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rVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.p 'SATURDAY, FEB. 10, 1912.
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NO TIIIRD PARTY
Honolulu doesn't need any more political parties.
Its citizens need to do more work wthin the organiza
tions now in the field. ' "
That the B u I le tin struck the keynote of the situation in
its editorial comment of Friday is evidenced by the large
number of prominent citizens NOT present at the confidential
mect'ng called in secret to discuss the citizens' third party
It is no surprise that Lorrin Andrews was there, but he
ought to know better than try to head a band of irregulars
in a Presidential year. Perhaps he believes lie is the best
man to convince the bad politicians that they should lead a
new life and start in all over again. He ought to know
But don't get mad because the others did not come. There
is lots of work hanging around loose for Andrews and all the
others who came or didn't come at his call. Don't talk too
much about the work; get out and do something.
One of the first things to bo done is to get the candidates
into ttie open so that the average citizen when going to the
primary will have some Idea ot what cand dates the dele
gates are to pass upon and if possible send to the nominating
conventions instructed delegations.
llegliiH to took uh though t lie fiov
vcmur would 'be Tlpe-iidlng the next six
mouthy replying to new sots ot
When the clllclency export gets
tliiougli with the municipality Itmust
not lie forgotten that the Territory
Isn't It atiout lime to think ot the
tent city to accommodate tmme of'oui
country H lends as well an the tourlHl.
ilurlnc the Floral Parade season?
That afternoon coiilhlenllul confub
might have well spent Its lime talk
In over whether a eltl.en can he foi
good government ami kI 1)1 he crazy.
Let them send the cruisers where
they are most neeiUid temporarily, so
long us they net the habit of regard
ing Honolulu as thtf permiinent head
luarters. 1'eihnps those confidential calls to
a private polltlcaU conference wen
merely summons" 'to listen to the
words of wisdom fioiii the morning
I How did it happen that they didn't
Iisk Hon. V. C. Ai'lii Into the secret
confab this cnr? Was he put on
the black list permanently when he
railed to KBpnnd In thu last caw-
Everything the Territorial govern
ment can do to rurther tho construc
tion of a llrst class dry dock for the i
port of Honolulu should be done. It
Is uood business to make this port at-,
What could bo better than Demo-
ncrallc primaries held on the auine
'day with tho Republicans. There
. would be less double voting though
live can hardly expect It to ho entirely
Just as if the opportunity did not
Sorter In either the Democratic or Ito-
Epubllcaii parties for any and every
(man to do all tho political work ho
Ecould lay his baud to. without form-
s."Vhat Is Hilly Hardatlt doing these
p. no . ,. . u.i,i,.
n.ivHr uuivou oiiii.iii-i".
nii l.n'a woiklni! his sou's way
through colleBo," suld llltlo lllnks.
"Ih them anytliln;: you ran do hot-
IP' . ... I. .,.
5,lt?r lUnil nilj UIIC fiuu I
, "Voh," roplloa t!ie small noy. "I kiii
'road my own'willnft" .
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Actreea: In this now play I am nun
by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
J WHUKt.Y MIU.I. H'll-N
rM S'i Mfrtitoi,. ,. ,,, m ,o
Per Vrt. itywben Hi U .. . I.hi
fei Year ny-h.-T a (;iiU. I.f-t-ii
Met Vtm imslHiM, tmirii . 2.i
merci. ! in PrwInttKc l II
R MfDiHl-clia trtfttlrr
FEBRUARY 10, 1912
Ing u Mutt society and culling It
"Kent of good goverilluent. '
Take the lazy niau'ri way of reduc
ing the churges on the water supplied
to HhlpH lit this port anil you'll have
an election Issue. Hank on It, the
imall householder will not ho arbi
tral lly Huddled with Increased water
expense without halnt; his lust say nt
This hlds fair to he u year of groat
prosperity, hut listen to the chief bon
ulolarles "holler" when It Is proposed
to have taxes levied on a husls that
will enable the Territory to do the
nrk it should and provide ample
funds for improvements bo sadly
One hundred thousand tourists is
by no means too large u limit for Ho
nolulu to expect If the people will
huvii the sense to get reudy tor thein
by cleaning "our town" and keeping
it clean. The one hundred thousand
fCuropcnu Immigrants will be here the
tlrst year after the canal Is opened.
