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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAR. II, 1912.
12 V RN f.NG BlJ LIVETIA1
ILy and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
feo., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
?', i t i million ilurrn annually. Iast jenr llio
ly every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday. nmH)iiN wore ic timn muiimi iu-
i- t en, while tin- exports, as above inili-
t MEMBER UP THb ASSUUIAIbU rHtSS.
tury ago mi Importation of IT. million
doreii eggs was not unusual, tlio Inn
rortfj or issi, issr. ami issr. having
In each sear exceeded lfi tiillllon dor.
imi, while the exports at that lime av
eraged lint about one epinrlur of a
;rnteil, wore I.1U million iliiren. Tlio
JCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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MARCH II, 1912
o two (hints differ more tian Take notice of the parkliiR scheme
0 mill ilNpatrh. Ilnrrj Is tin on Knlukaua awntie The ilny Is not
)k of a weak iiilnil; dispatch of a far distant when this city will haw
in; one ('niton. 'to spend some money In the recon-
' - Btructlon of Its streets, and when that
fcmocrats of Hawaii are giving an time comes the people should have
Jbltlon of what a happy family can Fettled opinions on the character of
Tyhcn It Isn't.
the ImproM'inents outside the more
fldglng from the first toot at Chl
K the Tatt Meam rollor will he an
Jr not easily stopped or iliteliril.
hkc it warm for the lnosiiultoes
ng the next few days anil prow
the campaign Is not a Hooting
C of enthusiasm
, tho Superintendent of l'uhllc
kg did not think more of holding
Job than :in tliltiR else, one would
f.'ct him to get out.
Will tho candidates for delegate to
the Chicago ronentlon kindly make
themsolWH known iroloua to the
primaries. The voters would like to
haw some inkling of who they will
he held responsible for when the ron
wntlon ballots are llnally counted
Thus far Delegate Kulilo Is the only
man with the courage to announce
Don't try the Kill Kulilo game In
the llrst place you can't do It, and If
you could the killing would bring
down on the heads of the schemers
ay we hope that tho fight between
Snnd Koosovelt will not become so
ir that tbey will bo so,nnbbllng Ibehlud the plot, an action by Congress
twho heaved the tlrst brick. . that would be most disastrous. Hc-
$ i member that In tho final showdown
'J micnr will nasi the limine uu-1 Hawaii Is nliswcrablo to tlio Atuerl-
Pec sugar will pass the llouso uti-
BEOuthvrn Democrats bolt the can-
But It will not pass the Senate,
the Democrats of tlio House
It. " " '
can people and their ropresontutlvcii
Commissioner Tucker's appointment
meets with such general apnrovnPlhat
ficar stocks will wait u while, but 'the Governor ought to wnko mi' to the
lyaluo of the securities Honolulu fact that thero are people outside the
;s is not lesscneu nor are mo oiv- Htlln administration circle wnosc sur-
ds reduced by tho talkfrst
remained for tho II n 1 1 o 1 1 n to
the Honolulu public right on tho
:t status of the sugar tariff bill
tisual you bae to get the Uul-
i get the news.
I" Rcstloiis aro worth something, when
It conies to efficiency and keeping the
people satisfied at the same time
President Taft can't start his com
missioner for Honolulu any too soon.
resident Yuan Hhlh Kal must he
(right when he Is so well recom-
tcled, and Dr. Sun stands ready to
rwhiitcvcr maybe requited of htm
ase the other fellow falls.
THE SUGAR tTARIFF SITUATION.
tuck Is coming In large bunches for
Inter-Island Steamship company i
the service is not Interrupted, and
Fyaluo to the community of the two
o liners Is made manifest-
Sit road building doesn't appear to
Advancing very rapidly on either
u or Hawaii. And this is one of
t propositions from which "politics"
' Supposed to bo absolutely divorced.
