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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 16, 1912.
)AILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
member of the associated press.
Circulation largest of any newspaper published
; in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallace R. Fakkinwton, - Editor
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MARCH 16, 1912
The heait that is soonest awake to the flowers
Is always the first to be touched by the thorns,
Honolulu business nmanizalions will be (icttinu down to
rractical brass tacks if tlicv have Exncrt Field turn to the
iVater and Sewer Bureau of the Territorial Government.
St. Patrick's day fallinti on a Sunday should remind the
ions of Ireland that religious intolerance has been the root of
III Ireland s evil. On what better day could the Irishman
'ledge himself to freedom of thought, regard for his fellows.
lair neiu aiui no javor.
i The Bulletin was the first and only paper to publish
"ie exact status of the sugar tariff discussion in the House
n Friday. The B u 1 1 e t i n's Washington bureau has not
. nly kept the public reliably informed, but the Bulletin
atrons have always got their information first. Everyone
cts the Bulletin to get the news.
; FREE SUGAR FOLLY AND HAWAII. '
Brought down to the final analysis of practical results, the
.ombined free sugar and excise bill, passed by the Demo
'ats of the House of Representatives Friday, would, if made
i law, bring about a period of financial upheaval, govern
mental distressed depression throughout the United States.
The bill contemplates a complete overthrow oT the revenue
;heme of the Government. This cannot be accomplished in
i day, nor can it be done without widespread injury to not
one an industry that may be immediately affected. When
ic Government is in financial distress, as it w"ll unqucstion
oly be under the free sugar bill program, the whole finan
al and industrial system of the country will be upset. Con
Jcnce is destroyed, and that means widespread depression
. not actual crash and panic.
i- It must be remembered that this free sugar kite lias a tail
iithout which it cannot possibly fly, namely the "excise" tax
h corporations. The theoretical expectation is that the
excise" tax will make up for the extraordinary loss of rcv
fiue occasioned by placing refined sugar on the free list.
But anyone who stops to think, knows that this excise
rature, if adopted, would never be accepted without a long
.iid bitter fight in the courts.
Noth'ng could be easier than wiping out a present source
. revenue. The law has merely to be repealed.
'But it is quite a different matter to collect revenue under
'new law .representing a radical departure from the estab-
hed systems. The excise law would certainly be put to the
gal test. If it were found constitutional in all points, not
ss than two years would be required to obtain a decision.
inng all that time not only would the sugar industry be
' ought to a standstill, but the very Government itself
.puld be thrown into financial distress, bond buying ncccs-
. iy and possible penury. Such a condition is always reflcct-
I on the business of the country, and the wind-up would be
panic, bitter condemnation of the Democrats and a return
Republicanism and traditional governmental policies.
JThe B u II e t i n believes that the American people arc by
, i means blind to these facts. Or if they are now indiffer-
it he canvass of the National campaign will arouse them.
Where is no doubt that the move is a political trick so far
the House Democrats arc concerned, and it is quite within
re range of possibilities that the whole scheme is hatched
"jdraw attention away from the Steel Trust that operates in
,abama as well as Pennsylvania, and center it on the Sugar
ust, that now has to buy its raw product from American
FWhat of the future, so far as Hawaii is concerned?
'Well, we do not believe that the American people have lost
teir minds. We .know that the President stands a bulwark
t'amst such criminal national folly.
BUttnat tioesn't moan that Hawaii should not fiuht and
m or an there is in its people, to whom free sugar means
flnihi nfinn Mn cimir nut nunni :i i i-.l' .... . .
mmmuiium. ,u oiiuuiu nut uaijuui u m in ir firms in rn
WOMEN AND I10N0LI1LU BEAUTIFUL
Women licliliul (ho Honolulu llenu
tlful muu'iticrit hate kIumi tlin public
ii tcry wrong Impression nf llin pur
pose of their activities, If that pur
pose In to he iiuil net as tlin medium
for working out the hobby of one par
ticular faction of the city.
If such should iroe to lie the mo
tive, It will of course full utterly.
Women should know even belter
than the men, that fences enn't be
kicked down, billboards can't be
kicked over, nny mine than the Del
egate can be kicked buck to Washing
ton by Individuals whom he knows are
tr.vltiR to destroy him utterly.
Women don't pi In their points by
complaints, and Biiarls and whimpers,
and tin eats. They arc. kind and Rood
and friendly timl sort of hypnotic In
a way thai gains a point while, the
Ictini Is protesting that It shall never
be allow ed. .
On such n platform, a woman's
work done In it woman's way, the
Honolulu lleautlfiil cnmp.ilKii will
Woman Raining her ends by swing
ing a bloom handle may be all right
for the comic weekly, but she's not
the woman who accomplishes what
she bock after
of meat rises
IIII.O, Hawaii, March 12 Stiper-
lMr lleno Heckley lust weo't
brought to lliln Hip ii.irtleiilarH of the
arrangements which Wnlmea Is mak
ing to relebralo tho Seteiitocntli or
March, when that hlstoilc tillage Is
to kit one of the biggest affairs which
it has seen for many a long ear. Ono
nniKl not, linnet or. Jump to the hasty
conclusion that tho mountain town
has suddenly been seized by an Irish
Tenor with the purpose of honoring
Hie Kieal Saint Patrick.