Kiep tho town clean and continue
the light against the mosquitoes, and
there'll he no question of holding the
1 tourists the year 'round. It's tho inls
1 erable port quarantines that kill the
, tourist business thanks to the mis
guided ones, as Well us the mutts, who
jiefuso to keep their places clean by
I following the orders of the health
Tlio Attorney Ceuenil will luveatl
gate the Hpllllcaled telephone story
and llud nothing, absolutely nothing,
At the same time Col. McCarthy did
the only thing there was to do under
the clrciiiaslnnces. Anyone who
knows Honolulu will realize that to
let the Incident pass would have re
sulted In a crop of rumors running
all the way from u drunken debauch
to a story of a man having seen the
money pass over the telephone. Mc
Carthy nulled tho tumor on tho spot
and left It to the other follows to de
cide which Is the highest ranking
member of the Auunuhis society.
posed to die of a broken heait. Now
.now am i 10 iinow now a person wuu
i . . . ...
a biohcii huuit behaves?
M.-iiirii'i.r - I'll t.'ll i-mt u.lir.1 v.iii .1,1
stllly ,, .,iimr 1)f ie pi. au,.r B
su-oH your llrst lehearsal,
rimiin u iia i ninni, uniiw,
I I'llend on next stieet:
muiiu: i near yon nuvu n yoiiiictnut
"l '"r 'ts"-
i nintui: urtMi ncuu: luii you iiu;u
- It that tar?
POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS.
Starting with one experimental post
nl savings hank In each of the forty
eight States ami Territories one year
ngo, after a ciireful test for four
months, Postmaster General Hitch
cock rapidly extruded the system un
til How, he tells us, the depositories
are attached to .11 S." postolllces and
preparat loiis arc under way to estab
lish the banking service in about forty
thousand fourth-class others tha( do a
money order business.
.Mr. Hitchcock Is on record ns say
ing that only such postolllces lire sel
ected ns depositories that hne a rec
ord for elllclent inanagement. He
hhds that the savings deposits have
Kept pace with the extension of the
s)Fl(iii. At the end of the II rut month
the total amount in the forty-elgnt ex-
erluieiital olllces was u trille In ex-c-ts
of $fiil,)0. In six months the
di oslts had Increased to $G7'J,UU mid
now after a year of operation thu re
spectable total or IIS.uilU.MOU has been
reached. This sum lias been distrib
uted among 4000 national and idate
batiks, where It Is protected by bonds
deposited with the treasurer of tuo
rolled States. Says Mr. Hitchcock-;
"Assuming that the postal savings
system will bo extended to additional
olllces In accordance with .ireJent
plans, and that with tills extrusion
Hie deposits will continue to Increase
at the same rate ns now, It Is con
fidently predicted that from HO.Od'i.noo
to "',iii)ii,o(iii will have been taken In
by the close of the current fiscal year
At that time the Income of the iiystein
should he sulllclent to pay all operni-
Ing expenses. Including those nt the
icntral administrative olllces."
It Is the I'ostliiasler-Cienerars iie
llef that the greater portion if the
postal savlugH deposits represents
money that has been hoarded. lie
says that many patrons of the system
deposit the full amount permitted
under the law, $100 In eacli calelidir
month, until the maximum balance of
$.r0U Is reached. July I, 1011, thu lira:
Issue of postal savings bonds oc
curred, anil the amount of deposits
thus converted was $41,1)00. Of the
llrst Issue of bonds, 85 per cent, was
In nglatered form,, showing conclu
sively Unit the Intention of the purchasers-
was to retain tlio bonds for
permanent Investment and not to use
them for speculative purposes. De
positors of the system liavn applied
tor $4ll!,92il of the second Issue of
bonds. Of this amount $312,4811 were
In the registered class.
It Is Inloiesllng tinote tlia't "wlie're,
prior to the establishment of the post
al savings system, bankers looked
coldly upon the plan, a complete re
vulsion III Its favor Is now true or the
liuatichil Interests of the country. Mr.
Hitchcock Is quoted as saying that
IHisfmasters In many towns and cities
are now being petitioned by bankers
to use their Inttiieiicn for tho eslah
llshinent of postal savings depositories.-
To the present llmo nbout
Coin) banks have been authorized to
act nrf depositories for tint funds anil
receipts ure coming In nt the ralo id
n million dollars a weik.
Prizes and Favors'
TOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Young Hotal Building
W. extend most cordial
Invitation to .11 Interested
In pur. 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 the Idea that wa are
enforcing at every contrib
1-Vi'l poorly moat of tlw tlmo -Moumch
I nut nppptlto poor -ull
rutiilfiwii? You should try
nt once. It has helped thousands
who suffered from
anil will nld you, ton.