Ibanks be, that the South Pole
troverBy Is to be u Gahton-Al-nse
affair, not one of the nionkey-
parrot North Polo arlety The
Ihcrn climes have a soothing ef-
l,Thcodoro takes the stump, It Is
nd to strengthen the Taft brand of
f5re8slvcncs8. Tor after all tho
Ua flurry of campaigning, when
American peoplo bettlo right down
t. tbey aro conservative.
end Sunny Jim McCandless to Chi
o, piovlded he can be good to ev
piib In politics as ho Is In Shrlno
X, Ho'd havo the band playing
ioha' Oo" tho llrst day, and "Hero's
A'ou Sunny Jim" the next
Jflicro's only ono meunlng to tho
n "Instructed delegation" for tho
R who Is straightforward and
?th while. Hawaii Ilepubllcans aro
igondlng President Taft any milk
iwator, mollycoddlo supporters.
ine of tho biggest problems tho
FLcague lias to decide Is whether
VblBonouglt to Include nil straight
word Taft men, or Is to bo merely
medium of carrying through a
ve'ntlon Bcliemo. Peruana Presl-
iVTuft would not bo pleased with
Who that savors ot factionalism.
She I'orttiguoso weekly of Ililo lias
try clear Idea of tho situation when
jays that nothing can bo gained for
fwolfaro of Hawaii wlion tno rec-
Tleqd orgnn of tho administration
jsjlho Hawallans'nnmca and Its Im-
or 'tries to go H.ono better ln.vjc-
Hitherto the Ilullolln has as
sumed that the Advertiser had enuugb
senso to Interpret the obvious mean
ing of a skeletonized cablegram from
tho Associated Press.
In answer to queries sent by this
paper to Its Washington correspond-
'ent, cables wero published in Satur
day's issue from Mr. Albert which In
dicate that tho whole community has
been fllmtlamed uu the Bugur tariff
situation by soiim "IJit" garbllug a
press dispatch. Tlio Bulletin af
ter the custom of all Associated Press
papers, takes tho night sen Ice dlB-
latches as published by tho member
of tho Associated Press In tho morn
ing field. Hence Its acceptance of the
cablegram as appearing In the Adver
The fact Is that tho report of tho
Ways and Means Committee on the
Btigar tariff Is Mill beforo tho House,
Tho minority report was not adopted,
nor was tho majority report sent back
to the committee. Tho majority re
port lias been adopted by tho Ways
and Means Committee nnd tho Demo
crntlc caucus of the House
i eduction In the Importation of eggh
occurred Immediately following tho i
enactment of the, tariff law of IS90,
which placed a duty upon that article
of commerce, and the Imports of eggs
which had ranged as high as IG mil
lion itozrn per annum, exceeding IT,
million In the fiscal ear ISIIO, dropped
to I million iloren in 18:12, 1- million
dnren In I MM. less than 1 million In
1S!0, and a quarter of a million In
ISM, since which time the number sel
dom exceeded IIOO.OOO iloren until ll(),
when the number Imported Increased
to oer Sim.ourt dozen and In I'.'ll to
I'i million dozen. In the calendar
jear l'.MI. as ntiore Indicated, the
total wan slightly less than 1 million.
On the export side, the number sent
out of the country was, In the calend-
ul year 1SS0, but 80.U00 dozen; In
ISHO, nsU.OOU dozen; 111 ISU7, I 1-3 mil
lion dozen; In 1900, practically 6 mil
lion dozen; In 190", T million dozen,
anil In the calendar year 1911, as al
ready Indicated. 13V4 million dozen.
allied at $2.TOO,noO.
Cuba, Canada, Pannmn, nnd Mexico
are the chief countries to which eggs
are exported from the Hulled States
The quantity exported In tho fiscal
ear 1911 was, to Cuba, 4', million
dozen, valued at a little less than 1
million dollars; to Canada. 2',i million
dozen, valued at a little less than a
half million dollars; to Panama, a lit
tie more than three-quarters of a mil
lion dozen, and to Mexico a little less
than three-qiiurtcis of a million dozen
The remainder went chiefly to the
West Indian Islands and Central
American countries, practically none
going to Kurope, although certain Uu
ropean countries ure large Importers
of this class of meiuhaiidlsc. On tbn
other hand, (he bulk ot the eggs Im
ported In tlio fiscal year 1911 came
from Knglnnd which Is Itself a ery
largo Importer of eggs. Of (he I'.t
million dozen eggs Imported In tho
llscal year 1911. Ill million doen
wore from Kngtund and about a quar
ter of a million from China and Hong
kong. This Item of eggs Imported
does not Include tho yolks brought
from oilier countries, of which the
quantity Impoited from Canada
amounted to 350,000 pounds and from
Germany 75,000 pounds In tho jear
ending June 30, IBM.