The occasion Is a more direct olio.
namely the ccleluallon of the day on
whirli Thehiin T. Iv. Parker llin vniini?
heiress to whom belongs the vast l'ar-i
ker ranch estate, reaches her legal
'Tho preparations for this otent
linto been going on for some tliuo
past," said Heckley. "As a matter of
fact, the people in Honolulu have been
lircnarlni! for It. and when the cele
bration comes oh It will bo attended
by guests fiom nil over tlio lslaiuls
Not only have tho Walmea pnoplo
been intlted, but Irom Kohnln. Kon.i
aim Kau will come a swarm of quests
while there urn so many coming from
Honolulu that one entire side of tho
Mauna Ken has been ciiKaKPd to car
ry tho p.irty In addition to the crowd
coming on the Mauna Kc.i on Wednes
day morning, them will be n bunch
coming from Honolulu In the Kilaucn,
which will land at Knwalhac on tho
morning of Saturiliiy, March lfi.
As the setenteenth of March. Mis
Parker's birthday, falls on a Sniulav
tho celebration will start the iHy Ik
Tote, I don't Know how lone It
An Unusual Musical Treat
Sacred Song and Story Recital
By Fred Butler
Soloist ot; the Christian Extension Movement
BIG CHORUS CHOIR
Empire Theater, Sunday Evening, at 7:30.
Public Cordially Invited. Admission Free
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
11 HuiiKuloiv, mo'Jrrn, H rooms, Kalioukl (3200
1'J Ilungalow, modern, r. rooms. City S000
IC. House, inodcrti, 7 room, Mnmu fiooo
18 CottaKC nioclcrll, C rooms, Million :!7M
St. lloiine, i-story, modern, 10 rooms. City 4000
31 IluiiKalow, r rooms. City ,... 3TC0
l,ot, 2 1-100 ncres $2000
3 Lot, TSxSOO, l'uunul . , i:r,o
f, Lot, 50-l.qp, Kallhl '... 3r.O
iS. Lot, COxIDO, Kalmukt tf,0
1. Threo Lots, Ocean View Trait 13&0
OS. I,ot, Lupo Street 100O
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
players hate been ciiKaiu'd to play for euro; and it is a haidshlp on the imio
the occasion; they mo to arrive on especially those who have meat but
Saturday. I'lniilly thero will bo soino seldom, and then as a necessity i,
roo,i horso races, and there has also necessary luxiir.t. If you like,
been talk of hating mhuo toping con- Whether or not theio is such a Ihlni;
tests and similar ranch stunts, which lis a beef t rut t In these Hawaiian Isl
nre to be pulled off for the benefit of amis Is a question that has noter so
ldo visitors." Illlo Trlbuno. rlonsly been taken up by tho authorl
IIII.O. Hawaii. March II. Ilecf has ties: in ant otent. theio Is a ileen Htm-
Rono up a cent a vounil. On March I, path) cxIsIIiik between thoto whol
Hliv llin nnntiMti,,., u fifi.l tlin,- jinttlil bill,, lip, if ittlninulu .il lii,,,l tti.tlt
Wllllfji bill,,, flin 1f.mil rnl.A ti'm.l lul.t llin?) I M f lln, fiiinuiininrl I
. F ..", III- , -lilll IIIICIU IIVIII ,111.. .... .. l... I iriinuuil i i,
last I kiicss no one knows. It will' , Th u-r iu i,..i ..a ,-...i i...h m. , . .......
ssu-A ass. a i si.'. Hi xb. a.is ' ? ?; :
oneiiini; of ii hlcr snrlnl I...II. wl.irh h.. LI.. "",..." ... 1 ..." ..VJ"V '. ..,. ., on naiuiuuy llie.o
list been eomiiletc! fl win T,n . . . ' K ' u na" nro ,0 b0 "lcllt il,ul "M"-''!"! doliifis,
jusi nccn compieicu. nils will bo ,. .,, f .... .,.., f ,,, n ,i,,rimr Jim ., ,..-... , ...., . . .,
,, " " - - i iiiviioii-i Minn, iiuwiuu iiiiiiuii iniiu ,ui
DWELLING-HOUSC on lOtlt
Avenue and Karouiki Street.
Two blocks from ear line.
E (jht rooms three bedrooms.
Portly furnished. Piano, etc.
Suitable terms can be Arranged.
