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EVENING BULLETIN, H6N0LULU, T. H, TUESDAY, MAR. 2C, 1912.
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E V BTS! rNG BlJ LLETIN
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED,
in the Territory ol Hawaii.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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r .Month iMitwhrre In U 3 9 .7 A ltl Sn Mo-iln. .rti
r, cjiisttet iiiywhrit 'it MA 3.IHJ 't Vmi idywlxit It. U S .. I.no
ir. mr mihtle I'lU S . . N.o.l Ml Vr Mtywhn n Cmittl I. An
'-, V.-.I .oi -it.1 mipttli 13. no e.l Ytt tM hit ru 3.c,
'- , j ! ticlitorlol Rooms,
h V-i(. u,,uintu raffle-.-.
It i .i annul thing lo find ;oV in ohc'j rvotkl if Vou have found that you
iuw own lic heart of life - Jama Bucl(ham.
KUIIIO'S WORKJOR HAWAII.
Delegate Kulno's announcement lliat he uill return lo Washington on the
f If liner leaving this uuL is the' an lounccincnt that has been expected
lure and in Washington mcc the frer sugar bill passed the I louse and has
become a tenousl) contested issue before the Senate.
The Delegate is thus keeping absolute faith with not onl) the people of
the I erntor of 1 law an. whom he represents but also, and which is very
much lo the point, with the American sugar producers throughout the
Iingtli and breadth of the lanJ whose mdustr) is threatened with destruc
tion b the s.i me passing wave of partisan Congressional foil).
Not mice the I crritor) was established liave the people of this Termor)
been biuiighl (ace to face with the fad llut the) are not living for them
wives alone m so far as the production of sugar is concerned. Ours are not the
onl mills thai are threatened Hawaii's are not the onl) sugar fields that
will Income unprofitable, as a consequence of frte sugar.
I he sugar mdustr) of the nation u jeopardised and the Territory of 1 la
wan through its official representative must do its full share in the fight fur
It is lo do his proper part and perform his obvious duty in the national
field that Delegate Kuluo returns to Washington.
None of his fntnds exx'ctul him ? do otherwise, and none of his own
people hive urged him to do otherwise after they have thoroughly under
stood tlie situation
In a crisis where he is beset on every hand by enemies, openly vowing
and hcitl!) plotting to "Kill Kuluo," the Delegate after thoroughly canvassing
I lie situation goes torward to Hawaii's real battlefield, where the life and
death struggle of an industry is being fought. I Ic sets aside personal inclin
ations and personalities in a local contest and trusts to the spirit of fair pla)
and justice that is alwa)s the final position of the Ameiiean cople, whelh
(i in 1 hwau or an) other part of the country.
Delegate Kuluo has mide up his mind I he only question is whether the
vinous elements of the 'I crritor) will nc to the occasion with the same
bioael sp.rit and press on with the nine degree of persona! integrity and
confidence in the people.
It is possible for cerliin partisans h re to indulge in a destructive domestic
factional strife while the Delegate is in Washington making the national
fight to save a national mdus'.rv. Maiy will urge that this be done.
Bui we Jo not believe that such an obvious crime will be allowed We
do not believe the leaders among the citizens of this Territory are such
Simon pure fool that the) will be party to such a program
If the best results are lo be, secured for Hawaii in Washington at the
present time, the position of the Delegate must be accepted in good faith.
Let no one run away with ihe idei that the Delegate has no influence
in Washington. Lver) man who has started out with that thought has been
fooled And he has come back to I hwau to confess his folly.
DcUgate Kuhio may he all that hit enemies at ionic Jciji of him. Dili he
hat riems in M'tisnngron, friend- who will do more for Ami than for any
other Hawaiian or haolc wl o could bt ienl lo the National capitol at tint
tune .Wa(c no mistake about that.
Now. the Delegate is willing lo use every ounct of the influence given him
as the representative of the Territoiy of Hawaii and every hcartstriug of
friencUliip and good will that li is possible for him to draw upon, in the cam
paign lo save the mam mdu.try of ihe Terntor)
You sa) that this is nothing more oi less than his plain duty.
