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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, APR. 2, 1912.
E v bntng Bulletin
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily overy day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wam.ack R. Kakrinoton, ... Editor
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j ' bfctitoriul Rooms,
I "'!Husine8s Offie.ts,
"Prom 6 a. m. to midnight. Then he Wouldn't have time to let. hit brain
cells deteriorate. That's the only Way to get what you Want li'orf. Every
thing on earth dcoends upon will. I mrcr had an idea in my life. I've got
no imagination. I never dream. My so-called inventions already existed in
the environment tool( them out. 'v. created nothing. Nobody does.
There's no such thing as an idea bcini brain-born; everything comes from
the outside. The industrious one coaxes it from the environment; the drone
lets it lie there while he goes ofj to the baseball game. The 'genius' hangs
arvund tin laboratory day and night. If anything happens he's there to catch
it; if lie wasn't it might happen ml ln same, only it rvould never be his.
Tlioma A. Edison.
YACHT RACE AND THE CANAL.
A leading banker of San Francisco who came west from Wall Street
was asked what tlic Panama Canal would do for Honolulu.
"Well, there's one thing that's sure," said Ihe banker. "The canal will
be the means of making Honolulu the han-n for a great many eastern yachts
men who arc looking for new cruuint waters where ihe conditions arc as
nearly ideal as possible."
That shows what the yachtsmen of the United Stales on both sides of the
continent arc dunking about in connection with the Panama Canal.
In litis year I9I2 Hawaii is challenged by the yachtsmen of ihc Pacific
Coast to .defend its title as the winner of ihe I9I0 ocean race. Two years
'hence the Panama Canal will be opened to trans-ocean traffic.
E.cry reason exists therefore why Honolulu should make an especial clfort
to be in the front rank of the Trans-Pacific race of this year. Good sport
and cood community business demands it.
So, rally for the yacht race and the good ship Hawaii.
For the twelve months ending with December I9I I Hawaii shipped lo
llic mainland domestic roduce value J at $48,058,117. This was all
handled in American ships, $-14,701,575 in slcanuhips and $3,356,542 in
During the same period there was shipped from the mainland lo Hawaii,
domestic merchandise alued at $21,917,747, of which $20,145,345 was
handled by American steamships and $1,772,402 by American sailing ves
sels. This makes a total of $69,975,864 worth of domestic American pro
ducts handled by American ships as a result of the existence of the sugar in
dustry which gives Hawaii its purchasing power and raw sugar constitutes
$43,228,426 of the value of all Hawaiian products sent lo ihc mainland.
Remove the protection from ihc sugar industry and Hawaii will have
mighty lilllc sugar to ship. The American ships will have lo go elsewhere for
cargoes. Or lo put it straight, these ships would have to go out of business
because even ihe protection of the coastwise shipping law cannot give them
cargoes to carry.
KiinnliiK for otllee Is such good ex
erelwi, especially In this enervntlui;
If wise counsels prevail In tho
l-'lftlilli l'reelnet of the I'uuitu Dis
trict there will he no bitter war and
no crooked politics.
Ttift sets the delegates while ltnose
volt gets the Governors. Hut It doesn't
happen to be the (Invernors who do
tho voting next .lime.
President Tnft Is to the great major
ity of the people of this nation a sat
isfactory Piesldent as conserving tho
tradltlniiR of the olllce.
There seems to he a great deal of
convention delegato timber standing
about and It Is too bad that so much
of It will bo left standing about.
There Is a cloud limiting over
Amundsen's success and glory- Dr
Krederlck Cook assures tho publlr that
Amundsen found tho South Polu all
"When I vvns a tiny hoy with ring
lets," said the man with llltlo hair,
"they lined In call mo Archie."
VI suppose now they call you Archi
bald." Nopliow (Just rotiirned from abroad)
This franc piece, aunt, I got In Paris.
Aunt llopsy -I wish, nephow, you'd
fetched homo ouo o' them Latin ipinr
tors they talk so much about.
"I'd like lo look ut one of your best
tl F' Montat.. . ,rtt
Per Vf.f. tnywhtif In U.S I.oo
P.! Year ftuywbn. n Ctiitdl. I. Ho
F.I YfM poftlttM l'.iutti... 3.
fttilerea tl Ihc Postoltcc l llnnnmlH
m .ctttml-cl.M milter
APrtlL 2, 1912
At the behest of untried material
Hawaii Is not, happily, ready tu offer
tin unwarranted rebuke to Kulilo, who
has (hum so much for Hawaii, rind Is
now on his way to Washington.
Honolulu citizens who have, kept
tholr prbmlses In a sanitary and clean
ly condition during tho winter nro not
puzzling their heads about where they
are going to do their spring training.
