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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., THUUSDAY, OCT. 13, 1910.
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HOUSE ""OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C.Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
Edwin Fernandez, '
Eddie Kane Fernandez
S. K. Mahoe. v
John C. Lane
Robert W. Shingle
, '. AUDITOR " ' '
' CITY CLERK.
D. Kalauokalani, 'Jr. r
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
. , Frank Kruger,
Eben P. Low,
. " Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson.
Waialua Oscar Cox;'
Koolaupoko Frank, Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Koolauloa L..K. Naone.
Be not hurried' away, by .excite
ment but say. "Semblaiice. let me
. jtcc what you are and what you rep-
l in the not far dlstint future It will
fjjP'be regiments for Honolulu.
Honest effort for good Government
'JLwIII bo a straight ote for all Itepub-
Fnxou Illshop gles mighty good
f .. Illll'lp,,' tfmin tlin Itlialnnca tu.in'a
V standpoint Think, It over, and vote,
t ' straight
"- Is It 'ft be like Roosevelt that the
51' aovornejrj turns editor occasionally,
' but uiijike tho ox-l'resldent allds
tho limelight in this capacity.
According to nil the statistics, the
prospective drop in tho price of sug
ar has now been amply iflscoiyited In
, tho quotations on the slock exchange.
Ilooscvelt campaigning with Sen
ator lleverldge Is In tho raid: of tho
cncnllrs' country, If evor h was. In
dlana's Old tiuurd Is n more ancient
.Institution than New York's and not
'" n whit less honorable.
Congratulate the Clvlo rederallon
nn ItH'declslou to let tho people Judge
of theAmndlilates. Tho only ' Improve-
'raeiitlVe would suggest U an endorse-
Jnierit of,-t)io straight Ilcimoilrnn tick-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Pet Sll Montos 0 ,fto
Tet Year, inprhetc In VS. ., ,, l.oo
Pet Year anywhere a Canada,, I. no
Per Year loalfiatd, loiein 3.tw
".alered it the Postoffic at HodoIbU
as Second-class matter
.OCTOBER 13. 1910
It would be surprising Indoett If
Treasurer Trent should tiso tho Po
lice Court incident as campaign ma
terial. The people linvc ucoii' very
lenient In dealing with tlis method at
ono tlmo followed by Trdnsiiter Trent
In depositing public funds
Now don't try to .nuke political cap
ital out of the Police Court trouble.
Ileptibllciihs when they Mud nn ad
ministration going wrong,, correct It
promptly. Democrats under similar
circumstances glioiit "No fair. You
rfavo nc right to hit n cripple."
THE POLICE COURT MUDDLE.
With the Police Court scandal In
the hands of the Grand Jury It Is cer
tain to hne a thorough Investigation.
It Is well to remember that the pub
lic will hardly be satisfied with n di
vision of responsibility In connection
with any misuse or Improper hand
ling of the public funds entrusted to
the olllccrs of the Police Court.
The Grand Jury will naturally es
tablish the criminal liability accord
ing to law.
There Is also to be considered the
uoral responsibility of tho District
Magistrate under whose admlnlstra-
nn the misuse of funds has gone on
If Judgo Andrado lias known nf
diecks-r being cashed troui . public
, iimls('andtllowciit U to gb)o'n'tl'll .It
'leoam a custom ho should tender his
resignation to the' Chief jiistlt'o. "',,v
Yoli can't meet tho peoplo on a
moral principle If a man cureless
In the use of public funds Is made
tho victim of a criminal prosecution,
nud'vlila. superior officer, who knew of
tho, doubtful methods is retained In
Wf"! JV?' Grand. Jury discovers
facts that furnish n complete and
clear vindication of all those involved
in the Police Court difficulties, It
wojildrseem highly proper that thero
shoiilrt-hes nn entirely new sfaff In tho
ofllco of t'IioDlstrlct Magistrate,
Tho peoplo In the final analysis de
TO GET RESULTS IN NUUANU.
"Novor mind Democrat or Repub
lican, If wo get help.
"I.ct tho men that wunt otcs sny
If they will help." s
This slmtlment is contained In a
lcttor sent to tho Hullo tin In con
nection with tho extension of' tho
street car trucks on Nuuanu street,
and widening of tho avenue.
Wo admire tho spirit of tho citizen
who is determined to get results and
continues agitating at' all times for
Improvements in his section.
