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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 13, 1912.
' V E.N ING UlTLLETIN
ILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
.CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
lily 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. Farrincjion, - - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
i HVM'NIiNCI MUI.I ItTIO 1VHUKI.Y IUJ1.1.HIIN
tl Muolli, tivwtierelu U 8 . 7 ' Mwitos. .A"
sl UiKttcr, tnvwhrtt 'n V S J.lxi Pet Vol inrwhrir In U.S . I.oo
r' Vrt, nrtwieoiUS H.im Pn Tot inrbt Cluiii. I. (So
' Vral pott. aid. (nttif it 13. tin Met YMt fNl'd tflltlffn 2.twv
jp , t-.clitorittl Woom,
sitmo It tbc riMlumi-v at HnnonJn
t. erttmt-rla.f tnfttlrr
Tills Is about as niucli nil "IT J far
Fur hunters an It Is for politics. Only
forty-seven hunters hnvo boon ncct
denttill) killed so fur.
It's it wonder Mtideru doesn't iniiko
n Mil fur the Allen family tif Illllsvlllr,
Virginia, as mi ultl In straightening
things nut In .Mexico.
Tlio slowness (if doctors In cniulni;
forward and registering, clearly Ititll
rntes that thoro will be tlio usual
tinotit ot stay-iit-liome lobsters.
Hear that chug-chug of tlio Tuft
steam roller? It's making tlio best
kind of n political road. As llrynn
sas, politics Is tlio science of government.
Link's attitude toward tlio support
ers of McCarthy reminds una very i
much of hnw the Into Mr. Viindorbltt I
felt concerning public opinion. Link
Is busy Linking the Links.
APRIL 13, 1912
Cranl me honat funic or grant nn none. Pope.
Nothing of good to Hawaii or the Republican parly can come from a
Kill Kuhio ticket in the Republican convention.
Thurston' "Kill Kuluo" piper is attar ting the Delegate continuously.
Is that any reason why the delegates lo the Republican convention should
ote for the Thurston Kill Kuhio ticket in ihc convention?
Delegate Kuhio is in Washington fighting for the protection of Hawaii,
and for appropriations that will advance our general development.
What arc you doing lo see that ihc Delegate gets a fair deal at home?
Think it over.
LET IT BE A REPRESENTATIVE CONVENTION.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works will not give this rlty n chance
to grow along modern lines until he
gets good and road) unless, of
course, something should happen be
fore ho gets ready.
It Is reported that there have boon
about 20,0(10 seats sold up to date for
tlio Olympic games at Stockholm,
which do not commence until about
the last of June Some people urn
preparing to avoid the rush that will
bo on when Duke Kahannmnkii from
Hawaii Is crowned a world vklor.
Near the Country Club
On Nuuanu Avenue, on the car line,
one acre of land with frontage of about
A 160 feet, Offered for tale by ui the
first timo today. Don't delay If you
wish a desirable lot on upper Nuuanu
Avenue. Price $37DO
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Hov Durcinus Si-udder I) l mill '
IMir. Itcv Atnn A. Hbi r-nle. nso I
!t '.(i n in -Wide telinol Wllll.iuiA
10 it in llnvviirtli lliblf tints for
.vinini: pioplo Conilui led by tlio ussu
10; id a in. Adoll Hlblo class for
moil kikI vvoineii Conducted by Uov.
! I'. 8 Sciiildcr
11 ii. lit. Morning worship Ad
dress by Ilcv Arthur II Smith. I) t).
