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EVENING BULLETIN, liOilOLULU, T. H,t10NDAT, APR. 11, mO.&'A '
QAILY(and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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11 izu jung street, iionomiu, lerntory oi Hawaii.
Daily every day" except Sunday. Weeky jssoedfon Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Vnllace R. Pnrrlngton,
I ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES
f UVBNINd LlUI-UIITIN'
f Per Standi, anywhere In U S 1....4 .711
iMto Quarter, anwtitrtlii US..,.. 3,uu
jnFei Year, anrffherelnUS. 8.00
SFer Vtat, postpaid, foreign t3.ou
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED '
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Editorial Rooms, - 185
Business Office, - 256
I The contemolation of celestial
ililncr will mnVii n mflM lintli snpfllc
and think more sublimely and mac-
nifictntly when he descends toof
human affairs. Cicero.
ji Coastwise law suspcnslonlsH
planned to keep tho boycott scheme
lill.to themselves, with tho usual
I to themschcg,
Should Hallo's comet bring noth
ing worse than tho Russian em-
llijfogllo In Its wake, Hawaii's offi
cial will still .feel that tho reputa
tion of tho visitor has been main-
ifrtlllL'll. , ,
jElJpnry Olevvg saH "the Btock ma--kot
Is In a Malting nttltude." On
thlst basjs vya may say with truth:
that tho Honolulu .stock market naif
enjoyed n metropolitan atmosphcra;
lonmoro man ia'ii un.
rOno of the problems of tho hour
Ms whether tho. pcopln will believe
.iflnunnd fall li.lo line. If Itonscve'El
.declares that Taft Is working out
thaHoogcvclt ipollclns and Is the
(Eretest President the country
Eil'.-ich day brings a clearer under
standing of whj l'crelstrous hoped
So conduct n successful nevvspipcr
with n Held limited to about six him
ulred Russians. Whcro n few Kus
liilans nre gathered together with an
agitator or, two there Is something
'doing cvpry Uaj.
Pa , r i - ,
'Thp Klloliaha Art League Is enti
tled to n community votp, of thanks
ifor keeping up tho Maj-U.iy festl
Kal for the children. These affairs
involve a grrat amount of work,
with no other reward than the sight
(of, hanny children and nn, occasional
gthnnk jou" from tho not ahvajs
lllOUgllUUI puniic. ,
yprhat great assembly of Prussians
appealing for ballot reform may
havo been timed to give ltoosqolt
'sn'fopportunlty to declaro that the
pcopld of Germany arp now.,rccclV'
intrnll they should have In the way
of popular government. t J'rint, U
What he tfild tho sons of dark fcgipt
.who wanted more Jlght. x
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tAny mnn obsessed with the Idea
lUI jJUllUll u,ur H"tH " "' ....i.
rT T . .. nn . .... .1,1,1.
Emcrlcn should get n few mniitcs
conversation with lelvluo K Stone,
(who has talked tho, thing over w(th
(tho "occupants of tpe governmental
sanctum sanctorumr Tho Idoa has
uiothlng for supiiort outsiuo jingo in
RTntlon, and possibly chronic croak-
fcrs of Honolulu. ,
TAFT AND THE PEOPLE
Spccclios del)erci by tho. (Presi
dent nnd members of his .Cabinet
ihldefenss of tho policies that hae
been developed during tho first year
STiMrs raft's admlnlptrntlon carry
lh"o suggestion that tho pcoplo ore
not falling in line with what has
'lieeu done. In a manner that Is at
Still, pleasing. There Is much that Is
Ulublous about tho outlook.
The trouble viewed from thlsdiS'
fiance seems to bo that Mr. Taft,
while meaning Svell, has not sue
fejeilcd tu epitomizing public sentl
Epeht on nny of the great problems
KBfeonio claim that tho cause of the
unrest and criticism of Mr. Taft
jvlthln tho party la to be found In
tlTo) machinations of tho "Return
rfom -Molba Club." Though some
truth may bo fouud in this claim
ijhas always to Jo remembered that
The man In the saddlo has a great
mlvanUi;?, and Taft, If ho roso to
th'o occasion, would make Uooscvolt
appear so ,lnsignlilc.int
would not bo noticed.
