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BYENtWO BULLETIN, HONOMTLTJ, T. H.. FmDAt, Xt 20, 1910.
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Man walks the earth,)
The quintessence of dust:
Books, from the ashes of his mirth,
Madness and sorrow, seem
To draw their elixir of some rarer
Or, like the Stone of Alchemy, trans-
Life's cheating dross to golden truth
I.lvo and let llvo la n principle
that has worked well In tlio devel
opment of Hawaii's business affairs.
All leealcltrant Russians hnve to
their credit Is several dajs of hun
ger ninl :l row that created an ell
rt'piilntlon for their nationality.
Automoljllo speeders get tho host
of It under nn) circumstances. They
nro sure of justice, wlilln their vic
tims linil no show for their lives.
. iitiwiiii iiueiii i uiiiii a unpiucr mini.
,J today than II. r Dillingham, person-
ally conducting a pnrty ot gH.wj.tB
over the latest rnllwa extension.
Congress has nlw.i)S dealt kindly
with Hawaii. Only tho peoplo of
tho Terrltor) may bo held responsi
ble for endangering nti exception to
Itevlval of the war In Nicaragua
calls to mind tho Inability u( any
band nf Central Americans to stay
licked for more than three months
nt tho outjildc.
Tar from licing Injured by It. the
earth put n kluk in the comet b tall.
Is there any other celestial body that
wants to Jake, a hand nt putting us
out of -business?
Hvervono n trees (that what tho
astronomers don't know nbout HaWcn,0S,s"ls maklng-and has
ley'a comet would nil inoro books
than the predictions of the dire
events stiro to follow In Its trail.
Why don't the Prohibitionists go
the limit and call for a l'ederal law
on automobile speeding, or do they
expect Congress to spend Its time on
(tush matters when they get govern
ment by commission?
Ilrltlsli pride boasts not today ot
Its power that Is feared throughout
the world; It Is moved, rather, by
the sincere sympathy from the peo
ple of all nations that a beneficent
ruler has passed away.
Since tho Houso put only n few
rnrilr.nl twists 111 tho nmeuderi Or-
ganlc Act. tho conference with thacuIsl8 '"" rate " Prohibition;
Senate ought not to dovclop any bo- 'owa did not destroy tuberculosis
rloiia iiirfecnccs to delay the bill on!w" Prohibition; Kansas has not
its way to tho President. j wiped out tuberculosis with Prohibi
Tor n mnu credited with being go
positive. In his opinions on public
matters, Dclcgnto Kuhlo's friends np
pear to lie duiug a wonderful amount
of talking for him on the subject of.
Prohibition for the other fellow.
Should Hawaii over bo forced Into
tho Prohibition farce, tho password
of tho Saturday night poker cliibnumber or mao mmlgral.t8 wUh Ul0
would bo three grunts for the Mother
of llllnd Pigs, and every man carry
ing his own battlo as nn ovldenco
of good fulth.
Reformatio!! In thO llUSSlail Sitll-
ntion wll be complete wjicn the
vcrsol dcslro nmoog the Immigrants
jpr vvprK, is suppiememou uy mu
news that Manager raircnild
emplojed n large number In
Holds of Knpaa,
Independent storo keepers should
remember that criorB In business
conditions nro best corrected by a
plain public stntement ot the sltua-j
Hon. Sitting behind the back fenco
and hoWlliig doesn't accomplish nny -
tiling that is worth while.
Tho morning Mother ot llllnd Pigs
has censed Its alleged quotations
from President Lincoln nnd tho new
Socialist Major ot Milwaukee, In tho
cause ot Prohibition. Perhaps it has
at last 'learned that tho quotations
already ( published wero only nils-
BIITXTTIW TJirnTTqwrwri nn rmi
Ten-itorv of Hawaii. "
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ftf SU Montas ., 0 .Ho
Pet Vt.r, nywh In U.S I.oo
Pet Yew tnrwhere n Cinida., I.Bo
PetVett fttwlil,foiitn a.oo
Catered it the Postoflicc at Honolola
.MAY 20. 1910
Seventy-five automobile men of
New York city hnvo received diplo
mas ns "first aid" expertH. It Is not
stated whether this knowlcdgo Is' to
bo nicd for the friends who tnko
chances in tho nutos of the experts
or their victim umong pedestrians.
