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EVENING HULLnilN, IIONOI.UI.U T. II, SATt'UDAY, MAY II, JOIO.
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A Wa. 1
Amply that in her husband's eye
The truest mirror that an honest
Can see her beauty in.
Another rommunlcatlon has been
received from "M." that will bo pub-
llshed In n Inter issue.
Having 'increased the Ben Ice on
Its present llt.es, the Ilapld Transit
company should not be slow to ex
tend tho lines.
Secretary nalllnger is mighty for
tunate In finding someouo ready to
rariy the burden of all the official
faults charged up lo .hint, I
,I.et over) ono hupe.tTiijtjiojnew; ex
cuse will be found foraflght money
market, after taxes are paid and tho
returns from sugar begin to-come In.-1
' W ,
If there Is ns much, tftlth. In (tp
morning paper's announcemeHT "of
Delegato Kuhlo's position aB.tlrqrotjU.
In the statements It L"n"ncrr clltcd to
IIIIo peoplo faorable.tm'.'tiMitiWC'
of Prohibition, It Is characteristic of
that Journal's reputation. for vouch..
ing for raiaenoous. . ;
T1.A Immigration law should re-'
main on the statute books and the l y a "'ew " us" sidesteps. It
tax should be retained to make It 'M t0- Th"8, Is a Jterenc8 be
operative. The reform most needed wwn.B widll farmer and a Japan
vll be apparent when some of the ce storekeeper, but there is no qucs
bills for tho expense of hoping tho " f the ultimate destruction of
Ruwtaiia nro made public; - Tha-er 'dnendenco within this Terri
tors are those of management rather ,or- wI,e" et -"ei small farm
Ihaf. a fault in the theor, of U.0 "3 ' "lat h, has ,10 oth" place
tMn ? ; yl? JtBUe.lhan the storo controlled by
(he plaiiTatlon.'-' He sizes up the slt-
,. , nation and finds that he must cat,
. "nveroos picking on me seems drnk k d or t h
to be the unpleasant position now b0Uwt of the plantation,
experienced by tho lLter-l,sland Steam Th(J , ,
Navigation Company. So far as AmmIcnnwl)0 contemplates such a
nome of the Wngwin-nt.con; MUialiui blB1l won.tlE , , BUCn
wmd, lb. stluk "WMVii.ltl.., tat wilt take his
r LieLai " ."iUr,f?,r,r''T0"..Tn1 his energy and his laJiV
... ..... ... ..U.,.M.. ...... ....,
cuiivuiiiuiicu wjiuu on lue cuuai, ui
"It has icmuliied for a local
publication to discover that the
' suppljing of goods nt cost to
' employes constitutes a breach of
ttlio Sherman antitrust law."
Like most everything coming from
the Fools' Paradise, this Is false. The aro Binall farm und small stoto bunco
original suggestion of u violation of steerers und they know it.
the intltrust lawB camo from one of That Is why the morning paper
the largest mercantile establish- does not' now und never has rcpre
ments of the Territory. And the sented Amerlcau sentiment in tho
Bulletin very nopor!y, sought Territory of Hawaii cither In rela
the proper Federal offlclnl for any tlon to iho planters or the much
Information he could give. .maligned small farmers.
MORALS AND PROHIBITION
Kvldcuco of tho subsidence of Pro-
UlbltlonV Influence In the States on
account of Its utter Impractlcaballty
nn.i ni,ni..tn ,nron fn, fi. mn
S making itself minif-.t nn ...rv
uanj t ful organizations destroy the Inde-
Almndir rpfernpn i,n. t,n mnB'PonQent traders' hope for existence.
In thelo columns to tho statement
made by Dlshop Thomas Caller of the
Protestant Kplscopal Church of Ten-
nessee, when addressing a meeting
of the Christian Social Union, that
Prohibition forced upon that State
has "led to civic degeneracy." These
are pretty strong words for a church
inau: They are no stronger, how
oyer, than tho words that have been
uttered by other clergymen on tho
same subject, i
tlA Catholic divine in St. Louis re
ccntly commented on the absurdity
of prohibiting all men from taking regard to the staples sold at planta
alcoholic, stimulants because some tlon stores, It Is very safe to assume
rnen get drunk. To approve this
principle, he said, would bo to favor
,tbt) abolition of everything that may
carried to Injurious excess. Dut
thls argument mnkes no impression
on Prohibitionists who are too blind
with prejudice to perceive that It we believe that the planters thorn
Is better fiom the moral standpoint selves would liavo to confessthat
to cultivate temperance than try to
a consequence of their
movements to backfire them are be- slderatlon to which such an import
Intr organized not only In this coun- nnt move Is entitled.