BETho gist of It seems to bo that
rr. . ,. A..., 11m npf.
ino peopio imvj nu. juumi ,n, i
TiTo nggressho factor they ha I
lioncd.. Not gaining what they ox-
jiefred, thoy turn to Roosevelt, as ho
made a success, ouce and thoy feel
Jie7nay be able to do it again, l'rl-
marijy, they want a leader to brins
trlom out of tho wilderness In which
fpo Interests fl.avo held them cap
PJvb'm The,' don't caro so very much
.wnctuer inc(r iour ii i''""
tir; an Insurgent. Thpy want some
ono to help them out, and they ara
satisiled that unouo tied up to tlw
- - Odltor
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per 5ll Montoe k,,.t) .Ho
ref Year, anywlielcluU.5. t,,tt l.uu
Per Year anriehere n Canada,, I. Bo
Per Year lotlpald, loietm, ,..,,. 3,00
Entered tt the Postoffice At Hosotalo
u iccoml-clut m titer,
....... .APRIL 11. 1810
Wall Street money klifgs can not
8o1' Mld he hnd lono n io
tearing down and now n man of
cunairucuvu Ki'iuus nus icvutu,
Huosevejt appears to linve erred. Tin
peoplcnrc conducting themselves In
a, manner that points to a desire on
their part (or more bushwhacking.
and If Tufl will do It, the will
shout as Jointly for htm as they ever
did for IlD03oet.
NEWSPAPER "ADS" BEST
Contrasting Newspaper Wlt'i
Other rorms of Advertising" fur
nished the topic for a vory Interest
ing talk given before the Merchants'
ivstociation of iirooKiyn, r, f., uy
2tr.Sourtiard, advertising manager
fur one 'of the leading liusluesi
hotrsesTTf tint cltj, who Jn a course
of lectures Is giving members of
the association tho benefit of Ills
--"ri!QUllrard has tried the multl
tudlnous schemes for advertising
that may lie found in a metropolitan
CVft,1tmjVaS"WeH as tho schemes for' tho
small cities and towns, with tho
resulting conclusion that none can
compare with the newspaper as mi
advertising medium, which lends
dignity and profit to U'O "ad."
"When It Is considered tho daily
I mer provides the purchaser of
giods with every available bit qt
ucvvjjegardless of cost, b9,surpthat
IHPer Is, read and )uu,r td' la, also
irail." Ik thn wnv Mr. Snuthnnl enlt
.1, . t r , -.
omized tho value of tho newspaper
"aijj' Again, he said, "Tho news
paper has Its noso to earth in quott
of news and Is alwajs active In
using It." ,
In speaking of various advertls
InKTOodiums that are presented to
iho attei.tfoi) of., tho, (me,tropojltan
merchant M,r. .Southard onimejoted
on tho jdrcjijar, "sheet lnprpa, ,q
newsnancrs nr.throivn Into the uirds
as useless.fffijcct.fujl value JprViln
money, fln"tausL.j)laco his 'pi' In
ino newspaper tiiiu ..Kei, it uviuiv
(the. people lb a dlgaled vya.iTho
aiusines!) man" must makg a buslafsti
pfjlils aoTvertlslpg as ajlvj depari;
Wnt.of. iiiS establishment, "llamu
,rvw ,i.f -, -1m" .. '., .1
Kscp in touch wmi puuiic scniimenii
anr the latest ideas in tins paru?n
Uihii feature of his trade. He shoult
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place ills uusincss wmi ina iiivuhiims
liaving. nevvtf value, as against a iiu
(rlutlon, ofthls money otilie basis
of n certain amount of natronace he
might lavo at hl's disposal
it is ral ner an interesting coin
cidence that at about the'samo dalo
Mr. Southard was speaking In
Hrppkjj n, Secretary Mf rrlck o thq
bregon retail' grocers' organization
was, addressing ( tho members of the
Hood Jllver.Merchants' Association
rand gave the same relative position
to the advertising value of tho new;;
paper, lie aiacxeu ino lano uuvcrr
Using evil as represented by pro
grams, hotel registers, etc., and said
that many of tho merchants' organ.
tzatlons over the State vvoro profit
ing much by taking united action
with reference to all such schemes.
