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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAR. 25, 1912.
Even tng Bulletin
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niestnl and tlit
Mux leu a reaih
kindly remove the
peppir-cnii out of
Tli- rMUltn nf tliL' utiavv votes bring
t.iliin ttirmiKliuiU tin- i mi nt r nil tell
tin' B.imi! Htury Tuft, Tuft, Tuft
KlllltiK niiislonurli'h Is lint the (.ic
iest i ii. ill to liberty and mull nctiuim
Ihjuo bien known tn luid In another
Wl.cn In doiilit on what tn do, tun.
ciiiiiiilunlt) merit) looHf on bidding
the tourist come this wiiy, nnd mean
while clenn up tho town.
If then' Is any such tiling us centi
me in, It Is all drifting one w.i K.ilri
ibl.iv lu rtti Aliierlf.ini trull litnl tliiirn
.it.. Ho.li who think that Mr Tatt Is,"11" '" l'l'rcntl ''"
not being treatid exaitly fair
Cr.iut. lifter n lanse of four vejrH,
tliought that ho would llko to run for
a third term, but the convention at St
Ijiulrt llxed that A boundary seems to
he bet III presidential matters, b
which no mail shall pass
On the fourth of this month Pres
ident Tuft began the last ear of thu
ti rm to which he was electicl, Willi
i.iunrtii friitu merv Hrrfliin of
lout.lr) assuring him that he will be
iciiouiltinltd ami leelecied
"On to Washington" ami Join with
the men wlm are lighting to protect
mi American Industry from destiuctlvo
legislation This should be the guid
ing text of every man In I In wall who
Ins the price to get there uml tho
willlngniKS to help In the good i.iitxe
Christian extension meetings
Sunday were most remarkable
allowing the far-rcachlng power of the with?
movement among the cosmopolitan If Important public business can be
population of the city Honolulu can- tinnsacted, we see no reason why Ter
mit fall to reap great benellt from rltorlal appointments cannot bo made
this work If It has no greater uppur
i lit and Immediate result than to ha
pless tho various racis and nationali
ties hero that they are all Included
whin tho people of Honolulu are re
ferred to, and they all have an Im
portant Bhnre in tho welfare nf tho
THE VERDICT AND THE SITE.
When neither side Is satisfied the
conclusion must be correct. Is the way
... . .....
Hi winch many peopio mane up iiu-ir
opinions on n controversy on which a
(Inai decision lias been reached
The interest of the general public
In the decision of the llrst Mnhitkn site
conch inn, itlon trial Is whether, the
prices likely to be set on the remaind
er of the property will bring the Until
valuation of the whole block within
the appropriation mado by Congress.
Wo have not tho slightest expecta
tion that tho community will agree on
tills nny more than It has succeeded
In reaching u unanimous opinion on
the extension of tho silo or the valua
tion of the pioperty.
In the estimation of tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n,
this llrst case means that the Kederul
building will iiniiuestlonnbly bo locat
id on the Maliukn slto The excess of
the valuations by condemnation will
not likely bo more than tho approprla-
"l want to marry jour dauglitei, "I havo six daughters."
jjr" "Must take 'nin a long tlmo In dress
''Do jou think ou are capable of whim .the family Is going anywhere."
paying the alimony she has been ac "Oh, no. Thoy form In a circle and
customed to reielvo?" each buttons another's gown."
"Tho tlmo will come," thundered Owens: How do you do, Mr, SlieniH.
tho 'Hiiffrugetto oratoi, "when woman Whut inn Jim show mo In tho way of
ulliriret a man's wngeal" n now suit today?
