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rVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY, JAN. 29, 1912.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
, CO., LTD., at Kerr Building. Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
Oaily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Tenitory ol Hawaii.
vvai.i,ack R. Fakrini; ton, - Editor
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Wc can not bcivo Gnrl and mammon, but we can serve
Gocf with mammon. Spccr,
Announcement, by the Secretary of War, of the military
program for this island is most significant of the Govern
' mail's intentions. It should also suggest to this community
that any movement on its part that would tend to throw the
lines of communication between this port and the mainland
into the hands of alien interests ,must be rated as more than
a doubtful proceeding.
If you want to get the news and get it first, read the
Bulletin. An afternoon paper last Saturday devoted a
large part of its first page to the story of the proposed Oahu
College gymnasium, and the Rip Van Winkle of local journal
ism woke up yesterday morning and repeated it. The Bul
letin first gave out this news on Wednesday, October 25,
and has referred to it from time to time since.
Incidentally, the morning paper today published a reprint
story, on a cooperative pineapple cannery. The story was
taken from a Maui paper, which in turn, got it from the
Bulletin of last Tuesday. Now the morning' paper pub
lishes il practically word for word a it was originally given
out by the Bulletin, and publishes it moreover, as its
HAWAII AND PRESIDENT TAFT.
Editor Evening Bulleti n: I see that you disap
prove the idea of Delegate Kuhio working up an anti-Taft
delegatoin to the National Republican Convention. I would
like to know for whom the Bulletin stands in this nation
al program. Who docs it wish to see nominated on the Re
publican national ticket?
Honolulu, Jan. 27, '12. OLD SUBSCRIBER.
That is a fair question. The Bulletin is for Taft.
This paper believes that Mr. Taft is the only man who
has ever held the office of President who personally knows
and fully understands the situation in the Pacific. We be
lieve he is a good President for the Nation as a whole.
Hawaii cannot sit in ilirinmont nn nil tlm note nf nmiccinn
and commission committed by Mr. Taft since he has been
in office. It is the duly of the Republicans in this part of
the country to draw their conclusions on whether Mr. Taft
or one Of his known nnnnnpnt? will hnet enmn Amnl.; :
j tcrests in this part of the world.
pan hn lint linn nndiinn
The Bulletin confesses to a great admiration for
Senator La Follette. He has solved in his own State many
problems that are now National issues. Hon. James R.
Garfield, another Progressive, made the best impression in
Hawaii of any Government official' who has ever visited the
islands. He fairly oozed efficiency and energy. The Bul
letin likes Kent and Murdock, Norris and the rest.
m But the fact still remains that the attitude of the Progres
sives as thus far expressed is absolutely ruinous to the fut
ure of Hawaii and American interests in the Pacific. They
want to kill Hawaii to cure its ills. Generally speaking the
caders of the Progressives arc against the protective tariff;
they believe in the reduction of the army, and they can't en
thuse over the navy. They cry out against any ship subsidy
that is practical for building up the merchant marine in com
petition with foreign lines. They have a lot of interior
statesmen who do not seem to realize that the United
States of America has a waterfront.
Perhaps they are not all that they seem, but that's the
way they size up from this distance, and from the meas
ures they are supporting or opposing.
President Taft on the other hand rings true on every point
affecting American interests in the Pacific. He has been in
this part of the world and knows the great future that is
before us. He understands that. the United States by a
weak policy can lose, at this stage of the world's history,
prestige that will require years and perhaps wars to regain.
ai one time Mr. I ait, being
J EVENING SMILES
MW"'"Avtny smart costumes nt tho fly 1 first nlaeo."
"Awfully smart costumes nt tho fly
Wtlo thcio? And whom did you nro
"N'obiidv. I wasn't koIiiv In take off
my hut tu tou u couple of aeroplanes!"
"Aio von liitorpsted In the recall?"
jr'."Not yet," replied tho Imhltiml ran.
gitldate, i'WIinl I nin Interested In Is n
llneaiis of fjottliifi. soiiiovvlicro In Hie
nie?M it iht fnsiortiit At Hnnrm-lo
JANUARY 20, 1912
As this paper sees it there
human, was nettled at the
"Tho railroad luminous Is pretty com.
"Yes," lupllcti tho tinielliig inaii, 'i
don't eitpposQ 1 ovor will bo utile to
l.ndoi stand why two towns that lo.de
hi close together on a railway map
got to far nmt vihon I hoy como o
nionsnro up thP distance with a mllo
ugo hook." . ,
attitude of Hawaii on the Philippine tariff. For this reason
some of our people speak of him as unfriendly. It is about
time they should forget that idea. The Philippine tariff has
been accepted and Hawaii hot only still lives but the cause
for Presidential prickly heat has ceased to exist.
