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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 6, 1912.
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MARCH 6, 1912
If Honolulu has foiuit'il tho habit of
kicping dean and wiping the mo
Hciil(u holes out of existence, well atnl
good Hero's hoping tlmt reduction
In thu H:nltatlon lighting start does
not ineun a let-up on the clean-up
campaign fur this city
"I billeve tlmt ni')iiii(Ti lire Hie
Ml iiu-iIIiiiiih fur nilnrtllng hcrnuM'
if people lire ulnnjH looking for
pn. I hej Imi) ii nevvopuper In read
IP iu-n, mill I lie) 'tumble lulu Hie
ItertMug. I lielleie In nil Mud nf
fdliinix magazines Iiulli Mccklj anil
iinllil), mill ni'i'kl) iicitoiuin'ri. I
llete In mi medium tlmt Imi n le- Hawaii wants mi organization that
'lliiinte circulation, hut I inrll'iiliirl) will promote Its Interests In the most
Heve In the. newspaper iimOm-Iiii: elllclent manner. Tlmfs wlmt It has
u lict mi) of ri'iirlilni; the people I" the Hawaii Promotion Committee,
Ith nlliinit nnjtliluir )nu lime to xell. which Iium not only delhcrcd the
Hugh (.'haliuers, head of Chalmers goodB, but Mill deliver more If given
otor Company the active moral and tlmuiclnl sup-
Iport that It deserves.
Hawaii for Tuft.
I One of the New York llniiticlul let-
Huiush everything. Is the Demo- ters snys, "There are signs Hint tho
;atlc policy. The American people people are tired of radicalism. Tho
Wr tie to that. country does not want revolutionary
j - proposals but prefers gradual prog-
jTheodore Roosevelt Is gutting plen- ress. Already thu political ntmos
) of publicity from the Democratic pliers Is begiiiulug to clear, and Is be-
fvm. They know their ganiu
lug reflected In a more confident tone
In financial circles." In many re
spects this sentiment applies to the
'Did you ever know It to fail' that
le people wlio hanked on the future Territory of Hawaii,
( Hawaii have never been disappoint
I It must bo admitted that Cover nor
ear would he killed off In short ord
If his friends followed the. foal ad
cc of his accepted olllclal orgnhl"
Willi takes illicct p.ut In tho strictly
national affairs of the country.
Vow there remains hut one thing to
be decided who shall attend thu Chl
iiigo convention to represent Hawaii.
So far as this paper Is Informed
but one mun bus tome out and an
nounced his candidacy Delegato Kit
hlo. As for the otheis, wo believe that
tho Itepuhllcun voters should bo In
formed of their munitions ns soon as
What the llullotln hopes to see
nnd we lire certain that wo volco
the sentiment of tho big men and thu
little men of tho party Is u list of
delegates who nre thoroughly capable,
of representing thu best that Is In
Hawaii, mid honestly disposed toward
tho advancement of tills Territory In
Its worthy ambition to bo nnd to be
known as a safe, senslblo and con
servative commonwealth with unqiUM
tloned capacity for self-government.
On thu platform that Is now before
the Hepiibllcau voters of thu Territory
there is no good reason for serious
friction, heartburnings or destructive
Artd after It Is all ovor tho party
should bo In n position to go forward
with milted front to meet the forces
that are cavorting with a free-trade
riiln-pverythlng can tied to their kite
!'' ". .
At the meetings of the Christian Extension
Movement will be a strong feature. Mr. Fred
Butler, America's finest Gospel singer, will sing at
every service. He will be assisted by the best local
talent and a large chorus choir.
If You Enjoy Fine Singing
You Will Surely Want to Attend
'ht-tlillikltiK American who cares to
Senator Hoot says that some day
Hiiwnll will bii u Republic. Wo don't
know exactly what Vhe Senator Is
driving at, hut wo do know that the
Territory of Hawaii can now give
many States of the Union cards and
spades when It comes to' advanced
,Is there miyono in llnwall.-'nyf;,glfI5I)Ut thrmsU wltll ,h0 lcaBt
difficulty. Hawaii has nothing of
.prove directly or Indirectly of tliew,lc, , bo aH,lntnedf aml certlnly a
Inous Democratic policy of freej,llpubc ,,, not be n ln,iri)Ve.
ment on the present condition.
The Civic Federation has closed Its
.Will thu Republicans who wish to
I .to Chicago as delegates to th He-.yelr wt, a r(,C()rd of nccum,,,glllnclIt
luiican national roiiveiiiiou Kinuiy
mid announce theni-
Cfforls at political peace and com-
(unity harmony give the Advertiser
conniption lit, which Is usually a
ou sign mat tno people are on me
What's to bu gained by Thurston's
heme of trying to kill off Kuhlo.
itlilng, absolutely nothing for tile
ilfare of the Territory of Hawaii
!d Its people.
