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THURSDAY MAY 5, 1910
We all. my lords, hpve err'd. i Senate to support the policies of the
Men may, I find, be honest though "Administration, It must bo ndmlttcd
they differ. Thomson,
Don't be a Prohibition croaker.
Let ii llttlo practical sunshine Into
Send vagrants home, though they
havo tomo and must go at Torrlto
Dlrtj, slovenly loafers nro not
wanted lu Honolulu, whether Itus
bIuiis or any other nationality.
Is a great difference ot
on what teal Republican
St. I'uul has gono Republican.
Wasn't It a man by that namo who
saw a great light and changed his
Mr. Pond's argument may be that
Prohibition will Increase the con
sumption of buttermilk and thereby
promote the small farm.
Don't forget that n trans-Pacinc
raco is scheduled for this season and
Hawaii's jaclit IS hound to wlu It
sent out pronerly equipped.
Ho as conservative as J on like and
knock Hawaii's future all oti pleaso.
jou can't prevent Honolulu from
doubling In population in fhe jenra'
This annual tour ot Important fra
ternal olllcera to Honolulu Is another
proof that a steadily Increasing num
ber nro coming to know that Ha
waii Is on the map.
, Work on raising the Maine will
begin In time to provide a topic for
' tho summer silly season, In a dls-
tusslon on whether tho plates prove
' that the (hip was blown up or nat
It would be cheap at double the
' price to pay Atkinson five hundred
dollars a month and Perelstrous live
I' dollars u head to take back to Har
bin tho lovely repesontatlves of their
brilliant Immigration campaign.
Kings and Queens having run out
, to meet him nt tho station, there
now remains one of two things for
, King Kdward and Kaiser Wllhotm to
do as a special honor for Hoosevclt
put on tho gloveg or run a foot race,
Hilly Mason, ex-Senator from Illl
nois, intunates that a great many
United slates Senators are elected
by purchased votes. Perhaps Ullly
.knows und perhaps ho Is seeking
this means of again bringing him
. eelf Into the limelight.
Certainly of tho ships of the Pa
. cllic, fleet remaining in these waters
m inruo monius 01 me winter season
uugiu iu uo cuougn to start tno Ho
nolulu croakers going full blast, for
fear someone might placo a specula
tive aluo on the growth of this city,
It was Indeed true. The advance
in tho price ot sugar frightened the
sugar stock quotations into another
blue funk. Presumably on account
of an overwhelming fear that some
of tho plantations may make so
much money they will not know
what to do with It.
Defeat ot tho Federal prohibition
scheme and the coastwise shipping
law suspension proves that Congress
each j ear is becoming better ac
quainted with the fact that this Is
ah American Territory, and not a
possession tor which exceptions to
American laws should be constantly
provided. These victories for our
straight American status arc guar
antees of stability.
ri'When It comes to the ques
tion" of" local legislation, no
member of the Chamber of Com
merce and no member ot tho
.Merchants' Association believes
that It Is possible, In the first
place, to secure the enactment
ot n prohibition law for Hawaii
In Hawaii." Advertiser.
Holding such an opinion, a spite
(ul desire to raise a rumpus over
something the people don't want
must be. at the bottom ot the morn
ing paper's present support of Prohl
One ot tho freaks of the Prohibi
tion campaign has come out early in
The Hilo Tribune this week pubr
llsilied -a-letter from a Ullo citizen,
nccomjiaijled by an "endorsement"
of Prohibition;' in Maine by the Oov
ernor"bf"thnt "State, Mr. Ilert M. Ker-
This "endorsement" consists of a
letteratronruno C. E. Owen of W'ator-
YUle, Maine, and then follows this
aHesdstatcnicnt from tho Governor
r'l onrgfadly endorso all Mr. Owen
"BERT M. KEKNAI.D.
"Cov, of Maine."
Someone has obviously edited this
thing with nn Idea of possibly mak
ing It readable to tho "I been go'
population ot Hawaii.
We have no doubt that Mr, Per-
nald endorses tho Prohibition law of
Maine when someone writes It for
him, but wo doubt thnt "ho been en
dorse eucrythlng for which Mr.
Owen he write him."