Now the question arises whether Republicans in Hawaii
arc to act on the facts as they appear to Americans in Ha
waii and the Pacific or are supposed to pass judgment on the
whole United States.
If Mr. Taft had done anything radically 'and viciously
wrong there could be but one answer to this question. We
should join with the decent men of the mainland and assist
in ousting him.
But we must admit there is at least'an honest difference of
opinion on this point.
We know Mr. Roosevelt is disappointed in Mr. Taft and
Roosevelt was and is a good friend of Hawaii. Wc know
that Mr. Taft is being most generously attacked and seems
to have lost some friends. This is hard to understand.
But is this any reason why we of Hawaii should desert Mr.
Taft when we know that so far as American policies in the
Pacific are concerned he has been ABSOLUTELY RIGHT?
It won't be bo very long befmo Ho
nolulu vv 111 ' lioioino necustomed to
having wurshlpB In poit the jear
Now tluit tlio ton n Is Idling uii
with tourists JiiHt bear In mind how
ilillckly an tlittiK bringing on n port
iiuarnntlno would clean It of tourists.
I lien resolve to liulp rattier tliiin bin
der the sanitation campaign,
Should It make tlio mistake of ent
ering the political Held again tlio Civic
Federation l dun for a short mid
quick HiiIhIi. Onco ou turn a wortby
organisation with n work to do Into a
factional, combination of IJunkldnodles
and ltlil-glovcd blackmailers, that or
ganization Is duo for tlio rrcnmtory.
'If inly citizen thinks that there In
any question mora serious than tlio
proper government of tho public
school by tho selection of tlio best
qualified men as members of tho
Reboot committee, then that citizen
must think there Is something inoro
valuable than a child," Is tho way tho
Iloston American puts It when ap
pealing to tho voters of tlio city of
Iloston. That declaration could strike
homo In Hawaii to good purpose.
Now that tho last of the bank
statements for the semi-annual per
iod Is published and the record is a
most remarkablo one, all up and down
the lino, It Is quite proper for tho
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n to remind Its readers
that the best returns on money In
vested luivo como ft f mi tho Invcst
ments'mndo In Hawaii's homo secur
ities. This Is not saying "I told you
," but nicicly lcmlndlng the people
of Honolulu who sent their money
abroad that we nro bating nlco
Harry Corson Clarke and his com
pany will begin at tlio Opera Hoiibo
what promises to bo tlio most notablo
dramatic engagement hero in 5 ears.
As an Instance of how tho city has
como to tho support of the manage
ment In its undertaking In furnish
Honolulu hUh-cIass amusement, tlio
following lift of season-ticket holdcic
shows that tho efforts are appreciat
ed, ami what u nii'ublo part society
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 see
in the extreme cleanliness
here the Idea that we are
enforcing at every contrib
Ijiriln Andtows, Or. C, 11. Cooper
and wife, II. C. Caiter and wife, Hub
ert Cation, Charles . Clillllngwnrlli
nml wire, i:. A. Dotithltt and wire. Ilr.
Krcnr nnd wife, II. S. Oray, I)r Her
bert, 11. .M. Hepburn. Paul Iscnbcrg
mid purty. M. (1. Johin-ton, K. Austin
Jones, John Kldwell, It, Lowers mid
parly, James McCnlulless and party,
John McC.tndlcsg nnd party, Jns. I
McLean, A. SI. Nuvvell, Miss lleton
North. J. A. Palmer and parly, W, 0.
Parke, Dr. J. 8. Pratt mid wlfo, Hon.
Alox. Robertson nnd wife, (1. K. Itcn
tiin, Charles Htanlon, Hnbt. Shingle
nnd party, Frank Thompson, wlfo and
luuty, E. I). Tcnney mid party, I,. A
Thurston and paity, Julius Unger and
wife, Arthur Wall and wife. Win. Wal
ters mid wUo V. L, Wnldtiui nnd
wife. Hear Admiral Thomas and p.i.
ty, Clovcrnor Kicnr nnd party, Mr.
Oourtenay, W. 1). Adams nnd wife,
Enill C. Peters und wife, V. II. Mr.
Sloclier, .Mr. and Mrs. H. Arong, Mr
und Mrs. Mluton, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.
Kvans, Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. M. Olffaid,
Mr. Our Schaefcr, Mr Walter Kendall
and party, Mr. Oliver Ionising and
party. Mr. Walter Dillingham ami par
ly, Miss Smlii ami Henrietta Smith
Tho Territorial Messenger Service
lias moved frgm Its old location to ouu
door above on Union street and will
stay there until tho now building is
completed nnd will then return to tho
I Manuel Peter started the messen
ger service twelve years ago nnd luisf
occupied tlio same quarters over since.