of China on "Tlio Rising Title 111 the
I'nr Hast "
11:30 p in- I'hrMInn llndotiviir moil
lug Vonthlv social sing with spcelul
niiitiiil iiiiinbtrH All juuim people,
whether members or not Invited
"in P. in -livening worship Inter
national nun's meeting Address hv
Hov Ailhiir II Smith. O I), of China
Subject, "Tho Newest Itopubllc"
f The Republican Territorial convention which will open on Monday next
t should be a representative one, in fact as well as in name. Mailers of the
I gravest importance, and which effect the welfare of this Territory, as well
I as the Republican parly and ihc nation muft be dicuscd and decided by
K" The several delegates who are elected to represent the Republican voters
of this Territory, from the different precincts throughout the Islands, should
(, under any circumstances be personally present and take part in the solemn
deliberations of this convention. A resolution endorsing the I resident of
ibfi United States for nomination as the Republican standard bearer for
1912, because of his wise and conservative administration of national af
fairs, and his unyielding adherence to ihc protection of the industries of the
country, and especially vital to us, his well known opposition to any change
whereby the duly upon foreign sugar shall be lowered, calls for a full ex
pression of opinion and endorsement of ihc Republican party of this Tcrri
' j The sending of a lot of pieces of paper, signed by delegates and en
trusted to others, is not what is called for in this Hawaii convention. A
convention of proxies, or in other words, a paper convention, is not what is
called for. And it never was the intention of the Republican electors in the
r different precincts to elect men who could not go as delegates and be per
', sonally present in the convention. If len proxies can be used, then eighty can
be used, and it will be a sad comm'iitary upon the Republican parly if such
a course is pursued.
Proxies, unless in extreme cases, arc open to grave suspicion in a conven
tion of this kind, and no man who has the interests of the Republican parly
at heart will be so recreant lo the (rust imposed in him as lo give his proxy
i to another, in the face of the solemn and binding obligation which rests upon
5 'him to be personally present, not onl for the purpose of voting, but lo use
his innuence and take part in the debate and counsels of this convention.
THE GOVERNOR CANDIDACY.
Governor Frear and his supporters as we understand it arc advocates of
he direct primary. The position in which Governor Frear's supposed
friends have now placed him shows lh? value and importance of a direct
, Governor Frear's candidacy for deltgate to the Chicago convention was
not urged nor openly suggested previous lo the primaries. Delegate Kuhio
Ayai, however, in the open wilh an announced candidacy, and Shingle. Ren
ton, Holstein. of Hawaii, Harry Baldwin, Charles Wilcox and W. T. Rob
inson of Maui and Rice of Kauai were all known as candidates, and At
kinson, Rice and Holstein were openly and freely mentioned for tht Na
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w, '""" "-. uuiuiuani vtit uiuiiixtiy voica on uy inc people ana
conducted their campaigns in the open. They assembled a certain amount
of support which the last-moment candidacy of the Governor must attempt
to break down. Thus the Governor is placed in the position of making a
dark-lantern campaign, and also of making enemies within the parly which
he very likely would not have made had he been a courageous and above-
board candidate in the first place. I'urlhermorc the Governor's friends are the
ones who started out to make the convention a paper proxy affair. Proxy
conventions are illegal in many Stales of the Union, and the Governor of
this .Territory cannot refuse to accept responsibility for the program of his
i . The gist of it is therefore that the Governor's friends have put him up
against a proposition, where, to carry ihc convention for him the votes must
Abc gained by force, force of threats in some instances, force of violating
(pledges in other insiances and force ol promised patronage in another.
I his seems very undignified to say the least, and we believe it is decidedly
i ill-advised. Even if victory were apparently certain it would be a hollow
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rw,.w. . , uww ,ii iik i.wiiiaiiuu ui iiiuny l vtuiailon OI DOOCi t.lllh in rtpallnn
Fu5. . . . . " ....... ...D
witli the Delegate.
So much iittentlon Is given to some
things In Honolulu that some oilier
anil very Interesting things are neg
lected. For example, tlio baseball sea
son Is creeping up on us with hardly
n notice, and It will he but n few dnys
more till the "fan" Is jelling his face
lotwe My the vvny, vvlint Is tho stnto
of health of the olllcc boy's ginud-mother?
gjj; 1H ERE is no surer or better method &Ug
ffrjl of developing than this individual ti i ri
jgigg handling, care, and judgment, with Sg
Swg? good fresh developer. Every film put Wj
in our care receives individual attention. ppa
UU tfiTTTJTJT'V'C LU
MANY CAUSES CHARGED
IN L0CALDIV0RCE SUIT
Allegations iigulimt it husband that
ho Is In the habit ot getting Intoxi
cated, that ho will not work and gives
various frivolous ami foolish excuso.
