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FVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNE8DAY, JAN. 17, 1912.
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RoiiiciiiIkt that to change thy
sots thee riiiht is to lie none the
wast before, Marcus Aulclii'S,
CARTER STRIKESJIIE KEY NOTE.
Ex-Governor Carter has struck the key note of the situa
tion as regards the Governorship. Mr. Frcar's reappoint
ment will be a tactical mistake.
The B ul le tin is satisfied that the great majority of the
people of this Territory agree with Mr. Carter. In this ma
jority we include men who arc actually out of sympathy
with the attitude of the Delegate to Congress and are thrown
into a position of tacit support of the Governor because they
cannot follow the Delegate.
The position of these men represents one of the real diffi
culties of the situation when shorn of its factionalism and
personalities. Many citizens have a very high estimate of
Governor Frear as a student and a man schooled in the law.
They like him personally. But they do not have full con
fidence in his ability as an administrator where the political
conditions are so mixed as they are today. They hesitate to
speak out for fear of being misunderstood. They neverthe
less agree witli Mr. Carter.
Thero'u itlwnys uoniethliii; iIuIiir in
Taking tlio Aihortiser's i-ntlniutr tit
the membership, Rhoiilil lliu Oalm
l.o.in Kiiml Commission bo ulnteil
itniiiiiK tlio kooiI men tir the. "mimic
fccrlpts"? An liivt'HtlKutlon won't hurt im any.
Lot 'oin all mine thin way, xco what
wi lnm ami gain uimloin that will
benefit the Intcstlfiattir nnil (ho In
vestigated.. Somehow the allltilile tit the morii
Ihk paper Ik such as tn BURgest that
the titles wlit) wero pruuictliiK the
Delegate's iKIininlnlmis tiveilliniw ato
now hoppln' mail tn think that their
foreeusta have nut tome I rue.
(JettlliK tlown to limns tneljH, ep
Ilnml7cs what the Citizens' Sanitation
Coniinlllen is now tlolui;. livery man
xliouhl clean his own hack ynrtl This
bimlnewt tit the (ommiiulty iIoIiik It
for til tn Is playeil nut. Tlio coniiuun
Ity will now sen that he tines It.
Hawaii Is IIkIciI miioiib t lit cniiiinlt
teemen wilini; tn miMiiin tlin chalrnian
of Ihe Nnt1fiii.il Deiiitierntle ('niiiinlt
teo when William .1. llryali Inailo tlio
IlKht to unseat C'onimlttecmnn (luffcy
from Pennsylvania. Can It lie that
lliyiin'u nlil friend has Rone Imt'lc on
him In ahlltliiK nlleskmeo to Woodrow
Keep constantl) in lulntl tlio fact
that tho pruHporlty of the Ko-calleil
mn, ill man In Honolulu depends on
keeping this city In a stale of sani
tary ierfcctlon that will be a sulll
clcnt protection against port (pianui
tines. It Is a matter of business to
support the oIMcl.ils who are keeping
tho town clean or titling their best
DclfKiito Kuhln Is fighting a lone
battle because In his list of charges
bo makes declarations with which
some peoplo cannot agree. They nro
thus forced, In a way, to support the
(lovornor for leappoiutmcnt when
they nro equally siillsllcd that one
term Is enough, nnil mother could
better straighten out tlio snarl of Ter
Tho Just Robbed Would you mind
coming homo with mo and verifying
my story of what became of tlio
- "Why nro you no soiu ou (lint em
inent millionaire? Ho bus dono smiio
Kootl tilings." ,
'I wns ono of them."
'"nnn't vnii 'oftoii feel iloiuosBod."
