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SVElJlllo BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. ., FRIDAY, JULY 29,' 1910.
JLY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN 3?DfctISHni0 CO., lit).
I'M KlBK street, Honolulu, isrritory of Hawaii.
7 every day except Sunday. Weekly iisued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESI.
rctlffiou hi. Parrlngton,
Mill nmwutteln U.S. . . .7ft
JlJfnct, njwhfn In U.b .... J.uo
tTeitr.Vnv where Hi U.S.
t Vri, pfwU'i"! lorflir.
fdmCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory
'. a 1 tiditoriui Kooms, - ioa
tlUiialniMia Office. . 5fl2
WMV - - -e-fc.-
Our character is but the stamp on
r souls of the free choice of Rood
d evil we have made through life.
t , s
r. Crlppen couldn't lose himself,
L Dr. Cocik seems In have dono It
it I ii.
It, I apparent lhat tlio nuthnrltlcq
ve .reason tit do nmro 1111 tlii'lr
nrd ngnlnst Illegal voting llinn
Agitator Vasllleir will nnil that
nioliilu Ih a ery warm spot for
Uatprs who haven't enough seiisu
Ibehave tliomsrlvi's. .
With tour vacancies to nil for thin
ami, there should be. enough open
KS to give every aspirant to tlio
per houso a good run for his
r - -r rrt
Secretary Wood must havo been
tlng tlio high Bpol when he wrotu
ojrecomiiiendatlou for establishing
rjllno ruutCA for iho tourists In
Now that tho Government la
rough with tho Sugar Trust, the
5or leaders teem to think they
jve a right to whacl; It and no ono
No steamer In the scrvlco has
ch a penchant for going overland
.tho Mongolia, nor Indulges; lit
fs pleasure with less Injury to It'
fit' and passengers.
iKxcuso us while wo smile nt tho
Tan'tle City romplaltit that things
dm Hawaii are not up to tho high
ran: r ... ..,,, i.i .i
muaru 01 mat iiigiuy ciauini i
K , - j
Democrats nro making n great
stie for the good will of tho voter,
publicans will do well to not wait
1 tho last minute beforo they begin
Nnl (tin candidate von nnd tho
s'ses want, but the candidate wlio
1 the confidence of tho people will
liip figures that amount to some
jcg on election day.
It, Is tlmo to look forward to Ha
iti's next sugar Income, (live thanks
at! the prospect Is for good crops
ftfcood prices. And Invest your
iinoy In tho securities of Hawaii
Pennsylvania needs regeneration
more ways than one, but the thlrd
rty movement has nevor accom
nihcd anything toward worrying
ojparty bosses who aro primarily
Kby and for the railroads.
llonolulu can't help believing that
o7lIawnlan music on the Atlantic
fly .Hoard Walk disturbs tho hotel
pmi .. ... ,, . ....
,ore man u (iocs uiu kucbih. in"
a) must bo drawing trade away
omtho other fellow.
Of course, thoro Is r.o telling what
Ilaptlst minister, fishing jicar
Jpo Cod, (might a strange ilsh, nnd
fked of tho sklppor: "What manner
Iflflh Is this, my good man? it has 11
is I Only been round here this
Whnt do you call It?"
We call them lluptlsts."
toCuiine they spile so quick nrtcr
iem couiu oui 01 iuo wiuer.
Kfyvoniau with a basket full of laun-
jryTmado a little, delay on trying to
StTon the street car tho other day.
jWconductor was up In tho fora part
the cur collecting fares, stopped
fjrjnn Instant and cried out to thoso
landing in tho estlbule, "All right
hck,Uhoro?" us he wus about to ring
jfcNoV for pity sokes Walt till .this
6man puts her clothes on," cried a
tuuy passenger. - .
KQebrge Ade, tho humorist and play-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
lei SU Moatat, .1 .... ,. .flu
Pet Yer, njrl'eitinU.Sv. 1. 00
Pet Yer hywliefe nCinet.. I.Hn
Per Veki pottpntd, lotciKD 3rn
V - -
fcatrrerf l lh Puatoibct l Honoitfn
u iecondliut nutter.