"Tho man who struck tho blow
that killed Alex, (lamer had been
drinking. Let that soak in." Ad
verser. Ira S. (Ir.idy Is ail trial In Ilelfast,
Maine, for tho murder of Harriet
Trench Thomas. Ho had been drink
ing Prohibition whiskey, presumably
of tho same brand that gave the
Ilangnr. Maine, jail flva hundred
(hronlc Inebriates to care for during
the )car Just passed.
Subjects of CI r eat Itrltaln compose
biicIi a largo factor In tho promo
tion of general welfare In this city
nnd Territory, that It is particularly
ntUng for our citizens to Jpln With
fbem In tho ceremonies expressing
(heir lovo and respect for their late
sovereign. Klng.JMwnrd during his
reign did jo much tp promote tho
peace of the world, and bring all
nations td t better understanding,)
that It Is appropriate for tho peoplo
of all nations to nssembto at his
bier, und join with his subjects in
f turning, the loss sustained by tho
PROHIBITIONISTS AND THE
" DEATH RATE.
Prohibitionists' can not consider
any subject calmly. Henco their
reckless declaration that v tho liquor
trnftlcregulatod under tho present
lajv "of thlsJTerrltory, Is responsible
for the terrible Inroads that tuber-
among the population of theso Is
lands. ,. 55very Intelligent citizen of this
Territory-Is well 'aware that the liq
uor traffic at Hawaii could be abso
lutely wiped out under the present
law, If the facts or public opinion
supported any such conclusion as
lliflt jiresentcil by the spokermen for
the local Prohibitionists.
Intemperance, of any kind fur
nishes fertile ground for the seeds
of tuberculosis and the germs ot all
other human Ills. There is no Jus
tification tor tho assumption that
Prohibition Is tho treatment under
which the human enemy, tubercu
losis, will bo brought to a standstill.
Maine has not reduced the tuber-
tion. 11 ITUUIIIUUll natl 8iuilt'll UIU
progress of tubeiculosls, Vermont
would never have changed Its vote
Ah for the people ot Hawaii, wo
bellevo that honest facts and statis
tics would show that a great many
of tho Ills that have undermined
lmoltti nntl innrnla IrnpA (HrnMtv In
,. .. ..,, .,v . , , ,h
,m.,i, , ,,i,i,i
habits and methods of life ot the
Orient, Many murders, Indeed,
among the Immigrants themselves
may he traced to tho selfsame source.
And vet wo do not find that the
.,,nnrlnra nf lrnl,lllllnn whn hnvo
unl-jronteil by tho good ns well ns the
evJl o ths Imported human energy
and human pasiflon. feel that tho
errors growing out of this phase of
tUO.nnr Tnrrtlnrlnt rifvlnnmnnt entl for
tho prohibition ot Immigration.
No., the errors In that instance
are to be corrected by regulation, ed
luatlon, and self control. Why? He
cause regulation and education are
protection for tho health and morals
of tho community nnd self-control
'3 the first requisite of self-respect
The reckless manner In which our
Prohibition frleuds uso all tho evils
and ills of this world as pillars for
their prohibition cause show that
they lack ,ono supremo virtue, lion
esty. And also suggests that they
uso many causes of sin and misery
with which they may hnvo been ns-
susiaieu as puiuws on wuicu to rest
their haj It rn'jaV jAi-
There ! sat th -li'lir-i pnih.-e
that any prohibitory lav.- will check
the Inroads of tuberculoid In thesd
Islands. Th6 figures are manipulat
ed merely as a halt nr a threat, ac
cording to t)ie t,po of Individual
worked upon,' to form voles and
gain a pointy by lnlsreprepentatlon,
Tuberculosis Will he conquered hv
education, temperance nnd regular
living, not by Prohibition, In tho
same manner, the ovlls of the liquor
trntnc will be overcome. ,
LIFE INSURANCE GROWTH.
