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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., PRIDAVr APR. 7, 1011
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APRIL 7 1911
Of COLLEGE HILL LOTS
Pax'ticulars at Office
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
(llcutty Auction Co, I.tJ )
I'OT1 l.'tf'l tV iMlft
The lock makes the pilot, -Cm -alesc,
When the principal of the p ublic school at Waipalui is
called upon, by reason of lack of funds, to act as janitrcss
in addition to trying to teach an overcrowded school .it is
about time that the children had first consideration not only
from the Territory but from the Supervisors of the City and
County of Honolulu.
Don't try to saddle any claim of taxation increase upon
the public schools of Hawaii. If the school bill is passed, it
will represent the first occasion in the history of the Terri
tory of Hawaii when anywhere near sufficient provision has
been made for the children of the people. It will be the
first competent move to wipe out the disgrace of indifference
to public school conditions. To vote against the school bill
at this time or to secretly argue against its passage is to
vote anil work for the perpetuation of Territorial dishonor.
Unanimous approval of the School bill has been registered
by the House Committee on Education which reported the
bill to the House Thursday afternoon.
Unanimous approval of the members of the House was
recorded for the measure in the adoption of the report
which action passed the bill on second reading.
Unanimous consent of .the House was given to place the
bill on the special order of the day for third reading Satur
Postponement of this third reading of the bill until Mon
day carries a suggestion that enemies of the bill and
there are enemies at work against it are attempting to
"jockey" with it, but a unanimous favorable vote of the
House of Representatives should, and we have no doubt will,
be cast on the final reading on the now deferred dale.
That is what the people want. Unanimous action will
satisfy the party pledge and that alone will.
Hearings that have been held on this bill, resolutions urg
ing its enactment, that have been presented to the Legisla
ture from a great number of widely representative organi
zations, all go to show that the people of Hawaii irrespective
of their station in life are unanimous for the public school
bill in its present form.
The Senate is unanimous. It is now up to the House of
Representatives, the popular body of the Legislature, to act
for the people.
There is no occasion for delay. Complete the good work
MAKE IT UNANIMOUS;
LABOR PIRATESAND THE LAWS.
Honolulu has had many exhibitions of traitors within its
own ranks, but none more deserving of condemnation than
that of the City and County Sheriff and his deputy
in dealing with the hold, pirating labor snatchers who have
come to this city and bid open defiance to the laws of the
Territory. There seems no need for them to defy the offi
cers. Sheriff Jarrctt and Deputy Sheriff Rose by their inaction
in protecting the interests of the people as against the vio
lators of the law have not only laid themselves open to cen
sure, but it is a question whether they should not be im
peached and removed from office. Certainly the Supervis
ors should take official cognizance of the conditions.
As the situation stands today, illuminated by the show
down of last night, the police department of Honolulu is run
by people from San Francisco rather than in the interests
of the citizens of Honolulu.
. One has only to read the plain statement of fact made by
W. A. Kinney in these columns to appreciate the incompe
tence or chicanery of the officers on whom this city has de
pended for the enforcement of the law. The outrage of men
coining to flic islands and defying the whole community is
intensified by the peculiar negligence of the police force.
- Jarrctt and his deputy have not only disgraced the de
partment but they have become presumably unwitting aids
of the men who seek to take authority away from the local
government and center it with the Territorial government.
.The Territorial police is apparently the only force on which
the people can depend today to be on hand and do its full
, This is not a question of the planters and the laborers of
the plantations. It is merely whether the law-abiding citi
zens will stand idly by while labor pirates from Alaska come
here and brazenly defy the laws and the police force "lays
c nrc prep 1 red to matiigo jour
cstnti mid look nfUr jour Intir
tsls In it. A oil 111 II ml Itgnut
ly to our iidvunlngo to ilmo
tin- management oC our affairs
with 11 cuiulila mill responsible
Come utxt see us us to terms.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
REMEMBER YOUR FRIENDS WITH
THE OFFICP OF THE
13 OPEN TROM 7 A. M. TO $30 P. M
ON WEEK DAYS AND ON SUNDAY
MORNINGS FROM 8 TO 10
I If you wish to send your mainland
I friends half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE-
' APPLES or n bunch of BANANAS,
1 Just leave an order with
I ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 S. Kino Street
(With Wells, 1'urgo L'xprcss Co)
Mckor- Mj gioat grandfather cli
ck I tli it 1i 11111 nil tin nigh 1I10 Hovo
lutlon SnlcKcr Ami whotievei ho
hWUcil the llrltisli ho boat It, I suppose-
down." There can be but one response from the citizens
who believe in law and order and who incidentally are rea
sonably loyal to the best interests of the community in
which they live.