...JULY 29, 1910
the Treasury Department may do,
but Its previous record for speed hns
not beeti such ns to mako any Ho
nolulli people think they need gel off
tho track to cseapo being run over
by tho expansion of the Mahukastto.
Honolulu would be pleased Indeed to
experience a surprise In this In
stance. . Colonel Jlryan most always con.
tlnues contesting, but never gets any
where until another takes hold of his
idea nnd revamps It so ob to give
It some practical vahie.
When Madam 1'ele Bmokes up It Is
n sure sign that everything Is all
right and everyone will live happy
ever after. With this assurance, tlie
Promotion Committee can continue
to class the volcano ns n community
Tantalus resldouts complain that
work on the roads of that beauti
ful summering spot Is dono at the
time of year when no ono Is there
to share- the Improvement. They
want good roads In tho good old sum
mer time, nnd It seems like they
ought to havo them.
Worklngmcn think first of their,
food, whllet teacners devote mucn
money to their clothes, according to
he ro.'ord secured from an, jnyestlga
ugn of tho cost of living among fam
ilies ot "moderate Incomo 'in Oer
laany. T,Ae, .tiiiUoil.nj Issued ( by 'the
l.lureau ot Ialiof says .tho. ' highest
proportion of expenditure for food
was shown for families of workmen
not classified, namely fi5.9 per cent,
of nil expenditures, while tho lowest
was for those of teachers, 34.7, per
cent. On the other band, teachers'
families (looted 2 per cent, of their
expenditures to rent, as opposed to
17 per Cent, paid by families of
workmen of all classes. Teachers
also showed tho highest proportion
of family expenditures for clothing,
14,8 per cent., ns against 10.7 per
cent, for workmen nonclassified and
10,'c per 'cent, for unskilled. work
men. Officials of secondary rank de
voted 2G per cent, nnd teachers sn.S
per cent of their family expendi
tures to social, educational and other
miscellaneous purposes, while for
.workmen rnot classified only 11,4
per cent, was so expended.
FRIAR LAND INVESTIGATION.
According to the New York world
we nro to know the truth about the
Friar lands of tho Philippines, when
the Investigating committee appointed
at the instance ot Senator Ooro guts
through with Its work.
Apparently from tho way the World
puts it tho handling ot these hinds Is
to bo made u feature by the Democrat
ic stdo of tho House, and there are 11
great many people who would liko tq
know Just what tho situation Is re
garding the largo areas tlio disposal
ot which will havo nn Important bear-
.wngni, recently torn a story of a
armer who went to a largo citato seo
tho sights. The ruror visitor engaged
n room at a hotel and beforo retiring
asked the clerk about tlie hours for
"We havo breakfast from 8 to 11, din
ncr from 11 to 3 and' supper from 3 to
8," explained the clerk. ,
"Wo-al, say," inquired tho fnrmer In
surprise, "what time air goln' tor
git tcr boo the town?"
A former DIshop of the Episcopal
church of Indiana onco preached to a
black congrcgafon. 'At' tlio' conclusion
of tho discourse, soveral of tho
negroes crowded about tho preacher
and praised bis sermon .Baying It
was the best they had ever heard, One
enthusiast exclulmed: "Illshop, you
tol' us things we novah knew befo''
'Indeed," said the bishop, gratified
at the praise. "What was It. I told you
tbayou never knew before?"
. '"''Bout "Sodom 'an' Gomorrah, Why,
bishop,' I always thought they wns a
Iman an' his wife." .
Paclf.o Height ...4 $40
Proipect St. ..4 7fi
Piikoi & Young. . .3 fiO
Peninsula 4 100
Pensncola St 3 75
Waialae Rd 4 05
College Hills .....3 40
Kaimuki, 13th ...3 CO
Younc St 4 CO
Piikoi and Hnssin-
Ber 2 45
Kinau St 3 25
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Seven acres. House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, 'garage, servants'quar
All modern conveniences.
