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EVENING DULI.E11N, HONOLULU T. It, SATURDAY. APR. 30, 1910.
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.APRIL 30, 1010
PROIIILITION'S FIRST GUN
There is a jewel that no Indian mine
Can buy. no chcraic art can counter-
'?"' . , , ,4 . ' In order that tho readers of the
It makesmen nch in greatest pov- u ,, t , n Inay gUrt rRht on 10
.1 , CTy . . . , . question or Prohibition, their nttcn-
Makes water wine, turns wooden Umi g caC(1 , ,ho MMei rcport
cups to gold. ,..,. of tho hearing before tho Scnato
The homely whistle to sweet musics commlUcC( puWlcBi,on of which bo-
gins with this Issue,
This much-ln-little, all-in-naught VoriloDS 0. tuU ,,, havo bccn
, It GUUICIU. -imuil. I n,,hllh.,l l.ofnrn Thl. ,., ulll
Tho early bird catches "the comet now slo tho complete remarks of
when 'the observatory Is open. . ll03 appearing before tUe commit-
I tee, beginning with Mr. Woolley and
Inc.udlng the Delegate, Mr. McClel-;
tfc It's a pity the hose was no . turn
ed on vagrant Kuis'lans ten dajs ago.
Ian and others.
Hy following uils statement each
day tho reader will be able to In
form himself on tho alms of tho pro
hibition leaders as presented beforot
Congress, also the attitude of the
"Tho census man's booiU next to Delegate and the reprcsentathe of
th. liprorillnc Ansel's, so tell htm tho busluess orgahliallons of tills
yThoae Hutslans who fcclarn they
.will all die together n lit please
VASILIEFF SAYS HE IS LEADER.
(Continued from Pace 1.
an ungovernable and recalcitrant
hord of Russians who hae been
moro or less before thu public ee
for a month past, Is n Keen a wear
ing chap And one who might be Hid
natural selection ns a tender aniens
a slothful, Indolent and Ignorant
crowd of icrfs.
Vasllett Jtna none of the nlr of n
ctlullnal. " On the other hand, he
looks more like a man who might be
accustomed to ilerhe an cxlstenta
from lilt wits. Tho contrast between
Vnslterf and 'Suropove, who also
faced a vagrancy charge, was P
parent when the trio were llncu up
In the prisoners' dock. Tho latter
llustlan Is of tho lower order of serfs
who can bo found performing tho
most menial labor through Htstcrn
Siberia mid Southern Manchuria.
There uro thousands of tho Siirupmc
lpo of picn to Lo found along the
loutc of the great Trims Siberian
rnllwuy as trackwalker or day la
borcis. Thej work alongside with
Chlncc ahd the lower diss of Mint
clius anil never rise In thought or
action aboto the fancied belief that
they are tho oppressed and that
etery inan'o hand Is turned against
VasilcIT Is of the clnsi of )oung
Ituislau who Is cither native to Bl
bcrla or has mocd westward, to bet
ter his condition. He has" the bear
ing of a railway guard, a squad o,
whom are to be found at every sta
tion between . .adlvostok and Mosv
cow for a distance of oer secn
thousand miles of rallwny line.
Despite tho firm statement mado
by Judge Andrade this, morning (tint
ocrjoi:c must work In Hawaii or
else thoy will be classed os vagrants,
Vasileff a ad his Companions stoutly
maintained that tuoy were the up-
Trent Trust Co., .td.
Houses, Hats, Shoes,'
Are unnecessary. But
as they INSURE T
COMFORT and HEALTH
we prefer to carry
this .kind of protection.
It is just as necessary
to protect yourself by:
Insure Before tho
It costs but n com
paratively small sum
to be assured against
loss. We issue policies.
I Trent Trust Co., X.td.
Oflkc open Suudny mornings from
8 to 10.
j ltc.tr Admiral flees, when
(loned by tho H u 1 1 e t I n rcprescn
tatle this luornrllig ns to tho prob
able fato of tho Hosebauk, diclnroit
tlutt ho saw no cauie.fdr alaini over
the non-nnlvnl of tho vessel at Ilc-uclulu.
