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S'VEN.nffG 1JTJLLETIN .
EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, MAR. 12, 1912.
LY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
0., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
y every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
In the Territory of Hawaii.
LLACE R. FARRINUrON, - EDITOR
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
We're nil friends of Roosevelt.
That's why n InrKU iminbcr refuse In
support the Bcliemo fur lilm to run
again for the Presidency. Ho tuhl
the whole truth when he mild that Ills
litHt work could bo done outside the
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Ytr, ftnvline in US.
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Pel fr fcnywhttf u Csnldt I.ISo
Pel Vtsr lAMttatd. totilRO a.iMi
nlcrvd si Ibt Pmmricc al Honolulu
i trcooit-lam muter
MARCH 12, 1912
:Vo often urav for purity, unselfishness, foi the highest
lities of character, and forget that these tilings cannot be .
,but must be earned. Lyman Abbott.
NAILING JUST ONE FALSEHOOD.
,'he statement in the morning paper that W. R. Farrinnton
i at any time or is now associated with a "Republican
on" organization or a "Taft-Kuhio" League, is an abso
; falsehood. In my talks with Kuhio or Kuhio's friends I
e never heard of any Such proposed organization and
never seen such a declaration of principles as that pub
ed, though I agree fully with the sentiment that the Re
I'can party should not be conducted as a secret order,
belief has always been that there should be no factional
sion among the supporters of President Taft in this Ter
ry, and that the Taft League if carried out on the basis
ts announced purpose, should be big enough and broad
ugh to carry all the activities of citizens, who are honest
or Mr. Taft and who are also wise enough to not endang
he chances of a solid Taft delegation by forcing local is-,
s and factionalism into the primaries and convention to be
I in April. What little personal time I have devoted to
local Republican situation has been for the purpose of se
ing a brand of harmony that will bring the people togeth
n a spirit of progressive cooperation, rather than striving
(ill off the other fellow whose ideas for the time being do
meet with approval, ancTthus drive him into the ranks
he opposition. I feel.suro-that .progressive harmony as
linst harmony with a hatchet is what the people at large
it. I believe that is President Taft's idea of successful
ernment in this part of the country. I believe the Presi
t was absolutely right when he decided that the best
:hod of settling the Frear-Kuhio controversy was to send
aerial commissioner to the' islands. I should be surprised
e were found to approve the course of any Taft League
't accepted any phase of this controversy as a basis for its
t is well to remember at this time that the people of this
-ritory have a campaign before then this Fall, and if one
ig is needed more than another it is a strong municipal
,ernment for the City and County of Honolulu. If faction
)in forced into the comng primaries on the Frear
lio controversy is condue've to the result next Fall
'which we all ardently hope and pray and some are work
Mo bring about, then I must be put down as near-sighted
I hard of hearing.
W. R. FARRINGTON.
Just lest a moment from politics
and devote Btmie undivided attention
to the Christian Extension movement.
Kven Hhould you get nothing more
pleasing than another controversy, It
will ut least he n change of topic, and
that 8 oftentimes an good as a vaca
Incidentally It Is well to recall that
In lens than u year and a half the
Panama Canal will lie open to tralllc
Don't allow the tell cents of today's
business to blind the community to the
Importance of future trade certain to
come this way If the port Is made attractive.
Honolulu will be found very solidly
supporting the proposal of the Har
bor Commission put forwnrd by Com
missioner Wakefield. The Govern
incut should not only control the
wharves, but It should, equip each
landing plate with transportation uud
other facilities that will make It serve
Bteamshlps and shippers In the most
mid people think It Is too bad that
" inent Is not allowed while the Mil
" i Bite trlul Is proceeding.
this cold weather keeps up much i
er, Honolulu will Join with some
jho eastern cltleB In wondering
Ere Its coal Bupply will tome from
irhaps baseball Is In the hands of
lust. If bo It can lie credited with
IB responsible for the only pio-
llonul sport that Is played on the
There's absolutely no Held for an
other league ir the Taft I-eugue con
ducts Its program on the basis of fair
play. If President Taft Is for any
thing, he stands for fair play.