"Yes" sadly muttered a man on tliu
rear seat; "next Saturday night."
rtim! l th t'otloftlc ftl MoimiidIu
i. rnihllfcaf rulller
MARCH 25, 1912
full of tloti or If It Is, not Mich n figure Hint
Congress will refuse to meet It Coll
seiiuently tliu otil itiestlon Hint re-
m.ilns Is, not ulu re the building will
he erected hut how long tliu illy will
hu held up h tliu wrangle. ner the
price of the lot on which It Is tn ho
The expectation Iiiih hi ell that In
mint the Milne reacln d h) the jury
tt.ia us high us ileniaiuled, the uilvo-
eutes of the Optra House site would
Immediate!) open a uiiup.ilgn for
shifting the site, on arcouut of the i til -posslhllltj
of untiring the extendi d
Mnhuku propi rt at n lluure, whli.li
Congress could no would he willing to
We full to note nn thing In the ver
dlrt that would Justlf) the mice ess of
any site-shifting scheme
THE GOVtRNOR'S CONFIDENCE
IN THE FUTURE.
Governor Krear's decision to go to
A few days ugo the It til let 111
naked the Governor If hu Intended go
Ing to Ullo and he responded that he
lie now decides to lslt the
Dig Islntid on Tuesdny and look Into
railroad mid other matters, presum
ably. Tills trip Is naturally looked upon
as slgnlllrnlit on account of some de
gree of doubt ns to tho Gnvcmor'a re
appointment. Apparently the Governor must haw
absolute conlldence In his own reap
I"I tt.-1. 1 else l. would not presume
to handle spu Lilly Important mutters
III lonneitlon with transportation on
the Island of Hawaii .Should ho not
reipnolnted. ho would bo In tho
position of having ilosed these things
tip In a hurrj and that would not he
Now, slnco this full conlldence
In tho future cxIhIs, why should not
the appointments that hnvn been
awaiting the ('resident's decision oil
the (Inventorship, bo disposed of forth-
(Conttnutd from Page 1)
and plalnlv told Nelson, as well as ono
or two other sailors, that he wanted
no more troiiblo from this source, and
thou presumed tho Incident had been
The following day. so the story goes,
Kelson was ordered nil to attend to
tho adjustment of skysalls and In nt
tomMln to nmke fast tW linos ho
1111,11., Illlinrt .,, . ............ ........
work lu) near tho door to tho gallej
Dropped tn Hit Tracks.
Whether a word was spoken ar not
no one on board Is at present prepared
to say, but thoso who witnessed tho
shooting saw tho cook step from tho
door of the galley and, alining his ro
volver, lire point-blank at Nelson, who
was still making fast tho ropes Two
sliots entered tho abdomen, while the
third penetrated the lower Jaw,
Nelson wns removed to tho cabin,
where his injuries recolved such at
tention as Captain Wllletts could give
with limited facilities at hand. Nel
son explted Homo bonis nfter the
shooting, his death being duo to In
Cook Placed In Irons.
Cuptaln WIllettH Immediately or
ordoied Swan plucod In Irons nnd then
con II lied in an improvised brig, lie
Ills Tailor- Your bill, sir that Is
decidedly lu tho way of a now suit.
SUICIDE ON BARK
wus kepi undir slilit suiMlll.iiiie foi
severnl iIhvh. It wns Btntid this morn I
JtiK that for u week tho Chinese stout
ly refused tn touih food m water do.
ttplte nil attempts made to force tl o
sanie tipon him.
l'rom Kehrunry 2nd uiilll the morn
lng of rehnmry loth thu took r-Miialii
id In custody, During this pirlod li
made nevei.nl overtutes to the taliln
boy and Also tn ono of tho salliirs
with the expectation of seem Ing a
knlfo or fllo villi which to take his
life. Tho cook Is iillerod tn have do.
flared that ie would never he taken j
"t-'ii. unve nun inai ni propoiiu to
mnKC away with himself nt the Hist
Escapes .Guard, Leapt Overboard,
nucanlntt the vlell.tnen of hln irnnnt.
the Siamese Chinese broke uwny from i
a sailor who wan Hailing him from his
place or detention to a lavatoiy, nuil,
before ho could ho captured, the man
leaped to the rail and was soon mo."
tho Hide snuggling In tho wntcr, fnr
Uesnlto an allempt to put the ship
about, and to lower a boat manned
wllh n mimher of sailors, the Chinese
cook sank beneath tho waves with the
responsibility for Nelson's death going
Captain Wlllettn Mated this morn
ing that the cook did not during tho
earlier portion of tho voyaeo innnlfeit
any outward sign of Insnnlty nnd It Is
thought tho Asiatic determined to tnko
his own life rather than clinnco cr.
raping thn meshes of the law on ar
rival at port of destination,
Sailor Takes Blame.