Asked If tho itcaincr might havo
hESERVE 800 ACRES
At the meeting of the Hoard "f
Agriculture and Forestry held till i
morning. In thd llurcau of Korenrf,
It 'was HeCMed In icerc nuoui a
acres of .'Und In l'upukou-Paiiialu (
nnmcaicsii lor ioipii use, inn i"'
Is In the district of Walmen, on thli,
island, and, according to those who
were picsont nt the ineotlng, It li
suitable for foreit jeserve.
The land was formerly liitcrldel
for homeatvad purposes, but ns It Is
tblikly covered vlth a variety lit
liees mid shrubs, It, was decided to
maku It n forest resenc.
(lovcriinr J'lenr, who prodded at
the meeting, was iTn Interested lis
tener to tho suggestions ortcied by
Hjroii O. Clark, one of tho best In
formed Jiicn In tho Territory about
land matters. 'Superintendent Mar
stnri Campbell was also present and
explained matters which helped ma
terially In the dUcusslon of forctt
After tho Pupukca-Pamalu land
tiiiiltcs wero disposed of, the board
entered Into it general discussion of
other mutters which rome within tho
protluro of tho meeting.
Among thosio pretcnt wore Gov
I cnor rrcnr, Marton Campbell, By-
1 rou O. Cark, United Slates Forester
nuef, .Margolin, Territorial Tore3tor Hos-
mer and Messrs. Winston, uiatnorm
1 I ..Having beforo llicnntho nrcscntn-
Who will be tho first ttPfflvo th, tfonpf tho .subject, 'asit was offer
population of New HoojIuIu BCd.lir .Washington, " Intelligent
proved by tho census ma J ! ' .Toler rn -decldo,) for thcmseUes
., I whtl'cr the position that will bo
mavis has had It fired at him so .taken1 by the leaders In the coming
the Ananias club,
pointed Hoses who had been chosen GOOD,
he may be wondering campaign . conslstdntMvlth tho de- yhm (, ,,, ,0 Ul0
Is n3t tho klngrin ;ot'clarcd imr-pose 0f promoting thebest ck , eK nna
club. J .Intere.tsJof the people of this Ter-1 ,. w.. .,,.. reclg,0
You need hardly to be reminded -Thoy can also Judge forhemselves
that the adocotcs ofrohluTnornifc-whethor tho inoement that was
Identical with the promoters .of gov- made to tamper with tho laws of tho
crnrnent by commission. Territory was Inspired by nn honest
i 1 desire for government of, by and for
tho people, and whether tho U who
Mr. llalllngor dldn t say anything Hiilnied lo renresent the fnrts re.
unexpected while on the stand. It gjlr,nllK conditions In this Territory
was, 10 ue supposea ne wouia vmeo.told the truth.
to lead their peop e alight
' The arraignment of tho Russian
agitators created much Interest In
court. Tho room wns crowded with
tho usual motly spectators, but It
was marked that not a ItusMnn
could bo found among thoso present
nt the trial.
VnsllcIT ns well as his companions
declaretl that they derived their llve-
' Ilhcoil from tlie Immigrants,
around with military precision nnd
marched to the bench, whllo the
third man slouched lo his scat In a
manner that betokened "that tired
The Itusstans aro still, In the tar.r.s
nnd will remain tn charge of the po
lice unless they manage to secure
something 'llkf seeu bumlied dol
lars as ball.