"trVTbut also In England, which Is
ngam-'pisBlng through ono or us po-
rlodlcnl spasms with tho result, as
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
tutrrcd at th Mtorfice at llnttnloiu
MAY 14, 1910
slr Thomas Dewnr has pointed out,
tnnt there Is n deficit of JC-l.ooo.ou.
'" "10 Urltlsh Excise. Sir Thomas
llaH taken to the publc platform to
express his views of the l'ecltsnlrfs
"vvho Imagine they have n mortgage
on all tliat 1 good" and that nil
"who differ from them nro going
headlong to perdition." Ho describes
them as moralists "who hold up one
hand In an Indlgnnjit outburst of
moral rectitude nnd with the oilier
hold a richer abundanco of vices
than the most ordinary Individual."
SMALL FARM JUJNCO STEERERS.
"As n matter of fact there ore
altogether too many of these
little Independent stores around
the plantations and in closing
:them up the avnllablo labor
-supply Is considerably nurrnonl
ed." Advertiser, May h 3.
"As for Its remarks that the
Advertiser Is noj In earnest re--gnnlfng
'The '"establishment of
.small furnis In Hawaii, It might
be pointed out that there Is
fonslderablq difference between
, " mun rarnier anu a lapancse
sjorteepcr. Advertiser, Mayy
ul "". ' expouvm or govern
The iillegcd piomotcrs
of the small farm'operatlng through
the medium of the morning paper
know this. They ure not decelrlng
themselves. They are merely chuck
ling up their sleeves nt what a beau
tiful bluff they aro making of the
small farm propaganda, becaube "as a
matter of fact" they believe there Is
already altogether too much lnde-
tho Territory. They
Agriculturalists, homesteaders, can
build up independent homes nnd se
cure the fruit of their Industry
""B cooperation wri n anu ineas-
"lstance of tne su&ar Potation In.
tere,B' B'eat 'naJ,r, ? .?E Wh'C.
aro kindly disposed, llut they can't
do " when arbitrary acts by power-
. A,nd wo P"Sun?e ,lh? "dependent
trad';f aro l'le bs Judses ' l0
conul'?n under which they wi I bo
uuiu iu tAiai viicii nt tuu.iiciiiiuii
with great corporations.
PLANTATION STORES AND
When a man of Hon. Cocll Brown's'
business standing makes the clear
cut assertion quoted in another col-1
umn, regarding the tecent move In i
that tho cry that Is raised by the In-
dependent stores and tho supply
houses of this city amounts to some-
thing more thah a factlonnl dlffer-
enco of opinion.
If the facts wero plainly stated,!
is, a majority of them that tho step
And now ns taken nt tho suggestion of the Cov
fanntlclsm, ernor did not have the careful con-
As wns 'pointed" out in the no,ftp
columns of mo n u 1 1 o 1 1 n, the
orlglnaPUst sent out by tho Plant-.
ers' Association to the vnrlous storei,
sccuio lliolr limitations on certain
aules, dealt veiy much with gener i
ulllles. Tho result., expected was a
general misunderstanding, owing to
tne size of the m ckageB and the
varying grade of goods handled by
Furthermore, we do not believe
that, the operalorr of the plantation
stores thoroughly Canvassed the sit
uation with regard to the ultimate
crfeU on the in lepeniteiit traders.
And now they uo Just 'waking up
lo what ls""llkoly to he the outcomu,
Apparently men who operate largo
stoics In connection with their plan
tation enterprises forced the mat
ter through by swinging tne ham
mer, "the (oernor wants It,"
When n mistake Is tnado the thing
to do Is to correct It speedily.
Any amount of ill fecllng'and dis
trust of the plantation Interests has
been stirred up by this latest move.
