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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1911.
ROSA & CO.
S..H - I at
Ooltled In Bond
JULE8 PERCHARD3 A PIL3'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
W. Deliver to Any Part of Ilia City
ROSA & CO.,
Alike, and Queen Streets
101 IAIE AT ALL BAM
Cream Pure Rye
IOVEJ0Y AND CO.
You'll find they're all food fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davicj, Proa
KINO AND NTJUANTJ STREETS
von liamm - Young
Piorieen and Leaders in
the Automobile Buiinesi
Agents far such vrell-known cars
m Packard. rope-Hartford, Stevens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Klyer,
llulck, Overland, IJaker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For the BEST RENT CAR8 In the
city, rina up '
,' OLDSMOBILE. No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
A fHTNRT CO KtnU
Rugs & Draperies
J. liopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Box tiO Pbone 30(1
JSwA ettu v-niiO!;
WINES AND LIQUORS
Wc deliver to any part of the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
A boon to Infant.
A milk easily digested
A afe hot-weather milk
Sick babie. thrivo on it
A necessity for bottle babies
A milk with improved keeping
Battled and capped by sanitary
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order changed
dally and bo supplied with any of
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
has the hest Home-Madc
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. He sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREET
Delivered to All Parts of City
ORDERS ARE SERVED IN
BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH ROOM
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In th. Markat
HENRY MAY & CO.
F. E. DAVIS & CO.,
Merchant and Tnnanu Streets
The Best Milk You Can Us.
AT ALL DEALERS
FOR YOUR GROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
93-95 Kinjr Street, near Manuakei
Will Do It
'thr.fr .ii' i.,', J .. iJt.tkdM. -
When a Rat
, -m . J?VTW
be feels as though .
he bad swallowed
a red hot store, and
rushes out- of
water. It Isthosaf.
est and surest exter
minator for rats.
water busk, etc
U It 1.11..
ta .! ei.oo. s.m r.Trrwkr
Hawaiian Opera House
Sunday, June 25,
at 7:45 p.m.
W. D. iMrackan, M.A.,
Member of the Board of Lectureship
of Th. Mother Church, The First
Church of Christ, Scientist, In
PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED
can not be everlastingly at
it without some readjust-'
ment, cleaning and oiling.
Our Repair Department Is
as good as any In the town.
Prices the lowest.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS
A FINE LOT JUST ARRIVED
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, has moved to
180 KINO STRUT
New location Red front, near
Young Building. Telephone 2S18.
Emma Street, above Beretanla
New BICYCLES arrived tor raoLnr
and general me. Prices, 25 up to
3S, without brakes. Repairing and
e-tirme done neatly
a. p. Mcdonald,
. Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all kinds of
Concrete Work a Specialty
AUAHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort Sis, HONOLULU
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship
chandlery, Stoves, Crockery, Glassware
and Kitchen Ulensllst 8portlng Goods,
Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition.
n.akly llBiietin fl per year,
i. -Man- i. Sfci.. .
sm ii f .Ml
J A LLaTVC
Honolulu In 1850
As told In excerpts from th. Polynesian, the oldest paper on th.
Pacific. Edwin O. Hall, editor.
In thl town, tin the 4th Inilnnt, by
lluv It. Armstrong, Charles It. Illshop,
Esquire, Collector .Ucnrral of Customs,
to Miss llcrnlcc Pauuhl, nil of this
This notice, uppciirlng In Tho Poly
nesian of Juno 8, 1850, was tho only
newspaper notoriety that whs given the
marriage of two people whose names
tiro now revered throughout ltnwull.
Small Farming In 1850.
is otto reads Tho Polynesian of 1850
he I Impressed Hint tho discovery of
cold In California created n condition
of mind nmong the people of Honolulu
In that tiny closely akin to tho sltua
Hon today crowing out of tho pros,
pects of changes brought nhout by th
The Polynesian of June 1, 1850, con
tains it circular "To friends of Agri
cultural Operations nt tho Hawaiian
Island"," signed by Stephen Iteynolds,
V. Ncwcoinh, J. '. V. Marshall. R. W.
Wood and W. I I.eo. This circular Is
it call growing out of n public meeting
icld In Honolulu April 20.
"For years put the ngrlciiltural In
terests of these Islands hnvo been In-
slgnlllcniit. and their pursuit unprofit
able. With an uncertain nnd dlstnnt
market, with little or no encourage
ment, or facilities given to foreign till
ers of the soil, without proper knowl
edge nf that soil or stitllclcnt capital
n experiment upon Its capabilities,
most of tho agricultural enterprises
icro hnVo languished or utterly failed.