Ho suld that during a period of eight
months tho Medford business mou
had saved themselves $0000 by
standing together and turning down
the fake Bclfemes offered. Corvallls
and other towns had showed similar
good results. Ho strongly retail'
mended a liberal uso pttho local
newspapers In advertising, and
showed tho great loss resulting when
every merchant tried to outdo his
competitor by putting out calendars
ind other so-called advertising nov
elties. TANJ0N0 0L0K
(Continued from Page 1)
handle all cf tho buuiii8 of tho Com
pany In ono olllco rather than havo It
split up Inn several In .inches. Tho
Company rhull psy thl pgnt.t00 for
tho first sl months commencing Ian.
1, 1910 and nrtcr'July 1, 1910 to ro
eclvo a minimum of not less than J2Q0
a month cither In salary or commis
sion., Mr. Horton thought that tho pro
popa) for a term of agency for 12
ypars did not seem reasonable as tho
plantation was still more Or less In
Iho development state and ho did not
Ihjnk Ilia. shareholders should tie them
aIwiiK i1n n in oilnh n Inna nnln.l
jirJ a, Walorhousp replied that If Uiorp
was no rubber Incn tlw'vvouia'bo no
nnhh-Ion another of the -harehold
ctil thought that the manager ,.or tho
plantation couU) e-aMlj dispose of "all1
riti)oerv.fttjho .Market price prevailing,
nn(i np qui not iiiiiik uiai sucu n-jiro-potilon1
shrtilM bo rntorlalned nt th'
Cllrmdn tjartcr slated thit person
al ,hupcrvl8lon meant much for nny
Company and II. o services of nn agent
nro worth something and there Is ev
ery Incentive for nn agent; to make
good If 0 knows that his commission
depends' upon tho quantity of rubber
to bo' marketed by tho plantation. A
contract for a Ahortor term would bo
hardly fair. Tho outlook at tho pre
sent tlm'o is go good that It Is right
that a proper term bo granted on a
This matter will ho brought up at
tno next meeting to bo held shortly.
Tho chairman rfald that as Mr. Hard
ing; manager of tho Tohnngutubboi
Plantation was present, questions
could be asked at to their property ai
Mr. Harding hai visited It. Mr. Hard
ing utatrd that Tanjoiig would produce
6000 pounds of rubber next year, which
was a very conservative esllmatol The
freight rate on rubber was sixty shil
lings per ton from Singapore to Lon
don. i a
TRUST CASES REASSIGNED.
(Continued from Pace 1)
cumstanco that the contract for the
distribution of foreign business was
mado In Urgland.
Disregarding tho plea of tho gov
ernment on thn, point of monopoly
tho Circuit Court adjudged the
American Tobacco Company and
many of the .subordinate general
companies to be parties to an un
lavtful combination;, to.be each in
itself-an unlawful coaipina,tlon, and
each to be a holder of shares in
other companies, Th?y ,wero enjoin
ed generally from continuing in the
combination or from jloliig, an J thing
In furtherances of I;, from cngag
Ing In Interstate a lid foreign com
inin nh 1 fpAtii nArmlplnr. tnrt
plqntB or Jjuslneps or xcrclalnp cop-
trol over Issuing companies. The I
Issuing companies also were enjoin-i"""' "'u ,w" uc us"ijf "upcu
ed ngalnst permitting, sucli contrql.,11 a short tune.