A suggestion thnt seems most
feasible to the I) II 1 1 e 1 1 n for
I culling the same end as that Mm K lit
under the recent plantcis' edict, is to
take up tho consideration of a coop
erative sjstcm under which the plan
tation laborer shares in tho profits
of the plantation slore If he 'remains
with the company for u jear or
This si stem has been tried In
other places nnd has met with sue-;
cess. Ily this means tho plantation
stores do not Interfere with the mar
gins of profltMhnt trade makes nec
essary No two men run their stores
exactly alike. Instead of a power
ful organization stopnlhg In nnd de
claring Hint tlio price of certain
goods shall be so-and-so, each store
keeper runs his establishment to suit
conditions, nndvllicn if thero is a
prpfit at the end of the jear, tho
patrons who have remained with the
company securo their share. "
A dispatch from Denver gives tho
very Interesting information that
"neprescntattvos of the Colorado
State Prison Association, tho Den
ver Associated Charities nnd the
Jewish Relict Society nttandlng tho
semiannual conference of tho Colo
rado State Hoard of Chiirltles and
Corrections stated unequivocally that
u very small per cent, ol crime and
poverty could bo laid to dllnk. Their
J statements camo In reply to n direct.
, mlriaf Inn liv llnv 1,nt1in Wllltnm'a
., u , f . rj ...... . t.iu, ,,,....
O'llynn of St. I.eo's Catho'ic church.
Whllo nil could not give statistics,
ltabbi V. S. Prlcdman of Temple
Kmanuel, who wns prcsld'ng, speak
ing for the Associated Charities,
stated that one and three-tenths per
cent. Is the ratio of alcoholic causes
of poverty (the association deals with,1
V. E. COtlctt, becrctary of the Prison
Association, declared that the per
centage of crime caused by strong
drink was 'very low.' "
VOTER VS. CITIZEN.
(Communicated ) '
Citizenship is nn Inherent right.
Voting Is n statutory privilege.
-Js It jiist that n few possessing n
privilege should dictate, in u matter
of purely personal piefeionce, to tho
many holding nn Inalienable right?
yCan privilege prevail against
Then Mr. AVoolley's appeal Is a
wanton one. It is. unfair and dis
criminating It is lirazen.
Of registered voters Hawaii has
13,000. Piobably less than 10,000
ballots will be cast at tho unneces
sary and useless election that hns
been foiccd upon the Territory by
the. lobby of paid reformers at Wash
ington. This Ilk has Insulted the
peoplo of these Islands,
Hawaii has, more .than 1B0.000
people. Is ltof pqully thft a bare
majority of one-fifteenth of tho on-
Minoa Valley ....3 '$40 '
Matlock Avenue 2 25
Matlock Avenue ...,,. ,3 '30 '
Alexander Street , S GO
Lunalilo Street ,..3 25
Nuuanu Street 7 GO
FURNISHED: . ,-
Manoa Valley '...,3 60V
Young1 Street 2 30
FOR SALE: '
Improved and jinimnroved proner
ty in Manoa, Kaimuki, Palolo and
inside districts. .
WANTED: ' ,
To buy a small house and lot in
Fort and Merchant Streets
MM m j rw, M T - '
irent irusi uo.. j-ixu.
I HOUSES FOR RENT
FURNISHED: "" Bedrooms. Price.
Bcrelania Street i2 30.00
Paciflo Heights . . 4 , 60.00
Young Street, near Alexander 3 43.00
Manoa tfoad 2 50.00
Prospect Street 7 4 75.00
Piikoi and Young Streets .... 3 00.00
Pcninsola . i 4 100.00
Makiki Street '. 3 G0.00
Kinau Street . .... ; 4 '45.00
Bcretania Street . , ,.. 3 , 40.00
Palolo Road 2 35.00
UNFURNISHED: . , i
Vahiawa .'..' 2 $20,00
Aica , 3 60.00
Seventh Avenue . 0 45.00
Thurston Avenue 4 40.00
Kamchameha Road ......' 4 25.00
Ananuni Street , 2 30.00
Kaimuki 3 35.00
Lewers Road 3 30.00
Beretnnia Street C 37.50
Kaimuki .,. 2 20,00
, : ,
Ten (10) Room
Modern and in Best of
Largo Grounds (4C.000 sq.
ft.). Crowing Trees, Harden,
Kntlre grounds all fenced
nnd well Improved.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Jtlro citizenship should bo permitted
to undertake to settle either way
this nrohlbltlon nuestlon or anv
question affecting merely tho person
al -mvbltg or likes or dislikes of tho
whole body of tho citizenship or pop.