Ilert Kernnld, In' his association
with the hotel business of tho Stato
of Maine, knows what every other
hotel man knows, that the Maine
Prohibition Inw la n tftroa In c fnV
, i ortv-thrco Republicans being tho las practical prohibition of tho llq
total number of Senators who can uor traffic Is concerned.
bo mnrshalcd in the United States' As Governor of tho Stato ho knows
that tho feeling among young Ito-i
publicans ot tho State against the1
farce of Prohibition is the most se
rious threat that exists today against
the continued power of tho Republi
can party. Opposition to Prohibition
was primarily at the bottom of the
discontent that forced Senator Hale
to withdraw his candidacy for tho
United States Senate after serving
five consecutive terms
If Ilert Ternald could gel Prohibi
tion out of the road he would be
more certain that the usual Repub
lican Congressional delegation of his
State will bo returned this fait and
his leelcctlon a Governor by an In
creased majority assured.
One ot tho experts on the certain
ties of tho oil business recently pub
lished tho following statement on tho
chances of making fortunes In the
oil business; "Dccauso ot tho haz
ard, those engaged in tho traffic do
mnnd, and must bo paid, largo prof
Its where the transaction Is com
plete. The high perccntngo of loss
must be paid up for, otherwise thero
would be none to tako tho extraor
dinary risk. Under the law ot 'av
erages, it Is not wrong that $1000
should bo allowed to grow into $1,
000,000, when It so frequently hap
pens that n million dwindles down
to a thousand and disappears alto
gether. Only a small frac
tion of the companies organized to
produce oil is successful, and tt
sometimes happens that utler ignor
ance, however well intentloned, not
only Is the cause ot loss ot stock
holders' money, but that contiguous
leases and wholo districts nro dam
aged to the extent ot millions ot
Consult us for Furnished Houses.
We have a long list.
To Let Unfurnished
10. Wahiawa Z $20.00
11. Ajcti 3 60.00
13. Seventh Avenue 0 45.00
18. Thurston Avenue 4 40.00
19. Kamchameha Road 4 25.00
31. Anapuni Street 2 30.00
35, Kaimukl 3 35.00
30. Matlock Avenue 2 25.00
37. lewers Road 3 30.00
i 38. Beretania Street G 37.50
30. Lemon Road. Waikiki 3 20.00
40. Twelfth Avenue, Kaimuki 2 20.00
Trert Trust Co., Ltd.
ROOSEVELT TOR PEA0E.
(Continued from Pace 1.)
ed it peace when he has scourged
honest protest Into silence. Our
words must be Judged by our deeds;
and In striving for n lofty Ideal we
must use practical methods; and If
wa can not attain all at one leap,
we must advanco towards tt step by
step, reasonably content so long as
we do actually make some progress
lu the right direction.
"Now, having freely ndmlttcd tho
limitations to our work, and the
qualifications to ho homo In mind, J
feel thnt I have the right to have
my words taken seriously when 1
point out where. In my Judgment,
great advanco can be mado In tho
cause ot International peace. I speak
as a practical roan, and whatever
now advocate I actually tried to do
when I was for the tlmo being the
head ot a great nation, and keenly
Jealous of Its honor and Interest. I
nslc other nations to do only what 1
should bo glad to see my own na
''Tho advance can be made nlong
several lines. Klrst of all thero can
be treaties of arbitration.
"Secondly, thero Is tho further de
velopment ot tho Hague Tribunal, of
the work of the conferences and
courts nt Tho Hague.
"In the third place, something
should be done as soon as possible
to check the growth of armaments,
especially naval armaments, by Inter
"finally, it would bo n master
stroke If those great powers honest
ly bent on peace would form a
League ot Pcaco, not only to keep
tho pcaco among themselves, but to
prevent, by force If necessary. Its
being broken by others. The su
premo difficulty in connection with
developing tho pence work of Tho
Haguo arises from the tack ot any
executtvo power, of ahy pollco power
to enforce tho decrees of tho court.
"The combination might at first bo
only to secure peaco within
definite limits and certain
THREE FINE LOTS
HIQH AND SIGHTLY
If you are looking for something
GOOD, here's a bargain.
PRICE, ?1000.00 FpR THE THREE
Get your prices to the other is
Office open Sunday mornings from
8 to 10.
Bishop Trust Company,
conditions; but tho ruler or states
man who should bring about such a
combination would have earned his
place In history for nil time nud his
title to the gratitude of all mankind."
By the middle ot next week thu
Campbell Hackfeld case will probably
ho finished In Judco Robinson's court.
