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BVENJNQ B0LLET1N, IIONOLTJLtJ, T. II., TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1910.
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AII7 and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At I'M King street, Honolulu, Territory 01 Hawaii.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
1 hiditoriai Kooms, - 100
rp 1 I Editorial Rooms,
1 Cl'lBuslness Office,
age of About GO cents a dozan. Tho
total number of mtllets wfa 19i3,
m,they produced 2?9,t92 eggs or
23,416 dozens. The money derived
from the eggs, extra nullets. brollerg
and manuro amounted to 1K, 714. 84,
Tho total expenso was 13194,03,
making a net protlt of 112.G20.S1,
or 6,41 for each hen of laying
"If those figures do not Induce
several hundred elty dwellers to go
Into tho hen business, It will be bo.
cnuse they do not come to their at
tention, v Tho funny part of tho
whole thing Is that tho farmers
haven't discovered that thcro Is such
a profit In the business before. There
Is always a market and there nrc
always folks with hens, pullets and
equipment to sell. If system will
make heps pay six dollars n head, It
Is an excellent business for farmers
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Inlrrtd M th PimoflK l llooololo
u sccood-clMi mtiter.-
.MAY 31, 1910
Tor blessings ever wait on virtuous proved the benefits of retail saloon
deeds. prohibition. It Is "up to the Intclll-
And though a late, a sure reward Bnt voters to see that Prohibition
to tho Hawaii! She's a
Woolley writes for Leslie's Week-
'ly of "Known self-servers that havo
(attached themselves llko barnacles to
rttho bottom of tho (Prohibition) move-
rinent." Now what brand of Iwnaclo
gdocs Mr. Agent Woollcy typify In Ha-
Thesfc peoplo who want to save
'.tho Hawallans by means of Prohibi
tion most certainly havo no greateV
regard 'for their fellow men than ox
. ,c;overnor cleghorn, and he can hot
discover that tho Hawallans or any?
oho elBO will bo benefited' by tho pro
Congress has come to know Ha-
' -wall very Intimately In the last few
years, consequently the discussion In
tho House wjfen the Organic Act
(of tho sale of all liquors) Is adopt
cd as a Territorial policy as soon as
possible." They want to uso tho
experience of Kauai In meeting Us
conditions to Its own satisfaction,
under tho present law, ns an argu
ment to lead the unsuspecting voter
on to a voto for the Prohibition of
tho sale and manufacture of Intox
icating llnuor In all the Islands
of tho group.
Instead of standing by a law that
Is responsive to public opinion and
meets the varying conditions In each
particular section of tho group, they
Are attempting to force upon' the peo.
pie a prohibitory measure! that
neither meets tho needs of the peo
lilq.-noT lias tho virtue of averago
"honesty in Its conception and dovel
opment. . '
HAWAII COLLEGE AND POULTRY.
EVENING BULLETIN IS.
PAPER OF THE PEOPLE
HOME FOR SALE
This property consists of a mod
ern Broom bungalow, on car line.
Modern plumbing; finishing is in
natural wood. Lot contains about
10,000 square feet; alligator pear
trees, mango trees and orange trees
were planted some years ago and arc
now bearing. Artesian water is, se
cured in abundance and at a nom
inal rate from p'nv ate" artesian well
in adjoining ,lot. , This bargain is
only for a short time.
Went Trust Co., Ltd.
amendments jwero up for action .are
of special Interest to the people "o'f
the Territory. It ,vns. ,qultq A
lengthy debate, but it developed" the.
fact th'at the Territory has m'njltt
lorn oi ineuua uy iikiuiis wu uc..i-, mi.i., ... ,., for !l0,t0r
nero afttm:ri,0.e. Anvbodv who
Editor, Weekly n u 1 1 e 1 1 n:
I notice In yourSssue of the Wee lt-1-y
-Vu.l fe t 1 n,- May 1C 140Q0 ap
propriated for "Dairy and Poultry
Experiments,.'' 1 think that so far
ar poultry' Is concerned "tfiat the
bcrs bt Congress to coroe
bco for themselves. The debate will
be published In full nnd makes
mighty good reading for tho many
cttlrons who want to know "what
they say uf Us whoh they nro at
home." . .
KAUAI AND ITS LIQUOR TRAFFIC
"Has, or has not the Island "pi
Kauai been better 'ott since she abol
ished tho retail liquor traffic?"
