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KVENINO HCLLETIN, nONOMJMJ. T. II., miDAT, 't)K& D, 1910.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Kinj; Street, Honolulu, Territory o( Hawaii,
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tueiday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wnllnoo R. Parrlnston, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Tn Mmilh. unrwhcre In U.S ,7B
Per OuKftcr, ftnywheit In U.S... 3.oo
Pei Yrr, ttvhtreliiU.!) N.ua
Per Veal, ostii1, torciRn I3.ik
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
i in the Territory of Hawaii,
p I Editorial Rooms, - 2185
1 ts?l. Business Office, - 2256
Of all the firc arts, music is that
jwhich has most influence on the pas
sions and which the legislator ought
Jthc mest to encourage. Napoleon.
1 WasliltiKton usually liua one
lliliiK after another to lmnd to Hn
Wall, lint ordinarily we Ret nil we
t'Tba 'lirlricljinl trouble with tbese
war cloud utorlcs Is that tlicy get
jicoplo thinking In the wrong direc
tion. ' --
Ji.'Ab a one. not even tlio Delegate,
knows the details of the McCrnsron
jvnhlawa bill, tho mystery bc.-omea
jlic deepest over.
It may ho that tho President
(-hanged his mind on tho appointee
or Collector of Internal Ilcvonuo for
jlawall as ho once did on tho ap
pointment nt a minister to China.
i) Mr. Cottrlll has been good enough
to forward his photograph, so there's
no mistaking tho fact thnt Cottrlll
Vx'pocts to arrive In Honolulu as Ktv
criuo Collector with ho ulsgtt!.''J.
If John McCrosson should nsk for
hi) HonolulnAviVtc'r work's the people
Could lie hardly more surprised than
Ihey nro to know thnt ho wants Con
fess to transfer tho rights of tho
Honolulu tins candidates for every
thing In sight oxcopt for tho prlvllego
of manipulating tho first Hying ma
chine. That Is something that tho
liolltlclans nro ready to turn over to
Jlto esteemed friends of tho opposi
Whllo public attention Is attracted
.by tho new problems that come up
.from day to day, tho people should
(not forget thnt ono of tho biggest
things Honolulu has on Its hands Is
the necessity for killing oft" the mo
iqiiltii, Tho pest does not becomo
jjesa of a danger to public welfnro bo
icuiiso It has been with us always.
fl More wnr talk from Japan by way
fof Victoria suggests that tho Asso
ciated I'ress roprcirontntlo nt Vic
toria, I). C, gives more Importune) to
IJiilmlnntlona of n Japanese nowiip.i
(rcr than tho Associated I'ress repre
sentative In Toklo, who Is In closo
Houcli with tho situation. If II Is ns
ilmil as tho morning patter's cable In
terpretation makes It appear, tho As
oocl;(ted PrpsH would' not. hosltate to
ait'eml n fow more cents ,nnit got tho
luforiiiatlon first hand from Jnpnnose
i - -g
If thu iwoplo of Honolulu should
"wako up porno morning and find that
fclolm T. .McCroBson had l"it a bill bc
uoro Congress to gVvo him un' eternal
cinch on nil tho'wnter of the Terri
tory, nbovo ground and below, they
would not be moro surprised than
Ihey nro to know thnt ho Is after the
water rights' of the military reserva
(Ion of' Wnhlawn, rights already hold
b',o company organized and, opernt
Ing'iiihdor tho authority of a law en-'
iictell1 by Congress,
Trio first query thnt comes to one's
Yilfiid. Is, what enn McCrosson be drlv
...No ono can answer that but Mc
Cfosson, und had ho desired the peo-
Plu, of Honolulu to know, he would
il'R'LtleHH have said sometli'lng of Ills
l.'a'ns previous to his departure from
tho'clty. And the tact that all atten
tlcn was centered on the big Katt
litrh scheme previous to McCrosson'
departure Tor Washington, makes
' more natural tho quick conclusion
! 'that tho Ouhi end of the water oper
Ltor'a plun Is n "Cum shoe,, proposi
tion, and tlio Hood Lord knows whut
- will bo opcnol np next.