Ulntlou1" To (o'terCto this- is to put
the tarnp of negation on all Ideas
or claims or tradition oi majority
Shall the rights of ihe various per
mnnent colonics or groups of foreign
born citizens here be flaunted nnd
Ignored? Shall tho bare majority ol
one-fifteenth say to tho Europeans
gcuornlly, to tho Portuguese, to tho
Chinese, to tho Japanese: "Yoi
must," or "Yotu must not"?
Let tho voter consider thoughtful
ly his dut). Let reason nnd logic
und democracy prevail. Lot this
"pleblwlte" noneonse bo consigned
to the scrap heap of tho many
cranky notions that hava from tlmo
to time Intruded themselves upon n
gcod-nnturcd community Invariably
to its harm. '
Bulletin Business Office Phone 253
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S
MANUTACTURERS SHOE CO., LTD.
Avoid Loss in Business by Using
Office Open Sunday Mornings From
Eight to Ten
Thc Federal Immigration officials
completed thrlr work with tho newly
arrived ltusslau Immigrants at tho sta
tion biuldlng this morning.
Ibis' afternoon the crowd of on
hundred or more which IrrrUcil here
esterday by the Toyo Klaen Knlsha
liner Temo Maru had removed' their
baggago nnd-perstinal efTects to tho
adjoining shed of tho Havvallail Sugar
Director Mead and his staff aro con
sidering their application for employ
ment and It is' the present Intention to
send tho majority of those accepted
by the .planters, to tho sugar estates
on thoJslnnd of Hawaii.
Tho last lot of ltusslan men and
women nro declared as a pretty good
apiicarlng people. While n few of
their number became discontented
over fancied wrongs during tho voy
ago to Hawaii, It Is reported that thur
fnr there hag. been no friction or dis
till banco coming from the rtiisslanc
sluco their arrival at Honolulu.
KANIHO Til SPEAK
AT PARK TUNIGHT
Tho weather permitting, a largo
inaks meeting will be held nt Anla
Paik this ovcnlng under tho direction
of II, sr. Kanlhri, the canon ball ol
Kohnlit. Ho will he assisted by the
Democratic lenders with whom ho lias
been working "rlnce ho announced his
Intention tUMupport McCandless as it
candidate for neldgtto to Congress.
It Is expected that McCandless, Ma
yor Fern. Senator Harvey nnd Sheriff
Jnrrett will be rn tho platform and
nny address n fevv-woid to tho audi
cure. Tlili meeting Is called by Kunlho
for the, purpose of explaining to tho
fi'rnle his attitude, toward Clias. K
t o I
"IIpw lsour new mnld?" "Itnther
chilly. I fear pho does not wholly
approve of my mothods of doing her
work for her." Louisville Courncr
The acme of perfection in a
pocket timepiece is found ,in
a Howard Watch.
WICHMAN & CO. are agents
for Howard Watches in Ho
nolulu, and carry a complete
stock of these celebrated
Howard Watches are sold
by Wiclunan & Co, at factory
prices, which are placed oil
the watches by the manufac
turers. Wiclunan & Co.'s guaran
tee, in addition to the""How
ard cuara'ntce, goes with each '
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
TWO MORE KUSSAINS
OCT THREE MONTHS
Two nusslnns who got In'sldn tho
planter's shed Inst week and refused
to letve when ordered to do so, went
up before Judge Andrado this morn
Ing, and charged with being ph thn
piemlses Illegally at night. They de
fended themselves nnd Interpreter
Thomas Iranslnted their remnr
lloih men admitted being on Hi"
grounds of the planters but the)
claimed they had dond no -wrong.