This large exportation of eggs In
tho face of tho oxtiemely high pilces
existing In the United States suggests
that prices of this class of niorcbali
dlso must also bo high In other parts
of (be world, and (bis Is continued by
consular reports reaching tho Depart
ment of Commerce and Labor, which
Indicate that prices of eggs and oilier
rovlslons aro umibually high In ling-
land, France, Austria, Germany, Spain,
Japan, am ninny other couatrles,
Christian Extension Movement
Program for This Week :
TUESDAY AT 8 P. M.
Reception to Mr. and Mrs. Butler at tho Methodist Church by the- five cooperating'
churches. Everybody inv'tctl.
Mr. Butler will be asked to give a short musical program.
WEDNESDAY AT 7:30 P. M.
Union meeting of the Five Cooperating Churches in Thco. H. Davics Memorial Hall.
Address by Rev. Robert E. Smith, discussing one of the most important phases of the
movement. , . , , .
First mect'ng of the Union Chorus Choir with Mr. Butler in the Auditorium of Central
Union Church, at the same hour.
THURSDAY AT 12:30 P. M.
Meeting of the Executive Committee at the Y. M. C. A.
SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 17th.
Grand Opening Song Service at Empire Theater.
A special program of sacred song by Fred Butler.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
11 Hungalow, modern, n rooms. Kuliniikl JNOO
1? Ilungalow, inndtru, C rooms, i'lly t,nm)
lfi House, modern. 7 rooms. Mano.i i"iin
IS Cottage, modern, fi rooniN Motion "5"
it. House, 2-Mory, modern. 10 room", City 1000
St Hungalow, 0 rooms. City 37M
I l.ot, S 1-1(10 iicrrs 2"00
:! Lot. 76x20i5,i,uunul v, 1210
i.. ,l.ot, 60-100, Kallhl :ir,o
15. Lot, MxK.n, Knliiiiikl 150
H. Three Lots, Ocean View- Tract 1-150
02 Lot. Luq'street , V I"U
u. & engineers
CROWD DE RUSSY
There will be considerable crowding
at Port Do Mimy when Company I.
Third Hattullon of engineers. urrle
on the transport tomorrow for Matlon
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
921 DETHCL STREET
Stocks & Bonds
Money to loan on Listed Col
lateral or Productivo Real Estate.
IIoium' and Lot. I'alama ?
Home mid Lot. 1 'alanm
Iloio-i' mid Lot, An.vlum ltd. ...
IIusIiicsh I'ropcily, Uiievn St. .. 1
lluildln;; Lot, lli'ielaula St. ... :t
I Ion-,, and Lot, Mil Ao, Ual-
Hon",' ami Lot, PUi Ae, Knl-inul.l
Ilou-tr. mid Lot, I2tb An1., Kill-
HlilMInt; I.oIk, Kewnli
Iliedni'Kx I'ropirl), K'ulilil Lane
btie I'ouilMii) 11. Si-cond Italtallon.
I to return to the Slates, for Million
at I'ort Leuvi'iiworth, lull It i.iii nl
make the mow, until (lie April traiw
ioit from tho Orient, to both eoiu
ImiiiIch will be at the iot for about
Captain Putnam mid Llcutenantx
O'Connor, Wtitkiiin and Ward, all will
known here, will mi Kood-lie to llo
iiolulii with Company (1. ('nptnlii
Warren T llaimum mid Second Lieu
tenants (lee and IJcsmui accompany
Company 1 from I Nut Leavenworth.
'I ho cbniiKe of lultullons nuki'H a
chmiKo In the Matin.' of Major Woolen,
who Is detached fnyn command o Oio
8e-'oud battalion,. In onler Hint, lie iliny
continue hl ilutlea Wre. but Is retain
ed iih comiiiaudtr of Tort Do Itimsy by
special onlcrH of the War Department.
Ilcnihiiiiirlcrx of the 'llilrd will be In
I llio Honolulu Llritile Co has ul-
moM loinplitiil the IliMllllutloii of tin'
blK pimipliiK plant on the Kapabulu
'mail, which Is to Hiippl water for the
' bb; roscnolr Inside of Diamond Head,
the main I'ort ItiiKcr supply In about
n weik the pi lilt will I in turned oxer
to the row riiini'iit for acceptance. i
The loial i unci ru has lioen worUliu;'
nil the Job for about tbrie month." The
plant ioiiMMh of tun 10 horsepower
'motors, which update the pumps ioii
neiteil with the supply wells Tho
control t price Is In the neighborhood ot
$2250 HiiiiKiilow "iilulnllii: seW'ii
rootiis and liath. on liiilhk Ae.. near
UIiik. Can be ImiiKlit on easy terms.