This Is a .question which tho
morning papor..snys the DullotTh"
has not answered. - ;;.
, In th esteem of some cltlzcpsoI,
Kuuai, mat county has ueen oeiter
off; In tho esteem of others, it has.
not been better off.
, Tho situation on tho Island of
-Kauai may bo accepted by nil as a,
demonstration of tho general satis-
faction of the cltizons of that county
with tho presont law for the control
of tho liquor traffic, and it also
.shows that the people of the County
of Kauai, as well as the people of
other counties of tho Territory, havo
no moro uso for prohibition of liq
uor than a cat with two tails.
Thar Is why tho citizens of the
Territory in the coming plebiscite
will "vote "No" to tho proposal 'of
the Woolley-Thurston combination
to force n prohibitory farce upon the
Itlght In' this tonncctlon, tho side
stepping of tho morning paper on
, tho Kauai situation, Its evasion of
' tho "Importation" plank In the
" '"Prohib'I'tlon'' platform, Ub bold
faced riypocrlsy In making one sort
, of a campaign with tho Hawallans
und another .with the naolcs, the tie
, vIoub way that Woollcy has pursued,
all comblno to prove that the Pro
hibition, leaders themselves are ab
solutely out of Joint with any great
or degrco of prohibition than Is se
cured or may he secured tinder the
presont liquor license law of Hawaii.
. , , They aro playing on tho word
"Prohibition, For tho Kauai man
who Is satisfied with tho present law
they declare, "Why, that's Just the
. sort of Prohibition wo want, so 'Vote
,for Prohibition." To the man whb.
wants absolute Prohibition, they
point to the "Importation" plank lo'f
, the- Prohibition platform. For the
benefit of tho man who says he
wants his own liquor butwould like
very nluch to "save" everyone else,
. .they promise that the "Importation"
feature of Prohibition' will never!
carry Jn Congress. And with still
" others they plead that a vote agalnBt
Prohibition In tho coming plebiscite
tnnnnn n vote for n wide-onen town
ratlior than a voto for the support of
tho present law.
Tho Prohibition combination ,1s
using fvery moans and Invention, It
,i can bring' Into play to Jam some
thing, down tho throats of the pnoplfl
that the people do not want; did not
ask foi) and hav.o no use- fpr.
The Prohibitionists' Idea Of ' th
Kauai plan is that it Kauai has
purpose. Anybody who wants to
i...io" poultry can purchase books
telling how It Is done, and any lit-
tlo dlfTerpnces in conditions between
hero and tho Coast can be adjusted
after n little experience by the poul
try raiser. Suppose plenty of poul
try waa raited, the local market
would soon bo glutted and prices
would-Jall ;to next to nothing. The
money could fie, used, in, my .opinion,
toThotter.'auvantago In fighting the
different nesta 'that aro so rife on
ilia Islandsat 'the .'present time. 1
am, your8 truly,
P. S. A few of the pests that
mTghUve'ntentloned aro tho blight
OP the- mangoes, alligator pears,
ofange watermelon fly.
Haiku, Maul, May 20, 1910.
,The, ULulLetln can not agree
with Mr. McConchie that his fear
of over-production of poultry In
these Islands is well founded. What
tho College of Hawaii poultry de
partment should, and no doubt will,
do la to secure a record of the ex
perience of the noullry raisers In
different sections of the Islands and
give, the ppultry men as a whole the
benefit of. these and the college in
vestigations. 'Meanwhile, the Investigations In
connection with other pests are go
ing on, and wo h'opq will continue.
The H,u 1 1 e 1 1 n believes tho col
lege .work will In n very abort time
pe, extended to tho lines suggested
by our' correspondent. All the col
lege needs Is tho moral backing and
comparatively little, money.
In connection with the posalblll.
t(es of poyitjy raising, we quote tho
following from a mainland, newspa
per as, showing that the .farmer, and
the scientist are each year becom
ing better friends:
"Science has done much for the
farmer, No, farmer who knows what
he Is talking about, disputes that,
Science ,hap nlso worked out some
Htrange conclusions, which most
farmers have declined to accept,, in
their .ontlret and In many cases
(he. farmer haq been right. In other
words, the up-to-dafe farmer nccojts
science as a valued ally, but in
clines to permit that ally .to dictate
his whole business. Perhaps me
farmer is wrong In taking that
stand time will tell.
