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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, MAR. 14, 1912.
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MARCH 14, 1912
llii the clamor
I l.l In iiiirsilu-s lire
u( the crowded
t r t ii in p It iiml dr.
Fr-ost confidence In Tart? Well,
jwevelt may think no but we don't.
Jfalklnj; ubout what your city
Tqulte an art, lint doing things
ppler and counts fur IoIh more
n eastern linn lias received an
Ier from China for U.UOO American
h. That will not bo far with a pop-
Hon of over 4uO.nuu.uuO
It must certainly be. accounted
per but tlio VIce-J'resldeiitlnl olllce
riasi to be the only one In the land
if' has to k scoutlnK around fur n
a to All It.
'he only honor for Roosevelt, If
alnated and elected Is that of being
llrat man to override the traditions
the States since the Declaration of
ependence :m signed
liamp Clark Is outspokenly for the
) sugur schedule. How can the
, uocrntlc delegates from llaMall kH
iyo the band wugoti of Clark and ex
. Xi..io noiu u irieuu at uoiue..
city Is measured by Its average
zen not by any particular section
i Interest, and any city that glveo
ifmlnence or special attention to cue
Dtlon as against auolher is Htniidliii;
Its own light.
JUST ANOTHER FALSEHOOD.
Wlko had a conference Jester
da with W U KniiliiKtoii, In the
course of which lie announced the
fact that he had "leslgned" from
the Taft League lie uttered these
tplc:illy Wine words
"I don't cure That crowd is
licked anyhow, and I Intend to get
out before they know It."
This will doubtless be Urinous
ly denied It Is natural that It
should be, but no denial can alter
the facts, which are as stilted
Advertiser news Item
Tills statement appearing In tlio
Advertiser Is a pure and unadulter
ated falsehood, deliberately printed to
misrepresent the situation
.lonn wmo did not have any con
ference with W H. Karrlngton and so
fur as Mr. rurrlngtoii knows John
wise has not at uny time exuressed
the sentiments used In the second par
agraph of the statement
Naturally the Advertiser, knowing
It mis publishing n deliberate false
hood, tries to cover Itself by assum
ing that its lies will be nulled.
In l.nct r.
J...O IMIIU 11,
pick nut the thirteen
from the forty-eight bright
..,tn. ,the Hag now, as they all shine
li tliu same magnitude May ll
)n come Hawaii's turn to say,
rive over, there, and make loom
end the roller towel after the pub-
-drinking cup und It will be u long
, 'In the right direction. The roller
el, like the rolling stone gathers
'Vinoss, but It gathers some things
Ji an Insanitary standpoint that
are to be dreaded.
the Superintendent of Public
rks speaks against the harbor Im
foment plumthat has unuiiestloiied
jjuunlty edjjSenuyit, How many
(eTreasons have to be given to con
ioNheSuperlnteiident of Public
ks that he should resign.
innble lo start ills third party and
Ing p. beautiful Bwat from the men
called Into secret conference, An-
ws Is trying to make himself not
by mixing up the Tuft U-iigue und
making tumble for the Civic Ked
ilon. Hasn't tills town made it
Ir that Andrews' "leaileishln" Is
i-i - -
Ii'ike' Jtlihanauioku Is apparently
Lin the hands of mainland friends.
they be us satisfactory us llono-
fi frlendB would be and assure him
fa fair deul. For n boy who has
er been off the Island of Oaliu be-
mt, lie Is making a great record, and
Vlll he greuter still If he shows
-he can "go It alone" and mill beat
iryining in sigui
feasor (busy writing)
Ooy: , I only want
It appears probable that the Dem
ocrats have u majority large, enough
to curry the free suguf scheme,
through the House of Representatives
but the nay Is not to be an easy one
or without vigorous opposition In their
The Democratic Ways and Means
Committee it seems, kept their rad
ical sugar giimo very much to tluni
helves, evidently realizing their free
trade proposal was a most unpopular
one. This aroused a general protest
and Congressman Ilroussard of Ixnils-
lana, the southern sugar Stute, Issued
the following statement which will no
doubt be elaborated In the discussion
on the tloor of the House today. If
anything more than perfunctory dis
cussion Is allowed:
'The secret caucus the dark room
operations t10 blind-man's -buff
method of legislation, will not answer
modern thought on matters affecting
the public welfare I full to see the
fono of this. If u man Is doing a
right thing, ho should Invito criticism.
This Is legislation by caucus, with
every member blindfolded. I Informed
t'nilerwood that this system of legis
lating would not do. I, for one, will
not stand for It. Tlio people of the
country luivo a right to know what Is
going on here "
mess from I ho Hawaiian Islands,
sent the following cablegram to
Congressman McKlnley, who Is In
charge of the Taft headquarters
here- "Depend on Hawaii dele
gates, six votes, Instructed for
There has been somo talk of In
subordination in Prince Cupid's
mld-1'uclflc district und the Itoose
velt men have been bragging that
the Hawaiian delegates would be
bagged by them.