Kvade or postpone as It may, this
city must very soon bo supplied with
good streets, good sower unit water
systems and porfert garbage collect
ing. Tho continued health and pros
perity of the city demands them.
' Undesirables on the list? Well, tho
time all these tiuestlons are settled U
at tho primaries, and the first duty of
the voter Is to attend tho primaries of
his party and contribute his vote, to
ward getting the kind of candldnto he
thinks It needs.
Madern has not been found wanting
as yet for the reason that he has not
sellers," said tho lady In tho book
"Well, look at mo, ma'nm," respond
ed tho clerk. "1'vo sold moro bookd
during tho holidays than any other
cleric In tho store."
Munil 1'vo Just heard of n case
where a niun married a girl on his
deathbed so she could havo his mil
lions when ho was gone. Could you
love n girl llko that?
.lack Tliat'H just tho kind of it girl
I could llko. Wuitt'n hor address?
been fulrly irii'il. The Until ut the
matter KfpiiiH (u be that those on tlu
warpath In Mexico nrt outlawH or nro
led 'by outlaws for the most part, and
It In hinted that u friendly net by the
Oovernment nt ViinhliiKton would as
sltt Mexico to xlowly hut mirely right
NOT MACPHERSON'S GAS
Kdltor KvpiiIiik Hull ft In: '
I bee to draw attention lo a Hewn Item I
which nppoared In your valued paper,
of the lat liit. riK.itUliiK "Qui tor Kal
mnkl." I lake exception lo the part)
of name which Rtnto- "V. K. Mae-,
pheraoli, n rnldpnt of the east end,
who waH delegated to take up the
flKht for i?n where the Improvement
club had left off In despair."
For your Information I will stale
Mr MacpherHon Ih and has been act
Inp for the Wnlalac, Knlmukl and ln
lolo linproveuieiit Chili. Inc.. and ho far
an tin rluh In roncerned IT NI'VKIt
IVi:s I'P IN I'USI'Alll. and never
will as lout; at the club Ik forluuato
cnoiiKh to bo able to Include men like
Mr. MncpherKon anion1: Its incmlicrs.
The Honolulu flna Company hai
come forward In the name imAmer its
any other coiirerii would do that In
operated on a modern biiHlucxs basin,
'and It will only bo n matter of a very
i short time beforo the "KaKt Knd" will
I he ono of Its best nsets so far as tlioj
Consumptton of (,'n.i Is concerned.
Thnnktiir, vou In advance. I remain,'
l Vniiru li-iil- '
II. O. DAVIS,
Honolulu. April 1. 12.
i t.sa'.a i
TO "KILL TIE"
(Continued from Page 1)
I'.uirliiKx "ii the chemical rntes by
March .''. mid tills date was llxcil fur
tuMiiK up the sugar bill.
The beet xuejir people came forward
mi) iirKcd that a few days of Kraee
be allowed. They said It would be
IMwrihle fur them to save the commit
tee some time mid alio Penellt thdr
own convenience If their appearance
was a trllle delayed. The reason as-
siiflieit was that the compilation of
statlMths toverliiK the beet siiKar In-
duxtry was n tuk of the llrst magni
tude mid It was useless to present their
ease until this data was ready for
salanl-Hliin to the II nance committee.
They promised to benln the work of
coltcctltiK facts and IlKiires and would
he ready for benrliiK before the end of
Chairman Penrose of the llniltice
committee said there was no reason
why the siicar producers xhould be
hurried and they mlKlit take the few
days of (trace necenxary to compile and
arraiiKc their statements.
Senate Still Against Dill.
With the llouie bill In Its possession
then has been no cIiuiikc ol Hcnthiieut i
In the Senate i'cKardlliK' free siiKar. At J
least six Dciiioirats firmly declare they ,
will never suppoit n propriHltlnii of that '
character. The I'rnKrexxlves Indicate
the mine nttitude. Senator llrlstow
sa.H he is willing and anxious to Veto
for ii bill rcdiiciiiK the duty on siiKar
to 1 cent n pound, but can tint see his
way clear to no beyond that point.
Various conferences continue to lie
held between the pl-OKTCwxIve Itepilbll
eans of the Senate and the Democratic
leaders of the House, nil looking to
some sort of compromise ,y which all
amended hill mlulit be niTeptiul nil
around Success In this effort Is un
likely, Itecause the House Democrats
are iiiiwIIIIiik now to lose the ircstlnc
they have secured by a ''fi-,. suunr"
stoKiiu for the npproHchliiK presiden
tial eiimpalKii. They believe Immense
political capital will be made by ad
hering to this principle and do not feel
like hucMiiK down to the extent of In
creasing the duty from nolhlm,- to 1
cent a pound.
Underwood Wli Beaten.