Alio nuked tlio Kotitlotilatily umlcitnk-
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antcrcd .1 !.. PifMnrticc ftl Honolulu
u sctnmt-rlAss matter
.JANUARY 17, 1912
mind and to follow him that
less the fico agents thou
Hawaii's heartiest alolm noes out
lo Itr. Sun, President of the Chinese
Republic. That wns tlio meanliiK ot
the ureal initpoiirlni; on Mnntlay even-
Ihr lit tlio reception Riven In honor of
tho Presidents son. The assembly
Was typical of this city. The people
were not curiosity niiniKers, but rath
er tin rank nnil file of the population
of Honolulu, which citizen or resilient
Is heart ami soul with the men
hhouhleiliiR tho trcniciiilous task of
briiiRlni; China out of chaos. Ami of
tourse wo rc pleased that u "Mono
lulu boy" Is at the head of tho Rrcat
The action of tlio Commissioners of
Public Instruction In placliiR tho
course of stmly for the public schools
In tlio hands of tho supervising prin
cipals Ih one of tho most lutllcnl steps
that lias ever been taken In this .Ter
ritory. Carried to Its ultimate ctm-
clnslnn. It means that tho subject on
which there Is no doubt of the neces
sity for central control is to bo thrown
hi wide open that each supervlslnR
principal within his district will bo
taVrylnR out a couro ot study of Ills
own. SlraiiRo Indeed Is It that one
malcontent among the stipcnlsliiK
principals should have hypnotised tho
commissioners Into an overthrow of
one of the flrBt principles of cfllclcucy
"Finally San Francisco has u
gowi anient tins t tloes tilings,"
says tho Call. When nro wo go
ing lo bo nblo to ,s.iy tho s.imu
for Honolulu? Certainly not un
til ufter wo luivo canned tho
bunch that Is foolishly touted lis
tho "lenders" among tlio Hawaii
Instead of doing something of real
wnitli toward bringing JIKX In
to political work, the morning
organ, us usual, spends nil Its
tlmo and space cussing tho Hu
walians, Certainly that will not
accomplish anything for tho Im
provement of tho municipal adminis
tration or pacifying tho prejudices ou
which the Athertlser has always
rasped as harshly as It knows how.
or, "when you mo olllclatlng at fun
erals'" "Yes, sometimes I do," ho udmlttcd
"It frequently happens that I'm nuked
lo wait for my pay."
"What's tho matter with jour lin
ger, old man? You've got It In
".My oiliest boy's Ingenuity."
"Ho set n steel Imp In Ills pocket tn
catch &uitn C'lnus."
I t" r, ' . r f - .
MORNING ORGAN AND THE
PclcRiitc Kuhlo's spcelllc charges
cull for it reply, llrst from the Oov
crnor. The morning paper publishes nu ed
itorial, which might well have been
iimong those coiiiIiir from tho tlov
crnor's olllce In times of political
stiess. It dowitcs nearly two coluiiins
to condemnation of the DelcRatc.
On Hie face of It this suggests the
ninti, who, having no case, spent nil
his time cursing bis opponent. It Is
Ijct us remember mining other
things that Uclcgnto Kulilo Is tho only
msn In this cohtrot'orsy who has to
go define tho olcs of the wliolo Ter
ritory to iecelo the verdict of con
demnation or npprovul. This being
the case. It would seem appropriate
to leave tho Delegate to tho ordlct
of tho peoplo nl nuch time as they
hao tlio opportunity to speak.
Itlght now tint iiuestlon under con
sideration Is the truth, falsity, Justill
cation or lack of Justlllcutlon for
the charges presented by tho Dele-.
gale to the President. Calling tlio
Delegate names doesn't sohc that
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IIiiiIIiik of the committee, be stuletl
wire that the fault lay with Knnlncer
Itowl.iiid and Willi Mnrston tuiupoeii,
but that tlio blame could not be fixed
on Campbell at the time, nnil It was
not until the next Legislature that lie
could be deposed from olllce. Wilson
bail been cNoncrutcd.
Wil-on win. then culled to the stand
and stated that be had looked for the
llndhiKs of rtie committee, but they hud
been lost. The ik-fenc raised the point
that Iilslorlc.il testimony should not be
brought In, but this was seized on by
Prosier, who said that It was on his
torical testimony tbut Wilson hud been
let out of tho contract, and that If It
could lie used against lllm It should
aim bo allowed for blm.
Prossir then made u bitter attnek on
Marstou Campbell, stating that Canip
bill had been u member of tho com
mittee making the. Imiulry Into the out
let sewtr, but bow, ultbougli being n
member ot n public body like the Loan,
I'und Conilnlsslon, he bad evidently
taken refuge 111 the fact tbut lie .was n
private Individual mid lliat'tlicro was
no need for him to say anything about i
the lliidliigs of the committee "before
HecMey. riculleil, stated that the rea
son Wilson had failed was that he bad
been eniburaisMil and presented by the
Public Works Department from carry
ing out the work of the outlet sewer.
A number of witnesses wero then
called to testify us to tho diameter of
Wilson, unit although the testimony was
objected to by the defense. It was nl
loweil. They all gao blm u goodchur
ucter. A Dip Surprise.