The sorvico was started with two
boys. Today It employs nlno boys,
,111111 the business also Includes n par
.cel delivery and mi elllclcnt guldo ser
vice. It nlBo holds the agency for the
Young Hotel laundry.
Tho guide service nims to help vis
itors to enjoy a brief stay In Hawaii
mid tu spend their time pleasantly mid
lit the same time profitably.
Deputy Attorney (lencral William
II. I.ymcr has Died a motion In tho
Circuit Court asking that a d.ito bo
set for the hearing of tho enso of tlio
Territory against W. I Dowers for
Infringement of tlm health' laws.
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES ANO'DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Young Hotol Building
Real Estate for Sale
Palolo iliil slope
llulldliiB tot on tho rldgo of l'a
lolo, nlTordlng a view of Ho
nolulu Harbor und W'nlaluo
lljy (700 00
Deslrablo building silo on Natu
lan! Drive, I'.alllu Heights, ...ISOO 00
Koliala Ileach Kurnlslictl house
l'useauon April 1, 1912 $t500
I'enliiHuIu I'lirnlshed houao.
Possession ut onco., 1 75 00
WHY PAY RENT
when it is economy to buy?
HOMES FOR SALE
4. Small S-rooni luulse mid 2 acres land, 1'alolo $2,000
7. Six-room buiigulow, Kslniukl 3,300
9. l'liur-rooin new Cuttuge, Piilolo Hill 1,800
11. Six-room house, Kihnukl 3.200
12. Six-room city biuigutow 5.000
Hi. i:iKlit-riHim dwelling, College Hills 6,000
18, "Six-room house, College Hills 3,750
23. Six-room bouse, clly, leu-id lit $120 a year 4,000
21. Highl-room dwelling, city ,.4,000
25. Seven-room home, Young street 3,200
.11. I'ive-rnoin bungalow, Yojng street exli-nilo 3,750
39. Ten-room home, lot 137x290, city 7,500
12 rive-room home, Kallhl ,...2,200
H. Hlx-rooin cottage. Voiing street extension ...4,200
1.1. Mano.i bungalow und G-ncrc lot 6,000
10. Six-room bungalow, 1'llkol street 6,100
19. Six-room Collcgo Mrrct home 4,000
SI. live-room Knliiiukl home 4,250
f2. Six-room home. King street 3,500
S3. Six-room l'uuniil home 4,500
51. Two houses, leased ut $180 per year, on Hotel street
near Hxccullvo llulldlng 4,500
55. I'ulolo Valley home, 5 rooms 2,200
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
Oahu furnished tin; sensation of the
uiaikct today, jumping up to :(3.7fi
mid then to $3G a share on tho minor
of u stock dividend. Tlio rumor was
not delluite, but It seems to liavo
enough basis fur wise investors to
bnnk on, and 'though tlio bales vvero
not very extensive, tho afternoon nnd
tomorrow morning ought to dovelop
It was a busy Monday for the
brokers. Mcllrydo's steadily-Improving
prospects have kept that stock
active, and Pioneer, after passing tho
active, nnd Olan, after passing tho
six-dollar niaik, sold rapidly dm lug
the morning session of the exchange
at JB.2.1. Tho reports of generally
rich juices all over the Islands are
making many stocks eioop up a little.
Hawaiian Commercial Is In demand
ut $13, a number of transactions hav
ing been closed at that figure. One
sale of Wal'ilita wus mado on tho
board at $I2.'..G0.
Sec our new Sepia and
Colored Island Views
AU IL i I
MESSAGES TO FRIENDS AT SEA
Ulllcu Is open for ships' iiiessages.uutll
11 every night
(Continued from Page 1)
tho Peiiuijlvaiil.i, while Admiral South-
crlnud will rnlM; the two-staired bluo
Hag on the California, keeping her us
llagHblp of tlio licet.
The California, West Vlrglnla.'Soutli!
Dakota mid Colorado went to sen this
morning, to put In a four-day jieriod
of drills and Inspections under way,
nnd gun-pointers' pr.ictlso In prepara
tion for spring turgit practice.
The West Virginia bad somo dllll
culty In getting clear of the dock nnd
worming her wuv out without bitting
the luarlno railway, but she llniilly
iiMinaged tho dltlleult maneuver with
out neeldent. The California scraped
tho end of the navy dock with her
stern, nnd knocked uwny n fender and
part of tho string piece. I
Tho California will bo back Thiirs-i
day, plans being mado for n big mln- '
strcl show on board that night. Whetli- i
er the nthir ships will come Inside nt!
tho sumo time Is not announced.