"The latest sclontiflc farming phe.
nnmnnnn la trnttlnr IS. 41 nroflt from
a hen during, her ptoducUvo period
and as, poultry when the productive
period Is" ,at an- entl. ' TWs moaei
'poultry fsrntals under Uie-Idlrecilon
p( menniwho have flguted-ioutMbat
tho 'normal hqn will, prddure ascer
tain, number of eggs and that when
she has produced these, It Is title to J
send her to Uii.bloclc anaiietwt pul
let tkko her place. Ity this eanie
application ot ;sclBnlflc, knowledge
thiS hen. 14 mi de ( 9. give up from 160
to "i5n pggg each lyear.
1 ?"At thin plant lliir blddlns wern
induced . Id ay' on' dn averana of
143.25 eggs per ten In ten months.
They, sqld at prices ranging JtOm 40
to CS cents per dozen, ;r at an 'aver-
Editor Evening Bulletin: I
havo been a constant reader of the
Evening Bulletin for many
years 'and have always taken pleasuro
In noting tho fact that your paper,
takes up tho side ot problems which
the peoplo stand fori that tho Tl u l-i
let in Is generally on tho right side
ot public sentiment; and this has oc
curred to mo moro forcibly and more)
particularly In this present crisis of,
tho' liquor question than ever before;
My business takes me considerably'
among my fellowmcn and 1 have boon
unable, slnco this prohibition aglta
tlon started, to find anything that)
could bo called public sentiment in
favor of prohibition.
It has honestly appeared to me that
tho majority aro entirely against tho,
prohibition idea and that oven many
of thoso who aro preaching prohlbt'
tlon aro not prohibitionists at heart,
simply taking tho outward and visible
Btand for the sako of .their business
or other association, I nolo that tho
I) 11 1 1 c 1 1 n Is referred to by another
newspaper In this city as the "liquor
organ," and I '.for one want to havo
my lltilo say to tlr? effect that, as far
at I havo been able to r.Ml.er nmong
the many peoplo with whom I coino
In contact, tho Bulletin, In this
campaign at least, is tho organ of tho
Tho only activities In which tho pro
hibitionists aro engaged aro summed
up In an occasional meeting where
many, nptl-prohlbltlonlsts nrc Included
In tho audlenco or congregation; tho
circulation of literature, all of which
cornea frpm a very few golf-constituted"
'agitators; and a lot of published
Ijalii assertions .which ore not substan
tiated In fact. Whereas, on the con
trary, tho expressed opinions of hun
dreds dally, in tho streets, In thq
homes, In tho busywork-n-ilajriofflcca,
are against prohibition; not because
the majority nro against tempcrnnco
or decency, ntt by a long way, but be
causo tho majority favor tho honest
growth of character. Individuality, In
dependence; ,thq wclfaro of tho com
munity as a-tourlst resort,, as, a Pacific
business center, as tho most. Import
ant port In this ocoan, as a ractrppolls,
as ,a military post,, as a world-center,
and as an American town whoso In
habitants, can bo trusted to be decent
without tho infliction of tho Idlocyn
cracles of ai self-chosen few who und
ertake to dictate the policies ot tho
Goodness knows, thcro Is enough
hypocrisy In any community without
trying to forco. tho supply- by any such
unnatural law as that proposed by tho
prohibitionists. Incidentally,. I think
the prohibitionists have put tho last
nail In tholr political. coflln when they
put Jntq their platform tho decia"rat,lqn
Ten (10) Room
Modern and in Best ot
Large Grounds (45,000. sq.
ft.), d rowing Trees, Garden,
.Chicken Corrals, etc.
, Entire, grounds all fenced
and well Improved,
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
' BETHEL STREET
I , .The up-to-date method of, commu
Inicating with business associates
Office open Sunday from 8 to 10
a. m,. -. - - .
that they want tho Importation of
liquor prohibited by Congress.
Honolulu.' May 31, "10.
COCA-COLA and Headache.
COCA-COL.A has hover rclloyed a
headacho that coulil not havo been re
lieved uy. a good cup of tea or codee
It la tho caffeine contained In these
thrco drlnka that Is refreshing to tho
nerves nnd relieves tho hoadacheind
yet you havo heard people argue that
COCA-COUA must contain morphine,
whiskey or some, other Injurious drug
because, it relieves headache. Well,
there aro moro, ways , of relieving tired,
weary nerves than by benumbing thorn
with cocaine, morphine, whiskey, bro
mide or coal tar remedies.