Anil with tho exception of n few sug
nr and corfro plantations, tho proprie
tors of which havo Invested too much
capital to he nbto to abandon them
without heavy los, nnd which were
still 'struggling on with doubtful pros
pects, the wholo amount of agricul
tural operations at theso Islands con
sisted In tho raising of fruit nnd veso-
tables for the fleet of whnleshlps that
semi-annually touched hero for sup
plies. Within the last two years, however.
n great and sudden chnngo hns taken
plncc In tho prospects of this group. Tho
extension of tho territory nnd govern
ment of tho United Ktatcs to tho bor
ders of tho Paclllc, tho wonderful dis
coveries In California, and tho con
sequent almost Instantaneous crentlon
of n mighty stutc on "tho western front
of tho American Itiiforii' lias, ns It were,
with the wand of li magician, drawn
till little group Into the very focus of
civilization and prosperity. Wo find
ourselves suddenly surrounded by In
telligent, enterprising neighbors, who
call loudly to us to furnish of our
abundance and revel vo In exchange of
theirs. Our coffee nnd sugar no longer
remain piled In our warehouses. Our
frluts and vegetables no longer decay
on the spot whero they wero trown.
Wo urc not even compelled to seek for
them it market, but clamorous purchas
ers ciiiimi to our cry doors and carry
on our supplies with an eagerness that
has caused us to feel n scarcity our
selves, and we uro assured that not
only for all these, hut for any other
products of tho Mill thut wo will rulse,
it ready and Increasing demand may bo
relied on from our enterprising neigh
bors'. Tho native government, too. Im
pelled by thu Irresistible, Influence and
example of the Anglo Saxon energy and
progress, which It sees In every direc
tion, Is relaxing Its former tenuclous
grasp on tho urnhlo lands of tho Is
lands, and even Inviting and encourag
ing their cultivation by foreign skill
"With these brilliant prospects sud
denly opening to theso Islands, let us
inqulro bow far they aro prepared to
render them uvnllable. With every va.
rlcty of soil, adapted to nil the produc
tions or tho tempernto und tropical lat
itudes, we llnd tho agricultural opera
tions of those Islands checked and em
barrassed by tho Insufficiency of the
four great requisites of capital, expe
rience, proper Implements nnd la
bor. "To meet theso difficulties, to provide
for theso wants, to render tho cxperl-
enco of other countries available to
this, to supply by u combined action,
fnclltles and Information to all, which
con not be procured by Individuals, to
encourage und foster agricultural op
rratlons In every form, Is the main ob
Ject of tho proposed association. The
merchant, tho mechanic, tho profes
slonnl man Indeed, all classes of con
sumers nro equnlly'lntcrcsted with tho
producer. In tho prosperity. Your com
mittee would nlso suggest for your
consideration, tho propriety of tho es
tablishment of an agricultural ware
house at Honolulu, for tho Importation
and rollectlon of such kinds of agri
cultural products as the Islands sup
"We hnvo nppolnted as tho time most
convenient for the planters from other
lslnnds to assemble In Honolulu, Mon
day, the twelfth qf August next, for
the first meeting for the purpose of
organization. Due notice will bo given
of tho hour and place. of meeting.
"Vnur committee would also request
that specimens of the various products
of the Islands, such as sugar, coffee, po
tatoes, Indigo, arrowroot, etc., he ient
for exhibition nt the meeting. Ani
mals of superior breed, such us cattle,
'..wi,v;fc. u, L
horses, sheep, poultry, etc., might ho
sent for exhibition, and a public sale
might bo mndo of nny such that the
owners might wish to dispose of. A
building will be prepared for tho recep
tion of nny such specimens."
Citizenship and land ownership were
live Issues In 1850, ns witness tho fol
lowing from tho Polynesian of May 311
In tho Honolulu Times of tho 29th
Instant, the editor. In commenting on
tho disposition nf government lands.
Inadvertently makes tho assertion that,
"Ilcforo nn alien can hold land In fco
simple title, bo must first forswear tho
country of his birth." This Is not re
quired by nny law of this kingdom, al
though It Is required by tho laws of his
own country. All that Is hero required
Is ns follows:
"Tho undersigned, a nntlvc of ,
lately residing In , being duly
sworn upon tho holy Evangelists, upon
his oath declares, thut he will support
tho constitution and Inws of the Ha-;
wallun Islands, and bear truo allegiance
to Ills Majesty the King."
