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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
-p 'i I Editorial Rooms, - 185
4 cl(lBusiness Office, . - 256
Entered at the Poitoffice at Honolulu
u second-clan matter.
EMONDAY MAY 2, 1910
Nothing can make good citizenship In business and politics are healthful
in men who have not cot in them symptom. They menn that both
courage, hardihood, decency, sanity,; business mid pontics win he on n
(the spirit of troth telling and truth sounder and moro hopeful basis as
Cseeklng. Theodore Koosevejt. oon as inia corrective process ue-
- iconics more complete. temporarily
Wlint thd Prnhlhltlonut. exnect to' tlle may be more or less uncertain
.do with the tourists Is explained In l? aim "csnancy; uui mm snouiu
Gtho portion of Mr. Woolley1. state- Krndually disappear,-and later on
Inient nmienrlnir In till. lme. Also trade should resume normal activity,
f".,. .tnn.nn.m f tvhni ilm 1'rnlillililon especially when It Is found that
'iib..i.i think. n( tii. rn.mrltv nr itn. , prices have touched bed-rock. There
wull's pooplo for self-government.
BUSINESS OUTLQUK GOOD
'New York bnnklns circulars re-
Is really nothing In the business sit-
patlon to warrant any uneasiness,"
Crop reports arc very encouraging.
despite the exaggerated reports of
damage, according to this authority
"The winter wheat crop 1 1 In cood
condition, and promises to be a large
eclved by the last mail comment on one. There Is also every prospect of
the attitude of the United States Su- a considerable Increase In the acre'
preine Court on anti-trust laws and age of corn nnd cottqn
the general drift of the business of ers arc already at wiirk
it ho country In Its relation to politics
in n H1031 interesting manner.
K Apparently Wall Street drew
sigh of relief when It read the an
nouncement that the decision In the
Standard Oil and Amerlpan Tobacco
Company cases would be reargued.
E"Tlils means that It will be practi
cally a year before a flnal decision
very best methods wIUi which tiny
nro 'familiar jn order tp ijcruro tJC
largest, possibly yield per ajrft"
;. MR. WOOLLY'S. STATEMENT,
,r:Tke!'e JiRnQlhlng particularly sur
prising nt, .the. nervousness dlspiaycu
an be Hindered," says the circular of IbjfcthePtohlbltlon forces because.thls
Henry Clews under date of April
16. "A great deal of uneasiness ami
uncertainly had been raised concern
ing tho outcome of theso problems;
and much of the recent depression
aiul hesitation oolite Stock Exchange
was duo to this Influence.
'. "The unexpected removal of such
an Incubus gives the market fresh
life nnd activity. Delay Is evidently
Itlm result of Judgo llrewer's death,
and suggests a division 01 opinion iu
the court which necessitates waiting
until the new appointment Is madej
nnd-the enses ltayo bein reu.-gued,
.The belief, also. 'that tho Supreme
.Court was not wholly antagonistic to
corporations has had qulto as much
to-do with the revival of confidence
us the actual delay. In any event an
adverse decision had been fully dis-
fcountcd, nnd this unexpected action
pruvcu me turning puitii ut vne mur-ket."
This comment brings home to the
reader that Interpretation of the law
by the courts Is quite as Important
in its bearing on business" as the law
Of moro lmmodlnto Interest, per
haps, Is the comment of a later cir
cular, In which tho crop conditions,
ugh prices and tho trend of politics
E. Olio of tho most Inuiortuut feature!
10 Hawaii is mo statement inui me
damage from extrcmo weather in the
ler Is publishing tho full (letall
rth"hearlnB before tho Senate'cbm-
t. Ittee dealing with the proposed
Inhibition for Hawaii.
' Prohibitionists most everywhere
display a fanatic zeal against fair
statement or a fair discussion of any
thing bearing on their particular
Immediately the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n starts
the publication of what the Prohibl
.tloq..ngentf'sald before, the, commit
jtee'.lnrWashlngtou, the Government
by. CammisBlon' 'organ declares that
Agent Woolley Is being misrepresent
cd. That Is very amusing. We are.
certain ttyit 'the.ofllclal stenographers
o(-tiie United! States Senate quoted
Mr. Woolley correctly, and this paper
is publishing not only Mr. Woolley'?
remarks .verbatim, but tho speeches
of all those appearing before tho com
mlttee: . Our readers will draw their
own conclusions as to what the pro
moters or tho Prohibition legislation
were driving at and whether their
Judgment Is to be trusted in direct
lng the legislation for tho people of
Tho colnpldonco of the Prohibition
organ .criticizing this paper for pub
lishing Mr. Woolley's remarks and of
Mr. Woolley's refusal to talk when
arriving In town (Mb morning, leads
one to conclude that tho exponents of
"government by n few Jf us" nro not
jat all happy with wb.af.Mr. Wpocy
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
n . -H-
Houses, Hats, Shoes,
Are unnecessary. But
as they INSUHE
COMFORT nnd HEALTH
- we .prefer to .carry
, this kind of protection.
