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DAILY and WEEKLY' Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly isiued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PREM.
Wallace R Harrington, - Bell tor
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CIBCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
" s in the Territory of Hawaii.
I Keep faitK with all men; keep
faith with thyself: this wins all bat.
i ties, even the greatest and last.
'' Liberals are victorious In China nnd
Great Ilrltaln. This Is hot a year for
Standpatters In any nation on earth.
Several hundred thousand tuns
more or less, of Increased production
can't hnvo much effect on the sugar
Ounces of prevention arc worth
tons of cure. So kill tho mosquito
whllo thinking of tho best means for
making Honolulu a hundred thousund
Investigation of Hoosevclt's hills
!" should result by nil means In shak
ing up several measures of dry bones.
u And tho Ilooscvclt skeletons won't
be tho ones to rattle loudest.
Governor Krcar's remarks Indhyite.
!" that .while ho Is somewhat olt tho
, track "in tho disposal of water and
l. lands, he bus tho right Idea when It
comes to tho cold water farco of I'ro
Tnp dally sessions of tho Honolulu
l Stock and Ilond Exchange put tho
local market almost out of action, bo
- the new Uxchnngo possibly shows
wisdom In starting when the market
', Is at bed rock and reuchlng for any
substratas there may bo In sight
Portugal's new government has n
'' worthy ambition In Its desire to build
up a new navy nnd restore the power
of former years. Hut to do this ef
fectually. It must liavo n stronger
backing than can bo obtained from
1 Its present depleted treasury.
' From a casual reading of the Mc-
Crosson Wahlawa hit), nil that is
asked Is tho privllcgo of controlling
all the water that Is now used by tho
Wahlavtyt homesteaders, tho United
States Army and the Wulalua planta
tion. The bill Is a reminder of tho
man who, seeing something 'io wunt
ed, asked for' It.
v Commissions may report nnd good
men may recommend; what tho peo
ple of Hawaii through their reprctcn
tatives have to decide Is, whether
they will placo tho public schools in
a position of first Importance and enro
for .them accordingly, as do Ameri
cans in every other community of tho
It would niipatir from tha resolution
passed by tho Chamber, of, Commcrco
trustees that the community is unan
Imous In backing tho M u 1 1 e 1 1 n's
claim that tho pcoplo of Hawaii aro
I entitled to n hearing beforo tliolr
rights, titles unci interests aro deliv
ered Into tho hands of private cor
porations 'clothed with rights of cm'
Our Incoming Hoard of Supervisors
is furnishing ull tho oxcltcment ,us
tho outgoing Hoard assumes an at
mosphere of peuco. May It bo true
that bltullthlc pavement is not ut the
bottom of the trouble. The city does
not Want to go through anoth
er long series of bitter wars of
words just to bring forth another few
yards of pavement.
People visiting Honolulu this win
ter will not care whether the prico
of sugar Is up or down. What they
will want is houses to live in unci they
un) not llkoly to oulbblo over tho
prjeo. ' It'ls the part of wisdom for
Honolulu to prepare for tho tourist
crop und be in a position to muko
tho, most of. It In Hi" harvest' season
iTourlxts won't perch on fences i,r
iiuGPtiuiopuii-Juin.,uim ,iuen imu.iuu
I'd Si& Montoa... ...,.,.i.i .no
Per Ver, tnrwheie In U.S .. .. I.oo
Pci Year anywhere n Canada.. I. Ho
Per Year ioatpa'!, Ionian 3.o
nlmd t Iht Pcnlohn II llnuoltlu
M sccoml-rls mallei,
. . .DECEMBER 20, 1910
PROHIBITIONISTS AND HAWAII.
"Prohibition bills are sleeping" Is
the message that comes aer tho
They ought to bo deader than Hec
tor's pup after tho .coroner got
through with him.
Indeed tho revival of the Prohibi
tion bills In their application to Ha
waii Is about the most perfect Insult
to tho people of these Islands that
could be Imagined. It shows tho cal
iber of tho Prohibition outllt and gives
iv clearer Idea of why they arc so
lly bringing theso bills or tho bill
that proposes Prohibition for Hawaii
to tho front, the Prohibitionists uro
making a vicious attack on Hawaii's
privilege of self government; they
aro flaunting tho sneer of Incompe
tence In tho face of tho electorate;
they nre entitled to neither respect
for Integrity of their motives nor
honor for the loyalty they aro pre
sumed to bear the principles o'n which
the government of our common coun
try is foundnl.
. ANOTHER JOKER.
It must bo remembered in connec
tion with tho McCrosson bill, an
amended by tho Governor, that as
soon as tho ditch company has
brought tho water to Its destination,
tho Irrigation company Is entitled to
the use and possession of tho gocrn
ment lands, to be turned over to It by
the executive, with tho privilege of
holding them or renting them to tho
plantations UNTIL such tlmo ns tho
homesteader appears and demands a
home, and Is willing to tako a homo
with water at n flguro fixed by arbi
tration between tho government and
tho water company.