Hut ho makes u mistake when ho
says (hat It makes no difference "Re
publican gr Democrat," bo they prom
lso to do what is asked In his partic
ular part of tho town.
Where docs ho land, If they all
promise-to do this work? And then
whero does ho get off, If, when these
men get Into ofllco thoy find that, ow
ing to the mixed political condition of
tho city administration, no headway
can be made?
Whero does tho city land, If every
district makes n claim upon all tho
candidates on the basis of "Never
mind Republican or Democrat" and
when the "novcr mind" crowd get In
to offico, It Is found that more prom
ises have been exacted than' thorn la
money In tho public treasury to sat
isfy. Wo don't .believe that tho system of
our correspondent, though It Is a
very common one, Is the best.
If ho wants results that will be the
most satisfactory to 'him, without sac
rificing tho Interests of tho commun
ity as a whole, he will voto a straight
ticket for tho representatives of a
party that has n reputation for pro
gressho work In tho past, and can bo
depended on to uphold that record In
He should vote for the candidates
of a party that will cany out n broad
and competent policy of city develop
ment, which will Include the Nuuanu
extension as a matter of courso nnd
make It u part ot such general Im-
will buy a nlcolioma, ,:
' ' ' X
near I'nlamn, within M?" '
walking dlstnuco ot (,j
. downtown I
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two and four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue; within five
minutes of .the center of town.
An ideal p'ecc of property as
to location and size for a pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank . and tennis
courts. Well planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
; Office' is ooen 'on Sundav moraines
from 8 HhtT;10. , ',
provement as tho funds available
malto possible to carry through.
1I should vote, or thorltepubllcan
candidates, as they nroi the represen
tatives of tho party organization that
has "done things" In this city. With
a straight Republican administration.
in power, ho is certain to secure nlf
that Is his proper share, If not all 'that
he thinks Should ho coming to him.
In any case It would be more than
bo could posslbjy expect from nn ad
ministration hopelessly dhldcd be
tween tho two parties and possibly
thus inado up nf men, all of whom
had promised to help.
Vote for tho Republicans and vote
straight. That's tho way to secure
tho greatest good for tho greatest
number, nnd tho Nuuanu extension.
A copy of a proclamation by Presid
ent Tuft has been received by which
tho Uifltcd States Uovornmant acquires
two hundred acres of public land on
.Hie Ijullehua reservation, Tho land
In question has been wanted for some
time by (ho Federal Government and
n private holding that It near tho land
Is expected to bo Required by con'-
a aaai a.
J)-"For Rent" cards on sale at
th Bulletin offico.
.REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIK3 DISTRICT, KEWAL0
STREET Desirable Building
Lot, 100 by 225. Price. .. .$3500
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with
CO feet frontage, Two or
three left at $7500
ment plan nt
t - ,
A Watcfi Should
If your watch does not keep
correct timo it is in need of
an expert watchmaker.
Our watchmakers are good
mechanics; they have ,t6 make
good, and they do make good.
Your watch will keep time
if you bring it to us.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
W. Frank Pierce Dies After a
Short Illness Was Late
Visitor to Hawaii.
W. Frank Pierce, tho high Mason,
Is dead, It was but u short tlmo ugo
that Mr. Pierce paid a visit to Hawaii
nnd was entertained by the local .Ma
The Coast papers, of October I, say
W. Frank Pierce, ono of thu fore-
most 'Masons of tho United States,
Grand Master of tho Grand Iodge of
California and Captain General of tho
Grand Encampment and Conclno of
KnlghlB Templar nt Chicago last Aug
ust, dlod last night at his homo, 1000
Chestnut 'street. He had been ill a
month or more. It was realized soma
tlmo ago that ho would bo unnblo to
preside at the California Grand Lodge
ftcsslon to be held In-this city, begin
ning next Tuesday.
Mr. Pierce was fifty-four Voars old.
Ho was horn In tho Kast, but most of
on the instaK
Merohwt Btmti 1 ..
FBlofcir i I
his life was spentjn thir State. With
his brother. Charles t). Pierre, former
ly of Oakland, ho went Into tho hard-
U'nrn lttialnnaa nKm,. tlm !.? IM...
brothers sold out five or six years ago
to' go Into the ensh reirlster. htintness.
