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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, FED. 13, 1912.
E V EN NG BlJ L17ETIN
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory ot Hawaii.
WALI.ACK R. FaURINUION, - ElMTOK
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ItVKMINO HUI .1 UMN I WHIIKI.Y UJl.l.H'f 1
fct Month, utttwhctr In U 1 .... ,7A frt Si M Mil At , .. .i
Prt (J imtfT. fmiwlirt 'nUS J.imi Pet Veil, anywhtic luU.1 I.m '
Pn i nvhi tnll S ... n.ihi Prt Vrt ftnywh n ( ftnadt lK
f Vft, mi Aid nititn . U.tMi Pet Wt l-oMpu'd tnttlfn J.t-wt
That the effort of I tonoliiln people dock lit Sim rriiliclsco; they cvrn
In giving Hii' last part) of Cleveland grieved the hospitable Californium by
, , ,. ,. ..'dilating mi the beauties of Hawaii, In-
globe-Lottcrs a r.l KO.nl tin,, .,Wr (f ,,, ,, ,,, ,,, of
fully appreciated. I tin pleasing i.ej,, ii,i-ii (Into.
lirmiRht back I'J tin ship's ultlecrs mid "Honolulu Dilute n great liiiprrs-doii
incentive stuff. Ily all accounts the on our lust parly, nalil oiu hi im
Irnvclcis lio sailed away a itumtliiiKo Hamburg-American representatives to-
carried with thrin tin Impression, that J dn "Leaving the feeling of liiwpl-
Hi,- l"t hail hem rocrved for tin Inst, tallty ami friendliness out of It for
mill that the brightest memory of tliolr thf tlmo being. It wub ci-rtalnly a good
trip woulil In- tin- two ila)s spent in iiusincss mnp m uirn 0111 sin ii ii rci-
Hupp) Hawaii rcxrntntlvo crowd of cltlrcn unci show
What Is ot lit more tu tin point, from nil the nttf-ntlnn to the passengers that
the standpoint of 1kI.uu! popnlarlt. the you illil. It wiiu line publicity, anil re- i
tourlV- illil not let the matter rent suited In the securing itf about f.ni)
with casual talk iiinniiR theinele llrxt-rlnni boosters ami traveling rep-
The' llomleil the nuill with postcards ropcntntlvcs of the -oininunlt."
whleh sung the prnl of Honolulu In' The lull to Honolulu was the one
pnwe anil pliture, they Khouteil their tuple of conversation all Hie way from
opinion of Honolulu'i- charm" the mo- here to San Pram-lsco, from all lie
inent they eaine within earshot of the i-inintH
meted il Ihi foalntttit t llnttnala
. monilliM mmlrr
FEBRUARY 13, 1912
Howevci biilliant an action, it should not be estimated
great unless the lesult of a cueat motive, LoRochctoucauld.
SUPPORT TAFT'S POLICY TOR POACH
President Talt believes tliat a commissioner sent to Hawa'i
to make a personal investigation is the only solution of the
Now Taft men, stand by.
You arc for the nomination and election of Mr. Taft. You
certainly must be for his policies !n Hawaii.
Mr. Taft is right. A Commissioner will solve the problem
in so far as it can be solved by the President.
The rest of it is up to the common sense of the citizens of
The Bulletin therefore suggests that the Taft men as
represented in the Taft League and out of it agree to this
proposition: t , -
Put the Kuhio-Goycrhorship matter up to the Commission
er and agree to stand by the conclusion of that Commission
er, accept his report as the President will undoubtedly do,
and let that settle it.
That is a far platform on which all should get together,
and it will incidentally solve a great many problems that are
seriously threatening not only the Republican party .of Hawaii
but the general welfare of the Territory as a whole.
If the Taft men are ready to support Mr. Taft and his pol
icies they should certainly be prompt and wiling in their re
sponse to accept the Taft plan for settling what has become
a very unpleasant episode in Hawaiian politics, an episode
that threatens to do more disrupting than can be patched up
in years of struggle against factionalism.