'I rue enough, but each citi'en of this Territory is in duly and honor bound
lo stand solidly against an faelional campaigning here at home, that is cen
tered on and directed against the Delegate.
As lo the Kuhio-rrear contioerry, that is up In the President of the
United States and the Senate. It is not to come into the Territorial con
vention, and it would most certainly be out of place there.
In asking the people lo select him as one of the delegates to attend the
Chicago convention, Kuluo makes in the open ihe natural request of an open
candidate. And always bear in mind that Delegate Kuluo is ihe only man
in this Territory w ho has com to the front, openly, boldly, fairly and honest
ly and sud lo the people "I am a candidate for the Chicago convention. I
ask our support."
1 lis harshest critics at the present time arc most likely to be found the men
who arc sneaking around under covci, nuismg a candidacy and hoping lo
slip through in the midst of a factional fight they are stirring up.
I'ell) matters must be laid aside, if the people of I lawau recognize their
course of dut) and honor as well as ihe Delegate does his
The Hostess I shuulil Imvo n per
fcrt horror of dvluir unmarrleil
m .... ....i ....I ti... .i..
tin' uiifi ji n iiuiiii id iit iiiai
" ,ll!" phjiu
cniiicn niisieo iiiu ou oecup),
your last pulpit with credit?
cN'oh Ituctor Entirely; Ihero wus
iiucr any cash cuuiieitou with it.
til.trfl It Itif Puttiittirt u HmniidIu
m tcioud-rltft, miller
MARCH TO, 1912
"1 ho after-lunch nap Is my favoralilo
'"ir "' ,,ie w""'0 ''"V
I thoiiKht ou didn't aleen after
, .J ',,, lllt my tt,r (ll.v
(kH Mulilorg w ollo tlhosi.
sluiplllletl spellliiK crniilts. Isn't hit?
Wltks I ubould Bay ho! Hu Bptlls
Tlii'ii' nughl to In' .1 I null In 1'mimii.i
hats for tin- next couple of yearn
It will I)" Interesting tl) see- who Is
("llekcel lo u frazrle ' nt CIiU.iko n few
Work for. llavMill Dun t IiiikrIu
nloiiK the u slili- lho a lialiil of till tl-
What lus bicoiiH1 of tlie vlce-presl-
ileiitlal boom Is thine no other than
lohtiMin of California, wllllni, to take
There Is no failure.' of the Tnfl nil-
ministration with which to Justifv a
chaliiie, or u third term fiinii Itnoso
veil The 1'iesldenc of the I'lilted States
Is too Iiiiixii tnut .in olllie to nlvo u
man Just to keep Ills feeliuits fmiii be
Get III anil work foi the prn'oillon
of the wulfnre of Itnw ill ( n' )imr
r.iM'ini'l hkkciliiK. That is w i.it tho
l) le.uli Is clolllK L 'o!lM !f to
Hawaii Is foigver hclug Investigated
Now It Is one of our frlvlidl) fc lion
citizens from the Philippines, mid
lute's hoping that lie has .lot come
with his mind made up
President Tufts work stands, and re
dounds to his credit 'the ipili t plod
ding to establish beitween nations n
prietu.il reign of law anil pi ice
tlnoiiKli arbitration makes him i 11k
Ihlei to a place la the Hall of 1 1 me
It might be well to get u line on the
methods of government lln.im lug In
Massachusetts 'I lint Sato has Just
announced that a fund of $T.Mi,ll l his
ncctiimilattd without alivhod) kuowlii';
an) thing about It
Let It be Known tliat Hawaii Is In
the game with nil the energy and men
It can summon to protect the iiigai
Industr) of the whole Unhid States
fioiu destructive tariff legislation
Thnts the vvav for Hawaii to Keep Its
good friends ami make u lot nioie
God iir.int that Christianity shall be
liraetletd us It Is preached so lli.u the