About two years ago Charles D, Plcrco
For several years past W.. Frank
Plcrco inado Sail Francisco his homo.
Ills wife died n yenr ngo.' Tho stlr
Uvlng members of vhls family .are
three daughters, ;thfc "Jiliscs Hnrel,
Miibcl and Frnnklo' Plcrco. Tho lat
ter Is now nt Vnsar College
;AIr. Pierce, il tlilrty-jlilrd degree
Mason, was Deputy Sovereign tlrnhd
Master of tho Scottish Rlto Masons In
tho United States'. He was n leader
In tho establishment of tho Masonic
Homo nt Decoto, Alameda county
twelve years oco. For sninnilitin mint
Mr. Plcrco was largely Interested In
Venl estate on the .ban 'Frt'inclsco pe
nUisula, lo is supposed to have
amassed a fortune.
In tho California Grand Lodge ses
sion next week, Mr, Plcrco will bp
succeeded by Deputy Grand Master
Dunn R. Wcller or Los Angeles.
GEE WILL PLAY
Former ChaTnpion Does Not
Leave for Manila Till '
As the transport Sherman does
not lenvo Honolulu till tomorrow
morning, somo chance of peeing K.
S. Geo, former champion player, In
action seems good. Gee dropped Into
tho llttlletln office this morning
and said that he would bo out ut the
Ilcretanla counts this afternoon, and
that he nnd Captain Low would
probably play a couple of sets
against A. L. Cnstlo and Nowclf.
Gee does not feel very confident
that he enn play in his usual form
this afternoon, nsthe has hardly got
his shoro legs. However, ho will do
his best with borrowed rackets nnd
shoes, aud tho Honolulu people will
be able to seo tho expert once more
Gee plajed a lot of tennis in Wash
ington, and ho was one of tho eight
lnen who w o selected to represent
that city. It appears that they have
a great schemo of competitions, now,
ndayu, and teams trnvel from ono
city to nnother nnd play.. Tho
standings are kept the same as in
baseball, and n tremendous amount
of Intei e t Is taken in tho serlef.
(tee w" " '-er three on the Wash
In?! "n , and the first two on
' list we i tho Doyle brothers, who
both plnj -:rcat games of tennis.
. "lie i San Francisco Geo ran
n , In k Dcushum, and ho reports
tho Ijiij fellow as looking well.
Donshnm tent his Alaho to nil his
Honolulu friends, nnd they are
Akslstant Flro Chief Deerlng caino
back to Hawaii yesterday on tho
transport Sherman, Deerlng has
been attending, tho International As
sociation ol.Flrd Hnglneors wllleji
was leccntly held In Syracuse.
TIiIb Is iha, llrt time that ,110110
lulu hns over had a representative
at tho gathering of this association,
and It Is whispered that Deerlng
boosted bo for the. Islands that, tho
association canio very ncnr,to voting
In Hunt tno next convention in Ha
waii. Mr. Dcorlng put In quite it number
of days In New York nnd Philadel
phia, and also stopped at Chicago
and Sti Louis on his" way West.
In making ,hls plea' beforei the as
sociation for holding tho next con
vention in Honolulu, Mr. Deerlng
"It you will come to-iionolulu I
cun assure you the best tlmo yqu over
hud In your lives, and I will show
you a flro that wJU haffla all your
efforts. That Is tho fumotis crater of
NOON HOUR" POLITICS
During thy lunch hour today, somo
nf tho candidates on tho Republican
ticket went down to tho Huckfeld
wharf nnd tnlkcd politics to tho poo-
his. ISdwIli . Fernandez, who Is aspir
ing for the Legislative Iionor-WUH. fcijo
of tho speakers.
David Knnia, who once occupied n
sent In tho Legislature' presided ovor
llio meeting. IIo urged his fellow poo.
las to vole for Chas. Kanokon, Ono
or the rogiilni Republican nominees
for LeglBlatui'o. 8, P. Muelua, fore
man of tho Ocoanlc dock nlso advised
his friends to Volo for tho best men
Tho nicetlifg was not woll attended.
Ailolher polltlcnl ghlheilng will In
held tomoii'ow afternoon nt tho Oreiiu-
af . .
21S5-' wlltorljl rooms 2250
IiukIiipxn ofllco. These arc the lele.
phone numbers of llio II 11 1 1 c.l 1 11,
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE ..