You must concede that Delegate Kuhio has some friends
and influence in Washington when the President of the United
States retrains from making an appointment against which
the Delegate protests and which the Secretary of the Interior
urges should be made immediately. So don't go to work like
children and think you can smash the life out of the Delegate
without his bringing the house down about your ears before
be qu'ts Congress. .
GREAT LINER PLEASES TOURISTS
The Cleveland will remain at Ala- with it corm (if assistants. Including
Ken wharf for rnrt'-clr.ht hours. Ilic I'. HrilHS, A. .lohimscn, 0. Stuak all'!
Brent Uncr In cant off .her lines nijil Id A. Kllptnullcr.
point her pimv .lap-inwards at' Iho Proiemor J. O.ilil Ih lender of n
D'rlnrk tomorrow evening. r flni- HtrltiKCil nrchostra which has
. i ii , ,i . ,.., phi) cd throughout tho vo ago at meal
VI" "M ll"- H" "-
The IiIr Ke eaine iiIoiirhIiIo Atakcn
wltatf with hut cry few eliatiKes In
1 .. l...n..i ...i i.m.itu W'lil In
'" "'L"1 '. ".i,: o ";' Amcrleah line stonmUhlp
I1IU V D" "-"'"I o.... "- -M , l..trtlu.. f(
IliU V- whvlPiuih
Kalihi lots for Sale
Near Kumehameha Schools we huvs
number of choleo lots for U at $450
and $500 each. These will be sold on
easy terms. Cash down $50, balance
on monthly Instalments of $10.
-5,M ,'ir ii
Iho bronil dcek of llio (,leelaiul,
Tht' nianiiBers nf the. Inquiry anil
linn 1st omru on hunnl Ihc llainliiirK
... . ., - . -ii..nro l. voceisanc or iinmmirK imu
or tne ..apme.e .u.er .v. ,...., ..., c ()t nrrMrd ,,y (ho
..eriua.i .-. , " , ," " ' IoIKiwIiir: I.. l.lmlCB, C. II l.mly. I'
Hnn rranem. In a moie "" , .M()lk-r. A. VntwF W, sianley. I
""" -" ,,,,. -""-, Sl(nc.. All. vck, .. Wc.leklliil ami
U1R riOl!' 11, IIIU l-ll" ' llli.i'v, ..... t'..
.. . .,. ,. , ...nvi... ii..'!.. weici.uiu
A public reception will he hehl nil
fur him by Hie IlaiiiliaiK-Anicrlci Mno
Ulcer wlm has the cNciirHlon party
I'he t'leelamrs lll tn Kan Kran-
clscii was thu iiirciitlu fur a berlei
of receptions 111 which sccral win-
mercliil hoilles at the Hay cities par
llcluliil. Durlne 'ho i-tay nf the
t'leehuii at Han KranclRcn a vast
iii.inl Ity of provisions were taken nil
Imaril. The Rrcat (lo.it Iiik liolcl wal-J
thoriiiis'lily ele.ineil, lemivnled aful
pimlsloueil In six iluh' time. Thu
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
bo.iril tlirr Clecl.tml iliitlns the llj
hniir stay of Iho vessel with Its ti2S
The slu htahlllty ami inech.inlcil
cfllclcncy of the Clcvctaml IioIur as
sureil, one Is pnrlleiilarl) Inlercsteil
In know Iho Interior proUslons of
what Is In constitute the ahoilc of tho
lifurliit iturliiR travels, ;NlemlltiR icr
til reel ami n hair monUis.