Pour years ngo tho country was
aroused by what were turned the
Ufa Insurance scandals, when It wns
shown that tho management nf some
of tho largo companies were running
things with a very free hand and
with llttlo card In some respects for
the interests of policy holders. Tho
Investigations were followed by rcg;
illation nnd by reorganization In
some cases, nnd thero wns n period
at that time1 when tho lfo Insurance
men found It difficult tp tall. Insur
ance successfully, so great n preju
dice had been engendered.
Two views ot tho situation wero
taken by the public, one that tho life
Instil nnco business wns practically
ruined, the other that when all was
said and done, Hip business Itself
would bo tho gainer, In that the In
terests of the public would be more
completely safeguarded In tho future
nnd that tho liisuranco Investments
would thus ho marc popular.
After n lapso ot four jcars It ap
pears as It those who hold tho lattor
view wero correct In their forecast.
ns Is shown by the figures which
demonstrate that during tho calen
dar year 1009, agents representing
180 llfo Insurance companies In this
country wrote Insuranco to tho
amount of J4.C8S, 020,1 SO, which Is
n record ot.somo $200,000,000 In ex
cess of tho )ea provlous.
Nearly SC00.000.000 was liald out
by tho policy holders In premiums.
T,ho total Income of tho companion
was about SldO, 000,000 more than
the latter sum. Tho companies dis
tributed to policy holders over $300,
000,000, besides retiring under ex
isting policy contracts nearly 230,
000,000 for tho future protection ot
policy holders. Life Insurance Isnn
enormous business, and one that wns
greatly benefited by the wholcsomo
hausccleanlng ot n few enrB ago.
Hdltor Evening Ilulletln:
With reference to the persistant
prohibition and nntl- prohibition
talk, may I relate a spectacle which
is most assuredly nntl-prohlbltlon In
every argument, and which, as It
strikes me, Is eloquent against the
I went down to the Honolulu Iron
Works nt tho noon hour, when tho
workmen ot that great institution
were coming from their morning's
toll to partake of tho midday meal,
with a -few beers on the side. I
happened Into a saloon whero a good
ly number ot these honest workmen
tako their luncheon, and, pipping
my awn beer, I was much Interest
ed nnd even entertained In watching
tho wholesome pleasure they seem
ed to tako In a well earned meal.
Grimy, anil wlt'1 lllrt' hands and
faces, though It was "clean dirt," If
you please, they lost no time In sit
ting at tablo and spooning up tho
hot soup that was already laid out
for them beforo they had entcrqd
tho door. There was soup and cub-
FOR RENT: " 1 ;
Manoa Valley 3 $40
Matlock Avenue 2 25
Matlock Avenue 3 30'
Alexander Street 5 GO
Lunalilo Street 3 25
Kuuanu Street ,7 60
Manoa Valley ,.... 3 50'
Young Street 2 30
FOR SALE: "
Improved and unimproved proner-
ty in Manoa, Kaimuki, Palolo and
inside districts, " "
To buy a small house and lot in
You are playinjr with fire when
you are not insured apainst loss
from it. It costs comparatively lit
tle to be protected, If .your home Or ,
your household belongings are not
insured, let us tell you how little it
will cost to protect you against loss
with a policy.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ten, (10) Room
Modern and in Best of
Large Grounds (4C.000 sq.
ft.), Growing Trees, Garden,
Chicken Corrals, etc,
Rnllro grounds all fenced
and well improved.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
bage, roast beof and stewed beef,
heant and potatoes, bananas nnd
cako a plentiful feed for a hard
working, husky Ironworkor. Jlcor was
served; Indeed, It was served several
times. I think each brawny laborer
or mechanic took about thine long,
refreshing, cooling beers, and It was
good beer, though I have no Inten
tion nf advertising tho brand. But
flco It to say that the beer Is In ow
ed In Honolulu and is "good HtunY
Now thero was not one In the
bunch of thirty or forty men sit
ting at this particular place who had
any nppearanco or gave nny Indica
tion ot being what is known ns a
"boozer." Thero was not ono wh,n
appeared tq bo llkefy to tnKe too
much. They wcro, all healthy,
sturdy, good citizens, men of fam
ily, men whoso wives and kiddles
were waiting for their homecoming
in the evening, nnd whoso wives and
children would nut for a moment he
grudgo tho father and husband his
two or three long glasses ot good
boer at his midday meal, or In the
ovenlnp, or whon ho wnnted, for the
icason Hint none Qt them nre tho
kind of men who take too much, nnd
what they did tnko was good for
them, and they can afford it with
out depriving their .families, Just as
thoy can afford Bhoes and overalls
and food and tobacco. It was a
good sight, Mr. Editor, nnd a sight,
to my mind, that wob .indeed nn )
Merchant Streets & ,,
I Keep on, your, desk a pad of blanks
I for messages by
On Sunday mornings the office is
open from eight until ten.