.Frontage on 'upper Manoa
Terms Can Bo Arranged
Bishop Trust Co:; Ltd.
IrigWlho1 progress of otin hlands of
the Orient. '
Tho World In Its Btntelnent of tho
case, says: "What Information on the
subject has so far been ma'do public
has been extracted bit by bit' from tho
Administration with tho greatest dif
ficulty. Hut for tho persistence ot
Keprescntnttvo Martin of Colorado In
calling for tho truth tho whole bust;
ness would havo remained clothed In
"Uy tho net of Congress npproved
July 1, 1902, which Is tho organic law
of tho 1'hllipplnes, It wns provided
that not moro than fifty acres of, 'pub
lie land should be sold to'hn individ
ual and not moro than 2500 ncrcs to
a corporation or nssocla'tfb'n. ' This
was dono nt Iho InBtanco'lof'Senillior
Unni nnd ti'ltl, D.a ai.i.JI 'jtn.'tVA,...!
-wh. mmm n,,.t k,,u v.irilfli). UL.l'iU.HI
oi .un iau, iiicii uovernpr-vicflerai 01
uiu i-niuppines, 10 provoni mo .ex
ploitation ot tho islands nnd;llo pro
tect tho Interests of tho Filipinos,..
"The frjar lands, which nro mostly
In large tracts were not secured
until Inter, nt n cost ot about: $7,000,
000. Nothing wns publicly known' tu
this country about tho salo of nnjr of
these lands until last December, whim
a cablegram to tho press announces
tho sale ot tho EC,000-acro San Joso
friar cstato In Mlndoro to one Poole,
said to represent tho Hnvemeyer sug
I Treht Trust Co., Ltd.
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The only available Beach Prop- ,
erty on the car line.
' We haveffor'sale at Waikikl 400
feet of Beach Property, a portion
well improved with a large and' com
fortable house, ' '
'We are 'authorized to offer this
property as a whple or in fifty to a
hundred-foot strips to suit the pur.
Particulars and terms at our office.
Fort and Merchant Streets
Aiea S $ GO
Kaimuki, 7th ....0 45
Beretania St 2 85
Thurston Ave. ...4 40
Kara. IV. Rd 4 25
Matlock Ave 2 25
Lewers Rd 3 30
Christley Lane ...2 16
Kaimuki, 11th... .2 32
Emma Lane 2 12
'Kaimuki, .0th ....2 35
Kam. IV, & Rose.. 3 25
Kaimuki, 0th ....2 12
I'iikoi St 3 30
Kiriau St 0 40
Beretania St. ...2 20
Waipio 3 12
DON'T WAIT FOR THE MAlL
Ofllce open Sunday mornings from
eight to .ten,, ( ,
ar Interests, it was then discovered
that for months negotiations had been
carried on nt this end nod In the Phil
ippines, nnd that after tho announce
ment of tho sale of tho San .loso es
tate Attorncy-aeuornt Wtckcrshnm
bad rendered an opinion that tlio llm
'Hntlons on tho salo of pulillc land In
'tho net of July 1, 1902, did not apply
to the friar lands.'
Tho Wnr Department nnd tho I)u
rdau ot Insular Affairs sent to tho
House the correspondence with New
York attorneys In which on October
22, 1909, two months 'beforo'Attorney-
i (lenernl Wlckcrshnm pave his opinion,
tho attorneys wcro oHlclnlly advised
from tho Bureau of Insular Affairs in
Washington that "two acts of tho
Phlllppino Legislature amending the
Friar Lands net' mako It
clear that tho unoccupied lands on
the friar estates may bo sold to Indi
viduals without nny limitation as to
nrea." Thrco months later, January
28, 1910, the War Department stated
that "tho nrst Information concerning
the salo of tho Ban Joso friar estate,
wns received ' through Iho public
press.' Its own records prove tho'ln
corrcctness of the. statement, says tho
World. I . f
"So far'tho only warrant offered for
tho salo. of lafgo tiacts ot friar Tnntls
Is tho passage ot two largo tracts of.