Kleclile elevator service operates
tjciweii the llo uppojiiiecKs. winrri
are ali-o conneneii ny a craiiii ami
cnltaiicc liijli iiiii c-onil juilonwiiy 'lini i
HOLD THE RESTORER
Dlltor i: en I ii K II u II ' t in Ii
Is-rrpwrliil Hint tlio cabli-ihlp Heston r
will r,li.irll ! ilesp.ittluil to .Mhln.n
or (iiinui. l.i lloiiolulii, with HiippIP-.,
1 ami iiImi to make certain repairs on
tho ruble lines I
I hope that the II u I I e t I u anil other", "
ilalls'.iMih will take the opportuiiit 'Hint tin full apiuuprl.ition of t0,
of citlri iliK up the subject of i.iln' ouu askeil lor bun) liu; anil IlKlithiK thu
' tho c.ihlcshlp Itctonr iikiiIu Htn tl I IVinl llinlior channel, will probably be
at thii poll. 'hv fails iml ciuilitioiH au.u.licj hj C'niiKiiss, Is liiillcatdl by
which lot ii i to the Itestorcr's In InK Hie loltowiiiK fiom the lust Issuo of
txken awn) from llouoliilti ale print the Army ami Na Jouiual.
. will known, mill I Ihlnk It woulil I p 'AiltUcs wile ieceieil by the Ilu-
jlortune lor the I'b.uiiber of I'miinierie, r,.,iu ( Yurili anil Doiks on J.iiiiiaiJ
Hiinpllif Inelmleil HW.iMiil poiimls of
fieuli meat, ii(,fMii pounds or s)ullry,
rt .mii .....ti.iu ,.r I1.I- tnoilo i.iirtbtio
of" butler. 3fiii.mii) hollies of water.; "mailer c,om,puiilonwayj.
ami 'JiyiMU bottles of wine.
whom Is C;
of tho ship on tho uorbl tnur urn I'l
Kruse, 1st olllrer; II. II. Wariiecke,''
2ml olllccr; (i. Koch, 3rd offlcor; If,
Piles. I'nil iifllcer; II achulr. 3rd olll
ccr, ami K. Srhse. till olllccr.
I'll. Slehr a well-known' ll.imhiirK
Ametlcau line steamship lu.ln, Is chief
eiiRlneer. assisted by I. Krone as 2ii;
('. IIiiiiscI, .Ii il; II. Deelwalcr, 3rd; 1.
Adam, lib; II. I'iiiiiiIuk. tih; W. Iloli-
me, lib I liese men hae visited ll-i-nolulii
on a pielims occasion.
Tlie Clc eland iiasBeiiRcrs me lisik-
ed lifter by two qualified physicians.
Dr. A. I.ubbert and Dr. Aur. llostrom.
Mrs, 1'hrllslicr serves In the eapiclty
of trained nurse.
One of tho busiest men at this port
Mild Knu I'riiuclsco Is A. Mnrllul, who
repiesents tho I lainbiirt;-American
lluo eommlssaiy dcpartmciit In the
I)., I'eliiert Is puihcr, with 1,'. roi
ster as assistant, ami I. I'rauzcii us
The chief steward's staff Is a large
one IncliiilliiK several bundled men In
Iho various departments. Theio aru
under Ihu dliect supervision of A
Sturm and A. Iliiusehlld, as chiefs.
Merchants' Ahum l.itiim and all I M'-r
for Honolulu to evrl Inlbu-i to have
water rates and harbor i ImrRc ad
Jiistnl so.as lo make It piiihlc for the
cubleiblii lo be maintained hue on an
It Is prctt will known Unit thcpilu
clp.il complaint dial Ihe cable i "in.