Run the rascals out whether they be pirates or incom
iclit IliilHtlii Ci.rrtoiiiiliiii)
llll (J, piil 3 Tlio public lucoling
called In tlio lioaul of timlo ai riu
111.111 s hall 1.1-u 1'ililiiy night r tlio
ptlipOSC' (if dlMIIShillg Ullllllgl'lUC'lltH
ami tlio fin 111 of cclobinlion of tlio
(Hoiious nmrtli was, incut upprnp-l-utclv,
mil uu',1 with 11 hiituli of llro
uoikx width, while the wire nut
htilitlv roolant. illil much lovvuidJ
hiighiculng up nn up to then laihu
The tieublo ninso mor n viliil
patsago ut minx between Vicing mil
Supcivlsur Austin iiml iiilmimiloil m
II KiiKgestlon from I' K III) hards tint
UHiln ho iciiiovcd Ironi llio mooitni;
Uiter 1111 cxplaimtloim followed ami
tlio imhlcnt wits closed utmciblv
I'loshlont i:ilotl of I lie ImmiiI )f
tunic piosdded. while Win. .MtlCuj
III ted. im irrii'taij Owing t'l till' In
ilcini'iii woilher llio atloiiilinco wah
rilher small tlio lid of thoso pi em nt
Including Mi'shih. ltlchaiils. Victim,
llriigholll, O'llourko. Tlulier ollamor,
CiHunilt, I.00111111I, Cook, lklor, I)a.
11 nn. Custom!) k ami Williams, Mo
hen ami Austin appeal Iiik 1111 tho hccno
ilurliiK the progress of tlio iiiictlm;.
I)r KUIolt upi'iicil llio uiiL'tluK with
a stali'inuiil thai It hud hi'cn r.illoil
to consider wajx "ml iiieana for cclo
bialhiK thu romtli uu W-I1 as to con
sider wli.it form tlio celebration was
to t il(i The bond of tiado had mime
tluu' aK appoluteil 11 cniumltteo to
lake up this matter, which hail miiilo
tho follow Imk icport:
It II I) Klllot,
I'rcddcnt Ilnanl of Tl ulo of llllii
Deiii Sir Your rammlttco on Pub
lic Celohiullon of tho romtli of Iul
lieruwlth hc'KS to muko tho follow Iiik
ll'C0llllll01ldlltillll Kllll fcllKKOHtiollH
1 Hint tho rourth of .nil). 1011
he cclchtutcd in .1 public manner and
tint BUth celebration bo conducted
uuiler the auspices und patiouuKo of
llio lloaid of Ti.ulo ot HIIo.
'.' That Hiirli colehratlou consist of
'ho following ocnts:
In the roreiDion A parade tlirottsh
the main hIiooIh of tho city
"ln (ho Afleriuion I'lipnlnr amuse-
Real Btate for Sale
(Continued from Page 1)
tho coiuiul'leo la most Insistent upon
tho leading and nmIUiik tct ,lh(iui;ti
ono niember of llio nlnu 011 tlio com
mlssloncm dlxscnts fiom this view.
"It Is needless Jo sny that If Iheao
j'esltlctloiis rhoiQil bo en fenced In thu
cuho 111 iiimitu, nicy would not oni)
CNcludo nil Ablatio labor hut the)
wiuihl kcop unt of llio Teirltory a
very ileslrnblo clement of 1'ortusucBo
onil Hpnulntds, K'od workers mid
law-ibldiiiB citizens, nnil wIumo chil
dren become Intelligent Aiuci leans.
Hawaii Faces 1 rouble.
"If such 11 bill Is Introduced, the
Tcnltor) will lmo to muko out tho
bent case possible, either for nn cv
ccpllon fiom Mime of Its piolslons
or to defeat the enactment of these
pulsions for any part of tho coun-
tr) In order to make a o3d case at
washlnoton when this time comes
wc ought not, It .iecmi to me, to aik
special favors at present which, so far
as my Information goes, there Is no
likelihood will be crantcd.
Tho ticnd of Bentlment In AtiiO'
ilea Is towiuil ImmiRrnttuu restric
tion Tho Democratic part) ' H'o
Soutli Is In control of people who nro
moro opposed to Immlgrntlou than
mi) pint) in tho North
"Save our effort to meet the sltua.
Hon thus created!"
The commission to which I)r. Clink
icfetH In tho Interview Is made tip of
HcnatorB w r. Dilliugliam, of Ver
mont, II C. Ixidgo of Massachusetts,
l.o llii) l'cc of MIkhIbsIppI: ltep-
reBCiilnllvcs Howell of New .Iciscv.
llenuetl of New York and llurnctt of
AI ihnina, Charles 1. Nelll, rominln
1 loner of labor; .Icrciulali W. Jcnkd
and William It Wheeler.
nicnls nml ulhktlc as welt as other
In tho i:cnltig A public ball
3 That tho ueccsBiii) fiimlH Willi
wmrii to co)cr all expenses Incline I
no i.ihcd liy public subscription
4 Th.it tho l'lesideut of tlio Hoard
of Trade call 11 special meeting to
which tho public shall ho InWtcd to
attend for tho fuither discussion of
the proposed celebration and for tho
appointment of tho proper committees
(Ik it for
Wo beg lc.no to further submit tho
following suggestions ns features of
tho I111lhl1ln.il eeuts:
Parade thioiigh tho main sticcts of
clt) might consist of:
a Commercial an 1 fancy floats.
b Decorated automobiles.
c National (5 mini.
d. I'lio Department.
o. School children.
f Oilier 11rg.111l7.al Ions.