Kor Ralo bj Ilonsnn, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., Illlo
Drug Co. ntiil nt nil wholesale liquor
NEW PARTY GETS
(Continued from Pge 1)
or digging for blue gravel. Ilockus
looked lllio be was reaching for a
high .one at tenuis. John Klcmlnf;
shoutoil "live hundred for I'loneer,"
Alhciipl Waterliouse bolleieil "Rub
ber" mill Walter Dillingham asked If
they would "dredgo for Mill's". And
This reiKiit Is given rredenco be
cause when any or those who attend
ed the meeting arc asked what hap
pened, they only Inugh ami say that
.1. I Cooke was not ptesent thoimh
be was asked. K. I'axou lllshup was
not present and ho was asked, accord
ing to the record or tho mailing list
prepared for sending out the ciiciihn
let'er. Among Ihoso not present
weio quite a large number of other
luoinliietit citizens .' The olllchil oriran
of tho meeting was deciaicd to be
the Adveitlscr and It ruuirted Hint
iiuwiiii; menu uu none lqr 1110 piea
cut. Someone has sild jhal Andrews
was respuiisihlu ror the meeting and
had it called in W. It. fastlo's olllce.
hecmire W. II. Is such n good fellow
'.hat he will lake anom; In, isilltlcal
Tho most Impressive part of tho
mooting was the list or notables called
but who I Itl not come. It Is tho gen
eral feeling that people who want to
do politics for the benellt of the com
munity as a whole, have ample opKir
I unity to work and uoik hard within
the ranks or the legulais at tho pnr'v
The citizens' movement was ex
plained the oilier night by a gentle
man with Deiuocialle leanings who
said to a Itepuhllc.-iii that he thought
a community ticket wouhl ho the best
with everyone getting togethor. Tho
Republican leplled that ho thought so,
and asked why the Democrats did
not reruse lo put up a ticket and no
cop' the Republican slate, thus doing
away with parlies.
Aeordlng to good authority, the
"third-party mowmeiit" came out or
Real Estate for Sale
Modirn HiiiikuIow ami half acre of
land. Well liupioved Willi plants mid
Ilurgaln price ror quick sale.
Modern Huiigulow and 10,(100 sq. ft.
or laud In the Mnklkl Olatilct.
Cufh or instalments.
Wahihie ltd. and Uth Ave fir,
Matlock Ave 30
Kalal.aiia Ave I'll
Million Valley M
Wilder Ave to
Kalakauii Ave 45
U'amikl lleai I tn
I.nualllo .'it, opp, Kewalo M
1'ulolo 1 1 ill 135
Kahitla' Ileuch SS
Ml aatHiliiili MatMii
Nine Acres Land
Mellow, level land) rich noil, notonest
water at band. It surrounded by rap-lUly-fjrowinn
suburbs nt Katmuki,
Ocean View, Wainlao Heights, Palolo
Hill. Is alco suitable for residential
lots. This is an Ideal spot for truck
farming from the standpoint of both
toll and location. Price Is low.
rurntehed house on Green
Street $41 per month
House at Tregloan Place,
Beretanla Street, near
Altpal Street... $2D per month
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL 8TREET
tho meeting looking as If It had been
through u football rush under tho obi
rules. It was handed everything from
a solar plexus to a reverse Kiigllsb
Iwlst. Men who have played politics
and pla.veil squaio didn't exactly sou
what Lorrin Amlicws was dilvlng ill,
but If It was a third-party move, they
wore iiglu It and had good reasons for
assuming this position.
The oxpecled wave of publicity and
pro-arranged sipularlty that was to
have followed Ibis morning, did not
follow. It subsided with a gentlo
sound like the fading of u frail lizzie.
It Is believed that thu Republican
par'y Is still safe, In spite of the
gloomy forebodings of those who havo
scleral dull ami rusty axes waiting to
ho ground with Homebody else inur
ing on the water.
The Jacobsoii I Iron, are making a
good Impression on the public In their
new "Walk-Over Hoot Shop" on Hotel
street In tho I'aulheon block. Tho
Walk-Over shoe Is u standard shoo
with a leputatlou for lit and wear
Hint Is as high as the next.
I1 11 1 let I it ads boil lluilncss (.VI
ET o& enlarge from come of your
f Negatives on our new ROTO
receives by telephone, up to eleven ev.
try night, messages for your friends
at sea. Ring 1574 and give the mes
sage you want sent.
In future when ou happen Into u
saloon mid call for a glass of Pllsener
you will-1. now that the beer was really
made In Pllseii,, Austria. Likewise, In
the near future new names will appear
on the bottles that )uu tit accustomed
to claim v. your own special brand.
