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Wai.lack K. Farrington, - Editor
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fc'ci dine 0111 ;ii ih ir Irurn Imw lie
Republican p.irtj stands In tin' out
tHa districts in :i iih.vc r nlo nunc
to j noon.
Willi tin! people of llllo barking I ho
Harbor Commission, Tliiirbliui'H shots
mill Mugs need not worry tin- cnin
nilsHloners lioni lie la attacking
""Tim mail, v 1111 voles In accordance
Willi Ills uw.i 1 iiiim'H mr. that 111.1:1
volet 11 stralgh. tlikel' said the Maul
Tunes Hut nipr-uslm; bl conscience
piote crooked, whit then
I'loaii up jour own hnckjard lias al
ways been tin- uriliT of the authnil
tics. lint this time they will mm; tint
oii tin It eir thu gcncr.il public know
(ho reason why
Certlllmtes of litno nombflnj
handed to the United States Senators
iirn very pleasing, provided thoy 'ilo
not represent 11 determination' to al
low an few ch inges ns possible la t!io
membership of thn Senate while thu
margin of control Is stub a doubtful
Itplt he trim tli.it thn nppolntnmit
llin (imcrnor will lie delujod until
after the Territorial convention to
elect delegates to the lteiulillcaii Na
tional cometition Is helil, then the
Tenltory may lie ilue for a first class
row In which the IleputiUc.ins will he
111 danger of adopting Peniociatic
Willi the Inter-lHliiiul Stenm
thlp Company, the only controlled
tiniispnrtalino couip.my In Ma
wall, the mei chants of the city
publicly leipichted the Delegate
not to press for the control of tlio
coiniiilsslon, although the repre
sentatives or the riillro.ul with
whom the Governor Is connected
by ties of marriage urged the Del
egate to secure such control Ad
vertiser. Of course the Adertlser can bo ac
cepted as tlio unquestioned 0iricl.1l or
gan of thn railroad Interests. And It
Is to bo congratulated 011 Anally tell-
Ing tlio truth. When the subject of
the extension of tlio Interstate Com
merce Commission control to the
steamship lines of this Territory was
under discussion, tlio railroad Inter
est, for which tlio Adveitlser espec
ially speaks, porously disclaimed
having doTio miythlng to bring the
subject beforo the Delrgnto or Con
gress, FROTECTINGJlllO'S RIGHTS.
Tho peoplo of the Territory of Hn
wall me to be congratulated In hnv
lug the leadership and control of tlio
Harbor Commission in the hands of
men who can bo noltlier bluffed, fooled
The exhibition thnt Is now being
made, by Manager Thurston of tho
llllo Hallway Company Is 11 final show
down In this Instanco of the bulldoz
ing mid browbeating to which men in
tt, Mr. Clarence Sister In, Cionrglo?
rleorelo Klin's either In ,11 Imllu-
t nosed. I fnriret which.
A. I mil, nitolnlil.il. Ill itnn..lni.iil
iri . I-.HI . linilllllU, llll HI 1'UI I I1I1.-III
Biorej iiuvo you anyiuiug iu Keep
hair fioni fulling?
Clerk llalrpliiB, two counters to
tho light, mndam.