It is just as .necessary .
tp prc-tcct yourself by:
Insure Before the
It costs. but a com
paratively small sum .
i to be, assured against'
loss. We issue policies.
Tren$ Trust, Co,., lid.
HB7 ' .
KVENTVG- JTTLI,ETIN" -.,TS,?,rvUr,.""1
A1LY and WEEKXY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ CO., LTD.
At, 120 KinR Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
fiwily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
E MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
tWeillaoe R. Parrlnaton, - - Editor
Is cotton' for tho Japanese spinning'
milts. Thero is. also a large ship
ment of leather for Yokohama,
Several tourists arrived by tho Ta-,
cine Mail liner Manchuria this morn
ing, and the vessel could hnvo
brought fifty or more for this port,
had they applied for transportation.
Purser' bourne's room charf showed
a wealth of empty stateroopis...
Included in the arrivals this morn
lng were Judge and Mrs. Sidney Hal
lou, who have .been absent for several
months on n mainland visit.
A. A. Young Is back from n busi
ness trip to the mainland In tho In
terests of the von Hnmm-Young Com
pnny. W. Frank Pierce Is the grand mas
ter of tho Krce and' Accepted Masons
of California. Hq Is n thlrty-thlrd-degree
Mason, nnd comes here to look
over the local lodges. Mr. Pierce was
met at the steamer by a delegation
from the local Masonic societies, lie.
Is accompanied by Mrs. Plerco on his
trip to tho Islands,
John 0. Woolley, the prohibition
advocate In the employ of the prohl
bttlou forces In Hnwnll, has return
ed from his trip to Washington,
where he attempted to Interest tho
lawmakers In a plan for absolute pro
hibition in tlie Territory,- He Is back
from nn unsuccessful mission, nnd
will take up the leadership In the1
movement to bring about a favorablo
sentiment for prohibition prior to tho 1
coming election to be held the latter
part of July. ,
Among the through passengers des
tined for Manila nro Mr. and Mrs. K.
J. Albertson, who are connected with
the Philippine Insular government
William 0. Pottingcr is chief clerk
to one of the departments' In the
Philippine government service,
LOCAL MASONS, HONOR PIERCE.
(Continued from Pare 1.)
Grand Master Pierce will he ten
dered a. reception In the Masonic
Tempi?, (his evening. This will be
under tho auspices of the combined
blue.'loilges of the city and for tho
purpose of meeting the brethren per
sonally! Tomorrow evening thero will be a!
grand reception and ball given 'nt the!
Young Hotel In honor of Mills dlstln-' . . ., a.,n
etmbrp,chs,cletyscn-POLICE COURT AND
On Wednesday evening a banquet nFTCPTIIir nfllHirO
will be, tendered Mr. Pierce by the ULiMJlIlL UUIllUO
inuBiurB, wuruuns unu past masters,
and for this Dr. Grossman will he tho
toastmastcr. On Thursday evening
Mr. Perce will visit tho local com
mandery. TiH.. Petrlc, past master
of Honolulu ipdge, is, general chair
man of the Joint committee of tho
bluo lodges, and ha will have as his
assistants prominent officers of the
THREE, FINE LOTS
If you are looking for something
GOOD, here's a bargain.
PRICE, $1000.00 FOR'THE THREE
Bishop Trustv Company,
Office open Sunday mornings from
0 to, 10.
(MJddlo West Is. not so great as at: did as an agent In his particular
llrst reported. Producers of sugar branch, of "the service, and thoy wlre
y'ouid feel any Breut disaster in thejlesscd him to "have nothing to say"
farming districts of the mainland, as: until such time ,as inoy couia. confer
MAY' INDICT KING
"If I could Just Imprison n king, I
shquld be ready Xo rctlro to private
life," said District Attorney Ilrcckons
this morning, and his cha.ico seems
to bo coming within a few months.