pi in pie of the head of one diureli at
tending a cpnfeiencc of olllciis aid
I'le.ubers Jf ntiollioi church Hli.tl' be
accented us so much ihe regular and
proper tiling that it will not excite
The present stains of the Itepubll
eun political leaders makes It evident
that the content for nomination as
stauilaril bearer will be vIkoious and
pnsslhl) bitter All three would be
c'unilld.iteH and theli suppoiliis .ue in
earnest Hut feeling should not inn
so high as to endanger the sue cess of
the p.irt)'B choice at the polls
With the coal mlneis ill treat Ilrit-
ii I n and the mnjcirll) of those In Ger
man) on strike, and tho anthracite
Ileitis in America fast becoming Idle,
the prospects aiii bright for a univers
al coal famine This stato ot alTalrs Is
fast bringing tlie P irtleip.iuts to a
lliuil state of hunger, which means
that the trouble will not last long lif
ter re ac blag that pline Kven war
could not list lung unless theie were
peaceful people to feed the soldiers
A pn inane lit commission has been
formed In .Mexico tu hi tlli Industrial
dispute h mill pie vi ut strikes the com
mission to wink In eoiijiiiii linn Willi
a kom riiim nt tat or biiieau
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 aupply a
perfectly pure, rich milk
from certified healthy
cowi, This milk Is alio
electrically treated at our
depot before clollveiy to
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
II HiiiiKnlow, inulern. 0 rooms, Knlmukl $".200
J Htuignlow, modern, C rooms, city W
if, 1 louse, niiidirrl, 7 rooms, Alamu en'n
18 Cottarc moduli, C, riioius, Manoi .ITCH
24 House 2-Ktnrv, Inulern, HI rooms, Oily 4000
14 HiiiiKnlow I, looms, eJlly 3,30
4 Lot 2 1-100 ncres J2000
1 Lot 7BxJ0ii I'minul .. . i, lS'.O
r. Lot, r,'J ion, Kulllil 0
2.-, Lot, r.Oxl'.ti Knlmukl , 4C0
18 Three l.nt' ileum View Tract IV.0
rj Lot, I ii ii Stiet t .... . ... 1000
DWELLING-HOUSE on 10th
Avenue and Karmuki Street.
Two blocks from ear line.
tl flht rooms three bedrooms.
Partly furnished. Piano, etc.
Suitablo terms can be ar
ranged. Bishop Trust
S54 DETHEL STREET
FERN SAYS HE'S
1 kIkihiI the Mec'iirlh club roll,
anil I'm In the Met ittliv tliil, In tn
tltehiiiil Mnvor Ciiii this inoruint. rt -fining
to lepous isltiili tli it lie
tnti iui lo quit tin Mtt'nrth) eluli and
l.itp nut of the .M I'.iilliv-Mtt'.illdliss
Di-iiioi i.illi light
Tlie maveit siivh he tbliiKs Mic'ind
It ss ami his followers ure spn ailing
tu report mound as a campilKii viirn
but that as fin as he Is concerned, bo
Is with .Mci'mthv
This otilv adds fuel to the li lines
for tht iiiavor Is ;; ttlnu It rlt-lit anil
lift ri mil tin McCaiiille's rail urn fur
lakliur sides In the Dimotiath dt It
'1 be last st i ii of the old liatth sbli
Malm which c ouhl be use el as a relic?
has hi t n dlspineel of
7 acres Land In
lets than a mile
cor line ...
Lots on Pnlolo Hill
New Bungalow at
Houses for Rent
14th and Palolo Avee 2 D. IX. J40 00
Keeaumol u and Doniiuis
Sts. . 2 " CO 00
0th and Pahoa Aves . 2 " 40 00
Manoa Valley . . . 2 " GO 00
KalakaiM Avs. . . .4 " 40 03
Kinau St 4 " 37.00
Lunaldo St 3 " 3100
Lunalllo St 3 " 32.00
1260 Mnllock Ave. ... 2 " 27.W
Doretanla St. . . . 3 " 27.D0
Pawna, near King St. . 2 " 25,00
Kalakaua Avo. . 3 " rO.OO
10lh and Palolo
NOT A MINUTE LOST WHCN THE
cittlee Is open on week di)s from 7
a in ti 'o p in , mnl on Kunilnv
motnflilfs from 8 to 10 Ships' mi s
".iio in t Iv til until 11 tvirj ulKht.