Nelson Is said to have admitted Just
before ho died that he was to hlamo
for the action taken bv the Chinese,
which resulted In his death. Had tho
cook been left alone and free from
tho petty Interference and bulbing he
stowed upon him bv the Ronmati all
would hnvfl been well. Tho galley ser
vant' Is said to have been peaceably
Inclined ami from accounts wan about
the average or deep sea sailing cook.
With the loss of the cook. Cantaln
WIllettH said that he was- obliged to
turn tn and lake, a hand In tho liaklir;
of bread and conducting other lines of
opeiatlon In the galley for tho icinaln
der of the vovnge of the Tooling Suey.
A Few Troublemakers Aboard.
It is understood that included In tiio
crew of the Fooling Hue)' ale a row
troublemakers of the trlbn sialaw
vers. Ono of tin so Is snld to have
begun Ills tactics almost as soon us
the vessel cleared tho port of New
York. The majority of the foremast
hands declare thomuelvcs satisfied
with their lot, and before arriving at
Honolulu one disgruntled member of
tho crew- was told plalnl) that unless
ho ceased his elTorts to htli up dissen
sion thero would bo something ener
getic doing and Hint came from tho
crow, not the skipper.
Tho I'doUiib Suey Is well laden with
all kinds of heavy and sheir hard
ware. The vessel also has consider
uhlo cargo and supplies for tho Hono
lulu Iron Woiks of this city.
Tho Kooling Sue) will take on n full
load of sugar iikii being dlichaigcd.
It is the Intention to dispatch the ves
sol for Delaware llrenkwater on or
about tho lattir part of April.
SITE TO STICK?
(Continued from Pge 1)
tlon onnieh at llrst hand Hint no up
pials are now conleinplatid Neither
Dlslr it Attoriuv llnikons nor me niwr
111 ms npn suiting the private Intinsts
would discuss this phase of the situa
tion tinln for publication
The virdlcl, vvlilili Is on the llift
couch mimtlon suit to give the govirn-
ment tlr4e to the Mahllka site for n'
IVdcriil building, came In at 10.20
ii'ilnek last Satunla night, and was
$lll,r'00 tn the Ciiiniulns i statu nnd
$JJ,100 to Castle .V. Ciinke for the
ground, leasihold and linpruv counts on
the Tort nnd Mirihant struts iiirnir
A n fi n in e to the above table show -
Ing the llgiuis glvin b the cxpirts
and the Hnal awauls made b the Jury
will show tint In a lough vvn) the final
vudlct was n 'splitting of the dlrfir
uue" In other winds, third was n
With the coming of hot
weather and its attendant
danger to children par
ticular attention should be
given to the quality of the
milk used. Ve supply a
perfectly pure, rich milk
from certified healthy
cows. This milk is also
electrically treated at our
depot before dolivery to
i fiifi .
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
11 tlungalow- nui'lirn.
13 Uniigalon, minlcrn, r,
1C Hume Inoili rn, 7 rooms, Muni'i
18 Cottage, inudTii, A moms Muuoi ,
24. House, 2 tr modern, in roonis, Clt
H4 Htnimlnw C riiomi City
4 Lot, J -.-100 tcrei nn,
R l.ot, 7.".x2(0, I'uunul .. ,n. v, J''0
0 Lot, r.O-lCO, Knlllil r'n
2'. Int. SOxl f,0, Knliniikt lt,
18 Three Lot, Ocenn View Trait Is"
f.2 Lot, I.uin Strct ""M
DWELLING-HOUSE on 10th
Avenue and Kafrrukl Street.