lor not doing so; that ho is becoming
moro and iitoro a vagabond ami that
ho Is iitnlont to live on tlio labors of
libelee, wore met by n general denial
nnd tho additional statement that tho
libelee, through the way xho conduct
ed herself at tho place whorl' ho work-
id, had eont him Ills Jon by her hys
terical mid hot-ho.idod temper; that
ho was not In gooil health and that
ho has paid her bills, hut been given
the money back and received a good
scolding Into the bargain, wore lllrtl
the Circuit Court this morning.
when Giorgliin Williams Wright ap
plied for ii divorce from James K
The hiisbainl nlso ntldeil nt tho end
of his answer that tho sooner tlio di
vorce was granted tho bolter lie ex
plained the allegation its to Ills not
working by tho statement thai he was
not strong nor In good health II"
further adds that ho at nil times car
ried out her orders mid has never used
tho money she gave him for tlio pur
potp of buying Intoxicating llipiors
House, three bedrponta, Kai
mukl, furnished. .$50 per month
House, three bedrooms, Maklkl,
furnished $75 per month
House, ManoR, two bedrooms,
furnished $5n per month
Cottage, Kalihi and Kalani Ave
nue, live rooms, unfurnished...
$20 per month
Cottage, Young Street, two bed
rooms, furnished. .$35 per month
924 DETHEL STREET
Is used by the business man who
appreciates the value of time
'I ho I'lirhllan church Is located ut
King and AlaKoii streets, mid Invites
overtime Interested, visitor and resi
lient, to Its servlies.
Tho minister will pleach morning
mid owning tomorrow Tho morning f
senium will ho, "Tho Status or tho
Apotollc Church," and will bo n plea
for Christian union with n study of
tho gioimd upon which It ran bo real
I701I In tho ov onlng tho subject will
bo, '"I ho Issue 111 to. ecu llellof ami
Nou-belltf," ami will toutiiiuo tlio plea
or tlio illuming fiotn another stand
point. During all of Its hlxtotv the
primal plea of tho Chi lstl.ni church
ha. Ik on the union of all the ilNilples
of Christ, all Christian people, In one
body of loyal servants of the tlroat
King Our aim has been and Is now
In ta hold upon tho essentials only,
llioio things authorized by the Herlp
tint's, leaving all other matters tiithe
decision of private Judgment,
The lllblo school meets ut 9. IS, mill
tho morning sermon occurs nt 11, with
the tommuiilon Immediately following
Slo.ili Mlhslnti lllblo school moots at
:t In Iho afternoon at tho t h.ipol In
Tho .voting people of Iho church havn
a meeting every Hominy evening nt
I, .in. vvliltii Is followed Ity t'.? evening
sermon at 7:in '
Tho minister ran lie round nl the
church from Ij.r.n in :n Momlav,
Wednesday and I'rldav of each week,
and always by calling tolepl'ono 3,:i7
Don't abuse or neglect
it, and you will bo well
repaid. If it becomes
I -s ttiriiglhriio linlgnriili't
try a bottle today for
MALARIA, FEVER AND AGUE
Vor salo by Heniton, Smith & Co,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co, Ltd., 1111"
Drug Co. and at nil vvhnlcsnlo liquor
Ilrlgndler Con. Charles II. WhlppK
paymaster general of Iho army, ni
piled lo bo placed on tho retired list
under throthlrty-year servlco law.
nop line for overv ulrl was born In
Torrlngtou. Conn , last year In a I
iionulntlon of 18,000 thoro were bom
JOS boys and !0S girls
There was neither n birth nor n
death In Ventura County. Cal . In De
cember, mil, though the tounty has it
population of 21,000
The spiked litlmet ot Iho (lernian
soldier Is about to bo replaced by n
lighter headgear, which will be devoid
of shining surface.
Zoological society olllcers linvo In
stalled n complete out lit of electric
healers in the hear ileus In tlio Ilrnnx
rnologlenl gnrdons. Now York, lit
cnuso the bears have suffered ooiisld
erably from cold dining tho pxtioun
weather there this winter.