Prosser then sprung a blK surprlso
oil the defense whin ho stilted that ho
bad taken the liberty of calling tbreo
members of tlio l.o.in l'lind Commis
sion Dwlght, T. II. I'ctrlo unit Chiilr
uiuli Andrew Adams.
Adams did not put III nu uppearance,
and Petilo was blocked ly tlio defense
from saying much that was material.
Till lift It to Dwight to spring u sen
sation, which was, bowiwer, oxcntunlly
stricken from the record Preiser ask
ed tho witness If ho bail J.nown at
the time of uwuidliig tho contract to
th4 l.ord-Yiuiiig company tbut Mc
i . t . ' J. ' ' 'i - -' '
We extend a most cordial
Invitation to all interested
In pure milk to visit our
depot on Sheridan street.
In this depot Is handled
all the milk distributed by
us, and the visitor can sea
in the extreme cleanliness
here tho Idea that we are
enforcing at every contrib
Own a homo In the Collogo Hills tub
urb. Modern Improvements at hand.
Tcn-mlnute car service) 01 eleetrio
light) city water. Closo to Oahu College.
32 Lots Only for Sale
L'nsy terms 1-3 cash, 1-3 one year,
1-3 two yean. Interest at 6.,
On Listed Stocks and Improved
Real Estate. We buy and sell
Stocks and Bonds and make In
vestments for others In approved
WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
CiiudlesM wus behind Wilson would ho
have oted the wnv he did.
The tUTniKo Immediately raised ob
jections, but bcton (tin witness could
be stopped lie answered "So." In un
swer to a tiiiesttm as to why ho nr
rlxeil ut his conclusion tint the con
tract should go to the Lord -Young
company, Kwlglit said: "After duo con
sideration I rniHdcrcil In my own Judg
ment Hint Wilson was not u responsible
bidder for stub u largo contract. No
doubt ever) one has tho right to bis
Uittr this answer was stricken out,
us has already been stated.
When Major Fern took the ttnnd nt
the lust witness yeetortlny, ho stated
that ho had tiled to hnvo tho urn
tract awarded to Wilson, but that, he
was oppoied by Marstnn Campbell and
Ham Dwlght. Chairman Adams voted
with Fern, but later ciille-1 tlio meet
ing together for the jmrposo of chang
ing his vote, leaving Fern ns tho only
ono ngiilnst the Ixird-Young company.
Thojiemlng of tlio Ilarrlmali Henry
case. In which tlio llcfenilant is
chargeM with perjury beftjto the
grand Jtuy, was continued In tho Fed
eiul Court this morning before Judgo
Real Estate for Sale
An opportunity for tlio investment df $2000 In a house
and let In good neighborhood. Pays 10 net.
Our Puupueo Tract Lots offer the home-builder a belter
selection for toll, elevation and general desirability than any
other ots It) Manoa Valley. Our prices are reasonable)
our terms liberal.
Punchbowl Slope 3 Bedrooms $30.00
Young Street 2 " 30.00
Manoa Valloy 2 " DO.OO
Bcretanla Street 3 " 25.00 '
.ik X .S.unSCvMEb' IjnnfjiSxt. vj.ukSisbbbbHBbSHHbVsbbbHBds.
1066 PORT STREET
The Offico of the
la open until eleven each evening for
the receipt of ships' messages
Prizes "and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS.
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Young Hotel Building
Tho lury drawn lo Investigate the
proposed opening of extension of
IllBhop street nnd the elo'lng down
i of Union street will meet nt tho 'cor
tier of Hotel mid Union streets this
j afternoon at three o'clock.
Tlio men drawn to attend the mat
ter arc Ocorgo Hnffncr, II. (1 Dllllnc
ham, II 1'. H. Cllaile, F. W. (Jehring,
James Itnhlnson nnd Mnurlie llrnsch.
They will bo taken round by Sherlrf
Henry. Willi the parly will tilso bo
Deputy Attorney General Arthur (1.
Smith, Surveyor NeWlon mid Super.
Intentlent of Public Works Mnrbton
They will Inspect the whole of tlio
giouml mid will Inter tender their re
port on tho matter on which will de
pend whether tho caso Is gone ahead
with or not.
Tho pale of Iloulno seats tit the Inl
tlal sale yesterday wns Iho largest
oer ninde for n local attraction. The
lo- plan for tho entertainment will
be In tho Promotion Committee looms.