Two' blocks from evr line.
C oht rooms three bedrooms.
Partly furnished. Piano, etc.
terms can be ar-
924 BETHEL 8TREET
illlTireme of JsLltt betwoiit the blith
est and the lowis vuluutlijis, nnd It
this wns illvldul It brings the lluiil
llguies within a fi w thous iiul dollars
of the virdht
The New Value,
The award iiiinle by the Jilrv Inline'
dlitil) ralsis tin iiuestlon of win tlur.
at the new late set, tin ret will bo
iiiougli iiiom vi to bit) In till Hie prop
irl uml what the Jury linj sit the
value nf rial istate bttwuii King and
.Mil chant stieits, on Colt sltei t, nt
The approprl itlun nude hj Congress
Is $110,000 with vvhh Ii to pii'chnsc a
tot ll of J4 11-' sipinle flit
of land and
Tim Jury In
the liiiprovFimuln on It
the present nisi has awantcd $111,500
nnd $J1.100 fur 'iT4J miu
Impruvi mints, leaving $
re feet and
which to purchase 14 C"ii
of land nnd the Improve n
sipiare fei t
nts nu It
Tln vnlue if the laud
at i oi ding to
the rate set h the Jurj Is $12 47 per
square foot, which minus that 14,070
sun ire fut will inst $IS.','ill '10 mid
have a balance of $l.Vr.01 10 for the
Aiiorillng lo these 11 jure s It sums
as though tin re will be a fair ihaiv,a
nf tin gnviriuni lit helnf able tn por
ch ise the remainder of the slto
7 acres Land In Mnnoa Valley
less than a mile from end of
car lln m $3000
Lots on Palolo Hill. ... $000 and up
New Bungalow at Kolmukl $2000
Houses (or Rent
14th and Palolo Avis. 2 B. R. $10 00
Keeaumoku and Donlnis
Sts f... 2 " CO 00
0th and Pahoa Av 2 " 40 00
Mnnoa Valley 2 " DO 00
Kalakoua Av 4 " 15 00
Klnau 8t 4 " 37.50
Lunahlo St 3 " 35 00
Lunalllo St 3 3250
126G' Matlock Ave. . 2 " 27.50
Beretania St 3 " 27.50
Powaa, near King St. . 2 " 25 00
Kalakaua Ave 3 ?000
10th and Palolo Aves. 2 " J500
NOT A MINUTE LOST WHEN THE
Olllce Is oiion on vvuk dnjs ffom 7
n m to 5 'o p in , nnd on Sunday
mornings from X. to 10 Ships' mes
s.ii'es licehiil until 11 every night.
The Best We Have Ever Had
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
BIshoD Street Ycung Hotel Building
I'm the llist time since Us uuiiple
Hon the basement of thu
church on Nuiianu street, lie
Was opellld 111 nllglOUS Ulullllgs last
'1 he Insemtnt will nlso be used as n
muting pine for the Honda) school
clatses of the church. It Is evpicted
tint the inunbi rs of the tlnssis will
be more regular In attiiidauie 111 the
Comnienclng tonight nnd tomorrow
night. Christian i:tuislou Mouineiitl
niutliigs will lie coiieloe teel u lull r the
Ii Hlirslilp of Itev Mr. Hurl, p istor of
the ihiirih On W'uliiiMluy anil ThiHH
du nlkhts slmllai line tings will be
hilel In the other Japanise i hurdles In
Honolulu (lu nida and Situiday
nlKhts u big iimgrigitlonnl muting
will be condiiilul In the Japanese
church on Itlvir streit It Is expeitul
tint nil the lemlirH of the Japanese
chore lies lu the ilty will ho i-csilit
.' II0 h(01 l!
HOY SCOt TS. Two iiHitlngs-Hx-ec
utlve I'cmunlttie I'.ulili Club, noon,
Tin pel i , and KcnutmnHtus at 5,
Cbiunber nf I'linililine lmpoitint thnt
J A WIl.Dint.