The Taft workers hne been
worried over conditions on the
Islands und It Ts said that the
brunette prince was sent home to
operate the steam roller.
In Its Issue of February 17, the
St lxiuls (llobe-Democrnt, under the
Hash headline "Hawaii Instructs Her
Six Delegate for Taft," publishes the
lollowliig from Its Washington cor
respondent WASHINGTON, Feb. 1C With
seven presidential headquarters In
operation In Washington, the only
real results seem to bo recorded
nt those of President Tnft and
Speaker Champ Clnrk. They arc
the only ones who enn point to
delegates Instructed for them to
President Taft added six dele
gates froiu Hawaii to ills string
today, according to advices re
ceived from Delegate Jonuli K.
Kalunlannole, commonly known
us "Prince Cupid," the Delegate In
Congress from tlio Islands, Tlio
Information was the more appre
ciated at the Taft headquarters
and ut the White House because
Delegate Kalanlanaole had fav
ored an unlnstructed delegation.
Of course the head-line writer In
the olllce of the Olobe-Democrat was
n little premature In stating that the
delegates had already been Instructed,
as the convention lias not yet been
The point Is that the President's
supporters want the six delegates
from Hawaii und the assurance from
the Delegate to Congress that tlio Re
publicans of Hawaii would stand by
Mr. Taft, eliminated a source of
Now It Is up to the honorable and
thinking rank and (lie of the Repub
lican party In this Territory to see to
It that they do not allow- such a petty
squabble among the known support
ers of the President that they will fall
to deliver the goods. That Is exactly
what the mix-up in connection with
the Taft League threatens, provided It
Ih allowed to continue.
It Is time for these men to assert
themselves If they are thoroughly hon
est In their support of the President
The Fri-iir-Kuhlo business should
he cut out mil mil) In nurds, hut In
furl. Delegates for Taft should he the
sole mill mil) purpose f the iicllillj
In the precincts prelliiiliiiirj to the
If tlio situation of the past few
weeks Is continued. It Is quite pos
sible that the friends of the President
would tell the Delegate that they
coutd bo depended upon to look out
fur Hawaii In tariff matters If the
Delegato found he wus being threat
ened at home. Such things have beep
known to happen.
Hut the Republicans of Hawaii
ought to be big enough und broad
minded enough to quit petty squab-
bllug and see that the Tuft Issue Is so
thoroughly stripped of till side plays
and thus make It possible for (ho Del
egato to return to Washington at an
THE DELEGATE AND
lucre is no doubt that tlio news
which Delegato Kulilo cabled to Man
ager .McKlnley of the Taft campaign
giving assurances of the certainly of
a suuu uuiegiiiiou iur luu to tile iie-
publlcnn National convention, arrived
at the psychological moment and wus
mighty welcome to the President and
his ussoclutes, j
Tills wus not only ably set forth In I
tlio I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n's Washington letter '
from Correspondent Albert but Is fur-'
ther verified from other sources. I
The New York Sun published tlio
following from Its Washington bu
WASHINGTON. Feb. lfi Princo
Kalanlanaole, Delegate to Con- '
What do reads what he writes, and ho eats what
bho cooks " '
say "good- ,,n. W.a (()eH (t (lmt Hl.owIK
ami growling mean, Kurllo?
fecsor: Never mind now. I'm Eurllej I was thinking about tlio
Tomorrow moinliig will do-Just umplio.
. ' I "Did J on get on your knees when
you think Scribbler mid his wife you pioposed?"
ily love each other?" ."No; the girl 1 proposed lo was us-
I'm j certain of It. She "always Ing Ilium."
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
Christian Extension Movement
Two Important Meetings Tonight
1 . Union Meeting of the Five Cooperating Churches
At Thco H. Davics Mcmori.il Hall at 7:30 o'clock. Address
by Rev. R. E. Smith on an important phase of the movement.
Short Talks by several leadintj laymen.
Everybody who 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 and is willing to help swell the
chorus is wanted at this meeting.
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11 lluiigiilow-, mo-Urn, 0 roomi, Kaliiiukl J:ii00
12 lliiiiKiiIow, iimilt rn, A moms, I'lly f.CHHI
1C House, modern, T ronum, Mano.i nniill
IS Cottage, modern, C rooms, Manoa 3TC0
24. House, 2-story, modern, 10 rooms, City 4uli0
.14 lliingalow, G looms. City 37CO
4. Lot, 2 1-101) ncres J2000
3. Lot, 7Ex2M), PuiiiiiiI , 1280
i Lot, GO-100, Kallhl 350
25 Lot, MxlDO; Kalmulil 4(10
IS Three Lots, Ocean View Trait 1350
C2 Lot, l.uao-Mllt-et 1UUU
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Partly furnished. Piano, etc.