THREE FINE LOTS
HIGH AIID SIGHTLY
If you are looking for something been ordered dUcrted, tho natal of
)0D. here's a bargain. ilclal stuteil that ho had not bi'uu h.i
PRICE, $1000.00 FOR THE THREE Informed through tho cables nor by
There Is iw pn-tlblllty that tho
llnsehaiik may liao el.couiilered om
or moro American wnr'tesselsslcatn-i
Ing down tho Scutli American coasi
and that the) hud summoned the col
lier for n nipply of fuel. '
This is it rather remote deduction,
bowetcr, and should tho csicl not
show up off tho port nor ba reported
through tho Coast marine exchanges
within a few dnys, there Is ground
for the belief that the freighter hai
eltlior mot with an. accident and I)
crippled or 'else has become a total
. REPORT SHIPMENTS
Bishop Trust Company,
Corrrlcbt I hit, tij Tba Miniim Co,
Excellent Remedy for
And the Many Ailments
Useful in Overcoming
Colds and Headaches
To Dispel Tlicm. Mt Has
a ucnuc Acuon on uic
the MAN-A-L1N OOr,
Tim total amount of the sugar
shipped by tho" Sugar K.tctors since
December 1, ItlOS, Is 22,1,000 tonfc.
Of this amount, 101,000 tods havo
rea'hed tho markets, and tho bal
ance, fi9,00t tons, Is iilloat.
Of tho total amount of sugar
shipped, 131,200 tons havo been
shipped by tho American-Hawaiian,
and 73,10(1 tons havo gono to tho jjie following- wholesale druggist
I'atiiic Coast. Tho balance of is. 'g will supply the retail trade: REM
700 tons has been shipped by thu soil, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha
Capo Horn route in sailing vessels. I wail.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, U, 9. A.
Disapproval of what he hadlonr-T -
mow '4-' i 1
SFNI. RlflTFRS Tn Mil
J Try to bo decent Is nn admonition ;r,:j v., - - . t
alwuys approprllte when a:commu.:--rie.j(1Uy myBfory about the local
ulty is about to siart in on a -cam- ircainieiit qf.JHe Husslan Immigrants
5"f - -?
Is why such a Jong .time has been
rtujulrfd (oj- the, authorities to reach
'Orf LonpIiNlons Hint brought on
wnnt some term the crisis of yester-
of the McCarthy
run to earth.
leglmo have been
'Tlio ' value of the San
ruff iirnarciitlan Is found 111 the
speed, with .which tho n e' Sr-3' ticc!!ti T -W-T"
t ik. nt-nn,t, .i, hoi,..n An uiiTorhiniitely large number of
these Unsslaiis biought here at pub
lic expense hue turned out to be
HI T m lawbreakers and generally undeslra-
t-Anderton Grace will In pWMl tti Me.'-persons. They wero uid arc
learn that tho combined iiollce of proper subjects for the attention of
Honolulu wero very successful In the police Instead of the phllan
handling a Ilusslun mob. If he wwe'Hhiopi: branches of the public ser-
aNniob, ho would be discovered
'.'United States law applied to the
t..t nuiinnliil Inn unm na ntna ulll
L?" ,rr:,.u"r"H I vagrants landed In Jail
,n.ty to study a practical American- "n? "?! SLZ,
Mm thai the people In the States do -"""""" ",. -"-"
The arrest, too long delayed, of
one or two mcu developed the call
ber of tho wholo crowd. l'ho Ilrst
j promptly and vlgorously
accoidlng 'o tho laws of tlfe land
They should go to Jail, ami thoro
NAVAL SHIPS TO DE
BUSY IN THE SOUTH
Steamer;;;With Coal May GUARDIAN APPOINTED
Judgo Robinson Hits
pointed Allen K. Mm fiilnn,) )n quant
Inn of Muriel H. Macrarlai o, . nilnnr.
Mrs. Mucfnrlnno Is tho mcllier of tho
moi e child who is a few days ovo II months
oiu noun in ino sum oi i "u'j was
Have the four thons.ird or
I n . . .. I ll.ilill,, Pi u mill I a1n( I llUfl
iuiis ui niiuuiit V""i " "- rcnnlroil bv tho court.
for the rnltetl States naval station rcqnirtd u "'cuun.
at Hono ulu still nllout or has the
coal been diverted to other lues o
WASIIINOTON, jprll 5 Not only
Is there no hope, at least for the
lirpsent. iif hnvtiiir a fleet nf battte-
Kl.ln. cpiiI l Ihn Pnelnn nepnll l.llt B"e down tO the bottom Of I
the touting summer thero will bo n The shipment 'lft Newport News
scant patiol u' the Itrltlsli froUhter ltos'baiik.