According ' to reports ironi the
Statcs.tho King of Slam with his ret
Imio contalnlngs. among other things,
forty, wives, Is to vlBlt Amcr.ca daring
the coming summer and w,ll spend
consldcrablo tlmo traveling all oyer
1 Tho railroads aro vying with each
other In trying to get tho thanco for
making tho special trains which will
tako his majesty from wcBt to east
nud-.on ills shorter trips.
it is uoiora no rescues tuo states
that Ilrcckons will score, for when his
roynl highness Invndes Honolulu on
his wny to San Francisco tho District
Attorney may Indict him tinder tho
Edmunds act. One wife is all that Is
allowable In this territory, and no
klhc can brine forty Into Honolulu, ac
cording to the public prosecutor.
lone of the llrst results would be a
reduction In the, year's consumption.
W On the matter, of high prices Clews
ays; "Continued agitation against
high prices Is lmvlng an unmlstaka
Iblo effect, and his awakened the pub.
Bile mind to the absolute necessity for
economy. In Bqwo-iustanccs the ex
Sliaustlon of buying power is forcing
Hocoiioray; In othvrs a recognition of.
IjUieioo-rapId pare nt which the coun-jtry.-,wu3
going ias produced greater
conservatism. TJiero has unquestlon
gitbly. been a lessened consumption VI
prrmiiy articles ot food nnd other lie.
vVcssitics, na well as luxuries. Ho
Halters are iu consequence buying In
Spina! I quantities; nnd the reaction
Ithim started Is juRstng on to the Job
bor,r the wholesaler and the pro-
CUticer. in consequence we ure wit-
Bjiossing declining prices Iu nearly all
Rpt'lie commodity markets; a natural,
Kwhojesomo nnd highly desirable re-
Vuctlgn from the prohibitive level to
wnifli values nan iri'quenuy risen
Krl'olitlcnl results do not appear tn
bejcauslng financiers any deep worry,
DJhoiTgh it Is admitted that they aro
hesitating a little. Hilt Cews thinks
ftKe elections In Massachusetts and
ft-NeW York have mude) two things
Every plain, namely;
&f "First, that the tariff must be
Sagalh revised, and this time down.
vnrds, also that the people nre weary
licnf n'olltlcnl rnrriuitlnn and are se-
HJectiiiR n iiiRimr typu in uit'ii us uiuir
wr J , ., . .w.- v-.,M -,,i.-
T(i'pij;3(;iiiaiivu4, tu iMV unci jisi.iim-1
lfiir,. nt thnA tt-hnT hnvA -nrorltftd'
and'get him started on n new track.
The 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Intends to .Plau
before the people a fair statement of
the practical facts of Prohibition,
and wo urge tha supporters of Prohl
bit'lon to try to be decent, though
that has not always been one of their
strong points when they are heated up
to calling names as they somotlmes
do It others fall to fojlow their til
Anderson Oraco Is still in hiding
roniewhero. and no' signs of him havo
been discovered In, tho.luwf couple' ot
days. Tho police are' s.tlll hunting,
for tho negro, but it Is qiight,' that,
the only way. the, map will, o, dis
covered will be through someone giv
ing htm nwny when he tries to get
food, , j
Chnrles Wilson nnd Pedro Cnrili
Kum Foo Sung1 Is on trial today be
fore Judge Cooper, nccuscd of as
saulting C. Augustus Herring with n
slick such ns la used by cco.les In
carrying loads over their shoulders.
In the cnto of the American I.nw
Hook Company against T. M. llnrrl
lonfor the payment'on certain hooks,
Judgo Iloblnson has set May 4 as the
date, of the trial.
Five days, from April 30 havo been
glvep the, defendants for the tiling of
their answer In tlie cnBe of Kavl Pu
alolo versus Johu'Kaukallu and Mule
Tho January term of the Circuit
Court Is tho time when the s 10,000
damage case filed against (leorge O.
lleckley Jr. by linns Toreon will come
up for 'trial, the case being opene'd
on January 9. This suit Is brought
byTorson for '.elng thrown from his
horse, May Z.i, 1909, while riding
into Honolulu from Walklkl, ho al
leging that lleckley ran 7nto him nnd
his mount whl'e going nt the rate or
10 iiillca'nn hour!