Suitable terms can be arranged.
924 BETHEL STRECT
Tha InteichaUKO was called foilh by
Secietary Knox'a letter on l-'ehruarv
Z to Count on IleiiiHloirr, the amh.iii
mulor from (Icimany, In which the
lewH mid the uttltiido of tlio Unite.!
Milton Inwaid the nltiiatlon In China
... . . .. """- JZ250 HiiiikuIiiw nillt.llllllll? Beven
uil.io.uaiH e,,ci..iy in eipieie,, urn.,, , mi ,m ( ( k
'"""T ",',' , '" "o ''I" """ lL'r,"!,"1 Kl..,r Can l- Loom ay term,
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WASHINGTON. Tell. 29.-nnRlimil. liml ttollIl, ,;, ,oKeiher to continue' . .
ItunBla, (iermatiy ami Japan hao ro the Inti-Kilty or China, while at tlio
Hponded favoriihly to Secretary Knox's hiiiiio tlnio It was cuimlnied ag an lu-l
Invitation to plare thenmolveB uu rec- ltatlun to oilier powoiH to plaro'
ord with the United StutcH for tlio U'emsclven on leconl. I
continued llitegilly or China and Joint m jtO Merchant Street Phone 3593
action without heeklnj; Individual ml-' In this country the ueiai;e In about. ,
Mintage 111 uny concerted movement clKhty-m-w-ii telephones for each one I
of the powera which may heroine nee-, thousand luhaldtaiitK.
canary In the present iliHturhauccx. i
Franco, Italy and Aimtila to whom! Actonlliiif to tin, latest ilKiiret, tin
copies of the nolo were sent, luno not '',, W'iii'm farm hand" pajioll rt-pie-lesponded.
Oliver G. Lansing.
Real Estate for Sale
Mochrn IIiiiikuIow and half aern or
land. Well Improved with planlH and
llarimlu )ii leu for uulek n.ilo.
Modern IIiiiikuIow und 10,000 h. It.
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Caxh or liiHlalmenta.
Walulao ltd. und 'Jill Ave $35
Mullock Ave 30
Kiilakaiia Avo 20
Manoa Valley 50
Wilder Ate 40
Kahi'iaua Ave 45
Walklkl lletich 40
l.inialllo HI, opp. Kewaln 35
Vnlolo Hill 136
Kuhala Ileuch Hi
WAT HOME" AND EXHIBIT
William Adnui or Tai-lllc firove.
('ill, will he kImii uu Intindiictlon lo
llonolulu'H urt-loliiK m.-ii mid women
tomonow nt uu "At Hoine" kImii Iiv
tin Klliihaua Art l.eanue. nt the nit
leilKUe looms, .Mllh-r mid lleretlllll.l
Mr Adam has heeu palutliiK for Home
weil.H on the othir vide or tills Island
mid Is mild lo have a Hue collection
or hUIcIics mid p.ilntliii-H as the le
Hllll The p-lllltlllKH will he on i-ilhl-tion
tomonow and Ratio day, at the
ait leiiKtie looms, und the "At Home"
tiiiuiiiniw fioui 3 In C, will nle tho
iiuiiiv luti itHtnl people mi oppiirtiinlly
or iiui-tliiK Mr mid Mis Adam
New Voik City exiiedK to io
$2(111,(1(111 n your hy HellliiK ItH kiiiUuko
liiHte.ul or paylnt; fur ItH iI1kiok1IIo'i
puts you in Instant touch
with your business asso
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Ilniise and Lot. Palatini 1.C&0
House mid Lot, l'alama 2.UU0
IIoum' unit Lot, Ahj Iiiiii ltd ... 1.750
lliislm-ss I'rnpirty, (Jueeii Ht. .. 15,000
llulldliiK I .ol, lleretiinlu Ht ... 35.000
House und Lot, 'Jill Ave, Kill-
House mid Lot. '.'til Ave, Kal
House mid Lot, 12th Ae Kal
IIuII.IIiik LutH, Kevvulo 1,000
llunloess Property, Kukul Lane 3,500
i'liriilshed House, Kuptnluiil Ht,...55
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All accessories for
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IN COPLEY PRINTS
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SEE THE NEW
HAND COLORED VIEWS
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Prizes and Favors
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Arts and Crafts Shop,
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(leans nt tho K.imo time that It
ith co.NTiNiiini usrc oivns
Till-: KIN 11, CLHAN KINIHH
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