qucnt argument ngalnBt this prohi
I can't ltolp thinking Hint It la a
Blnp In tho faco of the manhood ot
any man to say that hn shall not
drink bcor, or shall not drink cof
fee, or shall not smoko u pl.ic, or
shall not do this nnd- thnt, just for
the reason that there happen to be
a few who drink or eat too much.
Must wo nil go to Jail Just becnuso
n few commit crimes? Prohibition,
to my mind, is like declaring bylaw
that ever) body must go to Jail for
tho reason that It thoy stay out ot
Jail they may do what Is wrong, In-
stend of waiting until tho law Is vlo
latedt ,llut, to come hack to tho happy
sccno of honest and Intelligent la
borers cnJo)lng their midday lunch
eon, reinforced by beneficial beer. I
talked with theso men, ate with
them. 1 naked them about prohi
bition, and tl'-y laughed. "Don't
)ou worry, r I man," said they.
"there won't be nny prohibition. This
town hasn't gone ernzy jet t"
Where ono man Is a diuuknrd, n
thousand know how to drink nnd
suffer no harm. As ono of jour cor
pMlini.tlenti mentioned Some timo
ngo, lice-nty rue fool kills himself,
not kit"- ' ' pvv to handle n gun,
nillKi..it v Idlers and huntsmen
and police c Uy carry firearms with
out hi"'ln; hemsolvos.
It tlte? io think of tho story of
tho .'"3 curnte, who, because ho
had read that one couldn't preach
against drink until ho had taken a
drink to see what It tasted like, took
Just ono drink of whiskey, which
at onco went to his head, he never
bofore having taken n drink, and at
once ho Issued pamphlets which de
nounced nny man who took n drink,
In language stronger than a barrel
ot whlBkey. Ills little hcadacho
mado him make a fool ot himself,
for ho at once Judged all mon by
his own weakness.
Honolulu, May 20, 1910.
THETIS AWAY ON
(Continued from Pase 1)
lands, but the ding Is still coming
Into tho Islands In regular quanti
ties. The theory ot tho sea peoplo is
that the dope Is smuggled in here
from the Coast, nnd not from tho
Orient, ns Is generally believed.
To back up this theory Is tho fact
that opium Is coming in rcgitlmly,
and iiIko the fact that but llttlo U
found on fishing boats which ara out
near tho path of Oriental llnors.
Nearly ovory largo ship of tho reg
ular mall lines which reaches Hono
lulu from Japan and China Is search
ed by tho Thetis crevy, If the cutter
is In port at the time such vessel
arrives. The Tcnyo Mnru, last week,
was the last to bo given a thorough
overhauling by tho sailors ot tho rev
Whon a ship comes back hero from
San Francisco and is on her way to
the Orient, is tho timo the Hunting
revenue men ueucvo mat mo uopo
! Is smuggled nshorc, for It can bo
done at that time with small chance
No baggago or other articles
brought ashore by passengers upon
arrival from the Coast can he search
ed or examined, under the law, and
so In that way It would bo rompara
lively easy for anyone so dlsposod
to bring ashore a considerable qunn'
tlty of opium without arousing bub
It Is the Arm belief of tho revenue
cutter men Hint It Is from this source
that practically all ot the dope
reaches shoro in this Territory, and
thoy say so long ns this continues
and nothing Is done to stop the prac
tise, all the cruises of the cutter In
enaHiili i- 1npn nnnnllllna tinlnb
iPl Illicit SJI UUhU IjllUIHIIIVil UCHI
thrown overboard, nt vesselg ap-
rrcnsh '.hit rKorsi 'rora .h Orient
;,! ti ir. -,ali
h .' im, n u., -; i ,ar. I u
boldly from the ships here than to
take the risk of diirnnlnn bucIi nre-
cloui) stuff overboard with the chanco
or loss by sinking or lip belne dis
covered tloltlng around hy Kompone
not the nartv to uhom It vvio rnn
signed. ' i
RECEPTION AND REST ROOMS.