Pres Ident Taft Is right again. Tho
mocratlc policy of reducing the
.va1 force of tho I'nlted States Is as
d ns the follies of tho Chinese gov
mncnt under tho Mancliu dynasty.
Progressives throughout tho land
fo making It known that Mr. Taft
Is carried out the practical In pro-
esslvu policies, so that the progress
ftho country Is real and dependable
jTako nolo of tho park-way that has
en finished on Kalnkauii Avenue,
alklkl of Sunny South. And after
lug bo, offer siiiiih constructlvu sug-
Btlons far thu Hoard of Supurvis-
Come to think of It, Theodore Hooso-
jt has not yet iiiudo uuy decliirn
in on tho tariff. Ho dodged It
roughout his terms of olllcu audi
W turnB to tho Initiative mid refer
iCfllcIoncy Is tho test that should he
Spiled to every public olllcer Didn't
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iiursiuii iiuu iiiui iuiuiiiu iiiiiiu
.a uiucieiii wiieii iv tiiiuu in Hi-units
ough tho measure for tho 11116
deserving the highest praise The
l.llliiokalaul park and the establish
ment of sanitary drinking fountains
are things worth while Since It Is
found possible to mako a success In
J such fields of endeavor, the wonder Is
.that the Civic Federation should think
of branching nlf Into the Held of pol
itics, where It nlways winds up In u
heap of trouble, barren of results.
AGREED ON THE PLATFORM
NOW GO FORWARD.
Delegate Kuhlo In his statement Is
sued today makes his position clear
beyond perndveuturo of doubt, on the
two vital points that endangered the
Republican party in this Territory.
He is for an Instructed delegation
He Is for the elimination from the
coming Republican Territorial con
vention, or all matters relating to his
controversy with (lovernor Krear,
The Importance of these two pos
sible points of difference Is not only
recognized by thu general public but
has been further emphasized by
their being the two planks which the
Taft League puts before the public 111
the declaration of President Cooko,
Thu situation therefore presents It
self to tho Republican voter as one In
which theiu is absolute unity In the
party on what may bu termed the
platform of the convention called for
the purpose of electing delegates to
the National Republican convention
to be held 111 Chicago the only con
vention In which the Territory of llu-
MAJ. RAY CASE
WASHINGTON, I. a. Feb. 20.
Former President Hooscvelt as a wit
ness In the Hay case, was one of tho
possibilities developed today In the
Investigation which the House Com
mittee on Expenditures In the War
Department Is making Into the
charges against Major Heechor II.
Hay, an Army paymaster. Tho com
mittee already has decided to sub
poena Charles V. Taft of Cincinnati,
a brother of President Taft.
"I favor calling Theodore Roosevelt
and every one who lias had anything
to do with the retention of Major Hay
In the Army," Representative Dlfen-
dorfer of Pennsylvania, a member of
The subpoena for Charles P. Taft
and the suggestion that Colonel Roos
evelt might bo called are sequences of
the charge that Major Kay was active
In politics at the convention which
The only subpoena issued todny'vvas
for (ieneral Tusker II. Hllss. now at
Pint Tottcii, N. Y. General Hllss was
at tho War Department several jcars
ago when charges wcro made against
SHOW ALCOHOL PRESENT
Fooil Commissioner Edward II.
lllanchard has completed his examina
tion of thu stomachs of the two little
children who died on Hawaii recent
"I found alcohol," he stated this
morning, "and that Is all. There may
havo been enough there to cause al
coholic poisoning, but I cannot say."
Ho had been asked for a test for
Artistic Job printing ran always lie
obtained from (lie IluJIetln's com.
Vlelfl) 'equipped Job printing plant.
Country Home for
61-3 acres land and new modern
bungalow. Land it partly Improved.
Beautiful marine and mountain view.
About 900 feet. Five minute' walk
from College Hills carllne.
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The et.ctrio proceis of
treating all milk received
at our depot makes pot
ible the delivery of an
absolutely pure milk,
Beeldet the precaution of
electrically treating the
milk, we maintain perfect
sanitary conditions In our
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Genealogist: That's for you to do-
Jo.' Wo'll g" as fur hack,, us )oii
llsli to pay for, Blr. '' f,," Hanlnvvav : I'm going to leavo tho I
t stage. I
A Kansas burglar recently Btolo n Friend: You'll bo missed If ou do,.
pinun a fnieo pair, lie prouamy om mini
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(Continued from Pag. 11
Is on the sidetrack for an Indellnltn
period or whether It Is coming outj
within the next two weeks no domi
nating man In the councils of the!