The Dest Wo Have Ever Had
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Biahoo Street Ynung Hotel Building
(Contlnuod from Page 1)
Tho ovldeiue eif l'intt and Allien was
valued most the Jurom thliiMni; that
litltlforil and He hwarzheii; had estl
Hinted the prlrp too hlith At Inst the
llmites wero se'Klegalcil tuiel tho final
veidltl nrilved ut.
lu iirrlvliiB nt tliclr flKiiro for tho
tolnl sum to bo paid I ho Jiuj look the
'lint lor up tu tin. Unlit that the piop
ert should bo consldeieil us tboue.li
it lieloiiKocl to one mnii, the mattei of
a leasn not entering Into It. '1 bo fnel
or discounts was hardly taken Into
(oiislileinllnn nt n'll, but the fact that
II was In line sense n fenced silo add
ed sumo weight mnl lunilo ihe pileo a
little liiKher Ihan otherwise.
.The Next Cans.
Tho next case will not b heard un
til tho new term stares, whleh will lie
sonin lime nftiT April S '1 hero ale a
number of iilmiual ensps In be dlsiins
od of first read tho now Jurj will nls i
bo In b then.
from end of
. . .$3000
$G00 and up
Ave, . 2
COPTftlOHTID II tO
1 Hot S Ol TH Two imrthifM Kx
c t nt I t ('fiinmlttr t 1'uiIU (Miih iiomm,
TniNi, i niid S( milfiuiKtf rn nt fi
(litiiilnrni i mmm n 1ihH)I 1 tit thnt
i t iImh1 ntUiitJ
j a. Mii.nnu
'I lijtt It lolph J It. rj.vr Plnll ln
hit- ulf ' a tnontli tiniinrur) nl!-ii."-ii
ii nl Hi it he 'lmll kIvo tip tli
uMh X tht tun clilhlren ulio nr
tu in pliii id nmlt r tin tan of lt
(llnllir .Mik lurwr mnilur iuhIhIm)
la tittrriH h fen mnl coxti, Ik Hit
il Mmi hiiiHTfil tlnwii li .ludu W hit -in
-11. 1 innriiliiK In iiiih i tfon till
I ho rtmn ilKuuc fiilln flh l h the
JN i Kirn In th Irtnilt otnt lnt wok
IN ik i llliil tho tlrt (iiinplaliit In
with li In iluirnn 11 Htiitntf r triim
Tin jntltli.il for ilhum Midi l. Ills
wifi iilht((H (xtrtinc criult, (hnirthin
iininko inn mnl tho nxi nf lha mnl
JtiMUllliiu liiUKtuiko tuuuiilH hir. Tint
wilt ulh hi h that while ho hiishiiml
wiiK iti titik lu hmiiKht tillur nun in
th lnmxi ami lutiiHul ho of Ihi
thliiKH mnl that mi niiu ikiiihIhii hIio
,n fdtinl to lonw tlu1 hoitHi mnl n
in iln u th in IkIiIhmh
liiirhiK thU mouth tho loniiititlnt
fiittho ulhutM In tompmv with two
moi ItOK r tnt Mil tlu houM m ennui
In in lnnnor.itlt ltKntl ihokcilmiii
hi it ho ami tulhil lur 11 imm h.
'I h mxt 1u ho toiilt iiwn tho two
(Mlltlnn Onco timro ho ntiinuit ltli
lllll Utl till llltllllfltllllllW Ulllltullltl 111 111 It
flout iliMir nf tho hoilHf mitt tooktiwav
tin (InlhiH mnl hiilcTothlliK lto.,r I4
m iKImk ii' out t.'Oim a j n Mio Hinti-
AT ST. ANDREW'S
I The choir of Ht. Andrew h t'nthcilral
niiKinejireil b oihcrs H killed In musk
iwlll rendei nt St Andrew's Callu'diai
on the pvi-iiliiR of Tuesdaj, April 2nd
IStalner's well Know n I'nsiittm must.
