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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU,"!". H., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 13, 19!2.
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ll'enrl llurbor In rcrtiiln to bo n cum
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TO 8E GOOD
MARCH 13, 1912
'here li mi road Ion lent; In the man lindon, .short on eoat nnd long on
' niltnnic -lilllirruli-i) and with- suffraKettos, feels thai ilisiiMerH all
undue luMci there are mi honors i come at onee
dMiint tit the iii.ui lio prepares i
iielf far them wllh p.illenee. l.a
ther places go entry but ffw quite
-iiilckly as Honolulu
President Tuft I a bit henrteil, rcii
oi otis man All activities In his behalf
should take on the same character.
Recent advices on the sonar tariff
situation have caused the men who
have confidence In tho future of lla-
Duke Kuhanaiuokifs nose had
i been a little loncr he woulil wall to liuj
Autnabl) have won even the race of " -
f ' e cnliif i ',(,e of the machinery of the Ilepub
y 1 Itr.in parlj by Itidependi tit Ic.iruos Is
resident Tnft has set the example bound to come to jrlef. and brliiR tho
' ellmlnntlni; personallUc. Why party to that unfortunate position.
uld not bis followi'is in Hawaii ? ;
-jit the same very excellent plan ' Kx-Covernor Carter's most Import
' . ,int duly Is keeping the sanitation
ho House will take up Its tariff campaign for Honolulu Koine ahead
k tomorrow, and If possible the full steam That c.in take precedence
mocrnllc majority will continue the over the Hnn-eelt in-;iii and we
Vivcrsatlon until the election 111 No- have no doubt it will
(When the Chicago Dally News lists
-elf with the Tnft supporters, no one
In say that Mr Tnft lacks a might)
rung following among the most vlg
Jous of progressives
alt must bo admitted that third
nns have never been popular In the
Inlted Stirtes. So ll Is hard to under-
and why Mr. ltookevelt should und-
itnko changing tho style.
Men from the mainland who ure
pkklni; up pieces of real estate In
Honolulu are balking their Judgment
gained through experience In the live
towns of the west Tiny know that
Honolulu Is bound to grow
'so Lcirrln Andrews Is the political
Men! causing all tho trouble That
J&by no means a new rolo for An
drews nnd II can hardly be supposed
fint his emplojers were Ignorant of
Duke Kahannniuku has given a won
dcrful exhibition of the Hawaiian
brand uf ntbletes. Where (an you
find u duplicate for the record of this
man who ha-j never trained a day, go
ing Into a frigid climate, mnklng his
contests tinder londltlons radically
different than he has over known, anil
defeating tho best (hat (lie country
can produce for speed and endurance.
There'll bo no one on tho list ut Stock
holm who better deserves the palm.
and Duke will get It barring accidents.
'So the Superintendent of l'ublle
works Is scheming to extend tho wnt
Ktmetcr system In the illy Is there
(nytlilng else foolish for the Superln-
Bndcnt of Public Works to undertake
ir making the Republican Terrl
Drlal administration unpopular
(With Congress passing tariff bills
pp to tho President, the President has
Every warm one to hand back when
lie places upon the representatives of
he people In Congress assembled to
ficclde what this corntry shall do to-
(yard aiding Mexico to keep the peace
IKverjono Is pleased to know that
r,ho Chamber of Commerce building
iias not gone by the board. Muy It
Baot be delayed by n long lontroversy
liver the proposed site, notwithstand
ing tho fact that the settlement of the
Federal building site will have much
to do with tho best location for the
iicimo of tho commercial bodies
Henry Clews, who was one of Mr.
Roosevelt's ardent backers at one
time, says In his latest banking cir
cular: "A disposition toward wider
activity and strength characterized
stock market operations during the
last few iI.qh. One reason for this
change for tho better was the partial
clarifying of the political outlook. The
ex-President's open declaration that
he was a candidate for the Presidency
settled all uncertainty In that respect.
The opinion prevails that If he cannot
sicure tho Republican nomination, he
cannot be elected on un Independent
nomination; hence apprehension In
that direction has been largely sub
dued Unless all signs fall radicalism
has reached Its zenith and will soon
begin to give way to saner nnd more
Tli kits are going very fast for the
Y. XI l" A night to be In Id next Prl
ila Two thousand were to be Issued,
and present n ports show that they are
uarly all gone now. Those wishing
Hcl.itH hid bitter hurry up or they
will be too tut,'. The phues to gel
them are the Y M. C A. nnd lliii .