Tea, coffee and COCA-COLA relieve
headacho by-refreshing the nerves, nnd
not by deadening them. In relieving
headacho, COCA-COLA is superior to
tea or coffee, not becnuso It contains
moro cnffclno, for It contains only
about one-halt as much, but because
COCA-COI.A Is free from 'tannic 'acid.
Thero Is no necessity to argue, guess
or conjecture what COCA-COIA con
tains, or does not contain. It has been
analyzed by Chemists at tho National,
City, and, State Governments ns well as
byjtbe Professors of Chemistry In tho
leading Universities, Colleges and
Polytcchnlo Schools. They nl find
that It does not contain cocaine, whls
koy, morphine, opium, bromide or' any
narcotic drug. They find that , It docs
contain about half as much caffeine as
ten and coffee. Copies of tho uovo
nnalyscs will b" Bent free to any read
cr of this naper who has any doubt
whntovcr that COCA-COI.A, Is not
what It is claimed to bo a pure, harm
less, delicious, refreshing, tenfberanco
drink. Address. THE COCA-COLA
A Skin of'Beautyis aJay Forevei
DR. T. fELIX OOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFILR
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hub, od kta Dli.-MA
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flu dttctW). It
hU 11004 lb iMl
of 4X Tfftri, fan
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brll4)nifr d Finer
LOSES ONLY' CHILD
.(.( ...! .' ula kll t
Uowb Otalu la'tha Unlltd SUM, Col ul Eucix
tUD.T.HU'UU Pits-. 37 Sieat Jum Vwt talV
Manoa Valley 3 $40
Matlock Avenue .2 25.
Matlock Avenn 1.3 .30
Alexander Street .5 60
Lunalilo'. Street '.3 25
Nnuanu Street ..7 60
Manoa Valley. 3 60
Young Street . .2 30
Improved and unimproved proner-
,ty. in- Manoa, Kaimuki, 'Palolo and
To, buy a small house and lot in
It wt.l be heard with regret that
the Infant child of Sheriff Jorrett
and his wife died th)s morning at
the early age of eight months. Tho
baby girl wns named Mary, and all
those who have seen the little thing
were In love with her. Tho baby
had only been allng for a short
time, .but a severe cold deyeloped
Into bronchitis und tho child passed
awny this morning. -
The funeral will take place to
morrow, and the wreaths promts to
be many, as Sheriff Jarrett Is so
popular everywhere. Tho whole po
llco .force ha combined' to furnish
(lowers to deck the baby's bier, and
tho officers feel the greatest sympa.
thy for the sheriff and his wlfo In
M'RAE PLAYERS . .
Tho Mcnao Stock. Company to 'the
number of a senro or moro talented
players wio havo been delighting Ho
nolulu thoatorgocra for two months
past, set sail for.HIlo at noon today,
Thoy bundled oas, baggage and pro
perties on, board the steamer Mauna
Kea. They will glvo a series' of eight
performances at tho Hawaii metropo
Tho thesplans will not1 loose sight
of the opportunity of visiting tho vol
Cano while away. The' momberu of
the company set considerable store
upon witnessing trio thrilling specta
cle offered by Hawaii's natural wonder.
Shriners At New Orleans
Charles F, Murray, ono of a quartet'
of merry but persistent boosters or1
Hawaii nel at tho annual conclave of
Bhrlncrs held recently at New Orle
ans, has returned to Honolulu. Ho"
arrived yesterday by tho I'acldo Mall
steamer Mongolia' after several weeks
spent on tho mainland. J
Hundreds of Bhrlnors, who had
gathered from nil quarters of the Unit
ed States, win noi soon lorgci uiai
tho Hawaiian Islands aro a very con
splcuous. flguro upon tho map ot
Unclo Sam's domain It the promotion
work dono by Messrs. Charles Murray,
"Sunny Jim" McCandlcss. N. n.
Young and Fred Lewis, count for any
"They certainly sat up and took no
tlco of tho little far-away territory of
Hawaii for at least thrco days of tho
New Orleans , conclave," stated
"Charlie" this morning between greet
ings from his ninny friends who hnd
dropped around to tho customs houso
to wclcomo htm back.