I-'immI Commissioner IMwanl It. Itl.m-
cbaid has received Instructions to
suing the axe ami Intends cairylug out
the order troiu bend otllcc.
M the present time It In said to he
ii favorite cuxtoiu for breweries on the
mainland to boll up a vat of beer and
label half of It I'll.-eniT or some other
Inline and the othu half with u dir-
feri nt brand. Now, however. Ibe edict
has gone foith Hint no more of the
flelliy Hold Is to be called lifter famous
brands iiiaiiufactured elsewhere. If the
beer Is made In I'llmii then It can be
called rllhcncr, but If It N made In
Last Hope, Ninth Pole, then It can only
he called I.axt llo r some other
mime that Is not that of a town or
Illaiichard hi lleves that Dili Ii only
the llrst or a series of moves along til"
same lines and that III a short time he
will receive Instructions regarding nil
the various hrnmls of beer that llnd
their way Into the Territory. He has
I n ordered lo hold up nil shipments
r I'llxcncr that do not hall from tb
Austrian town. The order Ii dated lis
from December III, 1!U1, so that It Is
111 full force now.
Puiul:'r nm' tiiioil Looking The
i; c il I n g II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Let us tell you of the iidvnn
lages of Kodaks with spiclal
lenm equipment iilid the Orallex
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COlM.nv VltlNTH
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINO CO
17 Hotel Street
NOT YET SURE
The executive ununlttre of the Hill
ITiiliinn or Honolulu held u mcctlm:
Init night nitd dhctisacil the ndvlsuibll
lt of supporting Ibe Mrlkcrs or Knliil
ltd. wdio lefu-ed to have anything to
do with the lo.idlnir of freight onto the
Ann rlrnn-llnwnlliili llmrs nt that port.
After considerable talk It was decld
'il tn leave the entire question to the
Kin nil tmi'tluir to be hi Id next Thurs
d.iv night. According lo I). Knlauoka
Inul Hr.. tie members of the executive
MMiinilttee decided that It Is not proper
for the llul Unburn or Honolulu to sup
port the strikers In Knhulul, ns they
lolled to notify the Honolulu uiilunlsti
llrt nbout their move. The matter,
therefore, will P taken up by the en
tire meet llU( next Week. .
The reports nf the otllcers were read
anil npprovil. It was decldeil to equip
the new heiidiiunrters or the llul Uni
on.! on Queen nnd Munnukcn streets
with furniture. Tills matter was loft
III the hand'' of President Kane.
'I hat although matters on Hawaii are
not as lluauclallv healthy us on Maul,
the lib; Pdanil Is holding Its own. Is
the decision arrived at by the (lovernor
alter perusing the statement of the
county's affairs which iiiubr the law
must be returned to bliu every year.
He has not completed the working
out of the llgiires, hut has been aide to'
Kel a good Idea iis lo how matters are
moving. "Although Hawaii Is not In
as rood it llnauc'iil condition as Muni,
like the smaller Ishinil there has been
a lino idernhle ill! reuse ill the revenue
ilui Ini: the last year, hut there has not
been, as 111 the ease of Maul, a decreaie
n the expenditure.
"AImi unlike Maul, there Is not a
large balance of cash on hand, sulll
clent lo carry them through until the
tuxes me paid. The county of Hawaii
has a more dllllciilt proposition, bow-
ever, owing to the Inrge amount of
coiiutty under Its jurisdiction, so that
while the expem.es are great the reve
lues nro not coirespondliigly great.
"Hilling the last year they have also
been especially handicapped by the fact
thai time was n debt of $r,7,000 at the
beginning of the year, which they have
succeeded ill wiping out anil have still
a little surplus on band. I hopo they
will be able. to go on Improving nnd
(nine out better at the cud of this
Theie Is to bo a special meeting of
the Hoard of Health this afternoon to
discuss the mutter or condemning
laud belonging to Manuel Hi Is. The
matter was taken up lit the meeting
of the board on Thursday when It was
decided to give him a hearing.
If tho weather holds up the board
will pay a visit to Waipahii, wheio
the members will go fully Into the
pins suggested by the Oahu Sugar
plantation ror a sanitation system for
Dim village. "
Hate ion bonks ) on mint bound,
ruling done, ur books made, semi them
In (he llul let In job printing ami
the repairing of fine jewelry with
valuable stones to inexperienced
Our Jewelers are men of many
Your fine rings, etc., are saf.
in oi. r hands.
II. F. WICHMAN & CO.