p.iliy had mis the iinuxiial iliaiKe foi
water, and this, loupbd ill wltli tie
otller poll cliarKes, iiiudi- I-. nlniiwt pro
. hibltlMi foi the imI.1i. lomp.iny to sta
tion the boat here
that Iho new ihaiiml for I'uirl Har
bor h.iN liei ii touipbted This is the
laiKext dreilKillK colllrait ever under-
lakcn by thu Navy Department, and
one of the laiKext pieces of river and
h.nbor work dune by the Kovernment
i iwIiir to Hie tn Ilin of I'oiiKress to ap
pi opt late mi ii ley two cnrs ok" the ton -luulors
wire Just one mouth over time
In ilolUK the work Tim time limit for
ilnilKlni' the channel was three years
In louiiil iiumbirs Ihe work cost three
illllon ilollaiu. Our live mlllloii yards
,1 As Ihu l(estoir Is aliout to iir.iIii ui coral lock were excavated hi the
appear In t'n-se walirs It , etus to inn i ,in-lnietlon ol the i baniiel. Tbeclian-
It would-le a koihI (banee to appeal i , is four ami a half miles Iuiik, with
In the cable lompaio and lo oITi r some minimum depth ot llilrty-llve feet and
Inducement Tor llieni lo neonibbr tlielr ' uldlh of live, huiiilred Teet at the
forniir deelalon Tliere ii no ipieslloii I niium The clianni 1 will make I'earl
lint tliat Ihe KlatlonliiK of him li lioatK harbor one of Ihu best Iiiim-iis on the
ii? thu Ilesloier In this port will in I'acllle The Minute i unlltee on
c'renm .traile, unit If the pint elmruei) nuiiiiu rce ou January LT, reported fa
enn be redueed. now In the time I" vntiihly S iiator Nelmn's bill niiro
cxert an elTorl to net tin boat station- prialhu; Mi,(nni for aids to navlKallon
cd here.' Vers lrul miiim i In I'earl Harbor"
SHOUT HPUIIT I a
-,bruary 1.'. I'.UJ II il 1 1 r 1 1 II Haul Ails will llud II.
IMn'y'l i'""''1 "lM" KtlliiK your vol", "Is lleauly I'iihsIiik?" demands tho
Teake? ' urcnesier rosi-i'.xpicss.
it ' "Oh! I shan't hn old ciwtiKli to vut
for two yoars yet."
f; "Miilliini, CiyiJ t-ell yoiln vhciium
& - a'-'No'lrj wo haven't Rot any viicu
fViiniH liiftlilHilioiiHc Hmttifyjl.jlj1-
Ins." '''., .St m.
Olio ) to find out would bo to
have, tho windows washed.
The Caller I think uur husband
'always ilienos so nice und qulotly.
Tho Wife Oh, does ho, Indeed'
You should hear him when he loses a
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 contrlb.
' , , been, so treated ,'ln foifn smd doeprt
ho Cleveland llrt of omcerH In- ...... - ,,' ...a.j.:,, Ii.ichiv nrtl'slb
cluiles well-known favorites, "iiioiik, ,.,,....,., .,... T,. Ju,u,ii,ik-
aptalil Christopher IJcmprillI1Vi,cJ OUiUr -M-I l'M'l'l, "
Istliiff-lho veteran sklpporl ,,,,, f old fjlp.j ftf.i Jilu ci.sf l i-
lilcs i.e:illiiR (vvo," four or' six pot-sdii..
An electric lamp with deeointli
hhmlo iiiloriiH each tabc, makliiR the
room nltoKetlicr mo of the most pleas
ant ever seen on an ocean steamer.
At tho head of tho grand stalrcaxo tho
social hall or loiuur, with Its pllUic.
ilniiie, oinato decorations, luxurious
divans and '.vc'l-seleclcd lllirary. In
vites to oleasant lolsuro. Tho wrltlm;
loom Is near by. Opportunity for en
tertainment and icrre.itlon Is afforded
by t'ic music und ladles' room. I'loni
this room a heautifi'l vcHtlthilo ami
covered passage lend In Iho splendid
Himkliif room, whose paneled wnlns
(oiiIIiir In dark woods, easy cluilt r
upholsteruil In red leather, convenient
tables, Ktnliicd-RhiSH ilomo and lm
presclvc fireplace, tender It Iho finest
of dens on a maqiilried scale. It Is
nilpioii also by stalreise from tho
lower decks, and convenient across i
also had to Uio opcn-iijr, promenade,
with Us sielPoied ihiipj8
Tho public nr somljiiubjlc salogus
....it..A.i .i. ....... , .. '.. .
i'kiihivu piiuvtL iiy no meant i-Miausi
Ihe jiriiYlaUinp njadeVor the uccommo-
diilion ef Vitrotis in Remif.il The
Furnished house on Green
Street $45 per month
House at Tregloan Place,
Beretania Street, near
Alapal Street... $25 per month
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
' 924 BETHEL 8TREET
ET ut enlarge from some of your
Negatives on our new ROTO
. GRAPH PAPER.