LOOK INTO LABOR
(Continued from Pag 1)
investigation nnd report. Valln7iiela
will spend about two months In tho
Commenting on the labor situation
with reference to Hawaiian emigra
tion, tho lYco l'ross of I'cb. 24 snys:
"No Ga'n in It.
".Vow, whllo It is not very plcninnt
to have ngents from Haw-all eomo In
hero and prnctlcnlly lift our own In
liorcis right fiotn under our noses, It
should bo remembered Hint we have
no proprietary right lu thoso pcoplo.
Thev nro nhsoluto!) fleo lo do ns thoy
ploaso and go wheio thev please. And,
If It should rially ho that they can do
better b theniBcIvcs In Hawaii, no
one has nny right to stop them. In
tho long run nothing tan bo gained b
mlsrepiesentntlon and mlsntntcmcnt
nf the facts In regard to the comll
(Inns on tho Hawaiian plniit.it inns.
Thoy mo bound to come out.
"Tinier thoso i Ircnmstnnces It
would seem the best thing that can
be done h thoso planters affected or
jllkcly to bo affected b lnbore-a leav
ing inr Hawaii is to 'oner moio in
iluccmetits tl an nro now offered to
have their laborers stnj. That means
moro wnges and more nttrneil.c ion
dltions under which to work nnd live,
It mnv also bo necessaiy for the
planters lo form Rome kind of an ns
soilntion similar tn that in Hawaii for
.the piirposo ot gathering up laborers
wnero iiiero is ii surplus miu irius
porting them to other pnrts of tho ar
chlnolagn where thero Is a shortage.
"In any case It will ho woll to look
-j, situation In the faco and try to
neet It fnlily and Rrpiniely and not lij
'mlsrenrcRPlltntllin nr mlalnbnn nni.enla
C. 0. Yce Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER!
Telephone No. 3411
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Streets
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fort and Beretania
"FIJfE LINE OF DRY G0OD
WAN YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fiihmarket
Wing Uhong Co.
IvIXJ SI NKAlt HI.TII1.I,
Dealers In Furniture, llnllrrsses,
cIi'm clr. All kinds nf h()l nnd .11 IS
,SI0 FLIIIMTI Iti: made lu order.
I.MlMIK'riIIIS OF Ollli:.MAle (!()0I)S
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
Ull .uti.iuii, near King hi reel.
Ami t'liifh cif A I (Junllly Can Ilo
SA lIG CHAN
, 0. Hot 0(11. Tflqiliuim ITS I
Iliuiio and Lot, l'nlnmn $ 1.650
llmiBe nnd Lot, lMluinn 2.000
HnuM' and Lot, Asluni ltd ... 1.7&0
lluiluesi l'mperty, tjiuen i!t. .. IB.0OO
Ilullillug Lot. llentnnhi Ht ... 35 000
lloiifu nnd l.ot, titli Ave', Kni-
Ilnno nnd Lot, illi Ave, Knl-
Iluusa ami Lot, 12th Ave., Knl-
Ilullillug U'ts, Kivvilo 1.000
llilslncis rropirty, Kilkul ljuie 3,500
furnished House, Kaplolnnl Rt
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second floor. Judd Building
$2250 Hiingiilnvv cnnt.ilnlnt: reven
rooirts uml bath, mi (Inllik Ave, nuir
King Can be bouiiht un i isy linns
Oliver G. Lansing,
0 Merchant Street
10X TO 50 REDUCTION
Matn Entrance! Noar Hotol Street
1140 FORT STREET
-ORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COI'MJV PRINTS
PACiriC PICTURE FRAMING CO
17 Hotel Street
That's what our Diamonds are.
Our stock Is particularly clean
and flawless, and the variety
embraces every size and color.
In mounted stones we have an
Immense assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalliers,
Pendants, etc, set with Rubles,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
semi. precious stones,
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
I.I in I led