Tho bills agalnsv thq officials of the, Tann-cTmaW-rniB vvnvvvrv
vnr nitn pninnnltli.. win. worn Jliplitfl.i
ed In tho original complaint wero
Hoth tho government and .tho to
bacco companies appealed tho case
to the Supremo Court lq former
because' of tho failure to lnclu.do all
tho defendants In the prohibition
and also because of the limited scope
of tho verdict-as to the others, and'Ti, n-m.h im'. rm.,,r,,, A,
tho companies, on tie , general
Hiuuuu ifmi1(uiuru biiuuiu jiuu ueea
no vpnncL.nl all agalusi inein
The original .argument of tho case
In the ijftupremo Court consumed
three tlrup,suas much time ns is or
dinarily allowed for the presentation
of cases. , Tho government, "which
was represented jn tho hearing by
Attornev-Oeneral Wlcliersham and
Special Assistant Attorney-Qenoral
aiciveynoias, mnua me most bvvccp
Il'E .chargesiQncernlng the combi
nation. They sought especially to
havo the exempted organizations In-"
eluded in the prohtbjtlon, declaring
that the Imperial Company and tho
llrltlsh American Company had been
m manJimlted ns to provide for n
CjQinplCjteniijnopoly and division o(
ino louacqapuBiness oi mo worm.
An.,cffprt also, was made to havo the
yer.dlctofjJ.ljetJoiYer court so extend
ed aa..to have Iho entire comblna-
1tJpplj1(S1et;Jar18d p, monopoly in rc
.sj.raljt .(of Jtfa,dC. On behalf of tho
cqu!)ii!).JesijfL,)lwn13 conienued innt no
effort, had, beoiii.mado by them to re
strict i,U,c production of tobacco or
ip vyprK a narqsinp to inuepeiiiieni
lt, was charged by tho govern
ment jlhat over slnco 1902 there has
been an apportionment of tho to
bacco business of the world be
tweon tho American Company nnd
tho .Imperial Company and a practl-
.I 'mnt.nnntu rt ...na, nf I. n Im.
portant branches of tho business,
il ! .
,f. ff 'U w i; J? m
,,i.wy, f w,, i
MAH0A VALLEYrrvWew three-bpdrooni bungalow in
process of construction, near' car-line. Choice ele
yalion . ... ..;.-. ..,1, ,u .u , .-,,.- ,$4000
MAHQArfVALLEyTwo,-! story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view. House rnod-
. 1 era, grounds well .improved .. jj; ... j. ,,.... ;5500
MANOA ,VALLEY-r-Bmldimr lots. We have.two bar,
gains in .building, sitet 1. '. .$950 and $2000
t iOAiv-iiu uwiuiui jl'wo
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOW.N J'urnished'i to lea'se
for a term of years. Good opportunity for the right
1 party.)', . ) i N
f 1 ., , , r
5, t FOR RENT
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of fonr to six
months, Rentals .'..!. $00 .to $100 per month
' I I'M 1 J l M'
Waterhouse Tmst :
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
V If .'JI '
fci Lot 50x139 r well
' kept. House has 0
) ti rooms; 2 bed- t
' rooms, i vc t,.. i
Eleotrio light, gas,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ill II prj 111)
i-i f IU,,u
1 j ' 1'm.i in v
The choicest moderate-priced res
idence property in" Honolulu.
We have-two elegant building lots
that we ate nrenarcd to offer for a
.1 tnv4 ja jJm m4V m ! AaA
- ,. .r - ,.. lt. t Sr
.PWrt. fiffff .JfH
..- w awa.a
Bishop Trust Company,
" LriliTED; '
ttlrBeit -to-lfo' an'butgWth'r.f tnife
arrangement, that company having
been organized by tho other two to
carry on the business outsldo o tho
United States and Great llrltnln. it
was especially contended that no
Judgment would be effective that did
not prohibit tho continued opera
tion, even as purchase, In the Unit
(Continued .from 'Pace 1)
branchea and leavis, which causi
tho trees to shed rubber tears, to
such an extent that tho trees become
weak and eventually dlo.
Mr. Harding stated that next year
Pahang should pay for itself and In
1912 100,000 pounds of rubber
would bo extracted and a handsome
dlvidond bo declared. There, nro at
present 330 coolies working on tho
estate, nnd when tho additional 1000
ucrcs have been planted up; at leant
S00 coolies must be employed.