Acting on wlieless Instruction from
Deputy Sheriff Keller of IIIlo, Chief of
Detectives MeDiHIlo nnd Sergeant h.
lolt watched for tho arrival this moiii
ing In tho Mniinn Ken of Alexander T
Ncllson. whom they were lo arrest.
Ttipy worn disappointed to llml that
tlio milt h-wiinl oil mnu vvns not u pas.
Mt'Uumo and K elicit were cmly til
tho Manila Ken wharf this morning.
but after tho ship tied up to hor herlli
they wore told by an olllelnl aboard
thai Nellbnu vvns not on board. Chief
McDulIlf, hnwover, believed that Nell
son succeeded In coming In on tho
Manna Kea and that after himself and
Ktllett rnmo up town, tho IIIlo man
got nwnv. Keeping up tho sonrcli they
captured Nollsou about noon today In
tho Dclmoiilco lintel on Morel aula
street. Ho Is held for Investigation.
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., ...... .... ..-.w...u..v. ..un ..-..via "iiui. iiui MtUiBiumuiU till
n'', nn ,. n urnn n ir n n,. , , n n .-.inr- ,i.a ,ri..t . ........
Ml" ".""l' ...', IUI1IIIUUM ,.w ',',- ,,,. IILIVl-L HlCillll
gin eleven the yenr tlioy gavo Persia "It moaiiB tint no gentleman am ail
juch a tussle. It was n grea- gnmo." milled, 'les he tomes hlssolf."
Why don't you got rid of that hen?' Teacher- .lohnny, can you toll how
Jou say sho nevor lays
L'litit she Is an Incessant cacklnr,
FTd'that keeps tlio other hens at a
Bit, tho colored ball Hip doorkeeper
Iron was llrbl discovered?
.lohnny: Yes, sir.
"Well! Just tell tho class what
your Information Is on that point."
. "I heard my father say yestorday
thai they Hindi It,"
Every individual dairy be.
longing to this Association
is kept in the most sani
tary condition possible,
and every cow is tested by
.he Territorial Veterina
rian, Wo supply only rich milk
that It absolutely pure.
Tons of thousands of tons of Ion
which hnvo formed on tho Hudson
river dining tho pusl week will go lo
vasto from sheer luck of room to
store It awny.
(tcnornl Cniler told the house com
mitten Hint Major Itay, now under In
vnutlirnl Inn it III intnli,. Hi.iiI.iiiiiiiI
I'otiuiel'H pay, wholhor nominated to
nun rang or not.
I Waterhouse Trust
Knimiikl Ave.. Knliuiikl; 2-lietI-loom
cottage, with lot, well
Improved, 100x160 U'500
Ilulldliig lots, l'aloln Hill, JMauuii
Valley and Knlinukl,
House and lot, l'alolo ltd I'SOO
Houses for Rent
Wttialitf ltd IH It. $50 00
Million Valley '.' 75.00
Miiiiti.1 Valley S " 71100
Uth mnl 1'dlmn Ave. ,...: " in 00
Koeuuinoku At Doinliils..a " 00 00
Kewhlt '.'II It. JI&00
riivvuti, nr. King HI 3 " !5 00
Ilerolanln Kt .1 " 27 Ml
ISMi Matlock Avo 3 " 27 60
l.unalllo Kt 3 " 3.' 60
Luiinlllo Ht 3 " 36 00
Kalakmia Avo 1 " 40.00
Million Vulley 2 " 46 00
TIRST M. C. CHURCH.
The l-'lrst M II ehuiib. turner llere
tauia mid Victoria Pastor. Itov It
Kliucr Smith lp.iioii:igo adjoining
Sund.l si html, ',! 16 n III i 'llP'll's
olasH, lit i:, a in., morning n-rv lee, II
o'clock, i:pvorlli Length', f.-.to p m .
evinliig servho, 7.3ii o'eloek.
rra.vir iititllug Wiiliiosd.iy oventiig
at 7 SO n't lock.