House Democrats Is able, now to say.l
Ono Inlluentlal leader believes It Is
there for a period of great uncertain-1
ty. Tho members of the subcommit
tee bollovo they will be able to agreo
iiKin a scheme for an excise, or sur
tax that will boIvo the problem of how
tn reduce the tariff tax without leav-
924 BETHEL STREET
Stocks & Bonds
Money to loan on Listed Col
lateral or Productlvo Real Estate.
lloiiso unit Lot, Pal a ma I 1 !"
llouii nnd Lot, l'alama 2.u"0
House and Lot, l'alama 1.200
Ilutixii und Lot. Asylum Road.. 2,000
' Iluslni'Mi Property, Queen und
I Alakea 1&.000
I llnllillni: Lot, llcri'tnnla Street,. 35,000
House nnd Lot, Sill Ave., Kul
' inulil S.C.-.O
House und Lot, 9th Ave, Kill-
Handing Lots, Kenalo 1.000
HuxInesM Property, Kukul Lane. 3.&0U
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
8econd Floor, Judd BulldlnQ
lug an enormous hole In the reve
nues. Tho Idea of thoso who are pinpoi
lug an Internal icvcuue tnx Is that It
costs the Amcilcnu consumer about
$1:111,00(1,0011 ii 5 ear to tho end that thu
tie.isuiy shall lecelve annually (!i,
OOO.OOO of duties on raw sugar. An
other wa of saying It Is that the iu-(
nuers wno comioi ino luarKei are uiuo
to mi Increase tho ptlce by reason of
the tax on law that they take from
tho consumer for themselves as miicii
as Is paid Into the trcnsuiy
Try To Break Refiners' Hold.
The theory Is that by leducing the
customs duty to say about thlrty-llvuj
per cent of tho piescni duty the hold
of tho icf.ucr on the consumer will ho
biokcii. Hut tho treasury needs mon
ey ami therefoiu an Internal rovenim
tax, high niiugh to uitiku up tho lossl
AUDIT COMPANY OF
124 BETHEL STREET
F. 0. Box 040
Conducti all classei of Audits and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
ot. all kinds ol financial work
Supvestions Riven for simplifying
or lystematiiinK office wotk. All
I Waterhouse Trust.
Real Estate for Sale
Modirn llungiiluw und half acre ot
land. Well luipioved with plants und
Ilurgnln price for iiulck Hale.
Modern lliingalow and 10,000 mj. ft.
of laud In thu Maklkl District.
Cash or Instalments.
Wulalae Hd. und 9th Ave 3t
Mullock Ave 30
Kulukuua Ave 20
Manoa Valley CO
Wilder Ave 40
Kulu'tuiia Ave 4T.
Walk Hi I lleacli 40
I.uiiallln St, opp. Kewalo 35
Pnlnln Hill 3B
Kaliula lleacli 85
of $18,000,001) or iSD.OOO.flOn mailo
pmhahle by tho reduction In tho du
ty, Is tho betler way to supply tho do
licleiicv In lovenuo Kioni live to nov
en sixteenths of a cent per itoiind on
the sugar refined In this coiintiy, it Is
figured, will make up the dcllclt.
It may be said that the men who
nre handling tho subject have practi
cally given up hopo of being able to
make such a change In the sugar tux
as to glvo much teller to the consu
mer They bellovo they can Keep the
lellucr f i om mulct lug tho consumer,
as they believe he has been doing so
Hlinpl) thiough the fact that such u
high duty Is Imposed on raw,
s e e
The woman's suffrage bill made Its
annual appeal mice 111 the Rhode Is-
land Legislature anil was burled with
Its pii'dcccHsnis 111 the llles of a com
The estate of the lute Josephine M.
.IiiiIiI of New 111 lln ill Is nppialsed at
All accessories for
Home Studio Work.
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COPLKY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMNO CO
17 Hotel Street
SEE THE NEW
HAND COLORED VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS
MAIL IS TOO SLOW FOR '
ANYTHING OF IMPORTANCE
Prizes and Pavors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Dlshop 8treet Yrung Hotel Building
clians at the same time that It
its t'o.NTiNunn uhh aivns
Tin: Ki.Ni:. ci.i:an itnihh
Ol' OLD NNCILISH STintLINCl
WLVIIH, TO WHICH DUST
AND DIRT DO NOT HDADILY
TIIIH rOLIRII IS KCONOMI-I'Alr-IT
DOI1H NOT HUH OKI'
Till! CAKi: TOO KHKBLY,
AND Tlli:i!i: Irf NO WASTH.
IT IS ADAl'TIlD KOH I'LIIAN
INll HOLD, rlll.VllIt AND t'l'T
Sold Only by
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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