W. C A I
llelow Is glvin the concert program
anil the bow ling stunts that aru to he
pulled olT during the evening. Thu
nlliys will be reserved tor the use of
the I. idles mil), and mill will bo
strktl) horrid except as spectators
During the evening several stirprlin
stunts are also to be pulled off, which
nt the pnsint time are being kept ll
ilnrk mirct Tin re will be sniini fun
before these are Ibroimh, honevir.anil
piople ill nttitnhinie should be ii tho
ookiuit fur them The musicians will
play In the lobby during the evening,
ami thb whole place will be n blaze of
Pillowing Is the program that will
be remlireil la the games hall Chair
man, It A. McKldowney.
Pianoforte Hnlo I'antase .... Chopin
.Miss 1I( leu P. Cmlwell j
Charm ter Story C. II Meyers
KeIeitlun..Y. M. C A. I.yrlc gimrtet
Messrs. (1 V. D)xon, llrst tenor; '
t J Dunn, second tenor; Chester
,U I. Kingston, baritone; C. II.
llarltone Solo Arthur Jones
Reading Miss lYaneos Dillingham
llass Koto The Armorer's Song (from
Roliiu Hood) DeKoveu
Indl.in Club Swinging
Prank " Atherton
Soprano Solo liny making. . .Nicilhn in
Miss IMItli Ilosulyu Colhils
Pianoforte Solo Hrollk Crelg
I)r V J Webbir.
Whistling Solo Dr S D Karnes
Selection Kaul lllee Club
.Simultaneously In lobby Kaal Oleo
Club, games, refreshments, ilc In
bowling alleys IjkIIib' howling coin-
Christian Extension Movement
Two Important Meetings Tonight
1 . Union Meeting of the Five Cooperating Churches
. ' At Thco H. Davics Memorial Hall at 7:30 o'clock. Address
by Rev. R. E. Smith on an important phase ol the movement.
Short Talks by several Icadiny laymen.
Everybody who has any interest in the success ot the
cominfl meetings !s urged to be present.
.First Meeting of the Union Chorus Choir with Mr. Butler
At Central Union Church at the same hour.
Everybody that sincjs and is willing to help swell the
chorus is wanted at this mooting.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
11 llungnlow, modern 1 room I'tilniuM .
12 llungnlow, nioilirn, r. rooms city
1G House, modern, 7 rooms Xlauo.i
18 Collage, modern, r, rooms. .Mimoa .
L'l. House, 2-story, modern. Ill rooms, City
.14 llungnlow, 0 rooms, City
4 J.nt, 2 1-100 acres 2O00
H Lot, 7r.x300, Pauuiil . . .. , 12MI
i; Lot, r.0-100,' Kallhl IT'"
I!'.. Lot, 50x160, Kahiiiikl 460
IS. Thrco l.o(s. Oiean View Tract 1260
r,J. l.nt, I.uso Street 1000
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Money to loan on Listed Col
lateral or Productlvo float dilate.
petition (open to all ladles),
nights" at 11 o'clock
BOAT RACE OFF.
Tho pulling race between tho crows
of the cruiser South Dakota ami tho
revenue intler Thetis has been called
off. Tho South Uakotus withdrew,
much to tho disappointment of their
A regular meeting of tho Jloanl of
Trustees of the Honolulu Chamber of
Commerce Is being held ut its room
today at 3 o'clock p. in.
FIRST MAN TO FILE
LANDING PAPERS TODAY
Maunis Henry t)ll..imp,' Cntlmlii
priest at Uih.iln.1, Maul, who tiled bis
petition for nfltiiriillratlon In Hie l'eil-(
iral Court this morning, Is tho llrst
man who has also Mini his iirtlllialo
This domini nl H necessary In con
nection with applications of persons
coming to the Culled Stall s aflir .Inn"
29, 1906. The local authorities are
not too will plcmid with the amount
of rid tape louuutcil with (ho docu
ment, either If. fur Instance, n man
urrlvcb at Honolulu, In order to get
Ids landing paper he has to Innl'ti ap
plication to tVubhliiEton The authori
ties thero lommunli'Mtc with the local
piople, who Kind hafk Hie return Qu
Us arrival at Washington it h again
suit baih In-rc In the original nppll
J'uthei Wckunip was burn III Cer
ium), Is thirty-eight years old, anil
'time hue in l!i(IC.