Until Mc'Ci'oPsbn'2 side of It Is
lifnrit, und no. ono Is hero lo spent!
i.uUfor Mm, tho schemo can ho dls-
etitiaOrt only fror.i ono standpoint -
ihaiilif tho mvKont rUhti luul Intor -
Pet Sti Montat fl .no
r Vtir, nrwhttctnU.S. ..... l.ou
Pet Yew aorwherr n Cftwdt.. I.fto
Per Yttr tttild, fotuxn 3,to
lotmd at'the Pmtorfct t HoDOlita
u sccoad-class mttter
decemer o, ioio
cctn established under tho authority
So far ns this paper has been In-
lurmed tho Wahluwa Water Cor.i
pnny, now holding tho privilege)
(.ought by McCrosson, has conducted
Itn business to tho entire satisfaction
of the military authorities and thu
people depending on Its supply o(
"This company' has done all the1 pio
neer work, tnken all the risks, enr
rled on nil tho development and In
vested all the capital necessary 'til
prove that tho watir rights of 1S10
military reservation nro worth some
thing to tlio government nnJ to tho
On the lnco of It, the request of
McCrosson Is that he bo granted the
wuter rlgnts nnd leave the big dam to
the Wahlawa Wnter Company.
And also on the face of It, to grint
tho request won il tin entirely unnec
essary ' for (.ervlng the convenience
and needs of the military arm of the
government and preeminently unjust,'
to theValer Company, the Wahlawa"
settlers, and nil those persons 'who
have, ilevcli)i)'e('lnn'ds,. nnd established
Industry on the basis of thj water
derived "frnin (he Ynllltary reservation.
In. fact, on tlio fuce of It. tlu whole
proposition lu so raw that wo cun'
hardly believe that It Is what "If
seems, n scheme to walk In and gob-,
ble up the fruits of tho Industry 'of
another, and In so doing. Indict heavy,!
losces on some and ruin on others, nil
through nn net of Congress vhloli
alms to repudiate- u law passed mtp-
posedly In good faith somo years ago.'
No doubt there Is truth in tho ru
qucnt assertion that tho peoplu of Ho
nolulu take snnp Judgment en too
mnny things nnd go off half cocKe.l.
It Is also truo that tho custom la's
become almost a habit for som of
our excellent cltlieris nn'd tlioso not
resident In tho Territory to biln?
forth n brilliant Idea on what thty
think should be done, In these inlands,
nnd tho Honolulu public bo In entire
Ignorance of what is being done to
them till 'the schemo Is brought opt
In the form of a bill before Congress.
Iloth tho custom nnd tho habit are
bad, dangerous; Just us bad and just
as dangorous when applied to water
nnd water rights as when including
tho liquids and beverages that Intox
icate This McCrosson bill should bo hold
tip 'by nil mfnns until mote Informa
tion cun bo obtained concerning It,
nnd If It prove to b'e wliat It secni's,.
should ho,. hold .up.anywaj;..;.,..
Hnw'nlt'lins n real fight on Its hands
to prcservo tho principle of priority
for residents of tho Territory in all
appointments to public oITlco, Fcdorul
as well as Territorial.
Mr. Cottrlll of Toledo, Ohio. ha3
unquestionably been' given to bollovo
that ho will be appointed to tho posi
tion of Collector of Internal Kcvcnuo
We have no doubt that Mr. Cottrlll
Is a very excellent nnd able gontlo
man, but we are certain that lie is
not more able, or more deserving or
so much entitled to tho olllce of Col
lector Internal Revenue ns one of
mnny residents of Hawaii,
Our'Jpcople should by all moans ro
lterato thelfy opposition to tho ap
pointment of outsiders to Federal of
fice, when wo hnvo cnpnblo nndt'pat
rlo'tlo men In our own ranks who can
satisfy every demand of tho public
servlci. ? ';''
It should be made known ttir'bugh
the proper chnnnels-'-whlch wVrtrt
nvery possible channel that the
American citizens of Hawaii nre. for
local self-government, nnd recogni
tion of our local people. This Is
right, 'when the local people uru tup
able of self-government und there Is
no doubt of their Integrity nnd loy
The commonwealth of Hawaii s
without fault nn this scorn nnd should
ho thrlro nrmod because its cnuso Is
A GOOD HOME OR A GOOD
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Two Fine Lots in
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Bishop Trust Co., Ltd;
IF YOU WANT TO SEND A
CALL UP' 1574 AND A BOY WILL
COME FOR THE MESSA'GE, 1
(Continued from Face 1.)