Oliver G. Lansing,
'in ill 'In it House, Kaplolahl St....J.'"'
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
2.0 Merchant Street
; Potsdam, Knipoior Wlllhun's taibiir
ban tesldence, has elected a Slfii'lallst,
Dr. Karl LlehKnecIit, In the Kelchct ir
One would hardly expect, after huv
liiK visited ono of tho poultry kIiowh
held In this city, that Hawaii would
bo on tho Hut of those sections of tho
world to which the mainland of tho
United Stales exports orbs. Such,
however, is tho fact In the statement
Kent out by tho lliireau of Statistics of
tho Department of Coinnierco and
libor It Is shown that tho crrs sent
from llio mainland to Hawaii and
Porto Itlro uiuoiinted to lfiO.OOO dozen
for tlio year.
Further Inlormatlon is Klven in this
circular that Is highly IntcrestlnR. It
appears that tho cbk export last year
was (ho larKest In tho history of (ho
country. Tho number of osrs sent
to foreign countrloa In the year end-1
Ins with December, 1011, was 13V4
million dozen, valued at 2 million
dollars, while the highest record of
any earlier calendar yoar was 8'(
million doen, valued at Hi million
dollars In 1907.
Trade currents In this article of
commerce havo shown a remarkable
cliango In rocent years. Forinorly tho
Importation of eggs was largo and tho
exportation small. A quarter of a cen-
Our determination to sup
ply our customers with an
absolutely pure, healthy
milk, and at the same time
a milk of exceptional rich
ness, has been carried out
with the result of a large
ly increased list of cus
tomers and all entirely
Real Estate for Sale
Modern llunsiilow and half aero ot
land. Well Impioved with plants and
llarBnln price for iiilck sale.
Modern IlunRUlow unit 10,000 tu. ft.
of land In the Mnklkl District.
Cash or Instalments.
Wnliilua ltd. and 9th Ave ;.1U
Matlock Ave 30
ICahiliaua Avo SO
M a no.i Valley f"
Wilder Ave. ...'. (0
Kiihikaua Ave 15
Walklkl lleacb 40
Luniillln St, opp. Kewalo 3D
Pnlolo Hill J'5
Kaluila Mcach 85
OES TO ENTER
Chang Chan, Chinese Interpieter In
tlm Police Court, this inornliiB ten
dered his ri'slKiiatloii to Judge Mmisar
rnt, and It was aiciptid His placu
was tilled by Alfred K I' Vap, who
wiih sworn In this inoriilns Mr Vap
has been tli ik In the Insurance ite-
piiilmeiit of the Hawaiian 1 1 list C l-
piny for many yiurs
Aisonlliiit to bis pi est ut plans, Chang
I'll. ,u will Mum leawi for cln.i, where
be will intir the service of the Chinese
llepiilille It was only a few weeks
ngii that he ret el veil u letttr from Dr
Sun Vat Sen, lellhiB him to get ready
for ilep.iilui'e to Chliiu
Tho Oflico of the
is open on week days from 7 a. m. to
5:30 p. ni., and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m. and until 11 every night for
the receipt of ships' messages
All accessories for
Home Studio Work.
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COl'I.KY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAIViINO CO
17 Hotel Street
SEE THE NEW
HAND COLORED VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNER8
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Dishop Street Yrung Hotel Building
cleans at the same time that It
ITS CONTINUIID USK tllVHS
Tin: I'iNi:, ui.uan itnlsii
Ol'' 1)1.1) HNtll.lHIl STHIlLINd
siLvr.it, to which dust
AND DIRT DO NOT ItllADILV
THIS POLISH IS KCONOMI-t'AI-IT
IM)i:s NOT HUH I IFF
THIS t'AKIJ TOO FHHKLV,
AND THICPt: IS NO WASTII.
IT IS ADAPTLD I'OH CI.IIAN-
inh (ioi i). si.,u:n and cit
v22uv r 'i. i-MJkJ.jflkil
,td. JSt;U-' ti;i