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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, APR. 8, 1910
DAILY nnd WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. v
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wnllucfe R. Fnrrlnaton, - Editor
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Children of yesterday,
Heirs of tomorrow,
Look at your fabric of labor nnd sor
row, Stamy and dark with despair and
Turn it, nnd lo, the design of thi
The Lord's at the loom:
Room for Him, room!
Next thing joii know, Theodore
will he inking Tnft drop In nnd tea
l'erlmps the raise In wages for
cmtdoK'S explains way the Sugar
Trust does not allow the price of
raw sugar to ailance.
Monej made In Hawaii should lin
reinvested here to create new busl
ness. That's the way they do In
ciery progressive business center.
Indiana Hepubllcans having nii
linncd both Taft and Ileverldge, It
Is up to the President to do .e
rqunre thing by declaring tjiat ilev
erldge Is Just as good as Aldrtch.
No one oxpects Pearl Harbor ap
propriations to fall, but no one in
Honolulu can afford to tnke any
chances on the administration pull
ing It through without assistance.
Wlint on earth will Koosovelt do
to raise n rumpus when he gets to
Germany? Ho has left a mark at
over) principal, station thus far vis
ited slnc6 he came out of the woods,
lf'llils wns the day on which tho
plebiscite resolution was to pass. It
would nppear, that Uncle Joe still
has vnuio kick loft in him, although
lie has been slated as down nnd out.
If tho Catholics aro Inclined to
criticize the attitude of the Vatican
on the Roosevelt Incident, It is an
absolute tertaintv that Americans of
Homo aro making It mighty uncom
fortable for the Ilev. Tipple, who
opened hla mouth and put all his
feet Into it.
,Hov. John T Jones, nt tho
request of lllshop Hughes, wrote
out for Tho Advertiser, nn in
lortlow with him regarding
Hov. W. II, Oleum's address In
Central Union church on tho
conlng of Friday last. The
.Interview, as written by Mr.
Jones, was publlsucd, " Ad
ortlscr. You now liao nn explanation of
how lllshop Hughes wns Interviewed
while, eight hundred miles at sea'
wirelessed by Ilrother Jones. To
nil of which no one has any objec
tion, although tho steamship China
has none of the ordinary wireless
equipment; II has merely been re
ported that tho Pacific Mall Intends
equipping all its vessels. What the
publte wanted to Know was the true
source of tho "Intervlow," and the In
ifoririatlnn has been secured for those
alilo to believe that any truth can
tome out of the Thurston 'Tools'
CHICAGO'S PROHIBITION INCI
DENT Prohibition accomplished one good
end In the city of Chicago by ex
posing to the public a brand of cit
izenship that threatens the very
foundations of the American re
public. Chicago has had a "wet and dry"
i nmi in I ir n mi Its hands. A netltlnil
fV signed by 74.000 citizens was pre
sented to the city election commfs-
. Blotters asking that there tie put no-
fore tho voters the question, "Hliull
this city become anti-saloon terri
tory?" Hut Chicago did not vote on thla
Ilecauso nn Investigation showed
that of tho 74,000 citizens' names
ton tho petition, 2G.128, or over one
third, were not registered.
In other words, Chicago had
twentj-slx thousand voters who did
not have enough regard for tholr
civic duty to register and thus be
assured of tho right to vote, They
wcro qullo willing, however, that
such of their fellow-countrymen vj
cared to dabblo In such dlsagreeabln
things as politics should vote pn this
I'et Sli Motilnt .Bo
Ter Ycr, anywheie In U.S I.oo
Pel Year anrhtrc n Canada.. I.nu
Per Year oalpald, foieicn. 3.oo
Entered at the FtMtoffict at llooolnln
u second-cUM matter.
APRIL 0. 1010
or any other question and run the
The Incident speaks for Itself, In
an American community whose citi
zens understand the duty they owe
It Is usually the people who never
go to the polls, and who fall to reg
ister, that are foremost In the rank
of radicals who would reform the
government, nnd who dually declate
that representative gen eminent Is a
PEARL HARBOR APPROPRIATION
While some very excellent citi
zens of Honolulu hare been occupy
ing their time with an effort to
break down one of the barriers of
protection maintained to give some
strength to the American merchant
marine In these waters, Pearl Har
bor, capable of being made the great
est commercial and naval haven In
the l'.iclflc Ocean, hns been allowed-
to drift to any fate Washington may
Our enthusiasts have been satis-
fled that Pearl Harbor would take
care of Itself; further activity In Us
behalf was needless; tho admlnlstra
Hon would look after the approprl
Today comes a rude awakening in
tho form of the news that owing to
t te wrangle In Congress, the Pearl
1' arbor appropriation item, as Bought
b tho administration, has been
Considering the present stnto ot
Congressional mind, this Is not sur
prising. It should be remembered
that most any proposition, business
or otherwise, goes to pieces If left
to tho good offices ot someone, else
or Is" left to shift for Itself.