"We almost had to keep an armed
guard around tho thousand or more
Hnwallan-made fez that wo carried
with us for distribution. They, went
strong ns souvenirs and our. head
quarters at tho Saint Charles Hotel.
the finest hostelry In tno crctooni
City, wns thronged with 8hrlncrs,
their ladles and other visitors.
The Hawaiian Shriners were given
prominence at the hotel by maintain
ing their lieadquartcrs In the offlco of
the manager of the hotel. "Wo were
right on the ground tloor," comment
ed Murray, "and nothing could pass
"The way that tho visitors lined up
for their dally ration of Hawaiian
pineapple, Kona coffee, and gift pack
ages of advertising hiattcr. resembled
a thirsty crowd when somo one sug
Tho Hawaiian bureau was kept open
day and 'night for seventy-two hours.
Tho supply of pineapples was exhaust
ed moro than onco and fresh consign
ments had to bo drawn from tho ship
ment forwarded to .the Honolulu dele
Tho fez made of Hawaiian grassos
wns n conspicuous feature in tho par
ade. For days nftcrward, these pic
turesque "top pieces" loomed up
strong on tho horizon of tho low and
flat city streets.
Had any mlsfonceptlon existed In
tho mind of a visitor to tho Hawaiian
headquarters, it was quickly dispelled
after a ten-mlnuto seance witiun tno
sacred confines .of tho exhibit over
which presided Messrs. Murray, Mc-Candlees.-
Young and I.ewls.
Murray Is feeling lino and flt after
his trip to tho mainland. Ho resumed
his duties ns weigher at tho customs
honso this morning.
. " T
If You ArcvSicKIy
Just let', Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters build up and renew
,thc entire, system, . make the
'stomach strong and healthy
and keep, the bowels free from
constipation., It has done so
in hundreds of .cases in the
past 67 years and most cer
tainly will, not fail you. ' Try
itto-day for .Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, ",fJostlveicss, Bilious
ness, Headache nnd Malaria,
Fever and"Arue. Ask for
S ..-U I ).!' lift ff . t
11.4 ,1 rf l.i
For sale by Benson, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.:
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all 'Wholesale. Liquor
mosphcro nnd landed on his bond
somo distance. fron tho wagon. Oga
wo, who was also riding on tho wagon,
was thrown down between tho shaftu
but did not sustain serious Injuries. -Qulnn
stopped his machine a little
further on but did not wait long; ho
proceeded on his way nnd, shortly af
forwards, Special Officer. David Ka
mauoha .arrived on the sccno ot tho
accident. The officer found tho Chin
eso lying on tho sidewalk,, and at onco
mado arrangements to have him con
veyed to the Queen's Hospital, which
. Sheriff Jarrett wan' communicated
with, and It'ls probablo that a warrant
will bo Issued for the arrest ot Qulnn
somo time this afterndon. Up till ;l
o'clock no warrant had been issued,
but b'b tho Sheriff Is away froni tho
police station on account of the death
J of his baby, the matter may bo do-
layed for a short time.
Qulnn declares that tho Chinese had
no light1 to his wagon, but tho other
witnesses say that thero was a lamp
and that It was broken. by contact
with tho nuto. A Chlncso who was h
passenger on a Itapld Transit car saw
the wholo affair nnd ho will bo n ma
terial witness In tho casq .when It
Lum Sing complains of pnlns In tho
back nnd ho sustained a bad knock In
the head; her however, was resting
easily at noon t?day nnd unless com
plications BCt In he will do nil right."
185 editorial rooms 25G bu'
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number. of.tho ,8.u.U,t l,n. office.;' .
WAGON ID ' AUTO
Tom Qiiinn "Runs Into
Last night on King street near the
Oahu flowpr garden, Tom Qulnn, driv
er of automobile. No. 223, ran Into a
vegetable wagon driven by n Chlncso
named Lum Sing, and Instantly tho
Chinese was. propelled .through, tho, at-
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A large audience was entortolnod
nt tho Itonlne Theater last evening
by a very clever mlnBtrel show, glyen
by tho crew of the. San Gabriel, tho
Portuguese cruiser in port. 1 ne en
tire program, music and all, was In
Portuguese, something that .has
never been attempted before here.
Consul Canavarro and Coniraundor
Plnto-Uasto were In the audience.-
The proceeds went to the "A Patrla;'
school,' All of tho prominent mem-
bent of tho Portuguese colony wore
prnr,ott. ' ,
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