TO BE FEATURE
Willi the opcnllitr nf the ticket sale
lor the colonial ball, this feature of
the 1912 l-'loral Parade proRram has
Im-riiii In develop rry rapidly. Much
Interest Is behiR manifested In the co
luulal ball, and It will bu u Kuy and
piituicsipie cruw'd that whirls on Ihu
night nf February 22.
Mrs. II. (I. Noonan Is chnlrmnn of
the special loumilttcc havltiR this af
fair III chnrRC, Mho Is assisted by Miss
Ariics Walker, Mrs. A. A. Wilder, Ham
Walker und CleorRe II. Angus. Tickets
are now on sale at mol ot the princi
pal shops In thu clt)
Director (leneral Wall announces that
prl7cs will be Riven for the most hand-
Mime billies' costume, the most huiul-
roine Rentlcineirs costume and the
most orlRlnal masculine and feminine
The ball will be held on the root
Kin den of tin Young Hotel and prom-
Im-h to be one of thu society events of
the seiipon. Dancing will begin at 9
o'clock. The patronesses of the affair
are as follows:
Mrs. M. M. Mncomb, Mrs. "W. C.
Cowlcs, Mrs. (ieorge It. Carter, Mrs.
Arthur K Wall, Mrs. J. It. Oult. Mrs.
8, . Allen; Mrs. 11 A. PIott-Bmlth.
Mrs. Oeorge Shermiin, Mrs. K. J. Tlm
beilake, Mrs. (1. II. Angus, Mrs. J. H,
Walker, Mrs. II, (I, Nooniiin Mrs. k. K.
lllshop, Mrs. r. A. Bcliacfer. Mrs. K
M Svvanxy, Mrs. II, !'. Wlcluniin, Mrs.
W I". Dlllliicliam. Mrs. V. J. Lowrey.
Mrv';anj- Dt Rlift'ly.lMre'j&.U
Tenney, Mrs. J. M. Dows'ctl, Mrs. fjef
I It I Wilder
receives by telcphono, up lo eleven ev.
cry night, messages for your friends
at sea. Ring 1574 and give the mil.
sago you want sent.
Voir Player and the nlhlelc cii,woit(
off siipcrlliiotis cnerR.v In uio gynur.i-
sluiii eniilpped with Zander cicctrie-u
uniiaratus. Ulectrlc light baths alho-
:ue provided. A dark room for ama
teur phologinpl'ors facilitates Iho de
velopment of their snapshots. A honk
stall, liilm m.ithm liuicnit and swim
ming pool alco will ho found anions
Iho other unusual features.
Passenger accommodations aro sit
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop IStreet Young Hotel Building
' CliEVELANDERS HERE
fContlnued from Pag 1)
pounders, all uio) Included In this par
ty of over live hundred isjopleiicnt oif
seeing a good slice of tho mundane.
Krateriial organizations tiro repre
sented 'In goodly numbers, but these
will liardTy get together much before
tho Klinrc nf 'Japan nrc- sighted. True
tho Shilners among Ihe travelers soon
began to gravitate toward a conunun
lialed amidships. A largo nuiuher ot center ami 'nikdoin vvas not TnV ' bc-
slngle- anil two-berth rooms, many
wllb bath am! toilet attached, havo
been provided. They aro furnished
and equipped with tho Idea of making
tho traveler feel at home. Thero are
also delightfully r-jmlshed and decor
ated Kiillcs. Kvery cabin has an elec
tric fan under Iho Independent control
of tho occupant. Theio are Intor-coni-piunlcatlng
WjUI.Kir III Honolulu, Ki-bru.iry 1.1.
' 1912, tu Mr. and Mrs. John b'cblelf,
Vim tiiuM gii
Ret the .
the II tl I let In In
Real Estate for Sale
Modem Bungalow and half acre of
'bind. Well Improved with plants nnd
Dargnlu price for quick sill.