As regards shipping nf rubber,
Mr. Harding stated that a bullock
cart could easily carry ono ton nf
rubber and that tho government of
tho Straits Settlements wns running
electric lorries to nnd from various
parts of tho district at cheap, rates.
The estimate for 1910 la for J3C
000,',vvhich amount will be sufficient
to kcop the estate In proper condi
tion. A. census of the. first. 100
. i i a i . r i . i-1
f k it v
oargams in nomes. ... ,1
$3000 and $3600
i ui ri
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i i I t H
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TALK' BY WIRELESS
open on Sunday morning
from cieht until ten.
acres pjnhted has" been completed,
and thofo' nro 4500 'trees elcVcft
Inches In, circumference and over.
thrco ' feet from the ground, , ami
10,000 between , nlno, and eleven
Inches The first 4C00 troes should
bo tapahloWn March, 1011, and the
10,000 before, tho end of too year.
There nro .several trees twenty
Inches In clrcurnforcnce .three, feet
from the ground, nnd thcro nro a
great man'y which measuro seven'
teen Inches nnd eighteen Inches
Tho price now belngpald for rub
ber on tho London market was 10s,
G54d. per pound. I'ahang Is Incor
porated under, tho laws of tho Tor
rltory of Hawaii,,., , .
NOT BELIEVED TO
(Continued from i Page 1 3.) , i
der the treatment of tho Board of
.Health, ,., , .
, ,Tho smallpox scare will probably re?
fiult.lnsomo l"'iilto steps being lnau-
gunned IO ll ervu nuiuiuuuiK ui'"
prbaCliIng sanitary conditions nt tho
Ivllol, qamp ,vyhcn the Jtusslan mal
contents nro gathered.
Thq uoa.nl of Health Is determine.
to protect the., community from Infec
tious pi coiitaslniis diseases that may
come' front the TtuSslhn Immigrants'
camp. ( T
About "" - Itusslans ar await
ing dlsp he recruiting shedof
the. Hawaii im Planters' Association,
,,Theso lrr 'rants hnvo signified
their Intent 1 fit taking up work(on
the, '"land i)antptlois. They wlJIbo
sent 'i tho firs avallahlo sjeamora
and a number ot'tlicin will lcavo for
Kauai and Hawaii on Inter-Island
s (earners .ijlliig for Island ppr.ts to-(
,Tbp llussjans appear to arp much
better than their eonntrjmcn over at
tho Improvised Kusslan camp, at Iwl-'
lei. They arcf conifortnbly housed and
nro receiving three substantial meal
each day '
STOPS PRAND JURY
, (Continued from Pass ti
trial of.tlio cases pending In tho Unit-
en oimuH cnuri.
, Ji) addition, tp tlo dis'ual class of
cases, that, come boforo tho United
States Ofaud Jury Jho new nqtihlto-l
rminoay, s expected to investigate)
tho evidence arising out of thq Us;
frlbutlon of oostnl cards reflectlntr lin
en tho,CathplId 'Church, the cards bc-,1
Ing of a nature that make their mall-1
lug an offense against tho postal rcgu-1
latlons'of tho United States.
a , I
,Tl)p4trdul)lo flrltj those food Invcs
tlgatlons is . likolj-,,to bo that they
will citJieri.Jjo too short to get. at
tho facts or too long to ido this
generation any goodu Pittsburg
UlspatcUu , , . .. u .
5 ' 1 .
I Thn rhnrcrn nf irrnnrl Inrpnnv wna
placed against nrtlst who stole Millet
painting from tho Golden Palo park'
museum.. ,,, v
'"That man Is in a shady busi
ness," 'Vhat I It-?"-" Ho provides
family trees." llaltlmoro American.
rr t f ' "-rr 4Jf
Of any kind. Apply to
MR. QRUNE speaks the
get just the kind of help you
SpMlv SAY 'TIS i
ill if - .