(Continued from Pace 1)
ASSlPtallt SecrCtnrV PlKlnnf lim en.
cured permission nf Commissioner J.
I Morgan to uso desks, counters and
other articles of office fixtures which
wcro Installed nt iho Hawaii exhibit
at Iho Alaska-Yukon Pacific exposition
held nt Scnttlo.
It is the intention to utilize one
room for otTIco nnd icceptlon purposes
wlillo tho other room will bo fitted
Willi Wrlflfifv tnhlna nnuv aI.i.1.... Mn.l
.....a ........n ......vr., vi.n vil. lia Mill,
In every way will bo specially adapted
as a resting placo for visitors. The
rooms will bo kept open on such da)R
nB largo Bteamers visit tho port.
ANDREW IS CHARGED
Investigation Into Alec.
Garner's Manner Of
At tho Inquest Into tho cnuso of tho
death of Alec Garner, the i)cg,o who
wns killed oy being hit on thdjicad
with n lump of coral, tho coroner's
Jur) returned tlio following verdict:
"Alexander' Oarnci enmu to his
death on tfio 18th dny ot May, 1910,
from a fracture ot tho xkull mid In
jury to the brnln caused by being bit
with n stono thrown by loeia Andiow
whllo In n dispute, with Hald Alexander
(lamer on May 13, 1910, nt the Vine
yard street camp. In Honolulu, Claim."
Tho vjlfo of tho dead mini testified
to tho fact that her husband h id como
homo drunk nnd that ho ohJ cted to n
natlvo and n Poitiigucso )outh mak
ing a nolso nnd f)Rhtlng. Owner went
out and told tho pair to st'ip and of
fered to fight tho two of them. Tho
native, Ioola Andrew, then went- to
Garner and called him u ftlty nnmo
and threatened "to bust tlio brains"
Andrew then went outside and
throw a rock at Garner, which lilt.
him on tho forehend. Thu Injured
man at fiist refused to go to tho hos
pital but tho police patrol wagon vne
tuit for on I ho was couvjed to Hit;
Alfred Klgntroa, tho Portugucso
who had quarrelled with Andrew, tea'
titled thnt ho saw Andrew pick up a
stono and throw it at Garner; (ha mis
sile struck Garner us ho stuggcred
and his head went backward, ngu-
roa had had trouble bcfoio with Gar
ner, and ho stnted that tin) negro hid
como at him with a knlto last week
nnd threatened to do him up
On the night of tho fight and just
beforo Iooli went nftcr Gamer, Qlguo
roa said that tho native teiuaikol: "I
will kill that coon."
Dr, Wood testified to the Ir.jurlcs
that caused death nnd stilted that thu
man's Bkull was fracturol, and that
a plcco of bono had beon forced onto
tho brain. Over tho left b.ovv wns a
ragged cut ono and n quarter Inches
long. Tin Injuries mentioned caused
Garner's death. ,
Andrew has been charged with mur
der nnd is nt present confined In n
rell at tho police station.
"What's hn bo stuck un about all
of a siddon?" "Don't you know?
Ills undo Is a farmer, and ho's his
only" heir." Detroit Tree Press.
WHEN you purchase a fine
Watch, you want one
that will last for
years; one that will
give satisfaction under all
conditions. Howard watohes
have the reputation of bein
accurate timekeepers, and,
with the proper care, will
last a lifetime or longer.
They cost a little more than
other makes of watches, but
they are worth more. We sell
Howards at the factory price,
and have a large stock on
hand at all times.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
ON BUREAU WORK
Forest Planting for Conserving' the
Rainrail ripe Lines Laid
Cattle Being Tested.