Wllllo Maniii, If wo uro tempted
and pray for forgiveness, does It. make
knitted II the Potlothce tt llnrtoialo
it fcot)1ltM matter
JANUARY 19, 1912
public olllcn will be subjected If they
Iiiip the tcmerlt.v to refue the fnMirs
that are wanted
Mr Thurston hnvlng been check
mated at everj point In tbe effort to
Ket a prefeientlal strangle hold on tlio
whnrfugo facilities of the future liar
bor of llllo, now makes tt Ills busi
ness to sit through 11 session of tlio
Harbor Commission mid loudly de
claim that the majority of tlio Harbor
Commissioners lire doing their utmost
to assist the Inter-Island Steam Nav
igation Company. Thnie Is mi doubt
ol the Impression to bo gained from
his Innuendo but when called to ac
count on this point, he says hn didn't
1111 an It, and then goes right alone do
ing thn same thing over again,
Appaienlly the manager of tlio llllo
Hallway cannot bear tlio thought of
pi in ceding on n basis of equality for
all common carrfcts. He Is so taken
up with this Idea, that lie throws ills
action to the winds mid while evi
dently Intending to present his own
Interests as being subjected to mnr
Uriloiu Is overwhelmed with rngo and
uttnckB the good fnltli of the coin
iiilsslon with reckless charges of what
amounts to favoritism for water trans
If the Mnal agreement with tlio llllo
Hallway for the construction of the
llllo wharf, and thu regulations for
governing the same nro completed
without containing 11 Joker that will
give Thurston wliat lie wants. It will
not bo the fault of tlio man who is
nttncklng the commission. ,
W. 0. SMITHJBOOD ADVICE.
Hon. W 0. Smith bus recently writ
ten n letter to the M.tul Times, from
which the following extract 1 pub
lished editorially by the Maul paper:
"Newspapers am powers for
good or evil, and here It seems
especially Importnnt that tho pa
pers should endeavor to maintain
tho right feeling butween tho dif
ferent races of people who pinko
up tlit? community of these Is
lands l',er thing which tends to
create race prejudice or conflict
should bo discouraged.
In political matters the Ila.vnll
1111s and whites have In tlio main
worked together ery well, and
any unfair criticism In regal d to
the competency of Ilawnllans to
exercise the right of frnnrhlso
should bo rebuked, Kalr mid Just
criticism Is not only desirable, hut
n duty, I refer to this becnuso
there nro romo white men, main
ly new-coiners, who Imvo been
unfair In their criticism mid bno"
done more or less harm.
I do not Imagine It Is necessary
for mo to mention these fuels sib
you are doubtless well nwaro of
them, but I mn much Impinssed
with the Importance of seeking lo
maintain n Just mid proper pub
lic senl'ment upon theBo matters.
(Signed) W. 0. SMITH.
All that Mr. Smith says of he Im
portance of maintaining a right feel
ing between tho races of tills Terri
tory Is true. Wo ngrco with him that
any unfair criticism In regard to tho
competency of Ilnwnllans to oxorclso
tho rlnht of franchlso should bu ro
huked, Sometimes wo uro doubtful that Ilia
chief offenders are "mainly ntw com
ers." F01110 of Mr. Smith's nssoclntcB
can hit it up pretty lively when tlio
It all right?
Mothei Yes, dear.
Willie Then I will pray; tho
huckleberry pie In the pantry Is nil
"Why do you always loll peoplo to
glvn up tho things they most enjoy?"
"HeeniiBO," leplled the physician, "I
am pietty sure they won't do It. And
thou If they don't recovor thoy cun't
i ' ' '" '
llrtwallaiis do not follow thvlr dlicc
tlons, nnd wo wonder why no men
tion Is ninde of tho fact that somo of
the harshest nnd most unfust crit
icism of tlits character has como from
l)r, Scudder, pastor of Mr. Smith's
QUESTIONS OF POLICY AT STAKE.
"Kuhlo's charges cannot go by ile
fmilt," is tho curious statement of tho
Advertiser, theicby i.ssumlng by In-
feienco thnt a danger of tho dct'.ult
Wo (iiiinot Imagine n tlefau't 011
this (tiiesi.cn. Tlio c lily dnnger n
this iroio l'es Is th3 pkslbly iinrfunj
IjI) ihnr.ictcr of il.e Invo'jtlg.iliou
Nor ran wu imagine scch n thins ns
tho lielrgtto to Con stess resliinlilg liU
pxillou vllhout first going uifuru do
peojila to leiirn w..Pli.er llioj wutit
him retired. '
In fact tho main point at Issue Is
whether It Is to the best Interest of
tho Territory to allow this whole
pioposltlon to he carried Into the Tcr
iltorlal election mid n straight out
election Issue mnilo of the contest be
tvuen the (lovoruor nnd tho Delegnle.
SI1.1II tho breach bo widened or shall
tho rresldcnt take n piM'.lloli that will
lend lo pacify tho contending ele
ments? These nro tho questions thot
must bo answered on matters of pub
As concerns the statements mndo
bv the Delegoto legarillng particular
nnd general sugar plantation Intel -osts,
wo doubt If nny of lliem nro
more vicious or lll-iidvlsed or 1111
trilOiful than Imto nppeaied In the ed
llutlal colffmns of tho Advertiser from
ll.no-to timo. Coming from thnt
j-om-co they lmo ieeeled no general
TO EWA ROADS
John Travis, ro.ul supervisor for I'.wa
district, has ninde n, report to tho
Hoard of Supervisors thnt during the
month of lVcember he repaired 702
feet of rond liy a coating of macadam
nt an average cost of 1.274 per foot.
The main part of the work was dono
nt Tuknl. .