Idea locally that 'the Internal reve
nue olllce here Is to have a new head.
' When Informed of the cubic this
morning Coventor Jfrenr seemed) to
be surprised, lu view of tho state
ment of Oeorgo Carter that President
Tuft hail decided not to appoint Cot
trlll, Tito Coventor intimated' that
tho failure of tho people here to"ugreo
upon a candidate for tho placo Is
mainly responsible for a mnlmniider
being cuusldercd. Ouvcrnor Krear
believes thnt tits olllco referred lo
In connection with Cottrlll Is collec
tor of Internal revenue and docs not
refer to i!!ecto.r of customs at nil,
(HrH-rlul lliillotln Utirriiiponchrnw.)
TOLEDO, 0., Nov. 28. Hon.
Real Estate for Lease
Makao Beach Lots, Koohuloa, Oahu
We offer theso deulrablo beach lota
situate on the windward sldo of Oahu
for leaso for a twenty (20) year torm
at a modcruto, rental, , (,
Lota uro 100x300.
This property can bo reached' by
ran. ; j;,;1: :. . v.
w For Sale -'"
A Barijain in Makiki District for .
' ' ?3250
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
J I ninmfi MM SVPpOk.j;
We use the same crafts
manlike methods in making
our frames as in our Christ
mas Novelties all "original
with.a well balanced stock to
Chnrlcs A. Cottrlll was born In Kind-
lay. O.. December's. '18C3. nnd mov
ed with his pate it's to "Toledo In
1807. He entered' the public S"'i '"Is
of this city and was graduate:
from in June, 1K81, having :i
president of his clars dm lug hi. t.i
tlro senior year In tho high schbol.
He entered tho United States In
ternal Ilcveiluo Scrvi o nt Toledo
August 1, 1S81, us clerk to the col
lector and by u iicrlcs of promotions
rote to tho position of general book
keeper for the tenth collection dis
trict of Ohio. During this time he
rend law rotating to that branch of
tho public servi'c.
Ho was employed from Juno !,
1887, to January 1, 1888, by the
treasurer of Lucas County, O., und
on the latter ditto, entered the office
of tho Sccrotnry of State ns Colum.
bus ns chief of tho Division of Incor
poration, and futitiuued In that ol
llce until January 1, 1893. During
that time he specialized In corpora
In January, 1SD3, ho was appoint
ed deputy recorder of Lucas County",
0,( and filled tho duties of Unit ofltco
to satisfactorily tluit on Noveriiber'
1, 1897, he was promoted to chief
deputy, which position lie held to the
entire satisfaction of the taxpayers
nnd of his ,hlef until September 1,
1910, During theao years Mr Co't
trlll gave n great deal of lime pint,
attention to laws relating to real es
,Jlr. Cottrlll has iiljyuys,b,eoUTm;j)nij(
Inj'iitly nnd emclcntly Identified with
the Republican party, not only In
this city, county und state, but also
nationally. He was a 'member1 ttf the
Hepubllcan Stnto executive cilimillt j
tee tn 1887, nnd lias been n delegate
to or nu officer of nearly every Stnto
co;ivpntjqn since thnt tlmo unci has
u?eu tut oiu "er in cucu or' me luur
Inst national conventions. He, has
been a speaker In every iatnlc cani
pulgn since 1887 under the direction
of tho Hepubllcan Stnto executive
vunmlttec und Is u member of that
In 1908 lie did effective campaign
ing throughout this State nnd In
Went Virginia and Kentucky. Mr.
Cottrlll's command of language, his
forceful utterances nnd pleasing per
sonality havo made him n 1'DPJtlnr
and effective speaker on State and
national Issues. Ho Is fervid, ng.
gresslvc and convincing, and his sin
cerity, coupled with his accurato
knowledge und his ability In pre
senting facts Irt ii convincing way,
hnvo made him n strong 'factor 'In
every ninp.gti In which lio has Par-,
tlclpatcil, 1 I
Mr. Cuttilll Is n gchtlcmnn,i or
pleasing pcrtonnllty nnd nffablc milli
ners, making friends 'eaKljy and, ve
Ulnlng thelh by reason 'of! 'lifsMnnu
merahle likeable qualities of heart
and mind,. ,
In toloied Masonic clrclbs Mr Cot
trlll has takeu high rank, having re
ceived the 33rd degrco In tho Scot
tish Kite unil being past grand com
mander of Ohio Commniidcry.Kiilghts
Templars; hut) been mi officer for
yearn In the colored tirand Lodge
nnd (Srand Chnptcr, ns well as deputy
for Ohio In the colored A, A. S. It.