Various, sundry and Important nro
the works of the llureait of Agricul
ture and forestry which are being
carried on theso days quietly nnd-
iiwKneniniinusiy, inu oi grcni vniiin-!
to tho future of tho Territory In
ge.ncr.il nnd the agricultural public ,
In particular1. -
"Porest and water reserves nre be
ing cared for hnd extended, nnd
planting schemes to conserve the nat
ural rainfall nnd to prevent wash
ing nwny of the soil nro being put
Into operation nil tho time,'' said
Marston Campbell at his nfllco this
morning. "So Important has thU
conservation work of tho forestry
Inn can become that Superintendent
Hosmcr, in chargo of this work, Is
continually called upon ,to outllno
nclicmts for trco planting, with this
end In lew, by plantation owners
all oyer tho Territory" hn con
Plpo lines nro being lnld, Hnwnl
lans uio being Interested in fares
lr) nnd asked to help tho work nlong
on their homesteads, advanced' work
In nnlmal Industry and many other
Important schemes for tho future ag
rlcultural and economic welfare ot.
tho country are being carried on, nil
nt the samo time.
Superintendent Mnrston Campbell
of the Department of Public Works,
and head of the agricultural and for
estry work In the Territory, with his
assistants, has his time fully occu
pied by tho various .calls that como
to his ofTice for work nlong the lines
At present the Pupukcn water rc
servo Is being planted with many
vnrietles of trees for conservation
of the rainfall, and the fencing at
tho Pupukca forest reserve Is being
carried on ns rapidly ns possible.
An agreement between tho agents
of the Kohala people nnd Mr, Camp
bell has been reached for the pur
chase nt the land of this forest re
sorvo, and theso plans and agreement;1
will be placed be Tore tho Hoard ot'
Agriculturo and forestry at tho reg
ular meeting next Wodnejdey,
forestry Superintendent Hosmcr Is
nbsont on Molokul nt present, la)Ing
out a planting scheme for n forest.'
on Molakal Ranch, nt tho solicitation
ot tho owners of thnt, property, and
when this work Is finished there will)
he other plans to prepare, for other,
ranches and plantations which have
already ask'ed far this work to bo,
Muro nnd more tho agricultural In
terests of tho Islands are realizing,
as has been done In other older parts
of the world, the necessity of for
ests to conserve the natural rainfall,
and prevent, erosion.
When the first settlers went to
Kansas nnd the country was afflict'
ed with bo many successive droughts
ns to discourage all hut tho most
optimistic, treo planting was resort
ed to, and as the tioes grew In dif
ferent parts of the State, the serious
drought becamo a thing of the past.
"During the present week tho first
tubercular test of a hord of cows
by .government veterinarians Is 'be
ing carried on, Dr. Norgaard and hU
assistants doing tho work on tho,
isonuerg nerd ot milch cows. At
tho conclusion at this testing, other
herds In the 'Territory, will bo ex
amined, until every head has been,
tesieu, nccoruing to tne rules or.llie.
United States Department of Agri
culture," said Mr. Campbell In reply
to a question.
During his recent trip to Wnihnnn,
Superintendent Campbell and others
of tho department had long talks.
with the natives on forestry and its
Importance. As n result, within tho
next fow months thoru will ho from
IS.000 to 20.000 trees planted on tbq
homesteads of the peoplo In that
section. Theso trees will all be sup
plied by thu bureau ot forestry.
Reports coming In from Superin
tendent Harvey of tho Kula plpo line,
aro to the effect that three miles
of pipe have already been laid and
tho plpo distributed for tho entire
twonty-Ilvo miles to bo built.
This pipe line Is being built by
tho Territory nt a cost of 1100,000,
and will be turned (Tver to the coun
ty, which will pay for Its upkeep,
Tho water hi ought down in It will
ho distributed along the cntlrq
length tram Ollnda to Kanalo, tor
domestic purposes and the ' keeping;
of stock. I
Superintendent Campbell expects
to leavo Honolulu for Maul the lat
ter part ot next week, qu public land
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