Travis reiorted today that (ho city
and county had lost one true nnd tried
servant In n mule which passed lo tlio
equlno licmeii lust month
Tim ro.ul cniiiiuUtee has been ordereil
to net upon the pitltlon of residents ot
dullck nenuc, who clnlm thnt since n
strip of lnnil jvns Klven the county somo
two enrs ago nothing has been dono
towards making It Into a creilltnltla
street. It Is said that but twenty-four
feet of tho proposed thoroughfare has
been graded or macadamized. Tlio
road Js now considered a menace to
Tho second reading of proiosed
nmeiiilnients to the building ordinances
came up at noon today.
JUDD TO INSPECT
LAND UP FOR LEASE
Land Commissioner Charles S. Judd
loft this morning on n visit of Inspec
tion to the land nt Lellelum that tho
Dowsett company wantB to lease for
n furthpr period of time from tlio gov
ernment. Ho will lool over the ground In
question nnd will h shown the boun
daries and given the necessary data
by a member of the firm.
Wi extend o matt cordial
Invitation to oil Interested
In pure milk to visit our
depot on 8her!dan street.
In this depot Is handled
all the milk distributed by
us, and the visitor can tee
In the extreme cleanliness
here Jlhe idea that we are
enforcing at every contrib
Ovn a home In the College Hillt tub
orb. Modern Improvement", at hand.
Ten-minute car tervlce) gait eleetrlo
Unlit! city water. Close to Oahu Cot
32 Lots Only for Sale
Easy terms 1-3 cath, 1-.1 one year,
1-3 two yean. Interest at 6,
On Listed Stocks and Improved
Real Estate. We buy and tell
8tockt and Condi and make In
vestment! for other In approved
WC SHALL DE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd.
924 BETHEL 8TREET
Tho public hearing called In connec
tion with tho proposed extension of
lllshop streit ami tho closing of Union
street will stnrt nt 2 o'clock In tho
Senate Chnmbir this afternoon.
A conference wns held between tho
Oovernor, Unix it Hhlngle, 1'reder
Iclt K Sticre, A. N. Campbell and Ku
pcrlnttnduit of l'ubllc Works Mnrxtnn
Campbell as to whellur thtro would bo
sulllclent money on hand to pay tho
damages awarded In tho condemnation
The riowrnnr when questioned this
morning Mattd Hint lie presumed there
would be enough money, lint beyond
that ho would not sny anything.
II. It. Jordan has been nppnlnted ns
clerk to Attorney I.ymer, who took J
charge of the Hoard of Health legal
Real Estate for Sale
, n 1 3
An opportunity for the investment of $2000 In a houte
and lot in good neighborhood. Pays 10 net.
Our Puupueo Tract Lott offer the home-builder a better
selection for toll, elevation and general detlrablllty than any
other lott In Manoa Valley, Our prices are reasonable)
our terms liberal,
Punchbowl 8lope 3 Bedroom
Young Street 2 "
Manoa Valley 2 "
Oeretanla Street 3
10C0 FORT STREET '
The Office of the
It open until eleven each evening for
the receipt of thtpt' mestaget
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNER8
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Dlthop Street Young Hotel Building
Accurate plantation statistics In
"Amei lean-Haw all," tho Kvenlng
Hit Hot ill's 11)12 Industrial lMltlmi,
nro published In table form, Tho
plantation .articles tire about dlstlnc
llo features found on tho different
sugar piopcrtlcs of Hawaii, described
nnd Illustrated so thoy will bo of In
tercst mid value to both tho local and
mainland leader. '
Tho section devoted to American
business Interests, other than thoao
connected with tho main Industry, nro
now features in tho special Issue. IMc
Hires or oilier matter Intended for In
sertlon should bo sent in nt once.
The Japanese Druggist Association
Is taMng steps to place before Its
members the fullest nnd latest Inform,
nllon In connection with tho laws re
latlng to tho Importation of drugs Into
the Territory, Food Commissioner
Kdwnrd I), lllunchnrd Is to ha the
guest ot honor nt the dinner follow,
lug tho nnnunl meeting ot thn nsso
elation tonight and will outline the
main matters to ho nvolded In tho im
portation ot drugs.
,'., 50 00
aamkit . 1 AaaVrtt-.
SPOKING OF CANDIDATES.