In other words, the bill Is so ad
justed that It is to tho Interest of the
plantations nnd the McCrossnn end of
It to stand tho homesteader off ns
long ns possible, and If ho still In
sists upon taking up land and agrees
to the prico for water, to freczo him
out ns Ronn ns possible
Tho plantation Is the customer nnd
tho best customer and tho surest pay,
and will give tho least bother for It
will take tho water In largo blocks.
Therefore, tho ditch company will
naturally prefer plantations to home
On tho other band, bo far as tho
plantation is concerned, every homo
Btcadcr who nppcurs means that much
less water for tho plantation, so that
tho bill, us framed, might well bo
stamped us one designed to muko tho
homesteader an Intruder on tho pub
lic lands, n nuisance to bo got rid of.
That Is ono reason why tho McCros
soii bill ns amended Is declared to bo
wrong In principle
THE ADVERTISER AND
Tho Advertiser seems to bo hack
ing tho McCrosson bill, but, evidently,
Is doing so with u lump In Its throat.
It mildly Riiggcsts that as the Mc
Crosson bill Is designed to make tho
desert blossom iib tho rose, that cer
tainly it should not bo killed on sight,
us suggested in the Bulletin.
Probably wo could mako tho desert
blossom us tho rose If wo let In two
hundred and fifty thousand more Jap
anese. Everybody on tho Insldo with
land to bo developed, work to bo done,
enterprises to be started, would prof
it for the tlmo being by such an In
flux of labor and many lands now dry
us deserts would blossom iib tho rose.
The trouble would begin lifter tho
roso hud got through blossoming
As Darius Green suld In reference
to his flying machine tho Hying was
ull right, tho trouble began when ho
lit. So too with, the McCrosson bill
It wlU,be the llglulngporlod that will
open nit? eyes. '
The ofil ndageof "I-ook before you
leap" Is to tho'polnt.' Meanwhile what
has tho Advertiser to say us to the
different reaturosjifjhat bllf thiit ul-
HOUSES FOR RENT
Alca . .. ,t .1 $fi0.U0
i"? KnlimiM, 7th Ac.... C 45.00
Knuiehameba IV. ltd.. I 25.00
l.ewcrs ltd.' :i Ito.on
Knmehnmch'n IV. ltd.. 4 25.00
Walpln ..',, .1 12.00
iKnmclinmclin IV. ltd;. 2 .'16.011
KIiuiii St It rtO.OH
Wnlalae ltd 2 :!2.fi0
School St 3 40,00
llrretnuln linil Alapal.. 4 37.50
Kiu.iu St I .12.50
Ktnnit St 0 40.00
Cailwrlght ltd 2 18,00
Nuunnii St 4 40.00
Young St 2 ' 10.00
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
Fine Suburban Resi
dence in Manoa
Seven acres of Laud, with
new llungalow, Garage anil
other necessary buildings.
Furniture will bo included
Can quote very favorahle
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
When You Want "to Send a
Call Up 1574 and a Boy Will Come
for the I Message
pointed out us dangerous to tho pub
lic interests and unworthy of support.
The position of tho Advertiser seems
to bo that tho bill Is Indefensible, but,
nevertheless It would liko to see It go
(Continued inm Ihcc 1)
Mxo II, ns long as they did not Inter
fere with tho navigation of essels.
In discussing tho nnttcr this morn
ing Dr. Mlliimura of tho Hawaiian
Fisheries stnted that ho lias hail n
talk wllh tho directors of tho com
pany, who decided to advlco tho own
ers to pay for tho iiko of tho wlinrt.
This, ho snld, tlicy agiecd to do, and
they will nil cull at tho olllro ijf Pub
lic Works to deposit ull tho delin
Aflor tho) huvo ilono Hint, then,
they will chiiugo their place of an
chorngo to tho Ewa Hnckfeld wharf.
Dr. Mltamurn said llils inoiulug, that
an agreement has been mnda between
Real Estate for Lease
Makao Beach Lots, Koolauloa, Oahu
Wo offer theso desirable beach lota
ultu.ilo on tho windward rldo of Oahu
for lease for a twenty (20) year-lerm
ut u modoruto rental.
Lota aro 100x300.
A Bargain in Makiki District for
$3250 ' ' '
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
We use the same crafts
manlike methods in making
oar frames as in our Christ
mas Novelties all original
with a well balanced stock to
Leave your .orders for a crato of
SIX CIIOICU PJNU8 ut 72 King
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Street
lluelifeld Company nnd lho Hawaiian
According to him, tho owners of the
big sampans will bo required to pay
S2 a month per boat for tho wharfago
facilities at Hackfold wharf, whllo
tho hiunll sampans will ho taxed SI a
Later, n long leaso will ho iniulo bo
twecu Hnckfeld & Co, and tho Ha
waiian Flfilieiles Co. How long tho
lease will run Is not et known.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
"' -tr .
j. I 1
can bo reached by
(Continued from Pace 1.) !
not to iiny sep.iialo particular com.
nimiltj ; nnd one commlltliig tho
crimes referred to In that section In
tho harbor or Honolulu In tho, Ter
iltory of Hawaii Is within the Juris
diction of tho District Court of tho
I'nlted States for thill Territory.