Horlicks Malted Milk
is tiie most delicious, nourishinjr food-drink known for
the amcmi'c, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested ,that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed
Sample! free to Phyilclani and Dm1ill.
, At alt Druggists.. j
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raelnl, Wis,, U. S. A.
Small Quantity of Cuba's Old
Crop No Effect on
FORECAST FOR NEAR
FUTURE NOT MADE
Wlllett & Ornys latest Sugar Jour
nal under date, of Sept, 29, has tho
following comment, u;i tho raw sugar
VISIBLE SUPPLY. Total stock of
Kurope and America, SSI, 423 tons
against 831,271 tons last yenr at tho
sumo uneven dates. Tho Increase of
stock Is 50,1GS tons, against nil In
crease of G5.923 last week. Total
Blocks and nflonts together show a
visible supply. or 1,102,429 tons, against
1,078,271 tons last year, or nn Increase
or 21,158 tons.
RAW8. Dining the week under re
view prices have followed tho trend
of tho European markets, as has been
the casD'hiij tho past threa weeks.
Those markets continued their de
cline,, until today beet sugar touched
10s. Gtfd. C1.20c. parity heio). tho low
est pplnt of tho enmpaigm
TIq business joT llio week was, 20,
000 lags dfntruiicql' from Btorc, Vt
J.lSc.' per' III.. liJ test, against previ
ous fciile nt 4.21c. per lb., and later n
cargo" or Cuius for prompt shipment
at 2,'Kc., equal 'to 4.11c. landed. !G'
test, fdllowed by salts at 4.03c, now
tho spot quotation.'
At tho clqse. of u very considerable
amount or Centrifugals In nil positions
nro on offer at 4,C5o., with buyers
showing ilt'tIo, 'If any, Inclination to
go on, whllo waiting for Kuropcan
markets to Jlnd steadiness nt some
Under present conditions It Is use
less t attempt to forecast tho lmpic
Tho remaining stacks n Cika- nre
so small as to bo or llttlo effect on
our market, but tho fact thnt several
unsold Java cargoes nro fast ap
proaching our ports. Is an Important
Infllienco to bo dealt with soon. Theso
Javas are owned abroad, and thus di
rectly under tho Influence of tho Eu
ropean markotB, In which beet Is now
relatively cheaper than enne.
Tho now Biigar campaign yenr Is
at hand, nnd rejiorts from tho vnrloiu
crops of enno and beet Indicate large
outturns of both, while on tho other
hand, tho consuniptlon of tho United
States, at least is being curtailed some
what by 'tho political crisis through
which wo aro passing this fall.
Stocks In thu United Slates ami
Cuba together aro 249,420 tons ngulnst
283,097 tons last week, and 194,271
tons last year.
From India wo Vrlnt tho flrBt mem
oranda of tho crop ot 19111-1011, Issued
by tho Government, Indicating nn
acreage In cano lilno-tonths of 1 1 loss
than last year. Weather condition')
on tho whole linvo been favorablo for
tho crop. Tho latest official estimate
of last year's crop Is 2,125,300 tons, A
decieasc or 1 ' would meun if crop
about 200,000 tons less, or sny 1,912,
COO tons. Tho Imports or foreign sug
ar Into India for the month of July
show- n decreuso of about 10,000 ton 3
from Inst year, but as our advices
from Java show tho cause of Ihls to
bo delayed shipments of Javas to In
dia the totnl shipments of Jnvn sugars
to India aro expected to bo fully as
largo as last year.
Vie print this week the' "Commer
cial Estimate" of tho new beet crop,
as published in F. O. Merit's Monthly
of Sept. 16, 1910, and to which we re
ferred last week. The average of these
figures gives Cermany a crop of 2,.
350,000 tons, Convention countries to
gether 5,130,C00 tons, and all Europe
7,205,000 tons, as compared with crops
'of 2027,000 tons, 4,533,CC0 tons and
6,138,000 ton respectively last year,
It Is to he noted that thete estimates
credit Russia with a very targe in
crease, and as that country has had
large deficits during the past two
years Its stocks are now short, and
large supplies are needed at home Im
mediately, As the sugar trade of that
country Is carefully regulated by Gov.
ernment, the necessity should act as
quite an equalizer. The Increase' In
Russia Is thus given as 405 OCO tons,
or 35 3 ' over the' last crop, while, that
by rihysiciahs everywhere. J
PURE FOOD TO
City Physician- at 'Work- On
Ordinance to Promote
WILL MAKE IT STICK ... ,
"' IF GET9.INT0?C0URT -
Suggestions from ccral sources .
as to provisions in the. noyv health
ordinance that will bo , considered, by
tho Hoard of Supervisors will bo put
before 11 special committee today.