This Is tho onth of allegiance, tho
whole oath, and nothing hut the oath;
nnd neither requires one to "forMvcnr
tho country of his birth," nor can It
ho regarded In nny sense "odious," ns
rcprtsentcd In tho Times. And when It
Is iidde'd that tho two years' probation,
or residence, formerly required beforo
nn alien could become naturalized. Is
not now required, but that "any nllcn
foreigner may at nny tlmo becomo nat
uralized, If the Minister of tho Interior
Is satisfied that such foreigner Is not
of Immoral character, nor n rcfugcal
from the Justlco of soma other coun
try, nor u 'deserting sailor, marine, sol
dier, or olllccr," we do not see what
restriction thcro remains to bo re
moved, As an onth of allegiance, nono can
bo conceived more simple. To do away
with It altogether. Is nnothcr question,
tho expediency of which. In order to
hold land In feo simple, Is questionable.
Wo rclternto our previous question,
"Hut why object to the oath of alle
giance?" If wo believed that under tho
administration of Ills Hawaiian Maj
esty neither Justlco nor equity was to
be found, we certainly would not re
main hero either a naturalized subject
or nn nllcn. Itut wc, hnvo no such be
lief, nor hns tho writer of that senti
ment In tho Times. Ho knows better;
and not only knows better, but ho well
knows that there Is not n government
under the canopy of heaven, whero
civilization exists, whero Justice nnd
equity nro administered with less ex
ception than nt theso lslnnds. And
further, ho knows that there Is no spot
of earth whero he could placo Ills foot
nnd enjoy greater civil nnd religious
liberty, greater freedom from govern
ment control, espionage. Interference or
less taxation than at theso Islands, This
may seem n broad and bold assertion;
but It Is to tho honor and glory of the
government that It Is true. Let them
havo tho credit of It.
100,000 lbs. of Superior Sandwich Is.
lands Coffee, crop of 184ft, from tho
plantation of a. Rhodes & Co., Hanalel,
Knunl, for sale by
fob3.39.12t EVERETT & CO.
SINGING AT AN EVENINO PAIITY.
The process of singing a song at an
evening party tnny bo thus doscrlbed;
Tho young lady on being 'led to the
piano, first throws n timid glance round
tho room, ostensibly to evince n gentle
confusion, In reality, to see who Is look
ing ut her. She then observes to tho
mistress of tho house, "that she Is not
In very good voice, having a slight
cold," which she confirms by a faint
sound something between a sign, a
smile, nnd n singlo-knock cough. Tho
hostess replies, "Oh, but you always
sing so delightfully!" Tho young lady
answers that "sho Is certain she can
not this evening," to strengthen which
opinion she makes soma young gentle
man exceedingly Joyous by giving him
,her bouquet to hold; nnd drawing off
her gloves In the most approved style,
tucks them behind one of tlio solars,
together with her flimsy handkerchief,
In such a fashion that Its deep-laced
, ooruer or eniuroiucrcu name may no
jscen to the best advantnge. Tho top of
tho piano, which has been opened for
tho quudrlllcs. Is then shut down by
an active gentleman, who pinches his
lingers In the nttempt; the musicians
form n series of dissolving views, and
disappear, no one knows where, nor
ever will; nnd tho young lady takes her
place at the piano, and ns sho plays
the chords of the key she Is about to
luxuriate In, everybody Is not perfectly
silent, so sho finds the musla-stool Is
.too high or too low, or something of
,,,u nttiu, niiu hid ,-uain Uvur IU uu
exceedingly difficult to be found. At
length, everybody being still, she plays
the symphony again, and then smiling
at the hostess, and saying "that sho Is
certain that sho shall break down,"
brings out the opening nolo of tho
recitative, which makes the drops of
the chandelier vibrato again, and si
lences a couple who nro whispering nil
sorts of soft things on a causeuse In
the back drawing room.
BULLETIN AD3 PAY-
Some thing; New
Call and see them at the
Gas Company's Office
ALAKEA AND BERETANIA
But It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
A Strong Combination
For Summer Comfort
AN ELECTRIC FAN
AND PURE ICE
A White Laundry Soap that will
give entire satisfaction
Your Grocer Sells It
HUTTER HAS A DISTINCTIVE FLAVOR. NO OTHER GIVES
THE SAME SATISFACTION ON HOT CAKES,' TOAST OR
URKAD. WE RECEIVED OUR CONSIGNMENT OF MAILE
BRAND BV THE MAKURA. ORDER ON THE NEW NUMBER
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
Electric Co., Ltd.
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