Pearl Harbor is tho biggest propo
sltlon'that Hawaii has In Washing
ton. It Is so big, indeed, that como
of our people bellevo that they can
leave Its development to tho admin
istration, while they go off on tan
gents of securing exceptions to
When Honolulans reach that state
of mind they should remember how
for fifty ears the American people,
nnd the American Congress, failed
to appreciate tho Importance of
Pearl Harbor sufficiently to appro
priate for its Improvement, and the
money was obtained only nfter a
most energetic campaign having Itt
origin 'in Honolulu. During nil
those fifty years there was no lack
of enthusiasm In administration cir
cles, no failure to understand the
need for appropriations.
Honolulu business men nnd tho
business men of the Pacific Coast
! must be constantly nn erunril nn.1
j actively promoting the appropria
tions for Pearl Harbor It tho best
results for this section of the coun
try are to be gained and tho na-
uomu interests m inese waters
The 11 u I 1 e 1 1 u Is not in a lo
sltlon to state that the failure of
tho Pearl Harbor Items In tho House
is due to the alienation of support
on account of some of the extraor
dinary exceptions asked ot Congress
by some of our local interests, but
this paper Is certain that there has
been too much of a tendency on
Honolulu's part to let Pearl Harbor
shift for itself.
We all understand the adminis
tration's position In this matter,
but uioonu wlio has tead recent his
tory with some degree of Intolll-
Lgeueo must know that the admin
istration nnd the Nnvy Department
and the army specialists need con
Hawaii should be on hand at all
seasons vigorously urging the Peail
Harbor appropriation, Tills great
project will not take care of Itself,
nnd no one on earth understands Its
Impoitauce no well as tho people and
their leaders In this city.
Twelve hundred shnres of Hwa at
SI weie the biggest buIp reported on
the Stock Hxcliauge this morning.
Tho prko Is considered fair for such
a large block, Hawaiian Commer
cial sold at 42.CO an advance over
i tl(o last previous sale. Ton thqu-
sand dnllats of IIIIo 0 nnd fifteen
tlinusniul of Knhala Dllcli Os wnro
the big Item In bonds Tho mail.ct
continues very quiet.
The Promotion Committee received
a wire this morning from Secretary
Wood, who is now nt Atlantic City to
open a branch of tho Promotion Com
mlttcc In that fashionable resort A
copy of the wire Is as follows "Ex
cellent location secured Open Mny
first II. P Wood"
A suitable ptaco has been leased on
the Doardwalk for n first class Ha
wnllan exhibit, wlicro singers from
theso Islands will render their pleas
tng ami peculiar music, Hawaiian
fruits, coffee, and curios will bo on
exhibition nnd arrangements will bo
made whereby tho countless thousands
of lsttorH will bo enabled to purchase
of Hawaii mnnufnetute.
Several largo cities on the coast
wero desirous of securing this feature
but after thorough Investigation, Sec
retary Wood decided that Atlantic City
was (ho most desirable place In tho
entire country to locnto It There Is
no doubt that after it Is fully estab
lished the Hawaiian exhibit will be
come one of the most popular nnd nt
trnctlvo features on the Boardwalk.
IMPORTERS WIN COURT VICTORY
(Continued from Page 1)
In Japan nnd having mado It once In
this Territory Ho showed, ns far as
the court could judge, an intimate
knowlcdgo of tho process nnd some
understanding of the chemical changes
which are n part of It. His examina
tion wns exhaustive and from It It ap
pears that white in I bo is made from n
certain kind of Japanese beau, known
as da!;u, and rlco, and that tho pro
cess Is In brief ns follows: Itlpo Is
first taken, washed and steeped In cold
water over night; the water Ir then
drawn off and the, rico Is steamed and
then poured out onto a mat and spread
out and seed of male, or rlco yeast
known as kojl, mixed with it; it Is
then left In n warm place for about
iji, imAi'd niiu lit u in
thrco days undergoing a process or
fermentation duo to the kojl nnd tho I
temperature. During this tlmo tho'
rice becomes very whlto, then grndu-
ally turns lo n greenish color. In which
condition "it feels smokv nnd ilustr'
While this Is going on tho dnlzu beans I
aro washed nnd boiled or staincd.
usually for about twelve- hours, then
when they nro sufficiently boiled, tho
rice Is token out of the hot room,
about twenty per cent of salt added
With n HIHa m ,ilii that tl.it linnna n m I
slightly crushed or mashed enough to
break them, and mixed with tho fer
mented rlco. The proportion of salt
used vnrlcB according to tho market;
If tho product Is for the Janancso mar
ket fifteen per cent Instead of twenty
per cent is used, nut It for the Ha- government contends, it is mane irom
wnllan market twenty per cent to rlco anil benns, and rlco Is the corn
keep It from spoiling, The mixed con-tnonont part of chief value. If wo may
tents, after Rtaudlng over night, nro !
packed In small tubs for shipment. If t
for a distant market llko Hawaii, It Is
not then ready for eating but formen-
tatlon during tho vojago brlngB it to
mo proper concilium ior eating at tho
end of the voyage. Tho effect of mix
ing the prepared rlco with tho beans
Is the fermentation of the wholo mass.