Perhaps the Lund Hoard Is right
hut what Is the udvautage of opening
lauds to homesteaders when those
lauds have no water available except
that which Is pumped from privately
owned water sources
(Continued from Pag 1)
WliereuH, ItimiN built by the Ter
ritory mid the county for similar work
huve nevir eiiialed the said Minn; and
Whereas, Good and substantial roads
can be built for eight thousand (JkOOO)
dollars per mile, which have been
shown and proven to stand the tralllc
for the last past ten and fifteen jears
and which are adequate for all the
county requirements; and
Whereas, The Hpeclllcatlons for the
construction of the said Mctlons are
too elaborate, thus causing excessive
and unnecessary cost, therefore estab
lishing n new precedence of extreme
cost per mile for road construction In
the County of llawnll; and
Whereas, The citizens and the pub
lic of the County of Hawaii lire re
sponsible for the payment of the In
terest mid principal on this JCOO.OUO
loan fund money; and
Wlureas, It Is for the benellt of the.
public that the greatest mileage of
road be built fiom this loan fund money
and boulevards are not necessary which
only covir a few miles of road and of
very little lienellt to the public of the
County of Hawaii; and
Whereas, If more moderate sptclfl
callous were drawn up fur the con
stiurtlon of the said sections of road
advertised for, that a greater number
of miles would be liultt for the Mime
amount of money; therefore be It
Resolved, That we, the members of
tile Hoard of Supervisors of the County
of Hawaii, lurehy protest against the
construction of the said sections of
road advertised by the Hawaii licit
Itoad Commissioners, thus establish
ing a new excessive precedence In the
ost of road construction In the Coun
ty of Hawaii, and request the said licit
ltoiul Commissioners to reject all bids
ns being excessive and .unnecessarily
expensive, and recommend that n new
set of more economical specifications
be drawn up so that n greater mlleuRo
After a few inoro have spent money
I In cablegrams to learn more ubout
ur Democratic friends say they are the sugar Hltuatlon. they will Ilnd It
sed to free sugar and will light to bo exactly as stated in the cable-
Inst It, but what can they ac
'pllsli 111 the face of the patty dec
heer up. The Democratic urogram
,?ulli Is so evident that the people
V never accept It, and four yeura
'o of Republican prosperity wll he
. jorder of the day.
here was nothing In the Supreme
1 (Ft declalon to prevent the cum-
fjn against the mosquito In this
-going forwnrd as a continuous
grams fiom the II u 1 1 n 1 1 h'b
Tho Taft League has only to curry
out the principle of fair play uud an
open door for straightforward Taft
men, That will wipe but factionalism
uud free the party from the reputation
of fostering factional programs.
It Is pleasing to know that no one
wants to tuke I'ulmytu away from us
The suggestion that such might be the
case has served tho purpose of re
minding the Governmtut that such a
Tlflnf ilmt't vfin ilnn'n mm--1 "Qlm tmiut tnbn nfliti l.lm limn i
f; (all f IF tJ " "H ...... s- ...,. . tJiev HI MOV HIIVI III III tllUII
ifim; Well, I've hud live proposalb ,.W)J, B(),,.
Siady tills season vvnue tuning mil
In tho conservatory. "'"" " """ "'"" "
gown that was held up by ono strap
firs. Hovvaid: And sot two of your over her left shoulder.
jf nro Hoy Scouts, Where do they
itnost of thlr reeconnoltorlng? Mr. Flubdub You women are
Irs. Coward: In our refrigerator, mighty slow. Dining tho time It toon
i I you to i.eleet that hut I went out and
know her father when he used lo, made $200.
about wllh-lils trouserit held utxbv MrH. nulidiib I'm m glud, ileur.
Ci'susncnder." V r r ' 'You'll'liee'd It! ' " ' '
Our determination to sup
ply our euitomcrs with an
absolutely puro, healthy
milk, and at the umi tlmo
a milk of exceptional rich
nest, has been carried out
with the result of a large
ly increased list of cus
tomers and all entirely
Christian Extension Movement
Tonight at 8 o'clock
Reception to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butler at the Methodist Church, corner Bcretania .
and Victoria Streets. Everyone invited. Come and get acquainted. Mr. Butler will
Tomorrow Night at 7:30
1. Union meeting of the Five Cooperating Churches, Theo. Davies Memorial Hall.
Address by Rev. R. E. Snvth on an important phase of the movement. Short
talks by several leading laymen. Everybody that has any interest in the success
of the coming meetings is urged to be present.
2. First meeting of the Union Chorus Choir with Mr. Butler at Central Union church
at the same hour Everybody that sings is wanted at this meeting.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
11 llungalovv, modern, i rooms, Kalumkl (3200
12 llungalovv, modern, C moms, Oily lit"'0
10. House, modern, 7 room.". Mauo.i I'.bilo
18 Cottage, modern, C riiomf., Miiinii :i7f.O
SI. House, 2-story, modern, in looms, City 4uoo
34 lluiignlow, G rooms, City 37&U
4. Lot, 2 1-100 acres , J200l
:i Lot. TSX200, I'uunul v, 150
0. Lot, M-IOD.-Kallhl . '. 310
sr.. Lot, COxir.O, KalliiuM 4 GO
IS. Three Lots,, Ocean View Tract 13G0
f.2 Lot, l.uso Street IU00
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
it roa'J can be built fur the rami)
money and thus leave a portion of the
loan fund money for the Inifiruvcmeiil
of our roads In the outer dlstrhts; and
be It further
Hexolvcd, That mples of tills resolu
tion be forwarded to the chairman of
the licit Ho. id Commission, the Super
intendent of 1'iibliu Win Its, the llov
eruor of the Tcrritor and lo each
newspaper 111 the Tiirltory of Ha
(Hud) HAMmil. K'AUHA.N'i:,
Supervisor, Kali District,
Mnicli 8, 1912.
