a change In the raw
BUR.tr quotation, he would undoubt
edly arrange to supply the demand.
Iter. Tipple, leading Methodist,
thought he had solved the problem
..Unit has stumped, every American,
namely, what Itoosevclt will do
Roosevelt's Buccess as a peace
maker may be crowned by making
tha I'opo see It differently, and cacti
decide that the other Is n mighty
iit Kcuadoreans have clearlj reached
; Vie conclusion that something must
111 he done to Rlr the blood of thell
& fellow -countrj men from the Btagua
fi, tlou of a prosperous peace.
I N'cwb of Hawaii's prosperity has
t reichetl the mainland InTiuch a form
' us to return n Hock of reprosentn-
i, tlvnt lt search of good things who
V. " nntil onmnntt A aIia In until! t ll at t
j t" . BUiiivwiiQ viorj J bjijhi iiivii
money for them.
If mcmqrj serves correctly, It was
l"1 during the reform administration of
the Sheriff's office that the salo of
Christmas presents at auction was
thought to he an unkind nffront to
' Money Invested abroad might pos
j, slbly by some process of good luck
: return to Honolulu Investors a hun
' drcdfold, but what good docs It ac-
-tojiipllsh toward the development of
tho Territory of Hawaii?
Standing by home Industry Is a
uretty good proposition for any
American tn tin to. Hawaii would
not be turning three sugar-mill
wjteels If the Americans of the muln
' land did not uphold the principle
Indiana Ilcpubllcans have adopted
n platform that sounds very much
like an Insurgent straddle necessi
tated b) an earnest desire to carry
tho State for the reelection of such
tin excellent man as Senator Uev
When tho diplomacy of Molt
Smith, tho btrnlght qualified talk of
tho Governor, and the oratory of
Llghtfoot have no effect on the Hub
blanB, tho may be put down as Im
pervious to any extremes Honolulu
' lias to "offer.
"Havo wo nny knockers' Is thcro
treason nmong us? Are thcro moil
who lire falling to work for the
cltv's best Interests? Is tho grouch
n common ailment In our midst?
Who lacks patriotism for his home
city, let him get out of It before he
A certain Pittsburg millionaire
wu's visiting Philadelphia not long
ago, and hfs business leading to tho
splendid Academy of Natural Sci
ences, ho found himself walking In
and out among the cases of stuffed
birds. There are thousands of life
like feathered creatures gathered
1 there, and tho collection Is one of
the finest In America. Tho custo
dian could not help praising It all
with excusable warmth.
"I've never figured It out," said
he, at -last, "but It Is safe to say,
tit n guess, that these stuffed birds
uro worth not less than $200,000 "
"Heavens!" exclaimed tho man of
money, "Is It possible? What are
they Btuffed with?"
"My wlfn used to get nervous
every tlmo she heard a nolsn nt
night, andjfj, thought she would get
over it after I explained to bet that
burglars don't make nny nolso when
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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Per Year, anjrwheitlnUS l.oo
Pei year anyrhrte n Canada.. I. Bo
PcfVear leatpald, lotnto , a.oo
entered at the Poatoffict at lloojlula
u lecoad-ctaaa mailer.
.APRIL 5, 1010
contaminates the rest. Next to pi-
trlptlsm for one's country Is patriot'
Ism for one's homo clt." Ansonla
Russians who Insist In their re
fusal to go to work must be cither
loafers or tourists, and tha police
department and Promotion Commit
tee might hold one of those talking
matches that seem so much to tho
liking of the visitors
Hroihcr'Maglnuls of Montana Is n
splendid gentleman too good, In
fact, to hold the American merchant:
marine responsible for a fault he
found with a foreign llite In no way
Interfered with by the American
coastwise shipping law.
It is about tlmo for llawall Coun
t to renew Its campaign for a road
engineer and Intelligent road con
struction. The voters havo their
opportunity, and, If they want re
sults, should Bhow that they have
Intelligence enough to use It.
"Wo have seen a lot of fine prod
ucts from Hawaii, but the expott
Utatlstlcs from there do not enu
merate angels' wings as, jet." Ma
This Is such a perfect community
that these things are all used for
Some financiers sneer at what at
tracts tho money of some small in
vestors who arc won over by a good
talker. Some financiers should re
member that sometimes they set
the example by sending their money
abroad, w lien as good or better prop
osltlons are offered at home.