Yesterday afternoon Captain Dablo
was put nn the stand and his testlmon)
was still being taken ttiduj. It is bo
llovcd that the testimony of the Bklp
por will bo concluded this afternoon j
and Dr Judd will bo called tomorrow, j
Dr. Judd attended Campbell at tho
tlmo of tho accident and his testimony
Is soino of tho most Important In tilt
SAM HAHI GETS ONE
YEAR EXTRA JAIL
against him. Ho In alleged to have
entered n Jnpancso house and to lmvo
stolen n suit of clothes vvhllo ho was
Chang Chan, accused of having op
ium in ins possession lllcgjllr wan
his own counsel before tho Federal
court this morning but he did not nro
sent his case ably enough and suffered
n verdict of two months' Imprisonment
Tho case lias been set tlmo after
time and when tho day arrived Chan
appeared without counsel and said ho
could get none Again this morning ho
put In the samo pica, but It didn't go
and the. case proceeded to trial.
I)u t two witnesses weie examined bv
llip prosecution and then Chan
Cleveland and Chattanoo
ga From Manila to
Two United States cruisers, the
Cleveland nnd tho Chattanooga, mo
now en route from Manila, Philippine
Islands, to Mare Island, California,
and will call at Honolulu on the vo
ago to tho homeland,
Hear Admiral Recs lias been ad
vised of tho sailing of tho two protect
ed cruisers. According to his calcuh
tlons, the war vessels should arrive at
this port within the next two weeks.
Tho vessels will remain nt Honolulu
for Bcvoral daj s, as they will bo given
supplies nud n quantity or coal, mo
cruisers nro proceeding to tho coast
lor a general overhauling.
Tho Cleveland, Commander Hugh
Hodman, will go out of commission
upon arrival nt the coast.
Commander J. D. McDonald Is r.i
turning with the cruiser Chultanoogi
and this vessel proceeds to the nav;'
yard at Dremerton. Washington, thero
to go out of commission.
Both vessels nio ot 3100 tons anil
ure supplied with ten guns.
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FOR WHOOPING COUCH. CROUP.
ASTHMA, COUCIIS, BRONCHITIS. SORE
THROAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
VaporiuJ Creaotari. tlotil At puelJMM el
WhoojJ Lo.il. fcwdf'ajW Lloop l
ilVftt Cr.a.ln. If uad. Il U W
on Boit and Ihioal. malint brrtUtms ai-l Hit
caw of col loolSrt Hit tore threat and flew tbt
couth. Il il bo l iiltiMi "" !
Crtaolent II t powerful teftnldJe. acting both
ai t taiatife anJ prmttiMta conUiiotil dinaan
Crcaolant'i bft lecorameodatiM u iu Ihirlr
ycart ot luccetriai we.
Far Salt to all Dr.iiWi
Throat Tablets, impuj
or tha II-
Tkt Vita Crtastftt Ct.
110 ratio Street.
Maw Tark Cilr.
I Mr "Sjffjr I
(Continued from Pace. 1.)
apply to those Bteamers operated bv
tho American-Hawaiian lino which
clcur from Hllo for Snllna Cruz or
At tho request of the Mexican gov-,
eminent the local branch of tho re.1-,
crnl quarantine scrvlco has been noti
fied to continue with tho exnmlnntlon
of officers and crew' and obsorvo th-)
usual formalities with regard to fum
lgatlon nnd tho issuance of health cer
tificates. t e a
AITEIt HAVIN'O discharged n gen
ernl cargo nt Mamikona and other Ha
wall ports, tho Ameilcnn barkentlno
Irmgnrd Is reported to have sailed for
Son Pranclsco on TuoBdav
the stand for himself, convicting him
self out of his own mouth.
Tho jury were out but n few min
utes beforo r timing a crdlct of I
I.UMUnn POIl Honolulu Is en route
from Port I.udlow bV tho American
schooner Camano Tho vessel Is re-
ported to have sailed for tho Hawaiian
took I Islands on April 22
WITH MCHCHANlMPn destined fm
Mahiiktinn, tho American barkentlno
S, O. Wider Is rciiortoil to Iiftve
sailed from San 1'ianclsco )cslcrda.
The acme of perfection In a
pocket timepiece is found in
a Howard Watch.
WI0HMAN & CO. arc agents
for Howard Watches in Ho
nolulu, and carry a complete
stock of these celebrated
Howard Watches are sold
by Wicliman & Co. at factory
prices, which are placed on
the watches by tho manufac
turers. Wichman & Co.'s guaran
tee, in addition to the How
ard guarantee, poes with each
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
LEADING JEWELERS '
BaTaTT-'Tor Salo" cards nt Bulletin.