I hereby certify that the above Is n
true and correct iopy of the original,
now on llle In my olllee
II. A. I.VQN,
Deputy County fit rk.
(Continued tram Page 1)
a commission form of government for
Honolulu, hut on the question of Ink
ing shies for or against candidates
! there was much disagreement.
"I doubt If the Federation will de-
chlu lo go Into politics to such an ex
tent," was the opinion impressed this
morning by It. II. Anderson, chairman
of the committee which handled the
I "Personally, 1 feel that where such
u division exists as was shown In the
voting, Hit) Federation should not take
024 BETHEL 8TREET
Stocks & Bonds
Money to loan on Lilted Col
lateral or Productivo Real Estate.
House and Lot. IMIama $,1,CS0
Home and Lot, I'nlaina 2,1100
House and Lot, AhjIiiiii ltd. ... L7f0
llllslllesH Propel ty, queen St. .. 15.001)
llilllillug Lot, ll.letanla St. ... 35.000
House and Lot, ".nil Ave, Kill-
, viiiiiI.I WO
House and Lot, Uth Ave, Kill
lloii'x. and Lot, 121)i Ave., Kul-
lluihling Lots, Ketvul 1,000
IliiiOuesH Propirty, Kukul Lane 3,500
$22CO lliingiilow Miutuliilng seven J
looms mid Lath, mi liullel. Ave, near
King Can . Iionglii on eas terms
Oliver G. Lansing,
I'urnl.hecl House, Knploluul St $55
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
eO Merchant Street
a c Hon toward going Into politics. I
believe It Is the genual policy that
wliete any huge number of tho luein
lieis object to entering polities the
I organization should not do so, even
though there Is a small majority In
favor of It "
" ' I' ' " ' ' ' ' i
Real Estate for Sale
Modern lluiigulow and half acre of
land, Well Improved Willi plants uud
trees. ' J .
Itarguln price for quick sule.
MAKIKI DISTRICT J,,
' Modern Uungulow and 10,000 sip ft.
of luud In the Maklkl District. .,
Price, reasouublu g
Cash or Instalments. ' ,
Wulalao ltd. and Dili Ave (35 '
. Mullock Ave ; 30
KalaUallii Ave 20 ' '
Mnnoa Valley 50 " '
Wilder Ave 40
Kahikuuu Ave 45
Walklkl Ileacli 40
l.uniilllo St., opp. Kewulo 35
Palnlo Hill 135
Kahulii Heaeli 85
WILL BE GOOD
' l1!.! film I.. ll.t.t.llt.l.. .1 III l.n lllllll..
i,.rij'iiu ii, i ...... 'iiiii, .to uu .,v,-
esle'd III seeing Ihu llonlue euteitulu
ment at the Opera llousn this next
Hatuidu) evening and no visiting tour
ist can affoid to miss It If ho failed
tu get hero In tlmo to gleet Madam
Pele on her icceut Now Year's visit,
and as fur tho lecent Kloial Parade,
It far sin passes anything of the kind
ever attempted hefoie, Iho light uud
vvealhei conditions being pel feet.
For liens uud (lie I rut Ii about H nil
people I1113 Hit II ii 1 1 ii 1 1 n.
The Office of the
Is open on week days from 7 a. m. to
fl30 p. m,, and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m. and until 11 every night for
tho receipt of ships' messages
SEE THE NEW
HAND COLORED VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNER8
Arts and Crafls Shop,
Dlthop Street Yrung Hotel Building
All accessories for
Home Studio Work.
-ORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COPLKV PR1NT8
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAIViINO CO
17 Hotel 8tr..t
cleans at the same tlmo that It
ITS C'ONTINI'IID USi: OIVI1S
Till: I'lNIJ. fl.HAN KINIHII
Ol" OLD IINdl.lSH HTKIU.INO
SILVIMt. TO WHICH DUHT
AND DIItT DO NOT HHADII.Y
THIS POLISH IS HCONOMI-CAI.-IT
HODS NOT HUH OVF
Till: 4'AKIJ TOO ritHKLY,
AND 'IIIHIti: IS NO WAHTR.
IT IS AinPTIll) l-'lllt i'l.i:N
INH HOLD SIl.VLIt AND Cl'T
Sold Only by
H. f. WICHMAN & CO.
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