Authorities Disagree On
t Tight Money Market
Just cnoulh bu6rfe8 n stocks
was done this morning to glvo the
semblance of 'actpn, Hut quotations
nro nt 111 strong.
Tight money Is talked pretty gen
erally, but there seems to bo n wldo
difference of opinion as to tho loan
ing policy of tbfy banks. Somo
claim that tho money market Is
very tight and nono of th'o banks
arc loaning, vvhllo othbrs say that
tbey have had no difficulty In obtain
ing what loans they want. Hrst
returns from the marketed sugar
are beginning to come In, and when
tho Hood of moi.ey begins to run,
tilngs will probably easo up for
Nine Bharcs of McDrydo at C.75
wa's tho first item of- business on tho
Stock Exchange this morning, rive
Pain sold nt 147,110, despite the fact
tiat tho quotation for a week past
has shown 1G0, asked,. Twenty-five
Hutchinson sold nt 19. Hawaiian
Commercial Js still advancing, n.salo
of fifteen shares having been mado
nt 42.50, with 43 asked. , ,
, Honokaa Cs nro at a premium over
the recent selling price, tho between
boards report giving a wilo of $12,
090 nt 103.2S, which Is twenty-flvo
cents over the flgura nt which the
last lot was disposed of. Olaa Cs
brought, 9J.H0, , ,
1 a a
,A vcbsoI just completed for passen
ger service 011 Lako Geneva Is the
largest plying on Swiss waters. It is
229 feet long, amlWlll carry 1.500
BULLETIN AD& PAY
WICHMAN & CO. make a
specialty of fine c6pper plate
and die work. '
Order's for Wedding and
t Reception Invitations Amay
safely be le'ft with Wichman
& Co, with the 'assurance
, that the order will receive
careful and prompt attention)
1 and be executed in correct
,H. F.. Wichman'
AS APPLIED TO
A 4 r x
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'' ' TELEPHONE 783
RUSSIAN LANGUAGE and cart
need. . ' '
- it -
, ' ' .it
something to hannen never
made a man independent.
, Stop wishing and commence
saving, ana see how, soon you
will be cured ofjhe wishing"
' t c 1 e
Open a Savings Account tor )
Bank of Hawaii;
Capital and Surplus:
MARSHALL DARRACH RECITAL"
ALEX. YOUNG HOTEL
1 -tin saio at iioor
J n f- ""
' To lease in Sail Francisco, for bIk
;n on th s, a magnlflcently-furnlsheit
modern manslpn on Pacific Heights.
Ulght bedrooms, with three batli
rpoms. Reception hall; billiard,
rn.us.fc, library and other roomB; open
fireplaces. Largo garden. Marina
yiew not. excelled, . , ,..w ,,1 .
B. P. OLIVER, INC. ,
104 Montgomery. St.
4500-0t San Francisco, Cal.
NOTICE. i ?
At tno annual meeting of thOk.
stockholders of.Lwalf, Nichols Co,
Ltd., held Saturday, ..-April 2) tho
following officers wore elected:
T. K. Wall president'
II. H. Cqrbettwtt.). .Vice-President
. C. Wal j.taqcretaryi
O.i Il Wall ,. t ...,,... . .Treasurer
A. Mcintosh .S.l...Audlto.-
V. C. Smith and A. S. Humphries
A. C. WALL, "
4G90-Ct . .(Secretary.
NOTICE. , ? "
. - - ir-
Cablo iccclvedTpladng 'Unlteil
AVlreiess Telegraph securities' at
S42.CQ per sliaro. '
j , , W A SGALE, Hj-
General riscal Agent,
4E90 , j, Young Hotol(J ,
a awai ii a
A good nuthorlty on horses says
that hVgra"? vnrilvo "irrd'-lSngcst.
and that tho roana como, next' 111 'or
der. Blacks seldom IJyo tObo overjf
twenty, and creams rarely llvo mora
4hiin ten or flftoonyears, , -
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Bulletin. Editorial Room Jh.onB.J85
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