He is u prominent Shrlncr ami has
o:cuplcd the chair of tho Odd l"el
lows, local nnd State, nnd of the
Knights of l'ythlns, now serving ns
grnnd chancellor. of the latter organ
ization. REV. BROWN'S PLATONIC
Spiritual Poety to Another;
Man's Wife Rtises a
rcctlc friendship for another
man's wlfo has caused somo Very ml
nlra?atit mnmcuts for tho llcv. Cltas.
tt, Jlrown, referred to by tho' Coast
papers ns tlio "best-known divine an
the Coast." The llev. Ilrowu has. re-
flgncd from the pastorate of thel-'lrst
Cnngrcgatlonnl churcli of Oakland,
Gil., but claims thnt Ill-health is tho
cause (if hit) withdrawal from , tho
icauersnip or nis unci:.
A nmmlttce of church officials has
Investigated the charges that have
been .whispered louder than stngo
wnispcrs regarding uic intimacy lie-
tween himself and Ilrs. Dr. Jinriin
u membor of his flock, and hns ro-
turned a verdict that tho friendship
wna purely of tho highest order,
inc ifev. ur, jirown was inr somo
time jiasjorof jwi church In this city,
nnd Is well remembered by'many of
his f(jrnc,r cougreaflij)!.
Just 'Right' For
NOW Is the tlmo to leavo orders
for l-'KUIT. The S. Sv Slcrrii, Bailing
Decombor 14, roaches San I-Vancfsco
Do:eniher 20. DONT .MISS IT,
tii r , .
ISLAND fRUIT CO.,
"" " '72 S. King Street" f '
The Gift forXmas
Tho question, "What shall,
I select for Chrlstmns7" can
bp easily nnswercd by taking
n stroll through our store. A
glanro at our well-llllcd caecs
offers many suggestions to
tliot'o in doubt. Our stock of
Christmas Goods audi Xovol
tics is bettor than ever ho
fore, -niid -wo know we can
help yoi If you will call on
ub.. ' , .
H. F: Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Wholesale and retail.
IMPORTED FRENCH BON-BONS
CHOCOLATES, MARSHMALLOW.S, ETC. J5
Finest in the World made fresh every day.
Order your Christmas candies here.
Remcmhcr the Palm Test is "The Best.""
as (rood as was ever 'made on a farm better than the aver
age sold here.
ASK FOR THE AUSTRALIAN. . ,
Wc have some fresh fish. A3k for it.
COLE, SALMON, TOM COD, ROCK COD, HADDOCK.
Extra QuaL'ty. ,
-HEILBR0N & LOUIS, Proprietors . ' rHONE IBM.'
' 1 I
Plaririing.the Xmas Dinner?
,, 1 .1
Remember that every one of
HEINZ "57" t'4
IMP i ! I I ". ,
is absolutely pure and free, from "'pre
servatives. There is the mince meat .
that you must have. Among the others """'
is something to add zest to every
course. Ask vour crocer
v fi t .1
The Pond Daiiy
offers for tale at the rate 'of $1 per quarl absolutely pure
frcm certified healthy cows maintained under perfectly san
TT-TT'TJtrnMT' nenn ...!
1., and J.
Co., C. J. Day & Co,
New Lines of
All the STAPLES and
HOLIDAY GOODS sellhp
HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT "'"
If It9s Paint
AND YOU 'WANT A GOOD J0B,"SEE ME TOM SHARP
' ' -S r
Sharp SignS -,,-i
; ,,. ABE BEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1G07 ELITE BUILDING-
Churches and Sunday
We have a lartjc stock 'at i
" .' - 'i, Aii-
1 ti " 1
i e -!.. 1... Tr..... tit hJ
also for sale by Henry MaydY 1'
M. Levy & Co.
NOVELTIES in every line of
at ntduced Prices'. New, alirac
r. .,, 1.
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