Ships Officers Arrange
In n successful effort to plenso nnd
entertain tho passengers who sailed
',ifor Honolulu nnd Iho Orient by the
Pacific Mall liner Manchuria, Captnltt
Dixon nnd Purser Dotirne with tho as-
slslanco of other officers connected
rwlth tho popular liner' prepared n num
ber of ovents which wero uartlclnat-
cd In by many persons of promlnvuto
on, board tho vessel.
A musical program rendered on Sat
urday evening Included tho following
Kocltatlon ...Mrs. R. J. Albertson
Song Mrs. I). W. Shnnks
Recitation or Heading
.'....Mrs. M..A. McConley
Song .....Mrs. W, Mclndno
Song i ,.......MIbk q, Orlolf
Piano Solo Mrs. Smith
Song , Mr. K J. Flynn
Song Mrs. W. Penning
(Accompanied by Mrs. 8. M. Dallou)
The Bi;ortB program Including ten
numbers over which 'Messrs. W. Frank
Pierce nnd S. M. Dallou .presided ay
Judges Included the following prize
Wnlkljig Race for, Ladles First
Prize. Miss Curtis; Second Prize,-Mr.
Walking Hnce for Gentlemen First
Prize, Mr. Harper; Second Prize, Mr.
Potnto Haco for Ladles First Prize,
Mrs. Albertson; Second Prlzc Miss
Potnto .Hnco for Gentlemen First
Prize. Mr. A. M. Hrown; Second Prlie,
Kgg and Sioon naco for Indies
First Prize. Mrs, Cope; Second Prize,
Needle nnd Thread Contest for I.n
The acme of perfection in a
.pocket timepiece is found 'in,
a Howard Watch.
WICHMAN& CO. arc agents
for Howard Watches in Ho
nolulu, and carry a cbmpleto
stock of these celebrated
Howajd Watches are sold,
by Wlchman & Co, at factory
prices, which are placed on
the watches by the manufac
turers. Wichman & Co.'s guaran
tee, in addition to the How
ard guarantee, goes with each
H. F: Wichmfln
& Co..' Ltd:,'
LEADING JEWELERS ,
A. F. Jiidd,. as trbltrator between
Mary A. Richards and Carl On Tal ot
nl. In the matter of certain oxpcndh
turcs and obligations of tho latter In
connection with property leased from
tho former, Iibb rendered his finding.
, Tho matters at Issue wero ns to
whom should pay the sefcer'ratcs, pen?
allies and Interest nf ' the 'property
Idased'oti" Kaulewela rtrect, It tho pni
ties" nt Iho second part could sub-let
Halo Aloha and tho matter, of flint-
dies and Ocntlemcn First Prize. Mrs. lshlngntcr for the free kindergarten.
Cunningham and Mr. Ynwlrtx;, Second I In tho .hearings which wero. held, by.
Prize. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albertson. (Mr. Jiidd testimony and letters cover-
Potato Contest for Children First lng 100 typewritten pages wero taken,
Prize. Master O. T. Smith; Second .and In his (hiding the arbitrator slatw
Prize. Alma W. Shanks. thnt'On Tnl, must pay the sewer rates
niislnnln tlnrn fni- flnn pnien Flrnt'lltKICr 1110 agreement, uiiiur-jiuunisv
Prlze. Mr. Albertson: Second Prlzo. nro nearly alt against On Tal.
fs tho V.sh cost of IJvIng explained1
by" tho t ll'tt our agricultural out
put h" ' 'J neurly 200 per cent.
In ''.(3 p . -. snty yenrs? Monopolists
either lie I 'tit or refine to mention
were charged nt the police court with.' that fact.
having been mixed .up In nn nffrny
nt the WinBton block. Tho first
named got off with a flne'of $t, while
the Intter, who was the aggressor,
was fined $25 and costs.
Apple Contest for l-mlles and Gen
tlemen First Prize Ladles. Mrs. Cope;
Second Prize Ladles, Miss IJpholf
First Prlzo Oentlemcn, Mr. Orlfiln:
Second Prlzo for Gentlemen, Dr. Hin
Pillow Fight for Gentlemen First
Prize. Mr. AlbertEon; Second Prlzo,
Within it shprt time Vecqwax Is'
likely' to become one" of tho' most
Important ft tho exports of Ugatida.
J. C. Mahrny and his gang of swind
lers havo been sentenced lo prison
Some people would rather pick
flaws than strawberries.
Pittsburg Is nmnzed by Iho startling
developments- In (he graft crusado re
cently brought to light. .