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824 BETHEL STREET
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Muiim ami l.nt. I'nl.inii,. 'l'r'"
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Hon, i- and Lot. Asylum ltd ... I .".Ml
lluclncss Properly, Uncoil St. .. It."")
nutlillug lot. Hi n Inula St """"
House mid Lot. '.'lb Ave, Kul-
Ilniiie and l.ol. 'Jill Ave. Knl-
HoiiM. and Lot, 12th Ave., Knl-
llulhllng Lots. i Willi l.",HI
llu-lness Piopirty, Kukul Lane 3,600
Cm nl hid House. Kaplol.inl SI....J53
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
Democrats appear In have it In for
the farmers on general principles.
SThcy nro attacking tho farmers' sugar
r beet crop on ono hand and then turn
llo the agricultural colleges and lop
foff a million or so from the npproprl
fntlon that would assist tho farmers
tdrough the extension of scientific
Kvork. lively record tho Democrats.
about time that business
IT MIGHT HAPPEN.
President Taft has passed the pail
llcntiou of Mexico up lo Congress.
Taking a lesson fiom this, the solid
peoplo of Hawaii should endeavor to
so conduct themselves that President
Tnft will not feel called upon to pass
tho paclllcation of Hawaii up to thn
b.une source. In order that ho may bo
saved from further worry
HONOLULU WHARVES AND
In thn midst of the mlx-up on other
rtmen of tho community who are not matters, It Is most gratifying to nolo
accustomed to taking a hand In pol
itics except in a crisis, to step In ami
head fill what will result in a factional
ytat Hint may not only Jeop.irdlzo the
Tuft .delegation by defeating thn very
the uianlnilty with which dm bust-lies-,
section of (ha town gets behind
I lie proposed improvements for tho
Tho plan now up for discussion is
jiurposo for which tho Tft l.eagui' one that presents what every business I
'' 1- . ..... - UAMi.Ann r i i.i- ,.. i.i.. .i. i,i,. '
'. WH8 Organizeu, Olll miuw lYirwniih" "I limn in M'''nni ill inn i,,vii iicui luun
r the Ilepubllcnn party nil along tho and also from the government olll
clency In service
f' "Wombat Bays his vvlfo Is his right
with m ciodltors, t.lr.
"Jlnmiii.i, who Is In command of tho
"Sometimes ho doesn't let his right1 Krmy 0f tho iineniplojeil?'
aiiuiul know what his loft luud Is do
Mr. Ilnfllonr Can't you wait u year
bcforo jou marry my daughter?
"Tho captains of lnius(i, my son"
Marks: Docs jour wire play by ear'
Parks: Yos, hut not by mv ear, If
I can holp It,
Our determination to sup
ply our customers with an
abtolutely pure, healthy
milk, and at the tame time
a milk of exceptional rich
nesi, hai been carried out
with the result of a largo
ly Increased list of cus
tomers and all entirely
(IHOIKir.TOWN, Col., Kelt 'JO -l.o i
(low, a Chin. un. in vi'slcid.iv aiinoune
eil his eaiiilhbic) foi councilman heie,
Hied the pioper papeis to soeuio a,
place mi Hie ballot, nnd slatted hi.
cnmp-iigii with un Amcrlc'iii un i .iiu
palgn manager Tho III id step of Cow
nnd his malinger was In pincluiKO silk
hnls In iiiiupletc their otherwise slvl
lh nttiie. lifter which they starli'd a
hoiiso-to-houso ciiivass for votes I
Cow Is snhl In bo tho llrst tmclgu-,
horn Chiuaiii'in In run fur nlllen in
America, llo enmo lo this country!
when he was four ears old
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Investiirations, and furnishes Reports
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Mudern llungnlow and half acre of
land Well Improved Willi plants ami
llnrgillll price for iiilcl salo
Modern llungnlow and 10,000 ui. ft.
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Cash or iiistalmiuts.
Wal.ilao ltd nnd litli Ave j:iS
.Malliicli Avo. Si)
Kalakmia Avo 20
Manna Valley M
AVIhlir Avo 4"
Kahikaua Ave 4I
Wnlklkl Heach 40
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I'alolo Hill i-IS
Knhnll Ileach 85
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