Another drawback In the way of ar-
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. We supply a
perfectly pure, rich milk
from cortified healthy
cows. This milk it also
electrically treated at our
depot before delivery to
Lotc for salt nt rate of 8e-10c and 12c
per squaro foot, on easy terms.
COLLEGE HILLS TRACT
Innd is beginning to
Wttliin a few years
much more to own
show ynu lots.
DWELLING-HOUSE on 10Hi
Avenue and KnrnmM Street.
Two blocks from car line.
E ght rooms three bedrooms.
Partly furnished. Piano, etc.
Suitable terms can be ar
ranged. Bishop Trust
924 BETHEL STREET
i-nliKiiiK i compromise In that the su
bordinate leaders of the House walked
away with I'hiiirinan I'nderwood of
the wnys and means committee In suh
xtttiitlni; free KiiKiir for the 1 cent n
pound tmustjrc already nrriinKcd. Mr.
I'nilerwood 'trenuoiisly opposed free
sugar, but was snowed under by Ills
opponents Itecause of this triumph It
Is improbable that the minor leaders
would forego their victory over I'hiilr
niiin t'udcrwond mid permit the ac
ceptance of n substitute bill passed by
Phree local contracting linns bid on
the Jab of sewering the naval station
at Pearl Harbor, proposals for which
were opened In Washington last Sat
urday To date no word has been re
ceived a- to the result, or as to tho
number of outside bidders In the Held,
hut the local men hnve swapped llg
uVes. the result showing that the l.ord-
7 acres Land In Manoa Valley
less than a mile from end of
car line $3000
Lots on Palolo Hill $600 and up
New Bungalow at Kaimukl $2500
Houses for Rent
Hth and Palolo Aves...2 B. R. $40.00
Keeaumoku and DominlB
Stc 2 " C0.00
Oth and Pahoa Avcs 2 " 40.00
Manoa Valley 2 " 50.00
Kalakaua Ave 4 " 45.00
Kinau St 4 " 37.50
Lunalilo St 3 " 35.09
Lunalllo St 3 " 32.00
12CG Matlock Ave 2 " 27.50
Beietania St 3 " 27.50
Pawaa, near King St. ..2 " 25.00
Kalakaua Ave 3 " 20.00
10th and Palolo Aves. . .2 " 25.00
Increase In vMue.
it may coat you
n home. Let ua
NOT A MINUTE LOST WHEN THE ,
Olllce open on week days from "
u. in. to r,:io p. m., rind on Sunday
morning from S to 10. Ships' mes
SIIKes received lllltll 11 every lllullt.
I-I and -Colored
IN COPLEY PniNTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO I
17 Hotel Street
Young I'lurliiccri'ig Company Is low
The latter concern Idd a trllle In ex
cess of $l".i,ii0O. The Honolulu Con
struction Company's figure was J.19.
01)0, and that of the J. A. Oilman Co.
This big dlffcri'iice between the low
bid mill the two high ones Is a puz
zler to everyone familiar with the con
ditions. The government estimate for i
tlie work was $"li.iia(i. Pearl Harbor,
work of all classes has been productive
of bidding surprises, mid the present
Job Is added to the llt.
Next Saturday bids will be opened
here for the construction of macadam
roads in the mmil reservation, mid the
same three tlrius will likely tender pro
posalx. Steward "Billy" Ashman Returns.
Tho tiresenen of "lllllv" AHlitnnn Mm
accommodating chief steward In the
l-liivo .Main was conspicuous by his
nbsence with the arrival of tho Japan
ese vessel at Honolulu thin morning.
Ashninn Is said to have left the sen
leo of till, cittilinnv In ein-ni-,. It, lm.il.
lloss ashore tnklnp mi n loeiitl.o. In n
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Coast eliv. Ashman Is succeeded by
I nomas Mwmn!i, who Is no stranger
to irans-raeiuc snipping.
By our remarkable new
Results count. We deliver
Arts and Crafts
Is in a New Location in the
Fort Street, above Hotel
An unusual line of ART GOODS are
Your Inspection Invited
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, King St, next Youno Hotel Telephones 1874 and 1JI7S
Ilouso and Lot, l'alama J l.riSO
Hoiimo and Lot, Palama 2,000;
II on so and l.ut. Asylum ltd. ... 1,750
lliiBlness Property, Queen St. .. 15,000
lluildliiR Lot, Iluiotlllllii tft. ... "5,000
HoiiRo and Lot, 12th Ave., Kai
IliilldliiK LotK, Kuwnl 1,000
lliiKlueim Property, Kukul Lnno 3,500
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
FOR ANYTHING IN
OLIVER Q. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
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Our stock is particularly clean
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In mounted stones we have an
Immonse assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalliers,
Pendants, etc., set with Rubies,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
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