Modern IHmgalow and (0,000 s;. ft.
' of laiid In 'thu Maklkl District.
i J'rleo ri'HSoh.ibbi v
Cash or Instalmepts.
Wnlnlan ltd and Dili Ave $35
Matlock Avo , 30
Kalakauii Ave 20
Ma no. i Valley fiO
Wilder Avo 40
Kalakaua. Ave 15
WniklU Ileail 40
I.unalllo HI., opp. Kewalo 35
1'alolo Hill II'
Kubala Ileacli 85
A iniiLlcal club, likewise n camcr
club, was foinicd soon after the great
ship left tho (lolden Onto behind.
The Cleveland met vvllli some roiiRli
weather on the way ilimu from Hun
I'ranclseo. Captain Chrhtlan Dcmp
wolf Riected tlio early caller wltli a
beery salutation. "It was not very
bad, and you must remember that Iho
Cleveland Is a steady ship," ho added
Theie aio very few chunRcs In the
staff of oinclali both In thu navigation
and tourist department.
Messrs. C. Vogelsang ami C. Seller,
er, head of the Inquiry Bureau mid tho
directing forco of tho exclusion, wore
icclplentH of an tivalloit Irom tho ship
ping men or tho port. Tho many liltlo
couttciles extended by theso gentle
men and members of their obliging
staff mo not lo bo soon forgotten til
Iliinxt Hie Floral Pantile and help
Let us tell you of the lulvaii-tngi-H
or Kodaks Willi special
leu" equipment iiiul the (Irallex
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COI'LUV I'UINTH
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING
17 Hotel Street
the repairing of fine Jewelry with
valuable stones to Inexperienced
Our Jewelers are men of many
Your fine rings, etc., are safe
In our hands.
H. F. WICHMAN 4 CO.
Tnslrs I.Ike and Is 1'iitrti Like Candy,
Tastes I, Ike and It Kalen I.Ike Candy
In our experience. In tho handling ot
drugs and medicines, we bellevo wo
havo never had experlenc'e with any
Itemed)' that gave such 'great Batls
facllnn to our customers as do Rexall
Orderlies. This Remedy In not like
any otljer laxativo or cathartic. It
contains nlldho Rood features of other
laxatives, hut nono of their faults.
Our own faith In Rexall Orderlies In
so strong that wo offor them to you
with Jour own posltlvo personal guar
nnteV. that If they ilo not thoroughly
satisfy you, you only need tell U8sand
we will hand hnck to you every
penny )ou paid us for them. There
fore, In trying them upon our recom
mendation you lako no risk whatever.
Hcxnll Orderlies taste ,llko and are
enteil llko crtndy. They do not gripe,
cause nausea, excessive looseness, or
any other annoynnco. They act so
easily that they may be taken at any
time, day or night. Thoyl nro ,artc
tilnrly good for children, aged, or del
icate persons. They are put up In
convenient tablets. In two sizes ot
packages. Prices, 25c. and COc.
Remember, Itoxall Ilcmedlos enn bo
obtained In this community only at
our store The Hcxnll Storo. Ilensuni
Smith & Co., Ltd., Fort and' Hotel
Judge Whitney's court, fourteen lit
tomeys and ono lone witness left tills
morning In automobiles for Knneoiie,
Where nil Inspection of the premises
will be iiindo In connection with thq
cuso ot tho Kaneoho Ranch Company
against the Kaneoho Itlce Mill' Com J
The hearing In the caso was started
yesterday, when the"' court was forced
to inoe to the Senate chamber In or
der to a unniodate the crowd Soon
nftcr the session opened this morning
It became necessary for-'thc court to
visit tlm premises, and a Dying- ,trlp
was iniiile. Tho afternoon session was
set down for 3 o'clock In the Senilis
chamber, however, when further testi
mony will be taken
Do ;im mint to reach country !e
pie-I'm- Ihe Weekly II u Met In,
PALE will mean much soon.