I'"lhe Crncllhlon " Those who mo fa
'inlllm wlih this composition do noi
need to be Inform d of lis thoimitOih
rievotlona' chtirnder mnl Its lioiutv
'1 he soloists will be Mr Arthur W'rll
tenor, mid Mr A If illicit lones, bins
,'i'he choruses of 'ln Cruclllxlon'' me
man of i hem nco3illui,ly lino and lu
spiilmr and the entlio rniipiMlilnu
jlnliiKi before one with erint power
the lesson of llolv WeeK anil Hood Prl
la The houi nt which the Passion
'music will bo tendeieil Is S p in .Ml
IteKlnald II Cartel A It C O. (lm
tloni, i ho rntliedrnl orsnnlt't and choir
inastei. Is In clmrco of I ho music
which will lie leuelerrel b a chorus
of foil live voices All those who ar-
J Intn si si nra invited to ntii'titl 'I here
will be u collet Moll lu nlel of the new
'oriiaii fund 1'iirther partlculma will
ho Klven Inter.
(lnvtrnor Mead of Vf rn out Is for
Tuft and tin siiJh the mujorltv of tn
Ittiiiililhiiiis In his .Stall rnvoi Tuft's
Ninth Precinct, Fourth District.
'linn will lie a inn linn of the Ninth
I'm hut Hi piililleati Chili, of tlie
1 mil Hi IHstiltt at tlu I'euti it I'lre
Mint Ion toriiir of I "oil mnl lit let ml i
KlmtN on I'lldi). tlie J'lth d iv of
.M Dili I'M.', beiwte ii ihn hours of 7 l
p in ami s p in', foi tlie pin pose ol
lunula itlnir cmiilhlattu foi iltbKales to
the 'li ii lloil it I'onventloii
ll onl r of the I'icslileiit'
11!i-i Mai Jli, i, .'!, J'l
To (ho Hen dm Its of the lit publican
I'm hut ('lulls of tlie Ueirltoi of
Notleei Is hereto lilveu that In order
to make aniplu provision foi the tn-
lollmint of the inembtis of the seviral
I'iceliitt Clubs mid at the samo than
facilitate the ililths of the JiiiIris or
rUttlon thus c ontl lliutliu; to a fall'
tin lion of ilthKntcs lo the -Teirltorl il
Com. litlon, to he held Apill f. I'HJ
the i:itutlve ('oiiunlttte of tlie Re
publican Tt riltui t.il Central ( oinnilti
tee at a incitlui; hdd nt noon this
ilnv, iiiianluiiitisl atloptnl a rtsoliitloit
aullioi llnu mnl illitetliu tlie rlitretn-
It h of the 1'nclm.t clubs thioiiiihoiit
the 'lenltor to keep tliclr rtspiillve
lotl-liooks opin foi the eurolliiient of
inoptilv iiialilltil ltiiiiblUaii iltttois
until Apt II r, Til.', at 1ii p m, at wlihh
thin sild roll-hook sh ill be closed and
I in tin c Instil until April R, I'll.' at C
Ai.rui:i) i cnoi'i:it
lloiiolulii, '1 II, March :"., lilt.'
Heniro and Lot, l'alam l 1.C50
House mid Lot. l'nlnmi 2,0""
House ami Lot, A") turn ltd ... liT'.O
Hiislncss l'roport. Queen Kt. .. 1100U
Uullclliu; Lot, lltrctmili dt ... IIOOO
House and Lot, 12lli Ave., Kal
llulnllnB lots. Kivvihi 1 onu
lluslness I'ropertJ, Kilkul l.ane 1,V)0
Guardian Trust Co., !Jd.
Second Floor, Judd Dultding
$22M lluni;iliiw rontatnlni; cevm
looms mil lulli, oi l : nl It h Ave' near
Kins fan he buimb' on easy terms
Oliver G. Lansing,
0 Merchant Street Phone 3M3
10 TO Mr REDUCTION
Main Entrance! Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
rORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
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