friar lauds U tho passage oftwo'nc hi
Nos. 1847 arid 1933. by tho Thlllpulnu
Legislature,' overruling tho ptuln In
tenti of, Congress as to tho disposal ot
public land, and a ruling 'offer tho
net by "Attorney-General Wlckefsliani
likewise setting usldp tho act of Con
gress which Is tho organic low ot the,
"On tho strength of thcao acts, two
forniall adopted nt Mliulla without
the knowlcdgo of mint It not nil tho
members of Congress, and ot another,
a secret ruling uf the Attorney-General
lit Washington, tens ot thousands
of acres of friar lands In tho 1'bl'lp
plnes havo been sold or leased to
prlvato IndMduals in disregard ot the
act of Congress of July 1, 90!.
"Following tho salo ot tho Sun Joso
friar estate tho Iaalcla friar estate of
49,000 acres Was transferred last .Ian
tfa'ry torptlvaf?'5ftrffe). Other sjujat
Tvtt tqvM2z'jh"u lm'o dcc'.i;i
llUMM Of tt.-.OtJ Of lih.Tlt.llirr?
by tfco sd'ne QvJet "ittVccV t war. &
out cily t,wo rnpt; n-to flint Wrr.;
W. Carpenter, reriiuo r.ejiouiy ot
Ihe Phlllppino Commlsslon.'and ft. :L'
Worceutor, a nephew nf Doan.C. Worr
ccster, a member o( tho cnminUlori,
who la nloo Secretary ot tho interior
in tho Philippines, had, l?in favorM
to tho extent. ot a lease of 100J,nroi
of friar lands at eight cdntJ an nrre,
who a ngni lo an too rest or the es
tate n fast hs It hecomes vacant nnd
with tho option to purchase tho land."
It Is this alleged stntn of 'nffitlr"H
that has mado necessary the Imnstl
gallon that tho House has ordered.,
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(Continued frbm Pace 1) '
iBh. nnd the life thoso Porto Klrantt
put Into tho Kinging would put' t"
shame the clnglng ot ulto a fow
mnlnlniid rorpr.' nlllcern. After Major
Willis Iinil closed In prayer we pro'
ceeded to tho church, whero wo had"
a laige crowd of peoplu piesent. Tho
first on the program wns tho dedi
cation Hcrvlro, when four bnhleswcro
presented to 11 oil nnd Tho Army,
Next wns tho enrollment of flvu rcJ
emits, nnd these now soldiers nro'
surely a welcome addition to the
outpost. Last was tho wedding cer
emony; tho parties concerned bad
lived together as man nnd wlfa for
twcnty-flvo years, although not mar
ried. Thoy got tonverted a short
time ago, and evidently God rovealed
to tjiem that their living together
without being legally married was
not In accordance with Ills lnw, no
they derided to havo Major Willi
tic tho knot, and ho did a good Job.
All through tho meeting n deep in
terest wns shown by nil present, nnd
undoubtedly some good was dono for
eternity. Knslgu Tlramermnn hat
things well In hand on his circuit,
and God Is wonderfully blessing him
In his work. -Alex. Nelson, lieu
tenant. TAFT'S WARDS
Continued frbm Pace IV
portloi i" I, r ficlght cunslstu of
ten i . rillkri.
Mm1!.-. . ratiln passengers nro
i avellnr . oush. In tho stccrngo
dc -H I San Francis o aro twon-
t t ii Jniancfce, 17G Chinese and 110
The Mongolia Is scheduled to de
part for Snn Francisco at 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning. A number of
. "".' . -tt -1
JSTm K !W Mr wiflt
paWf.fif? have t'uv. oMVcd by the
?w. ti?jtti K?"WWtiaWfa -?
rivs D-t-wr.sr ':crt the fc5
'SlwJir -:-:" i if 'b oto t.;:e-
nolni.i Tliey iihi.i.Ip Mrs aIi'C
Baldwin and Mr. and 'Mrs. B. r. Cat.