Cabled news' was received in tlio.
city today by W. 11. Castle of the I
death In l'ittsllcld, Mass., of 1). M. '
Collins. Mr. Collins was married to1
a Miss Hydo, who wns at one time a
teacher at Puliation. Ho Is also re
lated to Mr. V. J. 1-owrcy, Mrs. W. I
Mooio and Mrs. W. II. Castle.
Applicants for the position of pilots
for thu port of Honolulu are hereby
notllltd that tho examluatloni will tako
place In tho Senate chamber of the
Capitol Building at 10 a. in., Tuesday,
Chnlrninn of tho Hoard of Harbor Com
missioners, We have a complete tine, In
cludinQ all the latest models of
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
" v, ,' " J
in ropi.nv pniNTS
PACIFIC PICTURE TRAMINO CO
17 Hotel Street
In nil probability thu examinations
for tho Hoard of Health limpet torn on
their knowledge of Held work Will
start tomorrow. 'Ibis uriuiiKimeiit la
only u tentative one, however, as tlio
lluul nrrungvmvnts have not jit been
President Pratt was busy this morn
ing trying to sec nil tho-u who uro to
comprise tho examining board. It
they can gtt uwny, tlio exams will start
early tomorrow morning und continue
right throughout the day., It Is thought
that tho miu will nil be thiougli by
The system of marking that Is In
vogoo throughout the examinations Is
the fnlrcpt tb.it can be workid out. Ill
order to pass, ovtrj man must uver
ngo 76 per cent. This does not liieuii,
however, that the total number of
marks obtained III cmcIi branch of tho
mibjoa will be ndded up and thu uv
erngo struck from this.
In the eiue of tho written examina
tion where u man showid weakness In
some particular phase of the work bu
was particularly tpicstloitcd along thnvj
Hues during his oral cxnmlnatloii. In
luoxt cases It wns found that the men
knew the subject but fulled to express
themselves properly. In thlt way most
of the men were able to pull thenisclvei
up and retain the neceMiry average.
When It comes to n matter of tlio
Meld work, this will bo tnken not on
Itself nlone, but In conjunction with
tho previous results obtained In tho
written nnd oral examinations. Kiir
tiur than tills a man's record will ulso
bo taken Into consideration
(Continued from Pane 11
numerous small posts, which although
neccssniy In tho time of Indian war
fare, nro now only a drain on the na
Secretary Stlmsim's plan regarding
tho Philippines, according to Ills an
nul) rrport. Is to lcduco tlio number
of nignnl7utloiiB, but not tho number
or rifles liv taking awny somo of tho
regiments but recruiting those that re
main up to their" full war sticngth.
This would bo a distinct saving, ns It
v.'oiild greatly lcduco the number of
It Is generally ndmltted by military
authorities thnt the only wny to main
tain an efficient army Is to liavo the
troops together In largo bodies, u
that they can drill ns regiments mid
brigades, nnd even by divisions. Ono,
two ami thico company isists. of which
there mc so many In the states, nru
not In lino with modern Ideas.
Hut If Oahu Is to be nuido u ten or
twelvo regiment post, with necessary
auxiliary troops, It is more than piob
able that it will be raised to the dig
nity of a division or nt least to a
separato department, getting orilurH
from Washington direct, and not
through tho Western Division ns at
pvesent. Olllcers here urguo that
there will bo so much construction
work in progress, mid so many troops
to handle, that this" action will bo
lo Well Here.
"There Is no doubt but Hint Oahu
Is ono of tho best posslblo places for
the training mid nuurierliig of tioops,"
said Major Campbell, adjutant geueral
of tho department, tlils'inornlng. "The
climate Is healthful and tho cost of
maintenance, while slightly higher
than In tho States, Isn't as high as In
tho Philippines, while the cllmatu U
much hotter With tho Panama canal
and Pearl Harbor, two of tho govern
ment's greatest projects, Hawaii Is tlio
strategic point for u large body of
troops. Whether fifteen thousand men
can bo brought hero In a year Is an
other matter. They would probably
have to go Into camp, but there' Is
plenty of room at Scholleld, and tlio
men could live comfortably under
ennvns until permanent quarters nro
ready. This cllmato Is hard on
teiilage, however, and It would utmost
pay to build ttmpiirury cantonments
Clips and Saucers
for engagement prosents gladdon
tho heart of every prospective
We have them In all sites and
tt all prices.
A stroll through our Chlnaware
Department will be enjoyed by
H. F. Wi'CHMAN & CO.
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