Alexander Young building, from now
-.,:, . i ' . . -. ill iiasjui I a s ismswsi I I
SPEAKING OF CANDIDATES.
i t i i i
.1. M. llOWSMT -
For Hiiirnluri (7)
C. a, HAUTUTTT,
JAS. II. IIOYD,
J!. A. D0IJTII1TT,
c it. coiiki:,
MAIIK IIOIII.S(l .lr.,
lUMTIlAM VON DA.M.M.
K. II. WODUIIOUSK
I I J I I
IMttor livening Uul lot I hi
lt looks to ma ns though you hnd for
gotten Wnlklkt In jour frnnio-up of
n ticket for SuporMsor nel year. 1
hnvo heard tho name of Jan. II. Ilojd
mentioned ns a probable! candidate to
tonio beforo tho llepubllcnn conven
tion, and ono tha,t will h.we strong
backing. Put "Our Jluimio' In your
list nnd Wniklkl will bo happy.
Honolulu, .Ian. 1C, HI 111.
. Ktlltor evening Uul lotln:
.May 1 innka u suggestion as n pos
sibility for u member of our Hoard
of Supervisors? 1 suggest tlio nnmo
of Mr. John Wiilerhouso, of Alexand
er ft lliildwlti. Ho combines the qual
ities of popularity and clllcleticy which
would make lilni a splendid public of
ficial. As ii business mull ho com
toliniln rpmioft. nnil In bis imlltlciil
district, tho Fourth, he Is very strong.
11. VON DAMM.
Mr. .! P Cooko In a personal talk
with tho editor or tho Ilulletlii.
tniikes the comment that tlio list or
SuponlsoiH that has Men suggested
under this heading In lugs to tho front
"nllghty good men." Mr. Cooko makes
tho suggestion ot Mr. K. A. Wodo
hortso, who has frequently beeh men
tioned ns nn excellent man to occupy
the olllco ot Supervisor for tho City
Wide Interest nttnehes to tho cit
izens who lmo been nnd are being
suggested for tho olllco of Supervisor,
and tlio comment ns well as tho com
munications sent to this paper prove
Hint tho people nro thinking over tho
subject of tlio administration of tho
municipality. All they require, Is, to
know tho men who nro available, nntl
to linAu preferences dlscusBcd Itf'pub
llc so Hint they will know what to do
when tho primaries emtio around some
Somo hiiM) asked whether the Iliir-J
lutni will publish suggestions for
Democratic candidates. Tho 'response
is Unit the II u 1 1 a 1 1 n now an always
publishes nil legitimate, communica
tions Mini are .Bent to It, regardless
of tlio political nfllllatluns of tho
Thus far there lias j-et to bo a voice
raised nguhist J. M. Dowsctt for May
or, tlio infill whb can bo elected for tho
Panama Cnmil and Imposition period
AUDIT COMPANY OF
124 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box 040 Telephone 2033
Conduct! .all classei of Auditi and
InvestltmtionJ, and futniahca Reports,
on all kinds of financial work
SufTpestions, given for ilmpllfyinK
or lystemtttlziiit; office woik. All
you take the picture cornea
tho matter of developing
tho (ilm and tho printing.
Wo havo tho belt facili
ties In the city for doing
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT ST., BELOW HOTEL
IN COPLEY riUNTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO
17 Hotel Street
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JIoiiso unit hut, l'ulani.i I l.GSO
House anil hot, P.il.ium Z.ol
"lluusu mid hot, Pulaina.. 1.200
House nnd hoi, Asylum ltonih". B.COO
Uusluchs Properly, , llueeii mid
Alakci .' 15.000
llulldlug hot, Dcrctatilu Street.. 53,000
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
The New High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort. Street
UD8 I'OItT STIHSUT 1'IIONR 3C01
Regal Shoe Store,
I'l r :ilis
IIA.NZ.M .SIKli: STOIti:
Hen Inula Slrccl, .enr Xinninii
IIOMM,L'l.U, 11. T.
With ii AS
Likely it's a pretty good-watch,
tod but you surely aren't going
to expect it to run a lifetime
That's unreasonable and you'll
find it costly, too.
Because no watch can go on for
years neglected without wearing
We've a repair department hero
waiting to givo you the best
possible service in keeping your
Timepiece running smooth and
Hand It In and let us take a look
at it, anyway.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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