(Dinner Ijiv nn n ftnmnlA nt thn Phi
o "v ..--
nese-Amerlcans the public schools
of Hawaii are turning out is a prod
uct to which all may point with
iirtiln. Ha nrnvpfl f nrthprmnri thnt
every dollar expended on the public
schools returns value to tne Tern
tory and the nation a hundred fold
Anyone who was around when
Uncle Joe visited Honolulu wouldn't
have to stop long to make up his
mind on what the Speaker of the
House thinks of prohibition. Al
waji tnklng the chance that he
ma, like many another, believe tn
prohibition tor ever) one but him
High prices of sugar will stead
ily decrease the bondeff Indebted
ncss of Hawaii's sugar properties.
Millions were paid off last jear, and
millions more will be retired this
ear. Then, according to tho pol
icy of some of our supporters of for
elgn enterprises, It will bo tlmo for
them to get up and leave, because
Hawaii's bonds are all taken up and
no other industry than sugar Is at
tractive to tho 'conservatives."
That alleged Interview with
Illshnp Hughes Is another' Bamplo
of what stretching of the truth pro
hibition enthusiasm leads to, What
Dlshop Hughes Is quoted as sajing
two days after his departure on a
steamer Is no doubt what some of
his friends would like him to say
If ho were here. Hut he Isn't. We
they break Into a house."
"Well, didn't Bhe?" .
"No, Indeed. Now she getB ner
vous every time she doesn't hear a
Little Nellie had been vory
naughty and her mama said, "Don't
ou know jou will never go to
heaven If you ore so naughty?"
After thinking a moment the little
girl snld, "Oh, well, one can't ex
pect to go everywhere. I've been to
'Uncle Tom's Cubln' once and to the
An Irishman got out of his car
riage nt a railway station for re
freshments, but the boll rang nnd
the train left before he had finished
"Hrtuld. on!" cried Pat, ns ho ran
like a madman after, the rnr, "hould
on, e murthenould etame li.JIn
ve've got a passenger on board that's
Hverv fntal automobile accident
results in noticeably Increased caro
with which nutns are driven about
the city. Hut according to the ro-
suits this far, about ono fatalltv a
month will bo necessary to hold the
avcrago speed down so as to mako
the life of the pcdestrlnn reasonably
According to conservative estl
mates, enough money has been scut
out of Honolulu for foreign Invest
ment In tho last three months to
build two first-class passenger ships.
Tho next question Is whether those
sending their money to promote the
progress of other sections of tho
country nro among tho leaders In
the movement to turn over to for
eigners the passenger transportation
business between Hawaii and the
IN TrlEJ. S. COURT
Solansky, tho Itusslau who Bvva'm
over to Quarantine Island, was sen
tenced to twentv-fotir hours' Impris
onment and costs by United States
Judgo rtohertsnn this morning. As
Solnnnky In nimble to pay the costs
tho sentence really means that ho will
hnve to ntuj In Jail for a period of
about a month.
Solansky was charged with trespass
ing on Quarantine Island and ll Is ho
llovcd that his sentence may havo u
good effect on the Kusslan malcon
tents who think that thcro delinquen
cies n're to be lightly trentcdl .
I ,' ; I
SULPHUR BLAZED ON
OTrillCn nVP ll
0 1 lAMlK It I UJA
In replacing tho Iron braces' to sup
port n hatch on tho Norwegian steam
er Itvgja this noon, the friction of tho
metal coming In contact with other
portlotiB of tho Iron hntchwav caused
a small quantity of sulphur to Ignite.
The principal portion of tho cargo
brought to Honolulu by tho Norwegian
freighter wns sulphur from Otaro, Ja
pan. Tho blaze wns quickly subdued
through tho prompt action of tho offi
cers and cevv of tho steamer.
There was no damage to tha re- .
matnder of tho freight or to thp vessel.
(Continued on Page 2)
house, who proposes to, remain
Honolulu Indefinitely. '
1 ho Hllonlan's freight Includes a
wide assortment of mainland mer
chandise. For Honolulu are 12(7
tons of general. In transit for Port
.,. w.e.o " ' ' "
shipment of 130,000 feet of lumber
and 361 tons freight will be left
at Kahulul. Should the steamer
proceed to Hllo, a freight amount
ing to 1G1 tons and 1680 feet lum
ber will be discharged. i
EASTERN SUGAR MARKET FIRM.