Vt I.ltciaiy and pattlollc cxeiclscs
at Moohenu I'arlc.
Popular amusements, athletic ami
othci sports, might consist of:
a Suitable sports mid contests for
b A baseball or football game b
c. Automobile races, confined to
owners and local professionals.
il Iloio races In limllcil niimiici
ciiunucd to imiiois and amuleuis.
o Cowboy races or roping contest
f A conipetltlo show of hacks,
stages 01 other public cnmcjnnccs.
A public ball to ho glcn. If possi
ble. In a irnlllon or near tho grounds
of tho Hlln Hotel, to which ball' un
ndcipnto and loasmnblo admission
feo may bo charged.
Wo lospectfully suggest that sult
11I1I0 prizes or awanls bo glcn lo llio
wliiucis of all oxhlliltUe or compotl
ttvo ocnts; and further suggest that
the afleinoon p.ut of tho celebiatlou
take placo at II00I11I11 I'aik, to which
Hie general ndinlsslon vh.ill bo fiec,
with tho oxcciitlon of tho gramlBtiind
to which u roiibouablo nud adciiuatt)
ailmlsslon fco may bo charged.
It W ril.t.KIt, Chairman.
C. K. WniOHT
Ililo, Hawaii, March 13, 1011.
New Itcportcr- Tho auto turned tcr
lupin, und . lt) lilltor Yoiimciin
tiirnid turtle Now IUportor Will, It
iis a hlgh-prlcid maclilnii Judge.
v iV w ym iv m r m w w m y v
We ai'e now showing a big
purchase of NEW WHITE
DRESS GOODS. Beautiful
Designs in Parisian Styles,
See our Window Display
Also, all qualities 'in the
famous SHERETTE," a sub
stitue for pure Linen at less
than half linen's cost.
Exclusive Creations in Im
ported Hats, "a somewhat
different style," at a price
that will please every purse.
THE STORE OF VALUES
I.i t us fehow ou a birgiiln oil Mat'
luck iiMiMie New rIx-dhiiii home, ion
tnhilng fiimt und back Iannis, lUIng
room, drawing room, kitchen, etc Hut
mid cold water. ISiillt-iu sldelig ird,
buokeusios and window scut.'1 Tills Is
1111 itlmoliitily new lionsu and u bar
Cash or installmsms
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
We have a new line of importod
excellent timekeeper! and se
lected especially for the pleasing
tones of tho striking.
Tile prices am moderate.
li. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
8 Tlio 1'iirtURiioo Young 1'coplo's
Kochty of C'hrlntluu Knclcinor Klgn
ul bj ItM olllcerH: A. II It Vlclra.
pri'nldint; Margaret T. ltranco, ncc
11 tnr pro tern
!) AKioclateil Oliarltlos Signed by
4 otllcira W. D. Wcttrclt, acting
pri'Hldcnt, Mrn J M Whitney, rccord-
lug neirtiir i O (1 Tullir, tri'iiaurcr;
' Mrs AlUo c' Jordan, manager.
umoliitlom) from rrno of tlio pi 0111- .
1111 01 piiiuie or neiiil-ltiinic iTriiiuiii-
tloiiH of the city, ciidurHlng tlio woik
of the Kilmid fund lominlxslim mid dc-
tlmliiK tho (iiiofctliiii of fdiicitloii In
paramount before) the Legislature,
have bic n unit to Speaker IlolMelii
of the 11011x0. Tho resolutions me as
follow h V
"WliiriiiH, It Is it iciogiilul Amci
lean principle that all chlldiiu of
Ktluuil age Khali lnco iipial opportu
nltlix of obtnlnliiK u public HChool ed
"WhiruiH, tJiultr prclous lesli"la
tlo npiiniprlutloiiH for the Ttrrltoty
of Hawaii the prolH!on- for public
pchoolx, both iih to touch) r ami build
ings, liao bun liiHUlIlrli'iit, ko that,
i'i 11 lit tho present time, cIomii huii
ilrul iblblren iipl)lng for adnilHsinn
lnio of neceHslty linn denied these
iduciitloiuil npportunltleH: mid
"Win nas, A Kiliool bill, roirectfng
eomlltloiiH, Iiiim been lutiodiicid Into
the Tirrltorlnl Legislature, now" lnsis-
nIoii, mid Is now receiving tho serious
consideration of Its members; anil
Whereas, Kduciithiu Is of such par
amount Importunco that It lUscrxis
liiiincdlrito and lieiu tic st support in
uiy direction; therefore,
'HesolMil, That wo do hereby en
dorso tin, general plan cocrul luSni
ute Hill No 18, mid House J 1111 No.