Judge Andrado found tho pair gull
ly ns charged and Ivan who was not
so troublesome to the guards as his
companion, wns given sixty days nt
Asch's where ho will bo In company
with th. self appointed MosCs of the
Tht) second man whoso name is Va
sclle, was given thrco months Jail and
ho will ulso nave t:ie niensure or
meeting his old nnls Vasllleff and the
other ItusSTans, who were penlence.l
for vagrancy a couple of weeks ago.
Tonight the last performance of
"Leah Klesjhna, the. Thief" will be
given. This play Is proving to be
ono of tho best thnt Mr. Mcllae hns
jet offered, nnd tho theater has been
well llljed with appreciative audi
dices at each performance.
Next Monday Mr. McRac will offer
for tho approva of his many patrons
what he conquers to .be the best ro
mantic play on the nngllsh-speaklng
stage, "When Knighthood Was in
Dower," written by that popular
wrtyer of fiction Ptfl Kester. The
costumes used In this play are made
from the original designs used by
Julia Marlowe in tho New York pro
ductlon, and nelthor pains nor ex
pense hns beon spared to make this
the best play of tho Mcllao season.
Mr. Mcltae, bowing to numerous
requests for some of Shakespeare's
works, has consented to produce In
the near future, "Tho Taming, of tho
Shrew," what is considered to be his
brightest comedy. Miss Oswald hoy
tho distinction of being associated
with that eminent Shakespearean
scholar Chas. I), llandford In this
piny, and played throughout thd
United States with him for nearly
two j cars In the part of "Kother
Ine." The ninny admirers of Miss
Oswaldvwlll be delighted to see her
In this famous, role.
GETTING AT THE TRUTH.
Official Analyses of COSA-COLA Prove
Vou would not injuro tho reputation
of n man or woman by repeating slan
der unleds you were absolutely sure of
1 Have you nny moro right to attack
tho charactor of any artlclo of com
merce unions yon know actually not
by hcrcsay, but by actual proof that
It Is what you say it IsT Do you real
ize , that when you'repeal'untruo things
about such an article, you aro unjustly
robbing the makers of tho article of
just so much of their Just und honest
Yet people occasionally (not fro
qiiuutly, because most peoplo nro prop
erly Informed), through Ignorance say
that COCA-COL.A contains cocaine.
This is absolutely and unequivocally
nntruo as proven by reports of world
famous chemists and .Government ex
perts. Yet some of our unscrupulous
competitors continue to revlvo theso.
iintru: btntements through trio me
dium of sincere but hysterical or lg
uoiaut people whom they lmvo used as
When you hoar any one say COCA-
COLA Is a harmful drug habit-form
Ing. or dangerous beverage for younj
or old. won't ou do us and them thu
courtesy of requesting them lo write
to our Atlanta ofllco and becuio a freo
copy of a booklet entitled "The Truth
About COCA-CQI.A." This booklet
contains letters from the leading an
alytical chemists of America, Including
the Chief of tho Department at Wash'
Ington. These letters show exactly
what COCA-COLA contains and what
It docs not contain nitil tho chemlBis
all ngreo that COCA-COLA contains
Wo glvotielow a copy, of ono of tho
lotters which wo feel surj will prove
Interesting to all the readers, of this
paper wno want to Know tno truin
Daylor University, Collego of
E. O. Eberlo, Ph. O., Dean.
v Dallas, Texas, February 27th, 1909
THE COCA-COLA Company,
In reply to your letter of recent
date In regard to bill pending before
Stato Legislature, will say that It tho
items, caffeine and thelne, wero
stricken from the bill, it would be a
worthy nnd commendablo bill, and
As to any opinion In regard to caf
fclne In fountain beverages, will say
caffeine, thelae, or both as added prod'
uctB to beverages, are less objection'
able than the Infusion ot tea and cor
fee, which constitutes on(r cup of tea
A bovorsgo made by tho uddltlpn ot
euro caffeine or its derivatives, would
really contain all the good qualities of
a cup of ten or coffee and none of tho
moro harmful constituents.