After tho fermentation It Is leady for
consumption and will keep for uomo
tlmo If In n cool place. It further ap
pcarcd from his testimony that tho fer
mentation softens the beans by dissolv
ing mo protlen, and that It creates n
taste or flavor, which Is different from
the bean taBto or flavor; until that is
accomplished It Is not mlso.
"This process docs not entirely des
troy the shapo of tho beans. It Is nec
essary for the mnrkct that although
tho beans arc crushed they shall not
bo so crushed as to destroy tho origin
al shapo of all of them becausn then
tho customers might think that tho
mlso is not nindo out of whole benns,
Tho bean tnsto cannot be distinguished
In tho manufactured article. General
ly tho proportions of tho beans nnd
rico is half and half by measurement;
ns to weight, tho rlco Is the heavier In
tho proportion or four to thren and a
half. Tho rlco Is tho most costly In
gredient or component part as com
pared with tho boans.
"From tho foregoing description of
tho method of producing mlso, I am
of the opinion that tho process Is' a
process of manufacture nnd that mlso
Is a manufactured article. It Is not
MANOA VALLEY New three-bedroom bpngalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation , $4000
MANOA VALLEY Two-story house; three bed
rooms; mountnin and marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well improved $5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We ha,ve two bar
gains in building sites $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 opportunity'' for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six
months. Rentals $G0 to $100 per month
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
HOUSES TO, LET, UNFURNISHED,
Aiea . . .
School St. ...3
Kaimuki ...... 0
Beretania St. ..2
Emma St 4
Nuuanu Ave. ..2
Kara. IV. Rd.
Emma St, . .
21. Prospect St. .
22. Vineyard St.
We have a number of splendid fur
nished houses for rent in various
parts of the city and suburbs Col
lege Hills, Pacific Heights, the Pe
ninsula, Pearl City, etc.
Trent Trust Co., Itd.
The choicest moderate-priced res
idence property in Honolulu.
We have two elegant building lots
. . . '
'wc B, Pcparea to oner ior a
uui pwiou m. a. iuw uguiE.
tj ji:i ,.. 1a. ...it
Property adjoning these lots sold
recently and will be highly improved
in a short time.
INVESTIGATE THIS PROPERTY
D!U. T.n r
DlSilOP 1 MSI lOlUPany,
preserved beans as counsel for tho
ascertain (lie chief vnluo from tho
value of tho component parts at tho
tlmo they were brought together.
"Counsel for tho 'government lays
much stress on tho fuel that tho pro
cess or mantitaciunoR miso noes no'.
destrov tho form of ail Lho beans used
in tho process, that Is that some ot the
ui'uun iipjiviir in u uruKi'u ur wuuiu cuu1
dltlon capablo of identification.
"While conmellod to roversn tho do
clslon of tho Hoard of General Apprnls-
crs, I feel satisfied that had It had thu i low price I explained by tho fact
benefit of tho testimony which wai that I' was empty. Newark News,
taken before this court. Its decision I occustonnlly a man who is open to
would hnvo been different. Its onlylcimvcUon , hut ,, )n jal.
testimony wns that of a woman who mm mmmm mmm mmfmmm a
wns a restaurant keeper In New York ' '
nnd who furnished mlso to her pat
rons. Sho evidently knew little about
mlno, for she said that It was mado
of beans and rlco or beans and oats,
and had nothing to say about any pro
cess of fermentation or tho uso of
oast The General Appraisers must
have recched tho Impression from
her testimony that mlso is n food pre
pared from tho sovoral articles men
tioned b. slmplo processes of cooking
nnd combination, to bo used In mak
ing soup when wanted, and that at
hveh stage It had keening Qualities to
some extent, and therefore might bo (
properly rated as "preserved vcge--
tallies.- inc important teaturo or tno
process by which both tho beans and
tho rlco pro changed In character was
not referred to by her."
"For 8U" sards at Bull.tln.