Of tho throiiEh pnvneem, Captain
Uamllton In a, British ohlcor Who hia
completed an extensive tour of duty
throuEhotit tho Far East, Including
Iiidla, China and Japan. He la nc-
'(!o;mpaftled by Lady Hamilton, and
they aro -proceeding to F.tiglmd.
William F, Ncsvin In. a valued
tnqmber of Ihe fltoft of tho Shanghai
otllro ot tho Pa'lflc Mall, Mr. Nos
soli Is on n trip to tho homeland.
t O. Mollor Is a member ot the firm
of Mollor Brothers, well. known ship
tind shaichrolters of Shanghai. Mr.
Mollcr; In uddlllou to his prominence
111 btiBltiess circles In tho Model Set
tlement,. U ulso a keen pportsmnn,
and hns figured lately In fnterport
cricket matchct along the China
. Arthur Mtinln la connected with
the American consular corps, with
heaanuarlprR at Kobe. Ho Is o'l
OF LOCAL STOCKS
Tim lesser Rtockg figured In Hmi
business dono this morning, both nt
.session gales and between boards, nnd1
although there woro no exceptional-.
ly heavy transactions, tho prices'
held firm, with a tendency q nn up..'
ward trend. . ,
Hetwccn boards, Mcllrydo nnd
Olaa commanded tho snmo figure,!
fi.2r, seventy-four shares of the for
mer nnd ono hundred nnd sixty ot
tho latter moving. Mcllrydo figured
nt cession sales in a small block ot
firtcen nt fi.a'5.
Seventy Hon. II. & M. Co. changed
hands between board nt 22.12.".,'
nnd at session sales five shares
brought i'i.Vi. This Is a good
boost oyer tho Inst previous Bale,
which w nt '-i.
Oahu Sug n block or thirty mov-,
tng nt 31.025, appears to bo a trlfio
Honokaa shows a Blight upward
move, ono hundred shares nt session
sales being taken at IS. 125 and 75
shares bringing 18.25. S1000 of
Walalua (is closed tho session, at
Over 300 wholesnlo ten merchants
nro doing business In the city ot ten
don alone, This doex not Include, tho
dealers that nro listed ns tea brokers,
but docs Include, tho packers ot tea
from bulk Into small packages.
Iiiidon'H' nowejt, music hall Bints
four thousand persons. St. Peter's
Cathedral In Home can hold nt n pinch
5-1,000 persons. Milan Cathedral holds
40,000. St. Peter's, In I.ondon, has
seen 20,000 within Its walls.
Bilgado last year used 11,375,000 gal
lons of water.
TOR the stomach's sake an
occasional glass of beer is
very good. It is a well-'established
contains corrective and tonic
qualities which make it invalu
able to the run-down system.
Apart from its medicinal pro
perties PRIMO is an 'idea)
beveYage, well-suited , to the
requisitions of this climate:
Thew5eer That'srewed 4
iffl&gii.-- 1' S""s J
Ta.-- V-s- .
"O troubio at ail
a Vr.nfrtti nn
.Ajkl " wo-"
J. 't oii ftdllitinar. ffi9
colors of'wiiiiJli hav-jfr
"grown dingy liy age and
With a clean sponge
apply cold Svat'e'r In
which a little IvbrySoap
has been dissolved.
The same treatment
will materially "improve
the appearance' of the
99VjSo Per Cent. Pure
AS AN .
you want an umbrella that
will give you pood returns for
your money. ' '
A pood umbrella will outlast
half a dozen cheap ones, '
Our umbrellas always wear
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& Co.. Ltd.,
LEADING JEWE1EM il
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Suffragettes are new women In dis
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