I'liltcd States v. Ilcvnns (3 Wheat.,
337), nnd Tnlhot v. Silver How
County (139 U. fl 438), distin
"'While by section 5 of tho Or
ganic Act of the Territory of Hawaii
of April 30, 1SU0 (c. 33!l, 31 Stat..
Ill), the Coiifctllutlon of the Unit
ed States and laws not Io:nlly inap
plicable were extended to Hawaii,
and by section C of that act laws of
Hawaii not repealed and not Incon
(detent with such Constitution and
laws wero Ml In force, nothing In
the net opciated to leave Intact tho
Jurisdiction of the Torrltof lap courtn
over crimes committed In the har
bors of Hawaiian ports exclusively
cognizable by the courts of' the Unit
ed States under section 0339, Revis
ed Statutes. ;
' 'A copy of tho original certlllrntq
of enrollment of a vessel 4-arllllcri,
under teal by tho, deputy collector
of customs of the port where- Ips'ueii
which Is In form as ic-iiilrcd by see
Hon 4155, IIcvIfciI Statutes, held to
be suinrlcnt under tho conditions "f
Identification of tho signature nnd
....l I .,Antl,.n GO) tfnvlsnd Qtnl
utcs, to prove tho national ciuirnol
ter of tho vcs.cl upon which tho
crime was committed by ono Indict-j
ed nnd tried under so Hon 033?, lie
vltcd S'ntutcs.' "
TO BE SUCCESS
Letter From Coast Tell of
Big Booking on the
That the Shrlncrs' excursion will
bo a irraml success Is ovidcuccd fiom
letters received ull tho lust mall fiom'
the Coast, whl h tell of nearly every (
loom on tho Wilhelmina already bo-
lug taken for the trip to Hawaii In
February, when tho Imperial Poten
tate comes to this city.
James S. McCandless, potcntato of
Aloha Temple, received a letter from
Gcorgo Kilmer In which he Bays;
"1 have Just returned from a visit
to Los Angeles, where 1 put )n Unco
wild tlii)s with Imperial Potcntato
Fred Hlnes, assigning tho different
nobleb to their statciooms. We have
eighty two people signed up ut this
writing and only about ten state
looms left. Wo uro holding tho cap
tain's btatcroom, captain's ofllco und
room 40 next door, for a ciowd of
bo)s that uro going witli mo; thoia
will bo about 10 In theso tlireo
rooms. Tho nciommudutlons aro go
ing fast, and 1 predict In tho next
two weeks we will not havo anything
"Lou Windsor has accepted anil I
have assigned him to room 40; John
lloylc goes In room 42 (tho one ou
had), and Fred goes In 43; Fred
Hlnes two cousins havo 41; Mrs. M.
II. Flint In 37, ami Hill Ilrown In
35 and w It goes, with every room
taken on tho two upper decks."
Mr. Kilmer rcpiescnts tho Imperial
Potcntato In looking utter tho details
of tho excursion.
A milllonalro may not object to
buying his daughter u tltlo bo much
as ho objects to what goes with It.
Mrni'lrj 'In liked by. vn'ronc.
II N the gift for (lirMiilaM.I he
giving of Jcivrlr) dues not
iiecihMirllj mean the hpi-mllng
of it lot of niiinev. In our
large tnrk )im can Und In
niiincrahle arlk'les of uuriiiii
mini design ut a moilerale price.
Our giiif are new mid the
lines are ver) i'.lenhc.
It F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
902 Nuuanu Street.
Importers and Dealers in
Fine Wines and Liquors
Sole Agents for
Cream Rye Whiskey
Old Jas.E, Pepper Whiskey
R. E. Wathen & Co.'s
High Grade Kentucky Whiskey aged in wood, sold
. by the gallon. . ,,
A Homo Production.
A NATURAL Mineral Water, the Best for,Jable
and Medicinal Purposes. ' - " ; $?r
Special Attention Paid to Family
Deliveries made to all
Reprints of the latest popular fiction nicely-bound
and handsomely illustrated.
Per Volume, 75c ; Five for $3.00
The Christmas Bargain
iHE HAWAIIAN FISHERY has control of the fisheries at
Haia and Kalae and will prosecute all persons found
fishing in these reserves.
When we get your wireless call for HELP,
we will come to the rescue with food old
' PRINTER'S INK i ,
IOOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEM
MOM riNANqAJ, SHIPWRECK
parts of the city.
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Market.