Kour of "the ar ships on duty 'T" "s.tel l" ,tl";V!,.",n,"1?
Uhere nin to go to Valparaiso-tn par- """ "'" """-"" ' ""' '" '' , "".
II..I,, ,lo l 11,. l,,lor,,ll,il ,,1,.!,,.,. l"g OI l" llllimil Ultlllllll Ull-lioii,...
tlou'of Septenilier and every iimiII- wlllc" M'-ic'l haH'1" (Uscliargliig
the' Bulletin office.
A loft cablo received at the agency
tif f?HHlfn nnil Cooka nnnontin h lhutJ
nio.-nlng. aV.lhe repairs being niudu at Sat Fran
cisco upon thu .Mat son Navigation lin
er I.uilluc uro being hastened. Tho.
work will be completed Jo enable; tint
essol to sail from tho coaat port for
Honolulu on May 2nd. Tho I.urllno li
cxiK-ctcd to arrive at Honolulu on or
about May 9th and will ,bo dispatched
on a return o)age to San Kmnclsco
on tho cu-nlng of May ICtli.
cards on sale at
able, gunboat Is to be btutloni'd along'
the Central American coaift, because
of Die disturbed conditions that are
expected to continue for innny
In response to a request from San
ta Cruz that the naval vessels visit
that port during tho summer; cruise,
Socrotary Meyer has frankly stated
the situation. He cxnlalni, that by
August tho ships still In northern hero from these ports .within llfiy-
waters must bo Inlho jards for re- teven dajs, nnd there lir no pas'apo
pairs preparatory for tho ciulses to rcto iled which covers too time now
the South. , ufdl'tM to tho nbsnnt Hosebauk,
to.U ut the1 naval 'wharf since
April L'2, '
The llosebnuk la seventy-three
dajs out fiom Newport News today.
The average passaga from this port
to llonolii it by thu way of rl i-cr th
Mugelliiu straits or the Horn hai
been nbout Blxty-two dajs. 'tne
leiortls ut the ciistdni house show
that somo freighters havo artlvcd
j i- Judging from Indications in the should bo no mincing of matters as
, ' morning paper, Dill Jarrett has been to the matin lr or speed of their
'' promised a weak opponent on the lie-j going,
, publican ticket, by too man ano tne ah tnese tenpie need is plain,
crowa now ac woricruiiiiug up bttuiijniiorwuru, even-uunueu jusitce
scheme of boss rule for the Republl-! measured out to them us It Is bo-
stowed upon tl. citizens nod other
residents of this city and Territory.
flltffln thlu Ihn ,,ntnrtt , nf Ihnsa
..RnlM rlotera are not sj widely. whQ b'een decorat, tbe bUc
removed from tho Japanese brand .,,. ., , , ,, 2 .
'when It comes to an anxiety for alt wl g0 ,0 ., wh(jro th at
'to,go to Jail together. And they ,MSt do ,hnt wh,ch th BCQrn as
soould all be accommodated with tbe
same even-temperCd consideration for
tneir wisnes. -i i . ,
they would cleanllnes& work, j
Work will fa punishment ijidccd
for them, but Justlcs does not call
for longeance. Wh'lo the undoslr-
fj.They could not have handled the ables are hore they shoull be ra-1
Russian immigration to better ad-, quired to put In ttclr tin") to the
vantage .for discrediting the whole beat advantngo for tho public good,
European Immigration movement, !but as permanent residents, tho Ter
ahd it Is not surprising that manyjrltory wants none of "vagrants ani),
,are beginning to wonder whither tho rioters, neither In Jail nor out of it.
iney snoum do arrested, ana Kepi
In restraint until such time as thoy
rnn hf, rpturnpil tn thntr nnrlvA fipnttt
.vEome of tnese aspiring leaders nml tnere dea)t wltn by. tne nuthbrl
who call themselves Republicans ac- tlcs as tlielr nonle rccora ag ittW.