(Continued from Pace 1)
quotations are 14s. Gd for March nnd
April, 14s. CVid. for May, and 14s. 7V4d
Tho situation In refined is almost
identical with that of Inst week. With
drawals on contracts of long standing
are being Insisted upon by rctlnois,
but tho trado have about as much an
can bo conveniently handled for sonic
tlmo, and for this reason nro slow to
take further supplies. Prices remain
unchanged at S 25c., less 1 per cent.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25S
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone IBS
MAN0A VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele-
.vatton , $4000
MAN0A VALLEY Two-story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well improved ' -. .$5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar-
gains in .building sites .$950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICTt-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
party. ' '
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six
months. Rentals $00 to $100 per month
Fort and Merchant Streets
HOUSES TO LET, UNFURNISHED.
10. Wahlawn. .....2B.R. $10.00 ;
11. Aiea 3 " 60.00
12. School St 3 " 4000
13. Kaimuki 6 " 45.00,
15. Berctania St. ..2 " 25.00,
IB. Emma St 4 " 35.00
17. Nnuanu Ave. ..2 " 3000
18. Thurston Ave.. 4 " 40.00
19 Kara. IV. Rd. . .4 " 25.00
20. Emma St 2 " 30.00
21. Prospect St. ...2 " 35.00
22. Vineyard St. ..3 "
j We have a number of splendid fur
nished houses for rent in various
Tiarts of the eitv nnrl nhnrh f!n1.
lege Hills, Pacific Heights, the
ninsula, feau City, etc.
Trent Trust Co., litd.
The choicest moderate-priced res-'l
loencc property in Honolulu.
We have two elegant building lots
ttTUSLST&y? " '
Property adjoining these lots sold
TecentlJ and wl he highly improved
in a a nun viiac,
INVESTIGATE THIS PROPERTY
Bishop Trust Company,
DR. 0YAMA IS MARRIED.
Dr. M. Ojaina of Walluku, Maul
who has been visiting tn Honolulu
fn. n tnw .Into ntiriii-tan.1 hlu frlAniln
inBt tilslit by marrjlng tho dnughter
of Mr. Murakami, a well-known Jap
anese merchant. The wedding took
placo In tho reception room of tho
Mochlzukl Club, nt Walklkl.
After the marriage ceremony,
which was performed by the Rov.
V. Imnmurn, tho newly-married cou
ple and their friends sat down
around; Ithe table and partook of
,', ,, ,,,, ,,,. ,,
nil the good things which had been
prepared for the occasion.
Dr. and itri. Oyania will leave for
their future homo lu Walluku next
Friday, on the steamer Claudlne.
i IS SURROUNDED
(Continued from Pace 1)
In tho habit of visiting tl moving
plcturo shows, were eagerly felling tho
less fortunate ones of how a man
Storekeeper Sheldon then tbok a
hand and, advancing with caution, got
to within a fow jards of tho rccumb
cnt man. Not a movo could bo dls-
corned nnd tho man's head was seen
to b resting on t small bag. His
right hand whs doubled up In a pecul
iar fashion, and tho first thought of
Sheldon was that tho, gun, had .been
m uft led so tliul.tho report should not
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BUY A LOT
BUILD A HOME
The Time to
Buy Is Now
We are agents for
Office open Sunday mornings from
8 4q io. ,
bo henrd or else that poison had been
Sheldon went up to tho man and
gazed dtiwn on his face; It was that
of a oung man and was peaceful
enough for anv thing. A Boft grey can
was on the back of the head and under
tho cap was n small mound o fearth.
Hcndlug down closo to tho reclining
man, Sheldon Bought to see signs of
life. Finally tho ofllcer grabbed the
shoulders of the man ami shook him
violently. Then something hnppened
nnd an Infuriated man sprang to his
feet nnd asked what was tho matter.
On being told that ho was thought
to bo a suicide, tho man burst out
laughing, bat on looking around and
seeing about 1200 spectators lining
tho paddock fence, ho looked angry,
Then the mnllhlnl explained mah
ters: "I spent a bad night at my room
nnd could not sleep. I therefore de
cided to wander out into the country
and havo n tmoozo In tho open air, I
thought this p'aco was miles away
from any hour- nnd was sot.nd asleep
when ou nwa!:cncd mo. Say, let me
get out of this quick. No moro open
air Bleeping for mo In Honolulu Geo!