1 1 1 i
.1. Jf. IION.NKTT
1'or Supenlmirs (7)
c. 0. iiAUTUrrr,
.IAS. II. 1IOYD,
A. 1). qASTUO
1:. .v. lMMiTiirrr,
('. II. COIIKK,
MA UK HimiNSOX, Jr.,
Kin:n c. SMITH
13. H. ,WOI)i:ilOU8K
I 1 t 1 I
Under tho heading "Ily Way of Sng'
gestlon" Hie Advertiser In Its edit'
orlul column prints tho following:
What Is tho matter with this for n
"Cliontcr Honolulu TltkiM.?''
For .Mayor J. M. I)0VSi:TT.
For City Attorney C. (3. HITTING.
For Treaturer C1IA11LK3 11US-
For Sheriff Wll.l.t AM 1'. JAU
HKTT. For Deputy Bherirf CIIAUI.138 II.
For Auditor JAMI3S IHCK.NIM.U
For City Clerk 1). KAl.AUOKA
1 For Biiponlsors-IOIIN WATKU-
iiousi:, w. 11. mcci.i:i.i.an, 11. vox
DAMM, A. I). CASTItO, H. II. WODK-
iioimi;, john nudiilis, i.i:sti:ii
Two IhlngB nro notnblo In this mig
geidon from tho mnrnlni; iinner.
. First, It agrees with tho nomination
of J. M. Dowsett for Maor. Theio Is
no general disagreement over tho fact
Hint Mr Dowsett Is -tho man of tho
hour nnd can bo elected.
Second, It doen not find 11 plnco for
11 slnglo Ilawall.in-Anierleiin on the
list of Supervisors. This ot course
makes tlio complete Supervisor list
It Is not tho province of the Dili lo
ll n, however, to criticise the sugges
tions. What wo nlm to do. Is keep tho
peoplo thinking about tho uU-lmport-nnt
topic of the hour. And the prompt
nspoiiso shows tho peoplo willing to
tnlk, and If they talk they wllj soon
get down to tho brass lacks of rnro
ful deliberation and sensible conclu
sion. As frequently pointed out by
this paper, 0110 of tho great r.tflKiiltles
Is tho tendency to lenvq o-or tiling to
the last moment mid then go nit half'
cocked nnd end In n factional low.
Tho lln lie tin believes Hint the
main facfor Is to securo' tho p.-oper
men for, nnd the proper hal lining of,
tho offices of Mayor and Supervisors,
Olven tnorouRhl;' competent inon In
thoso positions, the bnlnneo cull be
handled, this too on tho very theory
of municipal cnmnilsslon government
which t'c Advertiser lin rchociitul
Tick your own locality for 11 homo
and call 1111 tho Island Investment Co
Ltd., phono 1884, 103-4 Stungenwald
building, and havo It suit ou. Costs
Tho Oovernor has granted chnrters
to two churches, 0110 on Hawaii and
the other on Maul. Thn Hist church
has two branches, namely Mokual
kauii nnd Helnnl while tho second
which Is nt Ilium, Maul, Is known nt
tho Witumiultiii church.
A verdict for $47..r.O wns brought
In by the tilnt Jury this morning In
ttiu pa.A nf Klnilrn Johnson acntnst
Chock Lcong for trespass. Tho mat
ter wns up hcroro Judgo Coopor In tho
Circuit Court. Attorney Andrewn ap
peared for tho plaintiff nnd Attorney
Andrnilo for the defendant.
FOR PHOTOS, POST CARDS
In Paper, Cloth, Leather and
Burnt Leather Covert All Sizet
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
IN COrj.KY PRINTS
PACIflC PICTURE FRAMINQ CO
17 Hotel Streit
toLjKAAj . v .'
House nnd I.0J,, Palnma 1,050
lloo'o nnd I.nt, 1'nlamn 2,000
1Ioii.il) nnd I.nt, rnhiinn r 1,200
Housn nnd Lot, Asylum Ilnnd.. 2,500
lluslnefs l'roierly, Queen nnd
Ilulhllng Lot, lleretnnln Street.. 35,000
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second floor, Judd Building
The New High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street
1158 FORT STnr.HT rHONR 3601
Regal Shoe Store.
IIAXZA1 SHOi: STOHE
llerelaiiln Slrrrl, Xwir Xiiiianii
IIOMII.UI.U, II. T.
Cook a 1 c
With UA J
Likely It's a pretty good watch,
too but you turely aren't going
to expect It to run a lifetime
That's unreatonable and you'll
find It cottly, too. ,
Because no watch can go on for
years neglected without wearing
We've a repair department hera
walling to give you the best
possible tervice In keeping your
Timepiece running tmooth and
Hand it In and let us take a look
at it, anyway.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.