Sllperintt lldont Trout hopei. to see
a largo attendance at Sunday school
Tim men's class urges all tho mem
bers mid friends to bo present Himd.i.v
morning to henr n discussion on "Is
tlio K.ildi.ith Day observed As It Should
lie rho illicusslon will be led I..V
A II Coopir . leader of the Kalllll
vvola Hoys' Club.
The pastor will preaih at both ser
vlies The subject for tile evening
service will lie "Some ,N'i eded Iteslir
rittloiit Special muslo will be ron
di led tit holli sen loos
Don't forget the Kpwolth League at
0 10 p in Itev lr. W'lldloall will
speak Coine In and git ncipialnteil
Strangers and tourists me cspcrlallv
Invited lo all our Kcrvlecs
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS.
Chuuli on KIiik slitet, near Thorn. n
!' 16 a in- Sunday school Classes
In both Hawaiian and llnglisb l,es
soiik ndaptod lo all ages
11 a in -.Morning worship. Preach
Jng In loth i:iu.-llli and llauallau
t! p in .ion's llellglo-l.lterar.v So-
tlelv. Regular lesson mid Itook of
Mormon drill, siipplemi nteil by musical
and llloraiy program.
7 'la oVliick livening woishlp. Kl
dtr Waller, speaker.
All mot t hi re on common ground
Come and fi el nt homo among us.
FIR3T CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Siiinlav services Sinai. iv sthiiol at
It 16 a in for young people under 20
oars Lesson simian ut It u m :
siibjitt. "Arn Sin. Disease mid Dentil
Wednesday evenings testimonial
meetings at s o'clock.
All sirvh'PM mo held In the Odd
IMImis' building. Fort street, where
alto a free tending loom In open to
the public dally fioin 10:30 n. m to
I.' .!H p In.
All are torilidlly InvltTd
HOME OF TRUTH.
1220 Kaplnbiiil street, near lltretanla
Siiudiy kirvlco. II a nt.. hv Mis M
,M Hunter .loncs Hulijit I. "Tlio
Aloiieiiieiit; Its True or IImiIoiIo Moan
In a "
Sunday evening service, 7 46 n'eloik.
hv Dr Weaver Subject, "How Minis
House mid Lot, TaMum I l.f'50
lloue nnd Lot, l'al.iinn '2.000
House anil Lot. As)lum ltd. ... 1.760
lliiilnoss rroporly. Uueen Ht. .. 15.000
Ilulldliig Lot, Ileretatil.i tit. ... 35.000
Mouse and Lot, tSlli Ave., Knl
Ilulldliig Lots, Kevvnlo 1,000
lliisluess Properly, Kukul Uiuo 3,600
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
AUDIT COMPANY OF
824 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box 04G
Conducti all classes of Audits nnd
Investirations, and furnishes Reports
ji. all kinds ol financial worlr
Suggestions given for simplifyinR
or systematizing office woik. All
Are Toil. How How its (Iiiivv. Hnw
(itid I'rnv hlos"
Monday, s p la. healing meeting ami
lossoii on the life of .testis, fioin "Tho
Aiiuail.in tliispcl of Jesus the Clirlst."
Weilnoiilay, 7:15 p in, losnn in
llllilo astiology. Iiy Dr. Weaver.
TIiiiimI.o, S p in, lesson lit prac
tical Christian healing, by Mis M M
Hunter-.Ioiii's, Sulijoit. "Man, tho
I'orfiet Idea of llilug," this hoiug Iho
stciiiiil lossoii In an ailvmieed tourso.
All nioetlngs at the Home.
All' seekers of the deep mysteries
of Jesus Christ's teachings are cor
dially Invited to all these ll'SMill
Senator Arthur W Mmsdin of Mad
bfiu announced roomily that he would
not bo u cmidldato again for tho upper
That's what our Diamonds are.
Our etock Is particularly clean
and flawless, and the variety
embraces every size and color.
In mounted stonos wo have an
immenso assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pint, Lavalllers,
Pendants, etc., set with Rubies,
Diamonds, Emerald'., Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
semi -precious ctones.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
jh Aiimrft ''. 'K "'irri""!"a'"'li' .K.mT
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