I wouM condemn tea or coffee whero
I could not do so in tho case of n drink
such as COCA-COLA, or similar drinks
(Signed) Chester A. Duncan, P, D,
Prof, Matorln Medlca and Pharmacy,
Pharmaceutical Chwolst Daylor Unl
verslty, TJp't, Pharmacy,
If Ihoro Is any reader of this paper
who has any doubts whatever as to tho
IN MY FAMILY
I Have Used Peruna at Various
Times for Several Ycdrs."
Mr. Edward M. Ilurtt, 6 N. Jcrferaon
Ave., tit. Loilla, Mlxourl, U. fiA
writes! "It affords me much pleasure
to announce that I liavo used your med
icine at vttlous times for several years,
fnd that it has given entire satisfaction,
not only In my own family, but also that
ot others, of my frlcu'dn. And would
cheerfully recommend the tne of Peru
na, ns I certainly do endorse your med
icine." Catarrh of the Stomach.
Mr. Joioph hehuler, H. V. 1). No. 1,
Laity, Iowa, U. S. A., writes : I
think It limy duty to tell you what your
medlclno has done for mo. It has"
cured moot catarrh ot the ttomach of
twonty-flvu ycaVa' standing. Many
thanks for your kind medical advice."
Peruna Is handy to keep in tho hoUs'o
all tho your round. It Is good for tho
oolds of winter, It Is gobd for tho petty
aliments of summer. It isgopd for the
grandfather and the grandchild. It la
a favorite remedy fur tbo bouewlf.
The followine wholesale drucinst
swill supply the retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha.
purity nnd wholC3omenens of COCA
COLA, won't you kindly wrIt5,for tho
freo booklet mentioned nbovo showing
the analyses of analytical chnmlsts in
nil parts of the Unltdd States?
Address, THE COCA-COLA Com
PANY, Atlanta, Oa.
"New leases tnado by the Wnlalua
Agricultural Company In the last fow
days do not add oho aero of hind to
tho nioa already under loaiu by tip
compauy," Bald Mr. E. I). Tonncy,
numngcr of Custlo.& Cooko, this
"Tho lenses regarding which wu
have been negotiating for a itr.g tlmo
merely constituto a readjustment of
lenses already held bo that the leases
on tho arable lands and the loiscs or.
tho lands controlling tha wi.ter wlH
terminate nt the somo date, thlrty-nlno
"Wo hnvo hold lo.iscs on tli'jso lands
all along but tho leases expired nt Ulf
forrnt dates. Wo havo been at woik n
long time to get these leases straight
ened out so thnt tho land and tho wat
er would go together so to sp:ak.
"The amount of cane land that w,'ll
bo added to tho plantation !s some
thing between ono thouuunl nnd fif
teen hundred acres and In the cou-do
of some joars, If our plans work out
as wo hopa this may add flvo ihousnnd
tons to ;ho sugar output of tho plan
tation. "That Is all there Is to It. Ot
courso this step Is expectfd to benefit
Walalua plantation but It Is not a
leate of new lands."
HANDICAPS Fflll IMCt'
AT PEARL HARBOR
Cooper Cup Race, Pearl Harbor,
8unday, May 15th. 1910.
This rnco will start at 9:30 a. m.
Tlmo limit 4 hours, 30 mln. Offletnl
handicaps: Defiance, scratch; Maggtt,
9 minutes; Dagmar, 18 minutes; Mu
le. 19 minutes; Strang, 21 minutes.
Tho start will bo tho ordinary two
gun Btart. A prejlnilna'ry gun- will
be fired at 9.25 arid the starting gug
at 9:30 o'clock. Any yacht whose
mast Is over the lino before tho sec
ond gun flres must return and start
Course: Starting from a line from
tho clubhouso wharf to a stake boat,
thence directly out tho channel In tho
outer red buoy, marking tho entrance,
to the harbor, this mark to bo round
ed to port. Back along tho chiumol'
to tho strlpnod enn buoy off tho Pen
insula, leaving this' mark to star
board. Thence along tho Channel
north and east of Ford Island, leav
ing tho black stnko to port, to a mark
anchored off the Wnlau Illco Mill, this
marlc to be loft to starboard. Thencp
following tho channel round Ford Isl
and back to tho starting point which
must be crossed in the opposite di
rection to that of the start. Ynchts
must keep In the channel In all casus
and not go outside of nny marks,
buoys or stakes.
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