Sam Knhl, who escaped from the
prison gang a couple ot davs ago, and
who was lecaptured jesttrdny after
noon by Turnkey Billy Woods, ap
peared In court this morning, and was
sentenced to nn extra ) car's jail by
Judgo Andrndo, Sam pleaded guilty
to leaving tho gang without permit.
slou but beggod of tho judgo to allow
him a chance of leaving tho- country.
Thero was nntblnir dolus nlonc that
certain ltne. howover. nnd Sam Is also llablo
deflnlto to havo a charge of larceny lall
A joung girl and her mother cime'
rto this country to seek emplovmcnt.
ftTho motljer decided that Bhe would
leurn thu English latiguago first and
(then teach her daughter. She fun nil
mat tno following questions were
insked nearly everj tlmo- "Your age?"
-now long employed!" "Can ou
wash dishes and peel potatoes! '
So stio thought It was only neces
sary that her daughter should only
leurn tho answers. She taught her to
say the.' follow lug words In rotation
LJ"8oveneen jears," "three months"
The first place the daughter sought
E'work the-lndy who nnswered her timid
t'rap asked her what she wished.
Seventeen jenrs," sho answered
"Oh. jou wish work? How. old aro
( ' i iicee miiniiiH.
tiki lad) cxtlaimeu, inreo moiiins'
(Are jou crazy, or am I?"
, uuui, juic gin rup;iuu.
I un, maunin, sain inn mini mum,
A joung lady nt a summer hotel
asked an artist friend, who was spend
ing his vacation thero, If ho would
mind doing a small favor .for her.
"Certainly not," ho said eagerly,
"What is It?"
"Thank vou so much " she oxcialmeil
gratefully "I wish vou would stop nt
Mrs Ornunon's little shop nnd got
threo largo bono buttons, tho kind
with two small holes In them. They're
for my new bathing suit, jou know.
Just tell hor who I am nnd It will ba
all right. Vou needn't pay for them,"
Now tho artist was a bachelor, nnd
had never bought an thing tint collnr
buttons beroro. So on tho wnj to tho
store ho kept repeating tho Instruc
tions that ho hail received Eager to
relieve Ills mind he rushed up to Sirs.
urannon h ami reeled otT this surprl
Ing speech: "I want three bone but'
tons for a small bathing suit with two
la i go holes In It Just tell me who I
am and It will bo all right."
An Irish street car conductor called
out to Hip pisspngers standing In the
MANOA VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation ,. , $4000
MANOA VALLEY Two - story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well improved , .$5500
MANOA VALLEY Buildinp; lots. We have two bar
Rains in building sites ' -.$950 and '$2000
MAKIK3 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 , $60 to $100 per month
I'l idn WPOl lint oat 70 )Oll lOllS. Inlnn; "Will I Mm In frnnl nlnvn !
LtliY'Tlie dof". Iiitclllgont llttla doggie!", niovo up, so that thllu behind can taVo
r,',.vAlnln.uj'tlrB Tlloli I Thn.a maf 1ii..i.a ..I-.... n tl.l... ,.. a...... , i
i u.biaiiiinii .'nn, ..t. v.f .....w. "-'iiu iiiatcn "I tllllll 111 IfUlll, HI1U IttVU
something wrong with those bon lions, room for thlm who aro naythor In front
foCloe. dive them to '.ho children." or behind?"
Fort and Merchant Streets"
1 f Wirt-
A cablegram received this morning in
forming me that all installment acreage of
No. 4 was sold; a small amount of the cash
acreage of No. 4 left at $400 per acre.
I am authorized to place Series No. 5
on this market at $450 for the present, this
Series to be known as
The "Hawaiian Series"
An investment in the Acreage of the Castilloa
Rubber Plantation Co. will return to the investors
fronvthe first harvest on increasing dividends larger
than can be obtained from any other investment of a
On Cash acreage we pay 5 per cent, per annum
semi-annually, hence giving the investor a gilt-edged
To Capitalists or persons in moderate circum
stances who would buy on the installment plan, we
would recommend an IMMEDIATE investigation of
our proposition before the No. 5 Series is gone and
No. 6 placed on the market at a still higher price.11
"TIME AND TIDE WAITS FOR NO MAN." One
good investment is .worth a life time; of labor.
For full particulars call at our bffrce, or write for
literature on our proposition, which will be mailed at
The Castilloa Rubber Plantation Co.,
203 Judd Building, Honolulu, T. H.
Dr. il. B. EWBANK, Special Representative
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