With the active consideration of
measures to protect Honolulu's food
stuffs, tho campaign for health und
public bafety will be fairly on.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors nt Its
last meeting unincd City I'hyslclnii,
Mackall and Supenisnr Kogn n com
mittee to draft mi Jof (llnurtiV hat wlll .
force the coxorlng I; foodstuffs now
exposed In tho dltifarkeU. ;Thls nf-''
ternooii thu provisions' of tho new
regulations will bo taken up, with
Chemist Illnnclu-.rd present. Dr.
Mackall declared. Inst night that the
ordinance will 0 Into dctiill regard
ing the protection vt foods, In- order
to innko It binding If 1'. should over bo
questioned In '-ouvt
Tllo ordinance will bo so drawn, bo
states, thnt violators; of Us rules cun
bo successfully oroserutd. Hlstiito
nierie gives ovMcnce, that tho- Surer-
Isors nnd tho city physician expect
to enrorco It In letter and in spirit
and to make Honolulu's food-supply
what It ought' W tic, ah godloiv)itiyrlu
(loml, lint Can He llctlcred.
"As a mutter of ract, Honolulu's
food is pretty good now," sold Dr,
Mackall last night, "Hut tho tnmiu.
fish nnd vcgetublos exposed for sale
In tho mnrket certainly should bo
protected, Tho ordinance, It Is ap
parent 'from tho preliminary work I
have done on It, cannot bo 11 'blanket'
ordinance. It must specify various
kinds, of vegetables that must bo pro
tected, nnd must be bo exact that no
ran nncst 11 man for vlolathm of It
and when ho Is taken Into court wo
can proo a specific cao."
Tho city physlclun, who is familiar
with tho successful health regulations
or practically evory American niunli.- ,
Ipallty und hits paid particular atten
tion to milk aud food supplies, s;;jb
that tho now milk ordinance will bo 1
enforced strictly, beginning about'' tho
first of the yenr. Tho other ordinance.
wniclivlH now be ng prepared, will not
bo ready for several days, but. will bq '
enforced ns soon as ptomulguted.
ir, .Muckull thinks thnt the most
available protection for rood-stuffs
right now la wlro netting, probably of
copper. He sayg that gauze In not
advisable, becnuso It gctrf soiled eas
ily, cannot bo cleaned, and Is less el'l-
cacloiiH than wlro screening. Tho
ideal cover Is glass, but owing to tho
expense involved, this will not bo In
sisted upon for tho present.
u ji w :i:;nti!:snii:tii8un
for the statistical countries 597,003
tons, or only 13.2? over last year. It
will be noted that K O. Llcht's latest
estimates for the last two crops a,re
also changed this week. Thus trJe fig,,
ures for the- last crop is now 6,133.000
tons, and for that preceding 6,5,43,865
ions, wniie otto Llcht'i latest flguro
for the last crop is now 6,107,281 tons
and the Factories estimate 6,116,500
EUROPEAN BEET CROP. From
V. O, I.lcht's monthly roport of Sept.
Ifi, 1910: Tho weather during tho last
dn)B has bech ruvoraiiljf fortWbceti
crop. It wns In' 'cast early, 'in weBt
later, boatitirul Biinny days, with cold
nlghfB, In most bejtlons. ,t,ho stand
In tho fleldtf In repotid, as ,gb!id; os5
peclally full and 'strong1, nnd from pre
sent appearances ono look's for a yield
of from 10 to 15 per cent, higher than
Inst year. Owing in the recent ralni
tho sugar content has not Increased
much nnd nt pioscnt seems no higher
than last year. Should tho present
warm, sunny weather contlnuo tho fa
sugar content will' quickly Mmprovp.
It Is well known what extraordinary
and linnccountiiblo changes touching
tho sugar rontcnt..nH well ns tho yield,
tho weather during the noxt six weeks
can effect greatly, and especially for
till ronhon must ono tnkq tho present
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