021 OCTHCL STREET
$2200 JlilliiMlnw lonllillllllK setcil
ioiioim anil b.illi, mi (iiilbk Ave., near
King. Call lie liiiunlll nil HIS) tt'llllt
Oliver C. Lansing,
Ilouxe mid I.ol. I'lil.nn.l J 1 .050
House ami I.ol, I'abiuia 2.000
House unit Lot. ..s.liim ltd ... 1.7M)
IIiikIiiiss I'mperty. IJuceii St. .. 16.000
llullillin; Lot, l.crctmil.i St ... aS.iiOO
IIoiimi mill l.nl, Illll Ate, Klll-
llniise ami I.ol. !Mli Ate, Knl-
iniikl ..'. S.55U
HoiiKe and Lot, i:tli Ave., Kul-
lliilnlliii; Lots, Jcwiilo Leon
ItiislnesH Propeity, ICiikul l.'iiie :l,r.0(J
riirnlilitil House, ICapbil.ini Kt.. .$55
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Socond Floor, Judd Building
bO Merchant Street
IntRo cnoiiRli to Dccommodate all the
,i r ,.-..1 .. . ,u.ir. inn. isliinilH. horses races, ronlm? cnu
"'" " "l,""""1' "V," "''." W over tlio cause, beef Is ono tests ami innornl Jolllllrnlloi o colo-
festlval occasions and will bn a i"1 . ,..,.. ..,........,. ..... ,. . . . ' hl"'n" joiiiucaiion in teio-
addition to tho tlllaso. Then theio J.. " n. . '. .J. . " . . T ?. "1. '""""? "f aK f "l0 ,Kl'
will, of course, be a ln.ui. and I under- Ir.l . ".., '"'.:.. . , ."' ' "" .'"'" " K r'"K" r"alc'
stand that It will bo an exrecllnctv' ".'.'. '''" , '"r ..,'e" ' m. ."'"' "u" . "", ""Vi""'' "' "t l"'l
elaborale affair There will be ,,;.,-' """ ko ineir .nuer- ..cer may help pay for tho luau
Iiik, I guess, for Krnest Kaal and his
I KICKIN' AROUN
Vsupposo nur wlfo Is cnjoylni; her
Not so much. .She has (hire wom-
IvlKllliiK her, each mi a dlffeieut
"Why does tho KlralTo have such u
loni; ncrk?" asks tho teacher
"lleeauso Kb liead Is so far nwnv
from Its Uoily," hoierully answers tho
"II'U II 1,41.1.1 11,1.. .... 1.
trocor: Did that watermelon I soldblKKor than i um i ',.,.i.i i ,....
Iljo for tllO Wliolo fllllllly? toil a L-on.l nm. r l i....
ii" r ,, , , - , , , - " u i"-" ii'iiiiih iu buy iiiui
customer: Very nicely. Tho doctor ono cuimni ,iini.iui, ..1....1 .. ......
., . - I r -.....,, uiiiiiu uiuauiy
E'allltiK -ot. iiinnne men."
Freeh milk, absolutely
pure and rich, la superior
in every way to the best
of preserved milks.
Fresh milk is Nature's
own food, and tho milk
supplied by us is abso
lutely pure and very rich.
One trial will convince
7 acres Land In Manoa Valley
less than a mile from end of
car line $3000
Lots on Palolo Hill .$600 and up
New Dungalow at Kalmuki $2500
Houses for Rent
14th and Palolo Aves...Z D. R. $40.00
Kccagmoku and Dominis
Sts 2 " 00.00
9th and Pahon Aves 2 " 40.00
Manoa Valloy 2 " MOO
Kalakaiia Avo 4 " 45.00
Kinau St 4 " 37,50
Lunaldo St 3 " 35.00
Lunalllo St 3 " 32.50
1266 Matlock Av 2 " 27.50
Deretanla St 3 " 27.50
Pawaa, near King St. ..2 " 25.00
Kalaliaua Ave 3 " 20.00
10th and Palolo Aves. . .2 " 25.00
L. Met". Is now wcirliiK 11 great big
f row n
'Cause V MrC.'a friends kick liiti ilng
llul I,. MiC. mil 0 la a stajer 1 enow 11,
All' they gotta slop klckiu' his dog
Thcic's little I .on In, ho'ti ninnlii'
Trylu' to luu.ite lilt, tiu-c.uineil I101111'.
Ho'h i.o.'e 'caui'o ho now lias foiiu'
How Itepiibllcaiis kick his ilog ininin'
Honolulu, March If,, 'IL'
rORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COPLKV IMIINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE TRAMINO CO
17 Hotel Streat
Tho NKijiM ll of llin nnlhi.iclle coil
mine onmalorii mo nald to bellevo lli.il
the nilnoiB will i.tiiko, its tho operator
will iefui.0 In aiant any of their do
puti you in instant touch
with your business nbto
ciates on the other islands
SEE THE NEW
HAND COLORED VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Young Hotel Building
ili'ims at the Bin no tliuu that It
ITU ('UNTIM'I.I) I'HIO UIVKS
Tin: i'ini:. ci.han itnisii
Ol' OLD l.N.JLIHIl HTIHtLINO
MII.VHIl. TO WHICH miKT
AND DIHT DO NOT Itl.ADII.V
TIILS POLIKIl IS HCONOMI-t'AIr-
IT DOI.H NOT Itllll OI'K
'i 111: i'aici: too ni'iuLv,
AND tiiijui: IS No WAHTIJ.
it is adai-ii.d roii ci.ijan-
LN'ii HOLD, SII.Vi:i! AM) fl'T
Sold Only by
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.