Look at thoso kids. Do they think I'm
n cannibal or what?
A few minutes later a pedestrian
might havo been seen making Mara'
thon tlrp- 'ovi the Kallhl road, and
Ofllcer r iii n irocecded to drlvo tho
kids awu, f i . (ho scene of tho trag
edy. Thn wise widow doesn't Invest her
Insuuncc money In another hus
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on its condition ,ahd honest
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Last night "The Lion and tho
Mouse" was presented t tho Hono
lulu public by the McRae Stock Com
pany. It wns the first night of tho
new piny, but new plays are being
produced so fast by this talented
company that the "rtrst nights"
come fast and furious, nnd mark no
special feature as far nB the attend
a n co Is concerned. The audience on
first, second or third night of n piny
Is ony limited by the walls of tho
The McCao company has certainly
rnfArn1 In nil flneana diil-lno- tlllft
season, from tho pathetic to comedv.j
tnlnly the masterpiece up to date.
The costumes, stage settings and ef
fects are equal to tho best. This
fact alonp adds much to a prodttc-j
Laura Hudson was celtnlnly up to
and be) ond expectations In the im
personation of her part last night.
In "The Lion nnd th,o MouBe" she Is
given the chance to display talent
not brought out In former plays..
Morrison Is alvvays. good, no mat
ter In what part ot the production
he may be cast. Last night he was
Charles lloyal does not need any
boosting. Ho speaks for himself.
Miss Melroso and Kdlth Elliott lit
Into their allotted parts to perfec
tion. "The Lion and the Mouse" will
be on tonight nnd tomorrow night.
Following Is the cast of charac
ters: John Ilurkett Hjder ..., I
JefTerson Hvder Mr. llalnbrtdgc
Ex-Judge Stott James Dillon
Senator Itoberts Ivan Miller
Hon. Fltzroy Uagley. .Chas. Koval
Judgo Rossmore (Irimth Wray
Ilev. Pontlfox llutto. .Stuart Losllo
JorkltiB Frank Howe
Kxprcssmnu Stuart Leslie
Shirley Kossmoro. .. .Laurn Hudson
Knte Itoberts.... Miss LMIth HUlott
Mrs. John Durkett lljdcr
Miss Louise Melrose
Mrs. Kossmore...MIs Edith Elliott
Jnne llutte Miss Alice Lovejoy
Miss Nesblt Miss rthoade
Eudoxla Miss Ilronson
A Maid Miss Rhoades
MARSHALL DARRACH RECITAL.
Thursday ovenlng nt 8 o'clock, Alex
ander Young hotel, tho distinguished
Shakespoaro reciter, Marshall Darruch
of New York, will reclto "Tho Com
edy of Errors,' selections from his
own writing. Monday night, "Mac
beth," Course tickets J2 00 S1.50
single tickets, '
Tickets for Sale at Wall. Nichols'
King street store.' '
.TO THE RUSSIANS.
The IluBslnns ought now, In self
defense, to j-ush for work, as there
are neither rations nor re'nt any
longer at the Government dodr, so
It is said. 1 EDITOR TIMES.
Small blocks of stock sold between
boards and a total of fifteen Bharcs
Bold on tho board this morplng gavo
somo evldenco of an Interested but
hardly reached tho dignity of an ac
All the transactions wero for small
amounts but tho prices wero good,
and In somo Instances wero at an
advance. Onomea sold at 65 with tho
last 'previous salo at 54, Hutchinson
dropped off 18 875, and was tho
only one of tho list to show nny weak
ness. Makawell sold, at 65, the last
provlous salo being at 54. Hawaiian
Pineapple sold at 27 50 'and Oahu
Rnllway at 144.75. Walalua reached
137 50 again and it Is claimed that
thcro Is no reason to expect an extra
dividend this month while banks aro
said to Iki not 'overburdened with
Tho hid for )lawalan Commercial
was raised to 42 25 this morning, and
tho stock Is held at 42.50 seller ten
The usual dividends of Hawnllun
Commercial, Onomea and Honomii
wero paid this morning, amounting In
all tr $132,500.
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