BUY A HOME
BUY A XOT
BUILD A HOME
The Time to
Buy Is Now
We are agents for
ASSURED FOR SUMMER
(Continued from Pace 1)
Manager Mcltenry states In hU
letter that lie Is delighted with the
prospects of making tho trip, and
that his men nre also elated about
the Invitation. Twelve players will
be brought along, and they are said
to be much stronger than the for
mer team that visited Hawaii.
The Wasoda boys have secured
special rates from 'the Japanese
Bteamshlp company, and their ex
penses will therefore be much light
er than those of the Santa Claras.
The college team will remain In
Hawaii for about six weeks, and a
series of games will be plaed be
two'en the Honolulu and Oahu
leagues, the Waeedas and the Santa
Claras. Tho local fans will once
more hnvo nn opportunity of see
lug real, fast ball, and tho visits
of the mainland nnd Japanese teams
are expected to put tho national
gamo back in the position It should
occupy ns tho leading sport In Ha
Harris wroto to Manager Mcllonry
by the Sierra, which left for the
Const this morning. In his letter
Harris mentioned several dotall
that havo to In considered, and now
ever thing Is . rranged for tho uiuclw
tnlkcd-of Berles of games. Tho
matches will be played on tho Ath
letic Park diamond, and the grand
stand and. .bleachers Bhould not bo
large enough to accommodate tho
crowd that will attend. There U
plenty of room around the outh'eld,
it " everybody will uo nuio
to tco ;t m.cs in comfort.
n recent c i of old pewter. Tho
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 tiraeoieces extends over a
?eriod of many years. Your
imepiece is safe with us,
H. F, Wichnjan
& Co.. Ltd.,
GET ACQUAINTED WITH
WAS A REPUBLICAN
Maukoli Lost His Job
And Now Makes
faithful In Republicanism, but
Incompetent In the performance of
his duties as a city and county road
lunn, J. K. Maukoli, who has been
under tho Jurisdiction of Hoad Su
pervisor John Wilson, has lost his
Job and he turns to the Hoard ot
Supervisors for redress.
Chalrmnn Qulnn smilingly hand
ed over n letter to Mayor Kern last
.evening, the writer being Mnukoll.
The discharged employe of a thnnk
less government declares that he was
sejiarated from his Job because he
would not permit his name to go
on the i oil of the Democratic cam
Mnukolf declared his abiding faith
in the principles ot the 0 rand Old
Republican party, and states that he
repeatedly refused to sign tho mem
bership lists ot the Democrats,
though Importuned on several occa
sions. Tn hl failure to comnlv with
tho wishes ot tho Democratic lead-
crs ho ascribes his loss ot a. Job.
At the city hall, It is claimed that
Maukoli was assigned a section of
rond and was told to go ahead and
supervise the construction ot a high
way down in Kallhl.
; Engineer Here Bet tho Btnkes and
the lunn was supposed to comply
with his directions. When the Beq
tlon was completed, It was found to
be six Inches higher than the marks
supplied by the engineer.
It Is claimed that It was solely
through Incompetence nnd not polit
ical atnilatlon that Maukoli finds
himself pushed away from the city
and county feed trough.
The letter created considerable
amusement among the "unterrlhcd"
faction of tho board owing to Its
coming from tho Republican camp
and bearing the earmarks ot a local
Tho Panama-Pacific Exposition
Company will begin a money canvass
of San I'rnnclsco.
Some men who are even-temper
ed are Ill-tempered all the time.
Occasionally a girl with a squint
is mistaken for a flirt.
Office open Sunday mornings from
8 to 10.
NEW - TO-DAY
rtirsuont to nn Order of Sato
made by tho Honornblo W. J. nob-
inBon, Third Judge of the Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit,
Torrltory of Hawaii, In probate. In
the matter of tho estate of Murray
V. Hcmlnger, a minor, I will on Sat
urday, the 23rd day of April, A. D
at 12 o'clock noon of said day, Bell
at public auction, at the front
(mnuka) door of tho Judiciary
building, in tho City and County of
Honolulu, the following described
real estate of said minor situate and
being, In tho City and County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, to wit:
Land Patent (Grant) No. BUS
Pukole-Palolo, District of Kona, is
land of Oahu, Lot No. 11, Iteg. Map
No. 2292, 5th Land District; con
taining an area of t C-10 acres. Said
property subject to tho Dower right
of May E. Merrill. Terms of sale
to be ten (107c) per qent. of pur
chase price cash on the fall of tho
hammer, nnd the balance In cash
upon confirmation of sale. Deed at
expense of purchaser.
Information ns to the nbovo prop
erty may bo obtained from the un
dersigned or her attorneys, Thomp-
Bon, Clqraons & Wilder, Campbell
MAY E. MERRILL,
Guardian of the Person and Prop
erty ot Murray V. Hemlnger, a
Dated, Honolulu, April D, 1910,
4580 Apr. 0, 13, 20.
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