Following nn Investigation tho fed
eral grand Jury Indicts" National pack- '
lng, company, '."
, Porhnps Undo San; Is worrying
moro About raising the prlco than
raising 'the Matpo.-Huffalo' Tltnea.-
Tho Sau Francisco supervisors- com'
mttteo iiostponeB nctltm on Sutter
'street permit to April 13.
"After 'all, money nmounts to very
little." "Yes; but In tho menntlmo
It nmounts to a great deal." Puck.
Alimony to the sum of $15 monthly j
payablo on the 5th and 20th of cncli
month wns allowed Roselno Knpuklnl i
front" her hui.bandiJohn by.Judgij Holj-
Inson In the decree of dlvorco just
granted. In addition, tlio husband must
pay $13, tho cotui costs, nnd ntlorrieyH
fees amounting to $25. Tho nllmoiiyl
la permanent and. must bo. paidv until
further order of tho court.
A rejected suitor blows off Iho top
of n woman's head; claims shotgun
TEN-MINUTE CAR SERVICE
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
The Manchuria' sails for the coast
lituru of those who' have profited' of Asia at 5 o'clock this evening, and
through bosslsm nnd corruption. In transit carries oyer two thousand
tightly viewed, such readjuutmentstous ot cargo, the main part of which
ALL TO THE MERRY ON
fContinued from Pace 1.)
in touch with San Francisco as well
as Honolulu, and tho liner was on
nbled to Bend messages 'to tho Oce
ante steamer St,errp,
Purser Hourne planned and carried
Into execution a series of deck sports
which were much enjoyed by tho Ho
nolulu ns well as the seventy or more
There was, everything from n
Indies' walking rnc'o to tho funny egg
and spoon contests nn the rather un
certain deck of the steamer. The lit
tle folk were not overlooked, and
they were Invited to participate, in
various conJcstH and, were awarded
prizes. Tejt n,unibers closed wHb, u
free-'foi-ull pillow fight.
A musical program. Given on Satur
day evening In tho spacious saloon
drew out ri surprising nnd pleasing
array nt talent.
. ,'FOR SALE
MAN0A VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line, Choice ele
vation .'. .$4000
MAN0A VALLEY Two-story house; 'three bed
rooms'; mountain nnd marine view'. House mod
ern, grounds, well improved ,'. .$5500
MANOA VALLEY "Building lots. We haye two bar
gains in building sites . .., '.$950 and J2Q0Q
MAKIKI ' DISTRICT Two bargains in homes '
., ,. $3000 and $35.00
A ROOMING. HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished ; to lcase
for a. terra of years. Good opportunity 'for the right
party . , . .
Several. FURNISHED HOUSES for neriods of four to six
months, Rentals $60 to $100 per month
THE KAIMUKI DISTRICT is making such rapid pro
gress ith the development and improvement
;' ' going onin the. If w Ocean; Vie Tract
that the Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land, Co. areN com
pelled to install a ten minute service, which goes into
effect immediately after the necessary switches now
un4er construction, are completed. This service indir
;cates that thaNiew Ocean View Tr.act, with
its high, elevation, delightful climate, arid beautiful
r scenery will become the best residential ,district of
Greater Honolulu. It also indicates that the Honolulu
Rapid Transit & Land Co. are making preparations to
l eyentually extend their line according to their, charter,
and we suggest that you buy now, while, you haye. an,
opportunity to secure a beautiful homesite at reason
able prices and terms.
Tlie New Ocean View
An, Ideal Place Tq Live
ARTESIAN WATER, HIGH ELEVATION, ELECTRIC LIGHTS,
' DELIGHTFUL. CLIMATEt PAVED STREETS, K0K0 HEAD BREEZE, . .
SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY,
Q00L AND HEALTHFUL, GOOD LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE,
Take the Waialae car. and upon your arrival at Kairaukl call at our branch office in, charge
of Dr. Hutchinson, who will be pleased to show you the property ani'sup'ply' you -with maps, liter
ature and all the information you may require. Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots and $400
for inside lots; size, 75 ft. x 150 ft., or 11,250 sq, ft. each. Our terms. are $50 cash down and $10
per( month, on each lot. Call up Telephone 059 and make an appointment with one of our represen
tatives. j .
Land Co., Ltd.
MAIN OFFICE i '
KING AND FORT STREETS
WAIALAE AND KOKO HEAD AVENUE
Fort and Merchant Streets