,ceptvls as a foregone conclusion that breakers Justifies,
boss rule won't work lit this man'sl ,,.
t.: ! .tC.t!?!..,LIB-!! HINOLEADERS NOW FACE " ;1
i"'iu v w " b -" .,. rrrnnv nirinnT
fftljure was premeditated.
, Oia'iiiimA nf rmnt cnVftrn'mdnL
" Purchased legislation In Illinois,
(Continued from Page I,)
eminent. It Is stated, will bo toward
New York, Pennsylvania, California, effecting a segregation of tho Russians
and various other sections. Pur- " "J '-' """P' .. nusiuj aim
..j , ii n.. -.i ii thoso who havo a constlttitloni.l avor-
Chased legislation cropping up on all B,on , wofk and hayo BUCCC(dC(, ,
sides 'should bring the people to a rorCnB their Ideas upon tho winds of
realization that It Is ubout tlmeti,eir caBiy cil rollow countryiacn.
tUey 'put someone In control who a
..will legislate f of them. The traders A woman's tears scare a man moio
uavenaa meir aay. ui mry mirt nun. "''''
MANOA VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation - i. . $4000
MANOA VALLEY Two-story houso; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view, House mod
ern, grounds well -improved $3500
MANOA VALLEY Dnilding Jots. We hnve two bar
gains in building sites ..,.., $950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes .....
..,, f ,. $3000 and $3500
,A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished ; to lease
for a terra of years. Good opportunity for the right
FOR RENT ' x ,
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for oeriods of four to six
months. Rentals $00 to $100 per month
The acire of perfection in a
pocket timepiece is found in
a Howfrd Watch.
WICHMAK& CO. nrc agents
for HowardWatches in Ho-,
nolulu, nnd'earry a complete
stock cf these celebrated
Howard Watches are to
by Wiclimnn & Co. at factory
prices, which are placed on
the watches by tho manufac
turers. Wichman & Co.'s guaran
lcc in addition to the How
ard guarantee, goes with each
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Mr Chas A, Stanton of the Kal
mukt l.nnd Company announces that
hereafter tho business hours of liW
nmipnny will extend fiom -I it, m. to
T p. pi. He claims that ho ordered
the romet to make Its aiviranco ill-1
leetly oer Koko Head In order to
assist him In attracting tho atten
tion of horachulUfrs to tho beauties
and iiilrnntages of the Ocean Vlew
Dlttilct, mid that he feels It hihlty
to glo all thoifo who havo bought
a lot and 'those who lontcmplato buy
ing a lot a frco early morning uiito
mobllo trip to the observatory and
return. All that Is necessary Is to
arrango for an appointment nt tho
odko of tho Kiilmukl Land Company,
Suggestions given for simplifying
or systematizing office work. All
TDK HAl.tt'hns been niinoitncoil nt
San rranclsco of tho old bark Klcctrn
by thoAlaskn packers' Association to
tho Pacific Coast Coal Company. Thu
tUlcctra, whoso sailing ilnH nro over,
I will bo con cried Into a' bargo and
used for carrying roal mound thu tiny,
Sho will fill 111 tho placo of tho old
, bark (lermanla, wblihis now no long-
er fit (or work even as n hulk. Tho
Elcctra Is ouo of tho oldest wooden
American milling vessels afloat. Shu
was built In 18iS at Boatou. and is
of 939 tons. In the old days the Elec
tra was famed us a smart sailer nnd
has moro than ouo record to her cre
dit. , - ,
jns'Tor 8alo" cards nt Putletln,,,
- 4 1-2
in our Savings Department,
and this interest is com
Bank or Hawaii,
' Capital and Surplus:
-Fortnd Merchant, SetiSiftas;-
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