I'l'), w ben In ample) piolslon Is made
for school needs, and iiigintly peti
tion tlio mi tubers of tlio l.eglslituro
of the Territory of Ifuwall to pass tho
Tlio orginl7iitlons mid signers uro
1 I'nliumi Settlement Slgnid by
Its tl list! is: J It Onlt, Dnriiiius Scud
der. W T DllliiiKham. Jtlchanl Ieis,
1' J f.uwrcy, W It Castle
2 rentral Villon Chinch Slgiud
by Its iiilnlstir and siciituiy; Dure- j,r anil MrH. A O Keaglo rptuuied
111111 KeiiddPi. minister; l.jlu A lll!t u0ng fiom Ilunolulu after 11
Die 1,1 , ihurch clerk. dellghlfiil outing In thu ',iiiullin of
:) fbrlstlan i:nd)iiur Soihtj Cm- (io I'.iillle Mrs lto-.o IMwatdi, Mra
tr.il Hub hiirih HIkiidI by Hh or- Kmnm Ilaldwln anil MrH A Wahlen-
Ikers, I Ini n V Cmillihl. iiresl- mclor mo aim homo Mm C 11, Unrt
ilent; Mjrtlo T. Dickson, hi Hilary leinaliinl 111 Honolulu
1 Anti-Saloon Uiiguo or Hawaii Kpcuklng of tlio tilp, Mn Hdwardg
Klgnccl by Its ollliers' W A Iloiiu,.dcclaieB that tho Htncktotilann Ihor
prcslilcnt; T.le A l)lcl.e surelmy ouglily en jo) eel themselves ami write
C Women's I'brlstlan Timpiiiinio . unanlmoiia In pionoiiiuliig Honolulu
ITnlou Hlgiud b Its oillurs Mis J one of tho most delightful placcii thnv
M Wbltnej, preslclt'iit. Until C Semi- havo ever lated. "The pcoplo on
dir. lc-prolilcnt: Mrs Alice c Joi - tills fcldo mo 111010 concerned over tho
dan, roriespoudhig semtniv; Mrs clioloia Heme than they pcem to be
l.jdln lllnghnm Cnan, treaBiuer lover there," said Mrs Cdvvitils "Of
C Salvation Armv Home Signed oomso tlio fioveinment took Immed
liy Its otflrers Miss C L MeAliee, ' Inlo liienBUiefl and noon had the Hit J
sluff rnptnlii Cbiru M. I.nnt; inlju. atlon tluu ouglily 111 hand Pioplo
taut; Carrie M Tioinsbtv eiiptiiln, , vvpio Btopped fiom Bvvlin.niiig and tlio""
laitu istluiates on tho percentage of
in en cries under tho new emollient
tiuituiint for lirlght'B Disease uro uu
Win 10 pntlcpt la much weakened and
ei lues ma) bo ex poet id In from live to
ten clajs, probubly not menu than 104
to 20, luovir. Where plijalclans uld
wlUi ilTorts to restrain fatal symptom'!
this pciccntagu Is Increased In cusci
while patients have from thirty to
sixty el.ijs of life the clliclcncy Is very
Wlicro patients do not wait until
bed - rlddin, probably three - fourths
And In eases that tnko tho now
emollient tiiatmeut on tho uppeurunce
of tho dlseusu nearly nine out of ten
Albumin Custs und dropsy do not
privint neovery Tho point la that
tlio Ui mil hilhimmatlou should Im at
tneked before tho hi art and phjslcal
system are broken down
'tho now iiiiollltnt treatment la
known im Pulton's IP'iial Compound
It ran bo bud In Honolulu ut the Ho
nolulu Ding Co .
Wo dislre every patient to write ua
wlio Is not noting thu usual Improve
ment b tho third week. I.lt era turn
mailed fiec Jno J rultnii Co, (its
Uattcrj Kt , Snn l'ranclsco, Cnl. Wo
Invito iiirnspoiidincn with physicians
wlio have obstinate cases
ikmii: nto.H noNoi.ri.ir.
7 roitugllcse r.taugi Heat ('hlireb
Slgmxl by Its pastoi mid olllcers' Itev.
A V Soires, pastor; A II It Vlcrru,
church clerk; J, U. Mcllin.
sale of Huh W113 piolilbll"d ' Stou;-
tuu (Uul ) lieeoid
Weolflj Uullotln 1 per jar.